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China vs The West: Does Trade War Spell End To Made-In-China Goods? | When Titans Clash 3 - Part 1/2

 

 

 

 

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4K-Rare 2019 National Day military parade female militia formation training

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Gao Puyu, a female pilot of a heavy fighter-bomber, rewrote the history of the Chinese Air Force

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Uyghur female soldiers visited 26 countries, and foreigners praised China, I am proud to be Chinese

 Uyghur female soldiers visited 26 countries with warships, sailing more than 250,000 nautical miles, and the track can circle the equator 12 times!

Guli Nigel Eskar, Uyghur, girl from Aksu, Xinjiang, female soldier of the Chinese Navy, helmsman of the comprehensive supply ship Chaohu. He has participated in major missions such as Malaysia Airlines' search and rescue, long-distance voyage visits and escort missions. He has visited 26 countries, 5 times accompanied the ship to the Gulf of Aden, and sailed more than 250,000 nautical miles on the warship, which is equivalent to circling the equator 12 times!

In December 2012, Gu Li stood out from more than 8,000 competitors and became a female naval battleship soldier. The elimination rate of the batch was as high as 96%. In July 2022, in a common subject competition held by the whole ship, Gu Li won the first place in the preliminaries, and she won the second place in the final, which means that Gu Li defeated 99% of the male soldiers.

Gu Li is currently with the 41st naval escort taskforce, driving the Chaohu ship to carry out escort missions in the Gulf of Aden.

 

Brutal but must! Rare Documentary/Training of Chinese Frontier Female Recruits

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Brutal but must! Rare Documentary/Training of Chinese Frontier Female Recruits The women's army composed of 7 ethnic groups, the Chinese female soldiers stationed in the Pamirs

 

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【超級夜總會】蕭煌奇登台羅時豐卻挑戰模仿他!模仿豬哥亮太爛!謝金燕衝上台逼逼逼?! #9 120107

 

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China’s Navy Develops Worlds Largest Nuclear Super Ship

China, the world's second most powerful navy, has unveiled plans for the largest nuclear-powered supership, described as a floating city. In this episode, we delve into the revolutionary design of this supercarrier, set to challenge naval doctrines established over a century. Rear Admiral Ma Weiming, a renowned naval expert, presents a groundbreaking blueprint that promises to overturn traditional combat formations. The supership's state-of-the-art naval combat system features advanced electromagnetic weaponry, including railguns and lasers, offering pinpoint accuracy and unmatched firepower. What's more, this vessel boasts a nuclear-powered electrical system, ensuring sustained energy and extended operational capabilities without refueling. Join us to understand the potential impact of this technological marvel on global naval dynamics. Discover how this supership could reshape naval engagements and extend mission capabilities, redefining the future of maritime warfare. Stay informed on the latest advancements in naval power

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 Dems Back China's AI Organ Harvesting Death Camps

Dems Back China's AI Organ Harvesting Death Camps

 Mitchell Gerber of http://www.stoporganharvesting.org/ joins The Alex Jones Show to expose the organ harvesting death camps in China with the support of top American leftists.

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COMMUNIST CHINA HUMAN ORGAN TRAFFICKING: https://ugetube.com/watch/taYA7LQ8UH17VDm

 

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Scott Ritter: Kissinger's China Visit DESTROYS Fake U.S. Diplomacy

 

We must acknowledge US President Richard M. Nixon as the principal visionary and main driving force behind the US rapprochement with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1972. Although he had a reputation as an arch anti-Communist, Nixon saw that peace and stability in the world could not be achieved without the active participation of the PRC and its then 800M people. He clearly articulated this point in his 1967 Foreign Affairs article “Asia after Vietnam” which was published before he became the US President.

We must acknowledge US President Richard M. Nixon as the principal visionary and main driving force behind the US rapprochement with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1972. Although he had a reputation as an arch anti-Communist, Nixon saw that peace and stability in the world could not be achieved without the active participation of the PRC and its then 800M people. He clearly articulated this point in his 1967 Foreign Affairs article “Asia after Vietnam” which was published before he became the US President. In 1969 when Nixon took office, official US policy was to isolate, contain and ignore “Red China” (as the PRC was then called in the US). This was the consensus view of the US Foreign Policy Establishment and the US Political Establishment, including that of the Republican Party. Although the logic of normalizing relations with the PRC was eminently obvious—after all the Communists did win the Chinese Civil War—the US political Establishment was dead set against it. Even senior diplomat George F. Kennan (who later warned that expanding NATO would result in war with Russia) counseled Nixon NOT to re-open relations with the PRC. Conservative politicians, including Sen.
 
Barry Goldwater and California Governor Ronald Reagan and influential commentators such as William F. Buckley strongly opposed opening relations with “Red China.” When Nixon first told Kissinger in January 1969 that he wanted to open relations with the PRC, Kissinger initially said that Nixon was crazy. However, it didn’t take too much convincing for Kissinger to see the obvious logic and advantages of normalizing relations with the PRC. Nixon had to do a tremendous amount of political work to mollify the Conservatives, and convince the Political Establishment as well as the American people that re-establishing relations with the PRC was the right thing to do. His 1972 visit to China was carefully choreographed as a media campaign to make the case to the American people for normalizing relations with the PRC. At the time, this was extremely politically risky and could have easily backfired. There were many people in the US State Department who wanted to derail Nixon’s efforts, including Marshall Green, US Deputy Secretary of State. But Nixon and his team pulled it off. None of this is to diminish or belittle the contribution of Mr. Kissinger, whose efforts and expertise were critical in re-establishing relations with China. A lesser diplomat could not have done it. But Mr. Kissinger’s job in negotiating with Zhou Enlai and Mao Zedong was the relatively easy part. The difficult part was convincing a large number of important and influential people in the US Political Establishment to change their minds about “Red China.” Richard Nixon did the political heavy lifting required to make that happen.

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Chinese Entry Into Ukraine War Confirmed? Sensational Reveal In New Report | 'Beijing Arming Russia'

 

It's true most Chinese like and respect Henry Kissinger because he was responsible for opening the relationship between China and the US and the world.

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China calls for Japan, South Korea to unite and move away from Western ideals

 China's Foreign Affairs Commission Director Wang Yi has called on his Japanese and South Korean counterparts to unite in revitalizing the Asian continent and move away from their Western ideals. Wang Yi also accused 'certain major powers outside the region' of exaggerating ideological differences in order to sow confrontation.

It is about Time South East Asia stood United Europe used You for the Drug and Sex Slave Business for almost 200 yrs. now. Vietnam should be the Center of this Union of Independent States because of Their Extreme Experience with the USA and how They Successfully Defeated the USA in Battle. Ho Chi Minh would be so Proud of You if You Succeed at doing this Endeavor and Finish off the USA Slave Trade in Asia.

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Which Country Has the Most Submarines in 2023? Submarine Fleet Strength by Country

 

 

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Airbus Announces Plans to Build New Jet Factory in China Amid Apple's Retreat

 

China- How Does China's Government Work?

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How Does China's Government Work?

China's government is really interesting. Their government, like the US government, is broken down into levels: National > Provincial > District > City/Town/Village. At the lowest level, officials are elected democratically to govern and represent the village or city. They then get "promoted' up the levels based on their performance at the lower levels till they get appointed to the national level of government by the chairman. It's nice because everyone enters the government through democratic election, but no one can jump straight to the national level without first showing competence at the lower levels, so everyone running the country at the national level all understand from experience how the government operates at every level and, as a result, they are good at delegating power out to the lower levels. For a country of over 1.2 billion people, it's definitely an efficient form of government.
An important thing to add is that the president of China isn't always the man in charge. The real power in communist China resides in the standing committee of the politburo (or the leadership of the communist party). All other parts of the Chinese government are merely there to approve off what the politburo decides, to create legitimacy. The president only has power if he is a member of the politburo, like Mao Zedong and Xi Jinping, without power in the politburo they are extremely weak. To become a member of the politburo someone must become a member of the communist party and rise through the ranks using guanxi (good personal relations with higher leadership).
Oh this video is dead wrong. China is just an authoritarian version of global centrist trend, including Democratic and Republican establishment and essentially most traditional political parties. China is nothing like North Korea, because the Chinese government is strictly capitalist, while the North Korean bureaucrats are not allowed to push for pro-market reforms(which benefit themselves primarily) because that threatens Kim's power. So Chinese government is in collusion with global capitalists and capitalist nations like the US, while North Korea is doing everything to prevent global capitalism from toppling it... this video tbh looks like its made by some 10 year old kid.
Not communist. China is closer to NATIONAL SOCLIALISM than Germany was.
Wrong: China IS NOT a "single political party" state. No, it isn't. There are nine political parties in China. You can vote for all of them there. Look for this in Wikipedia. United Front (People's Republic of China)
 
I go here so easy . If I want ,I can get through the wall of china. When I go out ,I see so many harm to china . Now I know the wall of Internet is right.
Chinese govt works like a huge company...and their leaders are selected/promoted based on their performance.
You should do a video on what's wrong with the education system of the western world (mainly U.S.A. and Europe) why students have to work so hard for information that's barely usefull.
I think most western people know little about China. In China, the most important thing is to develop economy. A stable social environment is the basis of economic growth. The single party is the most effective way to realize rapid economic growth and social stability. In such a complex world, the concept of democracy is a little bit outmoded. A better concept would be good govermancy. In western coutries, people used to think all the things different from their model are wrong. It seems that the western countries should change their minds.
Censorship of media is a good thing, because media always shows you the bad things, and creates disturbance and unrest in society. And for your kind information I am from India and I don't like the Indian system.

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That's right, china government works like a huge company, the leaders selected/promoted have very professional experience in different field, that’s why china becomes powerful quickly in a short time, but in US democracy system, US people may elect stupid leaders only depend on what they said.

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Chinese government is run by engineers, while US is run by lawyers. Chinese leaders are handpicked based on their previous performance (GDP mostly) while US leaders are elected based on their speech ability. Which one will produce better results in the long run? I think it's quite obvious.
China has a long history. Many dynasties in ancient China collapsed because of Party struggle. A party must represent the interests of some people. Dynasty needs are the interests of the whole society. In fact, western political parties legalized party and government and consumed social forces. China often said that governing the world is to safeguard the interests of all people, the Communist Party. Actually speaking, the Party Constitution represents the vanguard of the working class, the most advanced productive forces and the interests of the vast majority of the Chinese people. That is to say, in governing the world, China today is actually a combination of Marx and Chinese culture. The advantage of China's system is that it can reform itself. If China can gradually solve the problem of political struggle at the top level, it will be a long time. Ancient Chinese dynasties generally exceed 300 years, the history of the founding of the United States is only 200 years, China's 5000 years, and China's wisdom has a long history.
 
I am an indian. And democracy sucks here. To take any decision , it takes 50 years here. You can take decision only when there is a majority party. Decision making process is always hindered by opposition for the sake of appeasement of their vote banks. Communist china has lifted 300 millions people out of poverty. India has pushed 100 millions into poverty. Only idiots become leaders in democracy. An average person has idea about country economy, foreign policy, etc. They votes on the basis of emotions and appeasement. Plato has said more about this.
 
 

China- EXPOSING the truth in China

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She's EXPOSING the truth in China, and they're furious | Redacted Conversation w Vanessa Beeley

 Vanessa Beeley is an independent journalist who is exposing the shocking propaganda around the Uigher oppression in China. You might be stunned to learn the truth you've never heard before. Clayton Morris sits down with Vanessa to talk about the government campaign to turn China into enemy number one. #uighers

Support Vanessa's great journalism right here on her Telegram channel: https://t.me/VanessaBeeley

 

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Meanwhile in China: The forced removal of former CCP Chairman Hu Jintao

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Happy Chinese National Day!

 

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The western world transferred power and prosperity to China.

China: Power and Prosperity -- Watch the full documentary

As China has risen in prosperity, influence and military strength, what are the social, economic and political forces at play? Come along with PBS NewsHour as we travel around the globe to explore the emerging superpower and its relationship with the United States.

"China: Power and Prosperity" covers the country’s powerful leader, his signature foreign policy, U.S.-China trade and technology wars, how Chinese technology helps stifle dissent, and more. A collaboration with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, PBS NewsHour conducted more than 70 on-camera interviews in eight Chinese cities and across eight countries.

 

Globalist helped Communism in China.

“October 1 1949, Mao Tse Tsung declared the founding of the People’s Republic of China in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. He was funded by Rothschild created Communism in Russia and also the following Rothschild agents: Solomon Adler, a former United States Treasury official who was a Soviet Spy; Israel Epstein, the son of a Jewish Bolshevik imprisoned by the Tsar in Russia for trying to ferment a revolution there; and Frank Coe, a leading official of the Rothschild owned IMF. Jews were behind the rise to power of Mao Tse Tung, the communist dictator of China, who tortured and murdered tens of millions of Chinese (mostly Christians) during his brutal reign. Sidney Shapiro, an American Jew, was in charge of China’s propaganda organ. Another Jew, Israel Epstein, was Mao’s Minister of Appropriations (Finance).”

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