The US is Preparing for the Chinese Communist Party’s Destruction – The Day They Wage War Against Taiwan Will be the Day of Their Demise
In the broadcast on November 26th, Mr Miles Guo points out there are four phenomena suggesting that the U.S is preparing for the obliteration of the CCP. The first sign is the “smoke bomb”. Historically, the U.S would make “promises” to countries such as Iraq and Yugoslavia, and Kosovo before going to war with them, and these “promises” were the “smoke bombs” that concealed the real actions of the U.S. Today, the same strategy is also used against the CCP.
Lithuania Strikes Back against CCP’s Diplomatic Punishment
On November 24, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Landsbergis stated that Lithuania would take a series of countermeasures after the CCP announced that the diplomatic relations between the two countries would be downgraded from the ambassadorial level to the charge d'affaires level due to the Taiwan issue.
EU Ambassador Agrees To Extend Sanctions Against China, Bilateral Investment Agreement Almost Out of Reach
The decision of the ambassadors of the EU member states to agree to the extension of sanctions against four CCP officials and one CCP entity makes it very difficult for the BIA to be adopted again.
US Navy Ships Cross the Taiwan Strait in Accordance with the Law
The U.S. Seventh Fleet issued a statement local time on November 23rd, a U.S. Guided missile destroyer crossed Taiwan in accordance with International Law.
U.S. Congress Aims to Pass China Competition Act by End of the Year
On November 16th, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y, announced at his weekly press conference attachment of the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act of 2021, or USICA, with the National Defense Authorization Act, and the merged bill being passed by the end of the year.
Biden Signs the “Safety Equipment Act” to Prohibit Huawei, ZTE from Entering the US
On November 11, US President Biden signed the "Safety Equipment Act." The main content of the bill is to require the Federal Communications Commission of the United States not to review or approve equipment applications that would pose a national security risk in the United States.
The World’s Largest Trade Union Expresses Unequivocal Opposition to CCP’s 2022 Olympic Winter Games
On November 9th, the International Trade Union Confederation, the world’s largest trade union, issued a statement expressing unequivocal opposition to the CCP’s hosting of the 2022 Olympic Winter Games.
The Vice-President of the National Assembly of France Calls for Suspension of Extending Financial Assistance to the CCP
On November 9th local time, Marc Le Fur, Vice-President of the National Assembly of France told the media that France extended €140-million in official development assistance to the CCP in 2020 and planned to proceed with this assistance in 2022.
Biden Administration Continues to Enforce Ban on Investment in Chinese Communist Party Military-Linked Companies
President Joe Biden reportedly said on November 9th that he would continue the Trump administration’s policy of prohibiting U.S. capital investments in companies with ties to the Chinese Communist Party's military.
European Countries that have Decoupled from the CCP are Important Financial Reserves of the Himalaya Reserve
Several European countries have recently terminated their most-favored-nation status with the CCP authorities, including Liechtenstein, a world-renowned financially free country. The country was once an important part of the CCP's foreign financial penetration. The CCP spent 8% of its overseas public relations expenses in Liechtenstein each year, aiming to create an overseas vault for the CCP. However, Liechtenstein became the first country in the European Union to decouple itself from the CCP's trade and became one of the important financial reserves of the Himalaya Reserve.
U.S. Lawmakers Push New Bill To Track CCP Activities Worldwide
On October 27, Republicans in the U.S. Congress introduced a bill called the China Watcher Act, which would establish a new program at the State Department to monitor, track, and counteract the military, economic, and political dynamics of the Chinese Communist Party in the international community.
The Commissioner of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Hopes to Conduct a New Restrictions Review on Chinese Drone Manufacturer DJI
In December, DJI was included in the U.S. government’s economic blacklist by the U.S. Department of Commerce. In January 2020, the U.S. Department of the Interior said it would suspend its fleet of about 800 UAVs manufactured by Communist China, and earlier stopped the Ministry of Interior’s purchase of such type of UAVs.
최소 15% ! 다국적 기업(MNEs)세율 개혁 돌파
“증권시보 ”10월 11일 보도에따르면 현지 시간으로 10월 8일 ,경제협력발전기구가 전세계 회사의 세율 개혁에 중대한 돌파를 거두었다고 발표하였다. 2023년 부터 다국적기업(MNEs)의 세율이 최저15%로 결정 된다.
New Zealand Labour MP To Present Petition For Diplomatic Boycott Of Beijing Winter Olympics
Writer: Lois Labour MP Louisa Wall has agreed to present a petition to the House of Representatives asking New Zealand to stage a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. The petition is due to be presented on October 19, 2021. The Clerk of the House will announce the petition in the House, and
India Plans to Build Strategic Deep-water Facilities at Sri Lanka Port to Compete with Communist China
On September 30, in order to confront the Communist China's growing influence at Indian Ocean, Adani Group (an Indian multinational conglomerate) and John Keells Holdings (Sri Lanka’s largest listed company in the Colombo Stock Exchange) as well as Sri Lanka's Ports Authority signed a deal of approximately 700 million dollars on building a strategic deep-water port terminal in Sri Lanka
US SEC Supports the New Legislation to Accelerate the Delisting of Chinese Listed Companies with Financial Fraud
The Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) is supporting a new piece of legislation, The Accelerating the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act (AHFCAA), to protect U.S. investors. This act allows the SEC to act quickly to protect American investments from the volatile corporate structure known as a Variable Interest Entity (VIE).
U.S. and E.U. meet to detail in-depth global trade and technological cooperation to counter CCP’s threats
After the form of the security alliance known as AUKUS and the meeting between the U.S., Japan, India, and Australia, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo and United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai will represent the Biden administration at the inaugural U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council, or TTC, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on this Wednesday.
German Ministry of Interior Launches Investigation On Chinese-Made Smartphones
Following Lithuanian government's warning about the information censorship function built into Communist China’s smartphone products, the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) under the German Ministry of Interior has also launched an investigation into the same matter.
European Parliament Overwhelmingly Adopts Report Calling for New EU Strategy for Communist China
On September 16, the European Parliament's official website reported that the European Parliament overwhelmingly adopted a "New EU-China Strategy Report" on Thursday with 570 votes in favor, 61 against, and 40 abstentions, calling for a new EU strategy towards Communist China.
Taiwan: Latest Poll Shows 87.5% of Taiwanese Do Not Accept “One Country, Two Systems”
The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) of the Taiwan Executive Yuan published the latest poll showing that 87.5% of the people oppose and cannot accept the so-called "One country, two systems".
CIA Intends to Register on TikTok, Senator Rubio Opposed Publicly
CIA intends to register on TikTok, Senator Rubio issued a statement opposing it publicly