China's Coast Guard, which is now under the direct command of the PLAN (People's Liberation Army Navy), sent four ships into Japan's contiguous zones off the Senkaku Islands on Thursday, the Japanese Coast Guard reported. Read More.
We salute the heroes of the Chinese people who bravely stood up thirty years ago in Tiananmen Square to demand their rights. Their exemplary courage has served as an inspiration to future generations calling for freedom and democracy around the world, beginning with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of communism in Eastern Europe in the months that followed. Read More.
Ritual denials by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leaders that they do not seek “hegemony,” or the power to impose their choices globally, regionally or on individual countries, is the surest indicator that they do indeed seek hegemony. Read More.
The U.S. Navy has characterized as “false” a statement from China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) claiming that a U.S. guided-missile destroyer had been forced to withdraw from the South China Sea area near disputed islands. Read More.
The communist government in China is using Muslim Uyghurs held in concentration camps as literal "lab rats" to test an "emotion detection" system designed to be used by authorities for “pre-judgement without any credible evidence,” a report said. Read More.
Following Japan's surrender in World War II and its occupation, headed by the "blue-eyed shogun: Gen. Douglas MacArthur, it adopted a "Peace Constitution" and has strictly limited defense spending since to less than 1 percent of its GDP. Read More.
Though Beijing is usually able to control or stifle the narrative inside the United Nations and many of its Committees, the oxygen of free speech on the taboo topic of human rights of China’s Muslim minority was able to seep through and be heard. Read More.
The communist government in China put America "back in its place" in 2020 by winning a biological war, a professor with close ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) said in a video that recently appeared online. Read More.
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