UN’s World Population Day 2010: Beijing Announces Measures to Stop “Unauthorized Births”

(Infowars) – Via news outlet the Global Times, the Chinese State laments the “issue of unauthorized births” in light of the UN’s stated goal of “efficient population control.”

The UN’s World population Day, July 11, was originally set up in 1989 by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programma to “raise awareness of global population issues.”

“The theme of this year’s 21st World Population Day”, mentions the article, “is “Everyone Counts”, and the activities in China will focus on the 2010 population census and emphasize the right to life.”

“In China”, the article goes on to say, “the issue of unauthorized births is at the forefront of its efforts to control the growth of its population as it undermines the country’s family planning policy, or “one-child policy”, which was implemented in 1980.” Continue reading

Video: Geithner In Beijing – The Dangers of Exporting The Depression

(RussiaToday) – Treasury Secretary Geithner is on his way to Beijing, where he will meet with Chinese Vice Prime Minister Wang. The trip is in relation to US demands for a massive up valuation of the Chinese currency, the renminbi or yuan. This announcement has unleashed much gloating at the Associated Press and other pro-Wall Street news outlets, so it is important to issue a caveat at the very beginning: trips do not equal agreements. Obama made a personal visit to Afghanistan last month, and bilateral US relations with that country have been deteriorating in an alarming way ever since. Continue reading

Video: Tarpley – China Up for Iran Sanctions – April Fool’s Day Prank

(RussiaToday) – China will remain committed to further talks aimed at resolving the Iran nuclear issue. So says the country’s Foreign Ministry following U.S. reports that Beijing is willing to back sanctions against Tehran. A veto-holding member of the Security Council, China backed three previous UN sanctions resolutions, but had been opposed to a fourth round hoping for a diplomatic settlement. To talk about what could lie ahead here is investigative journalist Webster Tarlpey. Continue reading

The Great Global Arms Bazaar – “The military industrial complex” is thriving

We all would do well to read or re-read perhaps, Anthony Sampson’s outstanding anatomical study or investigation into the international arms trade: “The Arms Bazaar”. As it gives us some perspective on how the “defence industry” has grown to become what it is now; an unwieldy Golem, that’s out of control. Continue reading

MSM: US announces $6bn arms sales to Taiwan

(Telegraph) – President Barack Obama’s administration has confirmed that it will approve a $6 billion (£3.4 billion) arm sales package to Taiwan in a move bound to add to tensions with Beijing. Continue reading

MSM: Garlic prices soar in China amid flu fears

(USAToday) – Wrapped up in earmuffs and a heavy jacket to fight the Beijing winter, Liu Zhan shows little sign of soaring wealth. Until he removes his gloves — and reveals a large gold ring. At the Chinese capital’s biggest vegetable wholesale market, other traders call him “Millionaire Liu.” Continue reading

Flashback: China should break up India into 20-30 states – Chinese strategist

(HeadilinesIndia) – August 2009 – New Delhi: In an article likely to raise Indian hackles, a Chinese strategist contends that Beijing should break up India into 20-30 independent states with the help of “friendly countries” like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan.

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MSM: Obama told China – I can’t stop Israel strike on Iran indefinitely

(Haaretz) – U.S. President Barack Obama has warned his Chinese counterpart that the United States would not be able to keep Israel from attacking Iranian nuclear installations for much longer, senior officials in Jerusalem told Haaretz. Continue reading

MSM: Beijing official urges gold, crude-oil purchases

(MarketWatch) – China should use the shockwaves created by the Dubai crisis as an opportunity to buy gold and oil, a senior Chinese official who helps oversee some of the nation’s biggest enterprises was quoted as saying Monday. Continue reading

China hails ‘close cooperation’ with Iran

Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao has said that his country will maintain cooperation with Iran and foster ‘close coordination in international affairs’. Continue reading

MSM: Marching to world domination – Why the West should be worried about China

(DailyMail) – Beneath today’s orgy of celebrations that marks the anniversary lurks a disturbing reality. Mao’s successors may have embraced cut-throat capitalism to a degree that makes even Western economists blanch. But the arrangements for the parade are a reminder that China remains a deeply authoritarian society. Continue reading

Manufacturing Consent For Attack On Iran: Obama Times Calling Out Iran For Impact

President Obama’s decision to confront Iran with evidence of a secret nuclear production site Friday was the culmination of a deliberate strategy over the past nine months to gain maximum impact from the disclosure by building up to it with other steps on the world stage. Continue reading

China begins mass vaccinations for swine flu

China kicked off mass vaccinations for swine flu Monday in Beijing, making it apparently the first nation in the world to start innoculating its population against the virus. Continue reading

MSM: McClatchy Announces Financial New World Order

One year after the near collapse of the global financial system, this much is clear: The financial world as we knew it is over, and something new is rising from its ashes. Continue reading

China Tightens Grip on Rare Minerals

China is set to tighten its hammerlock on the market for some of the world’s most obscure but valuable minerals. Continue reading

Israel Pushing for Sanctions on Iran, “Time Running Out”

“Time is running out, and Israel has decided not to depend on the United Nations in terms of sanctions on Iran”, Israeli daily Ynet said on Friday. The Israeli Foreign Ministry has launched extensive diplomatic activities aimed at pressuring a series of the world’s leading countries to impose sanctions on Iran, even if the Security Council fails to make such a decision. Continue reading

Copper Can Help In The Battle Against Influenza A H1N1, Says Scientist

(ScienceDaily) – A leading microbiologist from the University of Southampton has told a conference that his research has found copper is effective in inhibiting the influenza A H1N1 virus. Continue reading

MSM: Police given powers to enter homes and tear down anti-Olympics posters during 2012 Games

(DailyMail) – Police have been handed ‘Chinese-style’ powers to enter private homes and seize political posters during the London 2012 Olympics. Continue reading

MSM: Tiananmen memories spur desire for change

(Swiss) – Twenty years after the Tiananmen Square massacre, protest leader Han Dongfang tells swissinfo.ch China is making positive changes but needs to address corruption. Continue reading

China ‘worried’ about US Treasury holdings

China’s premier didn’t say it in so many words, but the implied warning to Washington was blunt: Don’t devalue the dollar through reckless spending. Continue reading

MSM: A ‘Copper Standard’ for the world’s currency system?

Hard money enthusiasts have long watched for signs that China is switching its foreign reserves from US Treasury bonds into gold bullion. They may have been eyeing the wrong metal. Continue reading

Venezuela Prepares for U.S. Economic Collapse

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said here Thursday that he has reached an agreement with Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao on a plan to boost Venezuela’s oil shipments to China to 1 million barrels per day next year. Continue reading

China’s shopping spree

As Beijing exploits the mayhem in the global economy to pick up a growing list of natural resources bargains, should the West worry it is selling the family silver? Sarah Arnott reports Continue reading

Chinese Military On Rise In Latin America

As China makes major investments in Latin America to acquire strategic materials, it is extending its military capability into the backyard of the United States. Continue reading

China’s spending spree likely to include Canadian companies

Asia’s dealmakers say a Chinese resource spending spree will accelerate throughout the next 12 months, with Canadian mining and energy companies likely on the shopping list. Continue reading

Despotism 101: Communist Officials Train to Disperse Unrest

The directors of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) some 3,000 county level Public Security Bureaus are set to go through a training course on quashing mass dissent. Continue reading

Popular Rage Grows as Global Crisis Worsens

As the global economic crisis deepens, tempers around the world are getting shorter. French and British trade unions are organizing strikes, Putin is sending troops into the streets and Beijing is trying to buy itself calm. Continue reading

China VS The Zionist Economy

The center of the world economy has shifted to Asia. A burgeoning Asian economy centered in Beijing is now threatening to take over the failed Zionist banking system as evidenced in the current US financial crisis that no bailout is going to solve. Continue reading

Popular Rage Grows as Global Crisis Worsens

As the global economic crisis deepens, tempers around the world are getting shorter. French and British trade unions are organizing strikes, Putin is sending troops into the streets and Beijing is trying to buy itself calm. A rally against car import duties in Krasnoyarsk, Russia: Citizens around the world are protesting against their governments’ handling of the economic crisis. Continue reading

Video: Still Standing – The Building That Proves WTC 7 Was Imploded

New videos of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel fire in Beijing highlight the vivid contrast between the damage it suffered as it was completely consumed by roaring flames, yet remained standing, and the comparative sporadic fires across just 8 floors that led to the complete free fall collapse of WTC 7. Continue reading

Fire Consumes WTC 7-Size Skyscraper, Building Does Not Collapse

Giant flames engulf every floor of 44-story building and it remains standing, yet limited fires across just 8 floors of WTC 7 brought down building within 7 seconds on 9/11. How can NIST’s “new phenomenon” explain this one? Continue reading

MSM: Beijing rocked by 26 million lost jobs

An estimated 26 million poor rural Chinese are now without jobs after pinning their hopes on the once-booming manufacturing sector, where work has dried up due to the global economic slowdown, a government advisory body said. Continue reading

MSM: Violent unrest rocks China as crisis hits

The collapse of the export trade has left millions without work and set off a wave of social instability Continue reading

MSM: US-China currency war eclipses Davos, and threatens the world

Turning a corner in the labyrinthine corridors of the Davos nerve-centre, I ran smack into Chinese premier Wen Jiabao – followed by a regiment of retainers and senior offices in full regalia. Continue reading

China’s economic growth rate continues to tumble

The Chinese government is clearly in crisis over how to deal with the rapid slowdown of the country’s economy under the impact of a deepening global recession. Like its counterparts around the world, Beijing has little understanding of, let alone control over, economic events that are already leading to widespread plant closures, rising unemployment and social unrest. Continue reading

China accuses US of financial WMD

Chinese state media has blamed the US for unleashing financial “weapons of mass destruction” and sparking a global market “tsunami”.

China’s official People’s Daily warned on Wednesday that the US had set off a “financial tsunami” by allowing Wall Street lenders to trade in subprime debts and unstable financial derivatives. Continue reading

Russia-China: SCO Military Alliance Challenges US-NATO Unipolar World

SCO REGIONAL CLOUT BOUND TO INCREASE

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization, or SCO, ought to boost its political clout in settling regional conflict in the immediate future. A statement to this effect was made earlier in the week by a group of the Russia-based noted analysts during a Moscow-Beijing video news conference. Aside from maintaining stability and security in Central Asia, the SCO’s vast potential will certainly make it possible for the organization to handle other pressing international problems. Continue reading