Uncle Roger, aka Nigel Ng, censored YouTube celebrity foodie Mike Chen because of "incorrect" remarks about China. Things like mentioning the Tiananmen Square Massacre, Hong Kong protesters' fight for freedom, and practicing Falun Gong, or Falun Dafa, the persecuted spiritual practice targeted by former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin. On this China Unscripted, a chilling example of how Chinese Communist Party propaganda and censorship reaches even into the United States.
Laowhy86 and Serpentza (Cmilk and Winston) from ADV China join China Unscripted for a 100th episode celebration! We talk about their efforts to give the world some notice for the first coronavirus update, the situation in Hong Kong as the national security law strikes at Hong Kong protests, how the Chinese Communist Party controls the narrative and influences America, and why YouTube may be coopted by the CCP. Plus more great stories from Laowhy86 and Serpentza about living in China, life as an expat, and struggles with the wumao.
A new China EU trade deal has shocked the world, as the US and human rights defenders criticize the deal pushed forward by German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Even as China violates WTO trade rules, subjugates Hong Kong, and holds concentration camps in Xinjiang for Uyghur Muslims, the EU China deal has no way to hold China or the Chinese Communist Party accountable for human rights violations. Europe's financial deep state loves the deal and the CCP loves the boon to the China economy. But don't worry, we keep it light on this China Unscripted.
China is playing the long game to influence and infiltrate Canada and Canadian society. From hostage diplomacy—the kidnapping of two Canadian citiznes Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor in retaliation for the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, to the China military training with the Canadian military, to more subtle economic subversion by the China economy. And the Trudeau family, including current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, has a big role to play. On this China Unscripted China podcast, Cleo Paskal from Chatham House and Foundation for Defense of Democracies joins us!
Why is South Korea's president Moon Jae In trying to appease North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un? And was South Korea's April legislative election rigged by China and Huawei? As growing anti-American sentiment and pro Communist ideology spreads in South Korea, US China relations may be thrown into disarray. And there are disturbing signs that what happened in South Korea and China could be happening in the United States today. Joining us on this full episode of the China Unscripted china podcast is Yeonmi Park, North Korean defector and author.
Southern Mongolia, or Inner Mongolia as the Chinese Communist Party calls it, erupted in some of the biggest protests in China since the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacred, because of a campaign of cultural genocide that would have banned the Mongolian language from schools in Southern Mongolia. But these are the descendants of Genghis Khan. Civil unrest was a given and a new wave Mongol resistance enters into Chinese history despite martial law. They weren't going to give up without a fight. The situation for Mongols is very similar as the Uyghurs in Xinjiang. Joining us on today's China Unscripted is Enghebatu Togochog Director of the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center!
China is waging a political war against the United States. This is a US China Cold War that the US has been unwilling or unable to fight. As we can see with Chinese influence operations targeting Hunter Biden, or Chinese agents like Fang Fang getting close to Rep. Eric Swalwell, or lobbying from Wall Street, the Chinese Communist Party is very successful and elite capture and influencing Americans in this modern warfare. Is there any way for the US to fight back? And what would a Biden Administration's China policy look like? Joining us on this episode of China Unscripted is Professor Kerry Gershaneck, from National Chengchi University in Taipei.
China has launched a global war on religion and belief. That's obvious from the Chinese Communist Party's persecution of Uyghurs, Falun Gong practitioners, and House Christians. And the coronavirus has been one more excuse for China to crackdown on religion. But Communism strikes at the very core of American first amendment values of freedom or belief and freedom of speech. Worldwide, there is a growing rift between traditional values and modern materialistic Marxism. And this war is even being fought in the United States. What will this mean for US China relations? Joining us today on China Unscripted is Marco Respinti, Director in Charge of Bitter Winter, an online magazine documenting religious persecution and human rights in China
With the US election results between Donald Trump and Joe Biden still up in the air, some people have begun to talk about the great reset to US China relations. Many investors, Wall Street and even people like Henry Kissinger want to see US China relations go back to the way before Trump China change. And that carries a lot of dangers. But what would Biden China relations look like?
Was there voter fraud or election fraud in the South Korean election? And did China and Huawei play a role? It may sound hard to believe, but there is growing evidence that the April 2020 election was rigged. And President Moon Jae In is silencing critics. It turns out election news isn't all about the US election 2020 and Trump vs Joe Biden. Joining us today is Grant Newsham. Newsham is a retired U.S. Marine Colonel. He’s now a Research Fellow at the Center for Security Policy
#91 How the Chinese Government Targeted Hunter Biden
China systematically targeted Hunter Biden with business deals involving the Chinese state, intelligence, and even China's military, the People's Liberation Army. This is not the Hunter Biden laptop story from the NY Post! This is from a report based on publicly available documents that media have refused to cover. How much did Joe Biden know about Hunter Biden's China deals? Economist and China expert Christopher Balding joins us on China Unscripted to discuss the report and its possible effects on US China relations and the US election 2020.
As the China becomes increasingly aggressive against Taiwan, will the United States be inevitably drawn into a War with China over Taipei? Joining me once again is Ian Easton, senior director at the Project 2049 Institute.