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NORTH KOREA LAUNCHED SIXTH NUKE TEST AFTER ICBM HYDROGEN BOMB BOAST, CHINA DETECTS EARTHQUAKE

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Has North Korea launched nuclear test? China detects quake

 

A 5.6 magnitude earthquake has struck near a test site in North Korea, sparking fears the regime has launched its sixth nuclear test.

China’s earthquake administration said it detected the quake in northeastern North Korea and described it as a ‘suspected explosion’, according to Reuters.

The depth was recorded as zero meters deep. Yonhap, South Korea’s official news agency, reports the quake struck in Kilju county where North Korea’s nuclear test site Punggyeri is located.

South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff says the quake was artificial and it’s analyzing whether the North conducted a nuclear test.

It says it detected a seismic wave from 12.34pm to 12.36pm Sunday around Punggyeri.

North Korea conducted its fifth test last September – which also caused a massive earthquake.

Just hours earlier, the country claimed it has developed a more advanced nuclear weapon that has ‘great destructive power’.

Photos released on Saturday show the country’s leader Kim Jong-un inspecting a hydrogen bomb that will be loaded on a new intercontinental ballistic missile.

The hydrogen bomb’s power is adjustable and can be detonated at high altitudes. The regime claims it can build as many of the nuclear weapons as it wishes.

 

Read more: BREAKING NEWS – Fears North Korea has launched its SIXTH nuclear test: 5.6 ‘artificial’ earthquake is detected near test site, after regime boasted it had loaded a hydrogen bomb onto an ICBM

PRES. TRUMP URGED TO NATIONALIZE AMERICA’S ONLY RARE EARTH MINE NOW OWNED BY CHINESE COMPANY

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  • Nationalizing the mine would guarantee that manufacturers wouldn’t lose access to the rare-earth minerals if China decided to restrict their import.

 

The Decline and Fall of America’s Rare Earth Capacity

The U.S. was once the world’s largest producer of such metals but in recent decades has lost out to China, where the rare earth minerals are plentiful and companies are not burdened by environmental and labor regulation.  

By 1999, more than 90 percent of the rare earth materials used by U.S. industry came from deposits in China. Today, China produces 97 percent of rare earth elements used globally.

Last year, there were no rare earth materials mined in the U.S., according to the Department of the Interior’s U.S. Geological Survey.  The U.S. imports between $120 million and $160 million worth of rare earths a year, around 9 percent of total global demand for the minerals.

Exclusive: Donald Trump Urged to Nationalize America’s Only Rare Earth Mine

 

  • By buying up Mountain Pass, the Chinese have locked up the only operating rare earth mining operation outside of China,” said Michael Silver, chief executive of American Elements Corp.
  • Nationalizing the mine would guarantee that manufacturers wouldn’t lose access to the rare-earth minerals if China decided to restrict their import.

 

An investor group that allegedly has ties to the Chinese government in June purchased the rare earth mine in Mountain Pass, California that was one of the final remaining assets of the now bankrupt Molycorp Inc. The mine is one of the very few not already controlled by China, which accounts for 97 percent of the global rare-earth mineral production.

“By buying up Mountain Pass, the Chinese have locked up the only operating rare earth mining operation outside of China,” said Michael Silver, chief executive of American Elements Corp., in an interview with Breitbart News about his White House meetings.

China’s control of rare earth mining has implications for the U.S. military. According to a 2016 Government Accountability Office study, certain rare earth materials are “essential to the production, sustainment, and operation of U.S. military equipment.” Critical military uses include rare earths employed in antimissile defense systems, precision-guided weapons, lasers, communications systems, night vision equipment, satelites and military aircraft.

“Reliable access to the necessary material…is a bedrock requirement for the [Department of Defense],” the GAO wrote.

The GAO found that the Defense Department lacked any comprehensive plan for how to deal with “potential supply disruptions.”

 

Read more: Exclusive: Donald Trump Urged To Nationalize America’s Only Rare Earth Mine

VIDEO: MOTHER ABANDONS CHILD IN PARKING GARAGE AND WALKS AWAY WITH BABY CRYING

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  • An employee passerby comes to the child’s rescue who had heard the child’s screams.

Daily Mail report:

 

Video footage shows an abandoned baby left in an underground car park as traffic sped past.

The video shows the child’s mother leaving the baby by the roadside in Guiyang City, China’s Guizhou province on May 27.

The child is then left to fend for itself as traffic passes by.

The woman can be seen leaving the child behind while looking around to ensure that she isn’t being watched.

She places the baby on the ground making sure that the child is sat upright.

People can be seen walking past the mother and child.

The mother looks around before placing her child up against the wall.

As she walks away, the child can be seen looking around for her mother.

….A passerby comes to the child’s rescue as the footage cuts. According to reports, the passerby was an employee of the car park who had heard the child’s screams.

She took the child to the police station.

Police are said to be searching for the child’s mother.

Tragic: The child is left alone and can be seen looking around for its mother

She can be seen placing the child on the floor in a corner before then leaving it alone

The mother can be seen carrying her child in the car park in Guizhou province

PHOTOS: MELANIA TRUMP AND IVANKA KUSHNER JOIN TRUMP MEETING WITH CHINESE PRESIDENT XI JINPING AND WIFE PENG LIYUAN AT MAR-A-LAGO

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President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump stood at the doors of the president's Mar-a-Lago resort to officially welcome Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan

 

( Daily Mail ) United States President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping have arrived in Palm Beach for two days of talks.

The leaders arrived separately on Thursday and will not see each other until early this evening, when they’ll meet for the first time at a dinner that will also be attended by their wives.

Xi was greeted at the tarmac in Florida, where a red carpet was stretched out for his arrival, by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

Trump touched down just before 3pm.

Speaking to reporters who traveled with him on Air Force One from Washington, Trump was optimistic about the coming conversations. ‘I think China will be stepping up,’ he said of the pressure he expects the country to put on North Korea.

Read more: The year of The Donald! President Trump greets Chinese leader and his wife at Mar-a-Lago as Melania dons a stunning red dress ahead of dinner at start of two-day summit in Palm Beach 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ivanka and her family are also in Florida for the weekend, flying down on Air Force One as well

 

 

 

Melania and Donald Trump walk from Air Force One to the president's motorcade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This marks their first ever meeting since Trump became president. While laborers and Democratic lawmakers are urging Trump to bring up touchy subjects like currency manipulation and trade, his aides are tempering expectations

 

 

 

Their summit brings together two leaders who could not seem more different: the often stormy Trump, prone to angry tweets, and Xi, outwardly calm, measured and tightly scripted

 

 

Both men wore dark suits, while the American first lady sported a red tea-length dress, paired with a floral print heel. Her Chinese counterpart wore a traditional qipao-inspired blue dress with black shoes

 

 

 

Trump said he wants to raise concerns about China's trade practices and urge Xi to do more to rein in North Korea's nuclear ambitions in the talks, though no major deals on either issue were expected

 

 

 

Pictured, Melania in a striking red tea-length dress just one day after she welcomed the King and Queen of Jordan at the White House

 

 

 

Trump greets Chinese leader and his wife at Mar-a-Lago

IVANKA INVADES CHINA! CHINESE WOMEN GETTING PLASTIC SURGERIES TO LOOK LIKE IVANKA – THEIR NEW BEAUTY OBSESSION

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Women in China have been taking images of Ivanka Trump into cosmetic surgeons' offices looking to copy the first daughter's look

 

( Daily Mail ) Ivanka Trump might be getting the SNL treatment in America, but in China, she is the next big beauty trend.

According to cosmetic surgery professionals in the country, women are ga-ga over the first daughter’s good looks – so much so that they are going to great lengths to copy her look.

Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, Chinese companies have been lodging applications to use Ivanka’s name to sell their business.

READ MORE: Women in China are flocking to plastic surgeons looking to copy the ‘big eyes, pretty nose and flawless figure’ of Ivanka Trump

 

Chinese women after surgery to look like Ivanka Trump

 

 

VIDEO: CRUEL MOTHER KICKS HER BABY GIRL BECAUSE SHE WON’T STOP CRYING

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A  27-year-old Chinese mother publicly kicks her baby girl very hard because she won’t stop crying. She is said to be from central China’s Hubei.  In the short footage, she is heard yelling ‘Still crying?’ to her baby girl.

 

The beginning of the footage showed the crying baby was lying on the floor weaklyThe footage, captured in the Guangdong province of southeast China, shows the woman yelling at the crying infant as she beats her with her foot against a tiled floor

 

But instead of lifting the child into her arms to comfort, she begins kicking the baby

 

 

 

 

TRUMP ON CHINA AND PUNISHING COMPANIES WITH 35% ‘BORDER TAX’ IF THEY DON’T MANUFACTURE IN U.S.

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The U.S. is going to substantially reduce taxes and regulations on businesses, but any business that leaves our country for another country, fires its employees, builds a new factory or plant in the other country, and then thinks it will sell its product back into the U.S. …… without retribution or consequence, is WRONG!

There will be a tax on our soon to be strong border of 35% for these companies wanting to sell their product, cars, A.C. units etc., back across the border. This tax will make leaving financially difficult, but…..these companies are able to move between all 50 states, with no tax or tariff being charged.

Please be forewarned prior to making a very expensive mistake! THE UNITED STATES IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

 

 

TRUMP ON CHINA:

Did China ask us if it was OK to devalue their currency (making it hard for our companies to compete), heavily tax our products going into their country (the U.S. doesn’t tax them) or to build a massive military complex in the middle of the South China Sea? I don’t think so!