A Furious China Responds To Latest Sanctions: Demands “U.S. Immediately Correct Its Mistake” Or Suffer Retaliation

A Furious China Responds To Latest Sanctions: Demands “U.S. Immediately Correct Its Mistake” Or Suffer Retaliation:

Less than 4 hours ago, the US Treasury announced that in the the latest set of actions targeting North Korea’s “WMD program”, among the entities sanctioned would be several Chinese and Russian companies and individuals. We said that “what this latest round of sanctions will achieve, is to further anger Beijing and the local population.” Well, we didn’t even have to wait all day for China to respond on the next morning as it traditionally does, and according to Reuters citing an embassy spokesman, Beijing was so furious with the US “provocation” it scrapped its own protocol of waiting during a “cooldown” period, and instead ripped right back, “urging” the U.S. to “immediately correct its mistake”‘ of sanctioning Chinese firms over North Korea, to avoid impact on bilateral cooperation.

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Video Emerges Showing Clashes Between Indian, Chinese Soldiers

Video Emerges Showing Clashes Between Indian, Chinese Soldiers: 

Late last week, we reported that in the first documented clash between Chinese and Indian soldiers who have been piling up across the border between the two nations over the latest territorial dispute, “Indian and Chinese soldiers were involved in an altercation” in the western Himalayas on Tuesday, “further raising tensions between the two countries which are already locked in a two-month standoff in another part of the disputed border.” A Reuters source in New Delhi who was briefed on the military situation on the border, said Indian soldiers “foiled a bid by a group of Chinese troops to enter Indian territory in Ladakh, near the Pangong lake.” He added that some of the Chinese soldiers carried iron rods and stones, and in the melee there were minor injuries on both sides.

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Indian, Chinese Soldiers Clash Following Alleged Chinese “Incursion”

Indian, Chinese Soldiers Clash Following Alleged Chinese “Incursion”:

According to local media reports, “Indian and Chinese soldiers were involved in an altercation” in the western Himalayas on Tuesday, further raising tensions between the two countries. “There was an altercation near the Pangong lake,” said a police officer in Srinagar, following what he called a Chinese army “incursion in Pangong lake area”.

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China Threatens With Trade War Retaliation If US “Damages Trade Ties”

China Threatens With Trade War Retaliation If US “Damages Trade Ties”:

“If the U.S. side ignores the facts, and disrespects multilateral trade principles in taking actions that harms both sides trade interests, China will absolutely not sit by and watch, will inevitably adopt all appropriate measures, and resolutely safeguard China’s lawful rights.”

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“This Is Just The Beginning”: Trump Launches Trade War With China By Signing Trade Executive Order

“This Is Just The Beginning”: Trump Launches Trade War With China By Signing Trade Executive Order:

Today at 3pm, President Trump will sign a memo addressing “China’s laws, policies, practices, and actions related to intellectual property, innovation, and technology” effectively firing the first shot in what many predict will blossom into an all-out trade war with China.

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Several Chinese Companies Reportedly Submit Bids For Fiat Chrysler

Several Chinese Companies Reportedly Submit Bids For Fiat Chrysler:

After learning over the weekend that Trump plans to call for an investigation into China over allegations that the nation violated U.S. intellectual property rights and forced technology transfers, we learn that several Chinese companies may have submitted bids for Fiat Chrysler (FCA) in a deal that would include the company’s iconic Jeep brand.

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China Slams Trump’s “Trade War” Announcement, Says It Is A Distraction From “Domestic Turmoil” In The U.S.

China Slams Trump’s “Trade War” Announcement, Says It Is A Distraction From “Domestic Turmoil” In The U.S.:

Today at 3pm, President Trump will sign a memo addressing “China’s laws, policies, practices, and actions related to intellectual property, innovation, and technology” effectively launching the first shot in what many predict will blossom into an all-out trade war with China. As discussed over the weekend, administration officials said Saturday that memo will direct U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to consider investigating China over its IP policies, especially the practice of forcing U.S. companies operating in China to transfer technological know-how.

Predictably, China is not happy. In an editorial published in the China Daily, the government lashed out at Trump, warning him that by “politicizing” trade, he risks “exacerbating” the US’s “economic woes,” and “poisoning” the relationship between the world’s two largest economies.

Here’s Reuters:

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China Bans Coal, Lead, Iron Imports From North Korea

China Bans Coal, Lead, Iron Imports From North Korea:

China’s Ministry of Commerce said that Beijing will halt imports of coal, iron, iron ore and seafood from North Korea starting on Tuesday, cutting an important economic lifeline for the Pyongyang regime, as it implemented a package of sanctions passed by the United Nations Security Council on August 6.

China accounts for roughly 90% of North Korean trade but moved earlier in February to suspend North Korea’s coal imports until the end of the year. Coal normally accounts for about half of North Korea’s exports, but despite the coal ban, overall trade between the two countries remained healthy according to WaPo.

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Will There be a Second India-China War?

Will There be a Second India-China War?

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President Trump Warns President Xi Jinping: Trade War With China Begins Monday

Trump Warns Xi: Trade War With China Begins Monday:

As if there weren’t enough geopolitical stress points in the world to fill a lifetime of “sleepy, vacationy” Augusts, late on Friday night President Trump spoke to Chinese President Xi Jinping and told him that he’s preparing to order an investigation into Chinese trade practices next week, according to NBC. Politico confirms that Trump is ready to launch a new trade crackdown on China next week, citing an administration official, a step that Trump delayed two weeks ago under the guidance of his new Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly, but now appears imminent. It is also an escalation which most analysts agree will launch a trade war between Washington and Beijing.

As Politico details, Trump on Monday will call for an investigation into China over allegations that the nation violated U.S. intellectual property rights and forced technology transfers, the official said. While it’s unclear how much detail Trump will get into in the announcement, administration officials expect U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to open an investigation against China under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974. The ordering of the investigation will not immediately impose sanctions but could lead to steep tariffs on Chinese goods. Trump has expressed frustration in recent months over what he sees as China’s unfair trade policies.

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China Warns Trump: “We Will Prevent A North Korea Regime Change”

China Warns Trump: “We Will Prevent A North Korea Regime Change”:

In a troubling repudiation of President Donald Trump’s demands that Beijing do more to rein in its bellicose neighbor, Beijing, through the state-owned media, cautioned the US president on Friday that it would intervene (militarily) on North Korea’s behalf if the US and South Korea launch a preemptive strike to “overthrow the North Korean regime,” according to a statement in the influential state-run newspaper Global Times.

“If the U.S. and South Korea carry out strikes and try to overthrow the North Korean regime and change the political pattern of the Korean Peninsula, China will prevent them from doing so,” it said.

At the same time, the Chinese regime  made it clear that its preferred outcome would be a continuation of the status quo, warning Kim Jong Un that it would “remain neutral if North Korea were to strike first.” The article, cited by Rueters,  reiterated calls for a diplomatic solution. However, the possibility of talks between the two sides was looking increasingly remote as both Trump and Kim continued to exchange threats of nuclear annihilation, with Trump clarifying Thursday that his earlier promise to respond with “fire and fury” should the North continue to threaten the US may not have gone far enough.

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BREAKING: BANKERS’ NEW SDR CRYPTO BLOCKCHAIN WILL ENSLAVE HUMANITY?? – Lynette Zang (Video) – FEAR & LOATHING IN CRYPTO LAND (Video) – THE ACChain CONTROVERSY — JSNIP4 & BRAD PETERS (Video)

FYI.

BREAKING: BANKERS’ NEW SDR CRYPTO BLOCKCHAIN WILL ENSLAVE HUMANITY?? – Lynette Zang

Aug 9, 2017

The new Chinese-created ACChain crypto currency blockchain will be the SDR-related world currency that will allow the international banking elite to digitize every tangible asset on earth, and they will then exert total control over all of it.

FEAR & LOATHING IN CRYPTO LAND

Aug 10, 2017

This is a response to my friends Jsnip joe, Bix Weir and Andy Hoffman regarding their reactions to my latest CONVERSATION with ITM Trading’s Lynette Zang in which we discuss the new ACChain blockchain and the bankster’s goal to chip, track, trace and own EVERYTHING on the planet.

THE ACChain CONTROVERSY — JSNIP4 & BRAD PETERS

Aug 11, 2017

Intel senior software engineer Brad Peters and Joe from the Jsnip4 Realist News you Tube channel join me to discuss my recent interview with ITM Trading’s Lynette Zang and the ACChain SDR blockchain controversy.

In summary:

George Carlin: The American Dream (Video):

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In Escalating Standoff, Indian Army Orders People Near Chinese Border To Vacate Village

In Escalating Standoff, Indian Army Orders People Near Chinese Border To Vacate Village:

In the latest escalation between two nuclear powers (aside for the US and North Korea of course), the Indian Army has ordered the evacuation of a village close to the Doklam India-Bhutan-China tri-junction amid to a standoff between Indian and Chinese solders, India’s News 18 reports. This takes place just days after, as we reported earlier this week, China turned the war threat amplifier up to ’11’ by threatening India (in an article published a Chinese state-controlled newspaper) that it could conduct a “small-scale military operation” to expel Indian troops from a contested region in the Himalayas.

As a reminder, the latest standoff started in June, after Chinese troops started building a road on a remote plateau, which is disputed by China and Bhutan. Indian troops countered by moving to the flashpoint zone to halt the work, with China accusing them of violating its territorial sovereignty and calling for their immediate withdrawal.

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Trump Provokes China Again, Sends Another Destroyer To South China Sea

Trump Provokes China Again, Sends Another Destroyer To South China Sea:

A US Navy destroyer sailed within 12 miles of an artificial island built by China in the South China Sea on Thursday, a “provocation” that threatens another angry response from the Chinese government and further complicating President Donald Trump’s efforts to align the Communist Party in his pursuit to find a diplomatic resolution to the North Korean crisis.

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China Unveils Emergency Drill To “Shut Down Harmful Websites”

China’s Ministry of Public Security called for the drill “in order to step up online security… and tackle the problem of smaller websites illegally disseminating harmful information…”

China Unveils Emergency Drill To “Shut Down Harmful Websites”:

China’s 19th National Congress of the Communist Party – the quinquennial confab where the party selects new members of the Politburo, its ruling council – is expected to begin this fall (official dates have not yet been publicly announced). And in an effort to guarantee that the leadership reshuffle goes off without a hitch, President Xi Jinping is tightening the government’s grip on the internet to help protect the official narrative that Xi’s “Chinese Dream” remains intact.

According to Reuters, China held a drill on Thursday with internet service providers to practice taking down websites deemed harmful.

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