henrymakow.com — May 4, 2020
General Chi Haotian, the Chinese Minister of National Defense from 1993-2003, outlined this secret agenda in a speech to Chinese Communist leaders in the late 1990s, which provided the entire future blueprint of China’s plans to destroy America and take over the entire world.
China is a proxy for the Rothschilds. Chinese have for decades regarded bioweapons as the most effective way to conquer the US.
…Deception is Supreme: Comrade Xiaoping emphasized: “Refrain from revealing ambitions and put others off the track.”
The message is: we must put up with America; we must conceal our ultimate goals, hide our capabilities, and await the opportunity.
by Chris Pirnak — (henrymakow.com)
Communist China is the world’s greatest existential threat.
The Soviet Union didn’t really fall, but its economic might is too small to take control of the whole world.
Although most of the current Russian government is populated with former Communist party members, and their desire to conquer the West is largely intact, Russia’s economic might is no longer sizeable enough to achieve its lofty goals. In fact, it never was powerful enough to conduct a long-term occupation far from its borders.
Indeed, Russia could nuke the United States into the stone age, but it could never handle a protracted war in another continent; hence, its secret agreement with Communist China. Both governments despise the West, view the United States as its antithetical foe, and would wish to topple the dollar hegemony. The Western elite conspirators know this, and that is why they built up China’s economy to rival the United States.
The agenda to empower China goes back at least fifty years when Henry Kissinger flew on a series of secret diplomatic missions to Beijing in 1971, where he met with CCP Premier Zhou Enlai.
President Nixon’s week-long visit in February 1972, allowed the American public to view images of China for the first time in over two decades. Throughout the week, the President and his senior advisers engaged in substantive discussions with the PRC leadership, including a meeting with Chairman Mao Zedong. The trip spawned China’s opening to the world and economic parity with capitalist countries.
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