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  • China is sending a message to the US

  • It’s ready to fight for Taiwan

  • Plus the WHO’s China report is a disaster

  • That and more on this week’s China news headlines

  • Welcome to China Uncensored, I’m Chris Chappell.

  • This week’s China news headlines.

  • The Chinese Communist Party has said for a long time that it plans to invade Taiwan.

  • But when it does, the US will probably respond.

  • So now, the Chinese military is preparing for that US intervention.

  • That’s according to Taiwan’s Deputy Defense Minister

  • This week, Chinese aircraft once again harassed Taiwan.

  • That’s nothing new.

  • What is new is how they did it

  • Radar readings showed different groups of Chinese jets flew in a pincer pattern, surrounding

  • Taiwan on three sides

  • And according to my favorite Chinese state-run media, the Global Times, there’s a reason.

  • The recent exercises show that the PLA is...taking possible US and Japanese interventions

  • into consideration.”

  • Clearly, the flight plan of the Chinese jets represented in yellow are to handle forces

  • coming from the US or Japan.

  • The Chinese fighters also happened to fly over at the same time as the President of

  • Palau and a US diplomat were visiting Taiwan.

  • Wait, what if the Chinese Communist Party is actually afraid of...Palau?

  • Maybe they are.

  • Because that US diplomat who traveled to Taiwan was John Hennessy-Niland, the US Ambassador

  • to Palau.

  • And it’s the first time a US ambassador has visited Taiwan in 40 years.

  • Which of course drew a “red linewarning from China

  • In otherangering Chinanews, last week the US and Taiwan signed a Coast Guard Deal.

  • Which of course China denounced.

  • The deal means the US Coast Guard will be working with Taiwan a little bit more.

  • It does kind of stretch the definition of a Coast Guard

  • Turns outThe U.S. has been deploying its coast guard to the Western Pacific to help

  • allies enforce their claims in disputed waters.”

  • And the US Coast Guard even intercepted a Chinese fishing boat illegally operating in

  • the waters of Palau in December

  • Wait, Palau again?!

  • Be afraid, CCP.

  • Be very afraid

  • But the latest group to offend the Chinese Communist Party is: NASA.

  • They called Taiwan a country.

  • NASA has started a Send Your Name to Mars campaign.

  • And in thecountrydrop-down menu, you could select Taiwan.

  • But obviously, the CCP is very sensitive and this hurt its feelings.

  • So NASA changed it.

  • Now you select yourlocationby picking a country/region/territory.

  • NASA, if youre going to cave to the Chinese Communist Party, what are you going to do

  • when the aliens get here?

  • NASA has been banned from working with China’s space program, since it’s run by the Chinese

  • military, and it could be a serious threat to US national security.

  • And yet, recently NASA admitted they exchanged data with China on Mars orbiters.

  • Ah well, it was a nice planet while it lasted.

  • But at least the US State Department is taking a harder stance against the Chinese regime.

  • More on that after the break.

  • Welcome back.

  • The US State Department has released its latest report on the state of human rights in China.

  • The state is: There are no human rights.

  • It calls the persecution of Uyghurs a genocide.

  • It also mentions allegations of forced organ harvesting from Uyghurs and Falun Gong practitioners.

  • China responded by saying the hearts of all Chinese citizens belong to the Party

  • The State Department report comes a week after Secretary of State Antony Blinken called on

  • NATO allies to join the US in countering China.

  • It also comes as the US successfully got its allies to sanction China's abuse of Uyghurs.

  • And a Chinese professor has been caught on camera revealing the secret to China’s success.

  • And by caught on camera, I mean he posted this speech on Chinese TikTok

  • After reform and opening up, we let the foreigners in.

  • They brought in their technology, their cars, their money, their experience, their knowledge.

  • China couldn’t compete with the foreigners.

  • So what did the Chinese government do?

  • Let people start business partnerships with foreigners.

  • And use the partnerships to learn to do it on our own.” 

  • Now the factories, the equipment, the technology, the patents, the products, the market, the

  • brands, are all ours.

  • The foreigners are completely gone.” 

  • So now our Yang Jiechi and Wang Li have the status to be so tough in their talks with

  • the Americans.

  • You are not qualified [laughter] to speak to me like this.”

  • For the last 40 years, all weve done is plagiarize.

  • Weve copied our way to the top.

  • We plagiarized wildly, copied wildly.

  • What intellectual property rights?

  • What patented technology?

  • Well get it first and deal with it later.”

  • That’s what the Communist Party calls forced technology transfer.

  • We did a full episode about it, check it out.

  • Also, I’ve talked about this problem in hundreds of China Uncensored episodes.

  • And yet, foreign companies keep throwing their money and their intellectual property into

  • the China market.

  • What are you doing, Elon?!

  • The World Health Organization released its report about the origin of the coronavirus.

  • And no one is happy

  • Scientists say it only scratched the surface.

  • The White House says Americans deserve better information.

  • The Wall Street Journal calls it the Wuhan Whitewash.

  • That’s because the report is the result of a close collaboration between the WHO and

  • the Chinese Communist Party.

  • And let’s just say, the Party might have withheld some data.

  • Not that they have anything to hide.

  • A former head of the CDC says the coronavirus mostly likely escaped from a Chinese lab,

  • accidentally.

  • But the WHO report says I don’t know, maybe it came from animals?

  • Maybe not.

  • I don’t know.

  • We might as well have asked a Magic 8 Ball

  • But as the WHO report came out, China also announced theyre going to try to prove

  • it came from outside China.

  • You know what?

  • Let’s just all say it came from Taiwan.

  • Then China will either have to admit it began in China, or admit that Taiwan is not a part

  • of China.

  • It’s perfect!

  • And after the break, guess which world leaders now have the coronavirus?

  • Welcome back.

  • Both the president and prime minister of Pakistan have contracted the coronavirus.

  • It was shortly after they both had their first dose of China’s Sinopharm vaccine.

  • These are the things you sacrifice when you ally with the Chinese Communist Party.

  • Sinopharm claims their vaccine is 79% effective, although that has not been independently verified.

  • Until it is, I’ll believe it as much as I believe the coronavirus data China gave

  • to the WHO.

  • The top Chinese diplomat in Brazil has taken to Twitter, to mock Justin Trudeau.

  • As tempting as it is, I will not take the Communist Party’s side on this

  • The Chinese diplomat tweetedBoy, your greatest achievement is to have ruined the

  • friendly relations between China and Canada, and have turned Canada into a running dog

  • of the US.

  • Spendthrift!!!”

  • Spendthrift?

  • There are way better insults than spendthrift.

  • Why not try Dunderhead?

  • I mean, Trudeau is a real Afternoon Farmer.

  • All hat and no cattle.

  • Am I right?

  • A real Gadabout.

  • He’s a galumphing milksop Rumbumptious sauce box!

  • Now this may shock you, but a new study has found that Chinese loans to developing nations

  • may pose some problems.

  • The study looked at 100 Chinese loan agreements in 24 countries.

  • This is the first study of its kind

  • Apparently, loans from the Chinese Communist Party imposeunique conditions on borrowing

  • nations which could be giving Beijing undue influence over their economic and foreign

  • policies.”

  • They also all contain confidentiality clauses that prevent these countries from telling

  • the public what’s actually in the deal.

  • Transparency, with Chinese characteristics.

  • Meanwhile, in Hong Kong news, the Chinese Communist Party has officially implemented

  • the terrible things we told you they were going to implement

  • Among other things, the Party now demands that only people who demonstrate loyalty can

  • run for office, which makes it pretty much impossible for pro-democracy politicians to

  • run ever again.

  • And as a fun bonus, the Hong Kong National Security police will be the ones vetting potential

  • candidates for loyalty

  • But most Hong Kong activists aren’t really thinking about running for office right now,

  • because theyre just trying to stay out of prison.

  • On Thursday, seven prominent activists were convicted of unlawful assembly over a protest

  • back in 2019.

  • They includedMartin Lee, an 82-year-old barrister known as thefather of democracy

  • in Hong Kong; Jimmy Lai, 73, a media tycoon and founder of the staunchly pro-democracy

  • Apple Daily newspaper; and Margaret Ng, 73, a respected barrister and columnist.”

  • Clearly these people are a menace to society.

  • They each now face up to five years in prison

  • And finally, the Chinese Foreign Ministry loves to spread propaganda through Twitter.

  • Even though Twitter is banned in China.

  • Here’s an example.

  • After the US Congress passed a bill condemning China for their treatment of Uyghurs,

  • China’s Foreign Ministry Tweeted thatEthnic minorities in China enjoy equal rights and

  • freedom in religion and culture.

  • China's ethnic policy is more successful!”

  • Yes, this is what I call a successful ethnic policy.

  • Or when the US imposed visa restrictions on Chinese officials over abuses in Tibet,

  • China’s Foreign Ministry again took to their favorite propaganda tool, Twitter, to say

  • they would be imposing visa restrictions on US personnel.

  • China’s Foreign Ministry Tweets about 100 times each month.

  • The tweets all have some propaganda goal, whether it’s criticizing the West, or praising

  • the Chinese Communist Party.

  • And the CCP loves to use Twitter to troll the rest of the world

  • Twitter, of course, refuses to deplatform this dangerous propaganda machine.

  • Which is fine, because it’s not Twitter’s job to censor people.

  • But there’s a way you can fight back, and use China’s propaganda against them.

  • Students for a Free Tibet has created this website called Tweets for Tibet.

  • You can pledge, say 10 cents, per Foreign Ministry tweet.

  • And the money goes to the Tibetan Freedom Movement.

  • Every time China’s Foreign Ministry Tweets, it raises more money to stand up to the Chinese

  • Communist Party.

  • Every Tweet they make, hurts themselves.

  • It’s a brilliant way to use the energy of the CCP’s trolling against them

  • Now to be clear: We don’t make any money from this.

  • We just heard about it and thought it was a great idea.

  • In fact, we signed China Uncensored up to pledge $1 per Tweet.

  • So if you want to turn the CCP’s propaganda against itself, check it out.

  • Go to TweetsForTibet.com.

  • And I’ll put a link in the description below.

  • Once again, I’m Chris Chappell.

  • See you next time.

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