oom was asked to shutdown calls about the Tiananmen Square Massacre and they did. They also suspended the accounts of a Hong Kong activist, and Tiananmen Square survivor Zhou Fengsuo. Zhou joins us today to talk about how his account got suspend. Plus, Twitter uncovers thousands of fake China bot accounts spreading Communist propaganda and disinformation.
Ever wonder what the end game is for all our technology? Does everyone feel things are moving too fast and the results seem to make things worse, not better? Do you feel disconnected from the meaning of life? Today we are going to discuss Cyrus Parsa’s documentary and about how human life is so precious and why it is being altered.
There’s a ton of chit- chat in the MSM about the origins of this #CCPvirus coming from a #Wuhan level #P4 lab. On this show, we like to always look a bit deeper than just the surface layer to find an answer. We thought it would be interesting to take a little trip back in history to look at why people throughout the ages have believed that #Plagues and disasters came from the #Gods as punishment for man's sins. We looked at comparing the past larger #pandemics in history to see what was the case at that time.
Chinese doctors sounding the alarm on the coronavirus say the illness could be even deadlier for patients who catch it again, according to a report. The whistle-blowing physicians working to fight the virus in Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, revealed that medically cleared patients have been getting re-infected, the Taiwan News reported. “It’s highly possible to get infected a second time,” one of the doctors, who declined to be identified, told the outlet. The physician said that medication used to treat the virus can have negative side effects on patients’ heart tissue, making them more susceptible to cardiac arrest.
Rampant corruption within the United Nations World Health Organization is putting lives at risk during the deadly coronavirus outbreak from Wuhan, China. Why did the WHO delay issuing a global emergency? Has Chinese money influenced the WHO and it's Director-General Tedros Adhanom? And what about poor Taiwan?
Welcome to the China Angle. I’m Simone Gao. There are several important points about the #Coronavirus that must be discussed. The first point is the real scope of the #epidemic, including the number of people infected and the death toll. Second, the biosafety of #China’s #P4 labs, and if the virus was in fact leaked from those labs. And third is the origin of the virus itself; could it have been created in Chinese laboratories? Today we’ll address the second point - whether the virus was leaked from a lab in Wuhan.
It’s not King Herod decreeing that male children should be killed, but it certainly is eyebrow-raising: China’s ever-growing, the totalitarian surveillance state is now requiring blood samples from boys in provinces across the nation. This is according to Bitter Winter (BW), a magazine on religious liberty and human rights in China. BW reports that one explanation given to concerned parents of schoolboys was that the program was designed to “prevent children from being lost or abducted.” Of course, though, since girls can be abducted, too, this excuse only further raises suspicions.
The killing of prisoners of conscience for their organs in China was raised during a debate in the UK’s House of Lords, adding further awareness to an atrocity that first came to light over a decade ago. During an October 24 debate on the ongoing Hong Kong protests, Baroness Finlay of Llandaff told the House of Lords about reports of organ harvesting in China.
During the 1950s, the prevailing mood in China could be summed up in a slogan known to virtually all at the time: “The Soviet Union of today is the China of tomorrow!” But just as the Soviet Union was at the end of its lifetime, the Chinese regime is fraught with factional struggle. Thirty years ago, Gorbachev faced opposition from Soviet Communist Party hardliners that led to his house arrest and the collapse of the Soviet Union. Today, even as Xi avoids Gorbachev’s route, pressures are building up from other avenues. Beijing is beset with both internal socioeconomic crises — such as unemployment and a looming housing bubble —as well as external pushback from the United States for decades of unfair trade practices.
Just as Adolf Hitler turned the Berlin 1936 Olympic Games into a propaganda spectacle, highlighting his “new Germany,” it appears that China’s extravagant display of military hardware starting tomorrow is meant to have a similar impact. And just in time, too, as more numbers showing China’s faltering economy are being released.
In June, the U.S. State Department unveiled the Report on International Religious Freedom for 2018. The report singled out Iran and China as the worst countries for minority religions. It found that, while Iran persecutes non-Muslims, China persecutes all religions. Today we speak to Bitter Winter about their coverage of China's persecution of religions.