China’s CCP shores up support in Africa as it braces for Biden

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is expected to wrap up his tour of five African countries on Saturday. © Reuters

BEIJING — Every year since 1991, China’s foreign minister has chosen Africa for the first overseas trip of the year, symbolizing the importance Beijing places on its partnerships there.

Despite cutting back on international travel recently due to the coronavirus pandemic, Foreign Minister Wang Yi is carrying on the tradition, embarking on a five-nation African tour that takes him to Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Botswana, Tanzania and the Seychelles through Saturday.

It comes just ahead of incoming U.S. President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration and underscores Beijing’s intent to bolster traditionally friendly ties with its African partners.

Evidence China’s CCP Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election

The Biden gang’s relationship with the CCP included colluding with the CCP on a strategy to beat President Trump in the 2020 election.

Hunter Biden dropped off his laptop at a PC repairman more than a year ago for repairs.  Hunter’s laptop eventually became the property of the PC repairman due to Hunter’s inability to return and pick up his computer.  Per the agreement signed by Hunter and the repairman, if Hunter didn’t pick up his laptop, the laptop became the property of the PC repairman.  Hunter never picked up his laptop.

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China’s CCP and Walmart Teamed Up to Crush the American Dream

Senator Josh Hawley engaged in a brief spat with the globalist megacompany Walmart last Wednesday. Hawley announced on Twitter that he would contest the results of the Electoral College on the Senate floor. In a response to Hawley’s tweet announcing his decision, Walmart sent an unprovoked tweet calling Hawley a “sore loser.” Senator Hawley immediately fired back at the megacorporation.

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China is hiding ‘world’s fastest-growing nuclear arsenal’ ~ Pompeo

On Monday, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on China to stop hiding what he called “the world’s fastest-growing nuclear arsenal.”

In an op-ed written for Newsweek called “China’s Nuclear Madness,” shared by the U.S. State Department, Pompeo said China is refusing to disclose how many nuclear weapons it has and how many it plans to develop.

Pompeo explained that during the Cold War, the U.S. and Soviet Union both understood their national security was based on understanding each other’s nuclear capabilities and, “We established a framework to handle potentially deadly misunderstandings.”

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China CCP Announces New UK COVID-19 Variant Cases, While Superspreaders Appear in Multiple Cities

A health worker takes a swab sample from a resident for a COVID-19 test in Shenyang, China, on Jan. 2, 2021. (STR/AFP via Getty Images)
A health worker takes a swab sample from a resident for a COVID-19 test in Shenyang, China, on Jan. 2, 2021. (STR/AFP via Getty Images)

CCP virus outbreaks in areas of northern China continued to worsen over the weekend as authorities announced that they had detected patients infected with the new virus variant that first emerged in the United Kingdom.

The metropolis of Shanghai and southern Guangdong Province each reported a patient who tested positive for B.1.1.7, the new UK-derived virus strain. Both were students in the UK who returned to China in December last year. After genome sequencing, it was confirmed that they had the new strain, which is more contagious.

Meanwhile, Shenyang and Dalian authorities provided details about local superspreaders who had spread the virus to dozens of others.

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China’s CCP crisis management state; The strengths and limits

Yanzhong Huang is senior fellow for global health at the Council on Foreign Relations and professor at Seton Hall University’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations. He is author of “Toxic Politics: China’s Environmental Health Crisis and its Challenge to the Chinese State.”

China’s leaders have reason to be proud of the way they tackled the COVID pandemic in 2020.

Once they recognized the seriousness of the crisis, they undertook a torrent of actions that involved rapid mobilization of the resources and capabilities at their disposal. Within 10 weeks, the state managed to rein in the virus’ spread. By early April, when most parts of the world were still reeling from the pandemic, China was on track to economic and social recovery.

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#CCP Block Foreign Media’s Probe Into Origin of CCP Virus Prior to WHO’s Visit

The BBC and the Associated Press (AP) recently reported that Chinese authorities prevented their journalists from visiting mineshafts and bat caves in China’s Yunnan Province, where a team of Chinese scientists conducted research on the source of the CCP virus, which sparked the COVID-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, the World Health Organization will send a team of scientists to China this month to investigate the origin of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, known by the scientific name SARS-CoV-2. But the international community has questioned WHO’s role in enabling the Chinese regime to conceal the spread of the virus in the early stages of the outbreak.

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How CCP Wields Chinese Student Groups to Suppress Free Speech on US Campuses

Students at the University of Washington are on campus for the last day of in-person classes, in Seattle on March 6, 2020. (Karen Ducey/Getty Images)
Students at the University of Washington are on campus for the last day of in-person classes, in Seattle on March 6, 2020. (Karen Ducey/Getty Images)

The Chinese regime’s covert activities at U.S. universities have attracted increasing attention and concern as part of the Trump administration’s campaign to halt Beijing’s subversion of the United States.

In the past year, the United States has focused on Beijing’s efforts to steal American research by prosecuting academics who hide links to China, barring entry to graduate students affiliated with the Chinese military, and targeting undercover Chinese military scientists working at U.S. universities.

Meanwhile, the Chinese consulate in Houston was shuttered in July as the Trump administration asserted that the diplomatic post was a base for efforts to recruit local scientists to join Chinese talent plans. These programs have been criticized by U.S. officials for incentivizing participants to transfer U.S. technology and know-how to China.

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#China’s #CCP’s Genocide of the Uyghurs; Stolen and Silenced…

Over the past few years, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has incarcerated more than a million ethnic Uyghurs from Xinjiang Province (formerly East Turkistan) in “re-education camps” and forced labor factories. Some report more than 3 million are held in these camps.

Uyghur women are being forcibly aborted and sterilized and Han Chinese men are forcibly living in Uyghur homes. Xinjiang Province has become a surveillance state.