China Insider: U.S. Under Secretary of State Calls on Xi: Tear Down the Firewall

October 1, 2020 Updated: October 7, 2020

U.S. Under Secretary of State Calls on Xi: Tear Down the Firewall

The United States has stepped up its resistance to CCP infiltration and is concerned about the dangers of the CCP’s firewall. On September 28, U.S. Under Secretary of State Keith Krach posted a video on Twitter, calling on Xi Jinping to tear down China’s Great Firewall. In 1987, President Ronald Reagan in front of the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin called for the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, to tear down the Berlin Wall, which had separated West and East Berlin since 1961.

Beijing Pressured California Senate to Scrap Human Rights Resolution

Chinese diplomats have for years worked behind the scenes to pressure U.S. state and local officials into adopting policies friendly to Beijing.
But this issue has only recently gained national attention as the Trump administration raises the alarm on the communist regime’s influence activities across the country.

Overseas Chinese Start a Campaign to Remove CCP’s Flags

Admits the U.S. government’s crack-down on the CCP, overseas Chinese launched a campaign in August called “Global Campaign to Remove the Five-Star Bloody Flag.”

Recently, when the American Chinese Chamber of Commerce celebrated the 71st anniversary of the CCP’s national day, although the event was held on a small balcony, many Chinese activists arrived to protest and shouted anti-communist slogans.

U.S. Ambassador Calls For Taiwan to Be Part of United Nations

The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Craft has voiced support for Taiwan to be included in the United Nations system.

On September 29, Craft said in a virtual Global Cooperation and training Framework (GCTF): “The world needs Taiwan’s full participation in the United Nations system, particularly with respect to matters that affect public health and economic development.”