China's National People's Congress is pushing ahead with a national security law for Hong Kong that could make criticism of the Chinese Communist Party illegal. It also comes as the Hong Kong Legislative Council forces through a national anthem law that would make criticizing the CCP's national anthem illegal. Noticing a pattern here? And Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam backs Hong Kong police, clearing them of any police brutality. Joining us today is Hong Kong Free Press co-founder and editor in chief Tom Grundy.
No one is safe in China. That's what Peter Humphrey, a British citizen, a former journalist, and a private investigator, found out the hard way. After being hired by pharmaceutical company, GlaxoKlineSmith, he ended up imprisoned in China for almost two years with his wife. He was drugged, put into a steel cage, and made a forced confession on Chinese state-run media. That was broadcast around the world, including in the United Kingdom. And now the man responsible for making the propaganda news of Peter's forced confession, James Chau, is a goodwill ambassador to the World Health Organization.
Drew Pavlou, an Australian student at the University of Queensland, is being threatened with expulsion for organizing protests in support of Hong Kong protesters and criticizing human rights abuses in Communist China, like the persecution of Tibetans and Uighur Muslims. Turns out the school has very close ties to China. And it reflects deep ties the Chinese Communist Party has throughout Australia.
The coronavirus? Hong Kong? Uighur Muslim camps? What is the most dangerous issue facing the Chinese Communist Party? China researcher Ethan Gutmann joins us to talk about his life under quarantine, and incredible trek through Kazakstan, and how organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China might be the biggest threat to the Chinese regime.Check out this episode!
The world spent a good week or two wondering if North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un was alive or dead. And that got China, South Korea, and the US thinking—what happens when he dies? We interview North Korean defector Yeonmi Park for her inside knowledge of the situation in North Korea, and how communist influences have transformed South Korea to the point that Kim Jong-Un has become something of a pop idol.
Could the coronavirus pandemic outbreak from Wuhan, China be the Chinese Communist Party's Chernobyl? Joining us today is J Michael Waller, Senior Analyst for Strategy at the Center for Security Policy. He discusses some unique ways the world can seek justice for the coronavirus, and the similarities between Soviet and Chinese propaganda tactics. For more: communistpropaganda.com
We interview Wisconsin State Senate President Roger Roth about an unusual email he got from the Chinese Consulate. And the Chinese Communist Party has just upped the coronavirus outbreak death toll in Wuhan by 50%. But can you trust the Chinese numbers? Find out on this episode of the China Unscripted Podcast!
The Chinese Communist Party has launched a psychological war against the United States, invading America with money and buying off its institutions. From businessmen and Wall Street, to politicians, to Hollywood and the media, Grant Newsham a senior research fellow at the Japan Forum for Strategic Studies in Tokyo, gives us the breakdown.
A deadly coronavirus from the Chinese city Wuhan has spread around the world. And a government coverup made the outbreak only worse. Joining us today is Dr. June Dryer, a Professor of Political Science at the University of Miami, and a specialist on China, U.S. defense policy, and international relations, to talk about how the structure of the Chinese Communist Party makes coverups like SARS more likely.
When Karl Marx wrote the Communist Manifesto, he did not create an economic system geared toward equality, as some proponents of Communism and Socialism claim. What he created was a prescription for how to destroy the traditional values and morality of society. Joining us again is Joshua Philipp, the award-winning senior investigative reporter at The Epoch Times and host of the new show Crossroads. He tells us about China's Unrestricted Warfare against the United States.
It's been a big year—from massive protests in Hong Kong, to trade war politics, and a growing awareness in the US government that the Chinese Communist Party represents the greatest threat to freedom and democracy in the 21st century. 2019 was a crazy year for China news, and a crazy year for us. Thanks for joining us for the wild ride. 2020 will be extra.
China is colonizing Africa. We do a deep dive into China's role in the African nation of Mauritania, where corruption is leaving the country strip-mined of natural resources while becoming a potential Chinese military base. Plus, is the Richat Structure the remains of the ancient city of Atlantis? Mauritanian activist Nasser Weddady discloses all!
Activists in Bolivia have just forced the "president" to resign and flee the country. And they did it through strategic nonviolence. How can this be applied to other places, like Hong Kong? And what role did China play in this revolution? Protest leader Jhanisse Vaca-Daza joins us a second time. You can also listen to her on our podcast #13 "Bolivia's President Sells Out to China" from October 5, 2018.
China is trying to take control of blockchain technology by creating it's own digital currency, the digital yuan. But while Bitcoin promised a truly democratized currency, the Chinese cryptocurrency could spell the beginning of a new dawn of technological authoritarianism. Chief strategy officer for the Human Rights Foundation and bitcoin expert Alex Gladstein joins us to talk about whether blockchain will bring freedom or tyranny to China.
Whether it's the NBA and players like Lebron James or James Harden, Hollywood, Apple, or Activision Blizzard, there are a lot of American companies and people selling out to the Chinese Communist Party. At some point Chinese leader Xi Jinping must have realized that just because you're a communist, that doesn't mean you can't use money to buy people off. But the US House has passed landmark legislation supporting the Hong Kong protesters, so in a weird twist of fate, it's the politicians who ended up showing some backbone.
Ever wonder what China will be like after the fall of the Chinese Communist Party? There are people already planning the next government of China. Today we speak with Tiananmen Square Survivor and former Chinese Communist Party official turned democracy activist Yang Jianli. He recently met with Vice President Mike Pence to discuss human rights in China. He also shares the role of Hong Kong protests and President Trump’s US China Trade War.
Thanks to help from Western tech companies, China has one of the world's most advanced and repressive online censorship systems in the world. It's called the Great Firewall of China. Firewall Cafe is art exhibition that gives people a chance to compare a normal Google search to what someone inside China would see searching on the Chinese search engine Baidu.
An open database of 1.8 million 'breed ready' Chinese women. Another open database of 2.5 million Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang. Ethical hacker Victor Gevers, a researcher for the GDI Foundation, accidentally stumbled on a truly mass system of surveillance in China. And you won't believe how Western tech companies and the Chinese police and state tie into it all.
China and the US have two competing visions for the future of the global Internet. Don't like Internet censorship and mass surveillance? Better hope China doesn't get its way in the United Nations and Huawei doesn't build your 5G network. A VPN won't save you from China's internet police.We sit down with Dominique Lazanski to talk in detailshttp://chinaunscripted.libsyn.com/23-china-wants-to-dominant-the-internet-dominique-lazanski
Chinese New Year Celebration and (27min:27 sec) Venezuela is in chaos, as current President Nicolas Maduro tries to maintain his grip on power, in the face of challenger Juan Guaido. Some say it's a failure of socialism. Others say it has to do with collapsing oil prices and the influence of China. And some say its a coup by the United States.
Reggie Littlejohn is helping people in China in the most dangerous way. Her organization helps victims of the Communist Party's forced abortions, One-Child Policy, and lack of a social safety net for the elderly. But her group, Women's Rights Without Frontiers, must fly under the Party's radar, or face problems of its own.
Celebrated investigative journalist Ethan Gutmann discusses forced organ harvesting in China: How it started 20 years ago in Xinjiang, how foreign doctors helped China develop this technology, how much profit is being made by killing people for their organs, and how the Western medical community has tried to cover it all up.
The US government is setting its sights on the Chinese Communist Party. Michael Collins, the deputy assistant director of the CIA's East Asia Mission Center said at the Aspen Security Forum that the US is in another Cold War with China. And the Director of the FBI Christopher Wray says China is the "most challenging, most significant threat," to the United States.