Posts Tagged ‘CCP Censorship’
Xinjiang Police Files Leaked Provides ‘Shocking’ Evidence of Mass Persecution.
According to Andrew Bremberg, the foundation’s president and a former US ambassador to the United Nations, a report released by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation presenting leaked documents from the files of the Xinjiang police offers “absolutely shocking” evidence of the chronic abuse and brutality inflicted on the Uyghur population in China’s far west region. The “Xinjiang Police Files,” as they’re known, are a “massive data dump that is unparalleled of its sort,” according to Bremberg, who claims the files contain the personal information of hundreds of thousands of detainees. Analysts believe that over 1 million Uyghurs and other ethnic Muslim minorities are being held in a network of concentration camps across the area by the Chinese state. The files contain “significant damning facts from within China’s detention camp system,” according to a May 23 news statement from the…Read More
Chinese Schools Are Shutting Down Amid Teacher Shortage. ‘Zero COVID’ Policy Is Weighing Chinese Society Down.
Michael is about to breach his contract and quit an international school in Shanghai after three years of teaching there, having been worn down by strict anti-coronavirus efforts. Following two years of practically sealed borders, onerous health inspections, and quarantine regulations, the 35-year-old’s final straw came in early April when China’s commercial center was shut down. “The economic benefits of working here no longer compensate for the lack of flexibility to come and go,” the science instructor added, declining to disclose his full name for privacy concerns. As the COVID-19 pandemic and new education policies transform the working climate in China, Michael is one of hundreds of international instructors fleeing. The scenario has prompted international schools to raise alarm bells, as China has opened up to foreign investment and talent over the last two decades. Some people’s lives are now…Read More
Shanghai Residents Reveal That The CCP Is Underreporting COVID Cases & Lockdowns. COVID Has Always Been Used As An Excuse To Exercise Tyranny.
In mainland China, the COVID-19 outbreak is spinning out of control, with the number of cases reported continuing to grow. Shanghai’s daily infection levels continue to break records, and the city’s medical system is on the point of collapsing. Shanghai is in an actual lockdown, despite the fact that it hasn’t been disclosed, and real infection counts could be ten times higher than official reports. The Chinese communist state confirmed 4,937 new COVID-19 infections in mainland China on March 23. With 981 local cases and 977 asymptomatic cases, the number in Shanghai has risen to new heights. Many neighborhoods in Shanghai have been evacuated, and general hospitals have been temporarily renamed COVID-19 hospitals, accepting only the most seriously ill patients, while major hospitals in the cities have ceased medical services due to the outbreak’s progress. Since March 22, a post…Read More
Human Rights Bill In The Works To Criminalize Forced Organ Harvesting; All Will Come To Light.
Human rights organizations are lobbying for a bill to establish an international sanctions network to punish China’s communist leadership for what they call the “unprecedented horror” of forced organ harvesting. Anyone who forcibly removes organs from another living person against their will, stores or transports the organs, operates facilities to host transplant surgery for those organs, receives the organs, or advertises, funds, brokers, or profits from the heinous practice in any way would be breaking the law. According to Theresa Chu, a Taiwan-based human rights lawyer and chair of the advocacy group Legal Commission of the Universal Declaration on Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting, the measure was borne out of a need to stop the abuse at a national level when international bodies had done little to address the issue. Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, practitioners are…Read More
Xi Jinping Orders “International Fight” By Subverting the Rule of Law.
In order to defend and advance Beijing’s hegemonic aspirations, Chinese President Xi Jinping instructed Communist Party members to influence international legislation and promote China’s socialist rule of law. “[We must] launch an international fight by using judicial methods,” Xi said in a speech that he delivered to Party cadres during the Politburo’s recent study session “on building a socialist legal system with Chinese characteristics,” according to a Feb. 15 report by Qiushi, the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) official bi-monthly theoretical journal. The major purpose of altering domestic and foreign-related legislation, according to Xi, is to demonstrate China’s rule of law system to the rest of the world and to increase China’s influence in the rules-based international order. Since the Party’s 18th Congress in November 2012, when Xi took office, the administration has attempted to use legal means to achieve its…Read More
DOD Is Far Too Slow To Innovate Emerging Technologies Due To The Bureaucratic Nature of Congress.
According to the former top software officer of the Air Force, bureaucracy and waste are stifling U.S. military progress and negatively impacting the country’s military readiness. As a result, the US is less prepared for a possible battle with China. In a recent interview, Nicolas Chaillan, who left in September, warned, “Any bureaucracy that slows down outcomes for the sake of bureaucracy will assure we fall behind China.” He told The Epoch Times, “China doesn’t let complacency or bureaucracy get in the way of its military.” He made the remarks amid rising tensions between the US and China’s Communist Party (CCP) over Taiwan’s de facto independence, widespread intellectual property theft, and human rights violations in Xinjiang and elsewhere. As the rivalry becomes more hostile, the CCP has shifted its focus to technological advancements in areas that its leadership views as…Read More
The CCP’s Theft of International Technology & it’s Implications.
responsible for China’s advanced military systems, notably its hypersonic nuclear missiles, against which we have no defense. According to The Washington Post, this innovative delivery system was made using “small chips devised by a Chinese firm called Phytium Technology utilizing American software and fabricated in the world’s most advanced chip factory in Taiwan, which hums with American precision machinery.” As terrifying as that sounds—and the danger cannot be overstated—hypersonic China’s missile development is only the tip of the technological iceberg. The theft of technology by the Chinese regime is so widespread that it affects almost every field of study, including artificial intelligence (AI), bioengineering, robotics, nanotechnology, and other next-generation science. Of course, there are other highly effective methods of technology theft that have served China well, such as cybertheft hacking techniques, the deployment of spyware in routers, networks, and other…Read More
Wuhan Whistleblower in Local Detention After 2-Year Disappearance. Authorities Are A Closed Book.
Citizen journalist Fang Bin is purportedly being held in a local prison center for undisclosed accusations two years after being kidnapped by Chinese officials for reporting COVID-19 fatalities in Wuhan, according to a volunteer. Authorities, on the other hand, refuse to confirm his whereabouts. The source confirmed to The Epoch Times on Feb. 9 that the latest story regarding Fang being held in the Jiang’an District Detention House is true. The volunteer said, “The tip came from one of our fellow members in a mutual aid group who is entrusted with contacting Fang’s family.” “However, local authorities warned them against putting money in his account, mailing him clothes, speaking up for him, or appointing a lawyer to represent him.” Due to pressure from the authorities, Fang’s family is unwilling to engage a defense attorney to intervene in his case. The…Read More
China’s Imposes it’s First Lockdown of 2022.
On Feb. 7, the Chinese authorities announced its first lockdown in the Chinese year of the Tiger as a means of containing a COVID-19 outbreak. Residents of the famed Communist base Baise in Guangxi Province have been warned not to leave their homes as of Monday. The Baise city regime announced in a notice that the city was infected with the Omicron strain of the CCP virus. “Nobody can leave or enter our city. We can’t leave home.” On Feb. 7, Yun Fei, a resident of Baise’s Debao county, told the Chinese language Epoch Times that “all public transportation has stopped.” “The atmosphere is intense [in Nanning]. Some roads are blocked, and the intercity buses have stopped,” said a resident called Zhao from Nanning, the province’s capital, which is 165 miles away from Baise. “Some residential compounds have started to…Read More
Republican Politicians Are Giving China’s Human Rights Abuses the Attention They Deserve.
Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) chastised the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for permitting China’s regime to host the Winter Olympics in Beijing despite the Communist Party’s genocide and forced organ harvesting of persecuted populations. “The International Olympic Committee should be embarrassed in picking the PRC, China, in the first place when you consider their grotesque human rights abuses over the years, and then not moving it to a more appropriate location,” Chabot added. In a recent appearance on NTD’s “Capitol Report,” Chabot remarked, “They really ought to be ashamed.” Chabot’s comments come as Beijing prepares to host the 2022 Winter Olympics. The Games began on February 4 and will end on February 20. When Beijing submitted its application to host the 2022 Winter Olympics in 2015, rights groups expressed alarm about China’s deteriorating human rights situation. Despite protests, the IOC chose the…Read More