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This New Chinese Bus Drives OVER Traffic

August 4, 2016

 

"China Developed Bus that Drives OVER Traffic Jams"

 

"Back in May we told you about a prototype bus in China that would, if built, literally drive right over traffic jams. Well, if we’re being totally honest with you, we never believed that the Transit Elevated Bus would actually get made. Which is why we’re pretty surprised to tell you that the TEB has literally just taken its first test drive in Qinhuangdao, Hebei!

 
The idea was first proposed at the 19th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo in May. Despite having nothing but a miniature model, developers Jinchuang Corp said they could have the bus ready by August. And true to their word, the TEB hit the road yesterday. It was only tested on 300 metres of track, but the fact that they could even make it – and in such a short amount of time – is impressive enough for us.
 
The developers say it’ll only take a year to finish. And this time, we believe them."
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Compartment of futuristic straddling bus comes into reality

 

 

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more pictures at link

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https://therealstrategy.com/china-built-bus-drives-over-traffic/ 

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China’s nuclear bomb maker to take Hinkley stake

Jonathan Leake, Science Editor

 

August 7 2016, 12:01am, The Sunday Times
 

China National Nuclear Corporation, which supplies China’s army, is set to take a one-third stake in Hinckley power station

The planned Hinkley Point power station will be part-owned by the same Chinese organisation that supplies the People’s Liberation Army with nuclear bombs and missiles.

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/chinas-nuclear-bomb-maker-to-take-hinkley-stake-0vx0pkghl

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Beijing Crosses Washington's 'Red Line' in South China Sea
00:29 12.08.2016
 

The Chinese military appears to be dramatically increasing its presence around a key island in the South China Sea, sending a strong message to Washington.

As Beijing continues its land reclamation projects in the South China Sea, Washington has remained adamant about one island in particular: Scarborough Shoal.

http://sputniknews.com/asia/20160812/1044182190/scarborough-shoal-red-line.html

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These seem to be indentical articles, surfacing now but the first version from 2014

"On a more interesting note there seems to  evidence that the Ming Empire once took control over Antarctica"

 

China’s New World Map Claims Hawaii, Most of Micronesia

http://www.elitereaders.com/china-claims-hawaii-micronesia-new-map/

 

China’s New World Map Claims Hawaii, Most of Micronesia

Wednesday, August 27, 2014 | Filed under China, World

 

http://www.miniharm.com/2014/08/27/chinas-world-map-claims-hawaii-micronesia/

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China's Thirst For Oil Spells Troubling News For Beijing

Tim Diass

August 12, 2016

 

 

"The U.S., once the poster child of foreign oil dependence, has largely changed its energy future due to its shale oil and gas boom. Though the U.S. energy resurgence created the ongoing oil supply glut with more than two years of downward prices, it has helped stem the unprecedented transfer of U.S. wealth to foreign nations, notably Saudi Arabia and OPEC.

 
According to legendary oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens the U.S. transferred $7 trillion to OPEC nations between 1976 and 2012. It reached its apex in the aftermath of the Arab Oil Embargo in 1973, while it continues to have geopolitical ramifications to this day – from democracy movements to terrorism to civil wars.
 
Now, this four decade old quandary will be one that China has to deal with as the Middle Kingdom continues to increase it reliance on imported foreign oil. So far this year  China’s oil imports have risen 16%, with the country now rivaling the U.S. to become the world’s largest oil importer.
 
China’s increased oil imports have had the knock-on effect of helping to put upward pressure on bearish global oil prices which are down from $107 per barrel in July 2014 to just over $40 per barrel currently.
 
In February, Chinese oil imports breached the 8 million barrels per day (bpd) mark and comes as the country’s oil fields mature, one of the reasons why Beijing has pushed its territorial claims so fervently in the South China Sea.
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China takes major step in space race

August 16, 2016

 

 

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"China’s launch of the first quantum satellite Tuesday will push forward efforts to develop the ability to send communications that can’t be penetrated by hackers, experts said.

 
The satellite launched into space from the Jiuquan launch base in northwestern China’s Gobi desert will allow Chinese researchers to transmit test messages between Beijing and northwestern China as well as other locations around the world.
 
If the tests are successful, China will take a major step toward building a worldwide network that can send messages that can’t be wiretapped or cracked through conventional methods.
 
“It moves the challenge for an eavesdropper to a different domain,” said Alexander Ling, principal investigator at the Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore. “Lots of people around the world think having secure communications at a quantum level is important. The Europeans, the Americans had the lead, but now the Chinese are showing the way forward.”
 
Quantum communications use subatomic particles to securely communicate between two points. A hacker trying to crack the message changes its form in a way that would alert the sender and cause the message to be altered or deleted.
 
Researchers around the world have successfully sent quantum messages by land. But a true satellite-based network would make it possible to send quickly encrypted messages in an instant around the world and open the door to other possible uses of the technology.
 
Cybersecurity has been a major focus in recent years for China, which has pushed regulations aimed at limiting technology imported from the U.S. in the wake of Edward Snowden’s revelations of widespread surveillance by the U.S. through the use of American hardware.
 
China has in turn been repeatedly accused by the U.S. of hacking into computer systems to steal commercial secrets and information that could harm American national security. China has rejected claims that it runs a state-sponsored hacking program and says that it is among the leading victims of cybercrime.
 
Quantum messaging could become a major defense against hackers and have applications ranging from military and government communications to online shopping."
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"china everywhere"

Chinese scientists study viability of manned radar station on the moon

By Ian Greenhalgh on August 21, 2016

-The proposed facility, which may include quarters for astronauts and a powerful radar antenna array at least 50 metres high, could monitor wider areas of our planet than existing satellites, according to scientists involved in the study.

The base, which would be used for scientific research and defence monitoring, could also produce more powerful and clearer images of earth as the high-frequency microwaves emitted by the radar station could not only penetrate cloud, but also the earth’s surface, allowing it to monitor areas on land, under the sea and underground-

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2016/08/21/chinese-scientists-study-viability-of-manned-radar-station-on-the-moon/

 

China builds military installation near disputed islands

By Jim W. Dean, Managing Editor on August 20, 2016

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2016/08/20/china-builds-military-installation-near-disputed-islands/

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hmmm  KMRIA we were both on the moon thing, but you did get it first, LOL

 

China’s hack-proof quantum satellite leap into space leads the world

August 17, 2016

Stephen Chen

 

 

"Groundbreaking project could result in breakthroughs in cryptography and teleportation

 

China launched the world’s first quantum science satellite into space early on Tuesday morning, with the project carrying the hopes of scientists around the world.
 
But its first mission, to establish a hack-proof communication line between China and Europe, will also have major national security implications.
 
At 1.40am, the small satellite, recently named Micius after an ancient Chinese philosopher and engineer, began a journey into the big unknown on top of a Long March 2D rocket launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in Inner Mongolia’s Gobi Desert.
 
Eight years ago, quantum physicist Pan Jianwei and space engineer Wang Jianyu teamed up to build the world’s first quantum satellite in the hope of finding the portal to a whole new universe.
 
“Pan has some big ideas, my job is to squeeze them in a satellite,” Professor Wang, commander in chief of China’s quantum science satellite (QSS) project, told the South China Morning Post in an exclusive interview.
 
The satellite was initially called QUESS (quantum experiments at space scale) and then QSS. Pan, the project’s chief scientist, said they had been scratching their heads for a long time to find a proper name for it.
 
Micius was chosen not only because it fit the pioneering nature of the experiments, but also as a nod to Chinese culture, Pan told state media on Monday.
 
More than 2,400 years ago, Micius proposed that light always travelled in a straight line and that the physical world was made up by particles. He also built the world’s first pinhole camera.
 
The QSS project began at the Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, a subsidiary of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), in 2008.
 
The satellite, weighing less than a Smart car, will be looking for a universe different from Einstein’s. One where a cat can be alive and dead at the same time, where bits of information can be “teleported” from one galaxy to another faster than the speed of light, where the internet cannot be hacked, and where a calculator can run faster than all the world’s super computers combined.
 
“The QSS missions are something never attempted by other nations,” Wang said. “China has been trailing the footsteps of others for more than a century. QSS will be our first step ahead of others [in space].
 
“It is a tiny step, but it is a step for the human race.”
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China may be stockpiling more oil than anyone realized

 

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/china-may-be-stockpiling-more-oil-than-anyone-realized/ar-BBwMUeD?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=wispr

 

"Investment banks and other analysts have estimated that China has been importing 600,000 to 1.2 million barrels a day more than it needs for consumption. If China has just been bargain hunting, it could cut imports and help keep prices low. Or it could press ahead to reach its 100-day goal."

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China Unveils Three Major Decisions Within Three Minutes

Nov. 7, 2016      Andy Sharp

"As the world focuses on the race for the White House, China unveiled three major decisions within three minutes of each other on Monday.
Among a raft of statements issued by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, Beijing named a new finance minister, effectively barred a pair of elected Hong Kong “localists” from office, and passed a cybersecurity law that may hamstring foreign companies in Asia’s biggest economy.
The news from the nation’s top legislative body followed a plenum of top Communist Party officials last month, where President Xi Jinping was declared the “core” leader of China -- a designation that boosted his authority.
For analysis of Xi’s new power, click here
Here’s a look at the three decisions:

Finance Chief

Little more than three years into the job, veteran reformer Lou Jiwei was replaced as finance minister in favor of Xiao Jie, a former senior aide to Premier Li Keqiang who has spent more than two decades at the ministry.>> continued

Localists Barred


The Standing Committee also ruled that Hong Kong people who advocate independence from Beijing can’t hold public office -- a rare intervention aimed at stopping two elected localists from taking their posts.
The decision was only Beijing’s second unilateral interpretation of the law in the former British colony since it was returned to China almost two decades ago. It came before a Hong Kong court ruling over whether the pro-independence activists voted into the city’s legislature in September could serve in the chamber after insulting China in their oaths of office.>>continued

Cybersecurity Law


Beijing also gave the green-light to controversial legislation that may grant China unprecedented access to the technology of foreign companies operating in the country.
The Cyber Security Law, which will take effect in June, requires Internet operators to cooperate with probes involving crime and national security. Companies will face mandatory testing and certification of computer equipment and will have to give investigators full access to data if misconduct is suspected.
China’s safeguarding of its IT systems has grown increasingly aggressive along with its policing of cyberspace as public discourse shifts to online forums. Foreign companies are concerned that requirements to store data locally and only employ technology deemed “secure” means local companies will gain yet another edge over them.">>continued

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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-11-07/with-world-fixated-on-u-s-election-china-moves-on-three-fronts
 

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This is the same feeling I had when a group from work went to visit the Chinese human body exhibition where so call prisoners who had been sentenced to death were harvested and all their skin peeled off to show the make up of the human body.  They were then put in positions, pedalling bikes or whatever.  I was so disgusted I walked outside to wait on the rest of my group.  I had this really bad feeling that these people were processed alive to create this exhibition and that there was no consent to display their naked human bodies all over the world.  Not good.

China::: Innocents being killed for organ harvesting

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Date: Wednesday, 16-Nov-2016 18:29:35

 

Reader:

China is engaged in large-scale forced organ harvesting, killing prisoners of conscience, including many Christians, and selling their organs on the lucrative international market.

Just as the establishment politicians and media in the U.S. tried to cover up and hide the Planned Parenthood trade in baby body parts after it was exposed by undercover journalists, the Chinese government and media have also denied any such trade exists in China.

But two investigators who have spent 10 years researching evidence of forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China told the Canadian Parliament’s human rights subcommittee that the practice of killing for profit-driven transplants continues unabated in China, the Epoch Times reports.

International human-rights lawyer David Matas and former Crown attorney and cabinet minister David Kilgour presented the findings of their latest report, released in June, at a House of Commons hearing on Nov. 3.

Based on an analysis of more than 700 organ transplantation centers in China, the report indicated that Chinese hospitals have performed an estimated 60,000 to 100,000 organ transplants a year since the year 2000, and most of the organs were sourced from innocent prisoners of conscience — Uyghurs, Tibetans, home-church Christians and practitioners of Falun Gong meditation.

“For the last 15 years, as you all know, across China there has been regime-sanctioned pillaging and trafficking in the vital organs of prisoners of conscience, overwhelmingly from practitioners of Falun Gong, but also Tibetans, Uyghurs, and some house Christians, to fund an immensely profitable but despicable commerce with wealthy Chinese patients and organ tourists,” Kilgour said.

A billion-dollar industry

The profits generated from the selling of the organs is in the billions of dollars. Matas said the estimates are now even higher with updated figures on the volume of transplants involved each year.

He said the prices have gone up over time partly because of inflation, “and partly because there’s more of a cover-up and there’s enough of a focus that [the Chinese regime] feel they can charge a premium for doing this undercover work,” Matas said.

Matas told the committee that the demonization and mass detention of Falun Gong practitioners, combined with a long-standing practice of sourcing organs from death-row prisoners and hospitals’ need for funding, led to the mass killing of Falun Gong adherents for their organs, according to ChinaAid, an international non-profit Christian human rights organization committed to promoting religious freedom and the rule of law in China.

“Falun Gong practitioners became a ready, inexhaustible source of organs which can be sold to transplant tourists at exorbitant prices,” Matas said.

Hospitals with transplant centers, the report disclosed, indicate that organ transplants are their largest source of revenue. Kilgour told the committee the crimes being committed in China involve many players.

“Organ pillaging in China is a crime in which the Communist Party, state institutions, the health system, hospitals, and the transplant profession are all complicit,” Kilgour said.

End-game for any data-driven society ruled by atheist elites

Patrick Wood, author of “Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation,” said China, as the world’s largest godless technocracy, should serve as a warning to Western democracies that are heading in the same direction with abortion and euthanasia.

Technocracy is a key component of the modern globalization movement promoted by the United Nations and other globalist entities. Wood’s book paints a chilling picture of a centrally planned dictatorship run by mostly unelected elites making decisions for the masses based solely on science and data.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/11/christians-killed-for-organ-harvesting/#X2XkORFqTUCdZuTE.99

Source http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=62288

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Massive explosion rocks chemical plant in east China – media

Feb. 8. 2017

Massive explosion rocks chemical plant in east China – media

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"An explosion has rocked a chemical plant in Tongling, in the province of Anhui in eastern China, local media outlets report. No casualties have been reported so far.

Pictures tweeted by Xinhua and People’s Daily China show massive fireballs erupting from the factory building.

The explosion caused a fire, which has now been brought under control without causing any casualties, according to the official Tongling Daily, cited by Reuters. 

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https://www.rt.com/news/376722-china-chemical-plant-blast/

 

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China makes 'flammable ice' breakthrough in South China Sea

From May, 2017   Alec MacFarland     

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"China is talking up its achievement of mining flammable ice for the first time from underneath the South China Sea."

"The fuel-hungry country has been pursuing the energy source, located at the bottom of oceans and in polar regions, for nearly two decades. China's minister of land and resources, Jiang Daming, said Thursday that the successful collection of the frozen fuel was "a major breakthrough that may lead to a global energy revolution," according to state media.

Experts agree that flammable ice could be a game changer for the energy industry, similar to the U.S. shale boom. But they caution that big barriers -- both technological and environmental -- need to be cleared to build an industry around the frozen fuel, which is also known as gas hydrate.

China, the world's largest energy consumer, isn't the first country to make headway with flammable ice. Japan drilled into it in the Pacific and extracted gas in 2013 -- and then did so again earlier this month. The U.S. government has its own long-running research program into the fuel.

The world's resources of flammable ice -- in which gas is stored in cages of water molecules -- are vast. Gas hydrates are estimated to hold more carbon than all the world's other fossil fuels combined, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

And it's densely packed: one cubic foot of flammable ice holds 164 cubic feet of regular natural gas, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.    

Chinese state news agency Xinhua says that makes the fuel a strong contender to replace regular oil and natural gas. But like any fossil fuel, flammable ice raises significant environmental concerns."

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http://money.cnn.com/2017/05/19/news/china-flammable-ice-sea/index.html

 

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2 hours ago, breezy said:

China's Ghost Cities Soon to Have Residents

 

Very interesting perspective he has on those empty cities.

Several questions:

Where are these cities getting their water supply from, and do they have enough?

Transport appears to be based on the car, old-fashioned, but fuel supplies?

How do people get to and from these cities?

Food - where does that come from, and how do they transport it in?

Shops, and distribution?

 

 

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I believe he mentioned the rebuilding of "The Silk Road"?  Perhaps once the cities have inhabitants, there will be no need to leave them?  From what I've read/seen, the cities are self sufficient or will be, and if connected to the silk road, what else would they need?   

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7 hours ago, EagleWings said:

Several questions:

Where are these cities getting their water supply from, and do they have enough?

Transport appears to be based on the car, old-fashioned, but fuel supplies?

How do people get to and from these cities?

Food - where does that come from, and how do they transport it in?

Shops, and distribution?

 

 

Very astute questions as always, EagleWings!

I doubt they got any water source except....Tibet. That's why they don't let go of Tibet. China invaded Tibet. (Mind you, long ago, Tibet used to harass China, too. But once Tibetan Buddhism got established, people there became very calm. Then copped the wrath from China...) And currently taking Tibetan water out to mainland China. 

Scary it is but I recall I saw a data that China won't have any drinkable water anywhere within 3 years and that was in 2017, methinks.......

So with Chinese rough ransacking of water from Tibetan ice, Tibetan mountains and surrounding areas won't be suitable for growing food anymore soon, I guess. Then what? I have no idea. Maybe China got to start using huge volume of desalinated water from the sea instead, meaning the water price would go high for China, again meaning all the products from China will be very expensive, thus NO POINT in running any factories in China for industrial communities. Kaput.

Fuel? It has to come from Uyghur. Uyghur got it hell a lot. That's why they don't let go of Uyghur.

Silk Road BS is a globalist move. And China can't let go of Uyghur again because that's where the Silk Road starts as well.

I have no idea about food or the distribution system but I take they will rob the food from "Autonomous regions" where they went to ransack already, while they can.

 

Poor people within China who are so oppressed by the CCP run government are having incredibly difficult time from their Big Brother system and lack of healthy environment such as water---meaning lack of health physically and mentally. I feel so sad that their magnificent nature's been trashed. If they don't look after the land, no way they can grow food to live healthy.

 

BTW Mr. Xi has been copping number of assassination plots, apparently. It's becoming harder to him to keep the tubs on things he wishes to. This is a typical cycle China goes through, too.

But the intellects/China watchers are saying that it had been a BLISS that Mr. Xi started to boast about how China became strong. He started doing so too early for China and if he waited for another 5 years or so....maybe the rest of the world never had chance to get our life back from Chinese tentacles.... Because of his shortfall, POTUS is waging a hellish war against them now in order to stop their expansionism.

 

 

 

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We've been watching from Viet Nam and Australia the massive amounts of food that China keeps buying.

They buy a lot, process some, and sell a bit back - but what happens to the remainder?

We heard years ago about some of their advnaced technology - the Minto electric motor, etc. I am wondering if they are using these Zero-point machines to build massive storage facilities for the food, and maybe the same forms of power can be used to get or clean up water (Suzzanne's coils, etc.)

If so, then we have a country preparing for a long siege - from whatever direction...

 

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The Chinese are not stupid, by any means. They built those cities for a reason, and with a purpose, so it would not make sense for them to not also have planned, to the most minute detail, for how to provide for the future inhabitants' needs.  They have been buying up the world's resources from every country that allows them access, and from the oceans also.  By that I mean gold,  copper mines, coal, rare earth minerals from the oceanic volcanoes (the only country given int'l permission to do so) along with water from our great lakes and who knows from where else.  I wonder if the building of those cement jungles has anything to do with the world's ocean sand disappearing so quickly?  Right now, it seems a person can't buy  anything that isn't produced in China.  While the rest of the world has been sleeping, they  have been preparing for something.  Not only that, but their technology in just about everything, is at the forefront.  Medicine, space, defense, you name it, and a lot of it stolen from, or sold to them by way of treasonous actions from greedy elites in countries like the US.  Yes, i'd say they are well prepared to care for someone, and never forget that we, the you and I's of the world, are only important to ourselves.  

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Also the move to "forcefully" create such places raised their real estate boom....which is apparently looking like about to crash fairly soon.....but who knows when exactly that would happen, when we are dealing with CCP who can manipulate the market as much as they like. (It means no one can trust Yuan...)

Multiple reasons and plans for the creations of such locations, I take. 

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My relatives in Viet Nam say that their government is selling out their country. Russians are becoming ordinary tourists in Viet Nam as well, especially at beach resorts. We might see mixed kids of Russian and Vietnamese origins in the future in media, 20-30 years from now if WW3 is foiled of course. 

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How arrest of Chinese ‘princess’ exposes regime’s world domination plot

Steven W. Mosher                        Dec. 22, 2018

 

"Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou’s arrest in Vancouver on Dec. 6 led to immediate blowback.

Furious Chinese Communists have begun arresting innocent Canadians in retaliation. So far, three of these “revenge hostages” have been taken and are being held in secret jails on vague charges. Beijing hints that the hostage count may grow if Meng is not freed and fast.

Even for a thuggish regime like China’s, this kind of action is almost unprecedented.

So who is Meng Wanzhou?

Currently under house arrest and awaiting extradition to the US, she will face charges that her company violated US sanctions by doing business with Iran and committed bank fraud by disguising the payments it received in return.

But to say that she is the CFO of Huawei doesn’t begin to explain her importance — or China’s reaction.

It turns out that “Princess” Meng, as she is called, is Communist royalty. Her grandfather was a close comrade of Chairman Mao during the Chinese Civil War, who went on to become vice governor of China’s largest province.

She is also the daughter of Huawei’s Founder and Chairman, Ren Zhengfei. Daddy is grooming her to succeed him when he retires.

In other words, Meng is the heiress apparent of China’s largest and most advanced hi-tech company, and one which plays a key role in China’s grand strategy of global domination.

Huawei is a leader in 5G technology and, earlier this year, surpassed Apple to become the second largest smartphone maker in the world behind Samsung."

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https://nypost.com/2018/12/22/how-arrest-of-chinese-princess-exposes-regimes-world-domination-plot/

@unity I know you posted an article about ALL Chinese citizens being expected to spy.  I wondered why this lady's arrest caused such a kerfuffle, now we know.  

 

‘GAME CHANGER’ China tests sub-launched nuclear missile that can strike America from thousands of miles away

Patrick Knox              Dec. 21, 2018

"Beijing is spending billions on creating a submarine force which is capable of wiping out American cities and military bases. Previously its sea launched nukes were not powerful enough to reach the US mainland

CHINA has successfully tested a submarine launched missile which can unleash a nuclear holocaust anywhere in the United States, sources have revealed.

The game-changing Chinese military flight tested the Julong-3 missile that will be deployed with the next generation of ballistic missile submarines which are in the pipeline.

Chinese authorities have denied the test but a well placed source within the American military has confirmed to The Diplomat the launch took place last month.   

Type 096 nuclear ballistic missile submarines remains under construction and is expected to begin sea trials in three years.

A US Department of Defence report said: “China’s four operational JIN-class SSBNs represent China’s first credible, seabased nuclear deterrent.”

Geopolitical analysts widely fear a showdown between the United States and China over who controls the South China Sea as well as the independence of Taiwan which could spiral out of control and lead to World War 3."

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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8036617/china-tests-sub-launched-nuclear-missile/

 

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Inside China's audacious global propaganda campaign

https://www.theguardian.com/news/2018/dec/07/china-plan-for-global-media-dominance-propaganda-xi-jinping

Naming the names!

And Huawey was organised by a powerful ex-military guy.

That's indicating already it will be a threat if you use Huawey products within gov and military.

I thought ZET was in the same sorta dodginess with the link to CCP gov in China.

In the name of CHEAP handset, would you lose the safety over your family and friends? I highly doubt it.

Also all Confucius Institutes all over the world, they are said to be teaching CCP values and Propaganda.

Time to get rid of all of them.

Below article is all in Japanese but it's about the "brain" of Mr. Xi committed suicide on the day when the Huawei Princess was arrested, the guy connecting to Mr. Xi's The "Project of 1000", the plan to rule the world under highly brainy skilled people gathered around Mr. Xi.

ファーウェイ逮捕当日に自殺していた習氏“参謀” 中国「千人計画」と関係か

2018.12.15 23:30

https://www.iza.ne.jp/kiji/world/news/181215/wor18121523300013-n1.html?utm_source=yahoo news feed&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=related_link

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