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"Democracy has little meaning when big business rules the life of the country through its control of the means of production, exchange, transportation, and communication, reinforced by command of the press, press agents and other means of publicity and propaganda." -- US philosopher John Dewey

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Cover-Up: Scientist Who Worked At Wuhan Lab Spills The Truth About The Leak MikeRivero Tue, 12/06/2022 - 10:59

The New York Post reports scientist Andrew Huff, who worked at the Wuhan research lab, has claimed the Coronavirus was man-made.

While Huff worked at the laboratory, which has drawn fierce commentary and debates about the organs of the virus, he said the Wuhan Institute of Virology lab was responsible for leaking COVID two years ago. He also blamed authorities for the “biggest U.S. intelligence failure since 911, according to a report from Britain from The Sun.

If the intent was to get western elites to simultaneously support totalitarianism in their own countries while pretending to oppose it in China, then Xi Jinping has certainly made his point...

Across the political spectrum, voices have risen up in support of the Chinese people who’ve launched protests of unprecedented scale against the Chinese Communist Party’s indefinite Covid lockdown measures.

Taiwanese iPhone maker seeks to restore production after protests MikeRivero Tue, 12/06/2022 - 06:40

Taiwanese tech giant and key Apple supplier Foxconn said Monday it was hiring new workers and moving towards "restoring production capacity to normal" following violent clashes at its central China plant last month.

Foxconn, also known by its official name Hon Hai Precision Industry, is the world's biggest contract electronics manufacturer and assembles gadgets for many international brands.

Canada intends to send more warships to pass through the Taiwan Strait to demonstrate that the waters claimed by China are international, Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly said on Monday.

“We will continue to enforce the international rules-based order when it comes to the Taiwan Strait. And that’s why also we had a frigate going through the Taiwan Strait this summer, along with the Americans, [and] we’re looking to have more frigates going through it,” Joly said in an interview with Financial Times.

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Bipartisan Group Of US Senators Warns CCP Over Quelling Of Protests MikeRivero Mon, 12/05/2022 - 06:57

As protests continue to rage throughout China over the regime’s harsh COVID-19 policies, and the police respond with notable force, a bipartisan group of U.S.

China looks to strengthen Arab ties as US pivots from Middle East MikeRivero Mon, 12/05/2022 - 06:26

Beijing has said it will not seek geopolitical self-interest in the Middle East, ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s expected trip to the China-Arab Summit next week in Saudi Arabia.

In an official document entitled Report on Sino-Arab Cooperation in a New Era, China’s foreign ministry stated the principles of China’s policies towards the region.

WW3 preparations: For the first time in history, Russian Tu-95MS bombers landed in China and Chinese H-6s in Russia! (video) MikeRivero Mon, 12/05/2022 - 06:23

For the first time in military history, Russian Tu-95MS strategic bombers have landed at China's Hangzhou Air Base in the Zhejiang suburb. At the same time, Chinese Xian H-6 bombers were landing at a Russian airbase in Vladivostok.

Lloyd Austin Says the Pentagon Is Aligning Its Budget Like Never Before to Face China MikeRivero Mon, 12/05/2022 - 06:20

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin on Saturday delivered a speech where he reaffirmed that the Pentagon’s top priority is countering China, which he accused of seeking to reshape the so-called “international order.”