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China Trolls President Trump over the killing of George Floyd

China Trolls President Trump over the killing of George Floyd protests after the U.S. criticized Beijing for tightening its grip on Hong Kong.

China in Focus - Hong Kong Protesters wave US Flag and hold banners  "President Trump, Please Liberate Hong Kong"
China in Focus – Hong Kong Protesters wave US Flag and hold banners “President Trump, Please Liberate Hong Kong”

Chinese Media started propaganda that Washington should deal with its own problems at home instead of interfering in other countries’ affairs.

Chinese Communist Party newspaper People’s Daily highlighted that Washington announced those sanctions just as protests were escalating stateside, after the killing of an unarmed black man, George Floyd, by Minneapolis police. The paper questioned why the U.S. was “complaining about others” and “attacking” them instead of focusing on its own problems.

The current violence spreading across the U.S. “shows how deeply the US society is divided,” the article added. “US politicians should do their jobs and help solve problems in the US, instead of trying to create new problems and troubles in other countries.”

US Lawmakers to Introduce a Bill Banning Investment in Firms Tied to China’s Military

A group of Republican lawmakers plans to unveil legislation this week to keep Americans from investing in foreign defense companies with ties to China’s military.

Representatives Mike Gallagher, Jim Banks, and Doug LaMalfa plan to introduce the bill, which would require Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to submit a report to Congress listing foreign defense companies that have “substantial contracts with, ties to, or support from” the Chinese military.

Six months after the report is issued, American companies and citizens would be required to divest from those firms and would be banned from making new investments in them.

“On one hand, Congress is asking taxpayers to help grow our military so we can compete with China. On the other hand, large U.S. investment funds are dumping U.S. dollars into China’s military industrial base,” Banks said in a statement. “We need to end our cognitive dissonance and stop funding the rise of our chief global adversary.”

The Senate passed legislation earlier this month that could prevent some Chinese companies from listing their shares on U.S. exchanges unless they follow standards for U.S. audits and regulations.

Signature Campaign by Pro-China Film Celebrities including Jackie Chan, Alan Tam, Wong Cho Lam, and Raymond Wong.

The ruling Chinese Communist Party stepped up its international propaganda drive with a celebrity signature campaign in support of draconian sedition laws for Hong Kong. Pro-Beijing groups in Hong Kong said they had collected three million signatures amid a city-wide campaign in support of the national security law.

Some 2,400 singers, actors, and other members of Hong Kong’s entertainment industry, which relies heavily on the mainland Chinese market, have also come out in support of the law.

Employees in different Companies are being pressured by their employers to sign a petition supporting the law. Employees face pressure to support pro-Beijing candidates in local elections and echo the Chinese government’s official line. Those who speak out can be punished or even forced out.

Candlelight vigil to remember the Tiananmen massacre by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) banned in Hong Kong.

Police banned an annual candlelight vigil to remember the Tiananmen massacre that has taken place in Hong Kong ever since 1990.

China in Focus -  Candlelight vigil to remember the Tiananmen massacre by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) banned in Hong Kong.
China in Focus – Candlelight vigil to remember the Tiananmen massacre by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) banned in Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, which organizes the vigil, has called on people to light candles wherever they happen to be, instead.

You Weijie, spokeswoman for the Tiananmen Mothers victims’ group, said she knows the victims will be remembered in Hong Kong, come what may.

“I know that Hong Kong people always support us. As for this June 4, I know the people of Hong Kong will make their own arrangement to commemorate,” she said in comments.

Hong Kong Protesters erect barricades with Bricks at the protest sites

Bricks were laid at the protests sites in Hong Kong. People had different opinions about who would have dropped the bricks at the protest sites.

Some people cautioned the protesters to not to pick the bricks as Chinese Police can shoot them for throwing bricks and stone pelting.

However Hong Kong Protesters did something creative with the bricks. They erected barricades with the bricks so that Hong Kong police would have to take time before reaching the protesters.

China in Focus - Hong Kong Protesters erect barricades with Bricks at the protest sites
China in Focus – Hong Kong Protesters erect barricades with Bricks at the protest sites
China in Focus - Hong Kong Protesters erect barricades with Bricks at the protest sites
China in Focus – Hong Kong Protesters erect barricades with Bricks at the protest sites
Hong Kong Protesters erect barricades with Bricks at the protest sites
Hong Kong Protesters erect barricades with Bricks at the protest sites

Chinese State TV CGTN may be fined.

The Chinese state broadcaster CGTN, which has made a large international push in the last decade, is facing sanctions and fines from U.K. authorities over its failure to present a balanced picture of Hong Kong on its British network. The U.K.’s broadcasting standards call for particular balance on television news, even for channels like CGTN with a small audience.

However some people say it is ironical that BBC that is the U.K.’s national broadcaster, continuously runs Pakistan’s Propaganda and presents a biased picture against India, however despite repeated complaints, BBC is never fined. Hence UK’s threat to Chinese broadcaster is an empty threat. When BBC can do biased reporting against UK’s friend and UK cannot do anything, nothing can be done against the Chinese CGTN.

China Threatens India of Economical Repercussions if it supports US in Cold War Against China

Chinese Communist Propaganda Mouth piece Gloabaltimes.cn further said, “If in a new Cold War, India leans toward the US or becomes a US pawn attacking China, the economic and trade ties between the two Asian neighbors will suffer a devastating blow. And it would be too much for the Indian economy to take such a hit at the current stage.”

Further justifying its threat, Communist propaganda pointed to Indian Government attempt to fight the Chinese Virus and gave a warning that their Chinese Virus is till not gone and the lockdown haven’t flattened its curve of Chinese Virus Infections and is still there. It further said, Ultimately, the crippling Indian economy cannot afford any more shocks.
Indian lawyer come Politician Minakshi Lekhi tweeted, “Back to a huff and a puff. India is a market 4 your cheap products both figuratively & literally, so please don’t talk about economic costs. India is no body’s pawn it knows exactly how to protect its interests but China would do well in advising & not siding with its stooge Pak”

China funding Riots in the US?

As per sources China is behind the large scale riots all over the US and the funding is done by the Chinese Embassy. Crypto Currency and online Drug money is being used to pay the protesters. We will cover this in details in our future article. China want to muzzle the voice of Hong Kong Freedom fighters and any country that supports Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tibet Independence, will have to face similar leftist/Islamic Radical Violence in their respective countries with proper funding, courtesy Chinese CCP Government. Stay Tuned!!

Points to Ponder

Before threatening other countries of consequences, China should consider how will it give employment to its vast majority of Population that is engaged in Export oriented Manufacturing Units. With the dwindling Exports as many countries are banning Imports from China, Nationalist voices are running propaganda of #BoycottMadeInChina #BoycottChineseProducts, how long Communist China can curb the poor Chinese public who are forced to live for US$140, or $4.6 a day.

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