35 Burst results for "Chinese Communist Party"
'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans
"Return with Naomi wolf, her brand new book, the bodies of others, the new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. Now, Naomi, when you say the war against the human, this is where I see this extraordinary convergence. I mean, because we're living in such bizarre times, but when you leap to this idea of the war against the human, you're positing humanity as a good thing. And you're saying that those on the other side, these authoritarians are somehow wittingly or unwittingly anti human. Just talk about that for a moment. Sure, and I have sadly a ton more evidence of their war on humanity since the time we last talked to Eric. It's truly terrifying. So in my book, I make the case that, as I mentioned, these bad guys, right? This loose alliance of the World Economic Forum, the Chinese Communist Party, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, governments, and big tech used the pandemic of the last two years and used medical or public health messaging as cover for the real intentions, which we're seeing play out now. They were pretty successful. Their real intentions were to dissolve human civilization and to weaken human beings. And to transfer assets and power and control from human beings as a group, but especially from the middle and working classes to them themselves. And they've been largely successful. Let's just take two examples. The lockdown directive, right? It didn't help the data and it didn't help in terms of stopping the spread. It totally helped in terms of crushing businesses that couldn't afford to stay closed for 6 months a year. Over a year, small businesses, mom and pop shops, small landlords, but Amazon is open, right? Etsy is open. So you saw these companies go up 20 to 25% market share. And people's people's habits completely changed.
Pelosi Is in Taiwan Against the Administration's Wishes
"According to The Washington Post, The White House worked urgently to deescalate tensions with China as House speaker Nancy Pelosi met Wednesday with Taiwanese president Tsai ing Wen and other officials during a high profile visit to the self governing island against the administration's wishes, hoping to head off a geopolitical crisis mid threats and military maneuvers by Beijing. White House officials warned that China is preparing itself for possible aggressive actions in response to Pelosi's visit beyond this week. They reiterated forcefully that the Chinese Communist Party should not use the visit as a pretext to increase military activity in and around the Taiwan strait. But of course, that's exactly what China is going to do. White House spokesman John Kirby, who is the National Security Council, spokesperson, he said, we've seen a number of announcements from the PRC in just the last several hours that are unfortunately right in line with what we had anticipated. China has positioned itself to take further steps. We expect they will continue to react over a longer term horizon. Pelosi said quote we will not abandon our commitment to Taiwan. We are proud of our enduring friendship. So I presented below you with a medal. The order of propitious clouds with special ground cordon for her work promoting U.S. Taiwan ties. Jake Sullivan, Biden's national security adviser spoke with his Chinese counterpart to defend Pelosi's right to visit, but even so, do not think the trip was a good idea, according to The White House, Sullivan expressed concerns about Pelosi's trip to multiple administration officials and asked for suggestions on how to dissuade her from traveling to Taiwan.
Jack Posobiec and Charlie Unpack Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan Visit
"There's a lot to unpack what's what's happening there, but the breaking news, Nancy Pelosi has just landed. She's a scientist that's right. Taiwan and I'm very torn on this Jack. So maybe you can help get me clarity and with it the audience, which is I'm no fan of the Chinese Communist Party. I think that our focus should be on the CCP, unlike how our focus is on Vladimir Putin in Russia. Some people say, well, Nancy Pelosi is showing this big show of strength by going to Taiwan. Other people say that, you know, we are unnecessarily agitating the Chinese Communist Party, which I'm torn and I'm torn for the following reasons. Not for political reasons. We know why Pelosi is going. I think she's just trying to get a midterm boost for the Democrat party. Let's also because it's a nice feather in her cap for the end of her career. And of her career and I also she's an asset of the Chinese Communist Party. A 100%. So I'm not even talking about the Pelosi thing. I'm torn in the sense of, is this a good geopolitical idea? Whether if it was Pelosi or whether it was Paul Ryan or whether it was Boehner or McCarthy or gingrich, is it a good idea to Pompeo to Taiwan or who? Pompeo talked about. I don't know if he went, but I know he tweeted that he would try to accompany Pelosi on this trip. So I don't know. You're the expert. So Jack, is this a good idea or a bad idea? Nancy Pelosi in Taiwan. Forget the politics of it. Let's pretend it's not Pelosi, which is obviously so nakedly partisan and political, of which I have no respect for her. Well, here's generally geopolitically. Well, no, here's the thing. If you're looking at geopolitically, if you want to help the people of Taiwan, you want to help the law by Jing the common man and women of China. Where's Pelosi on the tariffs? Where's Pelosi on understanding the economic leverage? Because that's the only real way that we're ever going to be able to achieve any movement beyond the status quo here because unless you stop the free flow of western capital to the CCP, nothing will ever change in China will absolutely the CCP controlled PLA. People's Liberation Army will absolutely clearly have a military advantage in the area. There's no question president Trump was very clear about this as well. That should kinetic conflict kick off. I mean, it would be bloody. It would be devastating. The entire island would be on fire.
Author Steven Mosher Explains How China Breeds Pandemics
"A major work is out now. I love these politically incorrect guides. I have learned an immense amount from them. And you have now a written when was it published just this week last week last month, the on off the presses, the publication date was this week, and so the politically incorrect guy to pandemics. I love it. There's no doubt it is now on my list to read because it's you and because it's the subject. So give me, give me some examples of a politically incorrect take on pandemics. Well, first of all, people need to know that China is the great breeding ground of pandemics, especially under the Chinese Communist Party. That back in 1958, there was something called the Asian fluid killed a million people around the world. Why? Because when it originated in South China in the province of guizhou in the southwest of China, the Chinese Communist Party covered it up. It did not see fit to notify the World Health Organization that there was a dangerous new virus on the loose, the tens of thousands of Chinese were dying. And it became a pandemic and spread around the world. Only later did genetic evidence trace it back to China. A far too late to do any good in terms of curbing the pandemic. Same thing happened again. Same playbook, 1967, 68, with what was called the Hong Kong flu. Now, Dennis, it wasn't the Hong Kong flu. It was the Mainland China flu, the people of Hong Kong were furious at being having it mislabeled. But China did the same thing. The Chinese Communist Party did not notify the World Health Organization, covered up the epidemic, let it spread around the world until over a million people died. But the real, the real troubling episode and the one that should have clued us into the danger from China as the great breeding ground of pandemics happened in 2002, 2003. This was the SARS one coronavirus epidemic. We're living through the SARS two. SARS one happened. I began in November 16th of 2002, when a snake cellar in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong became ill with a coronavirus, a snake coronavirus, in that case, not a bad coronavirus. And he died fairly quickly after that. Thousands of people died in China in the months following. And what did China do? The Chinese Communist Party hid the breakout of this deadly coronavirus. It silenced whistleblowers. It did not notify the World Health Organization, and it was only when Canadian intelligence thank God, Canadian intelligence services picked up wire transmissions in China about the spread of a dangerous new virus that the world went to China and said, what's going on and China belatedly admitted that it had an epidemic on its hands
Joshua Philipp From Epoch Times Tells Us About His Background
"We return with Joshua Phillips, who is the senior investigative reporter at the epic times. If you don't read the epic times, your communist. He's the host of crossroads and epic times. And we're here now because Josh Phillips, you've created this documentary called the real story of January 6th. This is as important as it gets. And you know, tell me a little bit about your background because what we're seeing in America, we've not seen in America. We expect this kind of nefarious government action from China. China crushes its opponents at any dissidents, any voices that dare to speak against the communist regime. You expect that from a totalitarian Marxist state. You don't expect that in the United States of America. What do you suppose happened that this kind of thing can happen in America? Well, you know, on your point. So yeah, so my beat at epic times for many years was investigating the Chinese Communist Party. Although my beat was maybe a little different than most China reporters. My focus was on what the Chinese Communist Party is doing in the United States. This goes back to the start of my career with epic times. I've been there since 2006, began investigative reporting in 2008. When I accidentally uncovered one of the largest Chinese spy operations in America, that being the united front work department. And I uncovered how through its consulates, the CCP was running spy networks, approaching what are called tongs, fraternal organizations. You could think about guilds or unions. That exists throughout chinatowns here in New York and in most parts of the world. And how these were working together with the Chinese mafia and doing liaison work approaching government officials inviting them back to China. Academics, journalists, even a lot of them. And business leaders and compromising them. And so my focus since 2008 has been on investigating and exposing communist subversion
Are China and Russia Still Allies?
"Russia and China actually not natural allies. They're both totalitarian dictatorships that want to try and reconquer lands that they believe are ethnically theirs. Now, Russia is no friend of the United States, but it doesn't have to be a bitter enemy. Russia very well should be in the neutral category the same way that we used Russian power to defeat the Nazis. We should use Russian power to defeat the Chinese. The Chinese Communist Party and Russia, they're playing nice together, but they're not natural allies. You should always try to be dividing them apart from each other. Now, I believe that we must make the Chinese Communist Party and the Chinese government, the clear and total enemy of the United States government. That's where we need to focus our attention in our time. Not on Russia, but instead the country that has well over a billion people, a growing economy, they're ruthless to the core and they are really quite honestly ahead of pace in world domination. We have pushed Russia into closer CCP orbit due to bad Ukraine policy.
Amber Athey: Is the Chinese Communist Party or Biden Worse?
"We are being poisoned We are being mass murdered It's coming in through an open border VM Mexican cartels and the CCP and someone asked me during the break and your thoughts on this on our Facebook question they put out there for me They said Dan who's worse The CCP for doing this the Chinese Communist Party or Joe Biden for letting it happen And you know what The troubling part is I can't answer that That's the worst part of that Your thoughts on that Yeah I mean that's a difficult question to answer And you have to think about it in the sense that obviously the CCP is going to try to undermine its biggest geopolitical rival But why would someone who is an American who is supposed to be looking out for the best interests of their citizens allow this to happen So in that sense it does feel worse that someone would allow an open border and allow these drugs to come in and kill their own citizens This absolutely awful And in addition to the illegal sentinel and the way that they lace some street drugs with it there's also a huge problem in America with legal prescription medication that is opioids And that's been allowed to go on for years unabated doctors have received an incentive for over prescribing this stuff And now that they finally started to crack down on it they make people quit cold turkey and people die from the withdrawal symptoms or they get addicted to other drugs because they're trying to prevent so withdrawal So all across the board whether illegal or legal there is a massive problem with opioids in America right now And I give Trump huge credit because he made that a major pillar of his administration fighting drug addiction and the importation of illegal and legal drugs that are hugely addictive and instructed to life I've seen it in my family So it's crazy to me that Joe Biden allows us That's a really underreported part of the tragedy that comes across the border
ND Senator Kevin Cramer on the Mass Purchases of State Farmland
"With this right now to help unpack what has happened in the Chinese Communist Party buying up farmland in North Dakota and also time what's happening in the U.S. Senate is someone from a phenomenal state, one of my favorite states in the country, North Dakota, senator Kramer, senator welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, it's good to be with you. I'm sorry, it's taken so long for me to hook up, but I'm glad our schedules work today. And yeah, it's a pretty big topic to discuss for sure. And our little rectangular blank spot in the middle of the North American continent, north go to plays a role. It really does, we have a ton of North Dakota viewers and watchers and listeners. And I still do all the time. America is a freer place because of North Dakota. So senator, let me first start by asking about the story that has been popping up and you have spoken out against this, which is the Chinese Communist Party purchasing farmland right near the Grand Forks Air Force Base. It is a potentially a corn milling plant, but the majority owner is a CCP member. Can you talk about this? What is the air force leadership say about this? And I'll be very blunt. Why is the state government of North Dakota allowing this to happen? So, well, a couple of things, Charlie, first of all, with respect to your last question, that would be a better question for the governor and for the commerce department probably, but I would say this about North Dakota and you've been there a lot, as you say, and you have a lot of fans. For sure. But, you know, North Dakota is not a place that's hurting financially or economically, as you probably know. We have a very good robust, very modern agricultural community that does very well. We do a lot of value added agriculture. We know how to market our products. The commodities as well as add value to them. And we, of course, have a robust energy sector, robust technology sector, robust bio sector, we have a lot more job openings than we have jobs. So my question is, are we so desperate as to need a corn milling facility on the very northern edge of corn country? Near Grand Forks. At a time when frankly, economically, we need more people not necessarily more
The Biden Family Is the Best Example of 'Elite Capture'
"Maria bartiromo and Marsha Blackburn exposing the Biden crime family. This is all part of it, by the way. The Biden family is the best example of elite capture that we have. They've been totally captured by the Chinese Communist Party. They're held hostage by the Chinese Communist Party. They do what they want. Play cut 20. Let's take a look at that right now because I have a graphic of what appears to be Joe Biden's China policy. First, we know that the family reportedly accepted $31 million at least from deals in China. That is from hunter's laptop. And senator Ron Johnson's investigation and Peter Schweitzer's reporting fails to demand any COVID origins investigation. We have no evidence that Joe Biden ever brought up the origins of COVID to Xi Jinping in the 5 phone calls that he's had. He's failing to call for an end of the fentanyl trafficking. I have not heard him mention fentanyl wants to fentanyl is made in China, pushed through Mexico into America. And it continues. He has canceled the China initiative. This was an initiative that was investigating the continued Chinese intellectual property theft. He's considering lifting the tariffs on China imports. He sent oil from America's strategic reserve to other countries, including China, and he is pushing electric vehicles solar panels and batteries, aggressively in his climate change agenda and many of those are made in China. And that's just part of it. Good for Maria bartiromo for saying that. And not to mention our elites do business with China, BlackRock is heavily invested in China, our corporate masters are intertwined with China. Bought and paid for by the Chinese Communist Party. And if I was China, I think that last email was super smart, I would try to do everything I possibly can to try to incite division and chaos here domestically.
Which Nation Is More Motivated to Go to War?
"Should be biased in the American direction. You should be wanting America to win any conflict. So if we were kind of in a coma for 30 years and we snap out of it and they said, okay, which side is more ready for war? Well, let's look at something that really can't be measured, motivation. Which nation is more motivated right now. The Chinese Communist Party or the American government. Now our government is motivated to put our entire country through the shredder, China is taking land. They have eliminated Hong Kong. It's done. It's over. Hong Kong is nothing but a memory. I'm struck by that famous scene in 1984, great book, all of you should read it at least once a year. You'll find something new every time. Where they just cross stuff out in the newspaper. They set up that didn't exist. That didn't exist, that is precisely what they did to Hong Kong. It doesn't exist anymore. Are you kidding me? Hong Kong is nothing more than a memory. And in fact, that memory we are going to eliminate Hong Kong is actually now call I want to make sure I get this right. That's right. It is the minor area of south Shenzhen. That's Hong Kong. The beautiful history and once free place of Hong Kong has been eliminated. So do you think we're prepared for the next military conflict?
The Conection Between National Security and US Economy
"Last do. question, mister secretary, I know you've been on the road with cav pack dot com, supporting Republicans across the United States. The midterms are four months away. When you do that, when you go out and you talk for Adam laxalt in Nevada or you go stand with Herschel Walker in Georgia, you'll be up there with doctor eisen, Pennsylvania wherever you go. You get a huge crowd. Does anyone care about the national security or is it all just gas and food prices? Because I know the latter are driving daily kitchen table conversations, but we have to keep the country safe and this administration is not doing that. Does that come up in your appearances? Yeah, they're so deeply connected to you and absolutely comes up. Looks understand that when we lose what we had for four years, American energy dominance, the ability to deliver affordable energy to ourselves. That's natural security applications and implications for the ability to afford to drive your kids to their soccer game or to their ballet recital. No, the American people get it. They understand the place they understand the Chinese Communist Party isn't just a foreign problem that they're inside the gates here showing up at PT matings and school board meetings and infiltrating our university systems. Those are those are things that impact their lives every day too. And sometimes we talk about them as if these are these two separate things, right? Foreign policy and the ability to feed your family and pay your rent and afford the energy for your car. They are deeply connected. The American people get it and they know that President Biden is not delivered on either front.
Why Are the Chinese Buying Up America's Farm Land?
"I mentioned the story yesterday. I want to reiterate this. The Chinese are buying up farmland all across America. Do you know the Chinese own a 100 million acres? Of farmland? Do you know that? That, according to sources in Texas, the Chinese own dozens of square miles of farmland and they don't allow anyone to come in. So the Chinese Communist Party is buying up farmland all across America because they know that our ability to produce food, the bread basket of the world is one of our strategic advantages. It's something that many countries it's an envy of the world. So what do we do? Well, that's the free market we allow our enemy to come in and buy our farmland that then very well could result in food shortages. The CCP they're malevolent their deceitful, they're sneaky, they're liars. But we just invite them in. So the governor of North Dakota Doug burgum, courted an invited the Chinese Communist Party to go by farmland right next to an Air Force Base. What could possibly be wrong with that? Obviously nothing. Even some Democrats in Washington, D.C., this is too much. Say, so the fu Feng group bought 300 acres of land near Grand Forks North Dakota to set up a milling plant. Air force, the Air Force Base nearby says, quote, passive collections of signals near the Air Force Base, very well could be detected. This includes a grave vulnerability to our Department of Defense installations and is incredibly compromising the U.S. national security.
Charlie Reacts to the Political Assassination of Japan's Shinzo Abe
"Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister has been assassinated and has been killed. Shinzo Abe was a nationalist. He loved his country. He wrote in late April quote the United States should make it clear it will defend Taiwan against Chinese invasion. Abe did not want to play ball with the globalists. He said, quote, maybe the war could have been avoided if zelensky had been forced to pledge that his country would not join NATO or had been forced to grant a high degree of autonomy to loop Luhansk or Don sketch in the east. Abe noted according to The Economist. Shinzo Abe was close with Donald Trump. It was probably the closest prime minister. Of anybody with Donald Trump is the first major leader to meet with Trump. You might remember Donald Trump doing a foreign visit to Japan. They both agreed that China and the Chinese Communist Party must be restrained in their growth. And yesterday, a gunman came up behind Shinzo Abe and killed him. This is the first first world assassination. I think in well over ten to 15 years, we have not seen a first world assassination a successful first world assassination in quite some
Free Beacon: Apple CEO Sucks up to China Through State-Owned Media
"The Washington free Beacon reports that Apple CEO Tim Cook met with communist Chinese party members and propagandists this month Speaking from the Apple worldwide developers conference cook praised the innovative and inspiring quote unquote app developers of China In an interview with China daily the publication is a state owned Chinese Communist Party mouthpiece that regularly defends the government and spreads disinformation about China's genocide against Uyghur Muslims Good job there Tim Now if you own stocks whether in a mutual fund or a 401k or an IRA or whatever you should check it Let's see if it includes Apple and you can show up at their next public shareholders meeting And demand time to speak And you should do it And you should organize others to do it I don't own any of their stock I can't stand these people This move shows cooks readiness to compromise apple's core values Around privacy and user data in order to continue operating and communist China Apple's previously stated its dedication to human rights and privacy in the U.S. While complying with Beijing's national laws around access to user data and ignoring the country's human rights record
Kevin Roberts on Universal School Choice and More
"This is what is being told now as part of critical theory that the search for the truth and objectivity is somehow racist. Yeah, it is. I mean, we even see that in a couple of the museums and the nation's capital, which is just preposterous, right? So in order to lead up to that, because that's a decade long project to get rid of that agency, we have to make sure that the state level that there's universal school choice, period, full stop. Every single dollar that any government entity spends on education needs to follow the child. So in heritage, what we're doing to sort of write a headline is operating on these aspirational goals that lead us to greater self governance. And we're not afraid of these big objectives like eliminating the Department of Education or implementing school choice at every state. But we also have to play as a baseball fan, what I call small ball. We got to go hit some singles. Some doubles and lead up to that. So pro life education, we are deeply concerned about the threat of the Chinese Communist Party. They've infiltrated our institutions of higher education and what used to be called Confucius Institutes. And we're talking about what government organs of conversion on our campus. Completely. I mean, my moderate University of Texas is one of the biggest violators of common sense when it comes to keeping the CCP out of our institutions. Heritage is going to shine the light on all of that because there are a lot of members of Congress who are given campaign money by K street lobbyists, affiliated with the CCP to protect this. I'm just here to let you know that next year when there's likely a Republican majority, they darn well better govern as conservatives rather than capital are Republicans when it comes to these
Democrats Try to Scrub Big Tech
"Meanwhile, Democrats are trying to screw up big tech. Now we need some reforms in big tech, some protection of data. We need national security, cooperation from big tech. National security adviser Robert O'Brien went on Larry kudlow's show on Fox business yesterday talking about Amy Klobuchar's Bill. Amy Klobuchar's Bill is really bad. Because once again, if you let Democrats run anything, they will run it into the ground. Cut number 26. Well, look, the one thing standing in the way of Chinese domination of the world in Chinese Communist Party domination in the world is the American private sector and the bigger one of the big parts of that is tech. And so all you have to do is look at what Elon Musk did with Starlink at the outset of the Ukraine war keeping Ukraine connected, what YouTube did and getting zelensky's speeches out to the Russians. And we see why the Chinese don't like it. And they've said that they're going to surpass American tech, they're going to scale their companies. They're going to put trillions of dollars into it. They've been public about it. So they've got this China 25 policy to destroy America's tech sector. And now we've got these bills out to help them do it. It's pretty amazing. I want to give them access to our algorithms, access to our data. We should be banning Chinese companies and taking action like India did against Chinese big tech and instead we're coming after the American companies.
Peter Navarro: Dems Weaponize the Judicial Process in a Partisan Way
"On that note there's only two guys who have been prosecuted for this thing and put in leg irons And that's Steve Bannon and I who are in The White House with the president and we are also the only two guys who have been prosecutor also sanctioned by the Chinese Communist Party okay Just saying right So anyway it's like two minutes but literally began Check this out Two minutes before I'm supposed to go into the magistrate and I'm trying to put my shoelace back on they say oh we got a public defender for you I go what's that all about So they screw up you get me legal counsel at the outset screw up my Miranda rights try to stick me with a public defender Very nice person But not a constitutional law specialist like I needed at the time right And so look it's a show trial Dan You said it's so obvious what they're doing but it's so dangerous Dan Weaponizing the judicial process in a partisan way And by the way
Laguna Woods Shooter Was a China Communists Sympathizer
"Details on the California church shooting Sunday have now come up. Turns out it's a chai calm sympathizer. That's right. A fan of the Chinese Communist Party went and shot up the Geneva Presbyterian Church in laguna Woods. He also brought explosives. It could have been far worse than the one dead and 5 wounded. Doctor John Chang, a physician, is a hero. He ran at him, it took a bullet, doctor Cheng died, but sufficiently disturbed the killer that the other parishioners, including the pastor, were able to hit him with chairs, knock him down, tie him up, take his two guns and not allow him to shut off the explosives.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Of strength that's defined by skyscrapers and GDP and military might. What matters is not necessarily this outward hubristic version of strength, but what matters is having the strength to look honestly at your own history and to look honestly I own past to be able to admit and acknowledge the things that have happened and to learn from them..
"chinese communist party" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"This is scary stuff that matters to America because the U.S. has been ambiguous about whether it would come to Taiwan's defense, but there is an expectation that the U.S. will fight for Taiwan because if China were to take Taiwan, then we enter a new era where the.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"9 days later, Carrie lam, the chief executive Hong Kong declared the extradition bill dead. I now announce that the government has decided to suspend the legislative amendment exercise. Restart our communication with all sectors of society. Do more explanation work and listen to different views of society. So it felt like a victory for the protesters, but really a lot of them were still in danger of arrest like Daniel. He made the mistake of showing his face during a interview and immediately his friends in the protest movement told him that he was probably going to be targeted by police. You need to live Hong Kong because maybe police will try to arrest you. You do a lot of interest stuff. Yeah. So mid July, Daniel made the decision to leave Hong Kong for Taiwan. It was a sudden decision and he didn't even really have a lot of time to pack. I try to bring more and more, but you know, the time doesn't enough. All my stuff actually are steering Hong Kong. I bring up very few stuff, my personal belonging. Cross some electronic stuff. Can I say his mom and his boyfriend, they saw him off at the airport, but mom actually didn't know the real reason he was leaving. She just thought he was going to Taiwan to study. And Daniel says that night was really emotional for him. When the paint top off and I look at the wheels outside the window, I told myself, maybe I can solve the same view for my entire life. The day CCP is.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Uprooted because of it. Two years ago, the world watched as millions of people in Hong Kong marched on the streets to call for autonomy from China. Beijing responded by passing a national security law last summer that broadly defined acts of subversion foreign collusion and terrorism. That critics say crushed civil liberties. Since a law was enacted in 2020, authorities have arrested thousands of pro democracy activists and shut down a major daily newspaper. Many people have fled Hong Kong. Some to neighboring Taiwan. Yet Taiwan, a.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"The Chinese Communist Party. By Hana levitt, Bloomberg. JPMorgan Chase chief Jamie Dimon knew as soon as the words came out of his mouth that the joke about China could land him in hot water. I was just in Hong Kong, I made a joke that the Communist Party is celebrating its 100th year. So is JPMorgan. And I'll make you a bet we last longer. He said on Tuesday at a Boston event, then he added, I can't say that in China. They probably are listening anyway. Diamond, no stranger to brashness, also knew the bank would have to engineer a hasty retreat. Soon members of the firm's government relations team and China offices were corralled to discuss the remarks, and decide whether to acknowledge them or let them lie. Some 18 hours later, when it became clear that the comments attracted global attention, diamond issued a statement of regret. Hundreds of individuals, companies and organizations have apologized for hurting the feelings of the Chinese Communist Party, said Isaac stone fish founder of its strategy risks, which specializes in corporate relationships with China. The way diamond said that he regrets his comment is a smarter way to do it. Diamond's remarks made during a visit to the Boston college chief executives club follow a slew of domestic and international trips as JPMorgan's chief executive officer continues to tout a U.S. economic boom that's also put him at the front of Wall Street's return to office push. But his recent travel efforts have been somewhat problematic. The quarantine exemption he earned for his Hong Kong visit, a dispensation also afforded to actress Nicole Kidman, garnered much local criticism. Now he's having to downplay his Boston comments, and it's not the first time. Diamond has a history of provocative remarks that he's been forced to walk back, in 2018 he vowed at a philanthropy event that he could beat Donald Trump in an election because he was smarter than the president. Only to put out a statement hours later, saying he shouldn't have said it. Diamonds Bragg an apology reminded another Wall Street chief executive whose firm is a big JPMorgan shareholder of Lloyd blankfein's joke years ago that Goldman Sachs Group was doing God's work. The attempts bank bosses make to be witty takes on lives of their own, said the executive, who asked for anonymity to avoid connecting his name to a mass. Diamond will also likely get through any fallout, just as blank find it, but the distraction will be unwelcome, the executive set. The mere culpa underscores JPMorgan's desire to keep cordial relations in China, where it has nearly $20 billion of exposure and has ambitions to expand further. Earlier this year, the bank won approval from Chinese regulators to fully own its China security venture, and wants to maintain its good standing in the country for further licensing requests, particularly ahead of major leadership changes in the party expected next year..
"chinese communist party" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Maybe this is just Jeff trying to figure out what kind of software that building in China. What do they have over there? I'd love to know. I'd love to know what infrastructure looks like. I went to a KubeCon China one time and it was very interesting. They had some very interesting architectures too bad I couldn't communicate with them because I don't speak Mandarin, I think it is. I wish I did. I wish there were more open lines of communication between the United States and China so that I can meet engineers over in China and shake their hands and hang out with them. But there's not, and I can't. And many of the primary ways that I would meet an engineer who's from China in America is through somebody who's in an H one B program. And the H one B Visa program is essentially indentured servitude. So in America, we're still sponsoring indentured servitude. That's great. That's really great that we're still doing this. We're still enslaving people. We do it through an H one B program and we basically hire these people and then we threaten them. We threatened to export them back to their home country to suffer further imprisonment if they don't work our most boring and tedious work at a corporation. And it's really unfortunate because it forces our corporations to be complicit in this madness, where we just subjugate people from another country, just to give them the privilege of American citizenship. American citizenship wasn't meant to be handed out like a privilege. It was meant to be it was meant to be given to people as a way of refuge or just by a default. We've got a lot of open space here. We've got a lot of room for people who can contribute to America. And we should be letting in a lot more people, we should be doing it with open arms and obviously in a in a way that is safe to national security, but. There's so much wrong with the geopolitical situation right now. And a lot of it has to do with technology. And I don't hear any technologists taking a stand. I see a lot of people who are just sitting behind their desk saying nothing eating Cheetos, drinking coffee, not doing anything to help their fellow to help their fellow man. Or woman, and there's really no excuse. Whoever you are, listening to this on your iPhone or your AirPods, you, do you even realize you're at war? If you're not at war, you're making a mistake. If you're not at war, you're being lazy. This is not complicated. They have concentration camps where they harvest people's organs. They they torture them. They sterilize people, this is not a joke. This is not okay. This is a country that we do massive amounts of trade with. This is a country that we are completely interleaved with. There's not an excuse. We should be speaking out against this stuff. It's not acceptable. It's simply not acceptable. I don't care if it deprives you of your iPhone or your computer or your hardware or your Cheetos or your coffee or your paper or your cars or any civilized object, go learn to farm. It doesn't matter. You can not sit idly by while the Chinese are sterilizing human beings and harvesting their organs. And by the way, just simply controlling their people through a great firewall, a great firewall we're sitting by while they have a great firewall, they have a great firewall that literally segregates them from the rest of the world, and we don't care about that. That's a major problem. How are people not talking about this? Oh, because free speech here is completely censored. And whose fault is that? The tech companies. And how do the tech companies get started with venture capital? And who's the most notable loudest venture capital firm in the last several years? Andreessen Horowitz. They have Chinese Communist Party sympathizers in the growth team and the infrastructure team, leading the consumer team. They seem like great people over there. They seem very entertaining. They seem very wealthy. They seem very happy with their decisions in life. I disapprove. And I welcome you to listen to all of my content with andreessen Horowitz's people. I've interviewed Ben Horowitz, the number one guy. It was one of my favorite interviews. I've listened to it probably 5 times. Because I respect bend horus approach to leadership. He simply made a series of mistakes here on his way to domination of Silicon Valley. You know, I've interviewed Vijay pande about quantum computing. I interviewed Peter Levine about the future of the cloud. I interviewed sonal chalky, the controller of their media arm. And I just think they're awesome. And I always have thought they're awesome as an organization. And by the way, I actually don't even really have anything against these. Chinese Communist Party sympathizer Chinese people at andreessen Horowitz. It's more that I think the fact that they are intimidated by their by nature intimidated because because they probably have relatives, they probably have connections to China that are just unavoidable. They simply have no choice. But to work in favor of their government. And to make decisions that are in favor of ultimately their government, which is the Chinese Communist Party. I'm sorry, I'm really, really sorry if this comes off as racist. I'm sorry if it comes off as prejudiced. It's not. Again, I've dated Chinese women for the last two years almost exclusively because I was pretty sure I was going to have to do this. I hope to marry a Chinese woman someday to be honest and it's that's not a fetish. There's one in particular that I have in mind. But. What can I say? This is what I believe. I'm not kidding here. I don't have an axe to grind. I don't have a bone to pick. I simply think that.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"The very top leaders. That is what she has done away with. He's also talking history done away with the distinction between the maoist period the cultural revolution and what followed done very very clear line under the cultural revolution and again didn't want china ever have to go through that to this kind of muscular aggression this nationalism. This party is always right is very much china of the new era and is partly about binding chinese people together under the leadership of the party by emphasizing the bad times which are not the cultural revolution the bad times of the bad times created by foreign aggression in the nineteenth century and and and in the twentieth century by the japanese. Those are the bad times. The party talks about now and and it presents itself as the the party that can defend china against what it also characterizes as continuing aggression from the west. The danger is that that it will create exactly the situation by this kind of language and by certain actions at the party has undertaken on the sheeting. And we might end up in a situation where the kind of confrontation that the party talks about is is brought about by this New belligerence have been Domestically severe bigger questions about the future of the the communist party in the next one hundred years obviously showed up incredibly strongly by xi jinping given what isabel has just said but looking ahead to the next one hundred years when we have globalization and consumerism so closely embraced by the chinese. How much is the communist ideology going to be relevant one for people in china this think. Birthday for dot com at a time. When international criticism has grown over a human rights abuses its policies and hong kong. And she john. There's worry about taiwan. But she really careful to ensure that this doesn't turn into political instability at home again. The overarching goal. Here is to make sure that the party can stay in place and in power and so there's a big push to make sure that younger generations love the party. You know everywhere you see. Everybody go in china. You see these banners at say loved party followed the party live the party. The way classes for instance curriculums are instituted in china. All follow that seem and so from a very young age. People are being indoctrinated in this kind of stinking this ideology and the long term impact then is to ensure that the sort of patriotism and nationalism goes on for quite a while we have people now under twenties and thirties really grown up. Time we're trying to has only seen or they've only experienced a strong and powerful china a time when the economy has risen very quickly. Now it's become the world's second-largest and that's very very different experience from what they had seen the generation above from their parents who had gone through different kinds of hardship of political instability. And so for these younger this younger cohort of the new c. Joining the communist party. They see it as a way for greater professional opportunity for instance. And that's something that xi jinping has made clear and made more of a viable option. That was isabel. Hilton in london and sutphin.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"And gdp and military might what matters is not necessarily this outward hubristic version of strength but what matters is having the strength to look honestly at your own history and to look honestly own passed to be able to admit and acknowledge the things that have happened and to learn from them. Thank you so much. Alice thanks.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Alice china's reached the stage. Where anyone who has documented history that doesn't fit with the official chinese government narrative has been arrested or fled abroad. Well sometimes it does seem that way. And when i speak with people like chongqing or online archivists in my story they speak about how hopeless they feel because it does seem like those are the only two options. You need to go abroad or you're going to end up in jail but you know when i'm on the ground reporting. I'm often surprised by the fact that you never really know. Completely what is their below the surface in china. And sometimes you know in the most unexpected places. You'll find someone who actually holds thoughts that go against the government narrative and they just never had anyone to talk about it so even going back to this scene that we described earlier last friday when i was in that shopping. Area and soundly twin. I was listening to the patriotic songs and watching the patriotic video. And i thought you know. I'm going to go interview a patriotic volunteer and get some quotes about how they are of one hundred years of history. I saw this group of elderly men. They were all wearing red hats and red armbands which marks them as neighborhood volunteers for the event and i went to talk to one of them. There's this old man kind of wearing his red hat and red armbands standing in front of the video screen. That was playing videos of rocket. Blast off and you know great china in the future. His name was young year in and he was seventy two years old. And when i asked him you know what do you think about this. One hundred years celebration. He's surprised me because he actually paused. And he knew that i was foreign media and he said you know one hundred years it is something remarkable but i can't help but think there are some things that we still need to reflect more on roy. Moore the gogol shots. There are mistakes that we've made and we haven't thought enough about them. Like many people of his generation. He knows a lot of melted. Don't quotes and it was quite interesting. He actually quoted this line from amount to me which was insurance input gel sharia law which means humility makes one progress in advance. An arrogance makes landfall behind them team to walk luggage. Just so you understand. That's a very dangerous thing to say in china and it's especially dangerous to be saying that at the site of patriotic celebration with police around and with everyone coming on the most sensitive week of the year when everyone is meant to be united and proud a chatted more with young and he told me you know he was sent to hey long john province when he was young during the culture revolution when a lot of youth were sent to remote rural areas to work in us telling me how. It's not just that the common people suffered a lot during those years but it's also that he saw how top leadership within the party you know was engaged in these kind of brutal political struggles. He saw leaders being purged and they kind of broke his ideals on his illusions about the glorious pure party. That's leading us. I think he and many people of his generation when they saw the kinds of factional struggles and mutual. Purges that were happening. They realized this is really about power but he also said you know. I'm thinking like this. I'm not sure if it's correct. But i just can't help thinking we need to reflect more. What struck me about. This story is how what the chinese communist party is doing with. Its nation's history. It's exactly what we do here. We've been whitewashing our own history since the days of the mayflower yet the. Us has always quick to judge communist china and others. But we do the same in stay silent. I think what has struck me during my reporting is that you know amid all this competition between the us and china we kind of see a lot of very similar rhetoric coming out of both sides essentially the us and china are competing right now to prove you know who has the better system and who can be a stronger country based on their type of governance and for china. At least it's very much about showing. Obviously it's us obviously as the communist party. We are so strong. We are so united. We're able to get rid of kovic we're able to now send rockets into space and a lot of the focus is on achievement and accomplishment. But while reporting i think what struck me was that the people that i meet who actually lived through. That past are not so fixated on a type of strength. That's defined by skyscrapers.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Despite the crackdown on civil society. Both the brothers remains idealistic and remained. They kept trying to do what they could. Within the boundaries. You know not going out and protesting and asking for political change in that sense but kind of doing what they could so chunk. One is a little more outspoken. More of an activist but chen may his younger brother is. He says he's he's more of an introvert. He's more of a nerd. he says. See sir shy nerd. He likes to computer science. So most of the time i think the he works so chen may he wasn't somebody who would go out on the streets and demand change you know. He's not a confrontational guy. But he was very good at tech and actually a few years prior to the pens on make chinmay highway. They started this. Archival get hub. It was called terminus. Twenty forty nine and the idea was just basically. We should document what's happening in china outside of the official narrative. So what on the entire you were doing was they. Were keeping copies of all the deleted articles and there are also running a discussion for him where people could talk about what was happening. So they were documenting labor protests. You're documenting the metoo movement in china and in january. Tony twenty twenty-one the pandemic hit and when you had went into lockdown chinmay. it's highway shifted to cope. nineteenth nineteen scenes beauty essentially turned away. Shuping china health officials say the source of the new type of corona virus has not yet been found and they don't fully understand how the virus is transmitted as you say yes. You should do racial as you. Joe walsh is on to you. It's really a threat to human beings so nobody knows disease brad. Other areas of the world they started saving all these articles that were being written about the initial. Lock down the the sense of fear and confusion that was in hunt and a lot of the things that they saved actually were not opinion articles and they weren't essays by dissidents a lot of the things that they saved were articles written by chinese state media journalists. Who who risk their lives to go into the pandemic before it was called to go to this unknown outbreak of this deadly virus. That was killing people and so chun may highway they. They were keeping an archive of that history. They wanted the rest of the world and they wanted later generations to be able to see it. What does it mean what is craft. The government of defies the crat. So this is what i think why. My brother did is important. Because he doesn't have the right to defy what is crafts. He just a kind of them. We imagine that for the future generation. If they want to study about the kobe nineteen the lessons. We learned they need more. And more data real data on the stories to study but are the only official.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Next. It is mentioned in the book. But it's mentioned as you know there were these counter-revolutionaries creating trouble and it was quickly dealt with so. There's no mentioning that. Protesters were killed this history that skims over the dark parts and skims over the parts. Where mass suffering happens. That's what's being taught in schools as well and that's kind of the theme of Patriotic education that was instituted after nine hundred eighty nine. When the june fourth incident occurred so for a lot of young chinese people particularly those who are born from the nineteen nineties onward their experience of china's is very different from the experience of older generations. People who lived through. Say the sixties seventies and nineteen eighty-nine. Their lives are getting better and better. China's getting richer and richer stronger and stronger and at the same time the education they get and information system that they're in it is all about just you know why we should be thankful and proud that we have come so far and also at the same time why.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Party history aims to airbrush. It's past for a younger generation. Who has come avai. A tightly controlled social environment. My colleague alice sousa times. Beijing bureau chief and covers the ebbs and flow of china. Welcome to the times alice. Hi so al is in the past year. The chinese communist party has been gearing up for its centennial celebrations which kicked off yesterday. What the streets in beijing looked like. There's been this huge up over the last few months. The one hundredth anniversary is a really big deal. There have been a lot of big official events like yesterday. We had this huge fireworks display and thousands of people in the birds stadium which they built for the beijing olympics. You know on the street corners. We have photo exhibit have screens that are playing patriotic videos with inspirational music. Last friday i was walking around beijing trying to observe what was happening. I went to san these twin. Which is the trendiest shopping area in beijing. And it's known as the place to cnbc usually. There's a lot of street photographers taking pictures of young people. And there's these big high rises in the background. But now in the middle of the twin there is this exhibit so celebration of one hundred years of rejuvenation and what i saw there was. There are people lining up around the block to go into this little exhibit where they could take pictures of themselves kind of posing like they're on a high speed train or they're you know in a little village and.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast
"And how that understanding can contribute to better relations with china in the future. I'm your host. Ralph finale and welcome to policy. Cast tony welcome. I was hoping we could start by going back to the beginning because these days many people think of the chinese communist party is this all powerful entity that's built an economic juggernaut and that can do things like control access to the internet for over a billion people yet. You say that back in. Its early days. The party faced seemingly impossible odds just to survive. What happened in those early years. And how did it survive. Whatever one thinks that the chinese con artists an extraordinary story. First of all it probably should really existed in the first place. It was only with considerable soviet support. Thirty got off the ground. It was almost destroyed. Nineteen twenty seven when its earth. While partners in the nationalist movement decided rather than them being squeezed lemon installing said they would squeeze the communists and then it survived another symbol or it survived of you know the invasion from japan and then eventually conflicts wants more. Who the nationalist between forty five and forty nine. And if we wrap all of that together there were just certain moments where its survival looked improbable or at least if it was going to survive. It wouldn't necessarily emerge as the dominant force in chinese system and yet it did and it's testament to a number of things. One is its ability to be flexible to adapt to changing circumstances. It didn't cleave closely to a vigorous interpretation of marxism leninism. It was willing to work. We bandits with different gangs and groups if necessary was Willing to make unholy alliances to keep itself going body always had the eye on the prize the prize of course being the ruling party within china and then there's no doubt. The japanese invasion helped. The chinese communist party wasn't a sole reason for his victory. But it was slowly being squeezed. By the nationalist forces befall. The japanese not make the nationalist had to turn their attention away from his lingering the communist threat to working supposedly together with the communists to resist the japanese and that allowed. Chinese comments padres rebuild. It allows them in many ways to protect their arm his while the nationalism is we're taking the battery from the japanese and begin to put together strategies but what they saw the inevitable civil war that would follow in. They lock happens. I mean basically. The nationalists were incompetent. They made a number of very severe mistakes. One civil war started which made the most of their league troops got. Cut off in the northeast of china which then allowed the chinese communists to begin to infiltrate further down through the country. So it's remarkable story. It encompasses things like long march which is probably best known to most people where you know they covered something like six thousand miles in certain number of days set out almost one hundred thousand and that was six or seven or eight thousand by the time they reached the destination node actually knowing whether destination was going to be so whatever one thinks of it is most ordinary story. You mentioned that one of the ways. The chinese communist party has survived has been its ability to adapt and that theme runs throughout your book..
"chinese communist party" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Crackdown from the communist in Beijing. With so much turmoil at home. This major event is barely a footnote in the newspapers of America. The Chinese Communist Party is on the move on the new administration best be wary. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo joined me on the Hugh Hewitt show. Let me ask you about President Biden. Do you expect him to stand up to the Chinese Communist Party or sit down because after he's financed by Hollywood and big tech, and they're compromised by the Chinese Communist Party I think the world and that includes the American people will continue to demand that the United States secure Uh, freedom before them on, then includes pushing back against the challenge of our time. That is the challenge of the Chinese Communist Party in its capacity and intention. You expand its influence and ultimately deliver. Ah, world that is very different, Well not governed by the rule of law by respect for sovereignty, all the things that the world has come to know. The post World War. Two environment. The Chinese Communist Party wants to upend with a very different theory of international relations, one dominated by the East one controlled in a way that won't create more security freedom, more prosperity. I am confident the American people demanded whoever. Is leading their country. President elect Biden included respond to that in a way that continues to make sure that America remains the country. It has asked for the last 240 plus years and that the world continue to operate under set of rules that are Based in human rights based in the law, based in respect for sovereignty that those air core principles the idea of reciprocity is important. And I think every American leader understands the necessity for that. Again going back to the Nixon library speech, You said, quote in Hollywood not too far from here as we were in Yorba Linda, the epicenter of American creative freedom and self appointed arbiters of social justice. Self censors, even the most mildly unfavorable reference to China. I'd like to expand on that Mr Secretary, the experience that this weekend you know, this era's version of Oliver Laurel is a guy named Seth Rogan. And after hitting me once he exploded in anger and vulgarity me on Twitter. When I invite him on this program to discuss the Chinese Communist Party, he replied, Quote My movies don't come out in China. Sidestepping the issue of Hollywood cow towing to Beijing, despite its repression of the Wickers despite Hong Kong is that changing has has Hollywood woken up, even if You know celebrities adopting disguise ignorance with invective. Is it changing in Hollywood? You have not seen that yet. The Capacity of the Chinese Communist Party to influence just Hollywood. But the me our media more broadly, whether that's through investment interests whether that's through Threats that they would have access to the markets in China. Whether that is simply people hanging out at the same cocktail parties. It is the case that we have permitted the Chinese Communist Party take in get inside of our schools, our research institutions. Uh, you spoke about our media in Hollywood. Those those are things that fundamentally present risk to the sovereignty of the United States America for decades, we turned the other cheek. We allow this to go on. I think just this President Trump has said. We've had enough That can't continue to happen, and the United States needs to do everything it can. The government needs to do everything it can to prevent that from continuing to happen. The most recent example. Feeding the Dragon is a book by a Hollywood executive Chris Fenton, and the most recent example of what he describes his cow towing is Tom Cruise, iconic Bomber jacket in top gun, too. Removed the Taiwan flag from it Now, is that insidious? Is that something we should ignore? Is that just silly comedians like Seth Rogan? Or is that a real problem? A flag on a jacket off standing alone. That's right. Okay, um, fine, but what it is is it is a bellwether. It's in an indicator. It is a signal for the depth capacity breath scope. That the levels to which the Chinese Communist Party will reach and in fact has reached to influence how Americans think about their own country. These efforts. He's influence operations are real. And the effort to undermine our institutions are central Western Democratic institutions. American Republicans real and we have to make sure that we do everything we can to call it out, identified when the American people become aware, but when they know L demand that not only government do the right thing. But there were a man that the demand that the people who sell them products to people who provide them services all behave in a way that is consistent with American national security. We have seen that throughout history before you I'm confident we'll see it again. I want to go. One more quote from the Nixon speech, Nixon library speech. You said Mr second date. We have to keep in mind that the Chinese Communist Party regime is a Marxist Leninist regime. General secretaries you Jinping is a true believer in a bankrupt totalitarian ideology. And about Reagan's old saw trust, but verify you said quote. I say we must distrust and verify. Do you think the incoming administration embraces this attitude towards the Chinese Communist Party? Only time will tell. I don't know the answer to that coming up..
"chinese communist party" Discussed on AP News
"The Chinese Communist Party and their families cutting the period. Their travel documents are valid from 10 years to one month. Mike help in Washington in the high wind warning up Or eastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the islands where They're expecting wind gusts up to 60 miles an hour. There were seeing it stick to trees, and they're already starting to sag in some spots, So we're expecting that to continue. Um Storm really doesn't end until tomorrow across northern areas. We're seeing it stick to trees, and they're already starting to sag in some spots, so we're expecting that to continue. Storm really doesn't end until tomorrow Across northern areas, Maine, New Hampshire and parts of Interior Mass. We're expecting heavy snowfall. Ah, lot of The state of Maine is expecting about 12 to 18 inches. Corona virus infections continue to spread at record levels in the United States. Data compiled by Johns Hopkins University show the U. S hit another daily high Friday with nearly 228,000 new confirmed cases. That's 10,000 more than the previous high said just the day before, and the seven day rolling average of deaths in the U. S, attributed to covert 19 has passed 2000 for the first time since spring. Two weeks ago, the seven day average was just below 1500. Johns Hopkins Numbers show. Some 2607 Americans were reported to have died of infections on Friday. The global death toll is now more than 1.5 million people,.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"The Chinese Communist Party misled of the world that is they knew more and they didn't share that they had an obligation to do so under the international health regulations that that they are required to adhere to underworld health obligation Barbados's China needs to tell what he knows about when and where the outbreak began I'm Christopher Cruz or people dying from the corona virus months before officials thought corresponded more humane is in Chicago says investigators are going to look at deaths from months ago for possible indications of covert nineteen going to be looking specifically at cases of viral pneumonia and heart attacks not brought on by cases of heart failure and I mention they're gonna be looking at cases as far back as November well they also tell me if they do find a case back again months ago that would prompt them to look even further president trump reversing his decision to wind down the White House corona virus task force I thought we could wind it down sooner but I had no idea how popular the task force is Mr trump in the oval office today the corona virus count today worldwide more than three point seven million cases the Dow and S. and P. five hundred little changed from yesterday's close the nasdaq however is up more than one percent of the shower I'm Christopher Cruz at C. D. W. we get your organization can be demanding I know some marketing teams as I my office they want their adobe update now with adobe's value incentive plan deployed by the experts at CDW you can quickly.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"The snow flakes and we're trigger words are sharp frequent and welcome very glad you could be with us today I feel like a wet noodle feel like I've been dragged through well I'm not going to go into all the descriptions I could but I have some questions that I want to ask and some answers that I want to fly out of you the audience and we're gonna get right to him and just a couple of seconds a couple things I did want to mention I don't know if you've noticed but the Chinese Communist Party the CC he is getting pretty cocky they're getting pretty noisy they're getting pretty sure of themselves and nobody is asking the question of any of these admitted wires what is it that you're trying to accomplish here what is it that you are attempting to get us to believe that you knew nothing about this coronavirus that you knew nothing about what was going on in Wuhan or Wu Han or however it's pronounced and the Chinese media responds by saying the U. S. must listen to the quote civilized world and stop questioning the Communist Party now in the short I don't want to spend a lot of time on this what what's wrong with that statement I'll tell you again this is from the Communist Party this is from the Chinese from the Chinese media here's what they say the United States I must listen to the quote civilized world and stop questioning the Communist Party in other words you gotta start believing everything the Communist Party says don't believe the quote civilized world it's how they refer to us stop questioning the Communist Party what's wrong with that statement there is something very wrong with it there is a right or wrong answer to this my telephone number is eight hundred ninety three ninety three eighty five you can answer about sixty seconds then I'll let you do it I'm sure there's somebody in the audience it can some of their narrow phone are able to use it right now that's listening to the civilized world it is a bad thing in the U. S. is guilty of it listening to the civilized world and questioning the one the Democrat party should be asking itself right now and they should be asking themselves over.