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  • On this episode of China Uncensored,

  • Ever wonder what the Communist Party

  • cares about most?

  • The answer will surprise you...

  • I spy with my little eye,

  • a People's Liberation Army Navy Type 815

  • auxiliary general intelligence ship!

  • And finally,

  • make sure you're not sitting in the splash zone,

  • when China's housing bubble bursts.

  • This is China Uncensored.

  • Hi, welcome to China Uncensored,

  • I'm your host Chris Chappell.

  • If there's one thing

  • the Chinese Communist Party cares about,

  • its sincerity.

  • Party members are just so sincere

  • about listening to the people,

  • says Party mouthpiece People's Daily.

  • They also say China deserves recognition

  • for sincerely promoting peace around the world.

  • And my heart trembles when I think about

  • how sincere China is in the South China Sea.

  • Actually, I'm pretty sure the Global Times

  • is right about that one.

  • I mean, setting up military bases

  • is a sincere commitment.

  • So what happens when some no-good

  • but duly elected Hong Kong lawmakers

  • aren't sincere?

  • Well, they must be punished.

  • Newly elected lawmakers in Hong Kong

  • have to take an oath of office.

  • And of of course,

  • it must be done sincerely.

  • Anyone should take the oath accurately,

  • solemnly and sincerely.”

  • But six of them made changes that

  • showed no respect to Hong Kong's Basic Law.”

  • So the Communist Party showed

  • just how sincerely they respect

  • Hong Kong's Basic Law,

  • by disqualifying those lawmakers.

  • That's right,

  • instead of asking them to retake the oath,

  • they kicked out them out,

  • even though they were properly elected.

  • I'm kidding of course.

  • It was the Hong Kong High Court

  • that made that decision.

  • Beijing totally, definitely,

  • had absolutely nothing to do with it.

  • Except for the part where Beijing

  • issued aninterpretationof the Basic Law

  • that said lawmakers should be disqualified

  • for taking oathsin a manner which is

  • not sincere or not solemn,”

  • basically forcing the courts to kick them out.

  • Two legislators were expelled back in November

  • and the other four on July 14.

  • So how did these no-good elected officials

  • take their oaths?

  • Well, Nathan Law added a quote from Gandhi

  • before he gave the oath.

  • You can never imprison my mind?

  • That's very insincere.

  • I mean, he's pretending not to know

  • that Chinese labor camps have had

  • brain-imprisoning technology for years.

  • With the loss of these six seats

  • in the Hong Kong Legislature,

  • it means the pro-democracy lawmakers

  • won't be able to veto the other

  • 40 more-or-less pro-Beijing lawmakers.

  • And lot of Hong Kongers are scared

  • that Beijing will eventually show

  • just how sincerely it respects

  • Hong Kong's Basic Law,

  • by issuing aninterpretationthat the Communist Party

  • should take over Hong Kong entirely.

  • In other news,

  • India and China might be getting ready

  • to have a war.

  • Again.

  • Only unlike the one they fought in 1962,

  • now, both countries have nuclear weapons!

  • Yes, we might have a good old-fashioned

  • war between two nuclear powers.

  • Which has never happened before.

  • Except for the 1999 Kargil War

  • between India and Pakistan.

  • Which was over a border dispute.

  • But not to worry,

  • this latest conflict between India and China is...

  • also over a border dispute.

  • My favorite state-run media the Global Times

  • is saying war is on the table.

  • Indian media have reported the government

  • gave a go-ahead for the emergency purchase

  • of weapons for a “short, intense war.”

  • Not a specific one,

  • but just in general.

  • The issue centers around a border dispute here.

  • The Chinese military has been doing

  • live fire drills in nearby Tibet,

  • which resulted in rumors of Indian casualties.

  • Though both sides deny that.

  • But there are reportedly troops along the border.

  • This is not looking good.

  • Can we get Xi Jinping to maybe watch Dangal again?

  • We'll have more on this as it develops.

  • And over to Southern China,

  • where the region has been suffering

  • from heavy flooding.

  • Dozens have died and the damage is widespread.

  • This really is a terrible tragedy.

  • But, if you'd like to offer any prayers or words of support,

  • just be sure you don't include candle

  • or prayer hand emojis on your Weibo posts.

  • Because the government banned them.

  • That's because people were using those emojis

  • on Weibo when they were talking about

  • the recent death of Chinese human rights lawyer

  • Liu Xiaobo.

  • Just be careful though.

  • Apparently, some people think the prayer emoji

  • is actually a high five.

  • So make sure people don't think

  • you're high fiving their terrible tragedy.

  • Because that would be insincere.

  • Speaking of crazy things the Communist Party

  • has bannedPooh.

  • Winnie the Pooh.

  • If you searched for Winnie the Pooh

  • on Weibo last weekend,

  • you'd get a message saying

  • this content is illegal.

  • Wrapping your head around that

  • might be as difficult as stealing honey

  • from a hive of bees.

  • No official reason was given for the ban.

  • But here's everyone's best guess.

  • It's not just China Uncensored

  • that has noticed a more than passing resemblance

  • between Chinese leader Xi Jinping

  • and everyone's favorite Pooh bear.

  • Chinese neitzens have also noticed.

  • Repeatedly.

  • For years.

  • Though the ban did happen

  • right after we made the comparison.

  • Maybe Xi Jinping watches China Uncensored.

  • He certainly does if you can trust China Uncensored's

  • comment section.

  • Hey, wait a minute...

  • In any case, Xi,

  • if you are indeed watching,

  • you don't need to feel threatened.

  • Just remember,

  • Pooh had a best friend named Christopher.

  • All in all,

  • the incident only spawned 230,000 news articles

  • about Xi Jinpooh.

  • I'm sure no one in China's vast censorship apparatus

  • is going to be fired over this.

  • Anyway, if you've been feeling concerned

  • about the obstruction, don't worry:

  • Pooh has now been unblocked.

  • In other news,

  • according to a new survey by the Hurun Report,

  • half of China's millionaires want to leave China.

  • Remember that the next time

  • you hear about how great everything in China is,

  • since as soon as people get some money in China,

  • their first thought is to get out.

  • Why?

  • Well according to the report,

  • Education and pollution are

  • driving China's rich to emigrate.”

  • But also, 84% of those surveyed

  • are also worried that the government will

  • devalue the yuan.

  • So where do China's rich want to go?

  • Apparently not to the UK.

  • Most want to move to the US.

  • Unlike those US businesses that want to move to China.

  • Speaking of US companies,

  • the Chinese regime has laid out

  • some pretty scary new cyber security laws.

  • You see, they don't like the idea

  • that Chinese user information

  • might be stored outside of China,

  • where they can't get access to it.

  • So they're requiring foreign companies

  • to store their data inside China.

  • That also gives the regime unprecedented access

  • to foreign companies' technology.

  • And Apple has jumped on the bandwagon.

  • Well, it's less of a bandwagon

  • and more of A TERRIBLE IDEA...WAGON!

  • But the Chinese regime has put a lot of pressure

  • on Apple over the years.

  • Banning iTunes Movies and iBooks for instance.

  • It's not just Apple either.

  • The Chinese regime has also targeted Microsoft.

  • Now you'd think companies like Apple and Microsoft

  • would get the hint.

  • But instead, they're doubling down

  • on their China operations.

  • Apple jumps to comply with Chinese censors.

  • And now Microsoft is working with

  • the Chinese knockoff of Google, Baidu,

  • to make driverless cars.

  • Actually, driverless cars in China could actually be

  • a big step to improve safety conditions

  • on the roads.

  • Especially since it only took a little tap

  • for this truck to turn all Last Action Hero.

  • Don't worry, it was carrying paper.

  • No one was killed.

  • Thank goodness.

  • And don't go anywhere,

  • we'll be right back with a story

  • about a Chinese spy ship

  • that came a little too close for comfort

  • to US shores.

  • Oh, Pooh! Are you watching on YouTube?

  • Did you know you can see the full half-hour episode

  • if you go to our website, ChinaUncensored.tv?

  • The most wonderful thing about Tigger

  • is that Tigger keeps himself educated about current events with China Uncensored.

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