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…

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China’s Ambition to Harness the Fourth Industrial Revolution Incomparable to America.

Since at least the turn of the century, China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has been experiencing a significant restructuring. For starters, it has spent years pursuing a mechanization and “informationization” “double construction” strategy. This “two-track” strategy called for near-term modernization of “existing equipment combined with the selective introduction of new generations of conventional weapons,” as…

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China Starts Initiative to Become Technologically Autonomous Despite Semiconductor Challenges.

Beijing’s quest for “scientific and technological independence,” particularly in the semiconductor sector, has gotten mixed reactions from around the world. While overseas companies fear the measure will stifle innovation and disrupt global trade, some China experts feel China’s chip development quality and success rate aren’t likely to produce meaningful results. In October 2021, T-Head, Alibaba’s semiconductor…

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The Chinese Communist Party is Expanding it’s International Surveillance Via Social Media.

As uncovered by hundreds of Chinese bidding documents, contracts, and company filings recently uncovered by a media outlet, China is now expanding its internal Internet-data surveillance network by using Western social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter to gather information on foreign targets. This information will let the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) government agencies, military, and…

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Another Chinese Pro-Democracy Media Outlet Shuts Down Due to CCP Censorship.

On Jan. 3, a Hong Kong independent online newspaper announced its decision to close was prompted by the recent closure of Stand News, and that their journalists no longer felt secure under law enforcement’s ambiguous rules. Citizens News, a digital newsroom formed in 2017 by a group of senior journalists, announced its abrupt closure on…

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The Technological Surveillance that Led to Persecution in China.

Prior to the Chinese police hanging high-powered surveillance cameras and locking up ethnic minorities by the hundreds of thousands in China’s western region of Xinjiang, China’s hackers went to work building malware. The Chinese hacking campaign, which researchers at Lookout — the San Francisco mobile security firm — had started as early as 2013 and continues to this day,…

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Bagram Airport Could be strategically Beneficial to China.

Former President Donald Trump recently expressed concern that the Chinese regime could gain control of Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, adding that his administration would have maintained control of the airbase upon a U.S. withdrawal from the country. Back in June, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley told Congress that Bagram was…

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CCP IS EXPANDING THEIR SURVEILLANCE OF HEALTH DATA TO MONITOR CITIZENS

AMERICANS SHOULD BE TERRIFIED THAT PRESIDENT-ELECT BIDEN WILL FOLLOW CCP BY IMPLEMENTING SOME SORT OF TRACKING PROGRAM TO MITIGATE THE SPREAD IN THE US… The COVID-19 plandemic has emboldened Beijing to expand its use of digital technologies in the name of public health and safety. From mass surveillance, tracking intelligence, and internet censorship to the…

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