The fact that I will visit Russia, our friendly neighbor, shortly after assuming the presidency, is testimony to the great importance China places on its relations with Russia.Xi Jinping
The President of the United States mobilized a million servicemen on 27 March. The “essential staff” of the Pentagon was placed 2,000 feet underground in a Colorado bunker. Our two aircraft carriers in the Western Pacific, the USS Roosevelt and USS Ronald Reagan are stuck in port because of COVID-19. There are US military moves in the Caribbean which could be masking preparations against Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.
What is the U.S. Government seeing? What are they thinking? Mobilization precedes war the way cooking precedes eating. Is President Trump signaling the Chinese? Is he warning them by way of non-verbal cues? Across the world a dividing line is being drawn. On one side, countries are lining up behind China. On the other side, countries are lining up with the USA.
An interesting event in all this: China and Russia have both closed their borders from the outside — so nothing can get in. This suggests more serious moves to come. Economically, the sealing of a border signifies economic autarchy. It suggests a pre-planned stockpiling of imports in advance of the crisis. It suggests, in fact, that Moscow and Beijing have been preparing for this exact moment — that they planned it.
Are you shocked?
The closing of the Russian and Chinese borders to incoming traffic has an additional meaning. It not only suggests the possible deployment of a more deadly COVID-19 strain, but presents a barrier to viral retaliation from the West. Here is a strange admixture of fear and military forethought. Of the 195 countries on earth, China and Russia are the only ones isolating themselves from all others. They are also using propaganda outlets to accuse the United States of starting a biological war. This in itself is a prewar operational measure. It’s a justification for making war on America.
Why would such a justification be deployed by Russia, China and Iran?
As it happens, China has spent many years preparing for war. And so has Russia. Not only have the two “former” communist bloc partners been stockpiling gold — a classic war prep — but they have been building and modernizing their nuclear forces.
The recent congressional testimony of Admiral Charles A. Richard, commander of the United States Strategic Command, presented the following dire picture on 27 February of this year:
…the Nation is at a critical juncture regarding the future of our nuclear forces. Since the end of the Cold War, we led the world in reducing our nuclear stockpile while increasing transparency. While we reduced the number and types of nuclear weapons in our arsenal, our adversaries went in the other direction and continued to modernize and expand their strategic capabilities. We now find ourselves fielding a reduced Cold War era arsenal against a larger, more modern, and more varied Russian force and a continually improving and growing Chinese force.
Need I remind the reader that KGB Major Anatoliy Golitsyn predicted his exact situation? In Golitsyn’s 1984 book, New Lies for Old, we learn about a Soviet long-range strategy predicated on a “deceptive liberalization.” We learn about a plan where the Communist Party gives up power in the Soviet Union. We learn about the planned collapse of the Warsaw Pact Alliance. According to Golitsyn, if the West accepted these changes as genuine, the Chinese and Russians would fully exploit America’s naïveté. America would stop building nuclear weapons while Russia and China would build and modernize. Then would come the moment of “one clenched fist” — when Russia and China would unite to overpower America.
Can it be a coincidence that Golitsyn’s prediction came true? — that nearly all his predictions have come true?
Considering Admiral Richard’s 27 February testimony to Congress, I think we are nearing the moment of “one clenched fist.” The enemy’s plan is coming into full view.
It is shameful that almost nobody knows the real history of the last thirty years. And now we must endure this pathetic admission from America’s STRATCOM commander — as he begs a bankrupt U.S. government for the money to rebuild a rotting nuclear deterrent. Will there be any money left in the treasury after China’s biological attack has crashed the federal government’s tax revenues? Given the many warnings of defectors and dissidents, it is clear that nobody in our intelligence, government, think tanks or universities did their homework. None saw the dire consequences in store after swallowing Moscow’s baited hook — along with the promise of cheap labor from China.
What must we do now? What can we do?
There are grim political tasks in store. We have to set our own house in order. In terms of our business community and their political hirelings, there must be a day of reckoning. All businessmen and politicians who made money from the Chinese communists, who facilitated Beijing’s policies of subversion and war, should be driven out of business, or forced from office, and ostracized. There need be no law, no government edict. Let it be the personal, spontaneous act of every American to shun the CCP’s American “partners in crime.”
It is vital that we cultivate proper feelings in this regard. As a start, watch the profound and emotional declaration of this brave Chinese woman (below). A few weeks ago she stood up against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). She has no one on her side, no hope but arrest, no future but execution. Yet she tells the truth. Watch her shining example. Stand with her. The enemy she decries is your enemy,