21 Large-scale Floods in China; Explosion News Removed; Chinese Regime Tightens Economy Control

September 23, 2020 Updated: September 23, 2020

Heavy rainfall continues in parts of China, and on September 22 water levels on the Songhua River in Harbin rose to its warning level. New flood alerts were issued by the Ministry of Water Resources, which warned of coming floods on the Jinsha River in Yunnan, Yuanjiang River, Duliu River in Guizhou, Hongshui River and Youjiang River in Guangxi. It also noted that some small and medium sized rivers in China are expected to have a “super-alarm level of floods.”

Meanwhile, in Suzhou, a major city in Jiangsu Province of East China, a large explosion was caused by a suspected natural gas leak. A notice about the explosion was deleted from Chinese internet soon after it was published. A local gas company issued the statement in the early morning of September 23, and said the explosion was caused by a pipe leak. It also stated the incident was still under investigation.

As we recently reported, it’s now been exposed that the Chinese Communist Party has built a database that includes profiles of people outside China, including in the United States, Australia, and Canada. The profiles allegedly include politicians, businessmen, academics, and others that Chinese authorities may be interested in targeting. This verifies an exclusive story published in The Epoch Times back in 2016, which exposed a database China had built on Americans. To learn more about this we speak with Casey Fleming, CEO of BlackOps Partners Corp, an intelligence and security strategy firm.

These stories and more in this episode of Crossroads.

Crossroads is an Epoch Times show available on Facebook and YouTube.

Join Patreon to Support Crossroads: https://www.patreon.com/Crossroads_Josh

Follow Joshua on Twitter: @JoshJPhilipp