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  • The Philippine foreign minister curses out China

  • The EU suspends its big China investment deal

  • And why Chinese clergy love the motherland

  • Thad more on this week's China news headlines

  • Welcome to China Uncensored, I'm Chris  Chappell. This week's China news headlines.

  • The Philippines is getting pretty fed  up with the Chinese Communist Party  

  • constantly encroaching on its territorial waters.  

  • And some Filipino officials are expressing  it in some pretty colorful ways.

  • Chinese ships have been mooring  in disputed territorial waters.

  • And here's a tweet from the  Philippine Foreign Minister,  

  • TeodoroTeddy BoyLocsinresponding to that.

  • China, my friend, how politely can I put itLet me see… O…GET THE FUCK OUT. What are you  

  • doing to our friendship? You. Not us. We're  trying. You. You're like an ugly oaf forcing  

  • your attentions on a handsome guy who wants to  be a friend; not to father a Chinese province

  • I think Teddy Boy here might  be my favorite politician now

  • Imagine if all officials talked to  the Chinese Communist Party like that.

  • Hey you ugly oaf, we're going to circle back  and kick your butts out of the South China Sea

  • China responded to Locsin's tweet  by calling for basic manners.

  • Yes, the country that uses  gang rape as a form of torture  

  • is lecutring the Philippines about manners.

  • Anyway, Locsin has since apologized  to China's Foreign Minister, Wang Yi.

  • While also bragging about being the original  

  • Wolf Warrior diplomat. He  sounds like an interesting guy.

  • Meanwhile, President Duterte's spokesperson  reminded Philippine officials that profanity  

  • has no place in diplomacy. Duterte added, “I am the only one who can curse.”

  • And for clarity, that's not a jokethat's what Duterte actually said.

  • Talk about rules for thee, not for me

  • But in a move that could be even  more explosive than a Twitter fight,  

  • the Philippines has also rejected a fishing  ban put in place by the Chinese Coast Guard,  

  • saying that Filipino fishing boats should  keep on fishing in their territorial waters.

  • The Phillipine Coast Guard is  also continuing to challenge  

  • Chinese maritime militia  vessels in the South China Sea.

  • I'm just waiting for Chinese officials to tell the  

  • Philippine Coast Guard to  mind their basic manners.

  • Speaking of manners, China's Political  and Legal Affairs Commissionone of the  

  • top Party organizationsposted this to their  Weibo account, China's version of Twitter.  

  • The text saysChina lighting a fire  versus India lighting a fire.” It compares  

  • China's space launch, to India burning  bodies of people that died from Covid-19.

  • Now obviously, this lack of sensitivity  upset like a BILLION PEOPLE.

  • And then Chinese authorities deleted  the post amid a huge backlash.

  • Even the editor in chief of my favorite Chinese  state-run media, The Global Times, said China's  

  • official social media accounts shouldhold  high the banner of humanitarianism at this time,  

  • show sympathy for India, and firmly place  Chinese society on a moral high ground.”

  • When even the Global Times says a meme was  too nationalistic, you know it went too far.

  • But I don't think the Global Times or the Chinese  Communist Party are upset about being insensitive.  

  • They're upset because they overplayed their  hand, at a time when they're trying to woo  

  • India by being really helpful during  their current coronavirus crisis.

  • It's more than just vaccine diplomacyIt's oxygen concentrator diplomacy.

  • All this is happening at a time when India is  trying to ally with the West to counter China.

  • You know, because China keeps trying  to take Indian border territory.

  • And spy on India through mobile apps.

  • And because China covered  up the deadly coronavirus,  

  • which is why it spread to India, which is  why India has to cremate so many bodies!

  • And more fun China newscoming up after the break.

  • Welcome back.

  • You may have heard of Cuban refugeesrisking their lives to flee to America

  • But now a Chinese man, seeking 'freedom and  equality' says he traveled to Taiwan in a dinghy.

  • It took him 10 hours to make the 100-plus  mile journey across the Taiwan Strait  

  • in a small rubber boatpowered by an outboard motor.

  • Taiwan police arrested him at the port  of Taichung. When they asked if his  

  • life was bad in mainland China, “Zhou said he  believed life in China 'is all kinds of bad.'”

  • Well, he's not wrong.

  • It's looking like the EU has effectively suspended  its proposed mega investment deal with China.

  • The deal is not officially dead, but an  official from the European Commission  

  • said that they've basically  stopped pushing for it.

  • It's going to be hard to get the  European parliament to vote in favor  

  • of an investment deal with China, when China is  sanctioning members of the European parliament.

  • That investment deal was signed at the  end of December, spearheaded by Germany.  

  • Got to get those German  cars into the China market!

  • But then in March, the EU sanctioned  Chinese officials for the genocide  

  • of ethnic Uyghurs in Xinjiang. China  responded by sanctioning EU officials,  

  • and now things are just kind ofmess. Who could have predicted that?

  • The EU has also laid out new rules on foreign  

  • investment that will make  things tougher for China.

  • If approved, the rules would give EU  antitrust authorities a lot of power  

  • to block investments from Chinese companies.  

  • The Chinese regime has used business investments  as a way to infiltrate and undermine the EU.

  • The new regulation would help address rising  European concerns that Chinese businesses,  

  • bolstered by state support, are  competing unfairly around the world,  

  • making rock-bottom bids at public tenders and  offering unbeatable premiums for acquisitions.”

  • Of course the rules aren't targeting  China. No, they're just about  

  • foreign investment. From no country in particular.

  • Now I don't often do this on the show, but  

  • I want to talk to you about JesusJesus told us to love thy neighbor.

  • And as an extension of that, new  rules for religious clergy in China  

  • dictate that clergy shouldlove the motherland.”

  • Clergy should alsosupport the leadership  of the Chinese Communist Party,”  

  • andpractice the core socialist values.”

  • It's in the Bible. Somewhere.  I think it's in Corinthians  

  • with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era. Now for some reason, these new regulations  

  • have some asking if Christians  are next in line for reeducation.

  • Authorities in China are detaining Christians in  

  • secretive, mobile 'transformation' facilities  to make them renounce their faith.”

  • There's also reports of a crackdown  on Christians using social media.

  • But the Chinese Communist Party may reap  what it sows. Retribution may be coming.  

  • Chinese state run media are warning  about the risks of rising sea levels...

  • If that happens, they're going to need  someone to part the watersand he'll  

  • demand that China let their people go

  • And that my friends is the kind of humoryears of Catholic school education will get you!

  • Here's another joke for you.

  • In the two years since China  arbitrarily kidnapped two Canadians,  

  • the Canadian government has ok'd nearlymillion dollars in contracts with China.

  • That's on top of overmillion dollars in direct aid.

  • And yet, despite the Canadian government  piling on this kind of immense pressure,  

  • China still hasn't released the two Michaels.

  • That's the joke.

  • Meanwhile in the US, Chinese companies  are having record breaking IPOs.

  • Yet another way in which Americans are  investing in China...even if they don't want to.

  • And US defense contractor Honeywell has been fined  

  • 13 million dollars for sharing  military secrets with China.

  • But don't worry, because the G7 just met  and they have a message for Chinathe  

  • West ain't over just yet!

  • Yes, truly the West is putting up a strong  united front against the Chinese Communist Party.

  • By the way, New Zealand has decided not to  call China's treatment of Uyghurs a genocide.

  • And coming up after the break, who's  a bigger threat: China or America?  

  • The answer may surprise you.

  • Welcome back.

  • In a new global poll from the Alliance of  Democracies Foundation, looking at 50,000  

  • people in 53 countries, the US is seen asbigger threat to democracy than Russia or China.

  • That's right, the US has a lot of problems.

  • And why should we criticize China  when we have our own issues?

  • What about how the US treats  its ethnic minorities?

  • Isn't it really the US that's  undermining democracy around the world

  • Why do so many people think the US isbigger threat to democracy than China—a  

  • country where dissidents are put in labor camps  and people are tortured for their beliefs?

  • I don't know. But for a long time, the  Communist Party has been pushing this logic:  

  • that no one is allowed to criticize China, unless  that person himself is perfect. And no one is  

  • perfect. Except maybe Jesus, but he'd be inChinese labor camp. So no one could hear him!

  • And now it's time to answer a question frommember of the China Uncensored 50 Cent Army,  

  • fans who support us and our  efforts to expose the truth  

  • about the Chinese Communist Party on  the crowd funding website Patreon.

  • Banana Pancakes asks, “When  do we cancel China instead?”

  • Ah, that's in response to our episode about  the Oscar winning Chinese director Chloe Zhao  

  • getting censored in China.

  • Banana Pancakes, that's actually a really  good question. When do we cancel China? I  

  • would say cancel the Chinese Communist Party for  clarity. But that's exactly what needs to happen.  

  • The Chinese regime is propped up by the WestPeople around the world need to be very clear  

  • on what the Chinese Communist Party is—a country  that using gang rape as a form of torture.  

  • That's not a regime you should do business  with. It's not a regime that you should  

  • cooperate with on climate change. It's a pariah  that you ought to shun at every opportunity.

  • It's North Korea with better  PR. And a lot more money.

  • That they made from the West.

  • Try not to buy things made in China. It's hardbut try to make sure you aren't invested in the  

  • Chinese market. Don't support companies that turn  a blind eye to human rights abuses in China. Tell  

  • your elected representatives to do the same. When  do we cancel the Chinese Communist Party? Today.

  • So how do you get the word out? Well this  is something I've been thinking about.  

  • Sharing these episodes is a great startBut I was considering making, for example,  

  • PowerPoint presentations about the Chinese  Communist Party, their human rights atrocities,  

  • and the threat to global freedom and democracy. I  was thinking I could make these available to you,  

  • and you could use them to help educate your  schools, business, rotary clubs, what have you.  

  • But, is that something you would be interested  in? Let me know in the comments below.

  • Thanks for your question Banana  Pancakes and your support.

  • And a big thank you to everyone who supports China  Uncensored on Patreon. We could not do this show  

  • without you. So thank you for joining us in the  fight to expose the Chinese Communist Party to  

  • the world. If you're interested in joininghead over to Patreon.com/ChinaUncensored.

  • Once again I'm Chris Chappell, see you next time.

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