The CCP’s Attack on Gettr Stemmed from its Fear
In the video on Gettr dated on May 17th, Miles Guo talked about recent attacks on Gettr and the New Federal State of China spread by the CCP through the media and other news platforms.
Tesla Building Largest Super Charging Station in U.S.
It is reported on May 20th, that Electric Vehicle (EV) manufacturer Tesla is building a super EV charging station in Mojave Desert between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. It would be the largest super charging station in the world, with 100 charging points.
Luxury Watchmaker Tag Heuer Accepts Digital Currency Payments
On May 19, Swiss luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer announced the availability of digital currency payments in its U.S. online store.
U.S. Places Order for 13 million Monkeypox Vaccines
The U.S. officials said on Thursday, that the Government has ordered 13 million additional doses of Monkeypox vaccine after a man in Massachusetts contracted the rare but potentially serious viral illness, New York Times reported on May 19.
China Warns US of Dangerous Situation
According to BEIJING (Bloomberg) - China's top diplomat warned the United States that its support for Taiwan was on the "wrong path" as Beijing once again sent military aircraft to Taiwan.
“Nine-Fingered Demon” Under US Federal Criminal Investigation
In yesterday's live broadcast, Miles Guo was delighted to announce that the U.S. Federal Government has formally investigated Sara Lihong Wei, also known as the ‘nine-fingered demon’ and her gang.
Hudson Institute Launches New China Center
Hudson Institute launched its new China Center on May 19th, which will be dedicated to crafting policy responses to keep America’s strategic focus on Communist China and foster a national and global dialogue rooted in the values of freedom and democracy.
Chinese billionaires Suddenly Selling Assets in Fear of U.S. Sanctions
On May 19th, Miles Guo revealed in a Gettr broadcast that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities had learned that the United States was about to impose extreme sanctions and seize all CCP-related overseas assets, which has led to a large number of mysterious Chinese billionaires to selling their overseas holdings at low prices over the past 24 hours. But these sellers did not accept US dollars payment.
4 Military Planes from China Harassed Taiwan
According to a report by the Central News Agency (CNA) on May 18th, four military planes from Communist China intruded into Taiwan's southwest air defense identification zone (ADIZ) today, with two of them approaching the end of the center line in the Taiwan Strait.
Future New NATO will be Centered on Kyiv
On May 13th, Miles Guo answered questions from his fellow fighters on broadcast Live. He said that the new NATO in the future must be centered on Kyiv rather than Belgium today. Fellow fighters asked Miles if the EU and NATO will disintegrate, and when to plant the flag in Kyiv.
U.S. and Russian Defense Ministers Meet for First Phone Call， U.S. Calls for Immediate Ceasefire
Ukrainian and Russian troops engaged in heavy artillery battles between Izyum in Kharkov region and Slavyansk in Donetsk region. Ukrainian artillery units attacked Russian troops that were crossing the Donetsk River and prevented them from advancing, and Ukrainian officials said the Russian troops were unable to make a breakthrough.
DOJ accuses Steve Wynn of acting as CCP agent without register under FARA
WASHINGTON, May 17 (Reuters): The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Steve Wynn, the former CEO of Wynn Resorts (WYNN.O), accusing him of acting as Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s agent and seeking a Court order to compel him to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA).
U.S. Embassy in Ukraine Capital Kiev Reopens
It is reported on May 18 that U.S. Embassy Reopens in Ukraine's Capital Kiev. The U.S. flag flew over the U.S. Embassy in Kiev again on Wednesday, three months since Russia invaded Ukraine.
France and Germany Fully Support Finland’s NATO Accession Option
On the 12th, French President Macron told Finnish President Niinisto that he fully supports the country's choice to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Florida Established November 7th as “Victims of Communism Day”
On May 9th, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill establishing November 7th as “Victims of Communism Day.”
U.S. Indicts 1 Chinese American and 4 Chinese National Security Officials for Transnational Crackdown on Dissidents
On May 18, the U.S. Department of Justice indicted five Chinese in the United States, one Chinese-American citizen and four Chinese National Security Agency personnel, accusing them of participating in monitoring Chinese dissidents in the United States, including one unnamed Hong Kong pro-democracy activist.
The Indictment of Steve Wynn Will Push Forward Endeavour to Take Down the CCP in 2022
On May 18, Miles Guo explained on Gettr livestream the impact of the Steve Wynn case on U.S. midterm elections. Miles said the Republicans are sure to win the U.S. midterms elections, the hearings will commence shortly.
European Union Parliament May Sanction Schroeder
Brussels is putting pressure on former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (SPD). A broad coalition in the European Parliament wants to put the chairman of supervisory board of Rosneft on the EU sanctions list. In the upcoming vote, the measure is considered safe by the vast majority.
CCP’s Prolonged City Closure Affects South Korea’s Economy
According to News from Epoch Times on May 18th, the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) “zero-clearing” city closure measures have not only increased the losses of Korean companies in China, but also severely hit the South Korean economy, which is heavily dependent on the CCP.
Biden’s Visit to South Korea
On May 18th, South Korea's "Aju Daily" reported that U.S. President Biden will arrive in South Korea on the 20th, or first go to Samsung Electronics Pyeongtaek Semiconductor Park to inspect and deliver a brief speech, during the inspection, Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong may accompany him.
New York Taiwanese Association Recognizes a Terrorist Organization
A mass shooting occurred at a Taiwanese Presbyterian Church in Irvine, Southern California, during an event on Sunday the 15th.