The Chinese Consolidation of Power Is Leading to World War III

Monday, April 9, 2018
By Paul Martin

By Dave Hodges
April 9th, 2018

The recent Chinese administration’s acquisition of total power over the government and the economy spells trouble for the United States and for world peace. Xi has recently appointed himself President for life and obtained ancilllary Communist Party support.

This consolidation of power in China has led to back-room deals which will result in war with the United States.

The Consolidation of Power In China

In addition to the office of President, Xi also holds the posts of both General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and Chairman of the Central Military Commission, neither of which carries any term limit. That puts him in charge of the state, the Party, and the army, for life.

In December of 2017, the national armed police were put under the Central Military Commission as well. Formally as well as informally, Xi is set to hold all the major reins of power in China for as long as he desires.

Deng arose out of the post-Mao China and avoided civil war as he laid the foundations for the next 30 years of Communist Party rule by elite consensus. Subsequently, China’s next two leaders were both recruited and mentored directly by Deng namely Jiang Zemin (President 1993-2003) and Hu Jintao (2003-2013).

Deng put the people in power, who subsequently ruled China, until the rise of present leader of Xi Jinping which occurred in 2013. X represents a new style of Chinese leadership in the post-Mao era.

The present Chinese leader has obtained more power than any Chinese leader since Mao. He has used the American equivalent of RICO corruption laws to jail potential political opponents under anti-corruption approach in government. XI has transformed China from elitist, collectivist rule, with a rotating leadership to one of a dictatorial, strongman leadership (ie potential dictatorial thuggery).

In order to accomplish this consolidation of power, which was granted to XI in March of 2018, he had to make deals, particularily within the equivalent to the Chinese military establishment. We are not talking DARPA here, we are talking Chinese middle men who traffic in foreign military aid and the equivalent of outright bribery of American defense contractors with the tacit approval of the treasonous Obama administration. One must understand that today’s Chinese military is representative of “gifted” Russian technology and ill-obtained American military technology. Adaptation is the Chinese military’s greatest strength. Yes, one would be correct in discussing how China is setting up to win a war in space against the United States. But that would not have been possible without United States cooperation from the last several, globalist-serving administrations.

Xi is China’s first true post-Deng leader. Where China’s authoritarian politics once looked very different from those of other strongman dictatorships, it now seems to be reverting to a more Stalinist-style of Communism. This makes present day China very dangerous. Heretofore, there has been a definitive overlap between Chinese industrial intersts and their military interests (eg Nazi Germany in the early days of Hitler). These interests needed to be placated in order for Xi to gain power for life.

There is a metaphorical equivalent as well as well as a distinct historical parallel between the Xi administration’s consolidation of power and what Tojo did to pre-WW II Japan. Both countries are/were resource deficient in terms of being able to support their respective country’s needs to expand their industrialization efforts. China may have a first-world military, but they are very much a second-world (ie developing) nation. Like 1930’s Japan, China needs natural resources and this has become their focus.

In order for Xi to consolidate his power, he was forced to adopt a more aggressive foreign trade policy and that means a more aggressive military policy in support of this need to obtain resources and favorable trade balances. Under the guise of the New World Order, China is needed to secure power to dominate an Asian trade union, which is something that has not gotten off the ground. Right now, the globalists are trying, without a lot of success, the push for world government through regionalization (eg European Union and the North American Union as expressed through NAFTA). Here comes Trump and is reversing the trade imbalances which exist between China and the United States. From a globalist perspective, China was able to grow and become the dominant power since Kissinger and Nixon opened up China to outsiders in the 1970’s with the advent of the Trilateral Commission and full acceptance of Communist China at the United Nations.

The Rest…HERE

Comments are closed.

Join the revolution in 2018. Revolution Radio is 100% volunteer ran. Any contributions are greatly appreciated. God bless!

Follow us on Twitter