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Dec. 17, 2017

The Far East is the next powder keg created by the Obama power vacuum. China has devaluated its currency to such an extent, it is effectively declaring economic warfare. The military doctrine has been amended and land reclamation policy is geopolitical trouble in the making. What new China doctrine does the Trump administration have in mind? 


The Pentagon is demanding China return a stolen U.S. underwater drone. They claim that the device was seized by a Chinese warship near an American oceanographic vessel. The encounter took place in international waters, where international law applies. Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook is calling for China to act in accordance with those laws and return the unmanned underwater vehicle. (...) It’s being reported that Bowditch has stopped to pick up two UUVs when a Chinese warship – which had been following the American vessel – lowered a boat into the water and the crew grabbed one of the drones. When the crew of the Bowditch radioed the Chinese ship, telling them to return the property, they received no reply. However, they did come onto the radio to say that they were going to continue their operations. It’s unclear what motivated the theft of the American drone, or when we will get it back. (Source)

Dec. 4, 2016


Trump opening up the debate on the current geopolitical paradigm regarding China requires us to revisit recent history since 1949. Alex Jones is kicking off with a brief reminder of the events that led up to the West acquiescing to the Communist molog, a situation that the Trump administration means to change.

Dec. 3, 2016


Another media manufactured controversy was sparked last night when it became known that President Elect Trump had spoken to the President of Taiwan. This is supposedly "not done" diplomatically so as not to annoy Beijing. It's obvious at first glance that this wasn't a diplomatic gaffe on Trump's part, but a calculated effort. The phone call was scheduled. (Source) The media first reported erroneously that "Trump had called Taiwan!", then broke news that the Chicoms had contacted Obama to intervene to straighten this "gaffe". These asinine media eruptions are getting dangerous! Trump is sending two messages: 1) that the USA is not going to outsource its foreign policy to the globalists. 2) that USA won't be intimidated. The call was apparently facilitated by Stephen Yates, the former White House Dept. Ass.  for National Security Affairs to Dick Cheney.
China’s military conducted a salvo of 10 missile flight tests late last month in a show of force during the transition to the Donald Trump administration. Chinese state media reported Thursday that the simultaneous flight tests of 10 DF-21 intermediate-range ballistic missiles were carried out in China. The missiles “can destroy U.S. Asia-Pacific bases at any time,” the dispatch from the official Xinhua news agency reported. The flight tests were disclosed by China Central Television on Nov. 28 and coincide with President-elect Donald Trump’s high-profile announcements of new senior government officials. (More)

Sep. 10, 2016


May 7, 2016


Gordon Chang, Asia analyst and author of 'The Coming Collapse of China,' says Beijing's actions will destabilize the region.

(...) China’s State Council, the Communist giant’s version of our cabinet, has issued a policy paper declaring that Beijing is facing “a grave and complex array of security threats” that forces it to switch its strategy from defense to offense and that as a result China will increase its “open seas protection”. This means that China is not about to give up its territorial claim in the South and East China Seas, which include the Spratley, Paracel, and Shenkaku Island chains but will protect them with aggressive force if necessary. China will also continue its building of artificial islands as bases from which to strike. This is a clear response to President Obama’s “Pacific pivot” and an indication of how little Beijing is impressed. An editorial in the Global Times, a newspaper seen as a mouthpiece for hard-line nationalists in Beijing, warns of the consequences of resistance warns, “If the United States’ bottom line is that China has to halt these activities, then a U.S. China war is inevitable in the South China Sea.”

(...) In the South China Sea, as of February, according to Reuters, China had finished construction on no less than six different island reefs from which to project its power in the South China Sea. Included in its military effort is the construction of a 3,000 meters (9,842 feet) long runway on the artificially expanded Fiery Cross Reef as a base for Chinese fighter aircraft. (...) China also is laying claim to the Senkaku Islands in the East China which are under Japanese administration and which Tokyo claims as Japanese territory. This has caused Japan to inch farther away from its post-World War II neutrality and with three consecutive increases to its military budget to, for it, a whopping $42 billion. (...) This power shift in Asia caused Admiral Samuel J. Locklear III to testify before, chief of U.S. Pacific Command, to warn at the annual Surface Navy Conference in Virginia: “Our historic dominance that most of us in this room have enjoyed is diminishing, no question.” China is on the rise and on the march and is preparing to call our “Pacific pivot” bluff. We need to hear the warnings of China’s ambitions versus our diminished ability to challenge them. (Source)

May 3, 2016


Chinese leader Xi Jinping visited major state and Communist party media outlets in February, where he demanded “absolute loyalty." "All the work by the Party's media must reflect the Party's will, safeguard the Party's authority, and safeguard the Party's unity," he said at national broadcaster China Central Television. "They must love the Party, protect the Party, and closely align themselves with the Party leadership in thought, politics, and action." Former Chinese official Liang Jing says Xi's day of lectures to media cadres—widely scorned and ridiculed both inside and outside the country—marked the "official opening of Xi Jinping's Cultural Revolution." (More)

Nov. 11, 2015


Donald Trump likes to talk about Communist China. Consider what he had to say at the massive speech in Mobile, Alabama, on August 21, 2015:
And when I hear devaluation of the Chinese currency – you know the word, the sucking action. That’s a sucking like the vacuum cleaner. I hear the sucking action. Two things happen. Two things get sucked out of us. Our jobs and our money. Now, think of it. China sells us our product, takes our jobs, takes our base, does our manufacturing for us, and we owe them $1.4 trillion. That’s like a magic act. I call it the magic act in reverse. We owe them money. 

Despite what the Left may think, Trump is not just shooting off his mouth when it comes to China. He speaks from personal experience, and his thinking is being influenced by two of the greatest and most experienced minds in all things China. They are Brett Decker and William Triplett II, the authors of Bowing to Beijing: How Barack Obama Is Hastening America’s Decline and Ushering a Century of Chinese Domination (2011). (Source)

Both of these men have long careers as China watchers, Brett Decker as a Hong Kong-based journalist before becoming editorial page editor of the unfailingly hawkish, anti-communist Washington Times and William Triplett as part of the staff of the Congressional Investigative team that blew wide open the Chinagate campaign finance scandal, where millions of dollars from Chinese Military Intelligence were funneled to Bill Clinton’s presidential campaigns, and Chinese agents were subsequently appointed to sensitive security agencies, where they stole many of our top military secrets – especially in regard to missile technology. (See his classic co-authored books Year of the Rat: How Bill Clinton Compromised U.S. Security for Chinese Cash (source) and Red Dragon Rising: Communist China’s Military Threat to America (source)) Consider some examples from the Bowing to Beijing (...)


Aug. 22, 2015

China Is Militarizing Its Land Reclamation Program

Anti Access policy: China has built up and reclaimed an archipelago of man-made islands now spanning 2,900 acres in the South China Sea.

UPDATE: Before this year, defense officials thought Beijing had only reclaimed about 500 acres of landmass to build the artificial islands. However, the lands are now big enough for buildings and equipment. The Pentagon report warned the infrastructure would allow China to have a "more robust power projection" in the South China Sea. Citing China's own statements the outposts "will have a military component," the report also said China is completing the construction of an airstrip. The report said China may, then, be able to use the outposts as an alternative airstrip for "carrier-based aircraft," allowing China "to conduct sustained operations with aircraft carriers in the area." The Defense Department warns the outposts can be used for surveillance systems, harbors and logistical support. A report earlier this year described how China has "excavated deep channels and built new berthing areas to allow access for larger ships to the outposts." (Source)

Aug. 20, 2015

China Declares Economic Warfare

Aug 19, 2015 China made a surprise move last week. The Blaze Channel

Glenn Beck said Wednesday that the recent devaluation of China’s currency should "send a chill down your spine" and could mean China has begun "all-out economic warfare" against the West. Beck brought on his chief researcher Jason Buttrill, who said "no one has the stomach to admit the truth" about what China has done. "They’ve launched all-out economic warfare," Buttrill said.
"China devalued their currency, kicking off the biggest fall in over two decades. Why would a country do that to themselves? Sounds like a mistake, right? But China makes most of their money off exports, so they need a lower currency value in order to keep pumping out those cheap, plastic, 'Made in China' toys our kids have." 
Buttrill said the move could create a "tsunami of deflation" in western economies, leading to skyrocketing unemployment. "But the Chinese aren’t stupid. Why are they triggering an economic war if it could crush the global economy?" he continued. (...) (Source)

July 27, 2015

After more than doubling in value over the last year China lost over $3 trillion of stock value. Now China has devaluated its currency, declaring economic warfare. The military doctrine has been amended and land reclamation policy is geopolitical trouble in the making. 

The Free Fall Of China

Published on Jul 9, 2015 The Fall of China. There Will Be No Economic Recovery.

China just lost over $3 trillion of stock value, what this means to you, your house, your money, your future and your chances for true economic and political freedom. After more than doubling in value over the last year despite a slowing economy and weak corporate earnings reports - the stock market in China is in a freefall. Since June 12th, 2015, the Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index has fallen 31.2% - wiping out over $3.2 trillion USD of the markets total value - and there seems to be no immediate end to the market plunge in sight. There Will Be No Economic Recovery. Prepare Yourself Accordingly.