Katyusha News Reference – Wednesday, January 13, 2021

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I. The New Federal State of China News

1. Human Rights Watch, one of the major international human rights organizations, released the World Report 2021 (Report China) on Wednesday (January 13th), which examines global human rights practices, trends and the development status of more than 100 countries. The report criticizes the Chinese Communist Party for its darkest period in terms of human rights since the bloody suppression of the Tiananmen Student Democratic Movement in 1989.

2. Following the British ban on importing Xinjiang forced labor goods, the Canadian government announced on January 12th that it would ban all or part of the goods produced by forced labor workers, and required Canadian enterprises operating in Xinjiang to check for evidence of forced labor.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced Wednesday (January 13th) that all cotton and tomato products produced by enterprises and entities in Xinjiang were banned from entering the United States on the grounds that the products were allegedly made of forced labor of detained Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang.

3. The U.S. Department of Justice announced that Hao Qin, who held a senior position at the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Company of the Communist Party of China, was sentenced to 28 months in prison on Wednesday (January 13th) on charges of drugs and money laundering, including importing fentanyl analogues into New Jersey.

II. World News

1. On Tuesday evening (January 12th), Vice President Mike Pence said he would not invoke the 25thAmendment to the Constitution to remove President Trump. Earlier, Liz Cheney, the third Republican figure in the House of Representatives, said that she would vote for the impeachment of the president.

On Wednesday (January 13th), the U.S. House of Representatives introduced impeachment against President Trump, making Trump the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice in office. California Congressman Eric Swalwell, who has an affair with female CCP spies, was appointed as the head of the impeachment case, which caused media discussion about the appropriateness of the appointment.

A spokesman for Senate Republican Leader McConnell said on Twitter Wednesday (January 14th) that McConnell will not use his emergency power, the Senate will immediately convene this week to deal with impeachment proceedings against President Trump.

2. On February 11th, Judge Elsenheimer of Michigan again vetoed the far-left Michigan Secretary of State and ordered the release of a large number of 2020 election data. According to court documents provided by constitutional attorney Matthew DePerno, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson was ordered to provide him with the following information by February 2nd 2021: Any correspondence, communications, and documents between the County of Antrim, the Michigan House of Representatives, the Michigan Senate concerning the 2020 election, the federal government, the United States House of Representatives, and the United States Senate (including but not limited to members or offices) with respect to the 2020 election; Dominic voting system for the 2020 election.

3. Two lenders that do business with the president — Deutsche Bank AG and Signature Bank — said they would distance themselves from the president. The move has been described as a possible attack on President Donald Trump led by the Communist Party of China, whose company HNA once owned nearly 10 percent of Deutsche Bank.

4. U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo said at the National Press Club schedule in Washington on Tuesday (January 12th) that Iran has become a new safe haven for al-Qaeda. Pompeo confirmed that Abu Mohamed Masri, the second figure of Al-Qaeda, was killed in Tehran last year. He is believed to be the mastermind behind the bombing of two U.S. embassies in Africa in 1998.

5. On the evening of January 13th, local time, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiro Kan announced that foreigners would be completely banned from entering the country from now on, including business personnel from 11 countries and regions that were previously allowed to enter. LuDeShe revealed that Japan’s lockdown will carry out stress tests on its domestic supply chain and emergency response capacity, which has responded to the huge changes that may occur in the world situation.

6. The wife of American casino tycoon, well-known Republican funder and philanthropist Sheldon Adelson confirmed on Tuesday (January 12th) that Adelson has died of a long-term illness at the age of 87. Adelson was a well-known Republican funder who had influence on President Trump and urged him to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. He was known to his fellow revolutionaries for his August phone conversation with President Donald Trump about the impact of the Communist Party’s virus and campaign contributions.

7. Brazilian President Bolsonaro on Wednesday (January 13th) called on fans of his Twitter and Facebook accounts to go to the channel on Telegram Messenger for fear of being banned like President Trump.

8. Pompeo tweeted on Wednesday (January 13th) that President Trump should win the Nobel Peace Prize in promoting peace between Israel and Arabia.

9. The Russian legislature state Duma is considering fines for individuals and companies using Western satellite Internet services in the country. The proposed law prohibits individuals and entities from accessing the Internet through the SpaceX Starlink service, OneWeb or other non-Russian satellite group services under development. Ludeshe revealed that Starlink and other similar technologies are an important part of cracking the “Big Reset Plan”.

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