May 21, 2022

Aussie PM Calls Beijing and Moscow Partnership ‘Chilling’

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called the partnership between Beijing and Moscow “chilling” and said it was critical European and Indo-Pacific nations remain clear-eyed on the current global security climate. Speaking at the Lowy Institute on March 7, Morrison said he was deeply concerned about the similarities he was seeing between autocratic regimes in…

Thug Charged With Hate Crime Against Falun Gong Allegedly Linked to Beijing

News Analysis We all know about hate crimes, perpetrated by racists and bigots against, for example, ethnic and religious groups. They include anti-Asian hate, slurs against African Americans, and attacks on Jewish synagogues. But some hate crimes get less coverage in the mainstream press—those against adherents of Falun Gong, …

In Olympics coverage, NBC should stand for ‘National Beijing Corporation’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! At this point, the National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) could just as easily be named the “National Beijing Corporation.” Over the past few days, the network, which rakes in exorbitant profits from its exclusive coverage of the 2022 Olympic Games, has dutifully recited Chinese Communist Party (CCP) talking […]

Facing Pressure from Beijing, Taiwan President Pledges to ‘Stride’ Into the World

TAIPEI—Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen thanked democratic nations for their support of the island in her Lunar New Year message on Sunday and pledged to “stride out” into the world, sounding a defiant note in the face of unrelenting pressure from Beijing. China’s ruling Chinese Communist Party…

China: Freedom in Kazakhstan Would Be a National Security Threat for Beijing

China’s state-run Global Times on Wednesday argued that political stability in neighboring Kazakhstan is a vital Chinese national security interest — even the stability of a merciless authoritarian regime with a ruler “elected” under shadowy circumstances who imprisons and kills protesting citizens to remain in power. The Global Times said China shares this interest with…

NTD Business Full Broadcast (Dec. 22)

The FDA is giving the green light for the first pill to treat COVID-19. Who can use it, and when will it be ready? Did the Christmas supply chain crisis come to pass? Or are shelves still full? We talk to some last-minute shoppers in New York City. More and more companies are paying salaries…

CDC: Omicron Accounts for 90 Percent of COVID-19 Cases in Some Parts of US

The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the Omicron variant accounts for more than 90 percent of COVID-19 cases in some parts of the United States. CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said the variant makes up to 90 percent of infections in the South, Midwest, eastern Atlantic states, and northern Pacific…

Jets’ Saleh Tests Positive, Browns’ Stefanski Returns

FLORHAM PARK, N.J.—The Cleveland Browns got their coach back on the sideline. The New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles might be without theirs this weekend. The Buffalo Bills will be without wide receiver Cole Beasley. Browns second-year coach Kevin Stefanski cleared COVID-19 protocols Wednesday and returned to the team after missing Monday’s home loss to…

China Admits Its Over-Reliance on Semiconductor Imports Could Prove ‘Fatal’

News Analysis A Chinese state-run media disclosed that China’s continued reliance on chip imports could be “fatal” to its automotive industry and national economy. On Nov. 23, the state-run Xinhua News Agency reported that China’s domestically produced automotive chips are primarily used in less complex vehicle components such as body electronics, while it relies heavily…

EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Rubio Responds To Continued Silence On Beijing From IOC Partners Despite His Letter

Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio sent a letter on Dec. 8 to the partners of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) pressing the organization to move the Winter Olympics from Beijing and address the ongoing genocide in the region.Rubio requested that the companies acknowledge the genocide in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region by asking the IOC…

The IOC’s Reputation Goes Downhill With Beijing Winter Olympics

Commentary Is the International Olympic Committee (IOC) a puppet, like the World Health Organization (WHO), that’s been bought and paid for by Beijing? That would appear to be the case. But how could that be? The IOC’s Foundational Principles After all, the Olympic Charter’s foundational values demand “respect for universal ethical principles.” This primary objective…

Exclusive — Sam Brownback Calls on Woke Corporations to Pull Advertising Dollars Out of Beijing Winter Olympics 

Sam Brownback, former U.S. Senator, Kansas Governor, and U.S. Ambassador for international religious freedom, appeared on Breitbart News Saturday and called on woke corporations like Coca-Cola and AirBnb to pull their advertising dollars out of the Beijing Winter Olympics amid China’s numerous human rights violations. LISTEN: Breitbart News Saturday host Matthew Boyle opened the show noting that Friday,…

Marlow: Woke Corporations Are ‘Apparatchiks Doing Propaganda for the Beijing Regime’

Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow, author of Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption, said Wednesday on Newsmax TV’s “Rob Schmitt Tonight” that American corporations like Coca-Cola have essentially become “apparatchiks doing propaganda for the Beijing regime.” Schmitt said, “Yeah, sure. Coca-Cola, one of the companies that condemned the Georgia voting law…

‘Hostages for Beijing’: UK Universities took 40m From Chinese Communist Linked Companies: Report

Chinese telecom giant Huawei and other firms owned or connected to the Communist Party have provided twenty British universities with tens of millions in funding for research projects, according to a report conducted by Conservative MPs. The China Research Group of Tory backbench MPs reported that leading universities in the UK have accepted at least…

US Considering Boycott On 2022 Beijing Olympics, Hasn’t Made ‘Final Decision’

February 25, 2021 6:58 PM ET The United States is considering a boycott on the 2022 Olympics in Beijing, China, but has not come to a “final decision,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed Thursday. Psaki addressed the issue at a White House press conference Thursday, saying there were no updates on where the…

Citing China’s ‘Genocidal Campaign,’ MPs Demand Relocation of Beijing Olympics

People walk on the Olympic Green near a countdown clock showing the time remaining before the 2022 Beijing Olympics in Beijing on Feb. 2, 2021. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein) Canada More than a dozen federal lawmakers from all parties are calling for the 2022 Winter Olympics to be moved outside China, citing a “genocidal campaign” by […]

Coronavirus Panic: China Locks Down 1.7 Million People in Beijing

Chinese authorities locked down 1.7 million people in Beijing on Tuesday as health officials scrambled to contain the spread of a new Chinese coronavirus resurgence across northern China that now threatens the nation’s capital. “Daxing district in southern Beijing … has been sealed off from the rest of the country after six infections were found…

US, China agree to abandon trade war: Beijing.

China’s Vice-Premier Liu He said the two sides “reached a consensus, will not fight a trade war, and will stop increasing tariffs on each other” (AFP Photo/) Beijing (AFP) – Washington and Beijing have agreed to abandon any trade war and back off from imposing tariffs on each other, Chinese state media reported Sunday. The […]

In Beijing Trump BLASTS Previous Administrations for $347 Billion Trade Deficit with China (VIDEO)

Trump BLASTS Previous Administrations for Screwing US Workers The U.S. trade deficit with China was $347 billion in 2016. The trade deficit exists because U.S. exports to China were only $116 billion while imports from China were $463 billion — via The Balance. On Thursday President Trump told a Beijing audience, “I don’t blame China!” for the massive US trade deficit with the economic giant. In […]

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