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Evidence China Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election

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Evidence China Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election

Evidence China Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election

The Biden gang’s relationship with the CCP included colluding with the CCP on a strategy to beat President Trump in the 2020 election.

Hunter Biden dropped off his laptop at a PC repairman more than a year ago for repairs.  Hunter’s laptop eventually became the property of the PC repairman due to Hunter’s inability to return and pick up his computer.  Per the agreement signed by Hunter and the repairman, if Hunter didn’t pick up his laptop, the laptop became the property of the PC repairman.  Hunter never picked up his laptop.

Over the past few months, experts have been analyzing Hunter’s laptop.   Based on these reviews, we have reported various disgusting details of Hunter’s life and the Biden family by analyzing this data.  Hunter kept a diary on the laptop.  He also backed up his text messages and kept pictures and videos of himself and prostitutes and family members doing drugs and having sex.  Hunter even uploaded some of these sex tapes onto the porn site PornHub:

HUGE BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Hunter Biden Has a PornHub Account Where He Uploaded His Personal Porn – Including with Family Member

TRENDING: BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Evidence China Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election

Yaacov Apelbaum at the Illustrated Primer today provides some more shocking findings hidden on Hunter’s laptop.

Hidden between tens of thousands of emails, IMs, documents, videos, sound recordings, and encrypted files is a collection of communications between Hunter Biden and one JiaQi.

JiaQi, AKA JaiQi Bao, AKA Jiaqi Wang, AKA Jiaqi Wang Bao, AKA Wang Bao Jiaqi, AKA Qinping Bao, AKA TianTian Bo, was Ye Jianming’s US based assistant/advisor.  If you don’t recall  the cast of characters in this Chinese finger puzzle, Ye Jianming, was the chairman of the China Huaxin energy conglomerate and Hunter’s and Jim Biden’s business partner.

Ye Jianming and his US based staff worked closely with Chinese intelligence which controlled large parts of the strategy, funding, and overseas operations of CEFC and another of the Biden’s Chinese joint ventures named Bohai Harvest RST (BHR).

Apelbaum provides pictures of JiaQi and more information at his site:

Evidence China Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election

Apelbaum writes:

Following traditional honeypot tactics, JiaQi was used to sweeten Hunter’s already saccharin laced business engagement with CEFC. She kept an eye on Hunter from her base in NYC and acted as a cutout between the overseas Chinese officials and the Bidens. In one alluring communication JiaQi wrote:

“…regarding the delivery of your doggie chain and holiday/birthday package. I safe kept your belonging for you as promised. I don’t think it is appropriate to drop off to a third party given the risk of miscommunication as happened in the past. How about I will either deliver it to you in person at your convenience or FedEx to a designated address where you can receive it directly?”

Based on the above note and the picture below we know that JiaQi was referring to the dog tags Hunter was wearing, probably is brother’s:

Evidence China Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election

But Hunter’s relationship with JiaQi was more than sexual.  The CCP through JiaQi was buttering up the Bidens and providing information to the Bidens on how to defeat President Trump in the election.  Here is one example – a 2 page email to Hunter offering talking points:

Evidence China Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election

And page 2:

Evidence China Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election

There are numerous other similar communications from the Chinese to the Bidens.  Including entire strategies as noted in the Board minutes from a firm Hunter was on, BHR Partners.

As Apelbaum notes:

These and some of the other documents strongly suggest that the Chinese government was engaging in full-blown influence and hands-on election interference on US soil via front companies like CEFC, HBR, and others, and that Hunter, Jim, and Joe Biden were actively colluding in these operations.

The Biden family and China were colluding on a strategy to win the 2020 election.  There’s much to support this statement.

 

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National Gallery of Australia Returns Stolen Art to India

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National Gallery of Australia Returns Stolen Art to India


The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) will repatriate 14 works of art from its Asian art collection back to the Indian government.

The thirteen works were purchased from New York-based antiquity dealer Subhash Kapoor, who is currently in prison awaiting trial for running an international smuggling racket. One was acquired from art dealer William Wolff.

The repatriated art includes six sculptures, six photographs, a brass processional standard, and a painted scroll.

The dancing child-saint Sambandar, 12th century. (Supplied, National Gallery of Australia)

The decision comes after years of research, due diligence, and a change in approach to the legal principles and ethical considerations behind its collections.

“This is the right thing to do, it’s culturally responsible, and the result of collaboration between Australia and India,” NGA Director Nick Mitzevich said in a statement (pdf). “We are grateful to the Indian Government for their support and are pleased we can now return these culturally significant objects.”

Mitzevich told the AAP that the physical handover would be negotiated over the next few months while considering COVID and the ability to travel.

The gallery introduced a provenance assessment that involves taking steps to remove and return items considered likely stolen, illegally excavated, illegally exported from a foreign country, or unethically acquired. Two independent reviews by former High Court Justice Susan Crennan AC QC helped the process.

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‘Manorath’ portrait of donor and priests before Shri Nathji, Udaipur, Rajasthan. (Supplied, National Gallery of Australia)

Three additional sculptures have been removed from its collection as the gallery determines their place of origin before they are also repatriated.

Mitzevich said their action demonstrated the gallery’s commitment to being a leading figure in the ethical management of art collections.

“With these developments, provenance decision-making at the National Gallery will be determined by an evidence-based approach evaluated on the balance of probabilities, anchored in robust legal and ethical decision-making principles and considerations,” he said.

The Indian High Commissioner to Australia Manpreet Vohra welcomed the decision and said the Indian government was extremely grateful for Australia’s “extraordinary act of goodwill and gesture of friendship.”

“These are outstanding pieces: their return will be extremely well received by the Government and people of India,” Vohra said.

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The divine couple Lakshmi and Vishnu [Lakshmi Narayana], 10th-11th century. (Supplied, National Gallery of Australia)

This is the fourth repatriation by the gallery to the Indian government. Following this move, it will no longer hold any works bought from Subhash Kapoor.

The NGA is still in the process of recovering some of its financial losses due to buying Kapoor’s smuggled works of art.

In 2014, it filed documents to the Supreme Court of New York on the purchase of a stolen bronze sculpture ‘Shiva as Lord of the Dance (Nataraja)’ and was later awarded $11 million in compensation.

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Minnesota Woman and Christian Missionary has Legs Amputated After Taking Pfizer Jab – May Also Lose Her Hands — GoFundMe Account Set up

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Renewables Push Could Blackout Australia Without Total Grid Reform

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Renewables Push Could Blackout Australia Without Total Grid Reform


A total reform to Australia’s grid is urgently needed, or else the transition to renewables could spell disaster for energy security, says the government’s Energy Security Board.

The board told state and federal leaders at the National Cabinet on Wednesday that Australia’s accelerated conversion from coal to wind and solar had to be accompanied by a total overhaul to the nation’s energy grid.

“This isn’t just a tweak around the edges,” said Energy Security Board Chair Kerry Schott. “It’s about a whole redesign of the national electricity market.”

This comes as both Victoria and New South Wales released their own plans to reach net-zero earlier this year, with premiers for both states having to face the Energy Security Board as it addressed Australia’s difficult challenge in safely transitioning to solar and wind power.

“It’s something we have to do to confidently embrace Australia’s energy future while reducing the risk of price shocks and blackouts.”

Energy Security Board Chair Kerry Schott speaks during a discussion forum at the Clean Energy Summit at the International Convention Centre in Sydney, Australia, on July 30, 2019. (AAP Image/Peter Rae)

This year alone, Australia experienced the brunt of blackouts and price spikes on numerous separate occasions.

In May, a fire at the Callide coal-fired power station and a lack of backup generation saw lights go out for 400,000 Queenslanders.

Also, in May, Australasia’s largest aluminium smelter was forced to power down five times in two weeks after the smelter couldn’t afford to pay for electricity after planned, and unplanned coal plant outages sent energy prices soaring—on one occasion exploding by 18,000 percent.

Following the outages, which were exacerbated by cold weather, Australians were left wide-eyed in June after their electricity bills showed average energy costs had almost tripled compared to the same month last year.

But signs of instability were starting to show even earlier with the shutdown of Victoria’s Hazelwood coal plant in 2017, and the exit of 1,600 megawatts which had supplied power to meet 25 percent of Victoria’s electricity needs, and around 8 percent of the entire National Electricity Market.

The resulting disruption was felt across Australia’s east coast, with average energy prices shooting up by 85 percent for Victoria, 63 percent for New South Wales, 53 percent for Queensland, and a further 32 percent for South Australia.

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Workers leave Hazelwood Power Station after their final shift in Hazelwood, Australia, on Mar. 31, 2017. Around 750 workers have been left jobless after the plant was closed. (Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Schott recommended Australia’s path to emissions-free energy be bolstered by a series of significant reforms, one of which was to reinforce Australia’s fleet of reliable energy generation and storage.

“We have had a very mild summer, and everyone has got very complacent, but we only need one hot summer in three jurisdictions together, or a major unexpected outage at a big coal plant, and we’ve got a real resource adequacy issue right on top of us,” she said.

A second recommendation was to fast track large-scale renewable energy hubs to support vast renewable power generation at an even lower price point—a direction which has gradually made progress with a recent proposal for the world’s largest, $95 billion renewable energy hub in Western Australia.

A third but equally critical suggestion was to address underlying technical constraints imbued in the nation’s energy infrastructure, namely, maintaining grid inertia and stabilising grid frequency.

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