Tokyo District Court Rules ” Short Hours Order ” Amid CCP Virus outbreak Is Illegal
The Tokyo District Court ruled on May 16 that the Tokyo metropolitan government’s order to shorten business hours as a measure to prevent and control the spread of the CCP virus (Covid-19) was “not particular necessary” and “illegal.” However, the court dimissed the claim filed by the Plaintiff, restaurant chain Global-Dining, that the order violated the Constitution that guarantees the freedom of business.
Dow Jones Industrial Average’s Biggest Weekly Drop Since 1923
On May 20, a longest weekly losing streak had been recorded in nearly 100 years at the Dow Jones Industrial Average. It closed up 9 points on Friday and ended the week down about 3%, its eighth straight weekly loss and the longest weekly loss since year 1923.
Ukrainian will not Accept Ceasefire Until Russia Fully Withdraws its Troops
On May 19th, Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to Ukrainian President Zelensky, said Ukraine would not accept any ceasefire offered by Russia until all Russian troops had withdrawn.
Intel Investing $700 Million to Build Data Center Research Lab
On Thursday, Intel announced two major investment plans aimed at creating more sustainable data center technology. The Santa Clara-based chip giant will spend more than $700 million to build a 200,000-square-foot R&D facility. Rather, the lab will address issues such as heat recovery and reuse, immersion cooling and water efficiency improvement.
Rubio: U.S. Companies’ Pursuit of Profits Increases the CCP’s Bargaining Power
During the show "American Thought Leader" on May 17, Senator Rubio said that the CCP regime leverages the dependence of U.S. companies on the Chinese market to pressure the U.S. government, pursue its military ambitions to unify Taiwan, and replace the United States as the world's only superpower. So in the future, if the CCP decides to invade Taiwan, they will tell the U.S. that if the U.S were to meddle in Taiwan or Japan or any other territory they want to go to, they would cut off the supply chain.
Canada to Ban Huawei and ZTE Equipment From Its 5G Networks
Canadian Industry Minister Champagne announced on the 19th that Ottawa intends to exclude Huawei and ZTE from Canada's 5G network, and suppliers that had installed such equipment would be required to stop using them and remove them. By June 2024, businesses must remove installed 5G equipment from the two campanies at their own expense.
US Charges Chinese Fake Pro-Democracy Activists With Spying and Repression
On May 18, a US citizen and four officials from China's Ministry of State Security (MSS) were charged in a public indictment with conspiracy and other charges related to espionage and transnational repression.
WHO: Italy Had the Highest Number of the CCP Virus Deaths in Europe Last Week
Last week, Italy was the country with the highest number of deaths from the CCP virus (COVID-19) in the European region and the second highest globally, according to the latest update from the World Health Organization (WHO) for the period from 9 to 15 May.
Mass Nucleic Acid Tests Generated Fat Profits up to 14.6 Billion Yuan for the CCP
Since the outbreak of the CCP virus epidemic, 11.5 billion nucleic acid tests have been carried out across China. There are 12,500 medical and health institutions have conducted tests, with a total of 144,700 employees involved. AskCI Corporation, a leading industry research and consulting firm estimates that the large-scale nucleic acid tests have generated fat profits up to 14.6 billion RMB yuan in the Communist China.
Autopsy Pathology Confirms English Woman Die From CCP Virus Vaccine
It was reported that a woman named Dawn Wooldridge, 36 died on June 15, 2021, 11 days after her first dose of Pfizer CCP virus vaccine injection. The woman's autopsy pathological analysis confirms the vaccine was the cause of her death and was ruled by the judge during a hearing held in Berkshire, England, on May 5 2022.
Communist China Gives Up Hosting the 2023 Asian Cup
The 2023 AFC Asian Cup was initially scheduled to take place in China from June 16 to July 16, 2023. However, affected by the epidemic, it is difficult for the Chinese Organizing Committee to promise to hold the Asian Cup in a fully open mode next year.
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Chinese Communist Party's BSN aims to control global dogital currency; Food Crisis in Communist China is Imminent.
WHO held an emergency meeting as 100 monkeypox cases confirmed in Europe
On May 20, Germany, Belgium, France, and the Netherlands reported the first cases of monkeypox. So far, over 100 cases have been confirmed or suspected across Europe. The World Health Organization (WHO) held an emergency meeting on the 20th to discuss the recent outbreak of monkeypox.
Microsoft Bing Censors U.S. Users, Blocks CCP’s ‘Sensitive Words’
It is reported on May 20th, a researcher in the Citizen Lab with a Canadian university found Microsoft Bing censors its American users and blocks politically sensitive words which the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) do not like.
Bannon Warned that Global Supply Chains are Collapsing
In a recent episode of "Bannon War Room," Steve Bannon of The Voice of America, explains how and why “this system (the supply chain) is breaking down.”
Morals of the Whistleblower Movement Fellow Fighters
Suspicion and more suspicion are the means by which the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) divides and stirs up internal conflicts among the people. The CCP has never stopped the internal divisions and defection against the Kuomintang, Fa Lun Gong, and the Whistleblower Movement.
President Biden kicks off a 5-day Asia Trip to Unite Allies Against the CCP
The U.S. President Joe Biden arrived in South Korea on May 20 to start a five-day trip to Asia. Biden landed at Osan Air Base in Seoul by plane. There he met with Yoon Seok-yeol, the newly elected President of South Korea for the first time.
U.S.-ROK Joint Statement : Ensure a Free and Open Indo-Pacific Region
On May 21st, U.S. President Joe Biden held a friendly meeting and conversation with South Korean President Yoon Seok-youl. The both sides stated that the focus of U.S.-ROK cooperation is to ensure a free and open Indo-Pacific region.
The CCP forces Hong Kong Dollar to Decouple from U.S. Dollar
In the live broadcast on May 18th, Miles Guo said that the CCP has transferred 70% of its foreign trade and terminal interests from Hong Kong to Shanghai in order to weaken Hong Kong's port status.
Pentagon Unveils Shocking New UFO Footage
According to a report on May 19th, the US Department of Defense participated in a congressional hearing on unidentified flying objects (UFOs) for the first time that day. The hearings addressed military sightings of UFOs in training areas and whether they posed a threat to pilots or national security.