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China’s beautiful metro systems

GuangZhou, GuangDong province.

China knows how to do infrastructure, and does it very well.

With Walk For You ...

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The beautiful DeTian waterfalls between China and Vietnam – don’t miss it

Awesome scenery; great film ...

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Planning war on China – part 37 – Don’t miss it !!

With The New Atlas - Inflection - Brian Berletic and Angelo Giuliano ...

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Bonus film - with Mark Sleboda - don't miss this either ...

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Planning war on China – part 29

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Planning war on China – part 24

With the Moderate Rebels / Ben Norton ...

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If either did not assist the other in time of war, they would go down soon after.

Neither Russia nor China are warmongers, neither seek some kind of world domination, only protection; hegemony is very much only a fantasy of the West (the neo-feudal elites, not the people).

Russia has the nukes, China has the manpower and manufacturing. Only together can they withstand the imminent war.

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China’s airports and train stations

With Rafa Goes Around! ...

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Shopping malls in China

ShenZhen, GuangDong province, plus ShangHai, including XinTianDi, and SuZhou, JiangSu province.

With Rafa Goes Around ...

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The ‘Uyghur Tribunal’ : predictable and dangerous propaganda

Brian Berletic : "It is no coincidence that the so-called 'Uyghur Tribunal's 'final ruling' coincided with a dump of supposedly 'leaked' documents and the US-led 'diplomatic boycott' of the BeiJing 2022 Olympics.

This is a massive propaganda campaign aimed at building hatred for China and justification for conflict with China."

Circus, lies, propaganda, theater, kangaroo court. Manufacturing consent. And the mainstream media play their role as war propagandists; a disgrace to the human race.

With The New Atlas ...

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Planning war on China – part 19

'An Outrage' : House passes largest military budget in generations - with Democracy Now / William Hartung ...

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Preparing you for war - with The New Atlas ...

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Planning war on China – part 15

“Socialism never took root in America because the poor see themselves not as an exploited proletariat, but as temporarily embarrassed millionaires.” ― John Steinbeck

On the 'China threat' scam - with The Geopolitics In Conflict Show ...

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How the West tries to blame China for climate change

Video : China : How the West tries to blame China for climate change

Planning war on China - part 12

Video : China : Planning war on China - part 12

An example of how the western MSM (main stream media) tries to convince you of their lies (hate). The real aim is to destroy the Chinese economy. In reality, it is the viewers who are being coerced / exploited. Mind control is controlling what one 'knows'. Demonisation of the 'other' is the first act of war. All about hegemony - colonialism rebranded as 'freedom and democracy'. With Daniel Dumbrill and Brian Berletic, dissecting what you are supposed to believe ... Because truth is sacred. Ben Norton of the Moderate Rebels on Intersectional Imperialism ...

China to Laos high speed rail link - win-win with the BRI

Video : China : China to Laos high speed rail link - win-win with the BRI

With The New Atlas ... Bonus films ...

*** Planning war on China - part 11 - don't miss it ***

Video : China : *** Planning war on China - part 11 - don't miss it ***

"US-sponsored separatist groups, backed by Washington for decades, are being mobilized to attack and undermine activities related to the BeiJing 2022 Olympics, starting with the torch relay in Greece. I explain the background of the “Free Tibet” movement and how the US government, through the CIA, backed it as early as the 1950s and transferred its operations to the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) [or 'Dominion' / enslavement]." With The New Atlas ... Bonus films - terror activities by US-backed 'opposition' in Myanmar ... Bonus film 2 - subverting the 'left' ... Bonus film 3 - on Ecuador ... Bonus film 4 - on Cambodia ... They say : "How dare you put your face in front of my fist ! Serve your master. Or else." More ... On the US plan to nuke Chinese cities - as revealed by Daniel Ellsberg, famous for the 'Pentagon Papers', with NuMuves ... On the Falun Gong cult ...

Taiwan discussion (and much more) with Einar Tangen

Video : China : Taiwan discussion (and much more) with Einar Tangen

With Einar Tangen ...

*** Planning war with China - part 10 - don't miss it ***

Video : China : *** Planning war with China - part 10 - don't miss it ***

Max : "Rules based world order = we make the rules, and we make the orders". Economic imperialism. With The GrayZone - professor Michael Hudson talks with Ben Norton and Max Blumenthal (3 very wise brains) ... Bonus film - on 'humane war'; rebranded war ('war is peace') - Aaron Maté talks with Samuel Moyn ... Bonus film 2 - on Hunter Biden's laptop ... Bonus film 3 - John Bolton challenged on Iran regime change, Afghanistan, US sanctions, bombing of Syria - with Afshin Rattansi ... Bonus film 4 - why Hillary Clinton smeared Tulsi Gabbard ...

Planning war with China - part 9

Video : China : Planning war with China - part 9

With Daniel Dumbrill ... Because truth is sacred. In China, the people are family. In the West, the people are livestock. THAT is the 'threat', to 'democracy' (rebranded slavery, both people and countries). The elite believe that the idea that all lives matter should not be allowed, ever. Deception and misdirection. Switch off the propaganda and open one's eyes ... Bonus film ... Bonus film 2 - how in the Obama years war was rebranded, but nothing really changed - Samuel Moyn in conversation with Aaron Mate - 'the Humane war' ...

Planning war with China - part 7

Video : China : Planning war with China - part 7

With The New Atlas ... US sanctions on Cambodia, for declining US interference ... Australian Puppets of American Empire - with Daniel Dumbrill and Robbie Barwick ... Bonus film - with The Grayzone ... Bonus film 2 - with The Moderate Rebels ... Bonus film 3 ... Bonus film 4 ... Bonus film 5 ...

Planning war with China - part 6

Video : China : Planning war with China - part 6

What is going on in geo-politics, including Ben Norton and Daniel Dumbrill ...

Train stations in China

Video : China : Train stations in China

With Rafa Goes Around! ...

*** Nefarious US aggression plans for Taiwan (breakaway province) and China (don't miss it) ***

Video : China : *** Nefarious US aggression plans for Taiwan (breakaway province) and China (don't miss it) ***

Hybrid war is well underway. Plans for a shooting war are being implemented with ever greater speed. With The Grayzone - don't miss it ... Bonus film - with The New Atlas / Brian Berletic ...

The de-facto occupation of Taiwan by the US

Video : China : The de-facto occupation of Taiwan by the US

With The New Atlas ... Bonus film - with The Grayzone ... Bonus film 2 - with Martin Jacques ... Bonus film 3 - 'whistleblowers' and censorship push - with The Moderate Rebels ... 'Mind control' is nothing more than controlling people by controlling what they 'know'. Bonus film 4 - neo-con Iraq War architect Bill Kristol in debate with anti-war writer Scott Horton - with The GrayZone ...

More on the West's war on China plans

Video : China : More on the West's war on China plans

With the Moderate Rebels ... The true meaning of 'conservative' lies in the first syllable 'con' - which is, that you go along with elite rule. The 'left' in the West is best understood as 'departed'; gone from any meaningful social principles, it is merely alt-right - same con, with some glitter. You only have the illusion of choice, of a say; that illusion is your consent. 'Pick a card, any card ...' In China, the people are family. In the West, the people are livestock. Bonus film ... Bonus film 2 (Malaysia) ... Bonus film 3 (Thailand) (warning - gruesome) ... Bonus film 4 (Myanmar) ... Bonus film 5 ... Bonus film 6 (Nicaragua) ... BeiJingBuzzz - where truth is sacred.

Airports in China

Video : China : Airports in China

With Rafa Goes Around ...

Planning war with China - part 4

Video : China : Planning war with China - part 4

Planned for 50 years. Expected by 2025. With The New Atlas - Angelo Giuliano and Brian Berletic - don't miss it ... Bonus film - on Myanmar - with The New Atlas ... Bonus film 2 - on Thailand - with The New Atlas ... Bonus film 3 - with Professor Michael Hudson ... Bonus film 4 - the US / UK plot to assassinate Julian Assange - with The GrayZone ... Bonus film 5 - the US / UK plot to assassinate Julian Assange - with Going Underground / RT ... Bonus film 6 - the US / UK plot to assassinate Julian Assange - with The Moderate Rebels ... Bonud film 7 - How will AUKUS impact the ASEAN countries - with The New Atlas ...

Planning for war with China

Video : China : Planning for war with China

"This week we discuss the roll out of “AUKUS” and how it fits into long-standing plans to encircle and contain China as well as set the stage for what US war planners call a limited conflict with China aimed at destroying its economy, setting it and Asia back decades, and ensuring Western hegemony for years to come." With The New Atlas - Don't miss it ... Bonus film - with The Grayzone ... Bonus film - Myanmar : US-backed NUG opposition declares war on its own country ... Bonus film 2 - US CENCOM Admits Afghan "Revenge" Drone Strike Killed Only Civilians, Including 7 Children ... Bonus film 3 - On manufactured ignorance, with Chris Hedges, On Contact RT ...

Technology in China discussion

Video : China : Technology in China discussion

With Richard Turrin ...

The rise of Chinese industry

Video : China : The rise of Chinese industry

With Professor Richard Wolff / Democracy At Work ... On the Occupy Wall Street movement ... On capitalism, with RJ Eskow ...

Planning war on China - part 8

Video : China : Planning war on China - part 8

With The New Atlas ... Bonus film - with Daniel Dumbrill ... Bonus film 2 - with NuMuves ... Bonus film 3 - with Professor Michael Hudson ... Bonus film 4 - with George Galloway and Afshin Rattansi ... Bonus film 5 - propaganda theater ...

American empire and global propaganda - part 2

Video : China : American empire and global propaganda - part 2

Illusion and control. 'Democracy' allows elite rule, with your consent; its about empire. Don't you just hate being lied to ? With The New Atlas - don't miss it ... "A relentless propaganda war is being waged by the US and its allies against China in a desperate bid to maintain Western hegemony and obstruct the rise of China and Eurasia."

American empire and global propaganda

Video : China : American empire and global propaganda

How the Western MSM is fake news. Many seemingly independent vlogs are also employed. 'Exporting democracy (your consent for the elite's rule)' is really about empire. Don't miss it. With Daniel Dumbrill and Brian Berletic ... Bonus film - with the Moderate Rebels - Western MSM is the MIC's mouthpiece ...

The West's use of proxy forces in Asia

Video : China : The West's use of proxy forces in Asia

The US empire employs the same playbook wordwide. With The New Atlas ... Including Thailand ... And Myanmar ... And Cambodia ... And TaiWan ... And China itself ...

Jeffrey Sachs on China and the West

Video : China : Jeffrey Sachs on China and the West

Western imperialism and the MeKong river

Video : China : Western imperialism and the MeKong river

With The New Atlas ... Bonus film - the role of western MSM - with the Moderate Rebels ...

The amazing growth of China's high-speed rail network

Video : China : The amazing growth of China's high-speed rail network

YT comment : dominique ridoux : True story: I once visited a couple of friends in their flat in downtown Shanghai city. When I arrived the whole street was under construction, the road, the side walks, everything... We had lunch, played mahjong, then dinner. When I went out after the evening dinner, the street was completely finished! New asphalt, sidewalks paved and new trees planted all the way. I even went back thinking my friend's building had 2 entrances... The big difference with us in Europe is when a decision is made the do some infrastructure work, they will put as many workers as needed to do it very quickly, they cannot afford to have streets blocked for weeks in a city of 23 million people like Shanghai. In China everything is about efficiency because they have no other choice. Can you afford to queue for tickets and so on in a city of 23 millions? No! Ok, let's all use Wechat and Alipay to increase efficiency... Done in a few years! Almost nobody is using cash anymore in China! They apply the same mindset to everyday activity, may it be transportation, food industry or even paying your taxes! The result is (as far as I am concerned) a full body check (including check in, CT scan, blood work etc) in less than 2 hours including a complementary breakfast for less than 400 Euros. Or Visa application done in 20 minutes. All car parkings are using plate recognition technology decreasing time wasting again and again. High speed train are efficient, can move large amounts of people at a fantastic pace. Also as mentioned by many people, they build "hubs", you get out of the train and you have 2 or even 3 subway lines to bring you to your final destination, more and more you even have the airport hub at a walking distance! We have a similar hub in Paris (CDG with RER and TGV within the airport walking distance) but the size of it in Shanghai makes it spectacular! YT comment : rhn94 China spent 1 Trillion USD over 10-15 years building this network, that is 1/4th the cost of the Iraq War the US paid. YT comment : Pal Sih China is building their country. USA is destroying other countries. YT comment : thata xx The best part of China's high speed train is you can order food from any of the restaurants in the station on your phone and designate at what time during which stop to have it delivered to you. During the 2-3 minutes stop, your food is already there waiting to be distributed to you on the train. I miss it so much.

China's new 600 kph maglev rail, and what it means for Belt & Road partners

Video : China : China's new 600 kph maglev rail, and what it means for Belt & Road partners

China : western MSM (gov. intel) BS vs. reality

Video : China : China : western MSM (gov. intel) BS vs. reality

1921 - 2021 : 100 years of the CPC ...

Video : China : 1921 - 2021 : 100 years of the CPC ...

Bonus film - China Celebrates its Rise from Humiliated Colony to Global Power with The New Atlas ...

Typical evening activity in China

Video : China : Typical evening activity in China

All Chinese cities and towns re full of public spaces and parks that fill with dance and exercise and joy every evening ...

Walks in China - in 4K ...

Video : China : Walks in China - in 4K ...

With Walk East ...

The West's information firewall

Video : China : The West's information firewall

With Daniel Dumbrill ... 'None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free' — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe. More generally, belief is the end of truth - BB. In the West, slavery never ended - it became the whole flock. Metal chains were replaced by mental chains. 'Mind control' - control the people by controlling what they 'know'. The 'cold war' is an info war. Simply look at what is being done rather than what is said is being done. Else a firewall will be constructed in your mind, beyond which you cannot see reality. In China, the people are family. In the West, the people are merely livestock, to benefit the elite. This really is not a wild exaggeration - it is the truth and the real reason for the cold war - elite rule versus everyone should prosper and be happy. The idea that 'all lives matter', is the threat to neo-feudalists, who wave slogans of freedom and human rights and democracy, while redistributing wealth to themselves.

The economics of the US new cold war on China and Russia

Video : China : The economics of the US new cold war on China and Russia

Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton talk with economist Michael Hudson. Don't miss it ...

Why we love to live in China

Video : China : Why we love to live in China

A new life in China

Video : China : A new life in China

"We are a family of four from the USA that recently moved to China for a couple of years for work. We would like to use this channel to share with you our experiences and adventures that encounter along the way. Enjoy!"

Daniel Dumbrill talks with Max Blumenthal of Moderate Rebels - XinJiang and the US empire's war drive

Video : China : Daniel Dumbrill talks with Max Blumenthal of Moderate Rebels - XinJiang and the US empire's war drive

Important information on today's geopolitics. Do not miss it. XinJiang and the US empire's war drive ... More from the Moderate Rebels channel ... The 'threat' is that of a good example. In China, the people are family. In the West, the people are merely livestock. In the West, it is government by and for the elite (though wrapped in the candyfloss of elections). The Military Industrial Complex plays a part, but the biggest part is the western elites' superiority complex - colonialism never went away, it just became more subtle (but no less brutal).

Eric Li on China's rise

Video : China : Eric Li on China's rise

A fascinating interview with Afshin Rattansi. Don't miss it ...

Coming to terms with the the return of China

Video : China : Coming to terms with the the return of China

An in-depth discussion with Aaron Bastani and Martin Jacques. If interested in what is happening in the world today, or in history, politics, and geo-politics, this is a must-see ...

The West's true goal and propaganda war

Video : China : The West's true goal and propaganda war

With Daniel Dumbrill ... Daniel talks with Max Blumenthal of Moderate Rebels ... More from the Moderate Rebels channel ... The 'threat' is that of a good example. In China, the people are family. In the West, the people are merely livestock. In the West, it is government by and for the elite (though wrapped in the candyfloss of elections). The Military Industrial Complex plays a part, but the biggest part is the western elites' superiority complex - colonialism never went away, it just became more subtle (but no less brutal).

Amazing, beautiful China

Video : China : Amazing, beautiful China

Hundreds of videographers helped make this 2019 film for celebrating China's 70th anniversary. Don't miss it !

Ending poverty (2 / 2)

Video : China : Ending poverty (2 / 2)

Ending poverty (1 / 2)

Video : China : Ending poverty (1 / 2)

In the West, poverty is tolerated; some say even necessary. China, however, aimed to end this once and for all. Today, China is almost at the point of eradicating poverty. Let's take a look at how it was achieved ...

BeiJingBuzzz is 15 years old ! A retrospect ...

Video : China : BeiJingBuzzz is 15 years old !  A retrospect ...

Just a taster till January 2021. For the first few days it wasn't even going to be a video based site - but within a week it was. But back in 2005, there were few videos and the quality of what did exist was, er, not great ; ) But we had a vision ... 15 years can be a long time in the tech world. We'll bring you some memories of yesteryear here in the coming weeks. We have always focused on the very best - wacky, wonderful, awe-inspiring, beautiful, awakening ... A typically eclectic mix of wonderful on the way. But we can't say that without a little taster ... A contemporary arts zone in north east BeiJing with many galleries, bookshops, cafes and more. Changes all the time; though some 1950s factory look lingers. If you like to wander and come across the unexpected, it is well worth a visit. A fascinating place and an example of the 'new China'. With Jason Zhang ... Nothing really ends ... there's always an echo ... but what will that be ... ? From 2010, ShangHai city center flash mob - feel the heat. Bad Romance, Jai Ho, Rolling on the River, and more ... One of the most beautiful pieces of music that your ears will ever hear - 默 那英歌曲 吉他弹唱 ... Ongmanibamai - Dai Qing Tana and the HAYA band (ethnic Mongolian) ... There are really no words; nirvana ... More great music (click here) ...

Cyrus Janssen on China

Video : China : Cyrus Janssen on China

China’s Mega Projects (2/5) : the efficient and hospitable 24-hour mega-city

Video : China : China’s Mega Projects (2/5) : the efficient and hospitable 24-hour mega-city

China’s Mega Projects (1/5) : Manufacturing

Video : China : China’s Mega Projects (1/5) : Manufacturing

Why China is different

Video : China : Why China is different

A talk by Martin Jacques; October 2020.

Why is Western media so biased against China ?

Video : China : Why is Western media so biased against China ?

With Cyrus Janssen ... Comment by Gustavo Andrés ... There is an overwhelming assumption in the West that China’s Achilles heel is the state: that it lacks legitimacy. This is the underlying reason why Westerners believe that China’s transformation is unsustainable: that the political system cannot survive. It would be wrong to suggest that attitudes have not shifted: the endurance of the reform period, now over 35 years old, and the scale of its achievement have bred a growing if still grudging respect, and a less apocalyptic view of Chinese political change. Few now regard it to be imminent and many have extended their time horizons somewhat into the future. Nevertheless, most Westerners still regard China’s present political order as lacking legitimacy and as ultimately unsustainable. In the post 1945 period, Westerners have come to believe that Western-style democracy – essentially universal suffrage and a multi-party system – is more or less the sole source of a government’s legitimacy. This is a superficial and ahistorical position. Western-style democracy does not ensure the legitimacy of a regime in the eyes of its people: Italy is perhaps the classic example, with successive governments over a long historical period experiencing a chronic lack of legitimacy. And what of China? Although it does not have Western-style democracy, there is plenty of evidence – for example the Pew Global Attitude surveys and the work of Tony Saich at the Harvard Kennedy School – that the Chinese government enjoys high levels of support and legitimacy, much higher indeed than those of Western governments. How do we explain this? Clearly the reason is not Western-style democracy because China has not chosen this path. The late Lucian W. Pye, in his book ‘Asian Power and Politics’, argues that Western scholars have, in their understanding of politics, prioritised political systems over political cultures: Pye argues, correctly in my view, that the opposite is the case. His insight is highly relevant to the Chinese case. The relationship between the state and society in China is very different from that which characterises Western societies. There are three key elements. First, China is primarily a civilization-state rather than a nation-state, with the overriding and extremely difficult age-old task of government being to maintain the unity of China and its civilization. This has lent the state an enduring authority, importance and centrality in China that is very different from the Western nation-state tradition. The state is intrinsic to China in a way that this is not true in Western societies: they are, in effect, in large degree synonymous. Furthermore the Chinese regard the state in some degree as an expression and extension of themselves. Second, whereas in Western societies the state is seen in an instrumentalist and utilitarian way – in other words, what will it do for me? – in China, following from the Confucian tradition and the idea that the Emperor should model himself on the father’s role as the head of the family, the state is perceived in a familial way, whence the expression ‘nation-family’, or the idea of China as an extended family. Or, to put it another way, in Western societies the state is viewed as an external and somewhat artificial construct, for the Chinese it is an intimate. Third, a much higher premium is placed on the efficiency and efficacy of the state than in the West, whence the importance of meritocracy in the recruitment of public servants. In the West, discussion about the state largely revolves around the manner by which the government is selected, in China, by way of contrast, the competence of the state assumes priority. Fourthly, following from the previous point, the state is expected and required to deliver in China. Over the last few decades, of course, it has presided over and masterminded a huge transformation, the most remarkable in modern economic history. The contrast between the performance of the Chinese and Western economies is manifest. In summary, the relationship between the state and society in China and the West is profoundly different and the reasons lie in the historical and cultural differences between them. They can and should learn from each other but they will remain distinct. So what of the future? As I mentioned at the outset, it is axiomatic in the West that sooner or later China will face a crisis of governance that will result in profound reform along Western lines. In reality, it seems far more likely that the crisis of governance will occur in the West than China. The United States and Europe are in decline and, as a consequence, their ruling elites and political systems are already suffering from declining legitimacy and authority, a process that is likely to continue. China, in contrast, is a rising power whose ruling elite is likely to enjoy growing status and prestige as a consequence. China, though, faces its own kind of governance challenge. The country is changing at extraordinary speed. If one thinks of how the life of an ordinary person has changed over the course of the last three decades, then this is a measure of how everything else, including political rule, must also change in order to survive. Of course, transparency, representivity and accountability have been transformed since Mao’s death, but this is a dynamic process and arguably the greatest changes still lie in the future. It is not that China needs to or should change its system – it has stood the test of time and managed to stay abreast of and lead the wider transformations – but, this notwithstanding, more profound ways must be found to modernise the political system and its institutions if they are to meet the demands and expectations of a very different society.

Civilizations - the 'West' and the re-rise of China

Video : China : Civilizations - the 'West' and the re-rise of China

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