HOW CHINA WAGED A COVERT WAR AGAINST THE US WITH THE CHINA VIRUS
The President of China, Xi Jingping, has made his intentions extremely clear: to overtake the United States as the major global superpower. In domestic speeches for Chinese audiences, he hammers the table about dominating the US.
“The biggest source of chaos in the present-day world is the United States,” President Xi said recently, “The United States is the biggest threat to our country’s development and security.”
He was also quoted by a high party official telling them to “grasp clearly the grand trend that the East is rising while the West is declining.”
Some people are afraid that this means a hot war with tanks and guns is on the horizon. But that would be counterproductive for China. They don’t need to go to war. They already won.
They do have a badass military with advanced weaponry, but they’ve also hacked every computer system in the world. And placed their spies everywhere— probably even inside the White House.
Any warfare would be cyber, financial, or biological.
Just look at how much China has accomplished over the past year.
China is responsible for COVID, but they were not held accountable. Just the opposite— they convinced the rest the of the world to destroy their economies by following China’s authoritarian lead in Wuhan.
China has the World Health Organization in its pocket, which was quick to praise China’s lightening fast oppression in response to Covid and totally legitimate low COVID cases and deaths thereafter .
According to the WHO, welding citizens in their homes is the best way to control the virus, trust the science. Then China’s aid teams arrived in Italy just in time to orchestrate the first major Western lockdown as well.
China understands online propaganda, having honed their prowess on their own people. Now, they deploy massive bot armies worldwide which harass anti-lockdown politicians and sew division among Americans for the most trivial reasons.
Yeah, a lot of that Twitter mob aren’t even real people.
And remember those videos of random people collapsing on the streets of Wuhan last February which somehow made it past the Great Firewall of China? I mean NOTHING gets out of China that they don’t want out, but somehow these videos made it.
How many people have you seen collapse in public from Covid since then? But the videos really helped fire people up about how dangerous this whole pandemic was supposed to be…
And yet after the Wuhan pageant, China more or less continued business as usual— as Western government fell for the trap, shut down businesses, destroyed jobs, eradicated civil liberties, and created a tinderbox for civil unrest.
Oh, and the pandemic response and recession also likely helped remove China’s number one critic from office— Donald Trump.
But again, China kept going as normal, its economy was not destroyed by COVID.
And that means China can keep playing the real global power game— money. China’s got the cash to hand out, and anyone on the dole dares not utter a word against China.
The NBA is afraid to lose money over players criticizing the domination of Hong Kong. Airlines are afraid to lose money if they recognize that the country of Taiwan exists.
Disney will fire an actress for talking about concentration camps, but praise the region of China which contains actual concentration camps, but allowed them to film Mulan.
And Australia basically seems to have already been conquered, based on a recent podcast I heard where Simon Black over at Sovereign Man interviewed an Australian politician who resigned in protest to insane COVID policies.
Sanjeev Sabhlok was a senior official in the Department of Treasury and Finance in the state of Victoria, Australia until he resigned due to the government’s COVID response.
As an economist, Sanjeev Sabhlok wanted the government to perform a cost-benefit analysis of the strict lockdowns at the beginning stages of the pandemic.
He advocated a risk-based response— for example allowing people over 60, the most vulnerable, to work from home, encouraging middle-aged people to take some precautions, and letting younger people choose to essentially carry on as normal.
Instead, Australia placed citizens under house arrest for 23 hours per day, and required a permit to travel further than 5 kilometers from home. Even walking in the park a mask was required, and police brutality quickly became a problem, as overzealous cops enforced the mandates.
His main thesis is that:
“Public health interventions that cause widespread additional mental and physical harms and shorten the lifespan of hundreds of millions, even billions, can only be classified as public health terrorism.”
The government is not authorized to kill one innocent person to save another. But that is exactly what they have done.
By imposing authoritarian lockdowns, they engaged in mass torture— solitary confinement of young healthy people in a close to zero risk category for COVID. This caused a mental health crisis, and every excess death from suicide or substance abuse is on the government’s hands.
Others did not receive necessary medical attention, because of government instructions to hospitals to reduce “non-necessary” testing, which included cancer screening.
Sabhlok’s research has led him to call the inducement of Western governments to enact totalitarian lockdowns part of “China’s undeclared covert war of 2020.”
It was a setup by China, to undermine its enemies.
And I’m not even talking about if the virus was made in a lab or released on purpose or whatever.
I’m simply explaining how China use Covid-19 to surpass the USA as the dominant global superpower, in a contrived and systematic fashion. Classic Sun Tsu, Art of War— the best win is to never even have to fight.
We’re witnessing the shift of wealth and power right in front of our eyes, and frankly it’s the biggest story of our day.
A lot of people in the West don’t even want to acknowledge this. China is a force for evil, and to think they are taking the dominant position on the globe is scary.
But not wanting to believe it doesn’t make the problem go away. We could be witnessing the moment two empires pass each other— one on the decline, and one on the rise.
Especially when the guy in the White House, China Joe Xiden, is Xi Jinping’s pet poodle.
Joe Jarvis is author of Anarchy in New England.