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490 views • April 4, 2021

Gordon Chang: Political Turmoil in Beijing; Big Brands Boycott Xinjiang Cotton | Wide Angle

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“If Xi Jinping doesn’t respect Biden… [Xi] could really push the United States and International community to war,” Gordon Chang told Wide Angle this week. What’s more, political turmoil in Beijing could add to Chinese regime volatility, leading to even more unpredictable and dangerous behavior from their side. The U.S. and Western democracies have recently sanctioned CCP officials for the genocide of the Uyghur in Xinjiang (North West China). Nike, H&M and other retailers are boycotting Xinjiang ‘slave-labor’ cotton. The reaction of China’s propaganda machine to this has been confused and contradictory, suggesting internal competition and dispute. The CCP’s 16 minute ‘war-wolf’ attack on the U.S. at the Alaska talks 2 weeks ago may just prove to be the spark of a FINALLY, serious U.S. stance against the CCP. If so, let’s hope it unfolds in time to curb the violations of the Chinese regime and prevent global catastrophe. #BoycottXinjiangCotton​ #CCPwar​-wolf #Genocide​ 🎯Subscribe YouTube👉​ 🎯Watch us on Youmaker👉​ - Support us👉​ - Follow us on Telegram👉​ Parler:​ Gab:​ Facebook:​ - Podcast:​ Visit us on Rumble:​ ------------------------------------------------- © All Rights Reserved.
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