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    Less than a week after the mainstream media arbitrarily declared the Democratic candidate the winner of the U.S. presidential race, Communist China has congratulated Joe Biden on his electoral 'victory.' Recognizing Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris as the "choice of the American people," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin on Friday congratulated "Mr. Biden and Ms. Harris."

    With mainstream news outlets tripping over themselves to declare Democratic candidate Joe Biden the winner of the U.S. presidential election, rogue states, terrorists, and hostile foreign powers are breathing a sigh of relief. Ignoring President Donald Trump's legal challenge in several battleground states, they cheered the media-orchestrated coronation of the Biden-Harris ticket.  

    The 2016 election marked a substantial shift in America’s attitude on China. President Trump zeroed in on the “People’s” Republic as the principal economic threat to the United States, blasting his opponents along the way. His victory clued us into just how potent a hawkish approach to China could be: sweeping the rust belt and forging a historic electoral realignment. 

    China is forcing Tibet's native population into military-style labor camps, a new report shows. Over half a million ethnic Tibetans were "trained" as part of Beijing's forced labor program between January and July 2020 -- almost 15 percent of the region's population, the report released on Tuesday by the D.C.-based Jamestown Foundation revealed.

    TikTok's parent company, ByteDance, is planning to mount a legal and public relations offensive against U.S. President Donald Trump's ban on China-owned social media app. "ByteDance, the Chinese owner of short video hit TikTok, is preparing to escalate its legal and public relations battle against US President Donald Trump’s executive order to ban the app in the United States" Hong Kong based South China Morning Post revealed Monday.

    Japan is offering financial incentives to its companies willing to divest from China. Tokyo has "offered a group of 87 companies subsidies totaling US$653 million to expand production at home and in Southeast Asia," Hong Kong newspaper the South China Morning Post reported on Wednesday. China is getting increasingly worried "as Japan bankrolls exodus of firms," the daily added. 

    President Donald Trump has withdrawn the United Stated from the United Nations-led World Health Organisation (WHO). The notification terminating U.S. involvement in the UN agency went out on Monday. The Trump administration had halted funding for the UN health body in April on the grounds of "severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the coronavirus."

    China has threatened the United Kingdom with "consequences" if it were to ban the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei from the 5G roll-out, the next generation of wireless networks. Beijing's ambassador to the UK, Liu Xiaoming, warned Prime Boris Johnson that “you cannot have a golden era if you treat China as an enemy." Britain will "bear the consequences" for proposed blacklisting of the Chinese company from its critical telecommunications network, the Chinese envoy declared.

    While the United Nations and the European governments are falling over each other to condemn Israel over its proposed plan to apply sovereignty to Judea and Samaria, a region that constitutes the historic Jewish heartland, Communist China is cracking down on Hong Kong residents, empowered by a new draconian security law which came into effect on Tuesday midnight.

    President Donald Trump's administration plans to ban Chinese airlines from flying into the United States starting later this month, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced. The decision comes after Beijing refused to allow U.S. air carriers to resume services to mainland China. The U.S. restrictions, set to come to start on June 16, will apply to state-owned Air China, China Eastern Airlines, and China Southern Airlines.

    Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants the United States to lead an international alliance to build a 5G telecommunications network overcoming the West's dependence on China. "The government has approached Washington about a 'D10' club of democratic partners, based on the G7 plus Australia, South Korea and India," British newspaper The Times reported Friday. 

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