billionaires’ dangerous involvement with CCP regime; 90 y/o justice-seeker detained + more news…

A 90-year-old in China is detained by police. She’s been fighting for her rights for more than a decade, after her home was torn down by authorities.

Some of China’s richest are now behind bars. That’s after they were recruited by the Chinese Communist Party, and got a little too involved in its internal power struggle.

Is Xi Jinping the cause for the Chinese regime’s aggression? The daughter of Mao Zedong’s secretary says the CCP has long sought global domination.

Beijing is pushing its digital currency to compete on the world stage. It’s going up against the world’s biggest cryptocurrency.

And the U.S. Commerce Secretary is found to own a stake in a Chinese tech giant. The corporation owns messaging App WeChat, which is now under review by the Commerce department.



China: Man released after 27 yrs wrongfully imprisoned; Bribery record: $200 million + more….

  • Shanghai’s famous TV Tower, which was accidentally given the same name as the city of Hong Kong, was struck with powerful lightning. That’s after Hong Kong police arrested even more pro-democracy activists. Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai and others have been released on bail. The share price of Lai’s Apple Daily skyrocketed shortly after, standing as a show of support.
  • A Chinese official was discovered to have falsified his resume, with somewhat comical results. Based on the fake document, he joined the Chinese Army before he was even one year old.
  • A Chinese state-run TV station is facing consequences, following its broadcast of a British citizen’s forced confession. He made the coerced statement after being drugged, handcuffed and locked in a cage inside a Chinese prison.
  • WeChat users in the U.S. appear divided over Trump’s ban of the Chinese social media app. Both supporters and opposers set up petitions on the White House petition website.


Did China’s Dongfeng military vehicle compromise PLA?

Indian soldiers were seen hitting the windows, smashing a Chinese Dongfeng – a military vehicle which is the mainstay of the Chinese forces.

The video had gone viral when tensions between India and China were high at the border. In fact, the Indian army had confirmed in May that the video has no link with the India-China border standoff.

Netizens in China have been claiming that the Humvees used by the Chinese military are “hollow”. There is speculation that the Chinese Dongfeng failed to protect the lives of Chinese soldiers in Galwan. Beijing still hasn’t disclosed the number of its soldiers killed in Ladakh during the clash on June 15.

Reports in China say that the country’s top manufacturer of military vehicles may have cheated the government. It is a very serious allegation for any country, especially for China.

The report was published on the website of the Chinese military. It says that a Netizen in China, a man named Zhou had to apologise. Apologise for what? Spreading rumours, said the website.

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