NEWS: SEPTEMBER 27 – 2021

 

NEWS SEPTEMBER 27 – 2021

 

 

 

China quietly hits power supply shock as Evergrande crisis holds limelight

 

China quietly hits power supply shock as Evergrande crisis holds limelight

 

Widespread cuts to traffic lights in cities across northern China have caused havoc recently during rush hour as power supply shocks spread from factory floors to the country’s broader infrastructure.

A notice of the power cuts was issued to households across many northern cities on Thursday (Sept. 23). Since temperatures are low in those areas at this time of year, the blackouts have led to public anger, according to the Liberty Times. According to analysts, this reflects an escalating power crisis since Chinese authorities typically do not ask household consumers to wind down consumption unless limits on factory usage have not corrected the shortage.

Link: TAIWAN NEWS

 

 

 

Texas Hospital CEO Says Facility May Stop Delivering Babies Over Vaccine Mandate

 

Texas Hospital CEO Says Facility May Stop Delivering Babies Over Vaccine Mandate

 

The head of the Goodall-Witcher hospital in rural Texas expressed concerns that the facility may have to stop delivering babies due to a recent vaccine mandate handed down by the Biden administration stipulating that health care workers at Medicare- and Medicaid-funded hospitals get the vaccine.

Chief Executive Adam Willmann said that some experienced nurses are not vaccinated and don’t plan on getting the shot. Some of those nurses, he said in a recent interview, work in the hospital’s maternity ward.

Link: THE EPOCH TIMES

 

 

 

Beijing Responsible for ‘Largest Transnational Crackdown in the World’ to Muzzle Diaspora, Report Finds

 

Beijing Responsible for ‘Largest Transnational Crackdown in the World’ to Muzzle Diaspora, Report Finds

 

The Chinese regime has mounted the “largest transnational crackdown in the world” to ensure that Chinese communities globally toe the Party line, according to a recent report.

The expansive campaign targets dissidents who have fled China and those who hold a different point of view from the regime. Beijing’s tactics include spying, threatening, harassment, physical assaults, and piling pressure on relatives who remain in China, according to the nearly 650-page report by the Institute for Strategic Studies of Military Schools (IRSEM), an independent agency affiliated with the French Ministry of Armed Forces.

Link: THE EPOCH TIMES

 

 

 

Japan Promises ‘Necessary Response’ to China for Military Aggression Against Taiwan

 

Japan Promises ‘Necessary Response’ to China for Military Aggression Against Taiwan

 

Japanese Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi recently said that his country will provide a “necessary response” to China if Beijing continues with its military aggression towards Taiwan and sparks a conflict.

China had been increasing its military presence near Taiwan and the Senkaku Islands of Japan, claiming these regions to be its territory. In June, Beijing sent more than two dozen warplanes near Taiwan, triggering the island nation to put its air defenses on alert. Back in 2019, Chinese premier Xi Jinping vowed to “reunify” Taiwan with China and even deploy military force if necessary.

Link: VISIONTIMES

 

 

 

Dick Morris: Biden Makes Voters Want Trump Again

 

Dick Morris Biden Makes Voters Want Trump Again

 

“Biden is falling because … his senility, his weakness, his inability to lead strongly, are in sharp contrast to President Trump’s record and his persona.,” Morris, the host of “Dick Morris: Democracy” on Newsmax, said. “Voters who disliked Trump… are now [comparing] Trump’s negatives with Biden’s negatives and they don’t appear so bad after all. When you look at Afghanistan… COVID, the Haitians … the border, we could use a little more of Donald Trump’s … leadership … Biden’s weakness is framing Trump’s personality and people are coming back saying it wasn’t so bad [under Trump].”

Link: NEWS MAX

 

 

 

After close vote, Germany on tricky path to form government

 

After close vote, Germany on tricky path to form government

 

The party that narrowly beat outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s bloc pushed Monday for a quick agreement on a coalition government amid concerns that Europe’s biggest economy could be in for weeks of uncertainty after an election that failed to set a clear direction.

Olaf Scholz, the candidate of the center-left Social Democrats, called for Merkel’s center-right Union bloc to go into opposition after it saw its worst-ever result in a national election. Both finished with well under 30% of the vote, and that appeared to put the keys to power in the hands of two opposition parties — raising questions over the stability of a future government.

Link: AP NEWS

 

 

 

Gab CEO Refuses to Comply With Germany’s Censorship Dictates

 

Gab CEO Refuses to Comply With Germany’s Censorship Dictates

 

Social media platform Gab has recently been facing intense pressure from German authorities to comply with their censorship policies. In a Sept. 20 blog post, Gab CEO Andrew Torba revealed that his company has received “a huge packet of documents with fines and legal threats from the nation state of Germany.”

The fines were imposed as a result of Gab refusing to comply with the country’s contentious Network Enforcement Act, which officially seeks to combat fake news on social media platforms. However, Torba points out that fake news is “whatever the German government says it is.”

Link: VISIONTIMES

 

 

 

Texas Attorney General Leads 10-State Coalition Supporting Florida Ban on Big Tech Censorship

 

Texas Attorney General Leads 10-State Coalition Supporting Florida Ban on Big Tech Censorship

 

Texas Attorney General Paxton announced on Sept. 20 that he is leading a coalition of 10 states in filing an amicus brief with the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in support of Florida’s law that attempts to regulate censorship on Big Tech social media platforms.

Link: THE EPOCH TIMES

 

 

 

China: Enforced vaccination to cover up the country’s real population of just under 900 million?

 

China Enforced vaccination to cover up the country’s real population of just under 900 million

 

China’s national policy does not mandate COVID-19 vaccination. However, local governments do force people to get vaccinated. In addition, citizens are rewarded to the tune of 500 yuan (about $77) to several thousand yuan if they cause a person to be vaccinated. Civil Rights & Livelihood Watch interviewed several people working within the Chinese regime and obtained some reliable information.

Link: THE BL

 

 

 

China Releases Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig

 

China Releases Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig

 

Canadians are breathing a sigh of relief after two Canadian nationals, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor — who have spent close to 3-years in the Chinese prison system — touched down on Canadian soil after being freed following a U.S. court deal that resulted in the release of Huawei executive, Meng Wanzhou.

Kovrig and Spavor landed in Calgary, Alberta Canada at approximately 8 a.m. ET on Saturday Sept. 25 following a flurry of activity and a stunning reversal by the Chinese government.

Link: VISIONTIMES

 

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