This week, the People’s Liberation Army conducted aggressive military exercises in the South China sea. This act was a forceful response to the Taiwanese President’s meeting with Kevin McCarthy, where the two figures reaffirmed a mutual interest in “defending democracy.”
The display is unusual for two reasons. The first, is that the Chinese generally shy from gratuitous displays of force, so this should be taken seriously. The military drills were strikingly reminiscent to ones conducted by Russia on the eve of the Ukraine war.
The second, is the ludicrous fact that Washington does not even recognize Taiwan as a nation.
The US government gave up claims to the territory it controlled as a semi-colony when negotiating Chinese support for a common front against the Soviet Union. Chinese ownership of Taiwan was officially acknowledged in the 1972 Shanghai Communique authored by Henry Kissinger and presented by Richard Nixon. The 1955 Sino-American Mutual Defense Treaty, which compels the US military to defend Taiwan in the case of a mainland invasion, was officially terminated in 1980 when Washington formally established diplomatic ties with China.
With the Soviet Union gone and China beginning to forge its identity as a world power, the self-selected judge, jury and executioner of the “rules based international order” has decided these agreements are no longer convenient and have, over the decades, used legalisms to establish the rat-like policy of “strategic ambiguity” on the matter of Taiwan.
But things are no longer so ambiguous. Following the Ukraine script, the Pentagon and State Department are now moving forward on furnishing Taiwan with billions of dollars worth of arms on top of the steady trickle of weapons the Biden Administration has already been sending. The US has a backlog of over $12 billion dollars worth of weaponry earmarked to “Ukrainize” Taiwan combined with an anti-China disinformation campaign seeking to stoke jingoism. This is a brazen provocation. Prior to this foreign interloping, China was on track for peaceful reunification, now in the blink of an eye, we have Lindsay Graham stating he would support sending US troops to fight them over the island.
In the post-Iraq era, nobody believes the saccharine self-righteous lectures about Truth, Justice and the American Way unless they’re paid to pretend to. Geopolitical analysts across the ideological spectrum have correctly identified the imperial economics behind the US government’s bellicose finger in China’s eye: Taiwan produces the majority of the world’s semiconductors, which are requisite parts of virtually all advanced electronic innovations from smartphones to modern automobiles. Possession of a monopoly on the production of this specialized technology, observers say, would allow China unprecedented global influence.
The Pentagon’s newspeak about Taiwanese sovereignty becomes increasingly preposterous when listening to some of the spastic outbursts emanating from our unelected national security hierarchs. At a March Global Security Forum in Qatar, former White House National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien stated that the United States was planning to blow up all of Taiwan’s semiconductor factories in the event of a Chinese military intervention. Such a brash action could instantly wipe trillions from the world economy and plunge the world into a depression. Some would argue that O’Brien may have been blowing hot air, but his words follow a pattern of incompetence and reckless disregard by Washington’s gay Jewish fanatics, who The Times has reported actually instructed Ukrainian forces to use HIMARs artillery to attack Europe’s largest power plant in Zaporizhzhia!
The semiconductor industry certainly plays an important role in the Sino-American stand-off, but economics alone are not the primary motive for Washington’s over-the-top aggression, which is so unhinged that it is even scaring some of its most loyal subjects.
The real dilemma for globalists is not that a non-Western state will control chip manufacturing, as some have theorized. US companies leaving China are moving chip manufacturing to nearby India and Vietnam. The real source of their protestation is that China’s influence could enable countries to have more say over their own affairs!
The Chinese government’s foreign policy doctrine is The Five Principles of Peaceful Co-Existence, which presents a direct challenge to the post-1945 Open Society model implemented by the Jewish controlled Allies, which Xi Jinping made clear in a recent meeting with Vladimir Putin. The Chinese model proposes an international system dictated by rational self-interest and Westphalian assumptions of national sovereignty. We can see this philosophy play out in Chinese brokered peace agreements between Saudi Arabia and Iran, a development that could bring stark relief to the bloody sectarianism that has engulfed the Muslim world for decades but enrages Jews in America and Israel. Xi’s offer to mediate peace between Ukraine and Russia is finding audiences in Europe and even some interest in Kiev, and China is a background participant in the Russian project to bring Syria and Turkey to the negotiating table.
The prospect of peace and stability appeals to the overwhelming majority of humanity, but the Jews and homosexual freaks flying down the wrong side of the highway at 120 miles per hour in Washington and New York are outraged because losing the monopoly on force nudges their unnatural and dangerous global aspirations to the sidelines.
Standing in the way is NATO, which is currently expanding into an Indo-Pacific “partnership” featuring liberal vassal states Japan, South Korea and Australia. This strategic alliance’s sole purpose is to manufacture a geopolitical problem for China where it otherwise does not exist. The purpose of this front is to combine economic and military power of several nations to arbitrarily dictate terms to nation-states — not only China, as the post-Soviet collapse actions of NATO have shown — and replace them with a single world order centered around enforcing the WW2 Allies’ self-serving definitions of “human rights” and “democracy.”
This ideology of “human rights and democracy” translates to establishing institutions that disempower ethnic majorities (especially in nations that embrace it), water down the state so that social and national policies are dictated by private wealthy individuals that put money and cosmopolitanism over nationhood, and full integration into an international construct of selectively enforced human rights laws that grants jurisdiction over day-to-day domestic affairs and defers an immediate influence sphere to global entities controlled by the people indoctrinated by Jews in this nonsense at elite schools in the US and parts of Western Europe.
Naturally, most countries that haven’t already been taken over reject this. That is why the post-1945 liberal order spreads death and chaos, insulting our intelligence by saying it is on humanitarian grounds. Exporting disgusting values, erasing unique peoples and cultures and cranking open markets for Wall Street predators by starting fires on every corner of the planet is a goal they strive for.
The Jew Barry Pavel, who has served in the Department of Defense and National Security Council, summarized this Bolshevistic ideology in NATO’s Atlantic Council publication in 2014. He asserts that the United States should actively combat Westphalianism by utilizing new technologies such as “3D and 4D printing, a biotechnology explosion, robotics, algorithms, big data and later, quantum computing” to manufacture subversion and instigate civil wars around the world. “It is this nexus of greater individual autonomy and more powerful and personalized capabilities that defines the coming era of people power,” Pavel declared.
Rather than US foreign policy aiming to build good-fences-good-neighbors diplomacy, Pavel recommends the tenets of Permanent Revolution, “when thinking about our world today and the value the United States places on regional stability, it becomes clear that this strategy is no longer viable. Washington needs a dynamic framework to deal with a dynamic world.”
Former Secretary General of NATO Javier Solana expressed an earlier iteration of this in a 1998 speech celebrating the bombing campaign against Serbia. Solana declared that common sense principles like non-interference and ethnic nationalism were obsolete and immoral, and that liberal values must be spread with sanctions, bullets and bombs because “democracies remain far better equipped to deal peacefully with the challenges of modernisation and globalisation” and “it remains a fact that open, multi-cultural societies are the best insurance against excesses of the kind we have seen in Bosnia.”
Traditionally, the Washington-London-Paris axis has sought passive measures when confronted by large, nuclear armed powers, though this has changed in the face of Russian assertiveness. US policy towards China since the 1980s was to shower the country with American capital at the expense of the economic interests of the domestic population, which has both failed in changing China and simultaneously played a role in turning much of the white working class against the government at home.
From the vantage point of arrogant policymakers, capitalists would benefit from the highly skilled but relatively cheap Chinese work force as well as its vast consumer market, with the downstream effect of creating a a young cosmopolitan middle class steeped in the values of Jewish low-culture — Hollywood, celebrity fixations, pop music, social media, etc. These young people would then breath in the political ideology of the American system in Western universities, which clearly didn’t work since both Trump and Biden have implemented policy denying Chinese students new visas while FBI agents badger those who are already here. US foreign policy authors also projected that local billionaires could be bought off and compromised through Jewish financial influence, thus creating a political challenge for the Chinese state that would allow for liberalization.
This project has been a bust. The Chinese state remains the authority in the country, and serious domestic opposition vanished after the mass execution of CIA assets burned by double agents and intelligence community incompetence. Young Chinese students in America focus on taking STEM classes and then use it to make their own country better, while contract workers at American companies often engage in espionage and patent theft. The Chinese Communist Party has shown resolve in cracking down on billionaire interests that conflict with national well-being, even if it financially hurts in the short-term — something so unthinkable in liberal plutocracies that even the best minds in Washington couldn’t foresee it.
One highlight in this see-saw dynamic between the Chinese state and capital has been the government’s fight with Alibaba founder Jack Ma, who in 2019 signed on to a joint venture with Wall Street hedge fund firm Vanguard to create the digital bank Ant Financial. Ma was being groomed by Western media as a potential candidate for Pavel’s concept of “personalized power” as a Steve Jobs type figure that for some reason should be deferred to on political and ethical matters because he’s a good businessman. But Ma’s drift into the clutches of foreign money as well as his outspoken support for liberalizing finance provoked backlash from the Chinese state. In the years following his statements, Alibaba was subjected to record shattering trust-busting fines and a takeover of key parts of Ant Financial by state owned enterprises. Now in 2023, Ma has been stripped of his influence and jettisoned from public life. Vanguard announced last March that it was planning to abandon the Chinese market and the CCP does not care.
Vanguard is not alone. The Jewish Open Society’s battering ram of US private equity has decreased investments in China by 76% year-over-year, suggesting frustrations that go beyond “zero-COVID.” Some bad actors, such as Blackrock and Michael Bloomberg wish to keep a foot in the door, but they are being heavily scrutinized for it by Jewish Wall Street compatriots like George Soros, who is a key figure behind the Biden administration’s escalation of Trump-era anti-China saber-rattling.
Other social engineering projects have also hit brick walls. US 5th Generation warfare operatives often zero in on recruiting and manipulating homosexuals and young women in relatively developed nations, but in China, feminists lauded in the New York Times as trailblazers for seeking to create sexual harassment moral panics or import Western “battle of the sexes” politics are not imprisoned, as this would only make them martyrs, but socially shamed and mocked. The Chinese government looks the other way as young men troll them off the internet or tech companies deplatform them. Unlike many other countries that tolerate society-wrecking Jewish funded NGOs in exchange for US and European investment, Chinese authorities do not shy from cracking down on foreign NGOs using their version of the espionage act, something the US government would also do if it were ever faced with substantial outside meddling.
In the US, conservatives make a lot of noise about combating “woke” Disney, but Jewish CEO Bob Iger is much more afraid of China. Hollywood relies on the country’s massive market to stay profitable, even as they express muted anguish over the state’s policy of unrelentingly censoring the sick garbage and propaganda they put in children’s films. Bipartisan congressional hearings have even summoned movie studio heads over the issue, complaining that fear of offending Chinese sensibilities may be causing Jews in control of our creative sector to hold back from going even further in repulsing normal people.
US hard power in Taiwan is a desperate last-ditch effort to stymie the inevitable after decades of soft power have failed to undermine China’s proud Hans. The lunatics in the Pentagon prefer to engage in gangsterism and childish mischief against a nuclear power with the largest army in the world over learning to mind their own business and competing in good faith.
The drive behind every American foreign policy decision is not up for debate, it is not merely about money. Peace and diplomacy is much more profitable than war. Eminent scholar Michael Hudson, who spent years working in prominent think tanks, summarized the American national security establishment best, “I’ve met the national security types when I was at the Hudson Institute for many years. They are crazy. They are filled with hatred of the stories about their families suffering in the Holocaust. They look at the rest of the world as potential enemies who want to put them in the gas chambers. These are twisted people.”
In truth, America is as much of a police state as China, except in the latter they have the benefit of violent crime being unheard of. Here in the land of human rights and democracy we have FBI agents spying on people in our churches and sketchy indictments of political opponents for disagreeing with maybe 10% of the Washington consensus. But every system functions this way, what distinguishes the Chinese one is that it defends the interests of its majority race while the US system — private and public — operates for the exclusive benefit of a small minority that openly says it hates the majority.
We must have a state that respects and preserves our European state-building majority, makes business and finance accountable, and punishes those who deserve it. We must immediately cease our policy of starting wars, spreading anarchy, and imposing toxic values that are killing us as well as others. Our goal should be to have strong borders and a formidable defense force while engaging with the world in a constructive and peaceful fashion.
But first we must take back our nation back!
No war for Taiwan!