As China has been increasing its military presence around the world, India needs to do the same, says retired Indian Army Major Gaurav Arya, who joins us in this episode. If India wants to maintain the integrity of its borders and play a bigger role in international politics, as well as counter China’s growing economic influence in the region, it needs to start playing offense, he argues. Gaurav Arya is a respected strategist and editor-in-chief at India geopolitical think tank Chanakya Forum.
2022Have you heard people say China has lifted millions of people out of poverty? How about that China is a “developing” country? Or that the CCP has never invaded another country? In this episode of China Uncensored, we debunk some of the most common lies that China has told the world.
China has been slowly building up its military presence and capabilities in the South China Sea, which has its neighbors and the US and its allies worried about China trying to take control of the South China Sea and regional territories. One of the most concerning things it has there is a new secret weapon that could render much of the United States’ advanced military equipment useless. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for more on this secret weapon, an incident that may prove China has already tested it on US aircraft, and what this could mean for the region.
China’s Man-Made Islands are Sinking, but there’s a lot more to the story than just that…
After the dishonorable discharge of 27 service members earlier this week for refusing to take the Covid-19 vaccine, the woke-washed US Air Force is now asking the remaining members to vote on which new “diversity, equity, and inclusion” logo they would prefer.
China has tried to sell the world on the idea that it is a peaceful superpower with only benign intentions, helping developing countries build up their infrastructure with China financing, while at the same time sharing the industriousness and technical expertise of the Chinese people. But when China starts building military bases in other countries it gets hard to keep up that image. China has one military base in Africa already, and according to US intelligence, is trying to build another one on the other side of the continent.
The USA has announced a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympic Games and China is FURIOUS!
The US has announced a boycott of the 2022 Beijing winter Olympic games, to which China issued a hilarious response that ranged from petty to vindictive. Apple has made a deal with the devil (AKA the CCP) that could see China steal all of Apple’s technology. And a top US Space Force general warns that China could soon surpass the US in space. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for that and more of this week’s China news headlines.
Most people have heard of China’s invasive monitoring system and accompanying social credit score for Chinese citizens. As if that weren’t dystopian enough, a province in China is specifically targeting foreigners with a similar system. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for how this has always been part of the Chinese Communist Party’s playbook, what the CCP does with all its surveillance and the risks that come with that amount of personal info in one place.
In the United States, a person dies from a drug overdose every five-and-a-half minutes. The vast majority of these deaths involve opioids. The opioid crisis has touched every corner of the United States, from the Rust Belt states of Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, to the suburbs of San Francisco. In the words of former Republican Congressman Greg Walden, opioids are “an equal opportunity destroyer.”
Americans has been buying drugs from China on internet, for years. China knows what they are doing!
As governments around the world are bracing for the worst with the new Omicron coronavirus variant, there’s one country that’s not worried. That country is China, which is broadcasting to all its citizens that it’s got this new variant in the bag. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for China’s shifting propaganda narrative, its unrealistic infection and death numbers, and the World Health Organization’s (WHO) decision to skip the name “xi” for the new variant.