35 Burst results for "South China"

Tom Weiler Talks Military Service, MN House Seat

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:04 min | 3 d ago

Tom Weiler Talks Military Service, MN House Seat

"People need to know story. You are a submariner. Would you tell people your service? Because I got to talk to you about Putin's threat last night because all of a sudden, every submarine or under the water all over the world is on alert. Yes, sir. And real quick, if people want to vote for Wheeler or wyler, I'll take votes for both. But yes, I was a submariner for 20 years. All things equal, I thought I'd still be driving submarines, you know, in the South China Sea or the Mediterranean, but I got a medical curveball with Parkinson's a few years back. But no, the submarine community is definitely, it's a different world this morning than it was last night. And that's unfortunate, but sort of a series of unforced errors here. I think by the Biden administration has contributed to where we are with the crises in Ukraine. Clearly, mister Putin is ultimately responsible for the tragedy occurring right there. The current war and we do need smart pragmatic commonsense leadership to bring this crisis to a resolution and stop the bloodshed.

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"south china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"south china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Do check markets every 15 minutes. And Brian, what are we looking at? Well, let's take a closer look here at the media review, the time is about 11 minutes before the top of the hour. And the South China morning post has a headline here, complete success. China tests powerful rocket engine for moon landing. So this is a piece that goes into details here. Chinese space authorities say that this engine will be used in future missions, not only to the moon, but to Mars and beyond. The story says the rocket has more than twice the thrust of a U.S. competitor to be used in the NASA led Artemis missions. TV Tokyo says Nissan will acquire a majority stake in Japanese car battery maker, vehicle, energy, Japan. The peace sites sources as saying that the automaker will spend several ¥1 billion to buy in CJ's 47% stake as well as new shares that will be issued that vehicle energy will issue. And briefly, before we get to Doug prisoner on news, the post also here in Hong Kong with China's yuan tip to slide further against the U.S. dollar, how much will Beijing tolerate this story goes into some concerns about capital flight from China. All right, ten minutes before the top of the hour, let's get the headline news with Doug prisoner Doug. A Brian Russia wants to buy millions of rockets and artillery shells from North Korea to use in its war against Ukraine. Now buying weaponry from North Korea would violate a UN arms embargo, Russia voted in favor of that embargo as a permanent member of the UN Security Council. His trust is now the third female prime minister in British history. She took office on Tuesday and pledged to immediately tackle the UK's rising cost of living. California's power use hit a record today given a punishing heat wave hitting the state and the possibility of a level three grid emergency it may be declared at 5 30 p.m. Pacific time, and that would bring with it the threat of rolling blackouts. Juul labs reached a tentative deal today to resolve a probe into its marketing and sales practices of E cigarettes. This will close a two year investigation focused on claims Juul labs targeted addictive nicotine products to teenagers. The company will pay nearly $439 million to 33 states and to Puerto Rico. That's a quick look at global news headlines Rashad. All right, well, let's get to our guest next guest. It's Edward Harrison senior market editor getting his take on the market news of the day. Thank you for joining us. Tell us about how markets may well have miss judged U.S. economic strengthen. What does that actually mean for somebody who isn't invested in particular? Yeah, I think that the markets are supposed to be forward looking and if they are, then what we've seen in terms of the data, which have been better than we expected, is that the markets were going up. And so in some sense, as you could say, that the rally and the Q three up until mid August was a result of that. The problem, however, is that even though markets have misjudged, we're now seeing a back slide. And you still have leading economic indicators pointing down to me that suggests that this is just a temporary blip arise under the onslaught of the fed, we're actually going to see more growth weakening earnings weakening. And so that makes sense when you look at the fact that markets are going down. Good look at it as Goldilocks in that if you have a fed raising interest rates to get a handle on inflation, you probably would like to have at least some strength, some underlying strength in the U.S. economy. And I know you've questioned how long it lasts. But the problem is, is that it makes the job more difficult for the fed if the economy is strong. So I suppose all things considered you really don't want Goldilocks. You want the economy to weaken inflation to be dusted off and then you move forward from there. If you're an equity investor. Yeah, Brian, that is interesting. In terms of the good news bad news a side of things. When we had the market showing that yields were coming down and that growth was probably going to roll over, that was a suggestion is that growth was going to be poor enough that the fed was going to relent, but what the feds told us is actually, you know what? We're not going to relent and when the data have been so good of late, it means the fed is more likely to push the envelope and given the fact that, as you said, Brian, I think that we're going to roll over in terms of growth. The risk of their over tightening is very high. So what are we witnessing in terms of the earnings from our various corporates right now out of the S&P 500? What do they tell us? Well, it's interesting. Bloomberg intelligence has shown that we've had the four quarter rolling earnings going down quarter after quarter. And what you see with analysts are doing, they're expecting this to be the last quarter of that. And that earnings will start to move up operating earnings. Michael Wilson of Morgan Stanley, he's their strategist. He's one of the most bearish on Wall Street. He said he actually expects in 2023 earnings to fall 3%, even in the absence of a recession. So you have sort of a dichotomy here with the street in general saying this is it earnings are going to go up from here and then you have people like Michael Wilson who are saying no, actually they're not and that's going to lead to another leg down and inequities. Given that U.S. companies tend to be pretty nimble. Is there a chance that even with a slowing economy? I mean, a big full brawny recession is one thing. But

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The Decline of America's Military With Captain Henry Hendrix (Ret.)

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | 2 months ago

The Decline of America's Military With Captain Henry Hendrix (Ret.)

"Given that huge breadth of experience in the navy in The Pentagon, reviewing the history of the United States Navy, what is the state of the U.S. Navy today? We're largely broken. The navy is too small for the task that it has been assigned. And we can see this in that the combatant commanders, the regional combat commanders, demand about a 110 ships to be forward deployed in any given moment. And in fact, we only have 298. And so we're talking about per combatant command. No, no. Total worldwide. Reagan's was what Reagan's navy was 600. 600 ships. And at that time, we maintain a 150 ships out at sea at any given moment. Serving, doing naval presence missions, power projection and everything. So right now, that's what we have total. Yeah, we have 298 total in the fleet. Serving at any one time? Yeah. And so that's why we broke in the fleet. So we didn't have enough time given the demands for all the ships to be four deployed to properly maintain them at home or train their crews. And so if you remember back to 2017, when we had three collisions and a grounding result in the deaths of American sailors at sea, it was largely because we weren't being able to do all this at home cycle because we were under demand to be forward and today we've decreased the number of ships that are forward deployed. But what that's done is created power vacuums in places like the South China Sea that other nations have stepped into to fill like China with the building of the artificial islands and so on. So really it's this decline of the navy that's invited this competition that we're seeing at sea right now.

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Author Steven Mosher Explains How China Breeds Pandemics

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:58 min | 2 months ago

Author Steven Mosher Explains How China Breeds Pandemics

"A major work is out now. I love these politically incorrect guides. I have learned an immense amount from them. And you have now a written when was it published just this week last week last month, the on off the presses, the publication date was this week, and so the politically incorrect guy to pandemics. I love it. There's no doubt it is now on my list to read because it's you and because it's the subject. So give me, give me some examples of a politically incorrect take on pandemics. Well, first of all, people need to know that China is the great breeding ground of pandemics, especially under the Chinese Communist Party. That back in 1958, there was something called the Asian fluid killed a million people around the world. Why? Because when it originated in South China in the province of guizhou in the southwest of China, the Chinese Communist Party covered it up. It did not see fit to notify the World Health Organization that there was a dangerous new virus on the loose, the tens of thousands of Chinese were dying. And it became a pandemic and spread around the world. Only later did genetic evidence trace it back to China. A far too late to do any good in terms of curbing the pandemic. Same thing happened again. Same playbook, 1967, 68, with what was called the Hong Kong flu. Now, Dennis, it wasn't the Hong Kong flu. It was the Mainland China flu, the people of Hong Kong were furious at being having it mislabeled. But China did the same thing. The Chinese Communist Party did not notify the World Health Organization, covered up the epidemic, let it spread around the world until over a million people died. But the real, the real troubling episode and the one that should have clued us into the danger from China as the great breeding ground of pandemics happened in 2002, 2003. This was the SARS one coronavirus epidemic. We're living through the SARS two. SARS one happened. I began in November 16th of 2002, when a snake cellar in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong became ill with a coronavirus, a snake coronavirus, in that case, not a bad coronavirus. And he died fairly quickly after that. Thousands of people died in China in the months following. And what did China do? The Chinese Communist Party hid the breakout of this deadly coronavirus. It silenced whistleblowers. It did not notify the World Health Organization, and it was only when Canadian intelligence thank God, Canadian intelligence services picked up wire transmissions in China about the spread of a dangerous new virus that the world went to China and said, what's going on and China belatedly admitted that it had an epidemic on its hands

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Authorities in south China apologize over COVID-19 break-ins

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Authorities in south China apologize over COVID-19 break-ins

"Authorities in southern China say sorry for breaking into the homes of people who have been taken to a quarantine hotel in the latest example of heavy handed virus prevention measures that have sparked a rare public backlash State media says 84 homes in an apartment complex in one zoo city's liwan district had been opened in an effort to find any close contacts hiding inside and to disinfect the premises According to the global times newspaper the doors were later sealed and new locks installed and now the lewand district government has apologized for what it calls oversimplified and violent behavior adding a probe has been launched and relevant people will be punished I'm Charles De

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 Ship sinks in storm off Hong Kong, dozens of crew in danger

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Ship sinks in storm off Hong Kong, dozens of crew in danger

"An industrial support ship operating in the South China Sea has sunk in a storm with over two dozen crew members feared dead Rescue planes and helicopters were dispatched to the area with at least three crew members being brought to safety emergency services footage showed one crew member being airlifted onto a rescue helicopter as wild ways slashed below them The accident occurred about a 186 miles south of Hong Kong Hong Kong's flying service said that crew members were negotiating difficulties brought on by severe tropical storm chaba The storm was packing maximum winds of 68 mph

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Live updates | China scolds NATO for 'Cold War mentality'

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Live updates | China scolds NATO for 'Cold War mentality'

"China has reprimanded NATO for what it calls the alliances Cold War mentality a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman also said NATO should give up the practice of creating enemies and not to try to mess up Asia and the whole world after disrupting Europe the comments come as NATO leaders hold a summit in Spain where they are expected to identify China as a challenge for the alliance The spokesman also said that NATO members actions near the Asian mainland and the South China Sea were creating tension and provoking conflicts These remarks follow reports from Australia that China committed a dangerous act of aggression against an Australian air force plane conducting aerial surveillance in the South China Sea China has also criticized sanctions brought against Russia whose invasion of Ukraine has refused to condemn or even describe as an act of aggression I'm Karen Chammas

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"south china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"south china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At the media, we present the daybreak Asia media and tea leaves review in the 6th and 7 o'clock hours. From the South China morning post, Hong Kong lawmakers, business leaders, all calling for cutting hotel quarantine to three days from the current 7 days, meantime the incoming health minister lo cheung Mao says, well, he can see reducing quarantine to no less than 5 days. But there's this other development which is pretty interesting here and this is the China is deeply concerned ahead of the anniversary next week, marking Hong Kong's return to China. They hand over of Hong Kong's sovereignty to China because two top Hong Kong officials have been infected with COVID-19. And so it seems to suggest that the closed loop system that was supposed to ensure that Hong Kong's current and incoming officials don't pose any infection risk to Chinese state leaders coming. Well, it seems to suggest that that system is failing. So we have the government announcing formally yesterday that the secretary for constitutional and mainland affairs, Eric Zhang, and also the director of the chief executive's office, Eric Chan, had returned positive results. Ten minutes before the top of the hour, that's the media. We now get to rich and Doug, or rather to Ed Baxter in San Francisco. All right, y'all check some headlines that we're going to take a deep dive into the Supreme Court ruling today regarding guns rights. U.S. Senate, by the way, looking at voting tomorrow on the gun rights law legislation, it is advanced. Macau will keep its casinos open while shutting other entertainment venues. The January 6th committee brought in former assistant attorneys

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South China floods force tens of thousands to evacuate - The Associated Press

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

South China floods force tens of thousands to evacuate - The Associated Press

"Major flooding has forced the evacuation of tens of thousands of people in southern China Floodwaters from heavy rainfall have collapsed roads submerged houses and factories and swept away Carson crops in the manufacturing hub of Guangdong China regularly sees flooding in the summer months but this year is considered the worst in decades officials have suspended school office work in public transportation in the South China province amid rising waters Chinese state TV showed city streets waste deep in water In neighboring junkie rescue crews and inflatable boats evacuated residents trapped in their homes in inundated villages storm warnings have been issued with more rain expected in eastern provinces including the capital Beijing I'm Jennifer King

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Understanding the Importants of Taiwan

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Understanding the Importants of Taiwan

"I have a couple of questions for you because I'm not an expert on foreign policy and it's just doesn't sound right when president Joe Biden goes out and says he's going to defend Taiwan militarily. It seems inconsistent with what we would normally do. Obviously we would help fund them and their military action, but I want you to explain it to the audience because is this a bad thing that President Biden said this or is he right on track with his comments? Yeah, it's a great question. And so I was in the military for 25 years. And after that, I've been doing foreign policy national security heritage for almost 20 years. And been all over the world, talk to people all over the world in the Taiwan before. So here's the reality. This is the cold reality. And this is actually been true since the 1950s. Since Dwight Eisenhower was the president of the United States. The reality is the United States would fight to keep China from taking over Taiwan. And here's why. Taiwan is the key island in what's called the first island chain. If the Chinese government controlled everything from Taiwan down to the South China seas, essentially they could deny the United States access to the entire Asian continent.

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A Bipartisan Effort Seeks to Create US Presence in the Pacific

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 4 months ago

A Bipartisan Effort Seeks to Create US Presence in the Pacific

"Can you explain a little bit to me what you and senator hirano are up to? Well, I think we see the region in the whole indo Pacific is extremely strategic and vital to America. We see China's very aggressive posture, just look what they recently done in the Solomon island. Signing a security agreement with the Solomon Islands that they are trying to use their typical means of corruption, the debt trap diplomacy they deploy, et cetera, to get more of these smaller nations to fall their way, whether it's to put pressure on Taiwan, whether it's to get more votes in these multilateral organizations like the United Nations. I think the United States needs to be more present and we need to have more connectivity in that region. We certainly have a major presence in Japan. You're well aware of you and I have talked about it many times before, but the largest component of U.S. Military stationed anywhere is based in Japan, why served as U.S. ambassador, most recently, and we have incredible strategic interest in the region. It's a vital area for growth, the busy sea lanes in the world and East China Sea, South China Sea, our interests are very much aligned with keeping a free and open region there in the Pacific.

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"south china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:37 min | 5 months ago

"south china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Director from New York City this morning good morning equity futures shaping up as follows on the S&P 500 positive on the S&P by 8 tenths of 1% positive on the NASDAQ by a little more than 1% And the earnings so far pretty decent from Tesla from United Airlines from American Airlines earlier this morning as well Yields are higher by three or four basis points on a ten year to two 86 89 and crouton just settling down around one O three one O three a barrel on WTI up 8 tenths of 1% on the day What's so important here is the vixen under 20 is a huge surprise I think for the gloom crew and also the drawdown on John the Dow Jones Industrial Average is now under 4% Is that right Is this a gloomy market Year to date on the NASDAQ was still down about 14% It's been difficult for a single hand 14% is Netflix right If you're in the index Tom on the S&P 500 I agree with you compared to what's happening beneath the surface though It's a real defensive sector bias that Morgan Stanley and a lot of other people have been on top of too Take the home builders the banks here to date It's been really difficult It has been difficult Let us now talk about the difficulties of Ukraine And it's not only the land war of which he's hugely familiar as a former marine and co author of 2034 Elliot Ackerman joins us but it is on the seas as well Elliot I don't know if you talk to your co author James trevis the former supreme commander of NATO but you open my book of the summer I think a year ago 2034 off mischief reef or mischief lagoon in South China Sea How did you as a military pro respond that battered Ukraine sunk this ship of the Russian navy I think everyone should pay attention to what just happened in the Black Sea and the Ukrainian sinking of the Russian ship most of what it shows is really a profound shift in the power dynamics that exist not only in naval warfare but in all of warfare in which the undergone under equipped Ukrainians basically using a swarm of drones were able to disorient the mosque with sensors and then hit it with two Neptune missiles So it shows the power of those types of anti ship platforms And that's a trend we should be paying attention to paying attention to as we consider how powerful the U.S. Navy might be when matched against a similar style threat in yeah let's say the South China Sea or anywhere else How will it change to bring it back to your marine service the land battle in Ukraine How does a naval shock like that affect the prosecution of mister Putin's war Listen to go out kind of one level larger is you know we have in the west and really with all major militaries What I would call a platform centric version of warfare meaning we invest in these extremely expensive platforms whether it is our aircraft carriers that cause billions of dollars or our state of the art fighter planes our defense strategy is built around those platforms What we're seeing in Ukraine is the efficacy of anti platform systems So not only what happened to the Russian ship Moscow which was taken down into missiles but these javelin anti tank missiles that are destroying state of the art tanks or are stinger shoulder fired missiles that are destroying Russian aircraft And to keep in mind too the javelin and the stinger those are not new technologies Those are 1980s 1990s technologies So the latest anti platform systems are even more advanced and it should cause us to question a national defense strategy in which we're investing all of our resources into multi-billion dollar aircraft that could be taken out with far cheaper missiles Elliott if we had an hour I would love to talk to you about what you propose in terms of charting some sort of defense path In the United States I do want to get your thoughts though You've written poignantly about how different the war in Ukraine is than a lot of what you experienced in your former marine colleagues And I'm wondering can you give us a sense through that lens of where we are in this conflict of how many how much of an inroad Russia has really made into Ukraine Well I'll promise that by saying I think this is going to be a long war because you have two sides whose positions are intractable The Ukrainians are fighting for their families for their homes for their very right to exist And they are highly motivated they're a nation of nearly 40 million people and they are not going to back down But on the opposite side you have a Russia at least a Russian regime in the name of Vladimir Putin who also understands in some ways this conflict is existential You know if Putin loses in Ukraine whatever that loss would look like you know that really would call into question his ability to cling to power in Russia So to me those two trendlines just indicated that this war will go on for some time And we've seen the battle lines move to the east And I would just add that as a marine as someone who's spent my 20s and 30s fighting places like an Iraq and Afghanistan were oftentimes the cause felt a little bit muddled and the reasons we were there starting to drift In Ukraine the causes very very clear And who's in the right and who's in the wrong is pretty obvious here And I think for a lot of veterans of the wars I served in that clarity has drawn them back and they want to sort of in their middle age go contribute to what's going on in Ukraine Elliot we need to do this more often Fantastic catch ups And ackermann there on the situation in Ukraine On the energy story colleague caveat blast of Bloomberg opinion put this one out This chart's really important The U.S. exported a record amount of crude and refined oil products last week surging above 10 million miles a day for only the second time ever Have you going on to say the U.S. is acting as the barrel of last resorts where global energy market hungry for oil Lisa you just want a politically how that's going to go down if those kind of numbers continue This has been a political quagmire frankly for President Biden who's been called out by green activists saying that he's actually done a complete about face And on the flip side from others say you haven't done enough to support the fossil fuel industry at a time when that's really helping national security and international security Have your boss also pointed out and I thought this was fascinating that Russian production of oil has.

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Understand the Global Effects of the Russian War

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Understand the Global Effects of the Russian War

"You have to be pretty damn heartless to see what's going on Excuse me And in my view you have to be pretty short on historical knowledge Can not be concerned about the effects this has outside of Ukraine Into Eastern Europe the effects it has in the Middle East with the Iranian regime the effects that it has in communist China and their eyeballs on Taiwan And by the way their eyeballs are not just on Taiwan They want to take over half of all the navigable commercial activity that takes place In the entire world that's why you militarize those 5 phony islands that you created in the South China Sea Is that something we shouldn't be concerned about to And I do think whether you are an isolationist pacifist on one side or on the Putin side you do have an obligation to lay out what you mean by national security Beyond sibyls and ambiguous phrases that any third grader can come up with Wow you know if it doesn't threaten America directly I don't know what that means When a country has nuclear ballistic missiles that is intercontinental ballistic missiles They can threaten us when the country keeps saying death to America I don't think we pretend they're not saying that to America When a country can cut off half of all economic activity in the world or control it since we're the biggest economic power in the world obviously that can have an impact

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"south china" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"south china" Discussed on WTOP

"It landed close to the road so emergency responders could reach it quickly It could very easily have gone down farther down the mountain or certainly farther into the rough terrain of the Angeles national forest LA county fire has confirmed to us 6 patients have been transported to Pomona valley hospital one with critical injuries and two with moderate injuries two others with some minor injuries were told air rescue 5 was on its way to a car accident to make an air evacuation and it went down near the San Gabriel dam with 6 people on board A top U.S. commander says China has fully militarized at least three of several islands it built in the disputed South China Sea and is armed them with anti ship and anti aircraft missile systems lasers jamming equipment and fighter jets U.S. indo Pacific commander admiral John aquilino tells the AP that the increasingly aggressive moves threaten all nations operating nearby He says that's in stark contrast to the assurances of the past of China's president that Beijing would not transform the artificial islands into military bases Coming up after traffic and weather here come those stink bugs Three 36 When was the last time you really had 15 minutes to spend on yourself Hi it's Rita Kessler and the best 15 minutes I've spent recently is the 15 minute consultation I had with copper That's all it takes to change your life Before starting coper I was pretty unhappy I had no energy my clothes weren't fitting and at my age maybe it was too late to turn things around One consultation is all it took to turn my life around Now I'm over 55 pounds down Not only that unlike other programs I've tried I've managed to keep the weight off Thanks to the guidance and support of my coach Vanessa I know that coper is the last program I'll ever need Do what I didn't take 15 minutes to improve your health and your future I mean what do you have to lose Besides pounds and clothing sizes call co par now at 8 5 5 8 8 8 zero one 80 to ask about their very special margin to spring program That's 8 5 5 8 8 8 zero one 80 or go to co par health dot com COP ARE health dot com Research shows people remember radio.

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Can China Yuan Payment System Offer Russia a Lifeline After Swift Ban?

The Trish Regan Show

01:36 min | 7 months ago

Can China Yuan Payment System Offer Russia a Lifeline After Swift Ban?

"Think this through, think what's happening on the international level, we risk China. Setting up a mirror kind of image of swift all on its own. And then what happens? Well, all those activities can continue on. I mean, they've already started. Digital yuan, so who's to say they don't actually follow through with this creation of something else entirely. If you look at the Chinese press, right? What you see is they're already starting to work on this effort. Take it with a grain of salt because this is Chinese propaganda, but there's a story in the South China morning post saying what is China's swift equivalent and could it help Beijing reduce reliance on the U.S. dollar? Well, they've got a system called the cross border interbank payment system, which they launched in October 2015, and nobody's really used it, but now all of a sudden it's become, you know, possibly a go to vehicle. For bad actors like Russia. You know when I've talked about the problem with sanctions before, for example, if you look at North Korea and dear leader there is able to drive around in his latest Mercedes and live the high life while his people starve, why does that happen? It happens because some people are avoiding the sanctions altogether. Some people are doing backdoor deals, even when they tell us that they're going to sanction North Korea, they don't. And when I say some people, I'm talking about the Chinese.

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Virus infections for Olympic athletes, coaches rising faster

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Virus infections for Olympic athletes, coaches rising faster

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How President Biden Has Failed on Every Front

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 9 months ago

How President Biden Has Failed on Every Front

"Kristen, it's not news, but maybe somebody on the left will finally figure out Kristen sinema said yesterday on the floor of the Senate. I'm not changing my mind. Joe Manchin said yesterday, I'm not changing my mind. And kyrsten sinema has not said one thing differently from the beginning. She said I'm not breaking the filibuster. Joe Manchin has said one thing from the beginning I'm not breaking the filibuster. This is a deeply embarrassing end of the theater politics. We've had while the country gets consumed by a ruinous inflation, as Ukraine prepares to be invaded by Russia and China is taking over the South China Sea and is unleashed this vaccine is virus as the Biden administration has stumbled from face plant to face plant. People think they're main tweets are gone. Just remember that, mean tweets are gone. You got your deal. Inflation collapse abroad, Iran back threatening Americans about to have nuclear breakout, NATO and collapse, the economy in the tank interest rates rising rapidly, but don't worry about it, mean tweets are gone.

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"south china" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"south china" Discussed on Between The Lines

"Of queensland between the lines with tom swigs up. Well we all too often hear what leading. Australians americans think of the recent orcas security arrangements what opponent is in our region. Think after all south east asia's strategic significance. It's growing and no way is this more evident than in the philippines. Now walk other states. Manila attempts to reconcile important trade relations with china on the one hand with important security ties with the us on the other. So what's the view from the philippines renato. Crews decastro is a distinguished professor at the international studies department. In de la salle university in manila. We're not oh has previously studied and worked in japan washington and hawaii. We're not a welcome to abc radio. Hello how're you doing. Very good in day now. Five years ago the hague international tribunal ruled against beijing and yet china's maritime provocations in philippine climbed waters. dave intensified. Tell us more well. China basically ignored the ruling so a china's basically done is or continue its assertiveness and expansion in the south china sea so this how basically great powers who have a force. Expansionist ambitions would be they wanted ignore international law the cost the goal is primarily of course maritime expansion not only in the south china sea but in the first island chain. That's of course linking the waters of the south china sea with the east china sea constituting what they call. The first island chain will a few months ago. Manila announced it would officially restore the visiting forces agreement. Now this makes it easier for american troops to operate on the archipelago. What's the significance of this decision. Well it basically put the alliance back on track. Because when president rodrigo deter announced its termination in february point twenty it put the alliance in limbo so both sides could not conduct military exercise. Of course it's it was during the pandemic but at the same time there's also uncertainty on the part of the united states wetter. It will send its forces in the philippines. Given the fact that of course bill. Legal guarantee provided by visiting forces agreement was force bound expire in august pointy pointy in a way washington was upset by the sudden decision of president third to simply announce the abrogation of the visiting ports agreement. So what basically happened. When he decided to say that. I am of course terminating the abrogation process he simply put the alliance back on track but lost about one year. Planning one year of continuous military exercises one year of course of consultation regarding how this alliance with apt to be construed in the light of course of the changes happening in the indo pacific region. House beijing responded to the closer filipino. Security ties with washington. Well recently are scorned..

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"south china" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"south china" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is the James Golden clip of the day. I don't know how many times we gotta learn this lesson, but it would be far better. If people are serving In the government not to be talking to the media about things that are going on in the government, particularly such sensitive things as well as we're dealing with here because they have a tendency They get completely out of context as we're seeing here. Is generally Rich. As Jim hanging around right here next to me, Jim. Explain that quote to people who the hell was that? James? Yes, just had to step out. That was General Jack Keane from his interview on Fox the other day talking about General Milley. Play that again. Sure. I don't know how many times we gotta learn this lesson, but it would be far better. If people are serving In the government not to be talking to the media about things that are going on in the government particularly stop it right there. Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop right there! Stop right there. This guy is saying, I don't know how many times you've got to learn this lesson, but it would be great. If people in the government both talk about what we're doing. Keep the American people in the dark. That's what he's saying. Don't let the American people know what we're doing here. Oh, gosh Rich, and we have to go to phones right Where we going? James lets people which I'm telling you from days, there's some days. I just I come so close to saying words. I shouldn't say. I know. I know. Keep it cool. You do a great job at that. I have to tell you trying things. Well, let's start with Lisa in Bergen County. Hello, Lisa in my favorite county in New Jersey, Bergen County. How are you? Oh, I'm pretty good. Thank you for giving me a minute. All week. We've been listening to this general Milley, China stuff going on, And it's a really important part of this that nobody seems to have noticed, which is Why would somebody think that China would be doing something such as retaliating? Why would why would anybody think China would think Trump would want to retaliate against them? What was trying to doing that some number of people? Obviously it was going on. And we're concerned. Jeanne Trump's going to know what you're doing. He may do something about it. Well, Lisa client, do you have an answer for that question? Because I've been talking about that very point. When many of the shows this week do you know what was going on? I think you need to look at different dates to see what was happening. Lisa, I'll tell you, you raise your brilliant You raised the point that the main look, Lisa, you know what? Here's how brilliant you are. Most of the mainstream media is not raising the point that you sitting in Bergen County or standing Squatting or kneeling, whatever you're doing in Bergen County, But no one has raised the point that you raised and this is a great point. What was happening? I'm going to give you the quick, skinny and about 30 seconds. Here's what happened. China. Told America To get the hell Out of the South China Sea. We were doing military exercises there. And Donald Trump President Trump Didn't put his tail between his legs. And say, Okay? Like so many other people elected officials do when China tells them to do something. He was like. Oh, hell, no, We're not going to stop. And that's what our General Milley was concerned about. Because China told us the hell out. Trump wasn't getting the hell out. And so you have the election going on, and these tensions were going on, and Millie somehow makes it up in his own mind. He and Pelosi that Trump is going to start a war over this, and so he has to undermine Trump. Your question is brilliant. Lisa, Where are we going? Rich. James, Let's say hi to Ernest in Rockland County. Hello, Ernest. Welcome. W ABC talk radio 77. What's on your mind, Mr Golden? Thank you, sir. You're such a gentleman and you have such a great perspective on things like truly appreciate it, sir. There's there's a federal law that is just a code. And people can cite this and there's two of them one pertaining to the vaccine and one to the immigrant. These unlawful people that are coming here and it's 18 USC 2725. And if you write that down or just punch it into your phone right now, it's federal law, and that says your medical information is highly dangerous. Next, sir, That's a federal law. So that has to be printed right carrying it with you. And then, sir, what needs to happen is this We need to counter act. These are attacks on our constitutional rights. So we have to counteract that with lawsuit. We will make so much money in forcing federal law and remember taxpayers can site Federal law, So that's 18 USC 2725. And it's called definition list. You are brilliant. I love my call is here And this is why Ernest, you're dead on right? And thank you for the call. James Golden. They came in early. We'll be right back. Don't go away. This is Greg Kelly. You want to retire comfortably, right. Everybody does. But guess what you saved, and they want that money. Democrats want the money you.

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US Vice President Harris Ends Asia Tour With Fresh Jab at China

Buck Sexton

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

US Vice President Harris Ends Asia Tour With Fresh Jab at China

"During her visit to Vietnam, Vice President Kamala Harris says while the U. S isn't seeking conflict when China Washington will continue to speak up against what she called the threat China poses as a rule based order Kamala Harris. His job on this trip was to persuade Southeast Asian governments that the Biden administration will be more engaged and less confrontational than President Trump. Who saw relations here largely through the prism of his rivalry with China. Yet President Biden has been no less critical of China and his vice president throughout several tough comments, accusing Beijing of bullying smaller countries in the South China Sea. That brought an instant response from China, where officials accused the US of sowing discord and trying to drive a

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"south china" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"south china" Discussed on WTVN

"Whether cooking something good. Listen, need some fuel for my machine ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something I ate before I follow from the people Then hop on that old horse of yours. And head on down to Roy's. Yeah. Roy Rogers restaurants invite you to try their new dynamic burger. It's a juicy burger topped with the jalapeno poppers. Tripoli ranks us project cheese and bacon as they say how they here. They welcome you to stay. So come on down to boys and have a cowboy kind of day. Yeah, the dynamite burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's one dynamite burger Doordash and Uber Eats are available at participating restaurants coming up on Columbus this morning Use 6 30 news radio 6 10 w. T V. N. In China Vice President Harris condemning the actions. They're more with a B season as delicate Tara Vice President Kamala Harris in Singapore We know That Beijing continues to go to war to intimidate and to make claims to the vast majority of the South China Sea comes as China continues to claim most of the South China Sea claims that have long been rejected by the international community cares also pledged to work with the U. S allies in the area on climate change, and the Covid crisis and his time as governor of New York is over. NBC NEWS National Radio correspondent Michael Bauer takes a look at what's next for Andrew Cuomo at 6 36. Right now into traffic and weather together from temp star heating and cooling products. Here's Johnny Hill left Lane being blocked on 6 70 westbound west of 3 15. For injuries with an accident scene watched for police and E. M. S on the left hand side and be careful west of Neil Avenue. Another accident from earlier this morning being cleared on 70 eastbound east of 1 42 over in Madison County. 76 70 coming through town..

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Kamala Harris Visits Singapore to Deepen Ties, Counter China's Influence

Fox News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Kamala Harris Visits Singapore to Deepen Ties, Counter China's Influence

"President of Singapore today, reaffirming Washington's commitment to work with partners and allies and freedom of navigation in the disputed South China Sea. She heads to Vietnam later this week. August recess will be

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Kamala Harris Reaffirms US Commitment to Asia During Trip

BBC World Service

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Kamala Harris Reaffirms US Commitment to Asia During Trip

"Kamala Harris, who is visiting Singapore has reaffirmed the United States enduring commitment to Asia on a trip has been overshadowed by events in Afghanistan. Speaking alongside the Singapore Ian Prime Minister Miss Harris reiterated Washington's commitment to freedom of navigation in the South China Sea.

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Sec. Lloyd Austin Dismisses England in Comments on China

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Sec. Lloyd Austin Dismisses England in Comments on China

"I originally scheduled to talk to you because you wrote a column for townhall dot com about secretary austin's comments on china and i couldn't believe it. I had missed it entirely. But i've been on vacation for two week. I really could not believe it and so would you walk me through what he said and what he meant to say. Sure absolutely it was very eye-opening. One hundred percent. And lloyd austin has kept a pretty low profile for the first six months anyway and you know his former general and he hasn't really stepped out of his lane at dod and lo and behold he both he and and president biden did two things last week number one. They declined whatsoever to give any sort of a progress report. On where the investor army the investigation stands on getting to the bottom of who is responsible for the china virus. Well we know that. China all signs point to the wuhan lab but That was something that biden was sort of backed into in late may in terms of actually calling for an investigation throughout the intelligence community. And we're coming up on two weeks now until the that report is due on the twenty fourth of august and they were absolutely and there were supposed to be a forty five day report as part of this ninety day review. Absolute crickets from both austin as well as from biden and awesome was over in the region in china and the fact that he failed to mention anything about holding china accountable and getting to the bottom of that is is the first one but the second problem is even more grievous. Is that austin while he was there. The british have unveiled a new aircraft carrier called the queen. Elizabeth and the queen loses a very impressive aircraft carrier and she took her first voyage or her first deployment into the south china sea and austin while he was over there said well you know the british ought to really stick to other places and we'll take care of the south china sea Meantime president trump. Is you know hugh. He put a big premium on having our allies in concert working in the south china sea building up the indo pacific partnership and he was pardon. Me there was exactly the opposite from lloyd austin while he was there in the region

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No. 2 US Diplomat Sherman to Visit China as Tensions Soar

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

No. 2 US Diplomat Sherman to Visit China as Tensions Soar

"The blighted administration's number two diplomat will head to China this weekend as tensions between Washington and Beijing swore a relationship that was already badly strained has gotten worse the past two weeks as the US accuse China of a massive hack AM indicted for Chinese nationals there were also sharp differences over Taiwan Tibet Hong Kong and the South China Sea with all that as the backdrop deputy secretary of state Wendy Sherman will visit China and meet with Beijing's top diplomat should be the highest ranking US official to go there since president Biden took office the state department say Sherman will also discuss the mutual interests like resuming North Korea nuclear talks Sager mag ani Washington

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"south china" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"south china" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"They want to be a regional heritage. Hedge them on they want to control the South China Sea. They don't really have global hegemonic ambitions to which you say Which I say that's completely wrong. They do have global ambitions. So, for instance, in C Jinping's belligerent speech yesterday, you know the people. The line that people talk about is so we're gonna crack heads and blood will flow. Um, if you oppose our territorial ambitions. Uh, you know, China wants to be a lot bigger than it is. Now. That's the line. Everybody looked at. One line that has been overlooked is even more ominous. He said that the Chinese Communist Party fueled by the Chinese people is good at taking down the world order. And building a new one. And really, what that refers to is C. Jinping has been talking for more than a decade about T N C R, which is all under heaven, which means that in an imperial era to, uh 2000 years, Chinese emperors believed that they not only had the right to rule TN CIA, In other words, the entire world they were obligated by heaven to do so. And now we have Chinese. And this is okay. We rule the planet Earth, Okay? This is gone now too crazy lengths because since about 2018 or so Chinese officials have been talking about the moon and Mars as sovereign Chinese territory. In other words, they consider the moon and Mars like the South China Sea. Theirs and theirs alone. And they actually talk about excluding other nations from going to those heavenly bodies if they get there first and get the ability to prevent others from arriving. Wow. Folks who are just joining my guest, Gordon Chang. He's an attorney who lived and worked in China and Hong Kong for about 20 years, and he's become one of the most prominent critics of China and of Western, ongoing appeasement of an interaction. With China. Gordon. How's your? How's your Mandarin? My Mandarin is sort of deficient. Um, which is one of the reasons why I'm so lucky to be married to my wife because she's um she is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese. And her English is better than mine. So I'm I'm in, you know. How's your Cantonese? It is pretty bad. I can get around and an elevator as they say, Elevator Cantonese. Uh huh. But anyway, all right, so one of the things that I also find very interesting about what's going on in China. Is that all right? Let me I'm Gordon. I'm president to the bad analogy clubs to stick with me here for a second. Okay? So for many years in in Germany After World War two And even ongoing. You had a certain sense of Germans and the German government feeling kind of apologetic to a degree about World War two and the Holocaust, and they keep telling their young people this happened and this shouldn't happen again. And you know they're not They're not groveling apology at this point, but they understand and you except for a few people on the fringe. You don't have a very big rise in that same kind of nationalism. In Germany. There are some But in China, they they're young people have never heard of what happened in Tiananmen Square. Mao was held up as a hero again in this speech that she Jinping gave you dressed up like now, and I am really concerned about a massive rise in nationalism among younger people in China. Who have intentionally from the part from part of government, no understanding of what she's views have done to China in the past. Yes. And clearly this is the mouse error has been covered up the cultural revolution. More important, the great leap forward, whereas some 30 to 70 million people were killed. This is this is horrific. Um, but also you have a deliberate misinterpretation of history in the 18 hundreds, Um, in the century of humiliation that's just drilled into Chinese people, and it is rabid nationalism. It's sort of like, if you want a You know the president of the bad analogy Club? Um, look at 19 thirties Japan. Where you have just the belief and this was a race fueled, um, drive in Japan in the 19 thirties. China is doing the same thing. It's actually trying to trigger a global race war. And indeed it's dehumanizing white people. Um, this was very clear what we've heard a couple days ago continuation of a theme. About white supremacy. The Anglo Saxons quote unquote are genetically genocidal. This is dehumanization is the first step to extermination of the population did, she said, You know This was Global Times, which is a paper controlled by the Communist Party's People's Daily People's Daily, is the most authoritative source in China. People's Daily controls. Global Times. Global Times is not official. But Global times propagates notions that the People's daily doesn't want to touch. So essentially, they float these items, and this has been not just an isolated piece. This goes back to the middle of March, right after that meeting in Anchorage between China's two top diplomats. Diplomats and our secretary of state and national security advisor right after that meeting, there was this whole push of white supremacists. Propaganda from Beijing, and what they're trying to do is like the 19 thirties Japan, the Greater East Asia Co prosperity sphere. Well. China is trying to trigger a race war and around the world, so this is extremely dangerous right now. So your last couple of books No most recent book, the Great US China Tech War and then a book that kind of made you famous the coming collapse of China from several years. Earlier, Um they point to similar themes and I don't want to talk. I want to talk about this kind of a spin off something that you've talked about it. The leadership program of Iraqis retreat, believing what you believe about China and this sort of great power competition and all that. U at l P Ark Prescribed, Uh The greatest possible decoupling of the U. S from China. I don't want to put words in your mouth. So can can you talk about that? A little. Yeah, Right now we have a China which exploits every point of contact with the United States to subvert our and overthrow our government. And right now we're being overwhelmed. The FBI is being overwhelmed. Local law enforcement's overwhelmed local governments. Federal government is overwhelmed and if we want to keep our country and that's what's at stake here, Ross if we want to keep our country we have to several links with China until we can be sure that we can handle this unrelenting assault. Last year. China, actually, um, and decided violence on American streets and may have even organized violent protesters. So this is really dangerous. This is This is an act of war and and we're just sort of oblivious about this. We just say, Oh, it doesn't really matter. And this was brought home to me just a few hours ago with Gina Raimondo. Who is the commerce secretary, she said, you know, see Jinping's fiery speech, he said. I just bluster. Don't worry about it. We want our companies to do business in China, which is what she is effectively saying is, um, look, we want to strengthen China's ability to subjugate us. She didn't say those words. But that's the practical effect of what she is saying, and we Americans if we want to keep our country are going to have to sever those links because it's not possible to coexist with China. One other point Lot of people say this tension with the Chinese is our fault. Well, China's Communist Party believes it cannot coexist with America because of our inspirational impact on the Chinese people and people around the world, So it's not about us. It's about the aggressiveness and the insecurity of communism. Well, my special guests Gordon Chang. His website is Gordon chang dot com..

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"south china" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"south china" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Water. Quanah next year. The cult of running away with it the Eagles a distant second, hmm. Uh, I don't know if most people know Sal Paolantonio served five years in the United States Navy from 1978 to 1983, and I was talking about Army Navy here so I am so patriotic when like that atmosphere is just wonderful. Did you ever attend Army Navy game? Many times in Philadelphia at Lincoln Financial Field. I was there I was there with Secretary of Defense and my wife. We We hung out with his wife and family at the 50 yard line. It's Zagreb. Great event. It's great fun, but I'll just say this, and I love Navy obviously root for Navy. Maybe need to take a time out a double reverse that results in a safety Dan. Let's go chase some submarines for a while or do something. Come on. You were awarded the Service medal, I believe sat right 1981 so supervising the rescue of Vietnamese refugees in the South China Sea. Explain the award and what happened. It's the United Nations Meritorious Service Award given to me and my shipmates on the USS elect. We were in the South China Sea and our mission. Was to find Vietnamese refugees. That we're being preyed upon by pirates at sea. Pirates would have board their their boats and take them and force them into servitude on on the high seas, So we we rescued them. Many of them many hundreds of them and brought them to the United Nations. Um Refugee center and Singapore. We Ferried them from the South China Sea back and forth. It was a huge mission. I was I was a part of it. Help supervise it on my ship. And every one of us on this ship was awarded that metal many of us were Ever get nervous. No, I mean, you know you're trained at sea. Uh, to be underway and no, never did. You know it is an officer's I was a surface warfare officer, So I was an officer of the deck under way. Indian Ocean Pacific South South Pacific. It's Ah, it was. It was a fabulous experience to be among great great men and women in the American armed forces for five years. Serve alongside them. Be part of Ah, Peacekeeping missions. I was lucky Dan and I never served during war time. That's that's the goal of anybody who serves in the military is to serve. During peace time. And I was one of the lucky ones for sure. And then you come back, and then all of a sudden how do you get into the media after being in the military? Had already had a master's degree in journalism from N y U When I joined the military, I joined the military because it was a family tradition. My uncle Tony. Who was my godfather? Wassen Submarine service in the North Sea during World War two By Uncle Salvo on named after was a Marine In the Korean War. So on all of my dad's brothers and my mom's brother's servant, either the Navy Army or the Marine Corps. My dad, however, did not serve because God rest his soul. He was four left because he had cataracts at birth. And so it was. It was a sad situation for him. He really wanted to serve and so it really was up to me as his oldest son. And, you know, I joined at the height of the anti Vietnam War effort, So it was not in vogue to come out of college and go join the service. But that's what I did. I had an uncle who lied and he joined the Army at 16. And which war he was in the Korean War. Yeah. The Korean War was no joke, and he was in battle, man. I mean, it affected him the rest of his life. He got frost bit and he would always have white socks on every time I would see him. And Like I can't imagine the horrors of war at any age and he was 16. He lied to get into the army. And he saw a lot about a lot of lot of stuff and we were never allowed to bring it up. Too, right? So he survived and had a whole life after that, not a long life, but he had a life after that, But yeah, he was in one of the bloody bloodier battles. What was his name? What was his name? Last name is Miller. Tom Miller. Yeah, but my my father in law served in the Marine Corps in Korea and was in the last great amphibious assault of the U. S. Military at Inchon. On survived that assault and We were never allowed to talk to him about it. All right. I got sidetracked there. But the ESPN national correspondent, primarily covering the NFL, NFL matchup, host and I don't know what to make of what Doug Peterson said after yesterday's win here sounds so can you interpret what Doug Peterson is saying about who is going to be a starting quarterback next week against Arizona? I think it's difficult to interpret. But one of the things that I learned very early on as a reporter, and I learned it from some of my mentors is don't pay attention to what coaches say. Coaches Lyell the time Pay attention to what they do. And so I don't put a lot of stock and press conferences. Press conferences are good for copy and, you know, talk shows and all that stuff that's all good. And of course, we want to pay attention to what they say, and they sometimes create controversy. At the end of the day, pay attention to what happened in the game and the decision that was made and for whatever reason whether, and I saw what Peter King said to you. About the fact that everybody's walking on eggshells because of Carson Wentz, I I think this part that that's partly true. Right, I think, and I love Carson wants everybody in that building does and Carson Winters are tough guy and a hard worker and a good teammate. You'll never hear me say a bad word about him. But I said three weeks ago, it was time for him to get benched like Donald Mikdad did in 2008. Little time out. Now Kevin Cobb came in and, of course, did not display any kind of talent worthy of keeping him in. Obvious big gamble here is Jalen hurts would do what Jalen hurts did yesterday and let's be clear about something. Let's be very clear about something Jalen hurts, won the game. The reason why the Eagles won the game is because Jalen hurts. I want you to look you look at the roster and the starting lineup of the Saints Camaro. Sanders Cook, Michael Thomas, this young man Trey Kwan Smith. You go on the defensive side of the ball. Cameron Jordan kick Kwon Alexander de Marius Davis Generous Jenkins. Malcolm Jenkins Marsh are Lattimore just to name a half a dozen on each side of the ball, Then name one Philadelphia Eagle. That starts on that New Orleans Saints team..

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"south china" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"south china" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Runaway inflation, it would wait for evidence that it was staying at or above 2%, which it considers a healthy growth rate. Gasoline prices are not expected to be higher, even though Hurricane Laura forced the shutdown of oil drilling in the Gulf. But Weinstein with SM use Maguire Energy Institute says demand is down and we're drowning and supply is adequate supply out there. That's already been process. Remember, we're in the midst of a pandemic and demand for fuels is down. Gosh, I don't know. 50% exploration in the Gulf amounts to about 20% of U. S oil production. But he says Refiners are prepared for storms. Crews can fire their machines back up quickly and exploration will likely resume in about a week. And pending home sales were up for a third month in a row. The Realtors Association says signed contracts increased 6% from June to July and 15.5%, compared to July of last year, with one month increase was double predictions. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC news radio. China has fired missiles into the South China Sea in what correspondent bills in for reports was a direct message to the United States. The message to the United States stay out. The move came as the US conducts regular freedom of navigation missions through the South China Sea and after China said a U. S surveillance plane was spotted in a no fly zone. During Chinese military drills among the missiles that were fired by China. One called the aircraft carrier killer. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said China is merely flexing muscles in the South China Sea. Minnesota's Hennepin County Medical examiner says George Floyd had lethal doses of fentanyl inside his system at the time of his death. Floyd died in police custody after being accused of using counterfeit bills. When police apprehended him. They then kneeled on his neck, causing social unrest around the world three months ago. Dr Andrew Baker also adds that he's not saying it's what killed him. Mayor Bill de Blasio is not giving into demands for required Covad testing in New York City schools. Scott Pringle has the details. Teachers union wants a mandatory corner virus testing policy in place for students and faculty, even threatening to strike. The mayor was asked what his reason is for not requiring testing. It has not been the guidance around the world or the practice to do mandatory.

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"south china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"south china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The interests of one group of Americans at the expense of another. It has no bias about red or blue, educated or not educated urban or rural. America. First. We have been listening to the convention and ambassador record now for ambassador to Germany with his remarks for the convention, But right now we want to go over to Asia is the night we're gonna hear from vice President Pence. And there have been developments Even today in the U. S. China Relations Is China today fired four ballistic missiles in the South China Sea is part of military exercise their welcome now Bloomberg chief North Asia correspondent Stephen Angle with the latest. What's the reaction over there? What's going on in what seems to be increased tension, military tension in the South China Sea. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, of course, The China US relationship is a focal point of this election in the United States and we see it firsthand out here where I am in Hong Kong. And you know, you have to decide whether is this, you know, provocation, military provocation, Or is it Maura? An example of what election era. Theater. But regardless, it's on a dangerous stage here because what we've learned from the U. S military is that the Chinese military in these exercises in the South China Sea between Hainan Island and the Parasol Islands fired four medium range ballistic missiles, including. We're hearing a DF 21 D. That is a dolphin 21 D so called carrier killer missile that was fired from the mainland. Of China into the South China Sea provocative indeed. And separately. We're also hearing that the U. S. Has announced trade and visa restrictions coming from the Commerce Department and the Secretary of state on 24 Chinese companies that the U. S says is tied to the P L. A. The People's Liberation Army's Expansion in the South China Sea. 24 companies added to this entity's list and Wilbur Ross, saying the entities designated today have played a significant role in China's provocative construction of the artificial islands and must be held accountable Now. Separately, the State Department as well, once the bank here, HSBC held accountable. Or what they say, is limiting freedoms for its account holders here in Hong Kong completely separate issue but again part of the political theater between China the United States. Thank you for that great report. That's Bluebeard's chief North Asia correspondent Stephen Angle, and Let's find out how the Asian markets reacted to all of this from with Sophie, Cameroon and maybe more about this South Korean Central Bank. Right, Sophie. Yeah, That's right, David. We're seeing limited risk off. Moved amid the ongoing U. S. China Cecil Chinese stocks are fluctuating today, with the Shanghai benchmark under pressure but off session lows testing a key support level that's been in place since June, and the Officer Yuan pretty unfazed. Trading around January heist a blow 6 90 rising virus cases remain a big concert in Asia. The cost be losing ground in Seoul after the Bank of Korea Health rating. And cut the GDP forecast. Maybe okay governor in his press briefing today, saying that easy sense will be maintained that you had the board for a look at what's going on here in Hong Kong, with Hyung saying falling the most in a week with he could be the shares among the biggest drag. But the appetite has not dampened for Chinese Tech darlings shall me Jumping on its earning speed. And while uncertainty still looms over Chinese eight ers, Guangzhou based evey maker explain has priced its upsides. US idea offering above the marketed range Factory, one of the half billion US dollars and 10 cents. Music's dollar bond a view that's odd demand at nearly 15 times the deal size and David last word an I. C B C shares falling ahead of China bank earnings Taking off on Friday. The mega lenders have been leaned on by Beijing to probably economy and are expected to forgo profits. We've got the latest update on Chinese industrial puppets speaking to that recovery, jumping the most in two years in July, but going forward strange US attention could slow that pick up given. We've seen that happening effect demanded China. Great. Thank you So much for Sophie, Cameroon. We're waiting right now for Vice President Mike Pence, who was slated to begin speaking in just a couple of minutes from right now. Set the station I want to bring back in our Bloomberg continues Rick Davis as well as genies. A No. So Rick, what does the president need out of the vice president tonight? Well, I think he's going to continue some of the messaging that we've seen today. You know the great heroes of our nation or the men and women in the service and, ah, a salute to them. He's got a son in the service, so that's a very natural thing for the vice president to do. Out. On the other hand, he's also got a job to do, and that's going after Joe Biden. I mean, the typical and traditional role of vice president speech is to take a baseball back and swing wildly. So I think that's probably what we'll get the news out of tonight, but we'll wait and see what Vice President Pence does is support that Rick made earlier today. I don't typically think of Vice President. Pence's being an attack dog. We've seen that and vice presidents before. I don't know. Only associate that with Mike Pence is going to take a different attitude tonight. Yet. That's not the personality of Mike Pence that we know, but it's certainly the role that he's in, and I think one important thing to underscore. He's the chairman of the Corona virus task for us, and we haven't heard an awful lot about that. Last night. The first lady mentioned it. So be interesting to hear how he defends because, of course, that's where the president is trailing in the polls. People don't like how he's handled this And I think we're going to hear Mike Pence say that they've done a good job and that he has led that effort under the direction of the president could also be interesting, something we've been talking about whether he refers it all to Kenosha. And even now, the suspension of games in the N B, A and some and I'll be as well. Yeah, You've got to pay some attention. The front page of the newspaper on the day of your convention. And even though they're kind of brushing past the Corona virus issue and saying, Look, we've handled that it's under control. This one is not under control. It will be interesting to see if he brings it up now for our radio audiences were watching Vice President Michael Pence with his wife walking into Fort McHenry. That, of course, is in Baltimore. Where the famous 18 12 battle occurred when Francis Scott Key wrote the poem that gave rise to the lyrics for the start Spangled Banner. So there's a rich history now in Baltimore Harbor from the war of 18 12, and with the credits the live crowd there. Waving to the crowd as they applaud standing ovation there from the crowd. For the vice president of states and his wife, and they should be beginning their works Just any moment.

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"south china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"south china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Joe Carroll says there definitely will be some disruption to global petroleum supplies and distribution. China has fired for medium range missiles into the disputed waterway. South China Sea US has announced trade and visa restrictions on 24 companies for their efforts to help build China in the outpost in the area. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is now going to check in with his doctor before his news conference tomorrow, criticism about new CDC guidelines which seemed to suggest that Asymptomatic. People do not need to be tested, Dr. Anthony Fauci says. They definitely do and, ah, the N B. A is cancelled All games scheduled today because of the shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Juliet. Thank you, Ed. Let's get back to hands getting founder and CEO of HT Research on the line from Singapore for us, and we're talking about some of your investment themes We've had New Zealand stock Exchange halted today for a third decision off the cyber attacks. And you're saying cyber security in this state home and work from home environment could be an area to look at. Definitely. This is one of our most sacred site in particular. The obviously also a lot more people working from home, you know, and so on teleconferencing and so try. The security has become extremely important in other areas as well off Hunt's also in terms of US China. We had a little bit of a conciliatory move by China. The regulator there on equity of some securities trading Fung seeing high talking about, you know, possibly letting us regulators take a look at At state owned enterprises. Do you see much like? No, This is just one issue. But do you see much light at the end of the tunnel for US, China? I don't know. It's to me that that giving a cold war and I just hope it's a little out of control. And I hope that cooler heads prevail. I think You might be right that maybe she's using offensive the election in the run up to the election of us, you probably have probably out more. See the regulator. And you know what? China South China Sea is just another one of those events which you know we could see morals. So I think I think you're gonna see an increase in pension and hopefully Getting cool for going into next year after the election. So is Theo. Wanna play for you here when we've got it back of these January levels, and if not what other currencies are you looking at? You think dollars. You have turned from up to down there. These times can be very long us vulnerable about simple 10 years and now seems to have started. The downtrend part of course, is the strength you get fluctuation. I think that it's all cool. But I think in the long run the euro too well too well. Even the British car looks like it could turn around. So I would think that Move away from the play that precious Michael's offer a lot of opportunities golden favor ofthe great hedges again, we could hold against current TV basement in general, which is all over the world. So the weak dollar on a lot of people would target the Fed with that. I want to ask you kind of Ah, lofty question here. Do you think the Fed should be targeting asset prices rather than consumer prices in this next period? Almost reality. Yes, but they're also a conquered half of by remember has bought always finding leaky F self. Ah, junk bonds basically backstopping a large part of court death. This goes beyond the mandate that there was a case in the past. So I think there are targeting asset classes will not tell you this, but but in the wrong in the wrong way. What I'm suggesting is they would be doing the opposite. Then they'd be selling that stuff to bring the prices down. I suppose that's not the time right now. But it's something that maybe central banks would think about it over the next decade. But over the next decade, maybe, But you know, I would be happy attempts by central banks to vocalize policy 20,000 right, usually how they just couldn't do it. And the reason for that there's just too much. Is that like, uh, Imagine that you cannot have how you mean something away for trusting policy says happened. I think they will have to continue. Backstopped bigger, much shows the whole economy and I think purchasing assets. Off questionable ball was the right thing at the moment. Are at hands. Thank you. So much for joining us Sounds getting founder and CEO of H She research on the line from Singapore will join the team on TV on Bloomberg. Daybreak middle aced at midday Hong Kong time dedicated to five down by 1/10 of 1% and we are seeing Australia's ASX 200 up by 1/10 of 1%. As I mentioned trading in New Zealand again hit by these cyber attack, that is the third day in a row will continue to keep you updated. On market.

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"south china" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"south china" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Well. In the meantime, apparently Joe Biden's pulling lead is beginning to collapse. Rasmussen reports had Joe Biden up 10 points just a month and a half ago. Now he's ahead by one, according to Rasmussen. This is being reflected in some of the other state polling, which shows Joe Biden losing his lead in a wide variety of states. He's still leading But certainly not by as big a margin as he was just a little while ago in the real clear politics, national average he is up by an average of about seven points is below 50% again. He's ABI under 4% in the top battleground states. He's only up by 3.7 in Florida. The latest polls in Florida. Show by number by only three He's up by about 5.5 in Pennsylvania, but that is down pretty significantly. The latest poll from CNBC shows Biden of only three in Pennsylvania, which is margin of error. In Wisconsin. His lead is down to 3.5% Travel Guard group, which is a Republican pulling out that has trump up one. Now in Wisconsin, you can imagine that the chaos in Wisconsin and horrific Democratic response to it is going to drive a lot of suburban and rural voters into Trump's arms in Wisconsin. North Carolina is basically a statistical tie. In Arizona. Some new polling showing it that Trump is either within margin of error, or at least or maybe up is basically a statistical tie in Arizona. So what does that mean? It means there's a very close election and anybody who's claiming this is a blowout right now. Not not a lot of evidence that this thing is a blowout right now. Meanwhile, in other storylines, China has fired missiles into the South China Sea in a warning to the United States after an American plane entered the no fly zone. According to the U. K Express. Beijing launched two medium range missiles into the South China Sea in a scathing warning to the United States as tensions between the superpowers soar, triggering World war three fears in the region. The move came on Wednesday morning, one day after China said the U. S. U two spy plane entered a no fly zone without permission. Apparently, this was intended as a warning to the United States. A source told the South China Morning Post, which is an official Chinese outlet. This is China's response to the potential risks brought by the increasingly frequent incoming U. S warplanes in military vessels in the South China Sea fan and tries to claim control over the South China Sea. Obviously, there are other countries that have an interest in the future of the South China Sea, ranging from South Korea. To Taiwan. Has understood the missiles were aimed at showcasing China's ability to deny any force from entering the South China Sea at all. So tensions rising in that area of the world. China apparently is going to come up tonight at the RNC 93, where dissidents are going to talk about the increase of Chinese aggression and tyranny. In just a second. We're going to talk with Joe Jorgensen. She's the Libertarian Party presidential nominee first, folks, you keep asking me what can I do to help save the country? This November will like you when you look right now it looks like a lot of key features of America are on the ballot. Our freedom's free enterprise. Our way of life. The 2020 election is about turnout. Are leftist opponents have their get out the vote machine..

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"south china" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"south china" Discussed on KGO 810

"Harassing Vietnamese ships ramming fisherman's vessels and sinking them and nothing is being done to try to resolve the situation there is a question and answer with you up on the Hoover Institution sites where a fellow and one of the questions as to what are China's ambitions I want to be specific here what are China's ambitions in the South China Sea is pushing into the Philippines and making claims against the Paracel and Spratly islands and claiming islands that are also claimed by Vietnam what is their vision as they reinforce well I think Beijing's vision is is now to follow the the plan that it has had to become the dominant power in the region and in the cities of the region I I think initially I mean you know this is all happened in terms of a historical moment fairly quickly Hey you know twenty years ago China could not enforce its claims it had a very limited navy and and it learned in the nineteen ninety six Taiwan Strait crisis that it had to build up its maritime and aerial power in order to insure that it could protect the waters that it considered its own and this is happened very quickly and so in the beginning I think there was simply a desire on the part of Beijing first of all to to grow your military capabilities and then to be able to to exert what we might call strategic space that would have freedom to move in areas that that it wanted to but it has it has more now of course with these political claims that it has been making that this is Chinese territory were simply taking over areas like the Scarborough shoal kicking out Philippines forces so that it has achieved the position essentially word is almost unchallenged throughout the South China Sea when you look at at the position it's taken in the Spratly islands group in the Paracel islands group the control obviously it has its own island hi non this create sort of an iron triangle which would make it very difficult very difficult for allied shipping or allied navies to get through the South China Sea if if Beijing decided to try to shut down those waters if you talk to the U. S. navy and you talk to Pacific Fleet they will show you how over the past twenty years John what we used to call the first island chain in the second island chain that that Beijing has essentially achieved its goal of of getting maintaining or org attaining first attaining and maintaining of numerical superiority and eventually operational superiority within these waters on the U. S. still sales in them the trump administration has been doing freedom of navigation operations essentially every month but that hasn't changed the facts on the ground the fact that China controls these territories built these islands militarize these islands turn them into bases so that it would be in the case of a war from one perspective the US could easily attack those those islands with with missiles and with from the air but China claims those as sovereign territory which means they would they would then react as though you were attacking Chinese territory they've been very methodical about this indie sensually what we have now is a balance of power in the South China Sea that has steadily shifted in China's behavior even though the United States is still able to project power in that region I'm speaking with Michael Aasen of the Hoover Institution his new book is Asia's new geopolitics essays on reshaping the Indo Pacific we're going from a what if war in the year twenty twenty five between the U. S. and China to a genuine firefight continuing I a war between India the world's most populous nation in China the world's most populous nation when we come back I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show positive news from Major League Baseball the owners and the players are fussing about when to start mid July and how many games to play before the winds of October playoffs you will definitely be positive with balance of nature's fruits and veggies balance of nature provides a health coach no charge to you to guide you with any questions you have take steps to.

"south china" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"south china" Discussed on KTRH

"Between China and Russia ironically hazy will play with so little role and the reason they weaponized in South China Sea was to keep our navy away from their shores another large city they already know how important our navy is going to be I'm very recently took care of navy and put him on poor with the people's Liberation Army the infantry right now all of you this is a hard freeze as equally important to their success as their only being able to function and project its power on land I wanna jewels of the questions that he believes the Chinese have the power to infiltrate dreams I've never heard that yet have you well if this is a whole interesting subject is there a difference with so mind control putting chips full of brains would love to control their own populations minds when they well they already all our home before we conclude I would like to read you a little paragraph about just the extent of their control already over their people go ahead you want to go home how long is the figure solve try and condense just give me a minute's worth or something yeah it's got still million phone calls here in front of the security police can walk in and imprison anyone with the truth our tour only minutes well I can lose or everywhere using advanced official recognition all phone calls the roads communications on the internet and social media are monitored constantly all courses or tracksuit implanted chips I'll just say this they're paranoid I thank no they want total control total control of paranoia Thoman lawyer go ahead Thomas thank you for taking my call and Richard may mother Mary protect you and great research all you have a question you know you have Correo Taiwan South China Sea Hong Kong but there's another point of conflict with China and that's developed when you look at a map of China Tibet feels like I dare say thirty thirty five percent of the land mass of China and you hear rumors it out from the Tibetan refugees of like highways being built secret military installations all possibly secret space launch installations may be even Arianna sphere cuter slike harp being built in Tibet and of course if you look up to bat and where it is you know your vocation TMDL Afghanistan I ran it cetera I mean it seems to be very important so I was curious as to bet question does that play a geopolitical role in the upcoming Armageddon if any zero and what are your thoughts on that once again an excellent question here Georgia very well my point all the best best audience into well he he took over Tibet and the east Turkestan Republic that's engine problems that doubled China's territory immediately stripped off about forty percent of the original Tibet and incorporated it into various provinces China they've been following a very quiet but relentless processes of genocide against the Tibetan people their main objective at this point is to siphon off most of the water from the to the to from the from the highlands of Tibet which are the source of so good important rivers Hey they have very water resources China and most of our polluted so they've already start begun to take that water which is causing problems in Southeast.

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"south china" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:43 min | 3 years ago

"south china" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Back to the South China Sea I've been working a lot on this issue and I've been trying to push this idea of the critical nature of the South China Sea in the US China strategic competition at just militarily you've mentioned some of the problems associated with the United States being pushed farther out I think our conventions the turned against China get severely eroded when they can't hold China had read risk and it's difficult for us to protect countries in the region including many of our allies from Chinese coercion I look at this administration they they obviously have have recognized the challenge of the rise of China and have rightly articulated that we are in a strategic competition with China but for some reason the South China Sea hasn't been at the top of the agenda the last I checked president trump has never tweeted about it during his time as president and as far as I know is in terms of the public record it's never come up in discussions with Eugene paying as some curious you know why do you think this is a given how important it is and given that you very clearly outlined its importance in your book why do you think this has been an issue mainly among the leaves and scholars and hasn't risen to sort of the national leader level well of course at one level it's it is an issue with the American military and they are vividly aware of it on the other hand yeah but I think strategically what we've been doing is wrong are we were we as you know we rely on a model that our ships will go within twelve miles of the Chinese islands will routinely go through there and we have been organizing so that French and Canadian and Australian and British and other ships have also been going through there to maintain the rite of passage I think in the long run that's a dead loser because in in a conflict environment you wouldn't be able to maintain it and I've been arguing with by the way zero effect so we ought to do is take the Chinese model and say this is terrific the idea of building islands in international waters is great and build three islands to the west of the Chinese islands between them on the Chinese mainland of the then that we announced that they would go nuts and wear them in a position as head of the mark you're either going to demobilize these islands our internal international body or do something more we're gonna build three islands that interdict urinals for not gonna let you establish an effective dominance in the region and I think that the the the challenge here I'm guessing okay only Viv up front because I've been avoiding conversations with administration I know that a large number of people are aware of the South China Sea I think part of challenges there are so many components so what's going on you know do you worry about the stealing intellectual property do you worry about the degree to which they cheat against American companies to try to figure out how to offset the National Basketball Association model are do you worry about building a road I mean there are there's so many different components under way that I think it's been hard to get a coherent grand strategy and I really think the reason I wrote this book is to make the argument that we need to recognize this is not under this is not all of government this is all of society that's the real lesson of one way that we are in a competition where we need to think about all of Chinese society is a competitor only to think about how we're going over match that and that's going to take a fairly significant amount of time in in in the Cold War took us from nineteen forty six to nineteen fifty to finally think through what we were doing and I was with the generation that'd fought World War two and are used to thinking on a huge scale we are very few people in the current bureaucracy who are capable of doing that kind of thinking Newt Gingrich former house speaker speaking with oriental Mastro of E. II about his book trump forces check along those lines I recently was testifying on the hill and and one of my colleagues was has a fine with me mention of this this statistic about the difference between the Soviet Union and China know when something like you know the Soviet economy was half the size what time is economy is with respect to the United States but the United States is spending half as much on its military to deal with the challenge so it seems that you know we were in a better resource position perhaps vis a vis the Soviet Union and we are in the competition with China giving your own experience it in Congress and and in American politics what do you think are some of the changes that we need to make domestically to make sure that we do have the resources to compete with China well you know that's part of why I wrote that chapter that is in China's fall because a lot of what has to be done is not a is not China you know when you have six schools in Baltimore in which last year not a single student in six schools not a single student could pass the state maps and ran writing exam you have a crisis that would be there whether the Chinese existed or not and so we need very dramatic deep reforms in our own system we need to reform the Pentagon this is this is a tired bureaucratic structure no I try to remind people there was originally built in nineteen forty three so that twenty three thousand people using carbon paper and manual typewriters could manage a worldwide war now we have iPads smartphones etcetera we still have twenty three thousand people are you know is is is one article and of course it it shows everything down it makes everything too expensive all we've got so you have huge zones of reform so we need the Chinese currently are mopping up all sorts of international organizations why basically bribing countries and they're gonna end up either have either being the leader or having picked the leader for amazing range of international relations we are not even prepared to start thinking about a campaign on the scale and complexity there were gonna need in places like the food and agricultural organization for the World Health Organization just go down the list and it's astonishing how methodically successfully been so I think that the we're going to have to if we should have for serious and we are determined to over match the Chinese we're gonna have to really get our act together we have to go through some very painful and very profound reforms and part of the reason that I wrote a trump versus China was to set the stage for people to have this conversation and to recognize that everything the president's doing which I think is the right general direction is about ten percent of all we need to do if we're only going to be capable of competing with China well I'm happy either you specially wrote about the bureaucratic a nurse at the Pentagon I have in my own career have experienced that first hand and I made a number of suggestions but given that I'm a bit lower on the totem pole they have not been widely accepted but I would say that you know the United States military as you point out the South China Sea situation at the highest for to get fifty jet levels you know they get the threaten the United States military has understood this as as a challenge long before president trump articulated it publicly but the overall bureaucracy is still not focus on Asia I'll give you one addict that there is a professional military education in the airforce I was just re vamped to allow for study is the for regional studies once you get to feel great officer level and they include every region but Asia and this is the new revamped kidding I'm not kidding that just came out that they're putting on line now and so as a as it you just specialist I find it increasingly frustrating the amount of time that's painful it is painful and I'm out of time I spend the learning about key leadership engagements with tribal leaders than that well we're very relevant important to the conflict that the United States fun Afghanistan and Iraq are not going to be relevant for great power competition so I really do hope that some of these recommendations about you know how to influence just the bureaucracies of the lower levels not only of the military but of all aspects of the government of students are really taken into account because I think that is that is so amazingly important and when you talk about the threat to the United States you do mention the book do you think it's an existential threat no my own interpretation I kind of look at what time is too and I think they are challenging the United States in the global stage I think they are military threat to the United States in the region and besides maybe harassed scene a few US companies are you are Americans who are deeply engaged with China the average American does not feel the influence of China but in your book you talk about how you do think it is an existential threat so I was wondering if you could articulate a bit more about why you think that it is it is a deeper threat and potentially others have previously characterized it as well a guy I think is an existential threat in the sense and in two different ways the first is all if they work at it and were dumb enough they could create a coalition which would have a balance of power against us in a way that we have not experienced in American history because for much of the first hundred years we hid behind the Royal Navy and for the second hundred years with a huge worldwide alliance so we we we don't know what it's like to live in a world where there's a hostile dominant force that has a coalition is capable of over matching us that would be an existential threat from the outside but they're also threatened I think this this this problem with the National Basketball Association other problem with Winnie the Pooh of the problem with the the cartoon that is now banned from China because it had it had a show in which is used in paying was sort of ridicule they're beginning to move into defining issue service for the way the new Top Gun I think if I remember correctly they got Tom Cruise to take the Taiwanese and the Japanese flags off his of his flight suit and and just in order to release it and there's a fight underway right now we're changing those refusing to edit his movie to meet the needs of the Chinese censors of but it's that's the cell willingness not just to tell us what happens inside China but to start telling us what ought to happen over here and I think that's why it is a genuine existential threat Newt Gingrich on afterwards trump purses China if you buy oriented Mastro American enterprise institute I would just mention there's a great book by a you a professor you VA and coke is called I think Hollywood made in China that outlines the various ways that China uses its market to compel movies to take one plot line over over another plot line as a China specialist every time I watch a movie in which the Chinese come in as the heroes I know to look for who is financed that movie and that so that definitely does I think have a have a yeah I think you just gave me a future podcast trying to attract a guy down as he would like to spend some time talking about it I love movies and so this would combine two of my passions into one podcast and really a lot of fun I tell you she she she knows a lot about this topic and and I have found that her presentations on it a quite interesting now I myself as you know focus on the military issues and prospects of conflict between China and the United States and one of the things that I look at a lot of our allies and partners in the region so a lot of people would argue that this is a key strange for the United States right that we have partners like Australia and Japan that are supportive of US schools and that we're working together in our competition with China in terms of your recommendations what are some ways that you think we could re vamp the alliances or do more with the alliance is in this competition that goes I guess beyond the region to be a broader issues in terms of China's impact on our society is but also China's impact on the world well I think we have to look in a very serious way at what we're going to be doing to net people together in a more permanent basis for example in the South China Sea or we probably have a real interest to try to get India to join us because they have a huge interest the South China Sea I think has one third of all the world shipping go through so every maritime country and everything exporting country has a huge interest in the South China Sea we also have complex is I was just in Japan a couple weeks ago and the the enmity that still exists between Korea and Japan going back to the Japanese occupation of Korea from nineteen oh five to nineteen forty five that's still very real and it makes it harder to get them to work together in alliance because there's still so much friction perfectly on the green side also at some levels you gotta be constantly working opening goes up all I think in the case of of the Australians I think.

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"south china" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"south china" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Off. My main contacts there celery over thirty five thousand miles an hour when it comes to the ground and hits and actually decompression. I still actually causes a nuclear explosion ground. There's no warning it goes so fast. There's not even going to be a sound boom by the time it hits the ground it just rang and eh one of the elements of of the type of weapon the perfect plausible deniability as to who were what launched it so it kind of drove me insane in terms of it has no thermal signature like a missile thermal signature to see where it's coming from or where it's going or something or anything you wouldn't be able to tell where the heck. This thing came from right right well. It made me think about how deep in the false prophet were able to call down fire from heaven and deceive people by the means of variable produce. Those miracles in the fight vitals right well. You have to understand where i'm concerned about america because the most advanced nation in the world for military trey weapons learning in some areas centuries had everybody else's america america is collaborating with international with russians and others on the space level even for our colony on mars and other event space projects but on the political levels and conflict with them because of politics in the banks the fact is we talked a button. I and my question is why was the control center cited to be in moscow and the documentation sleeps from bob keith and jim million part of the project <hes> like why why would their collaboration with the russians during the obama administration now every democrats demonizing the motive behind seen gene. We'll tell you every simply. Have you ever been called project omega yet. I'll have her okay project conceived by the truly huli society which are the if you wanna call it the cultus in germany who conceived and we're channeling transformational entities actually conceive and billy the society of the belleville gravitons like the foo fighters in the second world war. I try actually took care pilots chasing these things at hypersonic missile speed and actually change direction direction which are ripped your head or arms off so they actually had torsion time speed for space. <hes> nominally vehicles could actually make right angled turns which would ordinarily kill you. Now i understand is principal mainly includes every agency on earth in other words russian security em k._g._b. Which by the way putting this is be the director of the security intelligence services of of nato <hes> south america india whatever every intel agency on the plan hands actually conceived and connected through project or mega. One example of five is so the intel agencies are already our world government in a row the government already exists it exists project omega where they cross pollinate each other inspiring each other and have a central database at central database primarily node is it air force base and fall colorado but there's not a white house england jakarta indonesia moscow-beijing people in realized the beast system already exists. It's a virtual model title averse redondo tolerance in vertical dimensions of ca of g._p._s. up to a vertical dimensions of one and a half centimeters virtual model very building every robe every mountain every everything with a node model of every person the first and second world all exists in their cyberspace so you have to understand although on one layer level you think we're conflict but when it actually the globalist running the whole world the highest level of these masonic secret orders are all in total collaboration. The world's is run by a group called the council of thirteen and the head of the council is called pindar which means a penis of the dragon every agency on earth every bank honors area government on earth is basically subservient clinton jesuits the fed reserve every military interests so although there's an external dance we call the dance of war prewar the dance of economic chaos but they ultimately just like we talked about an hour to they wanna move toward a world currency where everything's in cyberspace so the press all delete uses assist zest they want internet of things where they can hack not onto you into where you are buying things on amazon or on the internet. They want to know the intentions of your hearts looking to hack into your d._n._a..

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