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Nathan Nan Su, Senior Reporter at The Epoch Times and Amy Hao, former prison camp internee discuss the myriad of ways the Communist Party of China threatens freedoms around the world.

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Nathan Nan Su, Senior Reporter at The Epoch Times and Amy Hao, former prison camp internee discuss the myriad of ways the Communist Party of China threatens freedoms around the world.

    Who's More Likely To Be Involved In Voter Fraud: China, Venezuela or Cuba?

    Who's More Likely To Be Involved In Voter Fraud: China, Venezuela or Cuba?

    Nan introduces the topic of “probable election interference” in relation to Sidney Powell latest press conference, in which she mentions the involvement of Cuba, Venezuela and China.Amy continues her story of the Dry Well.  Old Chin had asked Amy to criticize the young girl. He gives Amy her diary to read. Her diary is well written and she clearly is well read.  As Amy starts reading her story, her heart started pounding.  Both the young girls parents had committed suicide when the Red Guard had put them in jail.  She had lived as an orphan street urchin until she was sent to a similar camp to the one Amy was sent to.  In the place she was sent there was a young boy who was very nice to her. They fell in love and had a baby. Amy explains that the CCP criminalized sexuality.  You do not belong to your body or sole, it belongs to Chairman Mao.  The young lady does not know what to do with baby.  The baby was found by a near by village.  The CCP forced the young girl to testify that the boy had raped her. He was locked in jail.  Amy decided she wanted to talk to the girl, fearing that she was close to committing suicide.   Amy travels to see her, but she doesn’t want to talk to her.  She asks Amy why she wants to talk to her and why she thinks she can help.   Amy recalls her own suicidal feelings after being brutalized by the CCP and forced to denounce her parents.  Her father had told her the she has to outlive whatever evils and helplessness she saw in the world.  Amy conveyed this to the young girl from outside the door.  The girl told Amy to go back and be a model soldier for Mao. It was too late for her.  Eventually she relents and lets Amy in.  To be continued next week.Peter Kuo, vice chairman of the Republican Party in California, joins to discuss voting fraud. Peter explains that the investigation is ongoing into how the election equipment was chosen and how exactly the votes were switched from Trump to Biden.  He mentions that, in Santa Clara, a county clerk had the ability to change votes, according to the agreement between Dominion and Santa Clara.  Peter suggests that the current system is so vulnerable that the only fix is to return to paper ballots.  Peter is “very excited for America” based on the information that came out today.Mike? expresses his dislike of Santa Cruz electronic voting or mail in ballots that were “shoved down our throats”.  Billy doesn’t recall using electronic voting. Nan points out that the issue is using Dominion machines to count the paper ballots.Dick wants clarification on Peter’s position on the evidence regarding Dominion.  He asks Amy if this is similar to revolutions in other countries.  Amy thinks the US political system is very strong, but gradually changing.  She mentions how difficult the legal argument is because of the “burden of proof”.  She has concerns that our legal system and democracy can be abused.  Dick doesn’t think that our democracy will survive unless we follow through on the legal issues.Don wants to “correct inaccuracies”.  He suggests there were many observers in Pennsylvania.  He says the voting machines are made in Canada, not Venezuela or China.  Nan agrees that it is a Canadian company and goes through the history of the hardware and software development through Venezuela and China.Billy introduces Doug Stephan, nationally syndicated radio host and family farmer.  Billy asks about US farmings relationship with China.  Doug suggests that there are many things that we need to be aware of.  He hopes we deal in a forthright way with the actions of the CCP.  He mentions that local growers have benefited from more awareness of food sourcing.  Doug mentions that the largest pork producer in the US has been bought by a Chinese company, calling into question their quality standards.  He mentions partia

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    Did The CCP Play A Role In The 2020 US Presidential Election?

    Did The CCP Play A Role In The 2020 US Presidential Election?

    Nan introduces the show talking about the concerns related to the Dominion Voting system.



    Amy Hao continues the story after her story is burned and thrown in the river. She is instructed by Old Chen to never mention what she had written and what had happened that day. She recalls learning more about Old Chen and realizing he was struggling with his role as a propaganda minister. When approaching the village, Old Chen very seriously informs her that he has an important task for her to do. He asks her to write a critique the diary of a “western influenced” girl in a nearby village. She felt compelled to accept the task.



    That night Amy had a nightmare that night that she and the girl were threatened to be thrown into the Dry Well. Amy escaped by kneeling. Amy was then forced to push a large rock into the well. When Amy visited Jerusalem in 2010, she suddenly remembered that nightmare. She thought it was a sign of why we need forgiveness.



    Nan mentions that many Chinese have a residual fear long after leaving China.



    Peter Kuo, vice chairman of the Republican Party in California, joins the conversation. Peter mentions that the state was called for Biden 6min after the polls closed. Peter describes a considerable increase in voter enthusiasm for Trump in CA in 2020, not reflected in the vote totals. He mentions Trumps tweet that 2.6 million votes were switched from Trump to Biden by the Dominion Voting System.



    Peter asserts that the vote count will be checked in CA, thought the focus in on battleground states. The group discusses many aspects of the uncertainty around the vote count. Peter believes the Democratic Party plays a much bigger role in any election interference than the CCP.



    Billy describes the pervasiveness of Dominion and suggests that we should have an interest regardless of the results of this election in order to insure the integrity of our voting system.



    Tony suggests Fed money printing will be an economic “sedative” for the US. Nan thinks the US should investigate Chinese election manipulation.



    Mike appreciates the value of the show for sharing a perspective from China. He things we’d have to look at the source code to find out whether there is interference. He thinks the new liberal perspective of abolishing private property and de-funding the police is insanity. He things voter fraud is widespread. He believes we should have a new way to vote that prevents these problems.



    Michael Alfaro Chief Financial Officer of Trump Campaign, does not buy one bit that the 6,000 vote switch in Michigan was a “glitch”. He mentions that there are internal and external investigations into what has happened. “It’s just too early”, he says with regards to what sort of evidence there is. He mentions that Trump was the first president in 40 years that did not start a war with another country. Nan asks about whistle blowers from Dominion. Michael confirms that there are whistle blowers, but there are many more directions they are following. He recommends being patient and waiting to see what actually happened. He suggest we need to see if the alleged election interference is domestic or international. He also shares his appreciation for having elders share their stories of what it is like to live under a communist regime.



    Nan describes how one Republican county in Michigan showed a Biden victory, then a supposed “glitch” was fixed. After which Trump won the county by over 5,000 votes. Billy mentions the importance of getting the evidence. Nan is very interested in hearing from Dominion whistle blowers.



    Estelle shares her belief in Jesus Christ being in charge of this whole situation. She does believe Trump has been cheated.



    Billy and Nan express gratitude to the founding fathers for creating a system with contingencies for many situations.



    Julie learned that in Wi, Mi, and

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    General Vallely On Biden, CCP & "Globalist" Companies

    General Vallely On Biden, CCP & "Globalist" Companies

    Amy Hao recalls that she had hidden the written story of the Dry Well under her pillow, when the Shanghai Caring Group showed up. She recalls being led past the camp head quarters, then approaching the bank of the river. She followed Old Chen down the side of the river until, some distance away, Old Chen pulled the story from his pant leg and questions Amy’s reactionary writing. She attempts to defend herself. Old Chen lights the paper on fire and the story is blown down the river.



    Nan introduces General Vallely. General Vallely mentions that intelligence gathering by major superpowers is a common occurrence. He describes some of the compartmentalization of intelligence within the US armed forces. He describes the CCP’s success in infiltrating US defense companies. General Vallely describes the roll of the space force. He talks about how the big players aren’t currently interested in adhering to any treaties with regards to the militarization of space. General Vallely suggests that China’s ambitions with regards to the US military is “all about power”. He uses the example of China’s intention to use soft power to develop assets, like ports and airports, in various parts of the world, then use Chinese nationals to run those facilities.



    General Vallely explains that, now that Hong Kong has been subdued, Taiwan is the next target. However, the quality of the Taiwanese military, and the alliance of the US, Japan and South Korea would make an invasion very costly.



    General Vallely expresses his belief that China will be much more aggressive with a president Biden, as Biden would be “very weak” on China. He explains that US companies have to get state department approval to transfer sensitive technologies to any other countries. Likewise, security stipulations can be very tight and He explains that the cost savings of stealing other technology is significant. The advancement in Chinese technology has been extraordinary in the past 5 years.



    General Vallely suggests that the Chinese military is “very strong” and “very competitive” with the US military today.



    John comments about the value of technology development.



    Nan asks the General about why US corporations share technologies like Artificial Intelligence. He suggests that many of the “globalist” companies want access to the Chinese market.



    Paul suggests looking at the US and Chinese relations as a chess game. He asks the General about the potential for the use of nuclear arms. The general mentions the importance of nuclear non-proliferation, saying that we want to be very careful about who can get a nuclear bomb.



    End Of First Hour



    Andres asks for suggestions or advice what people on the West Coast can do in an area where politicians are sympathetic to ChiComs. The General mentions the large number of people moving to Montana from California. He suggests California is on a road to self destruction. Andres mentions Feinstein’s Chinese spy employee and asks how many more such spies are out there. The General says we know how extensive Chinese espionage and investment is in the West Coast and also Vancouver.



    Before leaving, General Vallely invites the audience to take a look at StandUpAmericaUS.org, where they will find many articles on China related issues.



    Nan mentions the expectation in China that a Biden administration would soften US’s China policy, but he personally doubts it will have that much effect. He suggests the pandemic has shifted world opinion permanently against China.



    Amy shares that she has discussed with pro-Biden citizens on the questions of “what is socialism”. She sees socialism as lending more power to big corporations. Nan mentions that Generals comment about money is a significant motivation for major corporations. Amy discusses the difference between Karl Marx’s theory’s and the rea

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    Is A Vote For Jo Biden A Vote For The CCP?

    Is A Vote For Jo Biden A Vote For The CCP?

    Nan introduces the topic of the relationship between the Biden family and the Chinese Communist Party. Billy asks if evidence exists that there is a compromising relationship.



    Amy shares the story of the Dry Well. In 1971, in her third year of internment in the labor camp, Amy was chosen to interview a young lady who had first saved a picture of Chairman Mao from a home fire, but failed to rescue her grandmother. This made her a role model, for putting Mao first. She describes having to sleep in a courtyard and meeting an older couple from Shanghai, who had come to collect their daughters ashes. The parents were told their children had fallen into the same old dry well. The parents were told not to talk about it. Suicide was considered anti-party. She talks to one of the parents who suggested that the girls may have jumped into the well to protect their purity. Amy decided she wanted to find out what really happened.



    When she asked villagers close to the well, she spoke to a young girl who said that the jumpers were pregnant. Amy talks to a an errand boy who saw a liberation army officer raping one of the girls. He also saw the girls talking before they jumped in the well. Amy concluded that all the girls had been raped and were several months pregnant when they jumped in the well. She wrote the story down and became determined to try and get the story out. Amy suggests that the alleged video evidence of Hunter Biden sexually assaulting an underage Chinese girl would mean that the sort of abuse she witnessed in her youth still continues. She shares her opinion that anyone involved with covering up such despicable acts should not be running for office.



    Nan describes the custody of Hunter Biden’s laptop passing form the computer shop, to the FBI and then to Giuliani, who then handed information to The New Your Post. Nan explains that the emails in the laptop suggest that, in business dealings, Jo Biden “The Big Guy” was mentioned as the recipient of shares of funds.



    Jeff in Aptos suggests that Putin’s thinking with regard to interference in US politics was meant to make people think that he favored Trump when in fact he did not.



    Rory asks about the name of Hunter Biden’s business associate, Tony Bobulinski, would be a guest of the president during tonight’s presidential debate. Amy suggests that the CCP would video tape anything that could be used for blackmail. Rory asks what the FBI’s excuse is for not doing anything with the laptop. Amy suggests that the FBI withheld the evidence. Rory suggests that the Biden family’s influence in Delaware may have had the power to control the local FBI office.



    Nan points out that the FBI would be able to refute any information incorrectly referenced to the laptop, since they had the laptop in their custody first.



    Mary from Santa Cruz asks Amy how she sees how the Communist Party would use the Hunter Biden situation to exert their influence. Amy answers that the overall goal of the CCP is to use money to exert political power. Amy believes electing Jo Biden would be electing someone who would be totally compromised. The caller mentions that the press has suppressed this story and asks Amy how she thinks the election will play out. The caller asks if the FBI is also complicit. Amy thinks so.



    Billy suggests that, if you had sensitive information on a laptop, that you wouldn’t send it to any old repair show. Amy suggests that if you are drunk enough and drop the laptop in the bath tub, then you’re probably not making good decisions.



    Nan mentions that both the WSJ and NYT published articles in Dec 2018 mentioning high level Chinese business meetings with the Biden family.



    Dan in Salinas a report that the Conny Chung has come out in favor of Biden in order to engauge Asian voters. Dan thinks that might backfire, because a lot of Asian immigrants f

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    Are The Bidens Compromised By The CCP?

    Are The Bidens Compromised By The CCP?

    Nan introduces the topic of the relationship between the Biden family and the Chinese Communist Party. Billy asks if evidence exists that there is a compromising relationship.



    Amy shares the story of the Dry Well. In 1971, in her third year of internment in the labor camp, Amy was chosen to interview a young lady who had first saved a picture of Chairman Mao from a home fire, but failed to rescue her grandmother. This made her a roll model, for putting Mao first. She describes having to sleep in a courtyard and meeting an older couple from Shanghai, who had come to collect their daughters ashes. The parents were told their children had fallen into the same old dry well. The parents were told not to talk about it. Suicide was considered anti-party. She talks to one of the parents who suggested that the girls may have jumped into the well to protect their purity. Amy decided she wanted to find out what really happened.



    When she asked villagers close to the well, she spoke to a young girl who said that the jumpers were pregnant. Amy talks to a an errand boy who saw a liberation army officer raping one of the girls. He also saw the girls talking before they jumped in the well. Amy concluded that all the girls had been raped and were several months pregnant when they jumped in the well. She wrote the story down and became determined to try and get the story out. Amy suggests that the alleged video evidence of Hunter Biden sexually assaulting an underage Chinese girl would mean that the sort of abuse she witnessed in her youth still continues. She shares her opinion that anyone involved with covering up such despicable acts should not be running for office.



    Nan describes the custody of Hunter Biden’s laptop passing form the computer shop, to the FBI and then to Giuliani, who then handed information to The New Your Post. Nan explains that the emails in the laptop suggest that, in business dealings, Jo Biden “The Big Guy” was mentioned as the recipient of shares of funds.



    Jeff in Aptos suggests that Putin’s thinking with regard to interference in US politics was meant to make people think that he favored Trump when in fact he did not.



    Rory asks about the name of Hunter Biden’s business associate, Tony Bobulinski, would be a guest of the president during tonight’s presidential debate. Amy suggests that the CCP would video tape anything that could be used for blackmail. Rory asks what the FBI’s excuse is for not doing anything with the laptop. Amy suggests that the FBI withheld the evidence. Rory suggests that the Biden family’s influence in Delaware may have had the power to control the local FBI office.



    Nan points out that the FBI would be able to refute any information incorrectly referenced to the laptop, since they had the laptop in their custody first.



    Mary from Santa Cruz asks Amy how she sees how the Communist Party would use the Hunter Biden situation to exert their influence. Amy answers that the overall goal of the CCP is to use money to exert political power. Amy believes electing Jo Biden would be electing someone who would be totally compromised. The caller mentions that the press has suppressed this story and asks Amy how she thinks the election will play out. The caller asks if the FBI is also complicit. Amy thinks so.



    Billy suggests that, if you had sensitive information on a laptop, that you wouldn’t send it to any old repair show. Amy suggests that if you are drunk enough and drop the laptop in the bath tub, then you’re probably not making good decisions.



    Nan mentions that both the WSJ and NYT published articles in Dec 2018 mentioning high level Chinese business meetings with the Biden family.



    Dan in Salinas a report that the Conny Chung has come out in favor of Biden in order to engage Asian voters. Dan thinks that might backfire, because a lot of Asian immigrants fl

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    Should The NBA Move To China?

    Should The NBA Move To China?

    Nan explains that the NBA has been allowed to begin broadcasting again in China.



    Amy Hao tells the story of “Little Black Dog”. She explains that in the US it is normal to have a pet. Under the CCP it was not normal. In Shanghai all dogs were banned. Then all cats were banned. Feeding a pet was thought to be wasting the states food. She remembers in her childhood, her brother would feed his pet rooster with a portion of his own food, until “the neighborhood committee” found out and the rooster was confiscated. Amy recalls her own pet duckling.



    When she was sent to a re-education camp in 1969, she and her companions acquired a small black dog for protection from bandits at at market by trading some soap. Everyone loved the little dog “blackie”. Blackie had a habit of chasing off communist officers. So, the order came down to put Blackie to death. She and her group took the dog to a market about 15 miles away, but the next day he was back. When the authorities found out the dog was still there, they killed the dog.



    Bill Graff mentions that the NBA is very closely tied to companies that do business in China. Nan mentions that the final game of the NBA season had around 5 million viewers, the lowest viewership in modern history in the US. While the NBA opening game had over 25 million viewers in China. Nan explains that the NBA sent one million dollars to the CCP to help with their COVID-19 response, while several NBA notables have made comments condemning Daryl Morey’s pro-Hong Kong democracy Twitter post.



    It was Yao Ming, exposed Daryl Morey’s tweet, which was deleted after 15min. The NBA was quickly punished, losing about 400 million dollars in revenue due to the loss of CCTV broadcasts, advertising and sponsorships.



    Nan says, “If you think China is a capitalist market, it is not.” Nan asks if the NBA will move to China. Bill Graff points out that, Nike, huge sponsor of the NBA, has a lot of manufacturing in China, including in forced labor camps.



    Jo points out that the NBA apparel costs more than it used to and comments on cheap labor.



    Nan points out that Nike products face very high tariffs when sold in China. So, even though the products are manufactured in China, Chinese tourists make a practice out of stocking up on sports gear when they visit the US.



    Nan explains that having US sports figures or US entertainers visit China to give the regime legitimacy. He goes on to describe the documentary “Letter from Masanjia”, in which a letter from a prison camp was discovered by an Oregon woman in a package of Halloween decorations. The author of the letter made it out of China with the help of human rights activists, but was later killed.



    Letter From Masanjia:https://www.letterfrommasanjia.com/



    Bill Graff suggests that the profit margin on sports shoes must be huge and asks where the huge profits end up going. Nan suggests that, in the US, corporations publicly disclose their finances, but Chinese companies, even those listed on US stock exchanges, are not required to disclose financials and are not even audited.



    Terry in Felton is very sorry about Amy’s dog. She wonders about who the Chinese tourists are that are allowed to visit the US. She asks about the Chinese LGBTQ movement and also asks if China would mandate a COVID-19 vaccine.



    Nan explained that there are a lot of Chinese who have become very rich in the last 20 years, usually party officials, people with power or people with connections. Amy mentions that homosexuals were treated as criminals, even sentenced to death as recently as 1982. Nan mentions that the government forces abortions in China. Nan guesses that China would probably force their citizens to take a vaccine.



    Billy mentions that the Uyghurs, can be ordered by factories across China to work in Nike, Apple, Adidas, BMW, Samsung, Sony, Volkswage

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