The Coming War on China

As President Xi Jinping secured an unprecedented third time period as Chinese Communist Party (CCP) chief yesterday The Coming War on China draws ever closer, predicts award-winning journalist John Pilger.
In Pilger’s thought-provoking documentary, The Coming War on China, he notes the United States, backed by Western mainstream media (MSM), has been “beating the drums of warfare and the world has been primed to treat China as a brand new enemy.”
But why does the US regard China as an enemy? According to the documentary, economic jealousy. The Chinese do capitalism better than the West. China is thrashing the US at their own game as a outcome of they don’t let the business sector run the country the way in which business runs the West.
Eric Li, entrepreneur and social scientist, said…
“One fantasy I assume really must be dispelled is that one means or the other China’s aiming to exchange America and gonna run the world. First of all, the Chinese aren’t that silly. The West, with its Christian roots, are about converting different individuals to their beliefs. The Chinese aren’t about that. I’m not degrading the Western culture. I’m simply pointing out the inherent nature, the DNA’s of two different cultures. The Chinese 2000 years ago built the Great Wall to keep the barbarians out, to not invade them.”

John Pilger
Pilger, an Australian journalist, documentary maker, and BAFTA winner, points out that since China opened up to the West in 1979 and embraced some components of capitalism it has lifted greater than 300 million folks out of poverty.
Shanghai pre-Covid-19 was a affluent international city nonetheless run by the Communists, no less than in identify. The reality, Pilger says, China has matched America at its own great game of capitalism and that is unforgivable.
“America was now threatened by the emergence of an unlimited picture of itself,” Pilger said.
Eric Li adds…
“In China, there are lots of issues. But at the moment, the Chinese, the party-state, has proven a rare ability to vary. In America, you possibly can change political events however you can’t change the insurance policies.
“In China, you can not change the get together but you can change policies. For over 70 years, China has been run by one single celebration yet the political changes that have taken place in China these previous 70 years have been wider and broader and greater than probably any other major nation in fashionable memory.
“So, in that time, China ceased to be communist. China is a market economic system. It’s a vibrant market economic system however it is not a capitalist nation. Here’s why.
“There’s no way a bunch of billionaires could control the party bureau as billionaires management American policymaking. So in China, you may have a vibrant market economic system but capital does not rise above political authority. Capital doesn’t have enshrined rights. In America, capital, the curiosity of capital and capital itself has risen above the American nation.
“The political authority can’t examine the facility of capital. That’s why America is a capitalist country however China’s not. China’s aims are modest in contrast with their weight. They’re not trying to run the world. They’re not even making an attempt to run the Asian-Pacific. I think they want to keep America from dominating the Asian-Pacific.
“So they’ve what they imagine is their rightful place in the Asian-Pacific, because of all civilizations and all the historical past on their side, so their goals are actually modest in contrast with their capacity.”

Hundreds of US navy bases surround China within the South China Sea.
The documentary highlights US’ ambition to impress a war with China. They make investments trillions of dollars into the nation’s army programme and they need to justify it, so they want an enemy. That enemy is now China, and the excuse they make is Taiwan.
The US obsesses over China invading the province with out evidence. And but, the One-China policy of Taiwan as a province and part of the Chinese mainland was acknowledged by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution in 1971. Since Reduced of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, 181 nations have established diplomatic relations with China on the One-China policy. The US is a kind of nations.
Pilger believes there was a century-long fear, suspicion, and unfounded hatred of China by the US. US businessmen had their concessions in Shanghai within the late nineteenth century and early 20th century the place they turned very wealthy largely on the back of medicine, specifically, opium. But they have been pushed out of China by the Communists in 1949 and the US has never forgiven them.
Yet Chairman Mao Zedong reached out to the US 5 years earlier than he drove Westerners out of China in 1949. And he continued to achieve out for years after.
Mao despatched this secret message to Washington. He said…
“China should industrialize. This can only be done by free enterprise. Chinese and American pursuits match together economically and politically.
“America need not fear that we will not be cooperative. We can’t threat crossing America. We can not risk any conflict.”
Mao obtained no reply.
Pilger reviews Mao was trying to be a friend of the US from the beginning.
Mao says, I will go meet Franklin Roosevelt within the White House. Mao reaches out in 1950 to Harry Truman. The US diplomats who carried these messages were condemned as Communists and traitors.
According to the documentary, the catalyst for the recent alarm was China reclaiming territory within the South China Sea to build airstrips on disputed islands that had been condemned by a world tribunal.
It turned a flashpoint between the US and China. But what isn’t highlighted in MSM is the quantity of US army bases armed with warships, missiles, and bombers, in locations such as the Marshall Islands, surrounding China within the South China Sea, the Pacific Ocean, Australia, and past.

James Bradley, the creator of the China Mirage, said…
“If you would look out of the tallest building in Beijing and appeared out into the South China Sea you’ll see warships.
“The US is at warfare with China on the ground and in the air. The winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, former President Barack Obama, committed to trillions of dollars to our nuclear arsenal. He dedicated trillions of future dollars to warfare in space and we want an enemy for all this cash and China’s the right enemy.”
Pilger notes that the Japanese island of Okinawa is occupied by 32 navy installations. From there, the US attacked Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
Okinawa is the front line of a beckoning struggle with China. The US has several navy bases on the island. During the Cold War, the US secretly put in nuclear weapons at this launch pad in Okinawa. Most of them had been geared toward China.
Likewise, Jeju Island is a world heritage web site. The authorities of South Korea declared it an island of world peace. But on this island of peace lies some of the provocative navy bases on the earth has been built lower than 400 miles from Shanghai. Like Okinawa and the Marshall Islands, that is America’s frontline in its so-called “Pivot to Asia.”
Pilger concludes…
“The US is an empire that by no means speaks its title. It has four,000 army bases, with 1,000 unfold throughout each continent. From these bases, the US operates a secret military in 147 nations.
“By talking out, they ship a warning to all of us. Can we really afford to be silent?”

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