China Changes tone on NKorea Aug 13, 2017 - From not our problem - to - we’ll deal with it. Beijing is signaling that it will rein in North Korea. China accounts for 90% of all North Korean trade, the sanctions are expected to hit China the hardest. North Korea is not feeding their people.
NKorea runt waits Aug 15, 2017 - Kim could change his mind. Beijing flinches, North Korea holds off Guam threat, runt says he’ll watch a little longer. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said he would watch US actions before making a decision on the threat to fire at Guam this week.
This followed a blunt warning by US Secretary James Mattis. If they fire at the United States it could escalate into war very quickly. The US military would defend the country from any attack, at any time and from any quarter. If a missile was fired we'd take it out. kek.gg/u/q5B8
China threat August 15, 2017 - China will not sit idle if Trump acts against its trade practices. US President Donald Trump authorized a review of China’s trade practices regarding intellectual property, which could eventually lead to US tariffs on Chinese imports and other trade sanctions. This would be eased depending on Beijing’s reining in of North Korea. China's commerce ministry issued a statement voicing serious concern and warning this would definitely harm bilateral trade relations. If the US side takes actions that impair the mutual trade relations, China will not sit idle. debka.com
China issues warning to USA Aug 23, 2017 - Correct your mistake concerning Sanctions. The United States put sanctions on Chinese companies after they supported the North Korea missile program. Trump issued new sanctions against China and Russia as part of its campaign to pressure North Korea to stop its development of nuclear weapons and missiles.
The new sanctions affect 6 individuals and 10 organizations with financial ties to Pyongyang’s weapons program. It is unacceptable for those in China, Russia, and elsewhere to enable North Korea to generate income used to develop weapons of mass destruction.
U.S. Sanctions Chinese, Russians for illicit Trade with North Korea Aug 23, 2017 - China has enabled North Korea to pursue nuclear development, cyber warfare, global provocation, and human rights violations. The status quo is no longer acceptable.
India, China may end border dispute Aug 28, 2017 - MAYBE. India and China have agreed to a disengagement of troops in a disputed border area. Indian and Chinese troops have been confronting each other at the Doklam plateau near the borders of India, Bhutan and China, along the disputed Himalayan border.
The decision comes ahead of a September summit of the BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia and South Africa) in China, which Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to attend. 22.214.171.124/focus/f-news/3581143/posts
Its a lotta false cults - to be replaced by another false cult.
North Korea Volcano Sep 17, 2017 - China limited access to a nature reserve on its border with North Korea after mysterious seismic shakes at the NK nuclear test site. Beijing reportedly closed the site over fears that underground detonations by NoKo could lead to rockslides or trigger an eruption of the active volcano Mount Paektu.
China dumps debt on developing nations Oct 20, 2017 - U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson responds to the aggressive global agenda laid out by China President Xi. Tillerson was unsparing in his criticism of China business practices. He hammered China after praising India.
Tillerson described the hunger of emerging economies and fledgling democracies in the region for infrastructure investment. “We have watched the activities of China, and the financing mechanisms it brings to many of these countries, which result in saddling them with enormous levels of debt.”
Tillerson compared China’s economic growth to India’s and concluded China has acted less responsibly, at times undermining international rules. He called out China’s provocative actions in the South China Sea as a direct challenge to international law. tinyurl.com/Chidumpzdet
China to close bridge to NK Nov 24, 2017 - China to close the main bridge between China and North Korea. The closure is for repairs. Officials have said it will be closed for 10 days; this bridge is used for 70% of trade between China/North Korea.
Iran tanker ablaze after collision Jan 7, 2018 - A tanker carrying oil from Iran to South Korea was ablaze off east China after a collision with a Chinese cargo ship. The tanker caught fire after the collision. The Chinese vessel crew was rescued, 32 Iran tanker crew missing. 126.96.36.199/focus/f-news/3620202/posts
China destroys church Jan 12, 2018 - Unregistered congregation of 50,000 paid for $2.6 million building. Chinese authorities demolished the building of the 50,000-member Golden Lampstand Church in Linfen, northern Shanxi province. The church is among the nation’s unregistered congregations, meaning it is not within the government-controlled system and therefore is deemed illegal by the communist regime. www.wnd.com/2018/01/see-chinese-cops-destroy-evangelical-megachurch
Chinese aggression Jun 21, 2018 - China wants to Steal Crown Jewels of U.S. Tech. China systematically steals American technology as part of economic aggression. Most has taken place in the United States or against American companies doing business in China. This was defined by 6 behaviors: Theft, forced tech transfer, evasion of export controls, export restraints on raw materials, information-harvesting, and acquisitions. kek.gg/u/YFj4
China Ports Delay U.S. Cargoes July 7, 2018 - BEIJING - Some Chinese ports delayed clearing goods lilke soybeans, pork and cotton from the United States, disrupting imports, awaiting word on tariffs. Customs brokers are slowing the clearance process because of confusion about how and when to implement duties. kek.gg/u/jJDD
Trump tariffs on China Sep 17, 2018 - President Trump has given the green light to tariffs against $200 billion in Chinese goods. Trump seeks to combat unfair trade practices from China. The tariff level will likely be 10%. t.co/MwUdXLxqUC