Threats Posed by China’s Belt & Road: Report

China’s Dream, The World’s Nightmare: How the Chinese Communist Party is Colonizing and Enslaving the Planet. The First Annual Status Report on the Belt and Road Initiative by The Captive Nations Coalition of The Committee on the Present Danger: China.

MEDIA ADVISORY: New Report Exposes Threats Posed By C.C.P.’S Ominous Empire-Building ‘Belt And Road Initiative’

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Committee on the Present Danger: China (CPDC) and its Captive Nations Coalition (CNC) are releasing today a powerful new indictment of the world’s largest Transnational Criminal Organization: the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The report, entitled China’s Dream, The World’s Nightmare: How the  Chinese Communist Party is Colonizing and Enslaving the Planet, documents the CCP’s success to date in using debt-trap financing, corruption and other coercive techniques associated with its “Belt and Road Initiative” (BRI) to secure access to resources, markets and power-projection capabilities at the expense of targeted nations’ sovereignty, independence and security.

Uighur women in China bear mental scars of forced sterilizations

Mihrigul Tursun’s nightmare began in March 2017.

She returned from Egypt, where she had been living and working, to Xinjiang, a province in the western part of China. She was born and raised in Xinjiang as part of the ethnic Muslim group there known as Uighurs. At the time, Tursun had triplets who were two months old, and she was returning to Xinjiang so that her relatives could help her raise them.

First Report on CCP’s Belt and Road Initiative

This report investigates what amounts to a massive campaign by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to achieve world domination by building an empire through massive debt-trap financed overseas investments and commercial transactions. Unbeknownst to most Americans, this Silk Road restoration campaign – which has been dubbed the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) by its prime sponsor, CCP General Secretary Xi Jinping – is currently underway to various degrees in at least 140 of the world’s 193 countries