Russia, subject to 5,532 sanctions against the United States, Britain and Canada, military and political business entry

Russia, subject to 5,532 sanctions against the United States, Britain and Canada, military and political business entry

On April 21, the Russian foreign ministry released a list of 963 Americans who had permanently banned the entry of the country.
Chinese billionaires Suddenly Selling Assets in Fear of U.S. Sanctions

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.
[May 17th, 2022] Miles Guo’s GETTR (1st)

[May 17th, 2022] Miles Guo’s GETTR (1st)

Europe and the US will initiate a series of sanctions and actions against CCP this week. Pseudo-pro-democracy bastards overseas have launched a new round of attacks against Brother-7 on GETTR. Fellow fighters should try to enrich their lives with more altruistic values.
The West to Take Extreme Sanctions Against the CCP

The West to Take Extreme Sanctions Against the CCP

Translated by: MOS Translation team - Beyond X The West to Take Extreme Sanctions Against the CCP On May 7, Mr. Miles Guo told some details in a live broadcast about the upcoming sanctions imposed on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) by Western countries.
Russians with Close Ties to Putin Added to UK Economic Sanctions

Russians with Close Ties to Putin Added to UK Economic Sanctions

On May 13th, the British Government announced economic sanctions against 12 Russian individuals with close ties to Putin.
Japan follows the U.S. and the U.K. policy, continues sanctions against Russia

Japan follows the U.S. and the U.K. policy, continues sanctions against Russia

The Japanese Foreign Ministry published a list of sanctions, announcing the imposition of asset freezes and other sanctions on eight Russian citizens and 133 residents from Luhansk and Donetsk, as well as sanctions related to export bans and other measures against 71 designated Russian groups, including scientific institutes and shipyards.
New round of U.S. and British sanctions against Russia

New round of U.S. and British sanctions against Russia

The United States will impose a new round of sanctions against Russia, according to a May 8 press release published on White House website. The U.S. will ban Russian companies and citizens from using U.S. accounting, marketing and consulting services.
Broadcast| U.S. May Impose Sanctions on Hikvision

Broadcast| U.S. May Impose Sanctions on Hikvision

It is reported that on May 4, the Biden administration is planning to impose sanctions on Hikvision. This Chinese surveillance camera company is suspected of having a military background in the Communist China. Any company and government that continues to implement agreements with Hikvision, could risk violating the U.S. sanctions.
Chinese Communist AI tech companies that continue to be sanctioned by the U.S.

Chinese Communist AI tech companies that continue to be sanctioned by the U.S.

The U.S. is preparing to impose tough sanctions on Chinese company Hikvision, the world's largest manufacturer of surveillance equipment, and the Biden administration is already laying the groundwork for the human rights-related sanctions.
Hong Kong has Emergency Response Plan to SWIFT Sanctions

Hong Kong has Emergency Response Plan to SWIFT Sanctions

On May 5th, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority formulated an emergency plan to deal with sanctions imposed by the United States on Hong Kong or mainland China for supporting Russia.
CCP Scrambles to Safeguard Overseas Assets For Fear Of Western Sanctions, Financial Times

CCP Scrambles to Safeguard Overseas Assets For Fear Of Western Sanctions, Financial Times

the CCP summoned a hasty meeting on 22 April with bankers and experts both at home and abroad
U.S. May Impose Sanctions on Hikvision

U.S. May Impose Sanctions on Hikvision

It is reported that on May 4, the Biden administration is planning to impose sanctions on Hikvision. This Chinese surveillance camera company is suspected of having a military background in the Communist China. Any company and government that continues to implement agreements with Hikvision, could risk violating the U.S. sanctions.
Russia Announced 63 People Banned, Including Japanese Prime Minister

Russia Announced 63 People Banned, Including Japanese Prime Minister

On May 4th, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced that 63 Japanese nationals, including Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, had been banned from entering Russia indefinitely, in retaliation for a series of sanctions imposed by the Japanese Government on Russia to punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.
Russia Slow Down Offensive while Ukraine Warns Halt of Truce Talks

Russia Slow Down Offensive while Ukraine Warns Halt of Truce Talks

The Russian army aiming to occupy the eastern Ukraine continued its offensive on April 30. Ukrainian President Zelenskyy warned that Ukraine would halt the truce talks. Fears are growing that the deeply mired battle might be prolonged.
Broadcast|Google Terminates “Johnlee2022” YouTube Campaign Channel Citing U.S. Sanctions Laws

Broadcast|Google Terminates “Johnlee2022” YouTube Campaign Channel Citing U.S. Sanctions Laws

John Lee Ka-chiu is the sole candidate for the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. On Apr 20th, YouTube took down Lee’s campaign channel. All content on his YouTube page has been removed and replaced with a message stating “This account has been terminated for violating Google’s Terms of Service.”
Scholz’s Asia Trip Went Straight to Japan, Germany Introduced a Bill to Sanction the Communist China

Scholz’s Asia Trip Went Straight to Japan, Germany Introduced a Bill to Sanction the Communist China

According to Deutsche Welle on April 28, the new German Chancellor Scholz made his first official visit to Asia on Thursday. He went directly to Japan rather than to his largest trading partner, the Communist China. His predecessor Merkel picked Communist China as her first trip to Asia, and she visited Communist China twice as often as she visited Japan.
Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Met With PMs of 3 Nations During the Asia-Pacific Water Summit

Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Met With PMs of 3 Nations During the Asia-Pacific Water Summit

Japanese Prime Minister Kishida held talks with the heads of state of Cambodia and other countries at the Asia-Pacific Water Summit in Kumamoto, Japan. The talks held were to confirm addressing the situation in Ukraine jointly.
Video| Summary of international sanctions on CCP in March 2022

Video| Summary of international sanctions on CCP in March 2022

According to incomplete statistics, the international community imposed sanctions on CCP more than 10 times in March 2022, all of which were initiated by the U.S. The sanctions targets and those who would be sanctioned encompassed CCP’s officials and CCP’s agents in the U.S., ranging in communication, trade, sport, science, technology, and the biopharmaceutical industry.
Google Terminates “Johnlee2022” YouTube Campaign Channel Citing U.S. Sanctions Laws

Google Terminates “Johnlee2022” YouTube Campaign Channel Citing U.S. Sanctions Laws

Follow NFSC News on Gettr | Gnews on GettrTranslated by: MOS Buddhism Team – Accelerator John Lee Ka-chiu is the sole candidate for the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. On Apr 20th, YouTube took down Lee’s campaign channel. All content on his YouTube page has been removed and replaced with a message stating “This account has been terminated for
Wartime Express (April 21, 2022)

Wartime Express (April 21, 2022)

Russia launched a new offensive against Mariupol on Wednesday (April 20). Russian troops attacked the Azovstal steel mill, where the last Ukrainian defenders holed up there were still guarding the mill.
Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Said that It Will Take Time for Sanctions on Russia to Show Their Effects, but the Impact is Showing Up

Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Said that It Will Take Time for Sanctions on Russia to Show Their Effects, but the Impact is Showing Up

Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said at a press conference on 13 April that the sanctions on Russia economy need some time to take effect, but they have already had various impacts on the Russian economy.