35 Burst results for "People's Republic"

Kurt Schlichter Describes His New Book 'Inferno'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:02 min | Last month

Kurt Schlichter Describes His New Book 'Inferno'

"Joining us now is Kurt schlichter, very smart patriot and author of inferno, a new book out, Kurt, welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me, Charlie. Tell us about the book right off the bat. What is it about? Look, I was a friend of Andrew breitbart like a lot of people. And he said, you got to make your own culture. So about 8 years ago, or actually about 6 years ago, I decided to start writing conservative action novels, because I was sick of taking these dumb airplane books and throwing them across the room because they were lousy. So I wrote one. And that was called people's republic. And now I'm on number 7, and I've sold like in the 6 figures of these things. People love them. This is number one. Inferno has been out since Thursday. It is number one in political fiction. It's in a top 200 and all of Amazon. And I'm trying to do what conservatives should do, which is stop whining about how everything's woke and do something myself. And these books are fun. There's action, they're shooting, but it's making fun of liberals. It's got something for everybody.

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China dismisses complaints over quarantining US diplomats

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

China dismisses complaints over quarantining US diplomats

"China's dismissed complaints from two Congress members over the quarantining of American diplomats and their family members under the country's strict COVID-19 regulations The foreign ministry says China adopts a science based and effective epidemic prevention protocol for both Chinese and foreigners coming to China without discrimination and regardless of their status all U.S. visitors accepted China's epidemic policies including post entry medical observation and health monitoring Republicans James comer of Kentucky and Michael T McCall of Texas have written to Secretary of State Antony Blinken asking for clarification on the quarantining of American diplomats and family members by the People's Republic of China I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Russia Is Losing the War in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Russia Is Losing the War in Ukraine

"The Financial Times. Russia has withdrawn submarines from its Black Sea, naval headquarters in Crimea. Why? They're afraid of getting hit by Ukrainian forces. Also in key, post Russian officials in the two self decayed separatist Republican eastern Ukraine pleaded Monday to urge for Russia and urgent votes urgent votes calling on Moscow to immediately annex the territory, a sign of apparent panic that the Kremlin's war in Ukraine is failing. The appeals from Ukraine authority from the authorities in Luhansk can donate public people's republic comes as Ukrainian forces continue to extend their gains of recent days. Finally, Ukraine shut down more Russian planes yesterday, a total of 55 planes have now been brought down. Russia is losing that war. Russia is losing that war.

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"people republic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"people republic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"The People's Republic of China can always be relied upon to react with volcanic fury at the mildest acknowledgment of Taiwan by even the most modest entity. Earlier this year, for example, China embargoed imports from Lithuania, a country roughly one 500th China's size after Lithuania not only permitted Taiwan to open a representative office in Vilnius, but to call it a Taiwanese representative office. So when Nancy Pelosi speaker of the United States House of Representatives, America's third most senior political figure announced her intention to visit Taiwan this week, there were many who wondered if this might be the most ill judged diplomatic outreach since archduke Franz Ferdinand decided to bestow the honor of a royal visit upon Sarajevo. As of this recording, at least the consequences haven't been quite that drastic, though China is staging military exercises around Taiwan which have been notably belligerent even by China's standards where Taiwan is concerned. It is a reminder of the stakes in play, especially in a year where we have seen another nuclear armed power attempt to reclaim what it insists is its rightful property. Why did Nancy Pelosi go to Taiwan has her visit helped in the slightest with anything? And are we beginning to see a new willingness by the democratic world to demonstrate its values to tyrannies. This is the foreign desk. The Chinese

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How Is Putin Feeling Right Now? Rebekah Koffler Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 4 months ago

How Is Putin Feeling Right Now? Rebekah Koffler Explains

"Let's do a little bit of red teaming the CIA's famous for during the Cold War writing the psychological profiles of the enemy like a khrushchev or Saddam Hussein. How is Putin thinking right now? So we've had a war since February is he confident? Is he feeling strong? The latest report from the UK is that 50,000 Russian soldiers have been killed already in Ukraine. So if you were back at DIA, if you were consulting for the administration, riding the psychological profile of where is Vladimir Putin today, what kind of words would you use? Putting his feelings strong. Yes, he has already chopped off about 20%, one 5th of Ukraine, very strategic areas. The so called the Donetsk and Lorentz people's republics. This is where the industrial heartland is of Ukraine, all of the coal mines, the deposit of very high quality coal, minerals, he is also blockading right now the grains, the exports that Ukraine, traditionally, is famous for and which allow Ukraine to feed basically their own people. While they can't get them out, and all those talks, the trilateral talks of the authoritarian trio, Erdoğan, raisi and Putin, the threesome, the bromance, threesome that's going on right now, in terms of the exporting and releasing Ukraine's grains now, I'm not very optimistic. This is all a charade each of them have the wrong agendas and those agendas do not include Ukraine and releasing the hunger. They alleviating rather the hunger. Yeah, to have Erdoğan of turkey and Putin integrand together that is not a not a safe combination.

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Ukraine and Russia: What you need to know right now - Reuters

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Ukraine and Russia: What you need to know right now - Reuters

"The leader of Russia backed separatists who control part of Ukraine's eastern donets region says his administration will nationalize some of the ships in the port of mariupol Dennis prus has been quoted by a Russian state news agency saying some of the vessels will come under the jurisdiction of the Donetsk people's republic the relevant decisions have been made It isn't immediately clear whether he was referring to Ukrainian vessels or ships from other countries Kyiv has accused Russia of blocking its seaports and hindering grain exports helping to fuel a global food crisis Moscow has sought to pin the blame on the west and the sanctions It's imposed on Russia

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Ukrainian troops surrendering at Mariupol registered as POWs

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Ukrainian troops surrendering at Mariupol registered as POWs

"The Russian military have announced hundreds more Ukrainian fighters have surrendered at the steel plant in southeastern Ukraine Russia's defense ministry spokesman Igor konashenkov confirmed over 770 Ukrainian fighters had laid down their arms at the azov style steel mill in mariupol He also said Russian authorities would treat the wounded although in need of inpatient treatments are receiving assistance in medical institutions of the danesh people's republic footage released by the Russian military showed Ukrainian soldiers standing in line as Russian military officers meticulously inspected their belongings While Ukraine said it hopes to get the soldiers back in a prisoner swap Russia threatened to put some of them on trial for war crimes I am Karen

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Amber Athey on the Baby Formula Shortage Happening in Biden's America

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 7 months ago

Amber Athey on the Baby Formula Shortage Happening in Biden's America

"I am so excited to bring our next guest on to the show. She's been a longtime friend of mine. She does tremendous work. Amber athlete, she's the Washington editor, the spectator, and she is the host of the unfit to print podcast amber. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you so much for having me. It's great to be here. It's great to have you. Now, amber, you are unfortunately living in the swamp. So I can't remember really not what to talk. I live in California, the people's republic. So, you know, here we are. We're slumming it in blue ville. But nevertheless, you have been doing some tremendous work, I mean, really for since you became the Washington editor of the spectator. I've been paying really close attention. You were obviously at the daily caller before that. But you've been doing tremendous work. Tell us about this baby formula shortage, all right? So this is now something we are hearing about like little whispers about for a little while. And now it seems like it's exploding onto the scene. What's going on? What's behind it? Tell us what's happening here. Yeah, just until a couple of days ago, this was a really undercover story. No one was really paying attention outside of the parents who were, of course, scrambling to find food for their babies. And now it seems to really have exploded onto the media scene. Thanks to the work of a few moms out there who are really just very vocal about this on social media. And what's happening is there's a massive shortage about 40% of the normal market for baby formula is basically nonexistent right now. And that's due to a couple of reasons. Some of it is the leftover supply chain issues from the pandemic and the lockdown. But there was also a major recall of one of the largest domestic manufacturers products that are called Abbott. They're based out of Michigan. And the FDA had this investigation a couple of months ago and pulled most of their product off the market, but oddly enough, Abbott says, you know, we fixed the issues with our formula and yet the FDA has not given us approval to start producing product again. And so that's contributing to this shortage and

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"people republic" Discussed on This American President

This American President

04:29 min | 7 months ago

"people republic" Discussed on This American President

"Despite his unspectacular political style, he enjoyed impressive political success. Bush was, in many ways, the key figure in one of America's foremost political dynasties. His father Prescott Bush was a U.S. senator from Connecticut and a strong supporter of president Dwight D. Eisenhower. Bush's own son, George W. Bush, would go on to serve as governor of Texas, and as the 43rd president of the United States. His second son, Jeb Bush, served as governor of Florida. George H. W. Bush himself was called to serve his country continuously for over half a century. After serving in World War II, he became a U.S. congressman from Texas, ambassador to the United Nations, chief diplomat to the People's Republic of China, director of the CIA, and eventually vice president. It's often said that presidents are known for focusing primarily on either foreign policy or domestic policy. Bush, like many other Cold War presidents, was focused primarily on foreign policy. And had the unique opportunity to learn from the successes and failures of the multiple presidents he served during the Cold War. For example, as UN ambassador and liaison to the People's Republic of China, when he served in the Nixon and foreign administrations, bush participated firsthand in America's detente policy. And he saw how that played out in the context of the Cold War. Bush had a front row seat to Nixon and his national security adviser, Henry Kissinger, two grand strategists, exercising their influence over the Soviet Union and China. Bush was an intensely loyal vice president to president Reagan. Supporting Reagan's hard line against the Soviets, as well as a new relationship that Reagan forge with Gorbachev. Throughout the Cold War, the American people constantly face the possibility of nuclear annihilation. They lived through decades of crises, wars in Korea and Vietnam, confrontations in Berlin and Cuba. When the Berlin Wall came crashing down in 1989. And the Soviet Union later collapsed in 1991. The world was in uncharted territory. Although there was great optimism, there was also a fear that these tremendous changes could spin out of control. With this thought in mind, America looked to Bush, respected for his steady leadership. To navigate the complexities of the Soviet collapse and master the rapidly changing global environment. How Bush handled this awesome responsibility is the subject of this episode of this American president. George H. W. Bush took office on January 20th, 1989. 200 years after George Washington's inauguration, a milestone in.

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Have We Overestimated Russia's Capabilities? Lee Smith Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 8 months ago

Have We Overestimated Russia's Capabilities? Lee Smith Explains

"You a question here. And there's been a lot of chatter about this. Do you think that the Russian military very well might have been overrated, overestimated just from a pure analysis? Have you as an international affairs expert been underwhelmed by their ability to take land or have you actually been impressed? What's your analysis of that? Because there's a lot of intrigue amongst the American people of did we just get a window into how Russia really isn't as strong as they say they are or are they holding back? What's your insight into that? Well, look, I mean, the nature, the nature of the conflict has changed. No, I don't think, again, talking about the way that this is described through Washington, right? You look at the papers, you look at The New York Times this morning, and they're talking again about Vladimir being crazy. Vladimir Putin being isolated, right? Vladimir Putin is not isolated. Vladimir Vladimir Putin right now is supported by the People's Republic of China, right? This is the new block rising in east we're seeing rising in Eastern Europe with China, Russia, as well as Iran. Here's something else about this new block rising. And what I talk about information being choked off by our own national security establishment, right? Joe Biden, the Biden administration is imposing sanctions on Vladimir Putin, Ukraine related sanctions. At the same time, Vladimir Putin's foreign diplomats are negotiating with the Iranians on behalf of the Joe Biden White House to legalize Iran's nuclear weapons program. What that will do is it will flood Vladimir Putin's war chest with at least $10 billion more than enough to offset the sanctions that Biden has imposed on Putin and his regime, right?

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AG Merrick Garland Announces Charges Against Russian Oligarch

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 8 months ago

AG Merrick Garland Announces Charges Against Russian Oligarch

"One Merrick Garland at the department of injustice today I want you to listen to this and there's a reason for it Cut 6 mister producer go Today we are announcing several actions that Justice Department has taken to disrupt and prosecute criminal activity associated with the Russian regime The first action we are announcing today is the unsealing of an indictment charging Russian oligarch Constantine malefic with sanctions violations As indictment charges the Treasury Department previously identified male F as one of the main sources of financing for Russians promoting separatism in Crimea and for providing material support for the so called Donetsk people's republic I'm all for it I'm all for him doing this Absolutely 100% But we have in our own White House We have in our own White House A man who's serving in the Oval Office It was families taken money From the wife of the former mayor of Moscow another oligarch Why isn't he taking direct action on that As the attorney general why is he announcing this and not the other

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Steve Mosher Talks About the Two Big Bullies of Asia: Xi and Putin

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:36 min | 9 months ago

Steve Mosher Talks About the Two Big Bullies of Asia: Xi and Putin

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome back to the podcast Stephen mosher is the president of the population research institute, a leading authority on China, his latest book is called bully of Asia. Steve, thanks for joining me. It was delighted to have you on the podcast a little while ago, but here we are with the Ukraine conflict raging, and I thought it'd be interesting to look at what's happening in Ukraine, but try to do it from the eyes of China. China, of course, is one of the major players in the world, along with Russia, and a new have an article in the New York Post in which you say the Chinese, although they're making noises to the effect that they're a little distressed about all this and they're hoping for a negotiated settlement that that's not really their real view. So talk about that. Well, no, it isn't, of course, China, I think, helped to encourage Putin to invade Ukraine. And they did it for multiple reasons. And they did it in multiple ways. The first way they did it was by signing 15 different agreements. Between China and Russia for the purchase of Russian made goods, commodities, and oil and gas critically oil and gas China will be purchasing a lot of Russian oil and gas from now on. They're now going to be purchasing a lot of wheat. In other words, the very products that we may be sanctioning and are sanctioning are now being purchased by the People's Republic of China. In other words, economically, the Russians can look to China as a market for their goods. So they don't need to worry as much about western sanctions. And these agreements, including a 5000 word statement talking about the friendship between Russia and China and how they're going to cooperate strategically. Those things didn't get done overnight. This was months and months and months in the making. And I found something very interesting. In my research, four months ago, China and Russia signed a new shipping agreement. So that China would be buying the grain and the oil and natural gas at the Russian ports. Normally, you ship the goods and then when they arrive in Chinese ports, China buys them. The shipper, the producer is responsible for getting the good safely from the first country one, the country too. Now China's reversed it. Why? Because they were anticipating and embargo. They were anticipating sanctions, and they said, we'll buy your oil, Vladimir Putin at the port so that the United States and NATO will not be able to intercept it and

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"people republic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:38 min | 10 months ago

"people republic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Emma Nelson 7 47 here in London, 8 47 in Paris. Now large demonstrations have been taking place in cities around the world over the past few days in protest at Russia's invasion of Ukraine in Canada, which is home to the largest Ukrainian population outside Ukraine and Russia thousands of demonstrated in cities across the country and Monica's bureau chief in Toronto Thomas Lewis was at the rally in Toronto on Sunday, and heard from some of those, asking them why they'd chosen to join in. Maybe a trade Ukraine. And now they don't want to admit they don't want to make a full scale. They don't want to shut down sweet and now they're talking about just cutting off sweet just for a couple of banks. It's not going to change anything. They betrayed Ukraine. International community definitely should protect the air in Ukraine. Without a doubt. And swift, that's like minimal. They can do. That's no Canadian or no western person will die if they just cut off sweet. But it will be significant damage to the economy of Russia. But better than that, they should protect the air over Ukraine. We will be able to deal with Russians if air will be protected. Even if it's not protected, we will be killing we are. We will be dealing and destroying their planes, but we need support from the west. We are from the nets from the nears. People republic. They stole my city. I can not go back. I'm not going to let them do the same thing to my country. I haven't been back to my hometown for 8 years because of Russia. And now they're trying to do the same for the whole country. We should not let them do it. With the world should help Ukraine. This is a time. It's now a it's just now help Ukraine, please. My grandparents all came from Ukraine. I was born here, but I really feel that everyone in Ukraine is my family. There's a lot of descendants that I have. Citizens are making more cocktails and also other industries are making them now too. And I can't even imagine myself like throwing one making one, but I've learned the resilience of Ukrainian people. I learned in myself and realized where I come from and we're all just ready to stand up and bear arms and you learn fast. You learn quick. Learn how to shoot a rifle, learn how to defend yourself, stand up in front of a tank, and I'm just so proud of them. I realized that respond to nuclear state is always very hard at must be waiting. It's very hard. But I think world comes to realization that doing nothing will not stop Putin. And as he now threats, he actually put his strategic nuclear forces on extra alert, basically his threatened world is nuclear war. And it's not because world threatened him just because I think because he's just a crazy old man. He's out of his mind completely. And the wars just can not do nothing because doing nothing encourage Putin to do even more damage to Ukraine to Europe to the world itself. Do nothing is not an option. And that was Monaco's Thomas Louisa reporting from Toronto finally on today's show. It's time to take a look at the Russian economy. Over the last few days, we've seen widespread sanctions put in place by the west, designed to stifle Russia, but what impact are these policies having so far? Well, earlier we heard from hossack Lee, makiyama, his director of the European center for international political economy, who had this update. The individual sanctions are pretty symbolic. We know for a fact that Putin and foreign minister Lavrov unlikely to have any savings in EU banks. And so the cabinet members and the commander in chief who have also been sanctioned. But what we are basically looking at is a massive asset free of Central Bank foreign exchange reserves, which is somewhere around €600 billion. This is basically Russia's war chest. And this is actually the world's fourth largest foreign exchange reserves. And which would have lost well for Russian economy at least a year to keep the economy going without actually getting any revenues in. So effectively by seizing somewhere around between 40 and 50% of the foreign exchanges that are in western controlled banks and other deposits. Means that basically the timeline or the deadline of Russia has been effectively halved. And this is a significant step, of course. And in addition to the removal of at least three banks in Russia, who will be disconnected from swift. That was possibly makiyama there. Well, let's hear now from Helen Morrissey, senior pensions and retirement analyst at Hargreaves lansdown. Good morning. Helen, just tell us while the fighting is continuing the Russian economy has been rocked by sanctions. And so we're going to see a really, really big effect from these sanctions, whilst basically happening is that Russia is kind of being disconnected from the world's economy. People just aren't doing business and pushing anymore. So we've seen banque assets being frozen. They companies, I'm using BPs. And as an example, termination relationships with Russian companies, we're also seeing individuals have the sanctions placed against them, the most they should leave. We've seen the decision to remove Russia from the swift network, which is something that's described as like almost like a financial artery, allowing cross border transactions between financial institutions. Now, Russian uses this a lot of Brits oil and gas business. And if they can't access swift, it makes it very, very difficult for them to continue to do business. And when do we actually see these sanctions beginning to bite economically to Russians? We've already seen a run on the banks as people are worried that their money is going to be absolutely worthless, very soon. Yeah, I mean, I think we are already seeing the impact of that as you say that the ruble has trumbull to that is having a massive impact on the savings and purchasing power of Russian people. We've also seen treasury increases almost over doubling to 20%. Now, if you are a saver, that school, but what if your service isn't any kind of debt, mortgages, there's lots of concern amongst the Russian people about being able to access the money. We're seeing queues a bank for people wanting to withdraw their money. If this happens a lot, that could cause problems that are banks themselves. There's also concerns about the price of food going up, you know, because you potentially see panic buying offset items as people look to stockpile ahead of price prices. Are you surprised at the speed of Russia's isolation? And the absolute global response that's happened. And yeah, I'm very surprised by just how quickly this has happened because there was a lot of discussion because you wishes key card here is the it is a massive global supplier of oil and gas. And so either we're concerned. For instance in the UK, we are not that reliant on Russia. For instance, Germany are. And so the concerns, the some EU countries, for instance, wouldn't want to disconnect your shift from the swift network because they don't want to see their oil and gas supply to short days. So it's actually amazing to see swift kind of reaction globally to standard want to make these sanctions. And how much are we looked at the likes of Shell and BP are now out of investments in Russia and in a European depositors are fleeing spare bank. How much.

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"people republic" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"people republic" Discussed on WTOP

"And shower door needs visit dulles glass dot com Dulles glass love your glass Continuing to follow the latest developments out of Ukraine the battle for Kyiv is underway Russian troops are closing in on the capitol explosions and gunfire have been heard in the city for many hours It is now a little before 6 a.m. in Kyiv for the first time Russian tanks have rolled into the city This all created fears of wider war in Europe triggering new international efforts to stop Moscow All this is Russia vetoed a UN Security Council resolution just this evening It was calling on Moscow to stop its attack and withdraw those troops Kazakhstan which is one of Russia's closest allies and the southern neighbor is denying a request for its troops to join the offensive in Ukraine NBC News reports Kazakhstan is also not recognizing the Russia created breakaway republics upheld by Vladimir Putin as a pretext for this war Meantime The White House is freezing the assets of Russian president Vladimir Putin and the foreign minister Sergei Lavrov the Treasury Department announced the sanctions shortly after the European Union said it also approved a freeze against Putin and Lavrov as part of a broader package of sanctions against Russia British prime minister Boris Johnson tells NATO leaders Britain will also move to impose sanctions against the pair The United States is still considering ways it could help the Ukrainian military Of course not a single American boot can be on the ground in Ukraine It's not a NATO country But among those is the option of training Ukrainian forces remotely if Russia takes over that country The overall goal here is to try to support the government But there's a big hedge and a big caveat there And that is as long as the government remains viable And that basically means it's zelensky stays in the country and stays in power And if those two things stay the same you can expect the U.S. to continue to try to support Ukrainian people and their government Axios correspondent Hans Nichols on WTO We're hearing from a Silver Spring man who is now in Kyiv fighting for his ancestral homeland The situation is getting a whole lot more dire He is stationed in a church in Ukraine's capital city and today George sieve a former journalist with no military experience says he's been armed by Ukraine's government We went over to the police station which is just a couple blocks away And they handed out these AK-74s As he took the weapon he remembers asking himself could he use it This is I once said no you're never going to take another human life you know I could now another troubling thing he witnessed he says officials at the police station burning all their documents Mike Morello WTO news An award winning pizzeria is opening a location in Northern Virginia That's coming up in money news in a couple of minutes February is beautiful at hill with a saint museum and gardens Tour the mansion and be dazzled by the unrivaled collection of French and Russian decorative art come stroll through the 13 acres of formal gardens and don't miss the special exhibition The luxury of clay porcelain past and.

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China balances view on Ukraine invasion

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

China balances view on Ukraine invasion

"China's holding back from labeling Russia's attack on Ukraine an invasion what up holding the sanctity of territorial sovereignty in England to its own insistence that Taiwan is part of China China's ministry of foreign affairs spokeswoman one when been says the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries should be respected and maintained one goes on at the same time we also see that the issue of Ukraine has its own complex on special historical merits we understand Russia's legitimate concerns on security issues at a press briefing one did not answer questions about whether China would recognize the self proclaimed tonics until hence people's republics in Ukrainian territory claimed by Russia as independent states I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"people republic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"people republic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I don't get this This is from Politico which is a reliably left wing site but nonetheless Department of Justice shuts down China focused anti espionage program Now we hit on this the other day but not enough The China initiative is being cast aside largely because of perceptions that it unfairly painted Chinese Americans and U.S. residents of Chinese origin is disloyal A listen to this by grouping cases under the China initiative rubric we help give rise to a harmful perception That the department applies a lowered standard to investigate and prosecute criminal conduct related to that country or that we in some way view people with racial ethnic or familial ties to China differently So this is an attorney general for a national security Matthew Olson For delivery the George Mason university in Virginia But justice's top national security official insisted that the decision amounted to a reframing and recalibration not an abandonment Of muscular law enforcement response to the national security threat posed by the People's Republic of China So let me get this straight Communist China is it's not even a close second is by far number one in terms of stealing our information They massive espionage program in our own country The FBI has said to the greatest threat the CIA has said that the greatest threat everybody knows they're the greatest threat But we should eliminate this initiative which was supported by Democrats and Republicans alike when it was first put in place Because it creates a pejorative about Chinese people

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Politico: DOJ Shuts Down China-Focused Anti-Espionage Program

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 10 months ago

Politico: DOJ Shuts Down China-Focused Anti-Espionage Program

"I don't get this This is from Politico which is a reliably left wing site but nonetheless Department of Justice shuts down China focused anti espionage program Now we hit on this the other day but not enough The China initiative is being cast aside largely because of perceptions that it unfairly painted Chinese Americans and U.S. residents of Chinese origin is disloyal A listen to this by grouping cases under the China initiative rubric we help give rise to a harmful perception That the department applies a lowered standard to investigate and prosecute criminal conduct related to that country or that we in some way view people with racial ethnic or familial ties to China differently So this is an attorney general for a national security Matthew Olson For delivery the George Mason university in Virginia But justice's top national security official insisted that the decision amounted to a reframing and recalibration not an abandonment Of muscular law enforcement response to the national security threat posed by the People's Republic of China So let me get this straight Communist China is it's not even a close second is by far number one in terms of stealing our information They massive espionage program in our own country The FBI has said to the greatest threat the CIA has said that the greatest threat everybody knows they're the greatest threat But we should eliminate this initiative which was supported by Democrats and Republicans alike when it was first put in place Because it creates a pejorative about Chinese people

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"people republic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"people republic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Attack on the people of Ukraine For weeks for weeks we have been warning that this would happen And now it's unfolding largely as we predicted Biden unveiled another round of sweeping economic sanctions against Russia they target Russian banks oligarchs state controlled companies and high-tech sectors with Biden adding They were designed not to disrupt global energy markets We have purposefully designed these sanctions to maximize a long-term impact on Russia and to minimize the impact in the United States and our allies Biden says this is a dangerous moment for all of Europe And the next few weeks will be especially hard on the people of Ukraine The Russian military is already effectively eliminated Ukraine's air defenses and rapidly advanced toward the capital of Kyiv Russian president Vladimir Putin gave his own address earlier today justifying the attack saying it was a matter of security for the breakaway republics He says it was the west that created the fundamental threats that prompted his actions He speaks here through an interpreter Circumstances require firm and immediate actions from us Don bosses people's republic as for help from Russia I decided to conduct a special military operation Putin ended his speech saying anyone who tries to get in their way should know that Russia's answer will be immediate And it will lead to consequences of the sort we've never faced in our history Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists.

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"people republic" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"people republic" Discussed on WGN Radio

"With our previous guest who is in Kyiv as he pronounces it again there have been so many pronunciations We'll just say assume that that is correct The capital of Ukraine He says that in fact Russian tanks are already in the easternmost Ukrainian province of Donetsk The other region over there that has been recognized as independent by Vladimir Putin Which is none of his business incidentally is Lou Gantz but for the record that's what Brian stern I guess and previous hours says that it has begun There's been no official confirmation of that from the United States to this date although it's certainly does seem to be unfolding Of course but a Clayton Neville has a bit more about just exactly what is taking place In a recorded address to his country Russian president Vladimir Putin signed a decree recognizing two separatist regions of Ukraine as independent Law Hanks people's republics have been pushing for many their loyal to Moscow in response British prime minister Boris Johnson said things are headed the wrong direction in Ukraine This is plainly in breach of international law It's a violation of flagrant violation of the sovereignty and integrity of Ukraine Putin plans to send troops into the separatist regions but insists their job is to keep the peace He calls.

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Putin says he may recognize Ukraine breakaway regions "today"

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Putin says he may recognize Ukraine breakaway regions "today"

"Russian president Vladimir Putin has convened top officials to consider recognizing the independence of separatist regions in eastern Ukraine and Russia nationalist to initialization is a mature speech person says the goal of the meeting today is to listen to our colleagues on laptop all next moves in this matter meaning both the requests by the leaders of the Donetsk people's Republic and Luhansk people's Republic to Russia all seem to recognize the sovereignty leaders of the region and released televised statements pleading with Putin to acknowledge them as independent states and son friendship treaties visiting military aid to protect them from what they describe as an ongoing Ukrainian military offensive you could you know authorities deny launching any offensive and accused Russia of provocation I'm

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"people republic" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"people republic" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Up colour revolutions how they happened in Libya how they have been on a lot of the Slavic countries. Happen in Ukraine and and what a colour revolution is in. Let's say Cliff notes version As you jen up chaos just chaos after chaos after chaos and slowly, But surely you get a change of regime. That's what that is, and and the media jumps in, and it's been orchestrated a lot of it through our state department. And what Flynn points out. Is that we have a colour revolution had one in America, and we did. The November 2020 election was a colour revolution. Well, the all of 2020 was. That's what all that stuff in the streets was all about. That's it. That's what happened and they overturned a sitting president and brought in a regime Joe Biden and crew that are now going so far as we told you in the first segment of the show. Using occupational health standards, bureaucracy and in the government OSHA to hide any type of reporting on any ill effects from the vaccine, and at the same time fine employers for not forcing their employees to get vaccines and companies with 100 or more employees. What word is that Come from? That's straight up just dictatorial fascism really ugly part of it, too. You don't want this vaccine. We're going to force you to take it. We'll wait. It's not to them against vaccines. I don't want this experimental chemical shoved in my body. God bless those that have had it made that choice. It's their choice. But I don't want it. Well, I'm sorry You're taking it or else And if you don't, I'm going to $5000 fine from OSHA per employee. So you're taking her on firing you? That's what's coming down people. And then of course, somebody will get it Have l effect. Oh, man, I've got tingling and I got neuropathy. I got this. I got that, Uh, don't report that through Ocean of Now back to this food piece, real quick, Couple more paragraphs. Er, What This is about is anniversary council is getting into, uh, which is insane. I'm sure other city councils are around the country where they're they're looking upon. It's their responsibility to collectively act to make sure everybody's eating healthy and then everything is all funneled through sustainability and diversity and equity and inclusion. As opposed to just going to buy some steaks. Yeah, well bark barbecue out back. No, no, no, You can't do that, because we're gonna be living on vegetation now. Now the mayor times in And, uh, The mayor Chris Taylor. Said he is delighted the issue of food as part of the city's a 20 plan and the city's sustainability office is working on the city has a sustainability office. What that means is somebody sits there with nothing really to do with any kind of Club substance of fact, and they come up with things based on the fact that the world's going to heat up and we're all going to die. If we don't hire more black people. We got to hear more black people or else we're all going to die and we got to stop using these cars. And if we don't we're not going to be eating vegetables soon because everything will die on the planet. That kind of stuff. That's what they do. The sustainability office encourages community members to make food choices that consider organic products support and preserve rural communities are healthy and nutritious. Respect. Farm animals provide farmers with fair wages are free of added toxins are grown locally, do not harm health of farm workers. Are in season and have minimal packaging states. The Resolution Council approved unanimously now I think one of the things that's just jumps out right there are in season And what if you want to eat something that's not in season one? You go somewhere else and get it so you can have it all year around. That's convenient. You know what? Convenient. Come on. You're still like a white guy. Acknowledging food deserts exists in the region. That's what they're saying. Here. Put Fed food. Desert Food Desert is where there is no food. Is there any place in the People's Republic of Ann Arbor? There's no food. Have you noticed that the people's Republic of and number for the past 20 years has been a restaurant theme park? It's a restaurant freaking theme park. That's about all it's got going for it. Well that in the game the game Acknowledging food deserts exist in the region that a 20 plan includes an equity focus. Mm, calling for ensuring everyone in the city, especially low income residents can have access to healthier, nutritious food options. Now, at the end of this piece, this comes down on em Live, which is nothing more than propaganda arm of the People's Republic of Ann Arbor. It's their propaganda organ. Now here's this is more from the Ann Arbor News. That's the real, uh, propaganda organ for the People's Republic fan number right there. How a vague and diet could fit into an arbors carbon neutrality plan. Why would anybody want to read that? But it's there now. Next item. Downtown Ann Arbor Lot long envisioned as future green space gets new code of asphalt. Next one literally power to the people and ArmorGroup gearing up for ballot campaign. I wonder what that's all about? Will it be ballot harvesting doing? Never lie aims to protect Night skies from light pollution. Oh, yeah, Let's tell people what Let's take and put on what life they can't put on and how long they can leave them Odd. You know, I'm told and I don't know somebody could maybe call us up and let us know. I heard I heard now in the People's Republic of Ann Arbor. There's some kind of shuck and jive Revolution a resolution rather where you have to turn your lights off at a certain time. If you're downtown, that's insane. How is it? The city can tell anybody turn their lights on or turn them off. So there you go. Lindsey X. Thank you for sharing that with me. But I really wanted to get into was not that shuck and jive. I want to get into this this black rock thing again. Here's something that you can't do a damn thing about, But you must know about this stuff. Because it's going to affect your life. Big time. Black rock right now is becoming an organ of the state. Ah, Communist Chinese Party. Really, But global global, uh, state overarching, deep state if you want to call it that the ones that took trump down with the cool This is a piece by Benjamin Weingarten. Comes down from the epic times. 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Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Long-Term Ally to Beijing?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Long-Term Ally to Beijing?

"Is the upcoming election in honduras in central america causing a storm over fourteen thousand kilometers away in east asia. The answer is the country's longstanding relationship with taiwan which china claims as its own territory and allegations that beijing is trying to undermine the historical ties between taipei and all seagull palm. Well some some ellis bloomberg's taipei bureau chief. And he's on the line with more something. Can you begin by filling us in on that relationship between taiwan and honduras. Well hundreds is one of taiwan's last few remaining official diplomatic allies so one of the last few countries anywhere in the world. The officially view taiwan as a country so photon The importance of maintaining as many of these last fifteen allies as possible is huge. Like it is Really crucial to maintaining. It's the tight covered. Taipei governments claimed that. Taiwan is a sovereign independent country separate from the people's republic china. Now of course the relations that These last few allies have with taiwan officially the republic of china taiwan the state. And taiwan's official name. You know a legacy. Leftover from the government that used to rule china before the people's republic had sleds to taiwan during the civil war. And so you know over the last eight years. More and more countries have been switching recognition to beijing. As the people's republic of china is the official government of china. So y- taiwan is is very much invested in maintaining these last few allies as as possible Because it really does. Maintain this claim that taiwan suffered sovereign independent

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"people republic" Discussed on History Accounts

History Accounts

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"people republic" Discussed on History Accounts

"Chinese cultural revolution has roots back to the late fifties in early nineteen sixties from nineteen sixty six to nineteen seventy six with the encouragement and supporter and support of the leader of china. Many young people rose up in an effort to purge the nation of the four olds old customs old culture old habits and old ideas the cultural revolution or also known as the great proletarian coach. Revolution would have a far-reaching and ruinous impact on china. After driving the chinese nationalist government or the combing dong from china. The chinese communist party or ccp establish itself is the leading and ruling organization of the people's republic of china on october first nineteen forty-nine majdan declared the creation of the people's republic of china from the ccp's beginning it had relied on and sought financial and political support from the soviet union. Joseph stalin the soviet union's leader had helped mao become the leader of the while mile faithfully followed stalin. Their personal relationship was not always cozy. Mile was always a little jealous and resentful toward stalin. Mao felt he paid his communist. Do's and he believed he was the more proven revolutionary. When you consider the number of people in china at that time that he pulled or forced into the communist nearly a quarter of the world's population then mile had a point when joseph stalin died in eighteen fifty three mile was eager to claim the leadership role of the socialist camp.

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The Chinese Cultural Revolution

History Accounts

02:00 min | 1 year ago

The Chinese Cultural Revolution

"Chinese cultural revolution has roots back to the late fifties in early nineteen sixties from nineteen sixty six to nineteen seventy six with the encouragement and supporter and support of the leader of china. Many young people rose up in an effort to purge the nation of the four olds old customs old culture old habits and old ideas the cultural revolution or also known as the great proletarian coach. Revolution would have a far-reaching and ruinous impact on china. After driving the chinese nationalist government or the combing dong from china. The chinese communist party or ccp establish itself is the leading and ruling organization of the people's republic of china on october first nineteen forty-nine majdan declared the creation of the people's republic of china from the ccp's beginning it had relied on and sought financial and political support from the soviet union. Joseph stalin the soviet union's leader had helped mao become the leader of the while mile faithfully followed stalin. Their personal relationship was not always cozy. Mile was always a little jealous and resentful toward stalin. Mao felt he paid his communist. Do's and he believed he was the more proven revolutionary. When you consider the number of people in china at that time that he pulled or forced into the communist nearly a quarter of the world's population then mile had a point when joseph stalin died in eighteen fifty three mile was eager to claim the leadership role of the socialist camp.

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"people republic" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"people republic" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

"I went back to sleep but she phoned again. A few minutes later and said another plane just hit the other tower. I got out of bed and turn on the radio. The only thing anyone seemed to know for sure was the planes had both departed from boston. Perhaps i thought it was a group of crazy red sox fans i know that sounds absurd but back then i lived in boston and bostonians were always talking about how much they wanted to kill the yankees back then. I knew as much about baseball rivalry as i knew about terrorism and al qaeda after a while my friend chris came over and we went downstairs to the people's republic. The bartender turned the tv on for us but he didn't seem to care much about what was going on. I believe we spent the entire day in that bar watching the towers fall again and again when i woke up on wednesday i decided to document this historic moment. I had a radio show at the time. It was called your radio night light and over the next few days i tried to capture the fear the paranoia and the craziness for my show the following sunday. I even took a trip to boston's logan airport to investigate my theory about the red sox fans but the security guards refused to let me into the terminal in the end i secretly recorded my conversations with a number of my friends in order to get their true feelings about nine eleven. I called the episode.

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Xi Jinping Vows China Will 'Take Down the Old World'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Xi Jinping Vows China Will 'Take Down the Old World'

"For the purpose of this interview for this discussion explained to us the significance of the hundredth anniversary of the communist revolution in two thousand nine hundred forty nine and the concept of one belt one road in how these things tied together tied together golden july. First of this year The communist party marked the centennial of its founding. Twenty forty nine will be the centennial of the establishment of the people's republic and between now and then there are certain dates that do have some significance for the communist party. But let's just take a look at what season ping said on july first. He is widely quoted as saying that We will cracks skulls and spill blood for those who stand in our way on but there was something even worse that he said Which i thought was more ominous. He said quote the communist party of china and the chinese people with their bravery internati solemnly proclaim that the chinese people are not only good at taking down the old world but also in building a new one really what siege ping was saying. Was that they were gonna take down the existing westphalian international system which recognizes the sovereignty of states. And they were going to replace it with what we were talking about. Before this notion that chinese rulers had the mandate of heaven over and by the way for people who are interested. Don't read the official chinese translation of things words because actually quite benign in a number of spots you have to read a literal english translation of the chinese. Because really what that does is it. Shows the the maliciousness of the chinese system. We're dealing with a militias ruler. Dangerous arrogant bellicose. Who wants to go out and kill people and indeed jinping has his own death toll which is now somewhere in the neighborhood of about a four and a half million

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Gordon Chang Describes How Mao Is Responsible for the Deaths of Tens of Millions

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Gordon Chang Describes How Mao Is Responsible for the Deaths of Tens of Millions

"Gordon. You mentioned mile in your discussion of china today and the fact that xi jinping is creating a semi authoritarian regime. He's not mao. Help us to understand who now is and why for some i mean we talked about communism. My parents suffered under communism stalin. Lenin these are the figures we think of but the chinese regime is the deadliest of all we are talking about. Maybe fifty sixty million people killed in. The name of karl marx is a utopia told to us about the significance of mile in the building of the communist state and the significance of now still today. Yeah now is one of the early members of the chinese communist party which was generally formed around. Nineteen twenty one. The official birthday is july. First one thousand nine hundred ninety one mile was a enormous vigor dominated china and indeed dominated asia for quite some time When mouth was successful in forming the people's republic of china which was declared on october first nineteen forty nine mao became the most powerful china's theater and eventually he pushed out others And during mouse era the death toll was staggering far beyond any other leader. People say for instance in the great leap forward Which was the campaign. Nine hundred and fifty nine thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred sixty one time of the great salmon as it's called there somewhere between thirty and seventy million people died now. In addition to that you have five million people in the cultural revolution. You've got several million here and there But maoz death total could very well be somewhere in the seventy seventy five million range other people put it less. But the point is that this was one man directly responsible for policies that resulted in the deaths of tens of millions of people

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U.S. Accuses China of Abetting Ransomware Attack

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Accuses China of Abetting Ransomware Attack

"Hack of Microsoft earlier this year that compromise tens of thousands of computers worldwide. Here's a B CS Pierre Thomas, the U. S government is accusing the Chinese government or senior elements within it directly working with criminal hackers. The NSA, FBI and Homeland security claim that the People's Republic of China has been contracting with and profiting from criminal hackers who attacked companies around the world. China also accused in a list of other cyber threats, including ransomware attacks from hackers connected to the Chinese government and targeting companies with demands for millions of dollars. Chinese not responding to this just yet, but a foreign Ministry spokesperson has said in the past Attribution of cyber attacks like this needs to be based not on what they call groundless accusations, and there's also new demands today to ban the sale of certain cyber spyware across Europe, the US and in Israel. This after it was discovered spyware from an

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"people republic" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"people republic" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

"To politics weekly. extra. I'm joanie grieve in for jonathan freedland. It's been fifty years since national security advisor. Henry kissinger made a secret trip to the people's republic of china in july nineteen seventy-one coming amid the backdrop of the cold war in the us imagination. China was red china and to the chinese. The americans were devils. So kissinger's trip marked a massive turning point in twentieth century. History there can be no stable and enduring peace without the participation of the people's republic of china and it's seven hundred and fifty million people less than a year later. President nixon himself traveled to china to meet with chairman mao. After more than two decades of no contact this was the beginning of what would become one of the world's most important and fraught bilateral relationships in the united states interest that china continues on the path of success Because we believe that a peaceful and stable and prosperous china is not only good for chinese but also good for the world and for the united states john. Young jaw is chinese american writer and journalist who grew up in beijing during the one thousand. Nine hundred seventy s. She was eleven. When the announcement came the president. Nixon would come to visit by the time nixon actually visited. I was twelve but even for someone my age. I think you had a vague sense that this was something of a watershed is going to be attorney point of some sort though i clearly. Couldn't you know grasp the real implication of it. But i think all of hanna sense. This is a beginning of something. Nearly a decade after the visit jinyan was one of the first chinese students to be allowed to study in the us on a special scholarship. Kissinger nixon's visit was absolutely critical event in my life but the lives of my generation in china. I wouldn't be alone to say that. This changed my life but despite the hopes that stemmed from that first kissinger trip to china in nineteen seventy-one this was not to be the start of beautiful friendship but rather the beginning of a pretty rocky relationship with former president donald trump and the coronavirus pandemic escalating an already fracturing. We must hold accountable. The nation which unleashed this plague onto the world. China with president biden now at the helm and the chinese economy predicted to overtake the us. In just a few years. How have relations between the two nations changed since kissinger's visit in nineteen seventy one. And what is the future of these.

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"people republic" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"people republic" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Well, they can go to JP made up dot com. Helen, I'd like to thank you for everything you have done are doing and will do what the true right Operation Freedom Dr Dave Janna Broadcasting from our ancillary bunker lead to our main feed a bunker and the People's Republic of Ann Arbor. Mm. Mhm. Are you tired of being threatened to be canceled? Just because you have a company focused on liberty and freedom. Well worry, no more. We the people processing is your go to Merchant Services, Freedom based company to provide business service payment solutions. We, the people processing provides their clients. Cancel culture free platform, which is domestically based, provides competitive rates. No contracts with next day funding fully vetted and like minded Financial infrastructure and full support for integration, implementation and e commerce efforts. Bottom line They're focuses on defending your company's free market growth, values and future visit we the people processing dot com and enter password Operation Freedom or call 855499 2024. That's we, the people processing dot com, then enter Operation Freedom as your password. Or call 855499 2024 manage the official.

"people republic" Discussed on This American President

This American President

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"people republic" Discussed on This American President

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"people republic" Discussed on This American President

This American President

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"people republic" Discussed on This American President

"February twenty eighth nineteen seventy-two andrews air force base maryland president. Richard nixon's remarks upon returning from the people's republic of china. Mr vice president members of the congress members of the cabinet members the diplomatic car. At ladies and gentlemen. I want to express my very deep appreciation. And depreciation of all of us for this wonderfully warm. Welcome to given us and for the support that we have had on the trip that we just completed from americans of both political parties in all walks of life across this land and because of the superb efforts of the hardworking members of the press who accommodated us. They got even less sleep than i did. Millions of americans in this past week have seen more of china than i did. Consequently tonight i would like to talk to you. Not about what we saw but about what we did some up the results of the trip and put it in perspective. When i announced this trip last july i described it as a journey for peace. In the last thirty years americans have in three different wars off by the hundreds of thousands to fight and some died in asia and in the pacific one of the central motives behind my journey. The china was to prevent that from happening a fourth time to another generation of america. Because i've often said peace means more than the mirror absence war. In a technical sense we were at peace with the people's republic of china before this trip but a gulf of almost twelve thousand miles and twenty two years of non-communication and hostility separated the united states of america from the seven hundred fifty million people who live in the people's republic of china. And that's one of all the people in the world. As a result of this trip we have started the long process of building a bridge across that goal. And even now we have something better than the mere absence of war. Not only have. We completed a week of intensive talks at the highest levels. We have set up a procedure whereby week and continue to have discussions in the future. We have demonstrated that nations with very deep and fundamental differences can learn to discuss those differences calmly rationally and frankly without compromising their principles. This is the basis of a structure for peace where we can talk about differences rather than fight about them. The primary goal of this trip was to reestablish communication with the people's republic of china after a generation of us still. We achieved that goal. Let me turn out to our joint communicate. We did not bring back any written or unwritten agreements that will guarantee peace in our time. We did not bring home any magic formula. Which will make unnecessary. They efforts of the american people to continue to maintain the strength so that we can continue to be free. We made some necessary and important beginnings however in several areas we entered into agreements to expand cultural educational and journalistic context between the chinese. And the american people. We agreed to work. To begin and broaden trade between our two countries we have agreed that the communications that have now been established between our governments will be strengthened and expanded most important. We have agreed on some rules of international conduct which will reduce the risk of confrontation and war in asia and the pacific. We agreed that we are opposed the domination of the pacific area by eight one power. We agree that international dispute should be settled without the use of a threat of force and we agreed that we are prepared to apply this principle to our mutual relations..

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"people republic" Discussed on This American President

This American President

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"people republic" Discussed on This American President

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"people republic" Discussed on This American President

This American President

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"people republic" Discussed on This American President

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"people republic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"people republic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"With the bike administration is what's going to put some of the steel in the In the quad capability against against the People's Republic of China. And I'm not diminishing the contributions of India, particularly the contributions of Japan, which is really capable, But what you have with the Australian defense forces is A military, which is highly experienced in modern warfare. It has been engaged in many wars as the United States since the victor turn of the 20th century. So it's It's really gone to war a lot. It's got an experienced defense force. It's highly capable it Z, Navy and air forces in particular a custom to matching high and threats. And with incredible experience in the field detail about New Zealand. How is it that they diverged? Apparently from the news so much? Offering to be an arbitrator between Australia and China and their dispute. What is different about the Kiwis that we need to know? Well, the Kiwis themselves have not changed. They are very much part of the The same e costs that which created Australia they fought with Australia has makes for you know, since the beginning of the 20th century. Um well, what we're saying is the Think you've gone a socialist government, which is a fairly for hypocritical socialist government must say, Andre, Uh, plan, Mr Justin, the return On. She is given a lot of if you like economic incentive to get the labor vote, But most most Kiwis do not think That They alone will make decisions about whether to go with the war with China or not, it's so they feel that they can Late again fly in a sense at a governmental level. I can tell you one thing. This training government is not going to rely on the good officers off just in the assert a turn. Theo broke a quite peace talks with people's Republic of China. Okay, I hope to visit some day before I make it all the way up to heaven. Grant Great Copley of defense and foreign affairs. The Editor and publisher taking this opportunity on on Australia day, huh? Ray at the Barbie to talk about the geo strategic challenges of Australia and its allies. The U. S being one of them against the PRC's Bella Casady and cruelty that now exposed in Xinjiang in Hong Kong. Certainly in the threats and South China Sea and when we come back, we're going to turn to what does this mean? For the United States. What does it mean that she didn't Ping is making a statement that he doesn't want a new Cold War which is a pretty good way in a novel to say we're in one? I'm John Bachelor. This is the job battleship. Did you already give up on the New year's resolution to fund their lose the weight you have struggled with for so long? Why spend another year struggling when it only takes 40 days lose to contractually guaranteed 20 to 40 plus pounds with NJ Diet.

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