this fella is spot on, let's hope that the rest of the free world gets on the same bandwagon
Global lawsuits against China for “patent breaches” of the International Health Regulations over its handling of COVID-19 could run to at least £3.2 trillion from just the nations of the G7, according to HJS' report.
The report claims that the Chinese government’s early handling of the disease and failure to adequately report information to the WHO breached Articles Six and Seven of the International Health Regulations [IHRs], a Treaty to which China is a signatory and legally obliged to uphold. These breaches allowed the outbreak to rapidly spread outside Wuhan, its place of origin.
Is it any wonder that views of China have grown more negative in recent years across many advanced economies, and unfavorable opinion has soared over the past year, a new 14-country Pew Research Center survey shows. Today, a majority in each of the surveyed countries has an unfavorable opinion of China. And in Australia, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, the United States, South Korea, Spain and Canada, negative views have reached their highest points since the Center began polling on this topic more than a decade ago.
China is throwing more weight around Australia.
In WA the previous Barnett Government gave China a 99 year lease on the Ord River food growing bowl with no exit clause (I remember Barnett said they would have to look into it once a reporter pointed this out after reading through the document release). They also sold a few dairy properties to them as well.
The current WA government has sold a Kimberleys airport to the Chinese for $1 (there are probably other dealings but cannot think of them) and the Queensland government sold one of the island in the Whitsundays to Chinese developers, they closed down the airport and jetty so local house renters had to leave the island as there was no way for supplies to arrive or for them to get back and forth to the mainland.
The Chinese government is now donating to PNG and want to build a $100 million industrial fish processing plant on an island just outside the Australian waters boundary. An expert said there is not that many fish in that area.
There was no islands to develop near Japan so they built man made islands to put their military bases. Whose iron ore are they using to built the military facilities on these islands and also to increase the numbers of navy ships.
China warns of retaliation after New York Stock Exchange delists three major companies
China says it will take necessary "counter-measures" in response to the New York Stock Exchange's move to delist three major Chinese telecoms, in the latest flare-up of tensions between Beijing and Washington.
The suspensions stem from Donald Trump's executive order targeting so-called "Communist China military companies"
China has said it will take "necessary counter-measures" to protect its companies
The Trump administration has recently stepped up economic sanctions and travel bans against Chinese companies
The stock exchange announced on Thursday that it would delist China Telecom Corp, China Mobile and China Unicom Hong Kong, with trading of the companies to be suspended some time between January 7 and January 11.
The move stems from an executive order President Donald Trump issued on November 12, barring investment in publicly traded companies that the US Government says are owned or controlled by the Chinese military.