Abundant evidence attests to widespread infiltration by China’s Communist Party (CCP) into the Canadian parliament and Canadian institutions, including Privy Council Office documents that are now a matter of public record.
After Canada was bought and paid for, President Xi is understandably piqued at Trudeau’s performance
Canada is said to be more exposed than other Western democracies to China’s interference, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau either deflects or stonewalls on concrete actions. Why?
Is insisting on “Zero Covid,” an early rehearsal for total social control?
This essay by anonymous author Fang Zhou, believed to be either a CCP insider or the joint effort of senior officials, offers a “damning round-up” of China’s “Chairman of Everything,” Xi Jinping, […]
There is good reason for nervousness. Gordon G. Chang, lawyer and author of “The Coming Collapse of China” maps out the various internal problems that thwart China’s Xi Jinping: namely, domestic enemies.
In the wake of Zhang Qing’s death, US-based Christian NGO ChinaAid republishes the “2022 New Year’s Declaration on China’s Human Rights Crisis”. This declaration is public and open to sign. Make no […]
In truth, all that is keeping Meng Wanzhou from returning to China is rule by the Chinese Communist Party. Meng is a de facto captive of her own country more than of […]
The CCP has been this brazen for years, but there’s a tendency among Westerners to negate the ideology that’s at the heart of the regime.
Climate change is a national security threat – but not in the way the national security elite assumes.
Ensuring public stability has become even more of a priority for President Xi Jinping in the sensitive lead-up time to the CPC Central Committee’s 19th Party Congress scheduled for later this year. Law enforcement and local officials must guard against potential threats as never before, including the threat of disaster. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake in southwest China’s Sichuan province earlier this month saw “earthquake rumours” added to the growing list of bans in recent weeks.
New academic research and analysis shows President Xi Jinping’s high-profile anti-corruption drive has fallen short of its goal. Citizens blame local graft on the central government rather than regional authorities. The Financial Times reports.
China moves into “Minority Report” territory with its latest surveillance project aimed at identifying citizen threats before they strike.
China expands its corruption crackdown beyond public sector “tigers” and “flies” to include private sector executives and even university officials.
President Xi Jinping’s pledge to prioritize environmental protection and halt new development projects on the Yangtze is a promising turnaround for China’s beleaguered river pulse but don’t hold your breath.