#39 Hong Kong Protests Wrap Up

We spent three weeks in Hong Kong following the extradition bill protests, Carrie Lam's blundering press conferences, and global attention from the G20. We need sleep. And you need to…

‘Breed Ready’ Chinese Women and Mass Surveillance in China

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.

Why China Wants to Dominate the Internet?

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

Who’s Behind the Venezuela Crisis? Interview With Juan Ravell

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.

Flying Under the Radar to Save Lives | Reggie Littlejohn

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.

The Medical World Has Covered This Up | Ethan Gutmann

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.

How to Get Better at Persecuting People

China has been upgrading its persecution technology over its entire history! And the techniques it perfected in the anti-Falun Gong campaign are now being used to "identicide" the Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang. We talk to China researcher and scholar Matthew Robertson.

#12 Cooking with Authority

Can Putin cook? How about Xi Jinping? Shelley comes up with the most brilliant reality TV idea ever! A cook off between the world's most prominent dictators. We call it—Cooking…

#8 Cold War 2 and Chinese Coup

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.

#7 The Invasion of Taiwan feat. Ian Easton

China wants to invade Taiwan, which is practically a guarantee of World War III. We sit down with Ian Easton of the Project 2049 Research Institute to discuss the Chinese Communist Party's ultimate plan for the One China Policy, and how the United States would and should respond.

#2 Weapons in Space

China and the US are planning space weapons and moon bases, the Korean War is ending, and aliens and flat earth theory—our second podcast is out of this world! With…

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