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Dec 09 09:55

VIDEO: CHINESE ENGINEERS DEVELOP THE WORLD'S FIRST BRAIN-DRIVEN CAR

Chinese engineers in the northeastern port city of Tianjin have developed the first mind-controlled car.

Dec 09 09:48

WHO’S BLOWING UP ALL THE CHEMICAL PLANTS IN CHINA?

A blast has been reported at a pesticide plant in the city of Jilin, Jilin Province in northeastern China. A fire has broken following the explosion, with emergency crews now working at the scene.

Dec 09 09:27

No, Virginia, Russia Won't Dethrone King Dollar

Despite years of harebrained conjectures, Russia–alone or in tandem with China–has neither the strength nor the interest to challenge U.S. financial hegemony.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

On the other hand, if the US dollar destroys itself ...

Dec 09 07:47

There is no internet censorship in China, says China’s top censor

A senior Chinese official known as the “gatekeeper” of the country’s internet has denied that the country censors online information.

Lu Wei, chief of the State Internet Information Office, said China does not censor but “manages” internet content in Zhejiang on Wednesday.

Dec 08 12:11

War Is On The Horizon: Is It Too Late To Stop It?

Washington is not opposed to terrorism. Washington has been purposely creating terrorism for many years. Terrorism is a weapon that Washington intends to use to destabilize Russia and China by exporting it to the Muslim populations in Russia and China.

Washington is using Syria, as it used Ukraine, to demonstrate Russia’s impotence to Europe— and to China, as an impotent Russia is less attractive to China as an ally.

For Russia, responsible response to provocation has become a liability, because it encourages more provocation.

In other words, Washington and the gullibility of its European vassals have put humanity in a very dangerous situation, as the only choices left to Russia and China are to accept American vassalage or to prepare for war.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The US government is hell bent on going to war because they want to use it as a distraction for the ever-contracting US economy, and misdirect peoples' anger at foreign governments, rather than having them focus on the messes DC and the Federal Reserve have created out of mismanagement, incompetence, and greed.

Most likely, the Constitution and Bill of Rights will be suspended when this war gets going, because far too many people are aware of the real reasons for this war, and this is the tactic the US government will use to silence them, if not with outright extrajudicial assassinations right here at home.

But there are some problems here which I truly wish the "adults in the room in DC" would really look at before making a final commitment to this war.

In Russia and China, there is a tacit agreement between weapons makers and the governments, that when weapons, planes, and ships are delivered, they perform according to spec the very first time they are deployed. Russia and China spend less, but get much more bang for their weapons buck than do their US military counterparts.

In the US, with the incestuous relationship between weapons manufacturers, lobbyists, and (alleged) Congressional representatives, weapons are frequently well behind schedule, over budget, and do not field deploy anywhere close to the manufacturers' hype, the first time they are deployed.

There is something in the American military-industrial culture which allows this to be perfectly acceptible when, for our men and women in uniform, it is absolutely NOT acceptible, when their lives are on the line, and they need weapons to work as advertised.

The other problems, as they effect the US, are that we do not have the money, the manufacturing, or the troop strength to insure a positive outcome to a war against Russia and/or China; this is why a military option is a really bad idea here.

And if you want to see how well NATO will perform, and understanding that past is prologue to the future, just take a look at its 14 years record with the occupation of Afghanistan; there is not one, single military metric by which this occupation can be characterised as a "success", ever.

Dec 08 02:50

Unsurvivable

This video was uploaded in 2014. You'd think it had been uploaded recently based on the content.

Dec 07 15:17

US Spy Planes to Fly From Singapore Over South China Sea

As part of an aggressive push to challenge Chinese territorial claims, the US will soon expand its surveillance flights in the South China Sea.

Dec 06 05:41

Eye On China: Our Outlook for the Yuan

Dec 05 08:44

Gold-Backed Ruble, Yuan to Trigger Global De-Dollarization

A gold-backed ruble and gold-backed yuan could start a 'snowball exit' from dollar F. William Engdahl notes, adding that it will diminish America's ability to use the reserve dollar role to finance Washington's perpetual overseas wars.

The irony of the situation is that the central banks of China, Russia, Brazil and other countries "diametrically opposed" to US foreign policy course are forced to stockpile dollars in the form of "safe" US Treasury debt in order to protect their economies, American-German researcher, historian and strategic risk consultant F. William Engdahl stresses.

The truth of the matter is that the role of the US dollar as the world's major reserve currency is the countries' economic Achilles Heel, the strategic risk consultant elaborates.

At the same time, by buying US Treasury debt in dollars, they are de facto financing Washington's "endless" overseas military operations.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is why the US government is in such a hot hurry to provoke major military conflicts with Russia and China; to prevent the financial ascendency of the Ruble and Yuan against the US dollar.

Dec 05 06:32

China voices support for Russian airstrikes in Syria

Dec 04 11:42

China backs Putin’s model of Eurasian integration — foreign ministry

China supports a model proposed by Russian President Vladimir Putin of the Eurasian integration involving Beijing’s initiative, the Silk Road Economic Belt, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said on Friday. "As for the integration of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and the Silk Road Economic Belt proposed by Russian President Vladimir Putin, the leaders of the two countries have reached consensus on this issue".

Dec 04 08:52

Britain Dive-Bombs into Another Disastrous War

British addition of more warplanes to the already-crowded Syrian conflict is wholly wrong, just as the Americans and French are. Their underlying criminal objectives of regime change preclude them from bringing any good to the situation.

Dec 03 16:19

US, China reach agreement on cyber espionage

The United States and China have reached an agreement to expand cooperation on stopping cyber espionage between the two geopolitical rivals.

Dec 03 12:33

US losing military edge to China, experts warn Senate

Last week, President Barack Obama signed the 2016 “defense policy bill” which is laden with reform measures aimed at establishing a revamped weapons acquisition system, but lawmakers have said they want more radical changes.

Dec 03 09:53

US losing military edge to China, experts warn Senate

Last week, President Barack Obama signed the 2016 “defense policy bill” which is laden with reform measures aimed at establishing a revamped weapons acquisition system, but lawmakers have said they want more radical changes.

Dec 02 09:02

The Nuremberg Principles

Can you smell the putrid aroma of bloody hypocrisy emanting from Foggy Bottom!

The main legal principles from the Nuremberg Trials were later declared general principles of international law by the United Nations: the “Nuremberg Principles.” With these principles, in 1950 the international community of nations demanded for the first time that crimes against international law should no longer go unpunished. From now on, no one should be above the law. The Nuremberg Trials and Nuremberg Principles thus laid the foundation for modern international criminal law.

Dec 01 15:30

BRICS bank to begin borrowing in yuan

The BRICS New Development Bank (NDB) could start operations by borrowing in the Chinese currency, according to the bank’s Vice President Vladimir Kazbekov.

He says the bank will focus on loans in the national currencies of the bank’s potential customers.

“Considering the stability of the Chinese currency and the scale of the Chinese debt market, I think that one of the first steps in providing the New Development Bank with funds may be entering the Chinese market to borrow in yuan," Kazbekov said on Tuesday at the opening of a BRICS media summit in Beijing.

Dec 01 11:53

A Tweet From Jim Rickard's On China's Gold

Dec 01 10:00

The Yuan Ascends to World Reserve Status: “Dollar System Being Done Away With” - Mac Slavo

Today’s news is a historic milestone. The dollar’s days are numbered, and the new global economic order is shifting into place.

As many insiders have expected, China has now officially gained status among the world reserve currencies, taking place alongside the dollar, the euro, the pound and the yen.

The IMF decided to grant this upgrade as a result of financial and monetary benchmarks that Chinese leaders worked towards during the past several years. Its implications run deep.

Though the official talking line is quick to suggest that China could actually be hurt by new pressures on its already struggling economy, the significance of the move is not the short term, but the turning of the tide.

Dec 01 09:10

Enter the Dragon: Chinese yuan to become global reserve currency

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) gave the yuan a vote of confidence on Monday by including the Chinese currency in its Special Drawing Rights (SDR) uniting the US dollar, euro, British pound and the Japanese yen.

Dec 01 08:17

China, Russia to launch joint news agency to boost Eurasian integration

Russian and Chinese authorities have agreed to set up a joint information agency that would work in both countries, as well as a major discussion club with the provisional name of the Amur Dialogue.

Nov 30 15:57

The Yuan Ascends to World Reserve Status: “Dollar System Being Done Away With”

The dollar’s days are numbered, and the new global economic order is shifting into place.

The IMF executive board’s decision to add the yuan, also known as the renminbi, to the Special Drawing Rights (SDR) basket alongside the dollar, euro, pound sterling and yen, is an important milestone in China’s integration into the global financial system

“The yuan’s inclusion is a largely symbolic move, with few immediate implications for financial markets. But it is the first time an additional currency has been added to the SDR basket and the biggest change in its composition in 35 years.

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Nov 30 13:11

CHINA UNVEILS DEATHBOTS

Nov 30 11:29

China's Yuan To Become A Main Reserve Currency

The Chinese yuan will join a basket of the world's leading currencies, the International Monetary Fund announced Monday.

The IMF said that the yuan "met all existing criteria" to be included with the U.S. dollar, euro, Japanese yen and the British pound as one of the currencies used for the global organization's Special Drawing Rights, which serves as a standard for dealing with the financial reserves of its 188 member governments.

China is the world's second largest economy. Currency traders and economists say the move should encourage the government in Beijing to deliver on promises to make the yuan "freely tradable" and to open up its financial system. The country has historically pegged its currency to the dollar, giving it an advantage in exporting goods to the United States and helping it to emerge as a manufacturing powerhouse.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It will be interesting to see this decision's ultimate impact on the US dollar.

Nov 30 11:24

Gold Demand In China Heading For Record and Reserves Increase 14 Tonnes In October

While gold prices continue to languish in the doldrums and are on course for their worst month since 2013, global demand and especially Chinese retail, investor and official demand continues to remain very robust. Indeed, China looks likely to see a new record demand for gold annually again in 2015.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Increasing demand, yet gold prices keep being driven down?

Nov 30 09:22

Beijing braces itself for record breaking cold

Beijing could be set to experience record breaking cold this week, with temperatures set to drop to their lowest November levels since modern records began, reports China News Service.

Northern China's coldest November temperatures on record were minus 12.3 degrees Celsius on November 30, 1970. That record could be broken however with Sunday recorded as Beijing's coldest day in over 1,000 days.

After blizzard conditions on November 22, Beijing had temporary snow again on Tuesday, leading to frozen roads and cold weather warning announcements from authorities.

Peak daytime temperatures in Beijing this week are likely to stay under zero degrees, according to weather forecasts. Meteorologists have estimated that temperatures on November 26 and 27 will hit minus 12 degrees and possibly lower.

Nov 29 21:23

Iranian Supreme Leader Sends Crucial Message to World Audience on Terrorism

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei released an important message to the world youth on global terrorism, including the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
Here is the full text of the letter:
In the Name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful

To the Youth in Western Countries,
Today, there are very few people who are uninformed about the role of the United States of America in creating, nurturing and arming al-Qaeda, the Taliban and their inauspicious successors. Besides this direct support, the overt and well-known supporters of takfiri terrorism- despite having the most backward political systems- are standing arrayed as allies of the west while the most pioneering, brightest and most dynamic democrats in the region are suppressed mercilessly.
The other side of these contradictory policies is seen in supporting the state terrorism of Israel.

Nov 28 20:19

Meet the man who funds ISIS: the son of Turkey’s President, Bilal Erdogan

The son of Turkey’s president (and thus, the father) is the silent mastermind who has been responsible for converting millions of barrels of Syrian Oil into hundreds of millions of dollars of Islamic State revenue.

Russia’s Sergey Lavrov is not one foreign minister known to mince his words.

Just earlier today, 24 hours after a Russian plane was brought down by the country whose president three years ago said “a short-term border violation can never be a pretext for an attack”, had this to say:

“We have serious doubts this was an unintended incident and believe this is a planned provocation” by Turkey.

But even that was tame compared to what Lavrov said to his Turkish counterparty Mevlut Cavusoglu earlier today during a phone call between the two (Lavrov who was supposed to travel to Turkey has since canceled such plans).

Nov 28 18:59

Chinese Debt Snowball Gaining Momentum

Nov 28 10:59

Russia adds yuan as currency reserve

The Central Bank of Russia has included the Chinese yuan in its reserve currency basket, TASS reports. The move is expected to boost the yuan’s presence in the Russian financial market.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One could almost sense this coming, after the US renewed economic sanctions against Russia, completely out of spite.

Nov 28 10:34

A Feast of Scandal – Justin Raimondo

We’re grateful for and to Patrick J. Fitzgerald, whose existence proves that the old America yet lives.

We have a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving

I’m thankful for so many things this Thanksgiving that it’s going to take me an entire column just to adequately describe them. Indeed, I’m already so loaded down with gifts that I don’t need Christmas. My cup runneth over! For an old libertarian “isolationist” like me this holiday season is a bountiful time, one that yields so much that it seems like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and my birthday all rolled into one. Take a gander at this wonderful cornucopia of plenty:

Nov 28 05:42

An Invisible US Hand Leading to War? Turkey’s Downing of a Russian Jet was an Act of Madness

It is all terribly dangerous and it is hard to predict where things will lead.

This outrageous shootdown of a Russian plane that was in no way posing a threat to Turkey or Turkish forces, will not end here, because Russia and President Putin cannot allow Turkey and NATO to so blatantly act against Russia and its pilots and go unpunished, particularly as it is Russia that is acting legally in Syria, while the US, Turkey and other nations backing rebel forces there are in all acting blatant violation of international law.

Unless saner heads start prevailing in Washington, this could all quickly spiral into the kind of situation in 1914, where a lot of ill-conceived treaties led to a minor incident in the Balkans turning inexorably into World War I.

Nov 27 11:11

China to Unleash Killer Robot Army to Fight Terrorism

By Nicholas West

This warnings are abundant about the rise of "killer robots;" they have spawned an unresolved dialogue at the United Nations, and even the U.S. military is seeking ways to create moral, ethical robots. Such dialogue and warnings might give one the perception that killer robots are not already here. Wrong, they are...

Nov 27 08:23

China to set up 1st overseas naval base in Djibouti next to US airbase

Beijing plans to set up a naval facility in Djibouti, East Africa, to boost counter-piracy and peacekeeping efforts, officials say. The future Chinese installation will be near a US airbase reportedly used for the Pentagon’s drone operations.

Nov 26 06:07

Is Turkey Starting a Proxi-War for NATO?

It is clear, Turkey hosting the recent G20 meeting and subscribing to the east-west ‘coalition’ of fighting the ISIS / DAESH / Al Qaeda terror, was a loosely disguised farce.

Did Turkey just provoke a proxi-war on behalf of NATO against Russia? – Turkey knew very well that the Russian SU-24 fighter jet was inside Syria’s borders and that even as it may have been close to Turkey it was no threat for Turkey. Russia’s mission was clear to all the 19 nations which attended the G20 meeting some 10 days ago in Antalya, Turkey, when the entire group unanimously decided to cooperate in fighting the Islamic State (IS – or Daesh, according to its Arabic acronym).

Nov 26 06:04

Turkey Shoots Down More Than Just a Russian Jet

It is only a matter of time before the rhetorical shell game conducted by the terrorist sponsors comes unstuck.

Turkey’s shooting down of a Russian fighter jet this week was likely aimed at a bigger political target – to deal a blow to the proposal of a grand anti-terror coalition between the West and Russia for fighting the Islamic State extremist network in Syria.

Such a coalition might seem reasonable, even desirable, to most people. But it is profoundly unacceptable, tacitly, to Washington because it would further expose the criminal nature of the Western-sponsored regime-change operation in Syria.

Washington and its allies do not want Russia to participate in an effective military coalition that would accelerate the destruction of the mercenary terror army that the Western powers have covertly invested in. In that regard, French President Francois Hollande seems to have momentarily lost the devious plot by proposing such an alliance with Russia.

Nov 26 06:02

Manufacturing a phony caliphate

Carefully-orchestrated snuff films directed by media experts.

Image is the most important element of the vaunted but fictional “new caliphate”. This thing is largely smoke and mirrors: manufacturing a phony “caliphate” out of nothing but a misfit band of thugs collected from many disparate countries—all wearing matching black outfits and masks (so that you can’t identify ethnicity), driving identical shiny Toyota trucks by the hundreds, flying identical mass-produced flags and sporting slick logos—supplied by whom?

Nov 26 05:34

The Chinese Figure Russia Could Shoot Down a Turkish Jet in Retaliation

“Ankara must be well aware of what it means to shoot down a Russian warplane,” states the editorial. “Next it will be careful enough not to give Russia a chance to down one of its warplanes in retaliation. Moscow probably has to cross the Syrian-Turkish border to implement retaliation, which however risks escalating military confrontation.” “If Russia strikes down a Turkish warplane in Turkish airspace, or strikes a Turkish air base, it will touch NATO’s nerve. If NATO takes no action, its pledge to protect smaller alliance members will be discredited. However, if NATO adopts substantial action toward Russia, Europe will confront an unprecedented turbulent situation not seen since World War II.” The piece argues that the crisis is even riskier than when Vladimir Putin was considering whether to annex Crimea, because Putin’s “personal prestige” and Moscow’s “tough image” is on the line.

Nov 26 05:30

China Is Setting up Its First Military Base in Africa

China is increasingly making her presence felt in a continent that was previously the exclusive preserve of her former colonial powers and the US. Beijing has signed a ten-year leasing agreement with Djibouti to build a logistical hub in that nation, which is located in the Horn of Africa. “They are going to build a base in Djibouti, so that will be their first military location in Africa,” U.S. Army Gen. David Rodriguez, commander of U.S. Africa Command, recently told defense reporters according to The Hill’s Kristina Wong. It was only a matter of time before China set up overseas bases in the region. Beijing has enormous economic interests in the region that it needs to protect...

Nov 26 03:39

Animal Farm: China to build ‘world’s largest cloning factory’

China looks set to build the world’s biggest cloning factory, with dogs, cows and horses expected to be replicated amid planned investment of $30 million (200 million yuan).

The factory will consist of a ground-breaking lab, an animal cloning center, as well as a gene bank and educational exhibition hall, China Daily reported.

Nov 25 12:57

China Opening “The World’s Biggest Animal Cloning Factory”

The world’s biggest animal “cloning factory” is due to open in China, producing one million calves a year, sniffer dogs and even genetic copies of the family pet.

Nov 25 09:00

Russia-China Relations and the Downing of Russia’s Jet Fighter by Turkey

The downing of a Russian jet fighter over Syria’s airspace was undertaken by Turkey in consultation with Washington and Brussels. Turkey did not take this decision without getting the greenlight from the Pentagon.

Is this an act of revenge against Russia for bombing the US-sponsored Islamic State in Syria?

The unspoken truth is that Russia is undermining US-NATO’s ground operations inside Syria. The latter are made up of various Al Qaeda affiliated formations which de facto constitute the foot-soldiers of the Western alliance. These ISIS and Al Nusrah rebel forces are in turn led by intelligence operatives and Western special forces, many of whom are deployed by private mercenary companies on contract to US-NATO.

The downing of Russia’s plane by Turkey is a clear act of provocation. What is its broader intent?

How will backlash at the diplomatic level? Is military escalation contemplated by Washington?

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Nov 25 03:25

Russia-China Relations and the Downing of Russia’s Jet Fighter by Turkey

What position will China take when the issue of Turkey’s downing of Russia’s war plane over Syria is brought to the UN Security Council?

The position taken by China could be decisive in preventing a process of military escalation.

Escalation would consist in an enlarged US-NATO-Israel led war against the broader Middle East-Central Asian region, extending from North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean to China’s Xinjiang-Uighur Western frontier with Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Nov 23 22:13

CrossTalk: Talking Syria and the Remaking of the Middle East

Join host Peter LaVelle for an amazing talk about the future of the Middle East

After a series of horrific terrorist attacks, a truly global coalition to fight and destroy ISIS is in the making. At the same time Washington continues to ignore those who are really doing the fighting, particularly Russia. Are arrogance and false pride the real barriers to peace in Syria?

CrossTalking with Pepe Escobar, Richard Murphy and Mark Bruzonsky.

Nov 23 22:04

Manufacturing a phony “caliphate”

"This thing is largely smoke and mirrors: manufacturing a phony “caliphate” out of nothing but a misfit band of thugs collected from many disparate countries—all wearing matching black outfits and masks (so that you can’t identify ethnicity), driving identical shiny Toyota trucks by the hundreds, flying identical mass-produced flags and sporting slick logos—supplied by whom?"

"When has a genuine grassroots rebellion ever looked like this? These guys are well-funded by sophisticated backers. And those backers are no friends of the Muslim world.

Nov 23 09:16

Chinese troops train on U.S. soil while New York prepares for terror attack with simulated mass shooting exercise

In what is being touted as a groundbreaking first, Chinese troops are currently conducting training on U.S. soil despite recent tensions with the Communist nation.

Nov 22 18:30

China says US guilty of "political provocation" in South China Sea

China said on Sunday that the United States (US) was making political provocations with its patrols in the disputed South China Sea, as tensions around the strategic waterways mount.

China will continue to construct military facilities on artificial islands it is building, Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin told a news conference in Kuala Lumpur. The facilities are needed to protect the islands, he said.

Washington was testing Beijing with its insistence on "freedom of navigation" in the strategic waterway, he said.

Nov 21 10:17

Japan considers sending navy to aid US in South China Sea

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told President Barack Obama he’ll consider sending the country’s maritime forces to back up U.S. operations in the South China Sea.

Nov 20 17:08

Oil May Plunge to $20, Signalling Economic Disaster: “The Numbers Are Dreadful And Unprecedented”

Dramatic overproduction of oil has become a major tool of geopolitical conflict and a harbinger of impending economic doom.

The world is running out of storage facilities for surging supplies of oil and may soon exhaust tanker space offshore, raising the chances of a violent plunge in crude prices over coming weeks, experts have warned.

Goldman Sachs told clients that the increasing glut of oil on the global market […] could send prices plummeting to $20 a barrel, the so-called ‘cash cost’ that forces drillers to abandon production.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Nov 20 10:55

With Loss of American Jobs, Illegals Now Fleeing U.S.: “Mexican Migration Is at an End”

The death of American jobs is driving illegal immigrants back to Mexico; but Asian workers from China and India are now coming instead. According to Pew Research:

More Mexican immigrants have returned to Mexico from the U.S. than have migrated here since the end of the Great Recession, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of newly available government data from both countries.

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Nov 20 07:32

China Cracks $64 Billion `Underground Bank' Moving Money Abroad

China said it cracked the nation’s biggest “underground bank,” which handled 410 billion yuan ($64 billion) of illegal foreign-exchange transactions, as the authorities try to combat corruption and rein in capital outflows that have hit records this year.

Nov 20 01:01

G20 Aftermath: No Need to Panic

The recent G20 summit involving the leaders of the world’s 20 largest economies held in Antalya, Turkey, bore witness to the increasing disintegration of the global architecture that the US and its closest allies have been persistently creating since the 1990s.

Nov 19 10:36

China’s Foreign Ministry confirms reports on murder of Chinese citizen by IS terrorists

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has confirmed on Thursday that Chinese national Fan Jinghui had been kidnapped and murdered by militants of the Islamic State. The Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement posted on its website: "The Chinese government strongly condemns this inhuman action and will definitely hold the perpetrators accountable." Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei noted that Beijing "had made all-out effort" to rescue the hostage. Islamic State earlier said that it had killed a Norwegian and a Chinese citizen whom it held hostage. Prior to that, terrorists claimed that they were allegedly ready to liberate the captives for a ransom.

Nov 19 08:01

FEAR SPREADS AS CHINA’S FINANCE FIRMS FACE ARRESTS

The arrests or investigations targeting the finance industry in the aftermath of China’s summer market crash have intensified in recent weeks, creating a climate of fear among China’s finance firms and chilling their investment strategies. At least 16 people have been arrested, are being investigated or have been taken away from their job duties to assist authorities, according to statements and announcements compiled by Bloomberg News.

The authorities’ goal is to root out practices such as insider trading as part of China’s anti-corruption campaign, and a desire by "some in the political leadership to find scapegoats to blame" for the market crash, according to Barry Naughton, a professor of Chinese economy at the University of California in San Diego.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This does not augur well for the immediate future of the Chinese economy.

Nov 17 13:27

New Zealand: Anti-TPP protest organisers silent on war preparations against China

Thousands of people protested throughout New Zealand on Saturday demanding that the National Party government “walk away” from the US-led Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement. More than 1,000 people marched in Auckland and hundreds more rallied in Wellington, Christchurch and about a dozen smaller towns.

Nov 17 09:43

Putin to receive vice chairman of China Central Military Commission

Russian President Vladimir Putin will receive on Tuesday Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission of China Xu Qiliang, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters. Colonel General Xu Qiliang is also in charge of issues of China’s military and military-technical cooperation with Russia. In November 2014, he discussed these issues with Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu during the Russian defence minister’s visit to Beijing. Then the Chinese Central Military Commission vice chairman said that "the strategic partnership between China and Russia has entered a new stage of development, which is gratifying." He expressed the view that the development of this partnership "reflects the common desire of our peoples and plays an important role in maintaining regional and global peace." "Sino-Russian relations have a strategic importance," Xu Qiliang said.

Nov 17 08:47

Zionists Betrayed Jews to Holocaust

Nazism, Zionism and Communism are Illuminati movements. In order to justify the state of Israel, Zionists collaborated with the Nazi and, despite the blood on their hands, continue to exploit the holocaust for their political benefit.

They Act Like NaZis, Because They WERE the NaZis.

Nov 17 08:31

Yuan to grab the title of IMF world reserve currency

Now the world's second largest economy will add its currency to the elite SDR basket. Until recently, it was believed that the yuan was controlled too tightly to be included on the list of world reserve currencies. Nevertheless, the yuan will be formally accepted into the elite circle of "Special Drawing Rights" - the basket of IMF currencies - at the end of the month. This is an important milestone for China, and the Celestial Empire is close to obtaining global economic power. IMF chief Christine Lagarde said that the yuan now meets the requirements for a freely usable currency. The yuan will thus join the company of the yen, the dollar, the pound and the euro.

Nov 17 08:26

Blast and fire reported at chemical factory in China’s Liaoning province

An explosion has been reported at a chemical factory in Fushun, Liaoning province, in northeast China. The cause of the blast is under investigation, CCTV reported.

Nov 16 16:05

Invisible fighter jet and warship technology breakthrough unveiled by Chinese scientists

Stealth technology is one of the biggest advantages any military could wield, and now China is looking to out-gun other nations in the field after scientists unveiled a breakthrough that could effectively create invisible fighter jets and warships.

Researchers from China's Huazhong University of Science and Technology have developed a new material capable of completely absorbing all radar microwaves and is ''almost ten times thinner than conventional ones''.

Nov 15 11:23

China Secures Zimbabwean Resources

Nov 15 08:41

IMF Greenlights Addition Of Chinese Yuan To SDR Basket: Wall Street Responds

While the world was following the tragic events unfolding on Friday night in France where hundreds of innocent civilians were killed or injured, an important economic development took place at the IMF, whose staff and head Christine Lagarde, officially greenlighted the acceptance of China's currency - the Renminbi, or Yuan - into the IMF's foreign exchange basket, also known as the Special Drawing Rights.

Nov 15 07:34

US provocations at sea toughen China up

Pentagon announced on Thursday that two US B-52 bombers flew near the Nansha Islands in the South China Sea on November 8 and 9. The planes did not fly within 12 nautical miles near China's islands, though they received warnings from Chinese ground controllers, according to the US military.

This is a renewed provocation. However, compared with the recent patrol of US warship on waters 12 nautical miles near China's Zhubi Reef, the overflight this time appears less confrontational. The announcement of the flight came after it happened, which is a toned-down gesture compared with the prior announcement of the warship patrol.

The continued harassment indicates the US is attempting to keep the heat on the South China Sea. With the assistance of the Philippines, the US will continue to push the South China Sea into the agenda of international gatherings, giving China a hard time.

Nov 15 07:34

IMF’s Lagarde Anoints Chinese Yuan. Will it Now Demolish the “Dollar Hegemony?”

IMF boss Christine Lagarde is gung-ho about it. IMF staff is too. The Executive Board will consider it on November 30 and in all likelihood approve it. It will take effect in October 2016. Then it’s a done deal: the Chinese yuan will be added to the IMF’s currency basket, the Special Drawing Rights (SDR). A step toward becoming a major global reserve currency.

Nov 15 06:57

118-meter-high Building in West China Demolished

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Looks just like how Building 7 came down!

Nov 13 17:55

Elegy For 600

Justice For Chinese (JFC) is the brainchild of Andrew Kwong also known as (aka) Joe Canuck, aka The People’s Artist. The main objective of JFC is to seek legal redress and monetary compensation for all Chinese peoples from the Rothschild Jews who destroyed China and the lives of an estimated 600 million Chinese who were addicted to their deadly opium.

Nov 13 17:04

Putin to speak at UN climate change summit in Paris, France says

Wonder how the latest false flag will affect this upcoming meeting in Paris with ALL the worlds biggie politicos in attendance....maybe.

By: Sylvie Corbet The Associated Press, Published on Sun Nov 08 2015

LE BOURGET, FRANCE — Canada's new environment minister was in Paris Sunday taking part in talks to lay the groundwork for this month's UN global climate change summit, which will be attended by more than 100 world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, France’s foreign minister said.

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said that Putin has accepted an invitation to attend the conference in Paris. He will be among the speakers on the conference’s first day, along with U.S. President Barack Obama and the leaders of India and China.

The Kremlin hasn’t confirmed Putin’s participation at the so-called COP 21 talks, which aim to reach the most ambitious accord to date limiting emissions that cause global warming.

Nov 13 13:38

Carson on China in Syria: ‘My Sources Are Better’ Than Obama Admin

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said on Friday that his “sources are better” than those of the Obama administration when it comes to whether China is involved in the Syria conflict.

Carson has claimed, based on his sources, that Chinese forces are operating in Syria. Asked on Thursday whether that is true, White House National Security Adviser Susan Rice said the U.S. has no evidence or intelligence suggesting that the Chinese are involved in Syria.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Were China in Syria, the obvious question is whether they are there at the request of the Syrian government.

However, given other recent revelations about Carson, I go with the White House on this one.


Nov 13 10:00

US Nuclear Bombers Flew Near Chinese Man Made Islands During Navy Ballistic Missile Tests!

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The US was sending a message to Russia and China.

Nov 13 09:01

GM to Import Chinese-Made Buick SUV

General Motors Co., fresh off agreeing to a new union contract that is expected to drive up its U.S. labor costs, plans to become the first major auto maker to sell Chinese-made cars in the U.S.

Nov 12 10:14

Chinese Scientists Unveil New Stealth Material Breakthrough

A group of scientists from China may have created a stealth material that could make future fighter jets very difficult to detect by some of today’s most cutting-edge anti-stealth radar.

The researchers developed a new material they say can defeat microwave radar at ultrahigh frequencies, or UHF. Such material is usually too thick to be applied to aircraft like fighter jets, but this new material is thin enough for military aircraft, ships, and other equipment.

Today’s synthetic aperture radar use arrays of antennas directing microwave energy to essentially see through clouds and fog and provide an approximate sense of the object’s size, the so-called radar cross section. With radar absorbent material not all of the signal bounces back to the receiver. A plane can look like a bird.

“Our proposed absorber is almost ten times thinner than conventional ones,” said Wenhua Xu, one of the team members from China’s Huazhong University of Science and Technology, in a statement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This will certainly be a game changer in terms of weapons and defense; but even though the research is published, I wonder, in terms of actual development, how long it will take for the US military to embrace some version of this technology?!?

Nov 12 09:17

What Copper Just Said about China

Nov 12 09:07

Amnesty International accuses China of torture disregarding Guantanamo

International human rights organization Amnesty International accused China of practicing brutal torture. AI researchers published a report that said that Chinese security forces still use electric batons and chairs during the torture of suspects or perpetrators. According to The Guardian, the information was obtained by human rights activists as a result of interviews with 40 Chinese lawyers. The report also said that beatings and other methods of physical and psychological violence is also used against detainees in China. Noteworthy, the Chinese leadership adopted legislation to limit the use of torture in the country, although Amnesty International found the law "unconvincing". Meanwhile, experts from many countries of the world have repeatedly tried to draw attention of the international community, including the UN, to facts of torture behind the walls of the US prison at Guantanamo Bay.

Nov 11 12:43

China Launching Gold Backed Global Currency

According to the article, China is recasting all of their gold reserves into small one kilo bars in order to issue a new “gold-backed” currency. Many say this will disrupt global trade and will eventually cause a collapse of the US dollar.

Nov 11 10:20

Chinese marine geologists have discovered about 500 tons of gold under the seabed in the East China Sea, local media reporte

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The first undersea gold reserves and the largest gold deposit found in China was discovered after three years of investigations near Sanshan Island in east China’s Shandong province, 1.2 miles below sea level, the South China Morning Post newspaper reported Tuesday.

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