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Fresh update on "chinese communist party" discussed on The Pursuit of Happiness
"There and while they were at the airport, they have their temperature taken, huh? That's weird. It's never happened before. Wonder what's going on. The service members revealed their family members became ill. This one from Luxembourg, specifically that his family members became ill hit as his symptoms increased. The people in his family were getting sick. They lost their taste. You describe one of the symptoms of covid. That's what they had similar claims without Covid 19 have been made by athletes from Germany, France, Italy and Sweden. They all got back from the international Military World Games. They all got sick with some weird virus back in October. As it becomes more clear that the Wuhan Institute of Virology is the source of the pandemic. American lawmakers need to start asking for accountability. We funded gain of function research in the laboratory. They make this argument Anthony found. She says, no, no, no, It wasn't me who funded it. Okay, but he gets also. It was eco health. The eco Health alliance. They funded it. Okay. And where did they get their funding from? Well from me. And where did they get the specific funding that they gave the Wuhan also for me at the National Institute, But again that money exchanged hands twice before. The Chinese people had it. The problem with the public outrage folks is that it only lasts for about 15 minutes after people realize they're mad about something. Yeah. Cancel culture might not seem like it has anything to do with them talking about right now, But it actually does. Cancel culture is very easy to stomp out. Simply ignore the fact that people are mad at you. And as long as you don't talk about it in about 15 minutes, people will move on to something else. Nancy Pelosi knows this. Remember the thing with the hair salon last year. Hollywood PR firms know all about this. You can damn Well be sure the Chinese Communist Party knows about it. Democrats are now ramping up another pandemic scare right as we're getting into the midterms because they don't have Donald Trump to scare you. At this time, they've got to talk about something else. They're still blaming Trump for the pandemic. But again, they've moved on to what worked in the past. They want you to believe it's all our fault that this happened. Not just the communist the Democrats in America, and they're banking on voters being too stupid to know any better. My greatest fear. Is that their bet will pay off. Stupid people rarely learn from history, even when the evidence is piled all around. You're.
Fresh update on "chinese communist party" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"And he said, You know, I've been reading copies of two shirts sure is that leading theoretical magazine of the Chinese Communist Party and it's where you find all the Xi Jinping speech is essentially, he's saying, I have found my investment thesis in in the thoughts of President Xi Jinping. And you should, too. You should be studying this magazine. If you want to know where China is going, if you want to know what you're risking I understand politics, just some headlines breaking across the Bloomberg Terminal, GOP Senator Lindsey Graham. He test positive for Covid. That's just coming across the Bloomberg We'll have more coming up and he just real quickly. 30 seconds. What's the next step for China to be expect them to just pick another industry? Yeah, Look out, Watch out for the property sector That's a far bigger driver of inequality than then education ever is. Look out for health care. You know they're trying now to convince Wall Street, the China Securities Regulatory Commission that investments are safe. The problem is, it isn't those guys who are driving investment decisions in China. It's the politicians. Andy Brown is editorial director at Bloomberg. New Economy, Andy. Thank you so much, as always, for taking the time as such a sea change their from China. Yeah, you know again that China risk we always just had in the back of our mind. But boom, this is almost For a lot of people. The worst case scenario was certainly one of the worst case scenarios where they can come in and just say this is how this is how it's going to be widespread international implications, too, for US tech companies and also exchanges that where these companies have gone public in the past. All right, let's get a check on the latest World and National News with Karen chasing this Bloomberg News.
Fresh update on "chinese communist party" discussed on Equity
"I'm here to talk numbers tasha here and talk all about ed tech that tasha. There's been issues in the space. There's been big news of china. Ed tech news at china. Oh my gosh. i'm blown over. Talk me through it. I do feel like even though it's my it's like a perfect combination of our to love languages. Which is public markets and education. And so it's honestly fitting that we're doing this together and we're just going to be knocking out today this week. The biggest thing to wake up to on monday was hearing that. China is cracking down on tutoring startups in the country. Alison oh you wrote a piece about it Wars moved the restrictions. That caught your eye when you first saw the latest regulations that rolled out. just so. This kind got rumored last. Friday is how i think about it and so there was fear in the market about what might happen and then over the weekend it all came true and then some it was one of those like the rumor was not as bad as the news. The other way around the gist is the chinese communist party. And various regulatory bodies of that government decided that the especially the tutoring focused part of the ed tech world in china wasn't doing what it wanted i think is a reasonable way to say that and so there's a lot of new restrictions and rules around these companies if you are a company. That's offering tutoring services in china. You're going to have to become a nonprofit. And as everyone out there knows startups often lose money and other therefore tobacco nonprofits. But it's not the goal. The goal is we mentioned you. Burn money where you're growing totally fine. Et cetera but to be forced into a nonprofit stance long-term is not good for companies. That wanted to go public and provide good returns on the ipo. Point tutoring companies in china. Now cannot be built that you can't start new ones and you can't go public and you can't raise foreign capital and there's a couple of other restrictions as well about length of lesson and.
Fresh update on "chinese communist party" discussed on News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff
"To air safety and waste treatment systems and research facilities that had been operational for less than two years. That's curious as according to a new congressional report on the pandemics origins. The report from the House Foreign Affairs Committee's Republican staff says such a significant renovation so soon after the facility began operation appears unusual. Projects for air disinfection hazardous waste in central air conditioning systems. All raised questions about how well these symptoms were functioning in the months prior to the outbreak of Covid 19. According to the report. The true reason for the procurement posting is unclear as his winner if the work was even initiated. It adds another circumstantial element to the controversial argument that the pandemic began in a Wuhan lab. Staff for Congressman Mike McCaul out of Texas, the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee will include this information as an addendum to their Sep. September report. Over the past couple of months. More public health official scientists, government officials have called for an investigation into a possible lab league. Of course, they're not getting any kind of cooperation or an independent investigation. From China. Because the Chinese Communist Party has denied anyone. Access. According to this article, without cooperation from China's government, their significant skepticism Any of the handful of US government investigations will provide a concrete narrative into how the pandemic originated. So industry report that's gonna come out from Fox News. Donald Trump's political organization entered July with nearly 102 million in cash reserves. That's an unprecedented war chest at this stage in the election cycle for former president according to the new figures. Trump's team said 3.2 million contributions flowed into the former president's political committees during the first six months of the year. Trump's fundraising apparatus includes two political action committee Save America. And make America great again, along with separate joint fundraising committees. And he, of course, has not closed the door run running again, and 2024 6 55. Let's get an update on traffic.
Fresh update on "chinese communist party" discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Time to find out. What's happening in the world of asian aviation with greg waldron. Who's the asia managing editor at flight global. Greg we've just been hearing about the woes of the travel industry and of course one particular sector that's being hit by this art. Low cost carrier is tell us more well in southeast asia has really been a major market for low cost carriers of the last twenty years. And it's been a booming business. So you have these really iconic Chief executives in twenty fernandez. One liners rec- khurana is another and these guys placed massive orders two thousand ten's for aircraft and then i think lion air has Twenty six aircraft. In order with airbus and boeing massive piece of business for the framers for the engine makers and then tony fernandez Who's the boss of airasia has about three hundred fifty airbus jets on his orderbook. But of course these airlines have been devastated by you know cova. Nineteen the international traffic in the regions. All but is gone. The domestic markets are really suffering and the united states. We saw news that lions are going to be furloughing eight thousand employees so it's pretty tough right now and in terms of their fleet so these least or do they belong to them. And what does that mean for lease payments. Well i'll typically works that they have these big order books but it it it it it takes so much cash to actually on aircraft that is typically what will happen is they'll have the big orderbook but then a lesser will step into actually by that jet in the lease it back to the airline and that works very well for the airlines. Because you know they they don't have to have a lot of cash tied up in jets and then lesser is Who are often. Backed by institutional investors will get a nice steady capitalist strain but since the crisis hit us last ear lease payments of all but stopped. And so both tony fernandez and rusty and the other major airline. Ceo's new region have been very difficult discussions with the lesser throughout major lessors about these payments. So it's a very tricky situation right now in terms lease payments because it's really dried up especially from southeast asia and what about actually buying the aircraft because there must be a big question mark about deliveries. It's certainly true airbus talking about hiking. It's deliveries but out here in east asia. The last thing the airlines really is some new aircraft. In most of the aircraft's that they have are actually parked in long term storage. This is for the low cost carriers as well as for the major airlines in the region. So really they don't want it so there looking at like ways to restructure the number of aircraft that they're going to take a number they're gonna take the end delivery schedule for these aircraft. Although that set. Tony fernandez was speaking to the singapore foreign correspondents association. You know about ten days ago. And he said that he still committed taking his full order. Book of jets On the air but on the air asia side not so much for x just kind of a separate story but he still bullish long term on the potential out here but airasia is in fact the restructuring They are or harry's ex lion air. A malaysian islands carriers here It's about these major debt restructurings major restructuring of pretty much everything. And it's a bit of a you know as a very opaque process The way they're working with the lesser. You don't really get a lot of his ability and exactly how that's working out but effectively though the airline industries always been very tough you know margins have always been very thin you know. It's a very expensive Business to be in very high fixed costs and so this crisis has just made it almost untenable. So it's extremely difficult for the airlines right now. Let's look at china quite a bad coot of chinese characters carriers. Yeah yeah it is. China's been curiously. Even though the virus outbreak started there like in the first place was detected in early. Two thousand twenty For the most part they're domestic market has been one of the real bright spots in the world You know they've been all kind of zero kovic strategy. They're able to really lock things down and ultimately that's really benefited chinese carriers. So in recent quarters. They've actually had Capacity that's been actually exceeded that in two thousand eighteen thousand nine hundred and the carry. The airlines aren't flying internationally. But they've been able to really you know build up their domestic network and really a lot of people a lot of internal tourism in china people flying for business from what i hear is kind of like normal times as long as you don't leave china but now you have these you know. The outbreak in nanjing We don't really know a lot about it. The numbers are a bit unclear. You know the chinese communist party of china is not very transparent on these things as well but basically the nanjing airport was locked down. Last a number of air airlines stopped flying there now. We really don't know what's going on. But if there is the spread of the delta variant is sort of happening in china which it which of course is. It's happening in australia. It's happening in singapore Then you could see that that strong domestic recovery routine in china drill for a while I'm greg i wonder how you feel about how optimistic you feel about the recovery of global travel. I'm pretty Pessimistic for the time being because delta is seems that the delta varian seemed to be really gonna taking off like you're having no big outbreaks in the us on this potential for other outbreak in india. vaccine rollouts around the world are faltering even in countries where vaccines are available has certain reluctance about taking them It strikes me that i think we have quite a ways to go Before travelling and i think when we do start traveling internationally. I think there's a lot of hassles of cova testing before you fly on. There's going to be a lot of documentation that you're gonna need need Proving your backs vaccination status and so forth so. I think we're definitely not woods yet. I can see maybe a bit of light at the end of the tunnel I think it's We still a bit more to put up with site and and not everybody's gonna make it not all those small allies will will make it to the other side. Yeah certainly i could see certainly more airlines going out of business man. Wouldn't want to name names. But i think you know if you're a smaller undercapitalized carrier that hasn't been able to raise funds you know. I think he certainly could be in trouble. But on the flip side of this creates an opportunity if you're very powerful their line with good funding that thinking about the big american carriers. You know Singapore airlines is another one. Qantas these really strong. Well carriers. i mean they'll have they'll be a pretty strong position as we start to emerge from this so we'll still have airlines but there might be some Not everybody's gonna survive. Unfortunately thank you much. Indeed that's quick woman from flight global and this is the globalist on monocle. Twenty four.
Progressives Tell Biden to Ignore China Abuses for Climate Fight
"This in The New York Post. Progressives tell Bind to ignore China abuses for climate fight This tells you more about who they are. A coalition of 48 progressive groups. That is a word. That we're going to have to learn. To use very sparingly. Because they steal the languages we talk about over and over again. Which is also discussed in this book, but has been discussed in this program for almost 20 years. They steal the language. They call themselves progressive. There's nothing progressive about them. And this started with the so called progressive movement. About 40 years or so after the death of Karl Marx. The progressive movement. Does that sound great? We're progressive. When they're tyrants and totalitarians. A coalition of 48 Progressive groups New York Post are calling on President Biden members of Congress. To look past China's gross human rights abuses, including genocide to ensure cooperation on climate action. In a letter to the White House and congressional lawmakers Wednesday, The groups demanded that the US abandoned its quote, dominant, antagonistic approach unquote to the Chinese Communist Party in order to work with the regime. Guess LeBron James is advising them. We, the undersigned organizations call on the Biden administration and all members of Congress to rescue the dominant, antagonistic approach the U. S China relations and instead prioritize multilateralism, the diplomacy and cooperation with China. To address the existential threat that is climate crisis, so the climate crisis Is the existential threat, not the massive military build up of the communist Chinese regime. Not the enslavement of 2.5
"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.
Party Piece: China's Communists at 100
"No surprise that beijing was the site of massive. Well orchestrated celebrations today. Our beijing bureau chief david rennie. Was there herded by the foreign ministry hours before it. all began. Toews comes strokes a hundredth birthday party and they did that in tenement square. Which is the ceremonial heart of china. The crowd was handpicked. They were almost all party members. I was sitting next to members of the people's congress that the city of beijing. There's a lot of singing of communist party songs and everyone around me knew all the words those in greatest hits like without the communist party there would be no china so this mix of the very grand informal and the kind of national but also this strange kind of private family gathering of a party celebrating in the open. It's actually control of this giant country and presumably this this gathering was also very carefully controlled very interesting that this is a very confident party. But it's the chinese communist party and so there's always an element of paranoia and extreme control. Not only we rule security checked multiple times but this is also a china that is determined to have zero cases of college. Although they haven't been cases for months in beijing we all made to quarantine for twenty four hours before we set foot on the square. We want to wear face masks will call the tested. Multiple times and in fact many western ambassadors from places like europe refused to come because they were told that they too would have to spend a night in a state guesthouse in multiple covered tested. And they simply thought. I was undignified. So it was very very controlled. Very very paranoid festivity.
Firmly in Control, China's Communist Party Marks Centenary
"It is one hundred years today since the chinese communist party. The ep came into being. It was created as a result of ironically western influences from the likes of marxist intellectuals so what does today's ccp sand for and how does it influence. Play out in modern day china. Well it's tell us more. I'm joined by the ceo of china dialogue isabel hilton and sophia. Yan telegraphs correspondent in beijing to regular voices on monocle. Twenty four welcome back. Good morning tea both. Good morning isabel. If i could begin with you just explain to us how the communist party came about. Well the the first meeting of the communist party the one. We're celebrating although mao. Actually when he was asked couldn't quite remember the date so this date is slightly arbitrary It it was twelve people Twelve chinese delegates one soviet and one common tern representative who met in the french concession in shanghai for a few days until the shanghai till the french secret police took an interest. They then reconvened on a boat on a nearby lake and that technically was the founding meeting the ideas themselves had been swirling around pretty much since the fall of the qing dynasty which was not the ching dynasty that the the last imperial dynasty china Phalle as a result of quite another revolution which which the communists had nothing to do with But the the swirl of ideas. Since i guess about eighteen sixty in china about how china needed to reform amongst the many threads that were that was Was marxism along with ideas about democracy science. All kinds of different discussions were going on in china and this one Emerge with soviet assistance into the communist party.
The Most Notorious Marxist Extremists Were Similarly Aged as College Millennials
"So I point out, it is unsurprising that the world's most renowned and notorious Marxist revolutionaries. Of the same mindset and also Went to college. They were millennials. Vladimir I mean, excuse me, Lenin. His biography includes that he was born in a well educated family excelled at school and went on to study law at the university was exposed to radical thinking. His views were influenced by the execution of his older brother. Remember the Revolutionary group. Expelled from the university for his radical policies. Lenin completed his law degree is an external student in 18 91. And then he moved to ST Petersburg and became a professional revolutionary. Although mall was born in a peasant family, his biography explains that he trained as a teacher and he traveled to Beijing We worked in the university library is During this time he began to read Marxist literature in 1921. He became a founding member, the Chinese Communist Party. Cambodia's Pol Pot came from a relatively prosperous families, biography states that he was educated in a series of French speaking schools in 1949. He won a scholarship to study in Paris where he became involved in communist politics and I could go on. I can go on about Castro. Another one. Fairly well to do family. His father owned a farm. He went to law school. Hugo Chavez. Recently. Well to do was in the military overthrew the government. Not a perfect model, but it is a overwhelmingly accurate model.
Untangling the Crossed Wires of China's 'Super Grid'
"Alternative explanation the bears noting but has received little discussion. So far is the continued. Integration of the chinese grit as china developed its energy resources and became the largest builder of energy infrastructure over the last few decades. It developed an extremely unbalanced grid with enormous mismatches between supply and demand. China's scale and varied geography energy. Grid meant that extremely abundant energy resources were being produced in remote locations where there simply wasn't demand for them. In northern provinces huge amounts of power from coal and wind and solar went on consumed in the southern provinces abundant hydro resources far exceeded local demand. The major operation centers in china are mostly along the southern and eastern coast thousands of miles away from the most abundant and cheap sources of energy as a consequence trying to become the world's capital of energy curtailment as described by ohm's law. Electricity simply doesn't travel. Well it standard voltages and so must be produced relatively close to load centers when there isn't local demand for energy it goes unused so in two thousand sixteen. Two thousand seventeen china was tailing effectively. Wasting extreme amounts of power in two thousand seventeen chinese curtailment from hydropower. Reach fifty five terawatt hours a figure equivalent to the entire energy output of the country switzerland in two thousand sixteen china curtailed. Another fifty two point two terawatt hours of wind and solar there simply was insufficient local demand to consume this abundance of energy leading authorities to rethink the grids design. Starting in two thousand. Ten china has been constructing an ambitious continent spanning ultra high voltage power transmission network to transmit power from remote regions with abundant energy to load centers. Balancing the grid today. Forty thousand kilometers of high-voltage transmission exists with the longest line stretching over three thousand kilometers. Much has been made of the chinese. Communist party's ambitions or general aversion to freedom tech like bitcoin in justifying the mining ban. Less has been said about the fact that the presence of minors in china was always contingent on the availability of stranded energy. The central and regional government had hitherto tolerated the monetization of excess energy. Because it simply wasn't being put to alternative economic us but as the grid integration and load balancing has improved in the last five years. Bitcoin miners have increasingly begun to compete with other industrial and commercial uses
Time Bank Offers a Novel Elderly Care Option in an Aging China
"Five pm on monday about a dozen. Elderly men and women already gathering at the leafy downtown street park shanghai to get ready for one of proteins dancing in this quiz or guam chungwoo in chinese a familiar sight in cities across the nation which is rapidly aging the latest census data show. The country has two hundred sixty million residents aged sixty and above more than eighteen percent of its population by twenty fifty. It'll be one in three to defuse this demographic time bomb. The chinese communist party's turning to foreign invention time banking the brainchild of japanese lady to roku ashim in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy s time banking in wolf's people providing social services to others in exchange for time credited the participant can use to access similar services. Later in life. On the reason wednesday morning. I went to see a time bent for myself at an elderly. Care home. shanghai's tony district full time. Bank blunt mostly retirees in the sixties or are busy working each wearing badges bearing. The logos of the time bag worked for one was teaching elderly neighbor. How use a stationary bike. In a small gym another was advertising bathroom and kitchen accessories for seniors for the work. The volunteers would get paid not in money but in time they can use their accrued hours to access services from other members of the bank.
Two Versions of Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei's Whereabouts
"Since the revelation of the spy gate scandal. This would be a spy story of a different nature. So, according to the story, Jennifer Van Laar is reporting at Red State and we will ask her about it directly at the top of the next hour. The United States government may be in possession. Of a high levels. Uh, spy from China. He was under Biden's terminology. Just one of the spy cheese. You know Hunter Biden his whole business associations that we may be in possession of a spy from China. At the highest levels of the Intelligence infrastructure, the Chinese Communist Party. And he may be giving us folks the absolute mother lode of information. Now you may be saying, Dan, Why do you say May Well, I'm saying we may be in possession of because there are two completely different versions of this event. And both of them can't be true. One version of the event by Ms Van large reporting. He said. Yes, Anonymous sources from the intelligence community are telling me we have this source. He's given up the mother lode. Matter Fact he's given up things I'll get to in a minute. That are so Incredible. I mean, really, incredibly hard to digest and bear hug and get your arms around that, if true, it could be game changing for the United States and our national security. And the other version of events is No. We don't have this guy at all. We never had this guy. Matter of fact, he's in China now giving lectures. Obviously, ladies and gentlemen, both of those stories cannot be true at the same time. So I'll ask you again. What the heck is going on with Dong Jing Wei? That is the name
Red State Reports About Chinese Defector With 'Direct Knowledge' of Chinese Special Weapons Programs
"This guy supposedly has a bunch of information about how U. S. Government officials may have been involved in this cover up. Sounds Moya interesante to me. I know my Spanish is terrible. I'm sorry. My wife is a native speaker of Spanish. I've learned from her, but my Spanish is awful. I'm still translating in my head, but I'm working through it. Let's get the chunk here. Number one. Who is this guy? Why is China so mad that we have done Beijing way? That's the name of the spy. Yeah, This is from Red State. Red State sources confirmed that the defector is in fact, Don Jingwei. That he was in charge of counterintelligence efforts in China. He flew to the United States in mid February, allegedly to visit his daughter at a university in California. When Don Jingwei landed in California, he contacted DEA officials, Our D ir Defense Intelligence agency. And told them about his plans to defect and the information he brought with him. Young men hidden in plain sight for about two weeks before disappearing into d ia custody. My guess you won't see Don Jingwei again. This is in fact, correct than a high level counterintelligence operative from China. The highest level or one of the highest levels of that infrastructure. There has in fact affected to the United States. My guess is he is in grave danger. The Chinese Communist Party plays for keeps. We don't like them. I'll never like them, but you better respect their abilities. Because they are
WSJ Piece Teaches How to Read the Truth in Chinese Propaganda
"With this fantastic piece in the Wall Street Journal showing you how to dig through propaganda. How the Communists How Communist Now the Chinese Communist Party, CCP, How the communist Soviet Union how they work and manipulating the media where there's always an element of truth in his story. You know what it make stuff up out of thin air. You may say, Dan why they're Communists. They do whatever they want. If you don't like it, they kill you. Yeah. But they can't kill everybody at the same time. I mean, seriously, they do have to have some people alive like that's the whole point of having a country. Right. So once in a while you got to feed him a nugget a truth. Little small sliver nugget of truth, and you just manipulate the story. So if you read the story upside down, and you learn to read these propaganda pieces upside down, you will get to the truth. Eventually, they gave a great example. You know, Chinese propaganda say, you know, brave Chinese Communist People's Liberation Army saves eight miners and mining accident Then you find out later the Chinese government caused the accident do faulty safety standards and 150 miners died. Only eight were saying you're like, Well, there was a small nugget of truth in there, but the rest of the story was total bull. You get the rest.
The Similarity of Chinese Communist Propaganda and Our Lying Media
"And I'm reading this piece in The Wall Street Journal. And it's about Chinese Communist propaganda really applies to propaganda outfits throughout human history, Prov, the Soviet Union or whatever. And it was this fascinating piece by Perry Link called Beijing protests allegedly too much and it talks about how you have to learn to read. Communist propaganda from China and their media outlets. And when you learn to read a quote upside down, the stories make sense and I thought to myself, I'm sitting there. I'm always thinking of. You know what's a good, solid narrative for a show that ties things together today because we've got a lot of material to get to And I thought, Gosh, that said, Like Once we learn how to do what you know the citizens of China have had to do with their own media to read media reports upside down, We can finally start to get to the truth. Let me read you a quote from this Wall Street journal piece because it's very telling. And I want you to tell me something going to ask you up front. What is any different from are the Chinese propaganda from the Chinese Communist Party and state controlled media in China? What's different than our media here? Serious question After you. What's different. You have to employ the same tactic it to get to the truth to our lying media here. Hear from the piece called Beijing Protests allegedly too much quote. Many years ago. A distinguished Chinese writer Woo Zuzang explained to me that there is truth in Communist Party pronouncements, but you have to read them quote upside down. If a newspaper says the party has made great strides against corruption in Hannon And you know that corruptions recently been especially bad in and on. If you read about the heroic rescue of eight miners somewhere, you can guess that a mine collapse may have killed hundreds who aren't even mentioned. Learn to read the story upside down. Read upside down. There's a sense in which the official press never lies. It cannot lie. It has to tell you what the party wants you to believe. And if you can figure out the party's motive, which always exists. Then you have a sense of the
"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..
The Left Have Fallen in Love With Socialism and the Chinese Government
"Marxism communism. That's your thing. So the left, of course, has fallen in love with socialism and the Chinese government. I mean, they emulate their tactics all the times. You deny that if you should, you should seek psychiatric help immediately. You might need some pharmacological intervention. China suppresses free speech. So does the left. China believes in a social scoring system to cancel and stigmatize people. So does the left. China believes in economic bureaucratic control by government bureaucrats and tyrants. So what is the left? China believes in forcing people into indoctrination factories they squad they call schools. It's so left the Listen folks. The list goes on and on and on. In the interest of time. Those are just what I named 45 there. The left in the Chinese Communist Party are the same. So once you get us all to hate each other through CRT. And then you cause the street chaos. And then you get the police to stop doing anything about it. Because you you know your vocal war on the cops rather than war in the criminals. Then, um, you, Nate emulate China's, uh, Communist government tactics. You've effectively
Guess How Much LeBron James Gets Paid For A Second of Floor Time
"I just saw a disturbing video on social media. LeBron who's I don't know. Pay. What do you think He's paid per second in the MBA producer? Mike, Can you go with that? What do you think? LeBron salary per second of floor time in the embassy? I don't know. Maybe a couple 100 bucks. Maybe a couple 1000. I don't know. I really don't know what LeBron makes. I don't watch the MBA anymore. Since they decided woke ism was the way to go and I decided it wasn't But LeBron, I guess the playoffs we're going on. Is that right? Is it the playoffs? I really I have stopped watching. After Patrick Ewing retired with the next years ago and Get the way this is LeBron makes $162 per second per second. Listen, Life has been good. Thanks to your generosity and listening to my show. I'm telling you, I don't make no $162 a second. No way. I don't have to do that. But it's not anywhere close to that. 162 was second. Hold on. Let's put a little timer on this show right here. We have got a timer. Stopwatch. Here we go. For those of you watching a vaccination at home. One. You. There we go. LeBron just made hundreds five seconds. This guy's gonna be close to $1000 to So why am I bringing this up? Because last night? Apparently, the Lakers are playing the Phoenix Suns, and they got their butts were pretty bad. Is that right again? I'll follow sports and LeBron who plays for the Lakers. He was like, Yeah, I'm not going to stay to the end of the game. Just gonna go to the locker room and disappear. Wow. Wow. I wonder he was going to the locker room to make a comment about the Chinese Communist Party torturing people. Of course not. He's probably making a comment about how should we shouldn't talk about the Chinese Communist Party torturing people?
Chinese Communist Party Is Just Like the Soviet Communist Party
"Chinese Communist Party knows there's no one they could count on more than the American media. The Soviet Communist Party knew that to remember the New York Times back in the day, sending their reporters over there talking about how wonderful the Soviet Union was there like the guy was over there. They're like, Hey, bro. There's about 100 Million coffins and the back of that hotel out there where they killed a bunch of these people dissonance. The guy was like no worries. The hotel's beautiful Let me write an article of great Communism is in the Soviet Union. Award winning journalism prizes were given out for that work. Don't blame bat
Chinese Communist Party Propaganda on US Media
"Story about how not only does the media promote Chinese Communist propagate Our media, not like they're like we get a Chinese propaganda is promoted by Chinese media because the state controlled right but don't know our media is apparently state controlled by China to they promote Chinese propaganda, and I thought of this story before I get to my next segment is important. Do you remember the bat Soup story? Some of you may be scratching your head right there like a bat that soup. The pangolin story. Remember that? Remember when the Chinese Communist Party wanted to divert attention in America about 67 months ago, away from the theory at the time that the Corona virus may have leaked from a lab and move on China. Remember that? So a story got out there that know No, no, no. It didn't leak from a lab. It jumped from a bat or a pangolin in like a soup mixture to someone who ate the batch of so this was
US, China wrap up testy 1st face-to-face talks under Biden
"A **** of days in Alaska's top US and Chinese diplomats hold their first face to face meeting since president Joe Biden took office the chilly temperatures in anchorage Alaska did little to lower the heat around the table as secretary St Antony Blinken and top Chinese diplomats traded sharp barbs over trade human rights Taiwan China's assertiveness in the South China Sea and the corona virus pandemic it's no surprise that when we raise those issues clearly indirectly thought we got a defensive response Chinese Communist Party foreign affairs chief Yang chi chi demanded the U. S. stop pushing its own version of democracy at a time when the United States has been roiled by its own domestic discontent US China ties have been torn for years the vita ministration hasn't said whether it's ready or willing to back away from the hard line stance I'm timid wire
Republican Rep. Chip Roy uses hearing on anti-Asian discrimination to 'glorify lynching' and criticize China
"A pre scheduled hearing today, focusing on hate crimes across our country, But of course, in light of the shootings in Atlanta. Those attacks against Asian Americans became front and center during the hearing, Republican Congressman Schiff Roy of Texas, arguing that all Americans deserve protection, and during his remarks, he invoked a Texas saying that critics claim celebrates the idea of lynching. Here's what he said. Going on. Appreciate are gathering here today. It's obviously a new important subject matter. Um, and to be clear all Americans deserve protection and to live in a free and secure society with the fundamental nature of what we expect out of government, right. Secure the blessings of liberty, as we say in the Constitution, United States, um The victims of race based violence, and their families deserve justice. And that's the case what we're talking about here with the tragedy what we just saw her and Atlanta, Georgia. I would also suggest that the victims of cartels moving illegal aliens deserve justice, the American citizens in South Texas. They're getting absolutely decimated by what's happening. Our southern border deserve justice. The victims of Riding a looting in the streets last week. Businesses closed Burn lime started last summer. Deserve justice Way believe in justice, right? There's an old saying in Texas about, you know, find the all the roof in Texas and get a taller tree. You know, we take justice very seriously, and we ought to do that round up the bad guys. That's what we believe. Um, my concern about this hearing is that it seems to want to venture into the policing of rhetoric in a free society free speech, um and away from the rule of law and taking out bad guys. And as a former federal prosecutor, I'm kind of predisposing wired to want to go take out bad guys. And that's bad guys of all colors as bad guys of all persuasions. That's bad guys targeting people for all different reasons, and I think we need t be mindful of that. And so now we're talking about whether talking about China Chai calms the Chinese Communist Party. Whatever phrasing we want to use and it some people are saying, Hey, we think those guys they're the bad guys, for whatever reason. Let me just say clearly, I do. I think the Chinese Communist Party running the country China. I think they're the bad guys, and I think that they're harming people. And I think they are engaging in modern day slavery. And I think that what they're doing the wingers and I think that what they're doing targeting our country and I think that what they're doing to undermine our national security and what they're doing to steal our intellectual property and what they're doing to build up their military and rattle throughout. Specific. I think it's patently evil deserving of condemnation, and I think that what they did to hide the reality of this virus is equally deserving of condemnation, and there's hardly any getting around that that in fact happened. The comments of Congressman Chip Roy of Texas that today's House Judiciary Committee hearing Democrats on that committee quick to criticize the Republican lawmaker, representative Grace Manning of New York, who was of Taiwanese descent, calling out her calling for his words and his support of former President Donald Trump in the last year. The former president has repeatedly described coronavirus as quote the Chinese virus or kung flew. Critics claim it has helped foster an environment in which there are hate crimes against Asian Americans.
Chinese Regulators Call for Alibaba to Divest Media Interests
"China's government has been tightening. Its control over. Its big homegrown. Tech companies and in recent days its biggest alibaba has gotten the attention of regulators now. We report exclusively. That china is asking alibaba to of its media assets which include print broadcast digital social media and advertising people familiar with the matter. Say officials are concerned about the company's sway over public opinion in china alibaba declined to comment on discussions with regulators about its media assets. But it said it's a passive investor in those holdings. The chinese communist party's propaganda department. Didn't respond to a request for comment.
War Games Suggest the U.S. Will Lose Fast If It Confronts China
"People's liberation army and the chinese communist party is clearly preparing for war with the united states. You never know that because we're too busy worrying about peppy. The pew and gina carano and the mandalorian we're not occupied anything like global thermonuclear war. God forbid we did something like that. So here's the first screenshot about what a were. I want to be clear on this. Given our current posture. Our current force alignment how we're prepared for global warfare. Now how these experts think it would go. Here's a quote from a military analysts. Talking about what would happen in are wargames now. It says at that point. The trend that are wargames was not just that we were losing but we were losing faster. We do these war games all time with china. Now we're losing quick. After the two thousand eighteen i distinctly remember one of our gurus of war gaming standing in front of the air force secretary and chief of staff and telling them that we shouldn't play this war game scenario chinese attack on taiwan again. Because we know what's going to happen. The definitive answer is if the us military doesn't change course with lose fast.
"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 77WABC Radio
"Of America to the Chinese Communist Party the arbiter right now of the fate of all of Asia because of the pandemic more to the point it is a challenge to the U. S. what is to be done all these years of the Chinese miracle now that we see that the Chinese have taken advantage of our generosity and are at even as we speak looking to leverage their power over our markets Frank is published and speaks routinely about what is to be done about the Chinese communist party's aggression this time it's financial aggression Franco very good evening to you what is the federal retirement thrift investment board and how is it that the trump administration is recommending that that become a battlefield between Beijing and Washington good evening Frank good evening John thank you so much not just for that very kind introduction but for all you do along with our mutual friend Gordon trying to eliminate these issues week upon week upon week the federal retirement thrift investment board is a an empty in Washington that nobody has ever heard of before that it has about five individuals all of whom were appointed during the Obama era about three years ago decided that the board's oversight of the federal retirement system now owns the thrift savings plan should entail the migration of funds from our military men and women in uniform our federal civilian employees and their respective you know retirees even to a fund that would involve if they wanted to international diversification Chinese companies in portfolio some of those Chinese companies it turns out are engaged in very bad things as many Chinese companies are actually but in particular there were several that were involved in for example human rights violations which have been sanctioned by the government of the United States of building South China Sea islands with great strategic importance of you know building weapons systems with which to kill those same servicemen and women and perhaps many of the restaurants as well and the president I'd states we are very pleased to say in part I think thanks to the work of our committee on the present danger China became aware of what was afoot and did what we were quite confident he would do if only he knew about and that is say this must stop we can't let this happen and he intervened directly to do two things one to change the make up of that started by college for every board and to click on the markers through his senior subordinates Larry Kudlow another old friend of both of ours now the director of the national economic council and the residents national security adviser Robert o'brien and they discovered the problem here this is vitally important hi John not just to what this particular anecdote or story microcosmic example of a larger problem the tales but it's very important to solving the larger problem as well and that is this Larry Kudlow robbed of Brian said the problem is centrally three full we do not know all about the financial viability of these Chinese companies because they don't disclose that information as a result you could have fraudulent companies you can have companies with grace material risk we will now certainly some of these companies as I've mentioned involve activities are responsible for doing the work for the Chinese Communist Party that is actually harmful to our national security or in some cases is violative of our human rights priorities so for these reasons it's not just a problem that our military personnel and are civilian employees are investing in these kinds of Chinese companies but it's also a problem John for the larger investor population of the United States which may be on the order of a hundred and fifty or a hundred sixty million US trucking business Frank how do we get into this fix was it inattention by the various administrations Mr Clinton Mr bush Mr Obama and Mr trump they just were not paying attention I think it's fair to say John McGinn you and Gordon have talked about this endlessly it's fair to say that for the longest time arguably going back to Nixon but certainly since Clinton we have embraced the idea that as long as we are in wishing China all will be well they'll behave better we will face any threats will do business with them will make money on and on that reality has died a slow and painful death in the midst of this pandemic I think but here's what really kicked it into high gear John in may of twenty thirteen then vice president Joe Biden helped engineer after several years of import tuning by the Chinese Communist Party a deal that essentially allowed the Chinese to get out of jail free card it it said to them you don't have to conform if you want to be in our capital markets you don't have to conform to our audit standards the American companies pay on average one point five million dollars to conform to by the way and when they got that past they were able essentially to move trillions of dollars from the U. S. capitol and bond markets you want the stock market John back to Beijing back to the Chinese communist enterprise providing real life support for them with no one basically challenging this idea until very lately and we are now especially in this environment of the crackdown that is in the works of against with freedom the spy ring people of Hong Kong the just a moment here the fact that we've turned and looked at the Chinese I mean these things Frank as you list their non transparent their dictatorship and the Chinese Communist Party owns everything so we've known this for a long time so have have the scales fallen from the trump administration's eyes can we be confident this would be a policy of of four indefinitely and not for just a few months John you're very serious student of and administrations of president past and you know that they're made up of lots of people right there are people inside this administration and I think specifically Steve Mnuchin the treasury secretary and old Goldman Sachs guy who is bound and determined to perpetuate this sweetheart deal that the Chinese have benefited from massively Larry Kudlow to his great credit I think this one connector and he though he's been very close to Wall Street over the years as you know has come down on the side of we have to do the right things for America we have to protect our national security we have to protect our investors we cannot allow them to be essentially turned into one vast China lobby without doing unimaginable harm to our country to its security to our freedoms so I think this is still very much in flux the president came down on the right side on the square savings plan we needed to do the same with respect to Hong Kong and the capital markets more generally one place to start job one place to start is by tearing up this memorandum of understanding that Joe Biden engineered as I said and you can do that on thirty days notice for any reason that needs to be done immediate Frank Gaffney was an Assistant Secretary of defense and Ronald Reagan's defense department is the vice chairman of the committee on the present danger China is the host of secure freedom dot org which is a podcast as well as streaming I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show.
"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.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Of its people okay the Chinese Communist Party looks at Russia and they look for with the Communist Party is and they don't find it anymore and they don't want that to happen so they really are responsive and he is making changes it would be better if China did more in their people can go to their government say if American can do it why can't we do it I mean I think that the idea that the Chinese are as responsive as sort of a a democratic expression of fresh air I mean I I'm I'm looking wow this you believe that there is so he he says that he says the dictators of communist China have constituents the the model was of Iran have constituents weight when when Baghdatis before Conan traced chase them into the tunnel and they were slaughtering the is the east end up making the women into sex slaves were were those Alibag bodies constituents good lord that is that's really weird eight four four five hundred forty to forty two four one three wants to know Biden has binders full of a women's your reward met got into trouble for saying yet binders full of women what's the difference between that between what the admits that and what the bidens just said very good point but you know what the difference is but the difference is that the is that that the met knew the names of the women in his binders Biden does it yeah I'm sure that binder was alphabetized for quick referencing seven eight one Pete Marty are you taking credit for a P. G. student absent they have more locally I'm taking credit for a P. G. student my daughter was a P. G. student the Deerfield academy there is the there for a post graduate students were were just as much a member of the court graduating classes anybody else there's a guy who knows those boom New England prep school slow for asking the questions nine seven eight says the prison wardens have constituents though yeah I know how bout the Uighurs you know I was one thing I I did like about the Harvard Yale protests they were they were up the one thing I had but I agreed with that they were protesting was they were holding up a sign saying let the Uighurs those of the yacht Moslem Chinese and concentration camps out so I guess the Uighurs are are are are the communists constituents as well in the concentration camps and the in north by northeast of northeastern China's at northeastern eight four four or five hundred forty to forty two two oh seven says ironically that guy Bloomberg could give a bleep less about what the majority wants here yeah no I a I know he he wants to take away your guns and your slurpees okay Eddie Eddie does not always getting kudos for banning smoking in restaurants in New York but that just that you know I I'm not I'm not that anti smoking is as most people are I'm still not sure that was a the best thing that he could have died that was one of the first things he did when he got into office back when he succeeded Giuliani and about two thousand two Peter your next without way car go ahead Peter yeah okay.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on Talking Politics
"What is the relationship between those great corporations which were as powerful now's anything in the world and the party because he said nothing happens without the party but if you are Alibaba off you are Jack Ma what's the nature of your relationship with the Party and the Party leadership political power and China's obscure right so we don't no it's not transparent. It's not meant to be transparent so the honest answer is I don't know and nobody does but obviously they they. They look look at each other. They talk with each other and I'm sure they are aware of each other's power under certain limits what a party has done has brought in a lot of the wouldn't have done before is bringing a lot of these merchants into the party system but people like Jack. Ma Know that without party approval cool nothing that they would do would happen nothing that they would like to do and if the party opposes it. It's not going to happen so they will be careful. They can make a lot of money to in all kinds of stuff. Don't get into politics don't do that and with Jingping. There is now a personality cult which again as described in in West sometimes it said that this is going back to kind of Maoist version of how the Party operates sometimes as you hinted. It's a much deeper and longer tradition in Chinese political and social life the imperial model which which how should we say it is this is it is it. I think go back for neither. I think the answer is that China politically is still searching for a new form of government that derives from its own traditions but also seen as highly modern inefficient and actually the democratic. One of the things that's happening today of course is that China claims to be as democratic or even more so than Western democracies McAfee's in our Western democracies haven't done very well. The last three decades the case against it's not very hard to make as you know but what they mean gene is that through various avenues including social media the leadership knows or thinks knows what is happening at the lowest possible level level so one of the I think the key element of the Chinese political tradition it is tradition is a direct connection between the top and the most bottom. mm-hmm individual there's Chinese phrase for this opening the avenues of dialogue something like that and I think one of the reasons that the culture has that was close so how did not know this kind of the Chinese arguments he hit China did not mouth did not know what was happening so that naive you that was ed in the nineteen at the age of the Internet that was going to explode these kinds of regimes in white clay now that does a case for saying that the age of the Internet is really good for these kinds of regimes because there is that long tradition for authoritarians wanting to know what's going on a now you can do it. You can hear what's being said at the bottom before it had to pastoral as filters and now now you just get that direct access. I mean that's a great example of this is the social credit system in China which is abhorrent to Westernise. I suppose it's completely violate any idea of privacy but the social system measures all kinds of things. It's like financial credit. There's money but also your behavior education better. You pay your taxes what you've done what if cross the street in the right way and all that has pulled together into some sort of credit score. Some people are not able to board trains because they see as dangerous and with social media. Yes I mean I think the Chinese central leadership is extremely concerned about what is actually but people are actually thinking and they tried to get a handle on that as much as they can so yes and what role does ideology still play if any in the Chinese Communist Party because you can do here and it's very hard to understand it from a Western perspective that the leadership still talks about marks a useful source of knowledge.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"This is the daily with me under milita now to take a look at the Asian newspapers. We are joined by David Slesinger, former editor in chief of Reuters and an expert on China, David we start with the global times. That's a disconcerting headline. It says Beijing readies for possible. High tech Cold War must we included. This is I think it's really important for us three member that whatever you hear about the trade war currently going on between China and the US the negotiations. Whenever happens on intellectual property or actual trade numbers. The real battle isn't about twenty nineteen. It's about twenty thirty twenty four twenty fifty and who's going to dominate the world economy, and that's going to depend who dominates artificial intelligence who dominates five Jeep at the moment. China's putting the money in the US put out a new strategic paper, but it's actually China that's put in the investment in and trying to make real gains, the Chinese communist party famously plays. Long game in a way that few western political parties, do I guess the Chinese communist party, recognizing they don't have to waste time and energy worrying about getting reelected can take the broad view. But. Is there a here yet sense of a vision of what they see this new world looking at one of those Deitz two thousand thirty two thousand forty. Well, I think with China wants to do is take all the big data, then it can get from having such a huge population and having apps throughout its population. Nearly use that to develop new ways of developing technology, new types of robotics, new applications for the technology, and that's really what's weighing to run GDP from now on okay, we'll studying in China and maintaining the theme of enormous ambitious expansionist projects by China. This is a story from the China Daily looking ahead to what it says the the blueprint for the bay area..
"chinese communist party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Certain device makers like blackberry and others have been given user data in order to build tools in it seems that some chinese manufacturers also had access to similar one of them is a hallway at believe i'm pronouncing that name correctly one of the most difficult to pronounce manufacturing aims but they they apparently were given some access in us said that that's another company with very close ties to the to the chinese communist party with considered it a national security threat in so this is another case where facebook is in the spotlight for not a good reason it just kind of intensifies this this crisis they've been going through over failing to protect personal data but of course facebook itself is banned in china correct in this probably is part of was part of their it's still is it looks like they are ending at least one of these agreements with the chinese manufacturers but this was probably part of their efforts to get into chinese market where they haven't had success so so it's not surprising that they would look for ways in day would extend any kind of agreement they have within the us manufacturer they would probably extend their but again it doesn't look like certainly the optics report andrew what what seems to be perhaps a saving graces facebook saying that no data was actually stood on chinese service right yes they're saying that the data remained on the phone and some of these cases perhaps they are it maybe maybe an especially when it really as it relates to these manufacturing issues maybe they did use it in a reasonably responsible way i think that's yet to be determined that the trouble is that there's so much information coming out the tide of opinion is certainly against them right now in it all just adds to this what looks like there's always a lag these things but it does look like this is a turning point for the company certainly perhaps stating the obvious but you know there's often a lag i think things are going to be quite differently quite different in coming years of.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
"Well i think uh stakeholders alumni donors professors only to ask questions about any uh institutional arrangements with china such as uh you know joint campuses joint decree programs uh the presence of uh what's known as confucius institutes on western campuses in particular their funded by the chinese government in off offer universities the chance to have free uh fraud teachers of chineselanguage come over um to teach on on western campuses but those things all come with strings attached in terms of uh political discourse chinese cells will be quite aggressive in trying to censor discussion of these topics like taiwan independence or two badge horror uh can of history of the chinese communist party's uh a human rights abuses things of that nature so the i think uh it it it's difficult to see what say a government could do about this i mean you you can't really legislate so uh uh all the different permutations of the of these kinds of influence uh operations by the chinese government it's it's really more that institutions have to be on their guard and uh you know cooperate with each other to um find the best practice to uh to protect academic freedom well now we've made it about seventeen minutes in this podcast without mentioning donald trump at quickly before we go on we do have one last story that we wanted to talk about in that involves malaysia and a malaysia's leader i achieve razaka who his the cotton in invitation to the white house from the trump administration and this might be a bit of a controversial decision mr in a jeep has been a high th in various ways in a tied up with political scandals back in on malaysia and it hugo can you talk a little bit uh briefly about a hut in this invitation from the trump administration and why people in washington might want to ask a couple of questions about what's going on there.
"chinese communist party" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"But four scholars who are trying to uphold the integrity of academic freedom is around the world this is pretty important fight you know we've had a if you like the battle of the soft by going on in 2012 with china and the question that everyone has to ask themselves all we happy for the chinese communist party to force the rest of the world to eu china with all its history culture and politics it the way the chinese communist party itself does four all we you know keen to maintain our own traditions of academic and intellectual inquiry and independent judgement except could eat key battle of values just give us susan war is the drove the original act is and should be what is it that made the cambridge university press decided to since these articles was it the demands of wanting to continues to do business in china and fears of central beach down or was actually do you think pressure from inside china itself people saying that you need to do this where did it come from using well it come having the the way it was delivered whereas they were setting up a server china has strict security laws the agency we're dealing with fair you know you have to this material and and at that point you know they faced a decision that has been faced in business it's been faced you know in in lots of of of other areas and the and the question is is the size of the chinese market sucked that we need to you know get cater to peculiarly chinese uh conditions in other work.