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In this video, Alfredo Jalife discusses how China has increased its power by placing a new "War Cabinet" in the new Politburo. He covers Giselita García's reporting from the Communist Party's National Congress, and how this has important implications for China's internal politics. He also discusses how China has been growing in power, and how the United States and Russia have been pushing each other closer together.

  • 00:00:00 This video discusses how China has increased its power by placing a new "War Cabinet" in the new Politburo. The main points are that China has been growing in power, and the United States and Russia have been pushing each other closer together. China and Russia are now stronger than ever due to their past mistakes in geo-strategy. This video also covers Giselita García's reporting from the Communist Party's National Congress, which had important implications for China's internal politics.
  • 00:05:00 This video discusses Xi Jinping's recent appointment as head of the Chinese military's newly created "war cabinet" in the new Politburo. Xi's background in financial management and his success in lifting 800 million Chinese out of poverty are highlighted. His tolerance for zero tolerance for the Covid pandemic is also mentioned. The Chinese Communist Party's 100-year history is discussed, with particular reference to Herbert Marcus and the 1968 student movement in China. The globalist, monarquic, and neocolonial tendencies present in the world are mentioned, and Mexico is mentioned as a country where the public is particularly interested in Chinese politics. Finally, the artist's view on the current media frenzy surrounding Chinese politics is expressed.
  • 00:10:00 In this video, Celita, an official Chinese news agency, reports that she has resigned from her position and is leaving the Politburo meeting. There has been a lot of speculation as to why she resigned, with some people believing she was pushed out because she was the predecessor of the current leader, Xi Jinping, and others believing she simply didn't want to be pushed aside. Regardless of the reason, it's clear that Xi's power is growing in China, as he is now Secretariat of the Communist Party and President of the Central Military Commission.
  • 00:15:00 Xi Jinping is moving his cabinet of war to the new politburo, replacing Defense Minister Chang Wanquan who was not reconvened for a third term as expected. Criticisms of Xi's presidency focus on his lack of effect on tackling corruption and his lack of action on China's rising power in the world.
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses China's new "war cabinet," which includes seven members, all of whom were born in the communist country but have backgrounds in the Bolchevique movement. It's interesting to note that, while the cabinet has communist roots, Xi Coloca a su "Gabinete de Guerra" en el Nuevo Politburo | Alfredo Jalife. The video then goes on to discuss the importance of the province of Shanghai, which has a strong connection to the communist movement. In 2013, Likiank, a former governor of the province, was appointed vice president of the Communist Party of China. Finally, the video discusses the importance of topography in Chinese politics and how it ties back to the origins of the communist movement.
  • 00:25:00 This video is about Xi Jinping, the new Chinese president, placing his "war cabinet" in the new Politburo. It's very impressive and very open to the West even there is a hotel that made an Israeli Cohen a suspected smuggler back in the Belle Epoque. I was there for a few weeks and I can't remember how long. I think it was about a week. Shanghai was important because that's where China's financial center is. It will eventually replace Hong Kong, which is now part of China, not under the model of a country with two systems. In Shanghai, the founding father of China's Republic is born. Someone who knows Chinese should correct me if I'm wrong. And Shanghai also birth the Chinese Communist Party there, which is important to see. Then I remember when I was in Shanghai and gave a conference. I think it was accompanying my German friend who is one of the world's leading experts on Marxism, and precisely, that same week I was there, I spoke with the school's teachers, and it turns out they were all students of Marxism. That caught my attention. They're studying it as a subject, not just something to be memorized. I was so impressed that I asked if they could bring a
  • 00:30:00 In this video, Xi places his "war cabinet" in the new Politburo. Known for his experience in military affairs, Xi was selected for the post due to his credentials. The other members of the Politburo, all of whom are members of the Chinese Communist Party's military committee, form the backbone of the party's military apparatus. This is significant because it shows the party's dedication to maintaining a strong military presence, even as it moves away from its reliance on Soviet-style communism. Meanwhile, in Brazil, the election is very close, and France 24 reports that Bolsonaro and Haddad are tied in the polls.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, Xi Jinping, the new Chinese president, is shown placing his "War Cabinet" in the new Politburo. Among the cabinet's members are three major generals, presumably chosen for their expertise in military matters. This is interesting, as Xi himself comes from the military; and his two vice presidents, both of whom are generals, are of higher rank than he is. The article goes on to say that, after the US, Russia, and China went through their recent financial crises, the way to overcome them is to have a well-conceived geo-strategy and take into account technological progress, education, and military matters.
  • 00:40:00 In this YouTube video, Xi Jinping, the new Chinese president, is introduced. He places his "War Cabinet" in the new Politburo. The video covers Xi's journey from provincial governor to leader of China. He talks about the importance of technology and information in a modern political party. He also talks about the need for political reform in China. The video finishes with a discussion of populism in Mexico and China.
  • 00:45:00 This video discusses Xi Jinping's recent appointment to China's new "war cabinet," which has been met with criticism in part because of the term "populism." Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador, who was president of Mexico at the time, is quoted as saying that "populism" doesn't have a bad reputation in Mexico. He calls himself a "populist" if he believes in technological progress and the advancement of the people. Xi Jinping was met with a rebuke by Peña Nieto when he read a speech in which he criticized populism and U.S. President Barack Obama. Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador and other populists in other countries should be put on display so that they can be critiqued properly. The video concludes with a discussion of Paul Krugman, who is considered the best economist in the United States.
  • 00:50:00 The video discusses the importance of leadership and political consistency in a superpower, and how Chinese leader Xi Jinping excels in this area. The experts discuss how China's recent election shows that the party has a strong leadership and is able to unite and execute effectively. They also point out that the Chinese people have a "gabinete de guerra" - a cabinet of war - within the Politburo, and that it is important for them to be ready for global conflict.
  • 00:55:00 The video discusses how the current nuclear situation between the United States and Russia could lead to a nuclear war, and how the three major world powers have to adjust to the new reality. It mentions a article about how China has already won in the chip market over America, and that ideological differences between China and the United States are causing the U.S. to lose in this area. The video recommends readers read an article by Peter S. Simon about the advances China has made in chip exports to the United States.

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In this video, Xi Jinping, the new president of China, is shown placing his "War Cabinet" in the new Politburo. The video also mentions that Xi is seeking to revive the Chinese economy and increase China's global influence.

  • 01:00:00 In this video, Xi Jinping, the new president of China, is shown placing his "War Cabinet" in the new Politburo. The video also mentions that Xi is seeking to revive the Chinese economy and increase China's global influence. The analysis in the video points out that Xi's goals are ambitious, and that there is likely to be conflict within the Communist Party during his term. One of the points made is that Xi is focusing more on domestic policy than foreign affairs, which may lead to more conflict with other countries. The video also mentions that Xi will be seeking to rejuvenate the Chinese nation.
  • 01:05:00 The video discusses Xi Jinping's recent appointment to the new Politburo Standing Committee, and how his militaristic past would likely continue to be a major part of his policy agenda. The author notes that, due to Xi Jinping's focus on long-term planning, China's recent economic growth may be short-lived. The article also discusses China's rise in technological innovation and its recent achievements in space exploration.
  • 01:10:00 The Pentagon has said that artificial intelligence (AI) gives the United States an advantage of 15 years in the war against China, and we're about to see how this war is going to be resolved. There are some very interesting new developments that I'm following as I write, and I'll be keeping you updated on this important topic before it finishes the year. I want to leave you with one important thing: China's long-term planning is divided into stages, reflecting the country's changing geopolitical and technological situation. The first stage is based on Marxism-Leninism, while the second and third stages are based on Deng Xiaoping's economic reform and social development policies, respectively. The fourth stage, which is currently in progress, is focused on building a socialist society with Chinese characteristics. Xi Jinping's new leadership team is more nationalist than previous ones, and this could have a significant impact on relations with its neighbors, especially India. I can't give a definite opinion on this topic just yet, so I'll be asking questions and listening to responses. I hope that everyone will participate in this interactive discussion. The next question is: What is your opinion on populism? I think it's worth debating this topic, because there's a
  • 01:15:00 The article discusses the importance of the BRICS countries, specifically India, and how they are becoming more important as the Trump administration takes office. It cites the example of Goldman Sachs, which created the concept of "bricks," which refers to a group of countries that have strong economic ties. India has to weigh the pros and cons of joining the BRICS, as it could antagonize its enemies China, the United States, and other countries in the group. Meanwhile, the arrival of Kamala Harris to the United States is being seen as a symbol of India's rising power in the world.
  • 01:20:00 In this video, Xi Jinping, the new Chinese president, places his "War Cabinet" in the new Politburo. India, but the mother is Hindu She has even got to the test with the characteristic color of those who are geniuses The threads to which I want to arrive, what We are in a very interesting moment where India is becoming a superpower It is not the level of the United States, Russia, and China, but it is immediately after I do not doubt putting her immediately then, above all, when making the classification of what is power, how clarifies and classifies a power has all the virtues to become a superpower My judgment would be fourth in the world I humble opinion we can put it to discussion What I want to reach is that India today Yes, today India has become a superpower Russia does it well Russia and India have great relations between Russia and India are of first-rate level They should be confused there Even the great primacoff is First Minister of Russia, now Rusal, who later became Russia Balanced spoke of rich Russia, India, and China Already someone put Brazil in good condition to pull Rick,
  • 01:25:00 The video discusses Xi Jinping's placement of his "War Cabinet" in the new Politburo, and how this might mean the continuation of the Hartford Agreement. It also mentions that China views the coming Republican takeover of the U.S. as a good thing, and that Russia benefits from a Democratic takeover. Dr. Alfredo Jalife talks about China's long-term policy of population growth and how it will affect its economy. He also says that the Republican party in the U.S. will benefit from a demographic shift in Mexico, where Mexicans will be the first ethnic group in the country in the next 10 years. He goes on to say that all three countries must be analyzed together and that India will also be important in this regard.
  • 01:30:00 In this video, Alfredo Jalife discusses the new Politburo lineup in China and how it compares to the U.S. government. He also mentions Japan's demographic problems and the growth of Mexican immigrants in the U.S. He says that Mexican Americans should start thinking of themselves as Americans, and that they should create their own political party to better represent their interests. Jalife also discusses the importance of being transnational and reaching out to Americans directly.
  • 01:35:00 The video discusses China's growth rate and the new Politburo, which is said to be due to China's growth rate. The interviewer asks whether the new Politburo is adequate to China's projected growth rate of 2.5% a year, which is not enough to displace America's lead in economic power by 2060. The interviewer also asks whether China will overtake the United States in economic power in the next five to six years. The interviewer makes a sociological and economic comparison between America and China and concludes that America is in a period of decline, while China is in a period of growth.
  • 01:40:00 Xi places his "War Cabinet" in the new Politburo. This is not new; Xi has always been a hardliner. All the powers accuse each other of spying, with accusations of bribery against Chinese nationals reaching high levels. A U.S. diplomat was arrested in Moscow. etc. These are classic war games, and there's no need to be scared. They've always been a part of human history since the fifth century BC. And as a conclusion, how are we going to be Lula's Giselita and warn them of our special on Sunday? Well, we're winning the sovereignty battle against globalists, and that's good news for the sovereignists. I'm not going to discuss this topic any further today. I'm finished. Globalists against sovereignists is a tired topic. I'm today's cut-off card. Today, I'm against globalists. Today, I'm for sovereignists. That's all for today. I suggest we make a Sunday special about it. We'll announce it on your channel when it's scheduled. Until then, stay tuned for my ideas on lithium. Lithium is important to us Mexicans, because President López Obrador is meeting with John Kerry this

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