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Part 40: Transcription, "Awan Brotherhood / Hillary's Hackers"

George Webb
The following are best-effort transcriptions of the George Webb Video Series. The series is a daily, ongoing open source investigation of HRC with researchers in #HRCRatline on twitter and facebook and trello.
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  • CONTINUED... [Day 195.2. Hillary'Hillarys, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 2 - YouTube]
    • If you look at previous drug operations, for instance, that we ran in Iraq with David Petraeus--if you read his book again, not my book all in, he talks about half of the people that were taken in kidnappings, or or what they call "extractions" in Special Forces were done without firing a shot.
    • Now how do you go into a hostile village with all these automatic weapons and all these guards and all this Isis and so forth, and not fire a shot?
    • And the way it's done is you fly over the village with--and you spray it with a sarin like substance--this is the same testing that they did in Porton Down important down in England in the 50s, with over Norwich and other towns along the coast and seacoast they had done it under over inland towns as well but then they wanted to see how the sea mist and the sea winds and
    • So forth affected it that's why they chose some of those coastal England towns, and everybody just goes to sleep.
    • You don't go to sleep right away but it operates in your parasympathetic nervous system--you kind of nod off kind of thing now they they do it at 2:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m. so that people are driving and so forth aren't affected, but every once a while you'll see a train driver fall asleep and stuff where they've done spraying US.
    • But when everybody's asleep you don't need to go in with a big team.
    • So if you have eight pot growers--let's say in Peebles Ohio--and this is Pike County, and their name is Rhoden.
    • There's six boys and there's two two wives, but they're all have guns they have 20 dogs and you would have to go in there with gosh 20 or 30 automatic weapons and and bulletproof vests, and if you're going to take those guys out.
    • Or you can spray em. Once you spray em, everybody goes asleep.
    • All you need is two Somali kids from a war-torn nation that have already shot seven or eight people in the head--by the time they're 13--
    • When they go in there everybody's asleep, they just they just shoot everybody in the head.
    • And that's exactly what happened in the Rhoden killings.
    • And all you need is a handler like Stevie Stevens, come down pick them up in Columbus, and then go to Pike County, and do that shooting, and that's exactly what happened in that shooting.
    • If you release the DNA evidence, Sheriff Reader, or release the tips, then we can follow up on that.
    • If in the other case, if in the Cleveland car dealer shooting, the Kuznik shooting, if they release the DNA for Stevie Stevens, and his phone records, we can see where he went a year before.
    • But if you just follow these handlers around, it'll kind of follow the kill ratlines.
    • So. We will be going to Ohio and I hope to interview Sheriff Pfizer.
    • And I would like to go to Peebles, Ohio and interview the mother, and the widow as well.
    • These are the kids were not you know Rhodes Scholars.
    • I'm not saying that, but they were growing pot. I mean it wasn't like they were running child sex rings, or any of the other stuff that's going on you know with the political class.
    • And they did not deserve to be murdered--I mean that's just ridiculous
    • So that's round two and we'll keep recording hopefully I get my PC issues challenged
    • So you won't have to look at my mug and we'll move on from there
  • [Day 195.3. Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 3 - YouTube]
    • Okay day 9 195 part three
    • One of the things I also wanted to talk about was off, offing the expenses of ratlines on to the Government.
    • In foreign countries, what DynCorp was allowed to do is: basically use the police forces that they were training to exact taxes on the country. And so the country was actually paying for the enforcement network.
    • But then someone had the bright idea: "well why don't we make all the people involved in our ratline confidential informants? If we make them confidential informants, then we can say that it's part of national security, and then have that part of the ratline"
    • So nine-tenths of the ratline is is informants and operatives
    • So we'll just off--we'll just put those off-book as well... we'll co-op the government expenses for those as well.
    • Well if you're running a ratline in the United States, you go, "well we got the sheriff okay the government's paying for that part of the red line, couldn't we do the same thing? Couldn't we have confidential informants working anti-terrorism, and teach these folks doing some you know light surveillance just you waiting at a location till somebody shows up, and sending a text saying they're there that kind of thing low-level low-level, relay work--what they used to call relay work.
    • Well guess what? That's exactly what happened.
    • Danna Priest a great journalist from the Washington Post, did a expose called Top Secret America in 2017.
    • So we really haven't had any work on this since 2017. But what she outlined was these 2,000 private companies.
    • It's basically a retirement plan for people in the intelligence community.
    • Basically they go start a security company, and there's these massive security companies you know like the one that Snowden worked for.
    • And G4S and and these mega companies. But then they hire a whole Christmas tree of security companies below them.
    • And at the street level it could be you know you can hire a landscaper with eight lawn cutters as your security company as your ratline.
    • And again if I'm sitting at a 7-eleven, waiting for a car to show up, with a certain license plate, and then it shows up, and then I text that back to whoever, it owns my quote/unquote security company I just made you know 15 bucks an hour for two hours, it's it's 30 bucks.
    • That allows me to buy supply when it comes in
    • So it's it's also kind of a jobs program. And it's kind of an ingenious jobs program of kind of putting the cost of running the ratline on to the people of the United States, rather than paying that in reducing profit......
    • So I just thought I would throw that in, oh by the way, those number of private security companies in America through DHS Department of Homeland Security has gone from 2200, when she wrote the article up to around I think the company that was tracking it in Ohio--it was around 7,000 in 2016, or 15 maybe. I'm guessing that is the numbers around 10,000
    • Now that's 10,000 organizations not employees the number of employees I would guess is about a hundred per.
    • But no accounting black-budget DynCorp we have no idea how much money is actually being spent but why not employ your ratline? That way they have money to buy the stuff that you're bringing in.
    • Also by the way the contacts with the ax wants Awans with their ability to reach into the DHS system, would be a fantastic way of managing your ratlines.
    • You could see all your people, all your payments, where your people are, what they've earned to date, all those kind of important things.
    • And again it's it's just taking what's been done overseas with DynCorp and bringing it to the United States
  • [Day 195.4. Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 4 - YouTube]
    • Payday 195 part 4
    • This is where I get to do corrections
    • No I was wrong: Dana Priest did Top-Secret America, one of the best series in Washington Post history.
    • The best reporting on the Intelligence Community, since the beginning of the CIA.
    • Was in 2010--Top Secret America--it was so good that Washington Post came back, and made it a--what I consider the best kind of journalism possible, where you can go on the site, with Washington Post, and interact with all the data she pulled together, and she had a couple of folks that she worked with, but Dana Priest was really the one who led the charge, and deserve that Pulitzer Prize.
    • And 2010 I think the Washington Post still has that site at because it was so good, and other research institutions continue to add to the research base that she created.
    • And as I have said in the past, I think the future of journalism is data-driven journalism, where the actual citizen journalists can interact with the data, and I'm try to do the same thing with the stuff that's created.
    • That metadata that's created from this series, with all the great research that's been done out there, I think we're up to three million words now, and all the metadata from the scraping.
    • Five Bibles plate King James Version 750 thousand words.
    • So yeah, about six Bibles, but it'll continue to grow more and more, and that's not counting the links the articles were the links point to which also have entities
    • So sometimes I don't make mistakes, sometimes I deliberately make mistakes...is what I should have said.
    • Yeah I knew Aristophanes calculated the circumference of the earth.
    • I just wanted to say Archimedes so badly, and it's a good story actually, because Archimedes was from Syracuse, Sicily, and you've got Aristophanes from where Libya is, not too far from Benghazi, in a place near modern-day Shiraz.
    • They both meet in Alexandria in Egypt, on the on the Nile, on the Mediterranean Sea.
    • So it's kind of an east-meets-west story.
    • They were contemporaries of each other.
    • So you know they're Stephanie's story now and modeling: it just shows you the power of modeling.
    • If you see the model enough, if you see enough parts of the earth, and you come up with the principle in simple terms, so that anyone in you know ninth grade math class, can recreate what you did, on any given summer solstice, or winter solstice, then you you hit on something--you've got a good principle.
    • And that's what I try to do in this series. I try to do that with, you know, showing the three-man-kill-teams.
    • I try to show that without DynCorp does with operates with sheriffs here in the US, and overseas I try to keep establishing those patterns as a matter-of-fact if you go to the home right now of Aristophanes which was in Cyrene, near Shirat, there's a modern-day slave market
    • So. In 2600 years, 2700 years I don't think we progressed that much, by having DynCorp run things.
    • On the flip side, Archimedes is known for the displacement of water--the Archimedean screw, the parabolic reflector, all these things I have to tell the story though--because it's my series, I can do what I want--of displacement, because you have the problem of a king with a crown. And a goldsmith made it for him. And they suspected the Goldsmith was mixing in silver to try to, you know up the profit a little bit.
    • It's kind of like a DynCorp contract you know, working in operatives, and calling them agents, and trying to get full pay...
    • So what they said is, "hey can you calculate how much gold should actually be in this?"
    • Well, everyone that they took it to, said, " well, you have to melt the crown down."
    • Archimedes said, "wait a minute now: if we put it in water what will happen is it'll displace the amount of water, that it's equal to the volume of the crown {{ marking the displacement line and removing the crown }}, then we'll take the water--we'll make equal volume in gold, we'll melt the gold, and we'll see if we'll put another equal amount of gold {{ to bring water up to the line...achieve the displacement }}, and we'll weigh [the crown and the 'amount of gold', displacing the same amount of water, next to] each other, that's how we'll know if it's all gold or not--very simple solution
    • I love the models, because the models then can be held up against reality and we can see what the truth really is.
    • And you're going to find this over and over again--these anomalies:
    • The Awans making $160,000 a year
    • The Awans with the passwords to Debbie Wasserman Schultz's laptop
    • The Awans getting the vault 7 hacking tools from the CIA,
    • The FBI director saying we can't release the metadata of the emails that the people of the United States owned through the Federal Records Act
    • We can't even release the metadata of your emails people of the United States of America, because it's not proof.
    • Well it doesn't matter if it's not proof, we own those emails you need to release the metadata at least of those emails doesn't matter of national security is involved or not because it was a violation of the law to plan and scheme with those emails to begin with
    • Same thing is true with all along the way here, in the investigation.
    • And these things, these models are like a litmus test, that you can apply in all situations.
    • The Kallstrom model of investigation, I call it: just "what would a common-sense investigator do?" and then compare that to the reality of what's actually happening
    • So there's a little bit of philosophy here, a little bit of history, a little bit of east-meets-west, a little bit of DynCorp motivation.
    • I think the DynCorp--if they were doing the crown...it would probably be all silver but a little bit of gold of gold plate on it
    • {{ 911:word}}
    • And that's it for round 4
  • [Day 195.5 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 5 - YouTube]
    • Okay day 195 part 5.
    • I'm in Plymouth Indiana on the way to Pittsburgh.
    • I won't exactly say why right now, but maybe stop in Ohio, but I don't want to be--I want to get a little element of surprise.
    • Anyway I just published to here Javed's social security number
    • Now I know what everybody's saying is, "oh my god he's a billionaire--if that's the same Tahir Javed, and he runs a ratline, and George, your dead, Pakistani ISI... okay, yeah maybe.
    • But what it's called Misprision.
    • Misprision of treason.
    • It's not "prison" I'm not mis-saying the word missed "prison".
    • It's Misprision of treason: it's against the law to not turn in or provide information to the FBI if you believe someone's committing treason or spying on the United States of America.
    • So I really don't have a choice here.
    • I'd do it anyway, but I don't really have a choice.
    • The reasons why I publish his social security number is just like the ax wands Awans: multiple Social Security numbers, multiple aliases, more than five or six houses in different states, Maryland again, Virginia again, Florida again, Pennsylvania again, it lots of overlap.
    • The two cities where we had houses before. And again, with multiple dates of issuance for the Social Security number 89 in 2002. And then they shut off the sixth social security information 2014.
    • I just don't, like you know, I can't take any chances. I'm really not taking chances for the American people--I'm taking a chance here personally probably with the billionaire's social security number.
    • But I'm not going to take chances with the American people.
    • {{ 911: translation: I'm putting my own life on the line for you. Thanks for that George. You're a hero }}
  • [Day 196.1. Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 1 - YouTube]
    • Okay day 196 I'm going to be traveling today to Pittsburgh
    • So I'm going to not be able to get to my slides.
    • If you watch the series, you'll notice I do a lot on modus operandi basically it's saying if there's a bank robbery in town, you look at all the people who've robbed banks before, and the people who are closest are most likely to have committed that crime versus somebody lives in India--let's say if you have a robber here in Indiana.
    • I don't know why that logic can't be applied across the board. motor swap around I modus operandi--I'm pretty sure it's Latin term that's been around for over 2,000 years.
    • You've got Feta Gulen--for people who don't know him Gulen--you can google it B being involved in a terrorist organization called FETO our key NATO partner in the Middle East--our only NATO partner in the Middle East, Turkey.
    • A person who he's known in for thirty years says he is a terrorist. And his organization FETO is a terrorist organization. Where does this person live? Somewhere close to the United States? NO! In Pittsburgh near not Pittsburgh near Philadelphia... near New York near Washington DC
    • So I look at those things. Well what was the modus operandi of Feta Gulen?
    • Well he helped infiltrate governments by taking them down with the needle--meaning opioids, rather than the gun.
    • He did it in 1979--operations like Cyclone working with Pakistani intelligence.
    • He did it with in Gladio B--if you want to google that Gladio B in Central Asia again Pakistani intelligence.
    • He did it in Turkey with politicians, lawyers, key police officials, military police officials, and doctors that was the most recent attempt for a coup
    • Nowhe's doing again in the United States
    • So what I do is I just present evidence and then let people make their own decisions
  • [Day 195.2. 196.2 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 2 - YouTube]
    • Okay day 196
    • This is part 2.
    • Just on the subject of modus operandi and Gulen, I found a really good article.
    • So they sent me a good series by a guy named Tariq Saeeid (Saeedi), basically I didn't I've never read him before, but basically just agreed, and supported everything I said about Gulen this morning.
    • And the other thing about the CIA running these operations is--it's the same thing over and over.
    • They just change the names
    • So the next operation I'd like everybody to Google just so there's a fact base here, it's [Operation Duck Soup]()
    • So it was taking those Chinese villagers--those Hmong's to grow opium--they're the ones who basically left China, when China went communist, and Chiang kai-shek-- was Formosa now Taiwan--and they grew opium, and the opium was flown--the heroin was flown into the Demilitarized Zone during the Vietnam War.
    • And that's how the opium, or the heroin crisis started in the United States.
    • The idea was will infect the soldiers first, get them introduced to heroin, and then they'll bring it back to all the cities in the United States, and that started in 1963 with Henry Kissinger.
    • But I'm not trying to pin this on Kissinger, but and Richard Holbrooke fought it, and all that.
    • So if you want to look at operation Duck Soup. It was basically using the needle again, against the American soldier.
    • Soldiers are a great target, because they're all together in one--they're clustered at ports, you can get at them with your own doctors, and it's a captive audience.
    • And again here we are 40 years later, we're targeting soldiers again.
    • The incidence of opioids--I think coming back from the Vietnam War was about 25 percent of the folks had some form of addiction problem.
    • I think now, coming back the soldiers are--I think I saw Brian Williams with MSNBC talking about 50%. 50% of the soldiers. * How is that not duck soup? That's duck soup!
    • So that's I'm here in Toledo making my way across Ohio going to Cleveland
  • [Day 195.3 196.3. Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 3 - YouTube]
    • Okay day 196 here near Strongsville Ohio
    • I just wanted to do an update on Gulen, and why I talked about Gulen this morning, and it's the linkage to Osama bin Laden.
    • I couldn't really do the linkage to Osama bin Laden, until I talked about Gulen, and his work in 1979, with the Mujahideen.
    • In all these revolutions, and all these coups, you need what? Infrastructure: you need an infrastructure guy, you got to make sure that you control the electrical grid, that you control the phone grid, the cell phones if the country has cell phones; the water supply, all the train routes; all the roads, and you need to put people in positions before the coup that you know control those things, the airports etc
    • So that's what I'm talking about is Gulen has done this for about 35 years now
    • And he's doing it in the United States.
    • He just tried it in Turkey
    • So, the reason why I'm going to Scranton, the reason why I'm going to Saylorsburg again, is to show this relationship
    • Now, all along the way, that's been tied to the Mujahideen.
    • The Mujahideen is the Pakistani ISI overt operations
    • So Gulen is the covert operations, and Osama bin Laden, Mujahideen, Pakistani ISI, all the same thing--is the over operations
    • So, that whole ratline I'm talking about: Pakistan to Turkey--that's that ratline I'm talking about then, in effect at least since 1979, but really the Mujahideen, really start that in Afghanistan, and then move it to Kosovo, through Albania in 1993 with Hillary.
    • So that's the connection to Hillary {{ 911:Iran-Contra / Mena AK. via "Amjad Awan" AND Huma/WeineAwans }}
    • Now the connections of the yuan brothers Awan brothers is they're Pakistani ISI, and they're being funded with the drug money from Turkey from Gulen about 90 miles away in Saylorsburg, and I'm drawing in that connection, and thickening that connection, because that's who's paying for it.
    • I did the 12 houses, I show the serial numbers tied to those 12 houses, with your Awan brothers
    • I just did Javed's 12 houses--also Pakistani ISI that's where the money is coming from
  • [Day 195.4 196.4 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 4 - YouTube]
    • Okay this is day 195196 part four.
    • The reason I'm here in Pittsburgh now filming this Salvation Army, was this used to be the front organizations where you could crash, if you were a CIA operative, or whatever.
    • The original Gladio program was through the Salvation Army in Eastern Europe.
    • As a matter-of-fact, Madeleine Albright's dad was a in the Salvation Army in Czechoslovakia, and that was the key resistance Gladio resistance by the CIA.
    • So much more so in the United Europe in the United States
    • So, I thought I would show that picture there.
    • And then just say that things have moved on. Now the Awan brothers, you know the Awan brothers and nicer places like this.
    • But they're safe houses all the same.
    • Barry Seal--just a little trivia--Barry Seal was shot in front of one of these in New Orleans, because he was trying to get to the safe house.
    • Barry Seal's the famous pilot who went from Mena Airport, and took weapons to Nicaragua, and then brought back cocaine.
    • And just across the street there's a City of Asylum--and it's this new form of restaurant slash bookstore, that is sort of a, oh, it would be a social justice type of restaurant book store.
    • And you can see there's a currently a nice quartet performing, and they have a little vignette that plays on video, about someone in a country where they want to harvest the oil.
    • (And you can see it's a Masonic Lodge.)
    • Instead of saying, Joe Biden and Valerie Nuland want, you know, gas and oil rights, they talk about somebody who wants to be able to talk on Facebook without restrictions and make jokes. {{ "spreading freedom"...because you know, Facebook and Twitter, Youtube, et al are so free, they are demonetizing, shadowbanning or outright deleting users like myself from their sites for their 'conservative' views that aren't. }}
    • I also thought it was interesting that the University of Denver University of Colorado Medical Center, more specifically in Denver, really pioneered organ transplantation.
    • And CIA doctors were funded through the University of Colorado in Denver.
    • And when they learn their craft, and they came here just over that hill, I don't know if you can see UPMC--the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, but there's a famous doctor--he's a great doctor named Starzl--who did the first liver transplant at the University of Colorado Denver, and then came here.
    • And the woman I interviewed--who was a 40-year operating room nurse for the transplantation team here, at the University of Pittsburgh--told me a week ago that oil sheiks would rent out a whole floor at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and get to the front of the line.
    • So that's where it's really all started. The CIA's history in organ transplantation, from an oil town. Denver, started really here in mid-80s.
  • [Day 197.1 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 1 - YouTube]
    • Okay day 198-- a little bit early here, in the morning so I'm a little scruffy.
    • But you see here Sally Yates is going to testify in front of Congress.
    • And all these are great opportunities, just for like a Senator Grassley to say, you know, did this Michael Flynn have any relationship with these Awan brothers.
    • We've heard a lot about these Awan brothers and these burglaries, and these threats of kidnapping, and these threats of House Intelligence or House IT staff.
    • Did the in your time as Deputy Attorney General, did anybody bring you the Awan Brothers case?
    • Did the FBI mention it? Or did any other law enforcement officials bring this to you as a concern for national security?
    • Now that there seems to be this journalist that keeps publishing these Social Security numbers, that are being used by more than one person....and these people are still employed with the House of Representatives does that bother you?
    • Or is that a subject that you believe should be investigated?
    • It seems like they own 12 houses,
    • They owned lots of car dealerships
    • Lots of home mortgage companies
    • They seem to have lots of ties to Pakistan, with businesses in Pakistan,
    • And transportation rice importation export lots of trucking,
    • And transportation refrigerated transportation
    • Are any of those telltale signs to you? With your deep expertise in law enforcement? What do you think about that Sally Yates?
    • All that they have to do is have one person mention the Awan Brothers on the congressional record, and the story breaks wide open
  • [Day 197.2. Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 2 - YouTube]
    • Seven I think.
    • Sorry about the mistaken date earlier.
    • There's a BP across the street. Closed.
    • I'm in 1927 Railroad Avenue, so I don't know if this is 1927 or not...[knock knock knock knock knock] 1927? {{ C&DTV on mailbox }}.
    • Supposed to be a rapidly growing business. Well-financed, helping this place Pakistani folks in America.
    • Well-financed, growing rapidly. Well, Awan Brothers United.
    • It looks like it's answering the door.
    • Going to knock one more time [knocks]. Awan Brothers United. 2017 Railroad Street Wilford Lane near Carnegie no answer
  • [Day 197.3 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 3 - YouTube]
    • Okay day 197 part 3 stuck in traffic in Pittsburgh --So no risk here
    • A lot of people want me to comment about the doctors the doctors that had their throats cut in Boston--if I know anything about that
    • I won't say anything, because I don't know anything about the case.
    • I know about Bill Weld, and the, you know, the FBI connection to organized crime, along with the CIA.
    • Boston was kind of their Ground Zero, with the Tsarnaev brothers, and before that.
    • There's been kill teams going back all the way to that can't think of his name Bulger slimy Bulger--whatever his name was--it's a long history with FBI corruption in in Boston. Whitey. Whitey bulger. And you can just google that.
    • A lot of the scams near cash, near money have been in in the Boston area, with the various forms of Bitcoin and these Pirate Bay kind of online drug schemes.
    • It all just seems to be in Boston.
    • But I'll comment on the Dr. killings.
    • If you have a legit pain clinic and the doctor field you know was definitely a legit guy. He trained at Harvard. He is from England. He was just a really first-rate pedigree.
    • A doctor any and they start a pain management clinic. People approach them and say hey, "you'd be perfect for this--you'd give us the reputation, and the kind of gravitas we need to start a pain management clinic," and they do.
    • That's the ones you usually target. If I'm a CIA guy, I don't go after second pedigree, I go after the first pedigree.
    • And I go after guys who are divorced, that are susceptible to beautiful young women.
    • They used to say in the CIA, "everything starts with a stripper."
    • I mean you know it's kind of like, "how do you make chicken cacciatore in the Hungarian cookbook? First you steal a chicken."
    • I'm sorry I didn't mean insult Hungarians, but you know the CIA cookbook was: first you get a stripper, and then that's how I get access, and then they start getting all the pillow secrets, and then you eventually start flying them around the world.
    • When you fly them to East Africa or West Africa in this case Guinea, you take them to a place, and you introduce some of these doctors, and these struggling villages, and you build this kind of sympathy toward whatever people, and then you say, "Well hey there's this pain clinic here, or there's this factory here, they're trying to get on their feet making synthetic drugs making generic drugs--here's the drug trial for it. Here's how great it is. And let's introduce this into the pain clinic, as a substitute for whatever the other drug is."
    • And at first the doctor's like, "I don't know, but then the sex is really great."
    • And then the doctor says, "I guess we could try it, and see how it goes."
    • Then he has his first couple of ODs, because the people had to double and triple the strength of their dosage.
    • And then they get cold feet.
    • The person who killed him--let's call him Bamp--he's from Guinea.
    • You don't have doctors with...you know Bamp had the key to their their condo, their penthouse condo, 11th floor condo.
    • So Bamp somehow gets into their condo, and slices their throats.
    • Now if remember if you're JTTF, you control the media. You control the local police.
    • You can tell the local police, "here's the statement you're going to make." You give it to them, you rehearse it with them three times, then they say it.
    • If you notice on all these things, the FBI guy's not too far behind, standing right over the right shoulder of the guy, to cut in if they make any false moves.
    • And here's where you you reuse that doctor.
    • You bring in a doctor from a foreign country. The sexy hot doctor, and you know you can say whatever you want.
    • You could say she was, you know, ground up in a in a meat grinder
    • Now I'm not saying this girl Dr. B is in that category, but I'm just saying if you want to run an operation--that's how you do it.
    • You don't kill off your Golden Goose: it keeps getting you new doctors in your pain clinics.
    • You just move them to different countries, and then you do it all over again change their name change your identity.
  • [197.4 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 4 - YouTube]
    • Ok day 195 here (no it's 197) in historic Deutschtown in Pittsburg
    • As you can see, there's kind of a large area here which is kind of a plaza which is nice
    • But this street has really beautiful brickwork all along this street, it's kind of a rejuvenated neighborhood.
    • Allegheny General--the hospital--is right down there, so it's Pittsburg's known for it's hip replacements because it has all these hills and older folks getting in and out of the driveways and so forth.
    • But I don't want to talk about that. I want to talk about the Military-Industrial-Complex--do you see the transition there.
    ANd the last person who challened you was Cynthia McKinney in 2004. She said, "hey what about this budget--what about this
    Then you got knocked out of Congress, then no one would want to challenge anybody. And that's what's happened
    has challenged the MIC. Cynthia Mckinney being the last person.
  • [197.5 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 5 - YouTube]
    • Okay here in Deuschtown Day 197 in Pittsburgh part five.
    • This isn't doesn't relate directly, but this is an awfully pretty street here on Ohio Street
    • 435 is where the post office is. General store and then farmer's daughter right here.
    • That style of brickwork is called Spanish or Mediterranean Revival.
    • The reason why I focused on Jeff Sessions and the Judicial Minister that he's meeting with today is: he's met with him twice before.
    • Once in February, once in March, and they've asked for his extradition twice.
    • Of course Erdrogan has the one of the largest intelligence office services in NATO, and if he starts putting Gulen on trial, lots of information will come out of it.
    • Just like the metadata for the emails it's going to be a treasure trove for investigators
    • And so that's why I focus so much on Gulen and his extradition
    • So that's the follow-up there, and we'll keep on the story we'll keep on all the stories keep generating metadata keep generating links because all those go into our big metadata project that we have with Maltego
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Transcript of George Webb Video Series Part 229 "Hillary's Leakers, Hackers, and Henchmen" [@Georgwebb / #HRCRatline]

  • Day 59.12. Turns McCabe Knew Christopher Steele From EurAsia Days - YouTube
    • It's day 59 this is version 11
    • So Thomas Paine's out with another article today yeah--what it turns out that Christopher Steele--the first time he met Andrew McCabe, it wasn't last year
    • No no it wasn't
    • {{ GOWDYMODE Activated }} As a matter of fact, goes way back way back
    • Before Andy McCabe, before Andy McCabe--(I got to do the Gowdy) before Andy McCabe ever cayme to DC!
    • Before I knew Trey Gowdy!
    • Right and where it was is these guys all started in Boston
    • They're all in this Whitey Bulger thing
    • All the these corrupt agents they go back to Silk Road
    • They moved down to EDNY which is through the eastern district--that's the Brooklyn
    • It became part of that hit team homies hit team and then they moved over to SDNY to be when Comey moved over to the Southern District to New York down in Manhattan became part of that hit team
    • If you know the reputation of Southern District of New York, it's called the Southern District of Anywhere or Everywhere
    • That's when you can start going and going after FIFA guys you can you can take on people all over the world
    • You can go to Malaysia and go after people that are laundering money they're laundering money in Indonesia, put out the Panama papers to extort some more, you know, contributions for Hillary, right?
    • And then Andrew McCabe comes to DC
    • Now guess what? What did he do that before that?
    • He was the Russian organized crime--he was Russian organized crime
    • Where was?
    • (Huh? with it yeah yeah we're gonna get there with)
    • So EURASIA
    • {{ Gowdymode }} The YOUR (EUR) part of that is McCaybe!
    • The EU part that you're part of it is McCabe
    • The Asia part of it is OHR--you get it? YOU/OHR Asia EURASIA -- YOU(EU)-OHR(RO) Asia
    • It's your Asia its McCabe's Asia its McCabe and OHR, McCabe and OHR, McCabe and OHR
    • That's when he was working the Russian Eurasia organized crime, whatever the heck that thing is called
    • Eurasia organized crime whatever
    • And guess who his counterpart was?
    • {{ Gowdy }} A real spy guess who did the real work, you come heyre, yeah
    • So the real work was done by Christopher Stevens and all the Russian
    • TP: Christopher Steele
    • Chrisopher Steel sorry and all the real Russian spies he got out of Russia
    • PAPERCLIP 2
    • Whoever said Paperclip 2?
    • And that's how that happened
    • So that's what made Annie McCabe because he had a real spy and a real Intelligence officers, not really Christopher Steele
    • Christopher Steele is more like a like a concierge, "hey are you Russian guys happy? Can we get you any more about gay vodka? Can we get you any more Ukrainian girls?"
    • "I mean here we are at the Sun Hotel, I mean the piano bar. I mean I can get anything for you?"
    • That's Christopher Steel
    • He he doesn't--but the guys he got the Alperovitz guys, and I'm not talking about Dmitri, Mr. McAfee that I used to work with
    • I'm talking about the older Alperovitz mchao macaé
    • There's a spy that guy's a spy Mikhail is a spy
    • So I'm giving your dad some props here Dmitri or is it Dmitri Dmitri is the son that's right yeah Dmitri
    • Mikhail though was we I worked at McAfee with you Dimitri
    • This reminds me of that fail-safe movie
    • Now I know Moscow blew up Dimitri, don't yell at me to me, Dimitry remember that?
    • So yeah So I worked with him there
    • They wrote the viruses they wrote the viruses at McAfee at the end of the quarter and they'd sell a whole bunch
    • And people get there--so the CEOs could finish out their books
    • That's how they did it. It was virus-vaccine only with computers
    • This is old I've been that was I want to say 1999
    • They ran me out of there
    • Look at look at the record--they ran me out of there
    • They did the honey trap
    • Well anyway we'll get there later
    • But this is Boston Silk Road boyZ
    • Look at the Bitcoin, moving down to EDNY
    • That's your base, before you can jump over to SDNY
    • And then they came to DC after that
    • And they didn't do a damn thing
    • They didn't lift a finger
    • Christopher Steel and really it's Alperovich
    • So I'm gonna give some props here as John Henry who runs CrowdStrike: you made a good hire
    • You're like McCabe you're like--Adrian Hawkins, "hey you guys got hacked again--I'll call you back next month right"
    • Remember Adrian Hawkins?
    • DCCC oh yeah we saw the hack we just couldn't make it down that three blocks or four blocks to go over Capitol Hill and down to DNC and down trees DCCC
    • Hey you guys you got hacked again, I just wanted you to know
    • That's not law enforcement
    • Low-light cameras is not law enforcement
    • Entrapment's not law enforcement
    • Compromise is not law enforcement
    • If you want to learn about being a spy, talk to you Dimitry
    • Dimitri Alperovitz
    • Talk to Dmitri Alperovich
  • Day 59.12. If Seth Rich Really Was Helping Hillary With Resources For the Future, Draddle Dancing W - YouTube
    • Well here we are at Ocean City Maryland, and all I can say is coming into Ocean City and looking at Ocean City is like I said
    • This is Atlantic City: it's the same city--with the boardwalk and everything
    • But not only that just I said there's got to be a Trump Casino here somewhere?
    • Just I'm looking for the Trump Casino
    • {{ To someone }} Is there a Trump Casino here? Is there a Trump Casino here?
    • No no no Trump Casino here
    • So yeah I know I don't I'm just joking I'm just saying it looks
    • So much like Atlantic City that I'm looking for a Trump Casino
    • So yeah there you have it
    • Well we now know that this is not this is not New Jersey
    • This is this is Maryland
    • This is where Joe Capone on the fourth night that I had talked to him, at Lou's Bar and Grill, he said the night Seth Rich was killed, "I was in Ocean City that night"
    • (There's the there's the roller coaster the obligatory roller coaster.
    • Was Seth Rich involved in the drug business?
    • Oh GOD. Tell me that ain't true
    • Was Molly McCauley given the NOAA business--NOAA data, that she received from the Navy?
    • Was she giving that over to Imran?
    • Oh boy I hope not
    • Resources for the Future
    • Well if NOAA wasn't giving out TWICs, to bring people in to the country
    • If they weren't bringing in Ukrainian girls here by the hundreds, I might feel differently
    • But one thing I've learned through this whole thing is ratlines tend to fuse
    • They tend to fuse
    • And they tend to fuse over the whole world
    • And I'll use the CNN or PPN code word for world GPS, they tend to fuse over a GPS
  • Day 59.13. TWICs the Left Off Of Me, Coast Guard To the Right, Stuck ion the Middle With Andrew - YouTube
    • What a long day 13 today oh and we're not even done
    • So I didn't I was the last one I'm gonna label comedy, because it's satire
    • But I'm just saying if you were satiring that's how you would come about a
    • So sometimes there's satire mixed in
    • So you have to ask me when I'm meeting satire and I have intent and what I don't
    • But anyway here we are this is the inlet in this is the inlet in Ocean City and I don't know much about no Ocean City
    • But I do know that that's the inlet and I got my TWIC
    • I just got my TWIC from NOAA got my TWIC
    • So I don't need a visa I got my TWIC
    • So and it's its TWICie its TWICie but once you get you TWIC you don't need a visa
    • So I'm a fisherman I got my TWIC fisherman got my TWIC
    • Now I'm working, fishing with a string in Pakistan
    • Indonesia Philippines wherever and somebody says, "well, you know, if you hang around you bring some stuff in, other than fish, you're gonna be a citizen--we're gonna give you a visa. You get you EB-5. Get you a big boat like that Coast Guard Cutter"
    • Going by right there I should be over there I should be over there well let's go over there
    • Let's go see the Coast Guard Cutter it's kind of fun it's not the Coast Guard Cutter
    • Somebody said, "it's not the Coast Guard Cutter"
    • Well look at that that's US Coast Guard
    • That's US Coast Guard let's go find the Coast Guard Cutter
    • Let's go look at him
    • But if I have the Coast Guard go that way, and my fishing pier over here and then my TWICers not TWICer TWEATERS
    • I'm just saying TWICers if TWICers go this way
    • That's how I would do it if I was running a ratline
    • Now this is all speculative
    • And you never know what's satire what isn't
    • But there's our Coast Guard--that's just a little branch office
    • I think there's a main office here that's a little bit bigger by the bus station the guy told me
    • I think I can see it almost across the way but there's some communication facilities there
    • It looks like like kind of a satellite office
    • Nice sunset here
    • Beautiful evening here. For December it's awesome
    • And I'm guessing those look like Coast Guard boats, guessing those look like Coast Guard boats
    • So I think you have a layout here
    • Those are our guys
    • Now again, as I say in all these ratlines--and if you don't think they're Coast Guard somebody can correct me--but you don't
    • All the people involved 99.9% of the people involved are fantastic people that care very much about their coasts
    • And drug interdiction and human trafficking and all that stuff
    • If you just have a few people at the top, a few codes, if I can get a few codes to a few people, I can run my ratline
    • That's what I'm saying
    • Satellites, NOAA is going to be part of this--I can tell already just from metadata
    • And these TWICs they're coming from NOAA
    • These codes that are coming from the Coast Guard
    • Those are going to be two key pieces
  • Day 59.14. DeFeBo Pizza- You Made It To Heaven. - YouTube
    • It's day 59 and I'm here at DeFebo's it's almost sounds like a slang for when you get defibrillated
    • But I don't need to fibrillation but Defebos is a beautiful Italian restaurant here in Berlin
    • Berliner beautiful restaurant Italian restaurant the pizza here you see that woodfire pizza back there
    • Task Force amazing definitely do that
    • Now, I did have a chance to interview the folks across the street at the Masons Lodge
    • And I wanted to learn and one of the gentlemen there's a 32nd degree Mason
    • And just how it works
    • And those blue lodges are like the first three levels it's kind of like their feeder program to the Scottish rates[sic] {{ Rites }}
    • And I knew that they were associated with the Shriners Hospitals
    • There's a Shriner Hospital in Portland Oregon there's a burn center
    • I met a guy who was a head of the Burn Center in Houston I believe in Washington DC
    • And there's a burn center also in Philadelphia
    • What I didn't know is they pay all the expenses of the families if they're let's say this child is in a car accident, they commit to not only the transportation of the child and so forth but they also commit to supporting the family and all the expenses of the family
    • Which I thought hey man that's I mean I saw a lot of these kids
    • One of the guys I met who was the head of this and DC said if you ever have a problem with like you everything having a bad day I got a headache or something and you're feeling sorry for yourself, just take a little walk through the Burn Center and--it'll work you'll find your way you'll work it out
    • {{ 911: Yes, believe everything Masons tell you. Shriner hospitals aren't feeders for missing foster children ratlines }}
    • Now is it all the other things and and and
    • Now people say oh he's changing a story on the Masons
    • I'm just presenting new information and letting you decide
    • Now he did say that between 32 and 33 it's a huge jump
    • What's that he has a media he was 32 and something happens between 32 and 33
    • That I don't know he doesn't know either and but something happens between 32 and 33 yeah yeah there's a very select it sounds like the number of thirty twos going to the number 33
    • So I don't know if you have to be an undertaker or--whatever but something is there's something at 32 to 33 that's a big hurdle that he had not made yet
    • Here I'll leave you with all the beautiful Christmas lights here and beautiful barely and hb9 Berliner barrel
  • Day 59.15. Contempt of Congress. - YouTube
    • It's day 59 this is 15 and fairly late, but I'm fairly surprised that Bruce Ohr would not show at the Senate committee
    • No matter what you can go in and just take the fifth
    • It's a secret testimony, nobody's gonna know that you took the fifth
    • I mean it might leak that you took the fifth
    • So what that's your constitutional right but to not show
    • I think is a smoking gun it shows that there is something you're hiding
    • And all power granted by the Constitution comes with oversight
    • I mean there's no branch of the government that has no oversight
    • So by saying that there's an you're not answerable to anyone, I think this kind of started on a bad path with Pagliano, being in contempt of Congress, and there being no--
    • A private citizen in contempt of a subpoena from Congress
    • And there was no retribution no no reprisal no I mean no punishment for that
    • It's set off kind of this chain reaction, where we are the FBI in what are you gonna do about it?
    • We are the secret police we are all powerful
    • And we don't have to come to your stinking hearing
    • That's just I mean that's almost a coup
    • I mean that's if by saying there's no oversight: if Andrew McCabe doesn't show tomorrow--that's a coup
    • I mean that's it's not a overt hot war coup
    • But it's certainly a contempt of Congress, where you're saying you have no power over us we are the FBI
  • Day 60.1 - Operation Cassandra - Car Theft Ring in Va For Drugs and Weapons? - YouTube
    • It's Day 60 and a lot of people have probably seen this article already
    • It's in Politico and it's the back from story of how there's a used car network that sends used cars
    • This is out of Northern Virginia
    • To West Africa to ship arms in used cars then to send those used cars to Central America to pick up cocaine
    • Maybe it's paint cocaine who knows?
    • And then bring those back in to the United States in a guns for arms trade network
    • And it's going to be called Operation Cassandra
    • Now the objection I have here of this investigation with over thirty investigators and over eight years of investigation is they couch it and hide it behind Hezbollah
    • Americans don't really know what Hezbollah is
    • Objection I have to this
    • But here it is
    • This is a global threat--how Hezbollah turned trafficking cocaine and lauded money through used cars to finance its expansion
    • Now what they could have said was 'northern car Virginia car ring operates over eight years in Chantilly Virginia'
    • Or in wherever it operated out of
    • But here it is--we know Al Attar
    • We identified a lot our being a member of the CIA car dealership way back when when
    • This I think going back Allah tar is in the first 120 150 days
    • I'll go back and check it
    • But here it is Project Cassandra, launched in 2008, DEA amassed evidence, Middle Eastern political military organization
    • Now is this going to be Chagoury, the Lebanese finance man bagman for Hezbollah
    • I think it's going to be Chagroury
    • Here's the DEA facility it's located in Chantilly Virginia they use wiretaps undercover operations and informants to map out this illicit network
    • We know the ax wants have an affinity before Iran
    • We know that they have Al Attar is a key person that has supported them
    • We followed cocaine shipments right from Latin America West Africa
    • Has anybody ever heard of pain cocaine and Jaquaya? Has anybody ever heard of that?
    • So this, again, the problem here is fuzzy reporting
    • It's like well we're gonna describe everything in general, but we're not gonna actually say who the people are involved in the conspiracy on the ground okay
    • So here they say oh yeah we tracked all the the cash moving back and forth we tracked all the--cars going back and forth
    • But we're not gonna say dates times and places
    • We're just gonna just fog up the journalism, so that it just makes you afraid of 'terrorism', but doesn't actually get down to the facts of actually what happened
    • There's no timeline of events here, for instance
    • Very fuzzy
    • Talking about leaders very far away and and very difficult to pin down
    • Here's a Lebanese Bank why not name the Lebanese bank
    • If it laundered billions of dollars of drug profits why not name the Lebanese bank here right?
    • And then they talk about these kind of shadowy organizations inside the paramilitary organizations inside Iran
    • But again, why not be specific and
    • Again, this is Preet Bharara which is color of law
    • Well oh yeah we had an eight year investigation, but we wanted to do the Iran nuclear deal, so we we backed off on this deal
    • Why not be specific?
    • Why not say rather than Lebanese financial institution, why not say exactly what the institution is, and who the financier is?
    • Again, use cars to Africa not me--this is Preet Bharara saying this
    • and I think we talked about that before
    • Now there are people that are out there in Florida, which will say, "no theirs were never used--for guns in one direction and drugs into another one." These experts that say the trains are never used to move these cars around
    • Well: fine. Well I think you need to talk to DEA you guys need to get on the phone DEA right now, and get your facts straight
    • Because this is now an eight year process, which basically got shelved or or pushed under by Jack Lew and the people in the Justice Department with Eric Holder etc
    • Again, I know it's so give this a read and Politico it goes into some of the people
    • Now Trump is on the case here
    • Trump has kind of named a person in Iran as a drug kingpin--the number two guy in Iran, but you need to drill down to the people that are here in Virginia
    • That's the key!
    • So that's reporting
    • This is fuzzy "be afraid of Iran reporting"
    • You need to get down to actually who bought what cars, what day, and a timeline, have been disputable events
  • Day 60.2 - Response to Motion To Dismiss For Haseeb Rana - YouTube
    • This is Day 60 part 2 and we have Haseeb Rana's response back
    • He's obviously gonna motion for dismissal that's kind of the first check of the swords and the in the parry here
    • And this of course also happened in the Beck case, that our case is derivative of
    • And they claim of "worldwide conspiracy": no actually I don't
    • I talk about a conspiracy of about a mile square actually it's within walking distance a quarter mile of Capitol Hill
    • So and and basically the summary of the argument by the defense is: there's two things 1 standing and 2 cause
    • So we'll just take those one at a time
    • Now remember this is derivative of the case of DNC
    • This is Wilding versus DNC
    • Jared back this is one of the plaintiffs here in Wilding
    • Remember: that the judge here found in his final opinion, article 62, that there was standing,
    • Even in this case the DNC, where they didn't know anything about the Awans, they didn't know anything about Fusion GPS, they didn't know anything about the Podesta group, they didn't know anything about ARMZ, they didn't know anything they knew a little tiny bit about uranium one
    • But really didn't have a concept of ActBlue(s) or phishing attacks or the agreement with Hillary for America with the JCA agreement
    • None of that. None of that was known
    • And even at that here's the judges final opinion after it's all said and done
    • Again, they the defense quotes a flurry of--just a litany of lawsuits that are not related to the actual case
    • Which the actual case is gonna be a case that's tried already on this on similar grounds, that's derivative of this
    • They quote all this case law that just has nothing to do whatsoever with the case
    • When you when you go before a judge, you cannot waste their time, and their legal staffs' time
    • You have to go immediately to the most relevant facts and this has already been adjudicated
    • Now the basis of the standing has already been adjudicated by a judge
    • And he said, "yes there standing"
    • Now he said basically there was "weak standing"
    • So that's why the case was dismissed, but it moved forward
    • I'll just read judge Locke's opinion here "but the plaintiffs in this case do not allege a causal link between their donations and DNC statements."
    • Well I sure do, because Bernie went from town to town saying "hey--give me money, work the phones for me, knock on doors"
    • There's a whole bunch of people that did a whole bunch of statements here thinking they were sending their money to Bernie
    • Now with that JCA agreement, we know that it was swept
    • It was just swept directly to Brooklyn--swept directly to Brooklyn
    • They did not make this case. Jared did not make this case
    • I will
    • I don't I don't have that standing problem
    • So they lacked standing to assert that claim because they didn't make that connection
    • I certainly am going to make that connection
    • They talked about of fiduciary breach, which is not enough to--buffered by too many layers of speculation--I'm not buffering anything
    • I'm saying it's the Awans,
    • It's the Becerra server
    • It's the hack that occurred
    • It's Nancy Pelosi's cover up--get Imran in here
    • Here's the days that Imran was at DNC
    • Here's the inspector general's report
    • Here's the credit union report
    • Here's the night of the inauguration burglary report
    • Here's the John Wilkes phone booth report
    • Here is all the different police reports in Fairfax County of beatings...
    • And here's all the the problems with all these different companies--
    • So there's no lack of proof here, with the Awans
    • And remember the chairman of the DNC her right-hand man was Imran Awan
    • He was running around her laptop her life had her phones and her passwords
    • So the link is is is iron
    • There is a almost a meld between Imran Awan and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz
    • Now we come to the idea of of Haseeb Rana, being hand-selected and selected surrogate
    • Now here I'm in a motion for oral argument, because my motion to compel discovery of those documents I just talked about, has not even been entered in by DC district
    • That's over seven days ago now--eight days ago
    • Now equally the production of documents is not there
    • And also production of discovery is not there
    • The judge has never seen this
    • He has no idea that there is a very strong case against Imran Awan
    • Just in documents that that could inform the court and
    • Again, we want to move towards judicial economy
    • We don't want to waste the Court's time we don't want to waste the staff of a court
    • So moving on I'm gonna quote where not my testimony not my testimony
    • I'm gonna quote the people that are actually the father of the defendant, saying "hey this is the situation"
    • So I'm gonna quote that article that Luke said, and I'm gonna just go down here
    • And this is my motion to oppose a motion to dismiss
    • We're gonna clean that up a little bit
    • But basically I go here and I say look with allegedly no-show employees connected to Imran, being added to numerous House offices, someone had to do the work
    • Imran enlisted an old high school friend Haseeb Rana for this purpose
    • Haseeb Rana did not respond in the comments but his father did
    • Tanwir Rana and he said, "hey they made him do all the work"
    • Here his father is saying, "Haseeb are the hands of Imran Awan and Rao Abbas"
    • "He is the hands the brain is Imran, the brain may be also a Rao Abbas, maybe that's the wheels, but but Haseeb is the hands"
    • So this conspiracy is one thing it's one body it's one corpus okay
    • So there's his father testifying, not something I'm asserting from a third party
    • So of course what it's not evidence yet, but I mean this leads you to believe that there's reasonable suspicion
    • And then you've got [Tanwir] saying, Imran manipulated his high school buddy Haseeb Rana into doing his work
    • Well if those were crimes if those were felonies you if did--that those were felonies that's the key question
    • There's clear evidence with all those documents that felonies were committed
    • My son is quiet
    • Imran's the opposite always relishing power and displays of influence
    • well that's fine I believe all that to be true I believe his father knows him pretty well here and then here here
    • Again, a direct linkage an iron linkage between Imran and Haseeb
    • Haseeb believed Imran hired him directly, although men were not part of the same company and were hired as different W2 employees of Congress
    • So here he signed an individual agreement--an employment agreement
    • He signed the Terms of Use Agreement
    • He signed to W2 in terms of filing his taxes
    • He had to understand that he worked directly for the Congress and had responsibilities
    • If you're taking orders from Imran and breaking your Terms of Use Agreement, your confidentiality agreement, your other agreements with equipment going to Pakistan, for instance, or money going to Pakistan, you're on the hook
    • There's no getting out of this you're on the hook
    • So again, a timeline of events
    • We're going to present this to the judge--a timeline of events
    • Imran basically Rayo hires Imran here after 2003
    • Imran gets bankruptcy in 2002
    • He starts this company the bankruptcy heads in May of 2002
    • And then he brings Rao in November, after they win the election
    • And he starts another mortgage company
    • Imran starts another mortgage company
    • And then Haseeb Rana comes in and Haseeb Rana is is employed in the Congress for two years and one month
    • And he works for six or seven different Congressmen
    • I'm sorry but you have to realize if you're a W2 employee and it says the US Congress on your check, your loyalty is to the US Congress while he's there
    • Well the CDW and some of the other things happen after he leaves, but you're still on the hook for stuff that happens while you're an employee in the United States Congress
    • There's a couple of good resources I wanted to point people to
    • This guy here which he's the litigation kind of guy
    • And I like him--I like watching him if people want to watch him at Steve V O N D R A N
    • And he's a good one and then there's other resources out here to wikiHow
    • Talks about responding to different motions...for people who are doing their own
    • For people are doing their own lawsuits
    • There's another interesting thing here with Haseeb
    • He's involved in this company a surgical company -
    • I think one's a surgical glove company and the other one looks like they do something for dentistry
    • Maybe it's the same company one's called triumph Surgical
    • And the other was Accu-surgident
    • So we don't know exactly what that is but there's the DUNS number for people who want to look up for it
    • My first question was do they do business with the Army or the Navy?
    • Do they do business with Fort Belvoir?
    • Is that Duns number in any contracts in any Federal contracts?
    • There's another company called S A M A W E E and I don't have a Duns number just yet for that
    • But I'm interested to see if they do any business in Fort Belvoir
    • But there you go
    • There's this period of hire Q1 of the 2013
    • Q1 of 2015 and then--1 2 3 4 5 6 7 has worked for seven different representatives in the house
    • Your loyalty's have to be to these representatives and the Congress and the rules of the Congress
    • The sergeant of arms it's not to Imran Awan
    • You may be from the same little village in Pakistan, but you still have to abide by your agreements
    • When you take the money when you take the money in your employment agreement, you have to go by the rules of your employer, not by somebody who you think got your the job
    • That's what it book kind of boils down to here
  • Day 60.3. Cops, Drugs, and JTTF. Symbiosis. - YouTube
    • This is Day 60 a little bit of a lockdown situation I think to just keep it everybody away for the vote this tax vote I think it's going to go until the middle of the night
    • So we'll see what happens
    • I think the vice president's coming up
    • So I think it's gonna be a close one you never know
    • So anyway yeah the Capitol Police are out
    • Now if they wanted to give me the Imran Awan police reports, while they're up here that would be awfully nice
    • So I saw that DNC also asked to dismiss motion to dismiss, which is really funny
    • It's like there's no basis here
    • Whoa what has happened since August of last August of this year, since the DNC case
    • The Awans, the break-ins on there was no connection to the DNC when Jared Beck had his case dismissed
    • Now we know the Awans did the DCCC, they did the DNC, Fusion GPS, McCAbe's paying Fusion GPS for the dossiers, bringing in spies, probably in Maryland
    • I mean so many things, going after the president
    • So this is the part that I really didn't want to say
    • I've always kind of been pushing this off in the background
    • But there is gonna be this drugs--I'm not saying that the FBI is in on it with for the drug piece, but there is sort of a symbiotic relationship a cops-and-robbers relationship
    • Where you go ahead and do your thing, and we'll look over this way, color a law, then every once in a while make a deposit, and we'll bust a couple of people and bring them in
    • It's kind of the old Chicago way
    • So then and I am going to be involved in try to break that up on the I-5 corridor
    • And I'll just let everybody know right now Fresno is the spot
    • And that's where the Hells Angels are based
    • And Jeanine and Linda Muller and the sex first and then the drugs
    • I never did any of the drugs
    • But I have been outspoken about JTTF ratline there
    • Again, I'm not saying they run the ratline, I'm just saying it's symbiotic
    • I'm just saying it's symbiotic
    • So there's your Capitol report
    • Andy McCabe actually is testifying just under my feet here, not too far from me
    • So hopefully he'll have good things to say
    • And he'll just fess up, own up
    • I filed my motion to oppose
    • Obviously, I opposed the motion for Haseeb Rana and you can read that now
    • Hopefully it'll get scanned
    • They'll scan in some of my stuff I'm still waiting for stuff eight days ago that hasn't been scanned
    • So hopefully they'll scan my stuff
    • And I'll be able to respond
    • And they won't just give me a default judgment, because they're not scanning my stuff

  • Day 61.1 Journalism BEGINS When You Get a Preet Christmas Present - YouTube
  • It's day 61 and this is part one
  • And this big Project Cassandra dropped yesterday in Politico
  • This part 1, part 2, part 3, very long article
  • I believe it was dropped by Preet Bharara and Andrew McCabe for their network here in Northern Virginia
  • And also Maryland,
  • Because this didn't come about
  • You don't interview 35 people and the whole thing perfectly fits together Day 1 unless you're trying to give it to somebody who's gonna bury the story
  • Take all the names out of it take all the who, what, when, where, just do the and why out of it and just say when things occurred
  • And a very light treatment on what actually happened
  • But if you haven't read the article it's very good
  • But now what's happening is the metadata is emerging
  • So people are coming in who are involved in this project because there were
  • So many people and this is going to show that the Awans are involved in this directly with Hezbollah
  • And I'll show you how
  • But for those who don't remember here's kind of the Mark Levin show yesterday where a guy was an investigator actually calls in
  • And he's talking about where they laundered the money through, what mosque they laundered the money through,
  • "It was 2009-2010 I'd have to go back and look at the reports, but it was around 2009, 2010. Mm-hmm go ahead I'm sorry I interrupted you--no no it's fine we also discovered they were the golden dawn dome mosque, we knew the exact mosque we knew where they were living. We knew who"
  • So that mosque if you remember that's the DAR all Harwich Dar al-Hirah mosque and what's important about this and where it's located is it's in unincorporated Fairfax County
  • So if you had a friend who is the intake officer at Fairfax County, you could make friends with them as far as who worked here and who came and went out of this mosque
  • And would provide protective cover for those people
  • For cover such people as murderers such as Arshad Mahmood
  • So if you go back to my first day in Washington DC, the brain of the operation is gonna be right here at the CIA car dealership at 724 South Washington Street
  • I can't remember how many videos I did there: lots
  • and then there Dar Al-Hirah was right next to it just outside a Falls Church
  • Arshad Mahmood's down here in Woodbridge
  • He's the enforcer for all these different ratlines
  • This is just gonna be one of a finger of the hand
  • There's give me five of these ratlines, mainly centered around the community colleges
  • And then this guy last night was calling in from Fredericksburg
  • And this is that Smuggler's Cove that I was talking about, where kind of Potomac bends at a 90-degree angle here by Mount Vernon
  • So what I'll do is I will just go quickly to my first day in Washington
  • And we can see what I said that that time
  • "IT's still there we don't know I just met Taggart at that moment-- we don't know but he did say this is kind of Herman United States Marine he did say unequivocally that Imran had left Blackberries which is interesting. If he is the beta expert for Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Hillary and with black bears left in the home, that would be an interesting find"
  • So I think the important thing there is that even back at day 170, which is this is over two hundred and thirty days ago
  • Now, there was first day in Washington, if you look at it I had Light Bridge Communication, which still hasn't been reported on as far as the Imran working at light bridge
  • I had the satellite piece of this with kind of a NOAA piece, which still hasn't been reported on
  • I had DISA which is the Annapolis piece that where I went this weekend okay
  • So all these things in the first weekend and I had of course obviously Hawkshead to get the hard drive story
  • So this is a part that still hasn't been done on this story, with the Hezbollah, and it's and it's a spin
  • Now the press kids here in Washington DC are going to accept this as fact
  • But this is actually, I hate to say it, this is how it's done
  • You actually go to the neighborhood and you actually go to sorters or and the down involved in a murder a car dealer in near Richmond hired two MS-13 Gang Members
  • So I doubt he's still here but let's see if he aces and the this is also true for investigators--as far as not just journalists, but investigators--you need to go to the the front door
  • Just to show that I had said that this money-laundering was happening at the mosque and the Awans were the stolen cars
  • Still this is not come out yet and the NADRA bank connection to Firtash still has not come out yet
  • So we're seeing this, but here's EZ Car Buying and all the other metadata that just fits perfectly with this story about Hezbollah
  • Now remember they're in business with the top Hezbollah guy
  • Of course here's the favorite famous jeans video me asking people different questions at the different doors, more than eight years ago at one location and then here I'll stop that could it be more went to California
  • And that I think Suriyah Begum does end up going to California
  • But pretty quickly in one day I was able to go to most of the locations
  • And then of course there is me at the mosque that night
  • And here we go I'll just play a little short clip
  • I met the very famous star Dar Al Hijrah Mosque in Falls Church Virginia okay
  • So that's all I'll say for right now, but there's a lot more reporting to be done in the story
  • And what I like to do is take a great story like the one we have
  • Now if Cassandra and then pick up where that left off and move forward from that
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News roundup for the previous week.
In International news
  1. Trump 'looks forward to visiting China' - Tillerson
  2. Trump hangs tough on Germany, eases on China
  3. China warns US over arms sales to Taiwan
  4. South Korea accuses China of trade retaliation in response to US missile defense
  5. Chinese media claims Tillerson visit was a home run — for China
  6. Saudi Arabia and China just hit the 'next level' for strategic collaboration, Saudi CEO says
  7. After Saudi king, China warmly welcomes Israel's prime minister
  8. Nepal committed to One China policy: Deuba tells delegation from Beijing
  9. Chinese mainland is home to two of the top three universities in Asia, according to research published by the Times Higher Education. In total, Chinese mainland has 54 institutions in the listing of top 300 universities in Asia
  10. Trump’s Top Diplomat Goes to China, Promptly Bends Over - Rex Tillerson gives in immediately
  11. Tillerson has offered to reschedule talks with his NATO allies after snubbing April's meeting. His decision, to prioritize a meeting with China, was described as "unprecedented."
  12. China, Israel announce innovative comprehensive partnership
  13. Frank Wu discusses hate crimes against the Asian American community
  14. Myanmar refugees seek shelter in China
  15. Li Keqiang visit: Chinese Premier arrives in Australia for five-day tour
  16. Did Rex Tillerson Misspeak or Intentionally Kowtow to China?
  17. The New Era in China-U.S. Relations Begins
  18. Chinese official denied visa to attend U.S. planetary science conference: denial did not extend to other Chinese scientists: Head said more than 20 people from Chinese universities, academies and scientific institutes were at the symposium
  19. Chinese tourist wounded in London terror attack
  20. The Chinese embassy in Indonesia has accused local customs officials of targeting Chinese tourists and demanding they give them illicit “tips” at border controls, advised Chinese tourists not to succumb to pressure to pay illegal tips to customs or other officials
  21. UN Security Council approves China’s resolution: called on countries to "strengthen the process of regional economic cooperation...including through regional development initiatives such as the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road (the Belt and Road) Initiative"
  22. Japan PM Shinzo Abe embroiled in land-sale scandal
  23. Chinese premier assures stability in South China Sea to boost trade
  24. South Korea salvage operation brings up Sewol ferry 3 years after disaster
  25. Sri Lanka, China discuss ways to step up military cooperation
  26. High-speed diplomacy: Exporting China’s train technology. China and Thailand came to an agreement to link the Chinese border with Laos and ports on Thailand’s coast. In Turkey, China helped link Ankara with Istanbul. In Indonesia the Jakarta-Bandung line will begin this year
  27. China, Australia agree to promote trade liberalization
  28. China captures more than 2,500 fugitives who fled overseas
  29. Anti-Chinese Attitudes in Mongolia through Generational Imprinting
  30. China and the European Union (EU) are being forced to thaw their decade-long tensions and unite to push for free trade because of U.S. President Donald Trump policies and his "America First" mantra
  31. China-led AIIB approves 13 new members, Canada joins: approved applicants include eight non-Asian countries - Canada, Belgium, Ethiopia, Hungary, Ireland, Peru, Republic of Sudan and Venezuela - and five regional members - Hong Kong, Afghanistan, Armenia, Fiji and Timor Leste
In Domestic news
  1. Beijing shuts last coal power plant in switch to natural gas
  2. Hays Report: China and Malaysia had the highest management roles held by women in the region, both at 35%. Christine Wright, Managing Director of Hays in Asia, said "It's worth noticing that China has led Asia for the number of management roles held by women consistently in the past five years"
  3. 80% of Chinese students return home – MoE: According the ministry’s figures, around 36% of the students who went abroad in 2016 studied a postgraduate degree, while 31% went for an undergraduate degree
  4. Editorial: China’s New Civil Code Will Be a Cornerstone for Reforms
  5. Top 10 billionaires with largest influence on Chinese social media: The top 10 entrepreneurs on China's social media Sina Weibo are not all from the richest families in the country
  6. 2 years behind bars for student who set fire/explosion to bin outside Hong Kong legislature
  7. Shortening the journey to championships: Feng, ranked No 4 in the world, claimed the Chinese mainland's first major title when she won the LPGA Championship in 2012. Following in Feng's footsteps, Lin Xiyu, Feng Simin and Yan Jing, Shi Yuting and talented amateur Wang Ziyi are all showing promise
  8. Senior CPC leader calls for media integration
  9. China Focus: Beijing pioneers medical reforms to strengthen health care
  10. How the smartphone brought young Chinese back to bicycles
  11. "How I Help Pull China's Rural Poor out of Poverty"
  12. China rolls out plan to revitalize traditional crafts
  13. China to Boost Ice Hockey Development with Yet Another Program: "Chinese Ice Hockey Plan for 2022," was launched by the Winter Sports Management Center of the General Administration of Sport of China. Goal to fill the ice hockey players' pool for the 2022 Winter Olympics
  14. Strict new traffic regulations come into effect in Shanghai
In SciTech news
  1. Chinese police debut new anti-drone gun that shoots illegal UAVs from the sky
  2. China starts building huge cosmic-ray observatory to study the evolution of the universe: Large High Altitude Air Shower Observatory (LHAASO) will attempt to search for the origin of cosmic rays, study the evolution of the universe and celestial bodies, as well as to push the frontier of physics
  3. Chinese hackers win 2017 world hacking contest
  4. When China stops copying Western tech giants is when they should start worrying
  5. US risks falling behind China in Supercomputing by 2020: Taihu Light triple the previous record-setting numbers of Tianhe-2. Achieved using Chinese designed 28nm SOC architecture. Coupled with high performance computing advancements, three Chinese research teams finalists for 2016 Gordon Bell prize
  6. Ancient skulls found in China could belong to an unknown human species
  7. China's police are now shooting down drones with radio-jamming rifles: The rifles don't come cheap, at 250,000 yuan ($36,265) each, and they will have a range of roughly 1 km (0.6 miles)
  8. Mate 9 Durability Test - Bend Test, Scratch and BURN test
  9. Changing weather patterns are trapping pollution over Chinese cities: study published in journal Science Advances. In the high polar regions where sea ice is decreasing and snowfall is increasing, this keeps cold air from getting into the eastern parts of China where it would flush out air pollution
  10. Chinese researchers announce designer baby breakthrough: Chinese researchers used a genome editing technique called CRISPR to rid normal embryos of hereditary diseases that cause blood disorders and other ailments
  11. Regular Tea Consumption Reduces Risk of Neurocognitive Disorders in Older Adults, Study Says: “Based on current knowledge, this long term benefit of tea consumption is due to the bioactive compounds in tea leaves, such as catechins, theaflavins, thearubigins and L-theanine,” Dr. Feng said
  12. Microsoft delivers secure China-only cut of Windows 10
  13. NSA, DOE say China's supercomputing advances put U.S. at risk
  14. Huawei P10 and P10 Plus high-end smartphones. Bonus: Watch 2
  15. China And Israel Tech Ties Grow Closer With $10M Deal For 3 AI Centers: house R&D facilities that will work toward commercialization of artificial intelligence
  16. Chinese scientists repurpose silkworms as virus shredders: researchers transformed a popular gene-editing tool into a weapon that the silkworm can use to shred deadly viral strains into fragments, according to a paper in the latest issue of the Journal of Virology
  17. CRISPR May Speed Pig-to-Human Transplants: George Church and cofounder Luhan Yang's eGenesis developing two different designs. One is for a pig with a “humanized” immune system and the other is for a pig cleansed of risky viruses
  18. Earliest Mushroom Fossils Found in China: They are well-preserved in Burmese amber and are the first ever complete mushroom fossils ever found
  19. China’s push to become a tech superpower trigger alarms abroad: China’s technological might alongside efforts to restructure its industrial policy through a scheme known as Made in China 2025. Billions of dollars have been pumped into research and the acquisition of overseas assets
  20. Inside Tencent's AI Lab: How It Created China's Own AlphaGo In A Year. AI Lab was officially established in April 2016. Currently has over 50 AI scientists (90% of them with PhDs) and over 200 engineers focused on computer vision, voice recognition, natural language process, and machine learning
  21. China’s Hybrid Kinetic targets Tesla with Italian styling, turbine range extender: designed by famed Pininfarina, creator of the Maserati Birdcage and many Ferraris, uses a small turbine as a generator when battery charge runs out, range of over 600 miles on both battery and turbine power
  22. China is on the path to global technology dominance
  23. Chinese scientists breed world's first 'space mangoes': "Space mangoes are expected to be insect-resistant, of higher quality and provide more output," said Peng Longrong, head of the project
In Economic news
  1. How Bitcoin Could Save China’s Economy
  2. UN agency: China has explosive growth in patent applications. The U.N.'s intellectual property agency says China is showing "quite extraordinary" growth in international patent applications, putting Chinese applicants on track to outpace their U.S. counterparts within two to three years
  3. Secretive billionaire Duan Yongping reveals how he toppled Apple in China
  4. Tencent becomes China’s first $100 billion brand
  5. WIPO chief calls China's patent application growth "extraordinary": "China-based filers are behind much of the growth in international patent and trademark filings...as the country continues its journey from 'Made in China' to 'Created in China'," WIPO Director General Francis Gurry explained
  6. China's extreme income inequality appears to be improving after decades of deterioration -Quartz
  7. Chinese company Geely saves UK company from closure, creates local jobs while fast-tracking transition to Electric Vehicles
  8. Chinese investors look to hockey as NHL tries to expand footprint
  9. China May Set New Rules to Curb ‘Irrational’ Outbound Investment This Year: The state foreign exchange regulator has said the government will more closely monitor "irrational" investment in property, entertainment, sports, and other sectors
  10. Why Airbnb won't find a home in China anytime soon
  11. Trump's U.S. jobs push may open doors to China in Mexico: ICBC bank
  12. China Bets on Sensitive U.S. Start-Ups, Worrying the Pentagon
  13. China to cultivate more skilled workers
  14. Competition From China Reduced Innovation in the US
In Military news
  1. Beijing Goes Global: China Expands Marine Force 400%, First Overseas Military Base Almost Complete
  2. Bangladesh Navy Commissions Two Type 035G Diesel-Electric Submarines from China: First ever in of history Bangladesh Navy has inducted two submarines BNS Nobojatra’ andBNS Joyjatra’ to its fleet
  3. China to boost marine corps by 400pc to enforce growing world influence: This includes plans to deploy detachments to secure the ports of Djibouti, on the strategically significant Horn of Africa maritime chokepoint, and Gwadar in southwest Pakistan
  4. China, Pakistan agree to further increase military cooperation: China’s leadership appreciated Pakistan’s fight against terrorism with a special mention of eliminating Al Qaeda, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and the East Turkmenistan Islamic Movement (ETIM)
  5. Can China leapfrog the US in the scramble for the world’s best aircraft carrier? Ma Weiming, a top engineer working on the project, said on the sidelines of the National People’s Congress that China had made breakthroughs in its advanced ­arresting gear (AAG) system, while the US had stumbled
  6. 5 Ways Russia and China Could Sink America's Aircraft Carriers
  7. PLA Navy replaces ceremonial sabers with traditional Jian sword (x-post MilitaryPorn)
  8. Wei Yiyin, CASIC deputy general manager, confirmed the company is focusing on the development of a long-endurance stealth drone and a near-space drone. "can play an important role in high-resolution reconnaissance, long-distance precision strikes, anti-submarine operations and aerial combat"
  9. Russia, China making gains on US military power: “It’s not just one area or few areas. If you look at the evolution of [China’s] military over the last 15 years … it’s rather astonishing. Ballistic missiles, air defense, aircraft, electronic warfare, naval vessels” Ochmanek said
  10. Taiwan confirms China's deployment of DF-16 missiles: The DF-16 represents an increased threat to Taiwan because it is difficult to intercept with anti-ballistic missiles systems such as the MIM-104 Patriot PAC-3
  11. How China is preparing for cyberwar: Chinese military analysts often write of the PLA’s need to seize information dominance at the beginning stages of a conflict with a technologically advanced adversary through cyber attacks against command and control computers as well as satellite networks
  12. Battle Lasers! US, Russia, China Develop Brighter Beams for Blasting Enemies. China presented its Silent Hunter laser system at the International Defense Exhibition and Conferencein February. Low Altitude Guard II land mobile complex, was presented at a defense exhibition in South Africa
  13. Chinese President Xi Jinping again called for deeper military-civilian integration and emphasized science and technology innovation as the key to upgrading the technological capabilities of the People's Liberation Army
Other Notables
  1. The Legacy Of The Mississippi Delta Chinese
  2. DJI – Mavic Pro: The Art of Form
  3. Chinese maths textbooks to be translated for UK schools
  4. Pictures: Hailuogou, a wonderful glacier forest park
  5. Chinese Deaf Dance Team - Thousand Hands of Buddha
  6. Chinese woman making a DIY lunch at work
  7. Chinese man without hands sells clay figures that he makes for a living
  8. Bus stops in Suzhou
  9. Thoughts on the argument that china will be hamstrung because it is surrounded by hostile neighbors
  10. China welcomes Disney film’s gay content
  11. Foreign Internet Celebrities Skip China’s Firewall By Using Chinese Social Media Sites
  12. Could The Chinese Be The Next Dominant Force In Competitive Surfing? As the Chinese gear up for their first furore into competitive surfing at the ISA's this year, we look forward to the future. Despite a distinct lack of interest in surfing, they have set their sights to qualify for 2024 Olympics
  13. Panda Diplomacy: The World’s Cutest Ambassadors. It’s thought to have started as early as the Tang Dynasty in the 7th century when Empress Wu Zeitan sent a pair of bears (believed to be pandas) to Japan. This Chinese policy of sending pandas as diplomat gifts was revived in 1941
  14. Why China Must Confront North Korea
  15. How China ended the era of western domination
  16. Legendary sunken treasure discovered in Southwestern China - Xinhua
  17. Question, Are people overstating the importance of Military Alliances for China's Foreign Policy and its competition with America?
  18. Sinology by Andy Rothman - Trump, Trade & China Part II
  19. Global Times: Novel exploring excesses of 1950s land reform draws criticism from Maoists
  20. West must drop double standards on terror
  21. 16 women who changed Chinese art
  22. Unravelling the Tang: The Qiu Fu and Pang Xun (858-860), and Huang Chao Rebellions (878-880)
  23. Jenna Cook: The adopted girl claimed by 50 birth families - BBC News
  24. Why do Chinese students have higher test scores than Americans?
  25. Chinese Army in (Pakistan) 23rd March Parade
  26. 'My Life, My China’: Chinese journalist refused to cave in for the BBC - CGTN
  27. Huangguoshu Waterfall Shows Charm
  28. Chinese web novels help American man to conquer drug addiction
  29. Question: How much did the Cultural Revolution really Destroy?
  30. Translation of Chen Shou's official JS biography
  31. Chinese Opera Singer Nails The Impossible Alien Diva Song From Fifth Element
  32. Train route runs through an apartment block in Chongqing, China (x-post interestingasfuck)
  33. Pictures: Amazing Yuanyang Terrace in Yunnan, China
  34. Chinese peacekeeper puts love for daughter in sketches: During his posting in the West African nation, he missed his daughter a lot. "I wanted to give a special memento to my daughter," said Du
  35. Shennong: The God-King of Chinese Medicine and Agriculture
  36. Article in WSJ claims China is using pandas for "Geopolitical Domination"
  37. Korean here: what is your opinion about the installation of THAAD in korea and the subsequent boycott of Korean Goods?
  38. Translation of Huangfu Song's official HHS biography
  39. Western Documentary trying to smear China backfires as many western commenters defend China
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[Table] IAmA: Hello Reddit – I’m Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Microsoft founder. Ask me anything.

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How do you feel about the NSA and its oversight of computer usage? Edit: it's to its. Also, Thanks for the response! Edit2: mrw you guys gave Bill Gates 5 months of reddit gold and just left me here with fake internet points. Edit3: GOLD?! This is a complex issue. Privacy will be increasingly important as cameras and GPS sensors are gathering information to try and be helpful. We need to have trust in the way information is protected and gathered. There is a role for the government to try and stop crime and terrorism but it will have to be more open. I do think terrorism with biological or nuclear weapons is something we want to minimize the chance of.
If you were a current computer science student what area would you start studying heavily? If you feel like expanding on that, why do you think this area deserves the attention and how do you see it changing the technology game in the next 10 years? The ultimate is computers that learn. So called deep learning which started at Microsoft and is now being used by many researchers looks like a real advance that may finally learn. It has already made a big difference in video and audio recognition - more progress in the last 3 years than ever before.
What is your most expensive guilty pleasure purchase? EDIT: I left for class and came back to see that Bill Gates answered my question and CNET decided to make it a headline. I am so starstruck right now. Link to news.cnet.com. Owning a plane is a guilty pleasure. Warren Buffett called his the Indefensible. I do get to a lot of places for Foundation work I wouldn't be able to go to without it.
What are your thoughts about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin? The foundation is involved in digital money but unlike Bitcoin it would not be anonymous digital money. In Kenya M-pesa is being used for almost half of all transactions. Digital money has low transaction costs which is great for the poor because they need to do financial transactions with small amounts of money. Over the next 5 years I think digital money will catch on in India and parts of Africa and help the poorest a lot. (Link to www.impatientoptimists.org)
What's one of your goals for the next year... and how can we help? Wow. That is a nice thing to ask. I wish the debate about education would focus on helping teachers improve and what we know about that. Right now it is caught up in state versus federal and testing versus no-testing. In general politics needs to focus on the problems rather than attacking the other side. Asian countries are helping their teachers improve and the impact is huge.
Dear Mr. Gates...can you still do this? Link to www.youtube.com. Be honest. No I cannot. I can still jump but not over a full sized garbage can like I used to be able to. Be careful - it can hurt if you don't succeed.
Any luck with the condom design competition? This is a sensitive topic. The idea was that men don't like the current design so perhaps something they would be more open to would allow for less HIV transmission. We still haven't gotten the results. One grantee is using carbon nanotubes to reduce the thickness,
Mr. Gates, Any advice on how entrepreneurs of today and tomorrow should go about balancing business and philanthropy... or do they have to succeed first in order to give later? Just creating an innovative company is a huge contribution to the world. During my 20's and 30's that was all I focused on. Ideally people can start to mix in some philanthropy like Mark Zuckerberg has early in his career. I have enjoyed talking to some of the Valley entrepreneurs about this and I am impressed and how early they are thinking about giving back - much earlier than I did.
Yeah... Bill, I gotta ask you, what would you say you do there? I make sure we pick ambitious scenarios and that we have a strong architecture to deliver on them. I encourage good work (hopefully).
What is different about Bill Gates age 20 years and today, except for the time? 20 years ago I would stay in the office for days at a time and not think twice about it - so I had energy and naivete on my side. Now hopefully I am a bit more mellow but with a little extra wisdom.
Hey Bill, thank you so much for doing this AMA. I'd just like to know, what is something you enjoy doing that you think no one would expect from you? Playing Bridge is a pretty old fashioned thing in a way that I really like. I was watching my daughter ride horses this weekend and that is also a bit old fashioned but fun. I do the dishes every night - other people volunteer but I like the way I do it.
Hey Bill, have you made any plans to artificially prolong your life? Honest. No I don't. Other people think about that but I wouldn't want to extend my last few years unless that is happening for most people.
Can you describe your new role at Microsoft? I am excited about how the cloud and new devices can help us communicate and collaborate in new ways. The OS won't just be on one device and the information won't just be files - it will be your history including being able to review memories of things like kids growing up. I was thrilled Satya asked me to pitch in to make sure Microsoft is ambitious with its innovation. Even in Office there is a lot more than can be done.
How do you sell before you buy!? Its called shorting a stock.
How do you deal with the anti-vaccination sentiment that seems to be growing in our society? Have you ever found yourself justifying your efforts to reduce polio? (I'd like to give you an enormous thank you from myself personally. Thank you!!) In all countries vaccine rumors seem to always get ahead of vaccine facts. This is unfortunate since it has meant measles and pertussis deaths in communities where enough kids don't get vaccinated.
Besides improving the education system in the U.S., what do you believe is the next big issue that we need to address domestically? Education would be the top issue since it is key to individual opportunity and to the country as a whole and we are not doing as well as other countries. After that I would say immigration since the injustice of the current system is incredible.
Are you a fan of Video Games? If so, What is your favourite Video Game? Edit: PC Master race reigns supreme. I am not a huge gamer. My son knows a LOT more than I do about what is cool on Xbox. I played Halo but the sports games that the whole family can use are the things I use the most. I threw the javelin very very far!
Who is your role model? People who devote their lives to working in poor countries are doing amazing work with very little visibility. I have gotten to meet some of them.
You're working with TerraPower to bring a large scale source of low carbon energy onto the commercial grid. What, in your opinion, is the biggest impediment to bringing new nuclear technology onto the global market? We need low cost energy that is totally reliable. Most renewables will require storage which is expensive to do this. Nuclear will make a contribution if we can make it safer, cheaper and deal with waste better. Terrapower has a design (on paper) that addresses all of these issues so now we are talking to countries about building it. It is a 4th generation reactor design that uses depleted uranium.
What is your best personal financial advice for people who make under $100,000 per year? Invest in your education.
Hey Bill, if you didn't go into computers and later found Microsoft, what do you think you would be doing? I considered law and math. My Dad was a lawyer. I think though I would have ended up in physics if I didn't end up in computer science.
What smartphone and/or tablet are you currently using? I am using a Surface 2 PRO which works well for me.
How close are you to wiping out polio worldwide? We are very close. India just went 3 years with no cases. Pakistan is our toughest location right now because some parts of the Taliban have not allowed vaccinators to come in and have even attacked vaccinators. We are hopeful this will get resolved since no one wants their kid to be paralyzed. I spend a lot of time making sure the polio campaign is doing the best it can. We have great computer models that help guide our activities.
What is the biggest obstacle the developed world needs to overcome, in order to help the developing world? The greatest tragedy is kids who die or never get enough food to develop physically or mentally to achieve their potential. We need vaccines and nutrition to solve this. We are making progress but not fast enough.
Cynicism is the biggest barrier - www.gatesletter.com talks about this.
What role would you say higher education (university and beyond) played in your success? What is your current opinion of the higher education system? What is the best advice you can give to someone looking to create successful startup ventures? I love college courses. I still watch a lot of them. I read a lot about people who had been successful. College was fun for me. So the part of the higher education system I got to experience was amazing - unfortunately most people don't get to go to Harvard or the equivalent.
Hey Bill, I love your book lists. What are you currently reading, or plan to read next, that you suggest Reddit pick up? Thanks for doing another one of these, your first one was great. Well Smil keeps writing great books like Made in the USA and Making the Modern World: Materials and Dematerialization. Paul Farmer has 3 books recently - to Repair the World is very accessible. In the Company of the Poor is a harder read but also good. www.gatesnotes.com tracks my reading closely. (Link to www.thegatesnotes.com)
Was that a Christopher Walken impersonation in your myth video? I love him but any similarity was not intentional.
One of my favorite movies is Brainstorm - I highly recommend it!
Thank you Bill for another AMA. My question to you is, What's your biggest fear? Kids getting hurt or sick.
2) A couple of articles I read recently mentioned that the board is going to be putting pressure on the new CEO to exit the devices business and focus more sharply on enterprise customers. Your thoughts on that? If it means anything, I am a huge fan of the Surface. Can't afford one, but I have used the first one . Hugely impressed. 3) Also, this is pertinent to where I live -- India. A few people have a somewhat negative impression of the work that the B&MGF is doing; specifically, they claim it has an agenda to push products manufactured by American drug companies. Would you like to respond to that? Satya is taking a fresh view of where Microsoft is - strengths and weaknesses. A new person gets to step back and change the focus in some ways. He is off to a great start. In terms of the Foundation we fund vaccines that save childrens lives. The majority of those are made in India. In fact ironically India makes a lot of vaccines that are used in other countries but not in India. The Foundation is not trying to help anyone make money - simply to reduce the number of children who die from things like diarrhea and pneumonia.
Hi Bill! What is your favorite project you have ever worked on at Microsoft? The Windows project which required a lot of patience was great. Office was also great. Together they defined the big success of the 1990s for Microsoft. Office connected to the cloud has a LOT of potential and we are off to a good start. Cloud Storage needs to be a lot richer though.
I hear way back when you were a fast food connoisseur. What was your favorite fast food and why? Burger King and McDonalds are fine but In-N-Out is a very good burger. Dicks and Burgermaster are the local special burgers.
You and Melinda recently posted a piece of writing about your optimism for future. Could you elaborate as to the path you see the world taking in the next 50 years or so? I think in the next 20-30 years we will be able to almost eliminate gross inequity like the fact a child in a poor country has 30x more chance of dying than a child in a middle income or rich country. Literacy, nutrition,... These are basic things that we can afford to give to every child. In the meantime the rich world needs to make sure we handle the environment and the diseases of the rich.
Samuel L Jackson. Melinda would probably watch that version.
My guess is that machine learning would be his answer to the first question. Yes - the terms are a little confusing. Learning can mean a low level thing which all machine learning algorithms do or the high level idea of reading a book and understanding what it means.
Vista: First Blood Part II. I think this was supposed to be sarcastic...
It probably still depends on the size of the chair... Yes. A small enough chair I can still jump over.
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News roundup for the previous week.
In International news
  1. Duterte named 2016 ‘Person of the Year’ by Chinese magazine: The president is hailed as the 2016 ‘Person of the Year’ by the prestigious Hong Kong international affairs newsweekly , Yazhou Zhoukan
  2. Chinese state tabloid warns Trump, end one China policy and China will take revenge
  3. Chinese companies to build world's tallest twin towers in Cambodia: The twin towers will be 560 meters high with 133 floors. The project will include commercial areas, offices, residential areas, exhibition halls, hotels, as well as a 4-floor underground parking lot
  4. Against China’s objections, Ted Cruz and Texas governor meet with Taiwanese president
  5. Pakistan has officially begun construction of a missile warship that the country hopes will guarantee the integrity of its vital trade corridor with China
  6. Cruz meeting with Taiwan president has 'no bearing' on U.S. China policy: White House
  7. Ex-Tibetan Exile Monk defrauded Chinese EB-5 Investors $Millions, pleads guilty to fraud
  8. Donald Trump has 'great meeting' with Alibaba boss Jack Ma
  9. China's Xi to promote 'inclusive' globalization at Davos
  10. Jared Kushner: the powerful son-in-law of Donald Trump and his ties with Chinese businesses
  11. China's Iran oil imports to hit record on new production: sources
  12. Trump's secretary of state pick says China should be barred from South China Sea islands. (Lol) On Taiwan, "I don’t know of any plans to alter the 'one China' position," Tillerson said
  13. Serbia signs railway upgrades deal with China's CCECC
  14. DEA opens shop in China to help fight synthetic drug trade: In a sign of improving cooperation between the U.S. and China to fight the global drug trade, the Drug Enforcement Administration will open a new office there and its top chief will visit next week for the first time in more than a decade
  15. South Korea considering complaint to China over THAAD retaliation
  16. Malaysia and China reach agreement on tackling crime, terrorism
  17. China issues white paper, warns small- and medium-sized countries not to take sides
  18. Nigeria ordered Taiwan to move its trade mission from the capital, Abuja, to the commercial hub, Lagos, following a visit by the Chinese foreign minister during which his government pledged to invest $40 billion into infrastructure in Africa’s most populous country
  19. China and Kyrgyzstan vowed to deepen security cooperation and jointly fight terrorist forces such as the East Turkistan Islamic Movement. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations
  20. Philippines says any U.S. move against Beijing in S China Sea would be in its own interest
  21. China warns United States of 'military clash' over Tillerson comments
  22. U.S. is the most powerful country on the planet, yes, and biggest economy in the world. But China will be eventually just by virtue of its size. And so you can’t walk into a room and say, “Do it our way". - Chinese Nationalist aka. Secretary of State Kerry in remarks at the US Naval Academy
  23. More than 200 Taiwanese deportees still in China: A total of 223 Taiwanese who were deported over the past nine months from other nations on suspicion of telecommunications fraud are still being held in China, where they were deported
  24. Russia & China announce new ‘unspecified’ measures to US’ anti-missile system in S. Korea
  25. All aboard to fix the globalization 'bullet train', China's Xinhua says
  26. Before Trump gets his inauguration, China's president is to swipe some of the spotlight - I think China's trying to send a signal that it's the world's most responsible stakeholder.
  27. China's president will preach the advent of a new world order in Davos next week before the high priests of globalisation, who are facing an uprising from voters against their orthodoxy of open markets and borders.
  28. Turkey arrests two Chinese Uighurs over Istanbul nightclub attack
  29. China warns Trump that Taiwan policy is 'non-negotiable'
  30. Europe Turning to China as Uncertainty Over Trump's Foreign Policy Looms
  31. 2 Days From China To Europe By Rail? Russia Going For High-Speed Cargo Trains
  32. China projects to hit Singapore
  33. Silk Road route back in business as China train rolls into London
  34. How China's Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Fared Its First Year
  35. China and Vietnam to 'manage' differences over South China Sea: communique
  36. How China rules the waves: Beijing has spent billions expanding its ports network to secure sea lanes and establish itself as a maritime power
In Domestic news
  1. Air China bans shark fin cargo, reflecting dramatic shift in attitudes
  2. China Lacks Anti-Discrimination Law With Teeth
  3. Foreign instructors face more policy regulations and changes, which will keep qualified non-native English speaking teachers from obtaining jobs in some Chinese regions
  4. China to launch 'environmental police' force
  5. China fears the rise overly 'effeminate' boys and is taking action
  6. China combats corruption within anti-corruption agency
  7. Obesity: the big, fat problem with Chinese cities
  8. China's Hongshui River floating walkway is TWICE the length of Manhattan
  9. China changes start date of war with Japan, says will bolster patriotic education
  10. China's making huge economic bets on green energy
  11. China Sets June Deadline to Stamp out Shoddy Steel Manufacturers
  12. China opens 'most beautiful' high-speed railway: China opens its latest high-speed railway connecting six provincial capital cities along its route from the east coast to the far southwest of the country, namely Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanchang, Changsha, Guiyang and Kunming
  13. 50,000-meter Floating Walkway Opens on River in southwest China's Guizhou
  14. 'Rude' China police given hospitality lessons
  15. China detains 720, imposes $21.8 million of fines in pollution crackdown
  16. China rewrites history books to extend Sino-Japanese war by six years (Perfect example of the subtle Anti China manipulative narrative of Western media)
  17. Chinese authorities have published a draft regulation protecting minors’ rights in cyberspace that includes remedies for online bullying. No organisation or individual is allowed to threaten, insult or hurt minors online with words, pictures or video
  18. China school allows students to "borrow" marks to help ease exam stress
  19. In China, A Shift Away From Trade In Ivory and Shark Fins
  20. China has built the world’s largest bullet-train network
  21. Why China is counting its chickens
  22. China Orders Registration of App Stores
  23. Beijing to tackle air pollution
In SciTech news
  1. VR, Smart Gadgets, China Innovations Break Through All The Hype At CES 2017: What stood out among Chinese startups was healthtech wearable Vivalnk, AI robotics maker Ubtech; interactive smartwatch Mobvoi; intelligent hardware operating system Thundersoft, nanotechnology biosensors eNano Health
  2. Nokia brand launches its first Android smartphone... But it will only be available in China for $246.
  3. Tsinghua Unigroup to Build the World's Largest 3D NAND Flash Factory in Wuhan
  4. China Building World’s Highest Altitude Gravitational Wave Telescopes In Xizang
  5. Tpcast wireless VR - pretty excited to see another Chinese company lead in something that's hard tech.
  6. Consumer Electronics Show presents dazzling Chinese creations: CES 2017 has attracted over 3,800 companies worldwide, with 1,300 plus from China
  7. A colorful yet little known snout moth genus from China with five new species
  8. New Geological Map of the Moon Created By Chinese Scientists
  9. Long March 3B launches second TJSW spacecraft for China: China kicked off its 2017 campaign with the successful launch of the second Tongxin Jishu Shiyan Weixing (TJSW) spacecraft from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center
  10. Bionic woman: Chinese robot turns on the charm
  11. DJI and Seagate announce strategic partnership to advance data solutions for the UAV ecosystem: As drone cameras gain resolution and drone flight times grow longer, DJI and Seagate are focusing their efforts to securely and efficiently store, download and share the hundreds of gigabytes of data
  12. This New Computer Wants to Be the Ultimate AI Assistant for the Home: Baidu is teaming up with Chinese consumer tech company Ainemo to launch the device, called Little Fish, which is being positioned as a voice-centric home robot
  13. Is China still leading the graphene race? In addition to having more companies active in the production and sale of graphene than any other country, China also holds about 2/3rds of the global production capacity, according to Fullerex
  14. DJI – INTRODUCING DJI GS PRO
  15. Chinese scientists have built a camera capable of photographing objects it can’t directly see. The trick is to first randomize the light that the pixel detects, record the resulting light intensity, and then repeat this process thousands of times
  16. Baidu joins hands with China’s BAIC Motor Corp. to further develop its intelligent vehicle technology
  17. China to set up gravitational wave telescopes in Tibet: The telescope (Ngari), located 5,250 meters above sea level, will detect and gather precise data on primordial gravitational waves in the Northern Hemisphere. It is expected to be operational by 2021
  18. Chinese humanoid robot turns on the charm in Shanghai: "Jia Jia" can hold a simple conversation and make specific facial expressions when asked, and her creator believes the eerily life-like robot heralds a future of cyborg labour in China
  19. Robotic mannequin by Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s Institute of Textiles and Clothing
  20. Biologists Discover New Type of Microbial Photosynthesis: Prof. Beyenal and his colleagues from the United States and China report today on the unique metabolic process seen for the first time in a pair of bacteria (Prosthecochloris aestuarii and Geobacter sulfurreducens)
  21. Chinese commercial space player ExPace sent three small satellites into orbit on a Kuaizhou-1A solid-fuelled rocket as the corporation looks to gain a foothold in the domestic and international launch market
  22. A major breakthrough in 3-D printed medicine could bring hope to nearly 1.8 billion patients with cardiovascular disease. Chinese scientists working for Sichuan Revotek have successfully 3-D printed blood vessels and implanted them in rhesus monkeys
  23. Chinese Tech Company Takes On Microsoft With Super Cheap Tablet
In Economic news
  1. Chinese smartphones gained 40% of Indian market last year: survey Lenovo and Xiaomi took the second and third spots respectively, while India’s domestic brands saw a drop in market share
  2. McDonald's sells China business for $2.9bn
  3. This Chinese Carmaker Hopes to Be the First to Crack the U.S.
  4. Why you shouldn’t believe the horror stories about China’s economy
  5. Alibaba job boom: Jack Ma chats with Trump about how to create 1 million US jobs over 5 years
  6. US Steel Tariffs Against China Are Working: Americans Losing Jobs, Becoming Poorer As A Result
  7. China Ready to Step Up Scrutiny of U.S. Firms If Trump Starts Feud: Sources Options include subjecting well-known U.S. companies or ones with large Chinese operations to tax or antitrust probes. Other possible measures include anti-dumping investigations
  8. Obama got tough on China. It cost U.S. jobs and raised prices: 35% tariff on Chinese tires. Study from Peterson Institute of International Economics found higher prices cost an extra $1.1b, which translated to an estimated 3,731 jobs lost. China's retaliation cost American chicken producers $1b
  9. China logs record outbound investment
  10. China’s Pink Economy Is Leading the Country's Battle for LGBT Rights
  11. Narrowing talent recruitment gap between local and foreign companies in China: Report
  12. China turns to robots as workers age
  13. China banks extend record 12.65 trillion yuan in loans in 2016 as debt worries mount
  14. Trump Concerns Have Hedge Fund Investor Looking to China
  15. The humble ballpoint pen has become a new symbol of China's innovation economy
  16. ANZ sells UDC Finance to China's HNA Group in $628m deal
  17. How debt differs in China, the US and Japan
  18. A Trade War That Cannot Be Won
  19. China Expected to Poach More Taiwan Chip Execs
  20. China's Bitcoin Exchanges Quietly Made Policy Updates Overnight
  21. Finally! China celebrates ballpoint breakthrough
  22. China’s reputation for low-cost manufacturing under attack
  23. REPORT: China will merge media outlets to increase influence 'in the area of financial information'
  24. Hong Kong’s Property Billionaires Are the World's Richest
In Military news
  1. Does China’s deep-sea tech upgrade point to submarine signals network under Pacific? China had deployed hundreds of buoys, including nearly 20 deep anchor points, in the Western ­Pacific since 2014
  2. Report: China Could Have 351 Navy Ships By 2020. Plans to add more YUZHAO LPDs (amphibs which can carry 800 troops, 4 helicopters and 20 armored vehicles), new Type 055 cruiser (equipped with missiles, lasers and rail-gun weapons), HOBEI-glass guided missile patrol boats and JIANGDAO light frigates
  3. Genuinely Domestic Design: Introducing China’s HJ-8 Anti-Tank Missile
  4. Beijing freezes military ties with Seoul
  5. Female Navy Forces Show Strength Aboard China's 1st Aircraft Carrier: Around 100 officers set sail on voyage. Song said 'I believe such a moment highlights all female officers in China's navy. It is relevant to all service women who dedicated themselves for the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation'
  6. China’s third aircraft carrier may soon be in the pipeline: China’s second aircraft carrier, CV-17 is currently at an advanced stage of construction at Dalian Shipbuilding in north-eastern China
  7. Taiwan scrambles jets, navy as China aircraft carrier enters Taiwan Strait
  8. For the first time, a Chinese submarine has docked at a port in Malaysia, signaling deepening military ties between the two countries, which are already partners in the development of the Beijing- led Maritime Silk Road
  9. Chinese bomber flies round contested Spratlys in show of force - U.S. official
  10. China aircraft carrier Liaoning tested
Other Notables
  1. Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 curriculum resources: Who came to the United States at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century? Why did they come? What was their experience like when they arrived?
  2. Glass ball turned into egg, Chinese artist displays incredible magic: Chinese artist displays incredible magic in N China's Wuqiao, the birthplace of Chinese acrobatics
  3. Can Internet Slang Develop Traditional Chinese? Many new words and terms appear each year, but linguists are concerned about the impact of Internet slang
  4. The rise, fall, and comeback of the Chinese economy over the last 800 years
  5. Another Chinese Actress in Relationship with Younger Man: Chinese actress Li Bingbing is in a relationship with a man 10 years younger than her. The 43-year-old celebrity admit she is in a relationship with Xu Wennan, an executive at an investment company
  6. If the U.S. withdraws, China wonders whether it is ready to lead the world
  7. Pictures: Group Wedding Ceremony Held in NE China's Heilongjiang
  8. The train route from China to London (used from January 2017) [634 x 440]
  9. Trump May Actually Be The Greatest Gift China Could Ask For In Africa
  10. Shanghai Tower: how China's tallest skyscraper was built
  11. Sweet commercial for the Oppo R9s
  12. A fair review of President Obama’s legacy
  13. The King's Avatar, Tencent 2017 eSports anime series PV
  14. ancient Chinese art featuring American/Japanese pop icons
  15. China's Snow Eagle 601 Aircraft Makes First Landing at Kunlun Station in Antarctica
  16. Lessons in respect at China's Confucius kindergartens
  17. Mythological creatures come alive in Big Fish art
  18. Real patriots see the continuous progress China is making
  19. Chinese-Indian joint archaeological team discovers Chinese cultural relics in India: The Chinese pottery that's been found has been identified as coming from several different provinces and ranging from the 8th century to the 14th century
  20. How ethnicity and religion can influence financial habits: people of Chinese heritage tended to save more than Caucasian counterparts, even low income earners prioritising savings, leading to the conclusion that inherent cultural factors such as Confucianism emphasise frugality and familial concerns
  21. What If China's Money Stream Stops Flowing to Hollywood?
  22. What China’s sexiest grandpa tells us about the country's global plans
  23. China's new topsy-turvy bridge actually has three bridges woven into one
  24. Zhou Youguang, often credited as the "father of (Hanyu) Pinyin", passed away at 111.
  25. Donnie Yen bringing knives to a gunfight
  26. 前进中国 Progressing China 2016
  27. International ice sculptors gather in China for annual festival
  28. Bizarre tale of the Queen, 'Jack' the bonsai tree and a first-class jaunt from China
  29. When all of China goes on vacation at once
  30. Giant panda cubs kick start Chinese New Year 2017 celebrations
  31. Chinese newlyweds make the most of Tasmania's blooming lavender
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