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Author’s Note: This article is effectively a short book. There are subheadings, so you should be able to read it in parts. But it was written in one sitting, so I am publishing it as a single post. It’s a personal record for most words in a single post in a single sitting, but the form definitely does degrade. It will need to be rewritten. If I have time, I would like to develop it into a full book. It’s about 15% of the way there, and I have all of the thoughts in my head, it’s just a matter of how fast I can type. The reason the China issue is important enough to me to put this kind of energy into it is quite simply that it is the second most important issue on earth at this current time. China is in the process of overcoming the United States as the dominant world superpower. This is a monumental shift in world history. And yet there is effectively no one talking about it in any objective or rational manner. The importance of China is continually overstated or understated, depending on the context, and while both right and left in America support antagonizing and threatening China, no one has an explanation of why that is not nonsensical. Meanwhile, we have full documentation of why: there is a program to create a centralized global government, and China is refusing to cooperate with it, and therefore the entire thrust of the West is towards attacking China. Perhaps most importantly, the irresponsible and entitled population of the West cannot imagine their behavior could ever have consequences, and so there is zero reflection on what exactly it means when Joe Biden says that he is fully committed to the defense of Taiwanese independence. As with the coronavirus issue, where I was very much alone in offering meaningful commentary, I feel I have an obligation to fill an informational void. -AA

Did you know: in the Chinese version of Star Wars, Darth Vader has a pet triceratops.
Did you know: in the Chinese version of Star Wars, Darth Vader has a pet triceratops.

The Western world is destroying its own population and basic social, political, and economic order, and effectively handing over control of the world to the Chinese. This seems confusing, but it actually isn’t that confusing. Rather, it should not be confusing, but it is, due to the amount of nonsense which abounds in our current cultural landscape.

The plan in the decades-old playbook for the establishment of a one world totalitarian government was for China to “democratize” following the collapse of the USSR and the economic development provided to them by their entry into the World Trade Organization in 1999. It had been generally assumed that the economic and political elite of China would get on board with the United Nations agenda, and that China would become a member of the “international community” in the way that most of the former communist states did in the 1990s.

According to the plan, laid down by a cartel of economic and intellectual elites, when every country’s government was on board with this “New World Order” agenda, the elite could then move to use false crises, such as the coronavirus and global warming hoaxes, to centralize tyrannical power, break down national borders, and eliminate the middle classes. This would then leave only an elite minority and a massive global peasantry, with a small body of a few million technocrat “managers” acting as enforcers of the elite agenda.

This managerial class was called “Davos Man” and “gold collar workers” by Samuel P. Huntington in his 2004 essay “Dead Souls: The Denationalization of the American Elite.” Huntington, a member of the World Economic Forum and a Harvard professor, stood among Henry Kissinger, George Soros, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Klaus Schwab, Carol Quigley, Alexander King, and David Rockefeller as one of the primary 20th century planners of the geopolitical side of this New World Order system. (Note that all of those men listed are good people to read up on if you want to grasp how my predictions about the direction of this coronavirus hoax have been so accurate.)

Huntington also originated the term “clash of civilizations” in reference to the need to destroy Islam in order to establish this global state. In his book, “The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order” (1996) he also defined China as a major potential enemy because they were modernizing while maintaining their traditional patriarchal culture, but was hopeful that “opening up” would cause them to abandon tradition, and that the mainland would reunify with Taiwan and adopt the Western system. These people also seemed to put a lot into the idea that economic factors would drive the elite of every country to join their little club. Huntington was unique among NWO planning figures in his understanding of China (whereas his comments on Moslems largely echoed those of the Jewish neocons we all know and love). Along with China’s obvious allies in Southeast Asia, he believed that Iran and Pakistan could ultimately end up aligning with China, and that this could form a bloc of tradition that was opposed to the globalist project. Unfortunately, like almost all of the people who put together the current playbook, he is already dead, and therefore not available to give input to the Biden administration.

Needless to say, instead of getting on board with the globalist agenda, China went in a completely different direction, establishing itself as a merchant empire and embracing extreme nationalism. However, most of the people who put this agenda together are either dead or too old to be of much use. The new elite, best represented in current year by the membership of the World Economic Forum, are decadent and inept. They inherited an agenda that they are incapable of properly managing.

So, instead of figuring out a way to deal with the fact that China is not on board with the agenda, this current elite have decided to just go ahead and move forward with the next phase in the plan, leaving the China problem unsolved. There seems to be a kind of “it will all work out” attitude. Some of them probably think that they can confront China militarily, or that the impending global economic collapse will shake them loose, or something. Honestly, I read through their literature, and I watch their conferences, and there isn’t a clear strategy.

It’s a bit like if you are driving to work and look down and realize you forgot to put your pants on, and your underwear, and your dick and balls are hanging out. But instead of turning around and going home and getting your pants, you decide to just go ahead and show up at work with your dick out, because otherwise you’d be late to work. You rationalize that you can just hold your briefcase over your crotch, and no one will notice that you’ve got no pants on.

The entire globalist elite having devolved into a decadent and dumb state is the single explanation that explains everything that is going on right now, and does not require any kind of ridiculous leap in logic to mush everything together in a coherent way.

Furthermore, anyone who says something like “the New World Order is planning to move its base to China” has no idea what the hell they’re talking about. If you follow the literature, the globalists have always been pretty open about everything that they are doing and planning, simply assuming that no one will read their books or watch their talks, and if someone does, the media will call them a “conspiracy theorist,” and that will be the end of that. Furthermore, they frame everything as good, and basically assume anyone with an IQ high enough to read this stuff will likely agree with them.

This practice of publishing books about the agenda to establish a global scientific government goes all the way back to the turn of the century, when people like the Huxley family, Bertrand Russell, George Bernard Shaw, and H.G. Wells were publishing books about the plan. Wells actually titled a book “The Open Conspiracy” (he also coined the term “The New World Order” in his book “The New World Order“). Furthermore, after World War I, the League of Nations, which had been proposed by Wells, was openly writing about the establishment of a world government in order to prevent another war. After World War II, the LoN rebranded as the United Nations, and did the same thing.

The neoconservative group Project for the New American Century published in September of 2000 a document entitled “Rebuilding America’s Defenses: Strategies, Forces, and Resources For a New Century,” wherein they claimed there would need to be a “Pearl Harbor like event” to get people behind invasions of various Middle Eastern countries. A year later – by sheer coincidence – the 911 attacks happened. Just so, in October of 2019, the World Economic Forum, Johns Hopkins University, and The Gates Foundation hosted “Event 201,” wherein they declared that a global pandemic was imminent, and ran a simulation on how the world would react to the spread of a novel coronavirus that emerged from bats. Again, by sheer coincidence, “the coronavirus pandemic” was announced a few months later.

This is to say: even diabolical secret plans are published, just under thin guises of “it sure would be helpful if this happened” (PNAC-911) or “sadly, we know this thing is going to happen soon” (WEF/Gates-coronavirus).

It’s also worth noting that sometimes, they do say the quiet part aloud. In The First Global Revolution (1991) published by the Club of Rome, an elite club akin to today’s WEF, the authors explain that they have decided to use the threat of global warming to force the population into accepting a new kind of feudal order with a vastly reduced quality of life.

This passage refers to discussions which took place in the 1970s:

I could go on and on, as there are just mountains of literature published by these people about their plans. And yet, there is no trace, anywhere, of anyone claiming that China is secretly on-board with the globalist agenda, or is anything other than a threat to it.

Coming to this conclusion from the initial assumption that China would get on-board was a process. As stated above, Stanley Huntington was worried about it from the beginning, while Henry Kissinger, along with various communist Jews, were very optimistic about China. But by the time Xi Jinping took office in 2012, no one was optimistic. When Xi effectively declared himself emperor in 2015, you began to see the beginnings of the really hardcore freakout, with the US government incentivizing companies to move out of China. When Xi officially made himself president for life in 2018, this is when they started making all of these various threats, and running nonstop propaganda about the suffering of the Moslems.

Then of course things got really hot and heavy when the State Department started that Antifa uprising in Hong Kong, trying to bait Beijing into doing some kind of “Tank Man” event, while also attempting to undermine faith in Xi as a competent authority figure (it was a Catch-22, where the people in China would have liked to have seen the military crush these foreign-backed terrorists creating mindless chaos, but doing so would have given the international community fuel for its anti-Sinoism campaign).

For all his faults, Donald Trump really tried to stick to not starting any new military conflicts, and pushed back against attempts to escalate political tensions with China. However, his American First economic agenda was exploited by the State Department to economically punish China (America didn’t actually benefit, and Mike Pompeo was literally telling companies to move their factories to Vietnam).

Then of course the coronavirus hoax was launched in China, and consistently used to demonize China. Trump really picked up on that one, given that his instincts were sometimes legitimately “fascist,” and he thought it would be a good idea to blame some group of different-looking foreigners for the fact that he listened to Anthony Fauci and destroyed the US economy.

Since Biden has taken over, there have been nonstop threats against China, and US warplanes and warships are racing in and out of their territories. Biden’s Secretary of Defense flew to Japan to demand that they sign a blood pact to defend Taiwan. Most of the US military activity is not much reported on in the American media (I usually read about it on RT), but we are hearing rising nonsense about the poor and pitiful Moslems, and the importance of Americans devoting their military to defending the sacred democracy of the very important nation of Taiwan.

What is incredible to me is that both the right and the left are so easily manipulated into thinking conflict with China is a good idea. For the left, I guess it makes sense. As we’ve mentioned before, the Antifa type neo-socialists who have been so heavily force-memed on social media as the Democrat Party’s internet defense force (Vaush, for example) spend a lot of time talking about how China is a “fascist state.”

For the right, the support for anti-China sentiment makes no real sense, and is mostly based on stupidity and a lack of information. Republican leaders are openly saying that they need to protect Antifa in Hong Kong, Islamic terrorists in Xinjiang, and gay marriage in Taiwan. But Sean Hannity and Mark Levin continue to talk about “the threat of Chinese communism.”

As I’ve written about before, China is not a “communist country.” The average Chinese person knows nothing about Marxism. They have a very free market (much more free than America’s), where small business is encouraged. As I’ve written before, the fact that it is even called “The Communist Party” in English is sort of deceitful, and an exploitation of the fact that Westerners know nothing about China or its culture, including the total difference of the nature of their language. “中国共产党” is translated as “communist party” consistently, yet a direct translation, as it would be spoken in Chinese, would be something like “The Party of People Working Together to be Productive.” That’s how Chinese people view it. Even with their supposed “communist” connections to Southeast Asian countries, they frame it as a historical cultural connection, rather than one based on a political system designed by a German Jew in London in the 19th century.

If you asked a working class Chinese person why China, Laos, and Vietnam all use the hammer and sickle, they would say something like: “this is the symbol of Asia people,” and laugh and point at their eyes, then say “eat rice, eat noodle,” and laugh again. A more educated Chinese person might be vaguely aware of the history, but would claim that no foreigner ever influenced China in any way, ever, in all of history: “we make a big, strong wall. Cannot allow.”

Under Emperor Xi, China has become increasingly more traditional, and backing away from the kind of modernism that had been encroaching. He is attempting to reestablish a form of Confucianism.

The Chinese are effectively the opposite of everything the modern West stands for:

  • Hardcore racists against all non-Chinese
  • Extreme ethno-nationalists
  • Patriarchal
  • Anti-feminist
  • Anti-gay
  • Pro-family
  • Pro-middle class and anti-elitism
  • Meritocratic

The Chinese government recently announced a program to build masculinity among boys, as they recognize that the school environment (which was largely imported from the West) is too feminizing, that the high tech environment itself is feminizing, and they recognize masculinity as a foundation of society.

In February, the Chinese government published “The Proposal to Prevent the Feminisation of Male Adolescents,” and said that they would use sports to toughen boys up.

The Western media outright declared this to be evil. (You might not have noticed, but at some point between 2018 and 2020, the media made the jump from talking about “toxic masculinity” as a social evil to simply referring to “masculinity” as a social evil. When they began talking about “toxic masculinity,” I noted that they were playing a terminology game, and that “toxic masculinity” just meant “masculinity.”)

This is what the BBC took issue with:

There were some earlier signs suggesting such a move was coming. Last May, a delegate of China’s top advisory body, Si Zefu, said that many of China’s young males had become “weak, timid, and self-abasing”.

There was a trend among young Chinese males towards “feminisation”, he claimed, which “would inevitably endanger the survival and development of the Chinese nation” unless it was “effectively managed”.

Si Zefu said the home environment was partly to blame, with most Chinese boys being raised by their mothers or grandmothers. He also noted that the growing appeal of certain male celebrities meant that many children “did not want to be ‘army heroes’” anymore.

So, he suggested, schools should play a greater role in ensuring young Chinese get a balanced education.

Meanwhile, China just mass-banned a bunch of feminists from social media, as they claimed they were harming the family.

This is from back in 2018.

We’re all against internet censorship on principle, but if that headline doesn’t bring you joy, you do not have a soul.

This is from April 21 of this year.

And it gets funnier: the above headline came just two days after this headline:

Social media censorship in China is more complicated than it is in the West (as I will discuss later). Of course, the Western media complaining about social media censorship in China is about the dumbest thing you can even imagine. The situation is literally the precise same thing that happens in America right now: the government “recommends” that private companies “prevent the distribution of harmful information.”

Of course, we all know what happened next:

Yup.

That Breitbart article did not make any comparison to American censorship policy, and instead gives false information about the Chinese birthrate and one child policy (another thing I’ll get to later).

Chinese cultural values are virtually a direct inversion of the modern Western values created and promoted by the Jews. But it is simply the basic order of nature they are promoting. No one in any society anywhere in history before the development of the modern West could have imagined a reality in which instilling masculinity in boys or discouraging family-destroying feminist ideology was a negative thing.

Most of us still living are not old enough to even be able to imagine a situation in which a Western government encouraged masculinity or discouraged feminism. So it’s hard to say how a right-winger in America can look at Joe Biden’s government, then look at the Chinese government, and say “yes, Joe, I agree – these people are so evil that we need to put our own nation’s problems on hold and use our military to defend the Taiwanese secessionist movement from this encroaching communism or fascism or whatever.”

The only thing right-wingers can ever say about the Chinese is that they are “too authoritarian.” Generally, the person will immediately move to “muh social credit system.” When I think of these attacks on China, even more than Sean Hannity, I think of the Canadian “conservative Jew” Ezra Levant of Rebel Media, who has made attacking China second only to defending Israel. He sent the Israeli-Canadian-Conservative-Jew Avi Yemini to promote the State Department’s Antifa riots in Hong Kong.

He also appeared to support some type of Canadian military intervention to protect Hong Kongese Antifa from the Hong Kong police.

He’s tried to make himself the face of the Canadian anti-lockdown, anti-vaccine movement, while consistently asserting that there is a new virus different from the flu and that China is responsible for it. In March 2020, when it had already been established that the pandemic was a hoax, he was supporting “two weeks to flatten the curve” and blaming China.

He’s continually compared all of Canada’s brutal virus measures to China. The vaccine passport is “China’s social credit system employed in the West.”

Here he is evoking the evil Huawei in reference to the Australian lockdown app. This is while the enforcer of Canada’s lockdown, Justin Trudeau, was still holding the kidnapped CFO of Huawei as a geopolitical hostage.

Levant has played all the hits. Joe Biden surrendered Afghanistan to China (“we should have left troops to protect the Afghans from communistic Chinese Sharia Law”).

Chinese are also the real racists.

Just do a Twitter search for “China” or “Chinese” on @ezralevant or @rebelnewsonline. It’s very radical, the amount of time this man spends talking about China.

Of course, sometimes the narratives get a bit criss-crossed.

“Jewish conservatives” and shill conservatives in general have a script to inject China into everything, despite the fact that China is not running Western governments. This is partially a way to protect the people who are running our governments, by offering the distraction of a foreign enemy, but also a way to pump up anti-Chinese sentiment so that people will support conflict with them.

My goal is first and foremost to simply tell the truth. My goal is not to defend every aspect of Chinese society and culture. Politically, however, I am opposed to a war with the Chinese. Even more than that, I am against this obsession with the Chinese, which is so obviously a result of the fact that they are not on board with the globalist agenda. If you go around talking about China all the time, the only thing you are doing is shifting blame from our own leaders and feeding this drive for world government.

To the extent that I am a Chinese shill, this is the thing: as long as China is standing as an independent country, this world government cannot exist. Therefore, I am “pro-CCP” in that I am against this lunatic plan for a global tyrannical government. I also admire their strength as a people, nation, and race. How could I not admire them, when they’re the only thing standing between me and a brutal hell on earth? Furthermore, the Chinese haven’t ever done anything to me. Well, I take that back. One time I was staying at a hotel in Bangkok, and a group of Chinese tourists checked in, and they were spitting in the hallways and the elevator, so I had to switch to a different hotel. Eventually, in Bangkok, you learn that there are hotels that do not allow Chinese tourists.

But even with the spitting/yelling/cigarette-flicking – you can uncover something admirable about the Chinese. The reason that so many Chinese tourists behave in ways that we consider crude is that the overwhelming majority of the Chinese middle class are the children of literal rice farmers, who grew up in fields without electricity. Now, in one generation, their children are rich, living in a futuristic society.

China’s social credit system is a result of something called “being Asian.” The Asian social contract is totally different than the white one. No one in China other than criminals and CIA cults opposes the social credit system.

Everyone has seen this clip (regularly used by Ezra Levant), and talked about how terrible it is.

But in the clip, the Chinese all say they support social credit scores. The response is “oh they’re scared not to say that.” Okay, well, we don’t see Chinese diaspora around the world opposing this system.

You can disagree with that, and I certainly would not want a social credit system in America, but nations should have self-determination. Whining about the social credit system and supporting anti-CCP policy because of it is no different than saying that you support the war in Afghanistan because you’re against Sharia Law. All of this stuff about how America is becoming like China is totally nonsensical.

I have a few simple questions for conservatives making these claims: Where are my masculinity classes for young boys? Where is my program to discourage feminism? Where is my nonstop propaganda about the superiority of my race, culture, and nation? Where is my economic program to strengthen the middle class? Where are my low taxes for family businesses and high taxes for large corporations? Where are my anti-trust laws?

Comparing the Chinese social credit system to the attempts to force this vax pass thing in the West is apples to Doritos. “We’re becoming more like China because of the vaccine passport being like the social credit system” is a shallow, stupid take aimed at people who have low IQs or are just uninformed about the world. It’s like saying America is becoming like Afghanistan because women have to cover their faces in public because of the virus. It’s moronic on par with Dinesh D’Souza saying that Black Lives Matter is inspired by Adolf Hitler. The only reason someone would make an argument so obviously dumb is if they were trying to manipulate you.

I will say again that I have no specific desire to defend everything the Chinese government does. I will certainly not defend everything they have done since the revolution. However, while I do not agree with it, the “one child policy” is very overstated by Western critics. Westerners generally have no idea at all how Asian culture works. And they shouldn’t be expected to. I personally find it interesting, but outside of that, no one in America should be under any obligation to understand the dynamics of Chinese culture. Unless of course, they are making judgements about them – which apparently everyone in the West feels compelled to do now.

There are many things that Westerners simply could not possibly ever understand about Asia, no matter how much information they had, simply because the historical development of the culture, and the genetics behind it, are too different. The role of law and the concept of law enforcement is an example of something no white person is ever going to grasp.

Firstly, outside of the former British colony of Singapore, “laws” are just not the solid concept that they are in the Western tradition. If something is a “law” in China, it is actually more of a “general guideline.”

As a simple example (a least as simple as you’re going to get), if you are driving the wrong way down a one-way street, and a police officer who is standing on the road flags you, he will say, as a question, “this is a one-way street?” Your response could be something along the lines of “yes [literally confirming that it is a one-way street, thereby showing agreement and reaching a consensus with the officer that it is indeed a one-way street], but the other road is very busy and there are no cars on this road.” The officer will then make a judgement about both the truthfulness and the reasonableness of this explanation. He may, for example, get on the radio and ask another officer to confirm if the other street is actually busy. If your story checks out, he might then decide to let you go. However, he may also question you further: “well, this is a narrow street, what would you do if another car came towards you and it created an impasse?” You might then explain that because you were in the wrong driving down the one-way street, you would drive in reverse and onto a side street. The officer may then analyze the situation to see if it would be possible for you to do that. If that seems reasonable, he may let you go. Or he may make you pay some money. There would probably be an option of both a bribe and an official ticket, with the official ticket being about 30% cheaper, but requiring you to go to an office and fill out a form, which is a kind of admission of guilt and an apology.

Of course, that example would not be something from a big city, and probably not much of China in 2021. Because of massive traffic problems in most Chinese cities, they’ve gotten much more strict about traffic laws, on a national level. They said recently they would integrate traffic violations into social credit as well, though I don’t know if that’s happened everywhere yet. Furthermore, Xi has cracked down on bribes. But the example I think illustrates the concept of how laws are viewed.

Also note that cops are also usually as a rule very lazy, and their authority is much more abstract than it is in the West. They function more as social mediators. Even as it is now totally high-tech, China remains a wacky and chaotic place. I have said, and will continue to assert, that the basic term “Asian police state” is an oxymoron. “Asian” necessarily implies a type of relationship to authority that excludes the concepts of external force associated with a “police state.” People cooperate with each other as a form of social obligation, not because of a threat of punishment. This article is already thousands of words long, so the details of that will need to be left for another time, but I just want to try to communicate how alien China actually is to a Westerner.

So, if we look at the “one child policy” through this lens, it’s not this kind of barbaric forced abortion nightmare that American conservatives portray it as. Firstly, it was never enforced in rural areas. Secondly, the fine for children after the first one was less than \$1,000. Thirdly, the reason it was implemented speaks to a kind of Asian logic that we can’t possibly go into here.

The above linked Breitbart article contains this very confusing lie, which more or less epitomizes Westerners making judgements about China:

That links to literal New York Times CIA propaganda, which does not contain these claims (it actually makes the opposite claim, quoting a woman who said she was encouraged by party members to get married just as her career was taking off).

Breitbart and New York Times propaganda aside, here are two graphs:

Mao Zedong was obsessed with increasing the birthrate, encouraging women to have like ten kids. He banned condoms. Part of that was due to the Great Leap Forward, which led to mass starvations. A few years before he died, he started telling women to slow down, because there were too many people.

Anyone who tries to analyze Mao’s policies is not a serious person. During the 20th century, every group of people on earth was coming to grips with the way the Industrial Revolution had changed society. Just like the printing press led to the Enlightenment and all of these different domino effects, the introduction of industrial machinery made everything go haywire all over the planet. Mao’s reign was just China working through that process. Look at what happened in Europe.

By the time he died in 1976, there were almost a billion Chinese people, which Deng Xiaoping decided was going to lead to mass starvation if they didn’t slow down. It was considered a “necessary evil.” It was not hatred of babies or families or whatever conservative talking point, it was literally a practical matter because there had been so many children born under Mao’s policy of telling women they were heroes of the nation for birthing as many children as possible.

However, all of that is totally not really relevant to anything, and bringing it up is just a way to stir up negative sentiments about Chinese people as part of this nonstop propaganda program. Xi Jinping has made it clear he wants to take the country in a traditional family direction, which is one more reason he is so hated by the left.

As far as the internet censorship: firstly, the West whining about that is totally absurd, as China does not have nearly as much of it as the West. Also, the censorship rules are enforced less enthusiastically. But, the underlying point is that Chinese culture is totally different, and they never made any promise of free speech. Free speech is a value of Western civilization, and necessary for the functioning of Western civilization. It is not a Chinese value, or something that the Chinese go around promoting. Because order is based on social obligation rather than a strict code of laws, political debate isn’t necessary in order for the Chinese to maintain civil society. They are also just generally reasonable and practical about the goals of politics, and do not have this weird partisan divide that Western style democracies purposefully incite to turn the population against itself.

The Western media made a big deal about a pastor going to jail, Wang Yi, as if he was sentenced for preaching the gospel. In fact, he was literally a State Department asset who regularly flew to Washington to meet with US government officials. He was allowed to do this for years on end, while calling for the abolishing of the Chinese government. They just kept asking him to stop doing that, and he wouldn’t stop doing it, so eventually they put him in jail. The reason they didn’t put him in jail immediately as soon as he broke the censorship laws is that the laws are more like guidelines, and they knew he had a lot of followers, and didn’t want to create disharmony by putting him in jail. But he pushed it too far. The guy was literally a university professor who converted to Christianity in 2005, and by 2006 he was having personal meetings with George W. Bush. He was not charged with “preaching the gospel,” he was changed with “inciting subversion.” He’d been profiled by The Atlantic, the Washington Post and the New York Times – publications not typically known for presenting Christians as heroes.

Here’s a big think for you: during most of 2020, Christians in America were banned from attending church, while Chinese Christians were not. In Australia, the number two country which claims to be fighting against China to create freedom, Christians are still banned from attending church.

It’s again just utterly dishonest and slimy to have these Jewish publications that express open hatred for Christianity claim that the Chinese government is at war with Christianity, while the CIA is using these home churches to incite revolution against the government. It’s like if the CIA were using hamburger stands to traffic guns into China and the Chinese government arrested them and the New York Times ran the headline “Inside China’s Brutal Crackdown on Hamburgers” – of course, right next to “You Must Eat Bugs: Americans Have Only One Week to Stop Eating Burgers Before Cow Farts Cause Deadly Earthquake.”

By pointing to “authoritarianism,” people who are trying to demonize China can make a superficial surface level critique without any context and leap to “China is the model for the New World Order.”

The attacks on China are disorganized and weird, but they are working very well. Frankly, I’m the only person I’m aware of that is offering meaningful analysis of the China situation in the English language, aside from a few white guys who live in China. China is a closed society, due not to communism, but to the massive language and cultural gap.

What is the Plan Here?

Though it is clear that the globalist agenda hinges on regime change in China, that rampant anti-Chinese propaganda abounds, and that the entire political and military apparatus in Washington supports using the military to “defend Taiwan,” the US plan to destroy the CCP is completely unclear.

Right now, China is finally standing up and pushing back against this bullying. If they decided to “invade” Taiwan, the Taiwanese military would put up less of a fight than the Afghan military. Americans have no idea what is going on in Taiwan. I would be surprised if even one soldier fired a shot if the CCP military landed in Taipei, and at least 40% of the people would openly greet them as liberators. The people who are still against reunification in theory would just shrug, and carry on with their day.

No one in Taiwan even understands the concept of the mainland “taking their freedoms.” No one thinks that anything substantial that affects them personally would change, other than gays and maybe some feminist women. A lot of people want the CCP to come in and ban gay marriage. The US forcing the gay marriage thing really rustled a lot of people.

Imagine the internet being flooded with videos of PRC troops landing in Taiwan and people either smiling and waving or just going about their business. Imagine the female president of Taiwan giving a public statement apologizing to the Chinese people for “disrespectful behaviors and mean-spirited actions.” Chuck Schumer and Ben Sasse could call a bipartisan press conference to release secret satellite photos of buildings in Taiwan that look shockingly similar to the infamous Hitler steam chambers. They could bring in the daughter of the Taiwanese ambassador to cry and say she saw CCP soldiers eating babies. But the jig would be up.

Seriously: what is the US going to do if China takes Taiwan? They’re going to start World War III? I guess?

Every US military simulation about defending Taiwan from an “invasion” shows China winning, meaning the only option would be for the US to escalate.

China has consistently said they are going to fire nukes. So we’re going to go to nuclear war for gay sex in Taiwan?

How prepared is the US for nuclear war? Who has been running the strategy on that front for the last two decades or so? Mark Milley and Lloyd Austin?

I don’t think any of these people are ready for this eventuality, which is rapidly approaching.

Who is even running the US government? Where are the adults?

The people running the US government are going around trying to force vax everyone, turn children into trannies as part of a program to normalize sex with children, and claiming that there’s a secret QAnon terrorist group planning to overthrow the government. Then behind those freaks you’ve got freaks like Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab planning to turn themselves into genetically-engineered cyborg immortals. Everything that is going on in the Western world is just as absurd and unserious as it is sickening and evil.

Here’s a thing which is happening: people – probably most of you reading this – are confusing the total power of the current US government for competence. This is very natural, psychologically – it makes fundamental sense that people with absurd amounts of power would have to have competence. But, if we break down the fact that these people inherited this power structure, then you might look at it like the logic of assuming a guy driving a Lamborghini must be rich, before you find out it was stolen. It took me a long while to process it myself, and I definitely didn’t have a full understanding of it until Joe Biden took over as our overlord, but these people are not competent. Upon closer inspection, we realize they are actual morons.

As a thought experiment: try to think of one single thing that the Democrats have done since assuming total domination of America that is indicative of competence. The only thing you will likely be able to think of is the fact that they’ve managed to keep this virus hoax rolling, but that is obviously virtually entirely managed by the media. And the success of the project is entirely dependent on the docility of the American people.

Even while they’ve prevented an uprising against the virus measures, the Biden people completely failed to meet their vaccination goals, and have instead handled the situation so badly that half the population believes the vax is a death shot – that is even while they have a mechanism of virtually complete censorship. (I actually believe they’re lying about the number of people who have taken the vax.)

The Afghanistan surrender was the most ridiculous debacle, but the border crisis is also completely moronic. They had total control, so if their goal was just to move as many brown people into the country as possible, they could have done it in an orderly way that didn’t result in an utter crisis. They’ve completely abandoned attempting to gain the approval of anyone other than their most hardcore left-wing cult members – which is a desperate non-strategy to begin with – but the border crisis has caused them to have to upset those hardcore cultist by announcing the border is closed and saying they’re going to deport people.

Their idiocy started with the election theft itself. The Supreme Court handed them a blank check, and they turned it into a complete debacle. Then after the debacle, they easily could have done some damage control, just by having Joe Biden say “I believe we won but I want to make sure everyone has faith in our elections, so I’m establishing a bipartisan independent committee to ensure there was no fraud.” Then he could have done a fake committee and released a report – probably half of the people who now believe the election was fake would have been convinced by that, or at least gone along with it as a way of comforting themselves. So why not do it? The only explanation is incompetence.

The Road to Nowhere

China is understandably tired of having their country surrounded by the US military, they are tired of being threatened and bullied, and they’re tired of the humiliation of not being able to control their own internationally recognized national borders (yes, even the US recognizes Taiwan as a part of China – I guess people apparently don’t even know that).

Maybe the US will go to war, maybe they won’t – I have no way of predicting that. I think it’s impossible to predict, given that there is no real order to the decisions being made by the people running the US government, other than that they are following this “New World Order” plot that was laid out by people who are already dead.

Most likely, if China took Taiwan, the leaders of the US would flinch, and that would signal the end of US global supremacy. The empire would then enter into rapid decline, as without US military supremacy, there is no logic to the dollar as global reserve currency. This would be a total tailspin, and America would look like the opening of that Dawn of the Dead remake.

It’s going to be a rough scene. The best thing for you in such a situation would be if you – wait for it – lived in a rural community. There will be serious rioting and all of the Walking Dead type stuff. The blacks will probably form cannibal gangs pretty early on, but they’ll just end up eating each other. After eating his last remaining lieutenant, the last cannibal warlord in any given city will be totally alone, and his last words before he starves to death will be: “muffuggen wite ppl did dis.”

What will not happen: the Chinese will not invade America to enslave people in communism with their social credit system. If you think that the Chinese want to invade America and enslave people, then you basically need to accept that you just don’t really have any idea what is going on. Why would the Chinese want to invade and enslave Americans? Just to be mean? Do Chinese people strike you as that emotional, that they would waste huge amounts of resources in order to engage in an act of geopolitical meanness? The entire Chinese mindset, and their entire marketing strategy as a superpower, is that they don’t invade countries, and instead trade with countries and invest in countries’ infrastructure.

There are all of these books published by Western universities over the last five years talking about how the US strategy of trying to convince countries to side with them over the Chinese was failing, and that all the countries who had made economic pacts with the Chinese were generally happy with the results. China’s strategy has been to basically portray the US as a country of violent lunatics trying to enslave the planet with their military and their debt economic system. Anthony Blinken was apparently chosen as Secretary of State because, along with being a Jewish Zionist, he’d given a bunch of speeches about the need for a new strategy to confront China in order to maintain US dominance. It turns out he does’t have any such strategy, but he’s adamant that there needs to be a new one, which is more than the other candidates for Secretary of State were able to offer, apparently.

During his March meeting with Chinese adults, his first and thus far only major appearance on the global stage, Blinken brought a woman with purple hair and channeled Holden Caulfield when the Chinese “phonies” said that Americans need to start applying themselves to their job of maintaining world order.

It’s rumored that during his interview for the job, Blinken did a pretty decent rendition of “Stairway to Heaven,” which Biden’s wife and caretaker “Doctor” Biden found “so dreamy.”

(Yes, Blinken actually was in a band and has admitted that his first choice for a career was “pop star.” Yes, he really had a single called “Lip Service,” which he wrote for Kamala Harris. Yes, that last part is a joke. I mean the Kamala Harris part. He really did release a single called “Lip Service,” which is on Spotify. This is going to go down in history alongside Caligula marrying his horse.)

Yes, after the total collapse, if you survive, then in 2050, there’s a high likelihood you will have a Chinese landlord. Except maybe not, because if you survive the meltdown, it probably means you own rural land.

The point is: everything is probably all going to work out. The ZOG empire is going to collapse, and the world is going to then be controlled by a Chinese merchant network, where the concept of “empire” is based on trade rather than military strength. White people will be fine in such a situation. Certainly a lot better than we are now, under these Jews.

In the Chinese version of Star Wars, Darth Vader has a pet triceratops.

Also, instead of blowing up Alderaan, he blows up the Kennedy Space Center.

Furthermore, Obi-Wan rides a motorcycle and wears a knight’s armor.

Han Solo is heavily grizzled, but he wears a heart locket.

Ask yourself: wouldn’t the new Star Wars movies have been better if instead of being about feminism and race-mixing, they explored Darth Vader’s relationship with his triceratops?

I rest my case.

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  1. Adept says:

    A tour de force.

    Thank you, Mr. Anglin.

    • Agree: Alfred
  2. Ron Unz says:

    Readers might find my own somewhat related 2012 article of interest:

    https://www.unz.com/runz/chinas-rise-americas-fall/

    • Thanks: John Regan
    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Zorost
  3. Decoy says:

    So the New World Order people made a bet that the Chinese people would, on an across the board basis, abandon their history and traditions and culture in order to join the West and become part of the NWO? That was a bad bet.

    • Thanks: Smashed Squash
  4. antibeast says:

    I don’t get why Westerners are so obsessed about China. They should care more about their own Civilization which used to be called the ‘West’ but now known as ‘Globo Homo’.

    Believe me, the Chinese don’t care about, much less know anything about the ‘West’ which has no relevance, significance or meaning to them. All they know is that Western brands like BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Chanel, Prada, Hermes, etc. are expensive luxuries which the nouveau riche Chinese splurge on as status symbols. Veblen call this socio-economic phenomenon ‘Conspicuous Consumption’.

    That doesn’t mean the Chinese worship the West or want to become Westerners. Heck, lots of Chinese students study in the ‘West’ but move back to China after graduating. Same with Chinese investors who buy expensive properties in the ‘West’ but move back to China where they’ve make their fortunes.

    That’s all there is to it.

  5. nsa says:

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  6. @Decoy

    It’s a good article but he makes a grave error assuming ZOG will just meekly give up power and go away quietly. They will light the planet in hellfire on their way down. If they can’t control it, then no one will. These are petty, evil, vindictive people.

  7. Maximo says:

    I lived in San Francisco in the early 2000s. There was a scare piece in the local paper that tech was turning bohemian San Francisco into “Singapore with better movies.” The horror! I remember thinking – wouldn’t that be nice? I’d been to Singapore and knew the stories about a dystopian police state were 99% false. They just don’t want to become, well, San Francisco, understandably.

    So, Andrew, given what you know about Chinese culture, what do you think the chances are of West Coast states/cities becoming dominated politically by East Asians on a law and order platform with assistance from China? Not now, but maybe by mid century, when they have the numerical courage and the Empire is in deep decline? I can see Calexit not turning out how White libs expect. Instead of Sweden with burritos, it’ll be more like “Mexico, with Chinese characteristics.”

  8. Alfa158 says:

    Nice work, but I don’t think the ruling class are actually interested in a literal world government. That was popular with progressives in the 20th century when it was thought necessary in order to stop wars and enforce common global social and political agendas. It would have been a sort of supercharged United Nations with the Secretary being a global equivalent to national president, and the assembly the equivalent of the national legislature. There was even a movement to replace all national languages with a new synthesized language, Esperanto. You still see this idea lingering on decades later in science fiction like The Expanse where the world is ruled by the United Nations and the chief executive is the Secretary who is selected by worldwide election.
    I think the ruling global capitalists now realize they don’t need to go that far. It will be more efficient to still have countries but use them purely as local administrative organizations. The US does not have a single municipal government administrating all its cities. There is no need for such a clumsy system because all cities are run by members of the same party with common ideas and policies.
    For the benefit of the global capitalist ruling class the future “countries” will simply all follow the same economic and social policies except for purely cosmetic local facades. Borders will be open; labor, capital, resources, and products will move freely between the “nations” in order to maximize efficiency and profits. The nations will increasingly lose their ethnic heterogeneous nature and the usual elite suspects will rule over a passive brown mob. Countries will be free to continue flying the old national flags, it’s just that those flags will have no more significance than the ones over Disneyland, and whichever the country, there will be a rainbow flag on the next pole.
    The vaguely National Socialist China is one of the last remaining stumbling blocks to this.

  9. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    The Chinese haven’t done anything wrong except to become an economic rival that’s not under someone else’s thumb. They’re coming up with pretexts that are rather a real stretch. The Chinese are mistreating Uyghurs, a group no one ever heard of until US propaganda latched onto them as a group we’re supposed to care about. They’re building islands in the China sea to protect themselves. How dare they throw up barriers to possible US aggression? We’re to be in league with Vietnam, Philippines, etc to protect fishing territory, something we’re all willing to fight for. The drums against China are getting increasingly loud these days, hyping war as a possibility and getting the public ready to buy into it. Most people are already talked into this without even understanding what it is they’re supposed to be angry about. Hope the Chinese don’t cut off our pharmaceuticals or consumer goods.

    • Replies: @Decoy
    , @Angharad
  10. I post this comment on a tablet device made in China.

    The shit libs at the FBI use Chinese computers and drones to oppress and terrorize people in the US.

    China has already won.

    What’s happening now is the all the butthurt shit lib fakes are leaving a scorched earth as they retreat. Where they retreat too? I have no clue. Maybe Pelosi and Trump can march their followers around in circles on the outskirts of Gaza and call it Wakanda.

    There won’t be a shit lib NWO. Not even a NWO that will let the US join let alone call the shots.

    • Replies: @HallParvey
  11. The social credit system should help the Chinese cut down on the littering, spitting, flinging cigarette butts around, and other uncultured anti-social behaviour. So maybe next time you see them in Bangkok they could be better behaved, unless they reserve such behaviour when they’re outside the country and beyond the Chinese surveillance cameras, wanting to once again experience the freedom of behaving like a total asshole. Oh, maybe the social credit should go global and surveillance cameras everywhere feed into the Chinese network so as to keep their tourists on a tight leash even when abroad.

  12. —–
    Project for the New American Century … claimed there would need to be a “Pearl Harbor like event” to get people behind invasions of various Middle Eastern countries.
    —–

    They actually did not say that. The people involved with the PNAC did have a record of urging Clinton to attack Iraq and were associated with the authorship of “A Clean Break” under Netanyahu’s supervision where they came up with the recommendation for Saddam Hussein’s overthrow. But “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” was not concerned with invasions of Mideast countries. It talked about “global missile defenses,” “space and cyberspace,” “space control,” and the like. The comment about Pearl Harbor was in the context of describing how new weapons systems are often spurred to development. The aircraft carrier was developed much more broadly in response to Pearl Harbor.

    —–
    Further, the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic event — like a new Pearl Harbor.
    —–

    They were talking about how the development of military technology tends to slag when there is no clear setback showing a need for correction. But at least in this context there was no talk about the Mideast.

    • Thanks: Weaver
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    , @Mefobills
  13. @Smashed Squash

    My Japanese Computer (Sony) motherboard is made in China. LOL.

    • Replies: @Smashed Squash
  14. Catdog says:

    Great article AA. One of your best.

    I believe you that things will work out eventually. It’s just a shame that we’ll be old or dead before then!

  15. @HallParvey

    See what I mean? Everyone will find similarities with their devices. All or crucial parts made in China.

    All those shit lib assholes on tv and in government, pushing Russia gate for five years, doing it all on Chinese made gear.

    Or me seeing a doctor, using a laptop device also made in China.

  16. @Andy Horton

    Unfortunately that’s a set of very valid moral values/survival strategy. They achieved power over the West for a reason.

  17. @Commentator Mike

    I choose a society of spitting littering assholes over globohomo where peoplekind eat 3D printed soy meat fortified with insect protein and kids are encouraged to mutilate their sexual organs for attention. If the CCP is what protects me from this nightmare then hail the Chairman Xi I say.

  18. Anon[389] • Disclaimer says:
    @Decoy

    Sure, why not?

    • Replies: @Showmethereal
    , @Samoo
  19. Rahan says:
    @Alfa158

    It will be more efficient to still have countries but use them purely as local administrative organizations.

    “Franchises”. I think we can call them “franchises”, especially keeping in mind the mega-cartel into which the deep state and megacorp factions are merging.

    A franchise branch called “Germany”, a franchise branch called “Spain” etc.

    Karl Kautsky predicted an “ultra-imperialist” phase slightly over a hundred years ago. In the face of Marxist orthodoxy that world capital factions will eventually eat each other alive and from the chaos socialism will arise, Kautsky speculated (and was called a “renegade” by Lenin) that instead world capital could very well fuse into a planetary cartel that’ll just take everything over and feed off the planet in perpetuity.

    They tried “by the rules” during Obama, but a provincial parliament in Wallonia vetoed the merger of the “Free World” into Kautsky’s “ultra-imperialism”, then Trump came along and sabotaged everything for another crucial 4 years, and then globohomo just went nuts.

    And we’re all in this nuts environment right now, thanks to globohomo taking off the kid gloves. Trump, for all his faults, forced so much out in the open. So much.

    And yes, Andre Wang Lin’s theory that the ultra-imperialist merger into planetary Neo Feudalism is now being led by a new generation of wankers, with the actual smart planners already dead or too old, and that certain things have rather spun out of control, Beijing being one of them, does feel increasingly plausible.

    I would say we are living through a convergence of a number of factors including:
    1) Kautsky’s ulta-imperialist phase taking shape at last
    2) Arendt’s idea that colonialism leads to civilizational degeneracy in the sense of the colonizers learning to apply the same techniques to their own native population. Even visually we see the forever wars turning US police into hyper-militarized “pacification troops”.
    3) Brezhnevist stagnation of the elites on the institutional level, with all the corresponding outcomes such as infrastructure collapse, shortages, blackouts, Chernobyls, and Afghanistans
    4) A cyberpunk version of the 19th century merger of megacorps with state institutions, to the extent of dictating state policy, as they did back in the day before WWI
    5) Bioleninism + new tech adding that extra zing

    • Agree: animalogic
  20. @Andy Horton

    The Clinton wing of the Shit Lib Party believes in “Rule or Ruin” as central to their Gospel of Globo-Homo. Their entire religion revolves around dressing their lies up in the drag of truth. While it goes about totally naked, scorching the earth.

  21. Lin says:
    @Decoy

    …the Chinese people would, on an across the board basis, abandon their history and traditions and culture in order to join the West and become part of the NWO?…

    As Ron Unz said, modern China is the product of ‘social Darwinism’; forgive me that I didn’t read his entire article, I want to point out 2 aspects of ‘Darwinism’
    ** Chinese in the last century or so demonstrated that China is also a successful geopolitical survivor and since 1949 for most of the time china has been under the threat of at least 1 superpower. On May 4th 1919, Chinese intellectuals started a serious critical civilizational self-retrospection movement known as the ‘May 4th Movement’. Lu Xun, probably the most influential Chinese leftist writer labelled traditional Confucist morality ‘Cannibalism’. All the early Chinese communist leaders were May4th adherents. Excesssive it might be, it showed Chinese are civilisationally agile.
    **What exactly is ‘Darwinism’? I only took 1st year college biology but to me it means an entity was under existential threat and that entity fought hard to improve and survive..and in the process it also ‘evolved’ into a new form.
    ## 3 civilisations have respectively a single religion as the lone civilizational pillar:
    a) India–What holds India, a country with 16 official languages, ‘Aryan-Dravidian’ divide, hindus-muslim antagonism..together? The obvious answer is that 80% of Indians are hindus
    b)Arabia–Can you what Arabia would be without Sunni-Islam? Look, the Holy Prophet Mohamed(PBUH)who has the last say on the future of humanity is an arab and according to him, Arabic is the official language of Jannah Paradise.
    (I would call it civilisationally problematic in this fast changing age. Saudi Arabia didn’t abolish slavery until 1962..the simple reason was that the Holy Prophet himself kept slaves…pls show me I’m wrong…)
    c)Judea (partially only..)– Obviously the jews are the prime example of ethnic Darwinist survivors; since for most of the time they live in diaspora, they must modify to survive. Examples:i)Over 1/2 of US jews eat bacon ii)The black costume of the hasidic jew is actually of polish origin…(there’re other examples you can check) ‘Judaism’ to most jews is more a tribal/ethnic tag than a religion.
    ……
    The most important attributes of Chinese civilisation IMO are:
    1)Language
    2)A strong sense of lineage (but not necessarily nostalgically, the May4th movement is a good example)
    3)Secularism (As I mentioned before, both Jesus and Confucius had parentage issue.. but ancient Chinese historians told us Confucius was a bastard while Christians say Jesus is the only son of God)
    4)practicality, ability to change..

    A few examples:
    China is probably the largest piano maker in the world
    https://www.bbc.com/culture/article/20131022-piano-mania-grips-china
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-future-of-classical-music-is-chinese/2019/03/22/2649e9dc-4cb5-11e9-93d0-64dbcf38ba41_story.html?utm_term=.6207cec4a986

    Chinese make good violins
    http://www.violinist.com/blog/superiorviolins/20153/16675/

    Same with caviar:

    http://www.aljazeera.com/video/news/2017/03/china-establishes-largest-caviar-producers-170331113335014.html

    http://www.thatsmags.com/beijing/post/17511/the-world-is-eating-chinese-caviar-and-doesn-t-know-it

    • Thanks: Decoy
  22. AA is a very stable genius who may well save the world from WW3.

  23. @Maximo

    Except the overwhelming majority of Asians in any of these big cities are still bound to the liberal hivemind. A Chinese person in America for 10+ years if not sooner has started to culturally diverge from all of the Chinese back in China. Sure, they’re certainly not “American” in any way that’s historically relevant, but they certainly aren’t viewed as Chinese by those still back at home, especially if they don’t have Chinese citizenship, and especially if they identify on the basis of being “Asian” as opposed to being “Chinese”.

    The vast majority of Asians you will encounter in America are moderately well-paid wage-slaves. There might be a few compradors from East Asia proper that have true wealth. But everyone is still within the ideological ambit of Western, liberal democracy. Asian in America are forcibly dislocated from their cultural roots and expected to be overwhelmingly loyal to the regime because they know nothing else. Sure, they’re decently compensated and have some status, but they’ll never replace the Sultan.

    • Agree: John Regan
  24. @Decoy

    Good point! When Xi talks about the great rejuvenation of China he does mean it. But the NWO crowd as you out it doesnt understand what that means. China is already now the largest trading nation. China is literally resurrecting the Silk Roads because that is what made China glorious. China’s state of glory though is not about telling other nations what to do and how to live. The dichotomy about ancient China is that even though it likes to trade with the world – it still likes to be left alone to do its own thing.
    Many in the west – and their synchophants point to China’s military build up as a “sign of aggression”. That is incorrect. Every time China faltered in history was because of invaders when China became disjointed and it closed itself off to the world. The military is not to conquer the world nor displace the US as policeman of the world. It is strictly to keep back any foreign intervention in Chinese affairs.
    But you are absolutely correct with the NWO crowd. They are not satisfied with any nation that doesnt bow to their will.. Be it China or Iran or Russia or Venezuela or others. There are many others but theynare scratched off the list because either their leaders get deposed in a coup – or assassinated – or the country is subject to an intense propaganda campaign to influence elections. We have seen the playbook many times over the decades.

    • Replies: @Realist
  25. TG says:

    Awesome awesome awesome article! Mega kudos!

    It is so rare to find someone who really knows about the roots of the “one child” policy, that it was a reaction to the Mao’s previous “have seven kids” policy and in any event was relatively soft and weakly enforced.

    So the West propagandizes that the one child policy was evil – but never ever mentions the previous pro-natalist policy that made it necessary. (Check out the wikipedia page on “Ma Yinchu.” )

    According to the west, the great famine had nothing to do with Mao’s population explosion, and the current economic boom has nothing to do with the moderation of population pressure – no, we are told that it’s all about China’s “market reforms” – never mind that there are lots of countries with sky-high fertility rates that have tried “market reforms” and they are all still poor.

    No, the West gives Nobel prizes to lying economists who claim the answer to poverty in places like India is “micro-credit”, even though “micro-credit” has been tried and has consistently failed for decades now – but can’t let the Indians get ideas, they might stop being poor and then the source of all that lovely cheap labor will dry up….

    So again, a really nice article.

    • Replies: @Andy Horton
    , @Chinook Wind
  26. Decoy says:
    @anonymous

    We’ve been King of the Hill since 1946 and until recently there really was no one in 2nd place. 75 years is a long run but I think most Americans are accepting of the reality that China is rising and we have peaked. I don’t know anyone who would accept aggression against China, including any related to Taiwan. The unsuccessful 20 year war with the Taliban and even more so the humiliating exit has changed a lot of average Joe’s mind about both our responsibilities around the world as well as our militaries ability. Anyone who watched Milley and Austin testify surely has some doubts about military leadership.

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
    • Replies: @Miro23
  27. peterAUS says:

    …There seems to be a kind of “it will all work out” attitude. Some of them probably think that they can confront China militarily, or that the impending global economic collapse will shake them loose, or something. Honestly, I read through their literature, and I watch their conferences, and there isn’t a clear strategy….
    …they frame everything as good, and basically assume anyone with an IQ high enough to read this stuff will likely agree with them….
    …to establish a global scientific government…
    …in October of 2019, the World Economic Forum, Johns Hopkins University, and The Gates Foundation hosted “Event 201,” wherein they declared that a global pandemic was imminent, and ran a simulation on how the world would react to the spread of a novel coronavirus that emerged from bats. Again, by sheer coincidence, “the coronavirus pandemic” was announced a few months later…
    …force the population into accepting a new kind of feudal order with a vastly reduced quality of life….

    Yep.

    …Then of course the coronavirus hoax was launched in China…

    By whom?
    Hard to imagine that done without at least tacit approval by Beijing. For its own use, of course.

    For the right, the support for anti-China sentiment makes no real sense, and is mostly based on stupidity and a lack of information.

    “Leadership”, greed. “Masses”, stupidity.

    To practicalities:
    Taiwan-China. I have some Taiwanese friends here.

    If they decided to “invade” Taiwan, the Taiwanese military would put up less of a fight than the Afghan military. Americans have no idea what is going on in Taiwan. I would be surprised if even one soldier fired a shot if the CCP military landed in Taipei, and at least 40% of the people would openly greet them as liberators. The people who are still against reunification in theory would just shrug, and carry on with their day.

    WRONG. Plenty of people there who would fight. Now….how that fight would go on in some scenarios is another matter. But, any military intervention would mean HUGE loss of life and destruction around/in Taiwan.

    …what is the US going to do if China takes Taiwan?

    To do that it would need at least a corps on ground in Taiwan. So…the question for the author is: how, exactly, can that corps land on Taiwanese soil and sustain its combat capability for, at least, a couple of weeks?

    I don’t think any of these people are ready for this eventuality, which is rapidly approaching.

    I think they are, should it come to that.

    Maybe the US will go to war, maybe they won’t – I have no way of predicting that. I think it’s impossible to predict, given that there is no real order to the decisions being made by the people running the US government, other than that they are following this “New World Order” plot that was laid out by people who are already dead.

    Plenty of alive followers of those dead.

    BTW, mostly agree with Alpha158 and Rahan.

  28. ogjfk says:

    I learned a long time ago that I would much rather do business with a chinaman than with a jew. In my experiences, the Chinese are honorable people when they are treated honorably: you cannot say that about America’s current zionist masters. If the rise of China is what is needed to rid the world of the grotesque, outsized power of aipac and its US vassal state (which has no problem smearing and turning the power of the state against ordinary Christian Americans), then I am a sinophile to the core of my being. China is not America’s gravest enemy, but we aren’t allowed to talk about that.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  29. Well done Andrew.

    I was born in 1944. So the future is none of my business. But for what it’s worth I would prefer the Chinese to Imperial Washington. I believe that the Chinese would allow me to be White and Christian. I believe they would allow me to be an American.

    As an Unvaxed Deplorable I am currently catgorized as a Terrorist, a Racist and an Untouchable.

    • Thanks: Rahan
    • Replies: @Montefrío
    , @Weaver
  30. I’ll say this for the anti-China left: they have at least framed some of their propaganda in current woke terms. The anti-China right are still mostly blathering about communism as if it was 1950. And war hawks will be war hawks, no matter which wing is currently flapping.

    On the other hand, an economic takeover is something to be concerned about. Or rather, it was something to be concerned about a few decades ago before it happened. A half-hearted “Buy American” movement and a half-assed resistance to “Free Trade” was really the best Thermopylae we could muster?

    A country that depends so thoroughly on the products and labor of another country is vulnerable and weak — not because China wants to rule us, or destroy us, but because we have given up the basic means to compete and guarantee our own quality of life and the pride that it makes possible.

    • Agree: Godfree Roberts
  31. mike99588 says:

    ZOG and CCP are both enemies of traditional America even in the pre1860s form.

    CCP is still a hyperaggressive crook with its 9 dash line claims and forts in other peoples waters.
    CCP is still a virus cooperator, probably some frenemy deal with ZOG or the others – they both got rid of Trump. China Joe’s relation now is less clear about CCP, he could easily be “anti-China” precisely to lose a war, whatever kind of conflict(s), and both ZOG and CCP could be happy with it….

  32. Chinese cultural values are virtually a direct inversion of the modern Western values created and promoted by the Jews. But it is simply the basic order of nature they are promoting.

    Well said.

    When the Western media say the CCP are Literally Hitler they’re actually being honest for once. The CCP are not neoconned warmongers like George Bush. Or even rabble rousers like Donald Trump. They are literally National Socialists.

    Although translated to Chinese obviously. So their program is Confucianism instead of Christianity, whining about made-up Japanese atrocities 90 years ago instead of real grievances with the Treaty of Versailles and so on. But the main points are still the same:

    Yes to healthy business practices, no to monopolies and finance plutocracy.

    Yes to healthy masculinity and femininity, no to feminism and trannyism.

    Yes to healthy nationalism and tradition, no to rootless cosmopolitanism and GloboHomo.

    The one big difference is that the CCP aren’t nearly as explicit about one particular destructive factor in national and international life as the German National Socialists were. Probably because that factor isn’t a big domestic problem for them like it was in Germany in the 1920s. But they are certainly aware of its importance on the world stage. Otherwise books like Song Hongbing’s “The Currency Wars” would not top the bestseller lists in China.

    https://aftermathnews.wordpress.com/2007/09/26/chinese-buying-up-new-book-about-rothschild-banking-conspiracy/

    (It goes without saying that just as with Solzhenitsyn’s “200 Years Together” this bestseller of millions of copies has been translated into such global languages as Polish and Japanese but of course not English…)

    Of course you could also say most or all of these points are also exactly the same as Plato or Machiavelli or George Washington or basically any European or American statesman living before circa 1900 would agree on. You’d have a point. But that of course just means they too are Literally Hitler by modern media standards.

    I mostly agree with Anglin’s take on this general issue even if I’m more than a little more skeptical about China than he is. Politics are a different thing than personal sentiment. I for sure can’t say I personally like China. The culture. The lack of manners. The tyranny. And don’t even get me started on what an incredible pain their language is to learn.

    I wouldn’t want to live in China. A man of the West I was born. And even in this rotten age of ruin and decline I wouldn’t ever want to be anything else even if I could somehow choose.

    But …if I had been born Chinese I would be proud of my government like no Westerner since maybe the mid-1940s or so has ever at any point had any business to be.

    The Chinese aren’t our friends and most likely never will be. But right now they aren’t our main enemy either. And despite their various and numerous bad habits: In the current day we (meaning our societies more than most of us readers here) have a lot we could stand to learn from them.

    After all they learned it from us in the first place almost exactly a hundred years ago. Back when they were the ones drowning in degeneracy and drugs and ruled by a grossly corrupt and illegitimate and rapidly failing mandarinate.

  33. Anonymous[405] • Disclaimer says:

    The biggest threat to China is its women can’t resist the white man

    • Replies: @antibeast
  34. Judeofascists and Zionazis HATE China for a number of reasons. The Chinese are goyim, and a low type thereof, according to Talmudic hate doctrine. The Chinese give the lie to the narcissistic Judaic assertion that Jews are the intellectual ubermenschen among humanity. The Chinese surpassing the West as the world’s leading power means that centuries of Jewish activity to control the world by controlling the West, the USA in particular, threatens Judaic supremacy. Here in Austfailia Sinophobic hatred is total and compulsory among the ‘elites’, but Jewish operatives in the MSM are particularly deranged in their hatred. If China reaches the global summit, the protection racket whereby Israel is immune to International Law, and commits any atrocities it cares to, thanks to US and Western support, will end. Shortly thereafter, Israel will either be forced to return to its 1947 borders, or disappear.

    • Replies: @anon
  35. @mike99588

    The most virulent racists are always the dumbest and most pig ignorant.

    • Troll: mike99588
  36. @ogjfk

    I had a chat with a vigneron once, as I sample his wares. He was pulling his white grapes to plant more red, because the reds were far more popular with his best customers-the Chinese. He volunteered that dealing with Chinese was easy-a handshake was always honoured. Exporting to the USA, in contrast, was a nightmare of duplicity, double-crossing and legal quicksand.

    • Thanks: Robjil, Godfree Roberts
  37. Anon[423] • Disclaimer says:

    “It had been generally assumed … that China would get onboard with the United Nations agenda … “

    Yeah, right, the Ashkenazi are stupid!

    They were fumbling around the last few decades. All the time thinking that when they initiated their Great Reset and founded their New World Order, the CCP was simply going to roll-over and allow them roll-on-in and take over their country.

    You have to be really dumb to even think that, let alone publish it. The Ashkennazi are every vile thing going, but they are not stupid.

    You childish fools. The Khazars are not, nor never were, so dumb as to believe they would be able to swan in and take control of China. All evidence has for quite some time pointed to the Ashkenazi doing some kind of a nod-and-wink deal with the CCP.

    Take note of the current totalitarianism in Australia, which, like the rest of the West, is controlled by the Ashkenazi. It looks very much like the Jews were in the process of handing Australia over to the Chinese. But something went wrong which led to Australia doing a deal with the US and UK for nuclear powered submarines – note these subs are nuclear powered and not necessarily capable of launching nuclear armed missiles.

    There is some powerful people fighting back against the Khazars. The recent blackout and data hacks from Facebook and other tech giants is purported to have been done by these anti-Khazars. It may have been done to send the Khazars a message in retaliation for their release of the Pandora Papers – these leaked papers specifically target people who are openly opposed to Globalism and the Biden presidency.

    I and many others believe (among them friends of mine in Australia) that Oz was in the process of being handed over lock, stock and barrel to China. A short time ago, China sent an ICBM over Sydney. It was a type of missile they usually use to launch satellites. This missile’s trajectory was low, so it seems this missile was clearly sent over Oz in anger. Perhaps rage at the Khazars and Australia at not following through on the nod-and-wink deal to divide the world between the Khazars and the CCP?

    The author of the article laughs at the comparison of Vaccine Passports with the Social Credit System in China. This is where he really gives away his ignorance.

    Tech giants in the West sent IT engineers to China to assist the CCP with the setting up and implementation of this social control system. These Western IT engineers also innovated China’s ubiquitous CCTV facial recognition system. Systems which let the CCP have complete and utter control over every aspect of their citizen’s lives. The CCP can control what their subject’s read, eat, drink and when they go out, who they fornicate with and marry. The Chinese are basically cattle on a ranch.

    The Chinese – even though China’s average IQ is higher than the West’s – are not actually very good at innovation. This is why they’ve evolved to be experts at stealing technology and hacking computer systems. Perhaps their governmental system, where a road sweeper has as good a lifestyle as a middle manager, has something to do with this?

    China gained greatly from the Western IT specialists. But Western IT engineers also gained: China proved a good place for them to test their prototype surveillance systems. It’ll be second nature to them to set up similar systems in the West.

    If Western governments get their “Vaccine” passports up and running, they won’t be just similar to the Chinese Social Credit System, they’ll be exact replicates of it.

    As for above author. I really wonder if Soros is paying him to make this conservative site look stupid?

    • Thanks: mike99588
  38. @nsa

    You could at least get the accent right. It’s the Japanese that confuse l and r, not the Chinese. Mandarin speakers have no problem with r (at least not that problem).

  39. Communism was feminist in believing women deserved equal rights and dignity as the men.

    But what goes by ‘feminism’ isn’t about equality of rights but perpetual whining about ‘victimhood’ as a kind of girl-power fetish. These girls are meany-boppers and can’t be taken seriously. Whiny, petulant, and of course, imitative of trash in the West. And they don’t need trolls as they troll themselves into ridiculousness without the self-awareness.

  40. @Maximo

    LOL… I never heard that one about the comparison between San Fran and Singapore. You are right… Singapore does not want be to San Francisco – LOL

  41. Chinaman says:

    What will not happen: the Chinese will not invade America to enslave people in communism with their social credit system. If you think that the Chinese want to invade America and enslave people, then you basically need to accept that you just don’t really have any idea what is going on. Why would the Chinese want to invade and enslave Americans? Just to be mean? Do Chinese people strike you as that emotional

    Not interested. You guys seem pretty good at destroying yourself.

  42. Rahan says:
    @Anon

    The CCP can control what their subject’s read, eat, drink and when they go out, who they fornicate with and marry.

    “Citizen Cheng, today you not eat noodle, you eat dumpling with plawn sauce chop-chop! No sexy time with wife, must anal neighbor second floor double quick. This evening you go out at 20.00 am. If five minutes late–cannot reading Hally Pottel.”

  43. Welcome to Jewish Supremacist US.

    • Thanks: Robjil
  44. @Rahan

    Dumb and dumber-Sinophobe racists really are the bottom of the septic tank.

    • Thanks: Rahan
  45. Andrew, another great article full of truth and levity. And now, a relaxing drive through Chongqing, China (largest city by population) before the kakistocracy goes ape shit:

  46. @Patrick McNally

    Oh NO! We never meant bomb Asia, attack the Middle East, or reduce “israel’s” neighbours to rubble! We talking “defense”, protecting Freedom, space control.

    • Replies: @Patrick McNally
  47. “And yet, there is no trace, anywhere, of anyone claiming that China is secretly on-board with the globalist agenda, or is anything other than a threat to it.”

    This is not true. I just watched a recent Whitney Webb – James Corbett podcast which talked about the current relationship of China and the West, and the history of prior relationships between the West and Bolshevism/Stalin and the West and Hitler (referencing Antony Sutton’s detailed investigations). Corbett has been talking about this for years.

    In addition, the USA investor/capitalist/CEO class was active in closing USA factories and building or outsourcing production in China and shipping production back to the USA. This is a large percentage of their overall profits. They have no interest in a real battle with China. Why doesn’t the writer talk about this aspect of USA-China relations? What percent of the imbalance of trade is in fact USA corporate products statistically identified as ‘Chinese exports to the USA’?

    The capitalist class in the USA has always done sweet business with the ‘enemy’ while sending the youth of their middle and working class to go kill and die fighting these ‘enemies’.

    Read the business and political histories of the Dulles brothers, just for an indication of this.

    Event 201 in October 2019 had a very active participant: the head of the Chinese CDC, later the co-author of the first paper identifying Covid 19 as the culprit causing a dangerous ‘pandemic’. That’s a fact, go watch the videos of Event 201, they are publicly available on youtube

    • Replies: @antibeast
  48. “yes [literally confirming that it is a one-way street, thereby showing agreement and reaching a consensus with the officer that it is indeed a one-way street], but the other road is very busy and there are no cars on this road.” The officer will then make a judgement about both the truthfulness and the reasonableness of this explanation. He may, for example, get on the radio and ask another officer to confirm if the other street is actually busy. If your story checks out, he might then decide to let you go.

    Ha ha, this exact thing literally happened to me here in India when I was going to a friend’s wedding, lost my way, and found myself driving the wrong way down a one way street. No, I wasn’t fined, and the cop actually helped me get back on the main road by stopping a couple of cars going the other (right) way.

    Once again an article where I agree with Anglin. What’s happening to Anglin, or what’s happening to me?

    • LOL: Rahan
  49. @nsa

    BTW, Caligula never married his horse, nor did he make it a senator. That’s an old canard.

  50. @Anon

    Desperate glownigging State Dept shill detected. Your system is so vile, even the most ludicurous anti-Chinese propaganda pales in comparision to the reality you and your kikes force upon us.

  51. Anon[113] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ron Unz

    Ron, are you simping on your own blog?

    • Troll: Rahan
    • Replies: @Ryan2
  52. utu says:

    Andrew Anglin is working very hard to be a credible patsy one day. Andrew, look around among your acquaintances and you may spot your Jack Ruby.

  53. reading says:

    A few of America’s evil elites have cheated even a large number of its good ones. Release of a novel coronavirus flood. Built Noah’s Ark/world government. And then the vaccine is the ticket. Overprice the middle class and make them poor to get on board. Only as slave OARS at the bottom of the boat.
    Everyone agrees that the American empire is far superior to other countries in technology. And there are more biological laboratories combined than the rest of the world… There are more virus waves like this… Washed by one big flood after another. All the poor of the world died.. The middle class lost their possessions in the flood and became educated bottom slaves.. Elite are taking property from others through flood.. The concentration of global wealth in the hands of a few has accelerated in the last two years….
    As for China, it’s China that doesn’t want to get on board. Or are global governments simply unwilling to give the Chinese tickets?
    Movie 2012 is interesting.. Ark was built in China by mainly Chinese.. The Chinese are just useful tools. They’re not even slaves. The American Empire did all it could to promote freedom and democracy… While trying to control the enslavement of the world. Left me flabbergasted..
    China had to build its own. It may not be advanced. It may not be comfortable. But to survive…
    And stop saying stupid things about China controlling the world.. China just wants to live its own life. Thousands of miles away the US and China have very little relationship.. Hardly worth paying attention to.. Whether they are democracy or slavery is their freedom.. The American empire is different. He sees the world as his own property… People all over the world are tools in their eyes.. A dog sleeping in a manger… Citizen of the world means that the world is ours.. Only we are citizens of the world.. We are the only people…

  54. Dumbo says:

    WHAT, Ezra Levant is a Israel-first “conservative Jew”? LOL.
    I swear, that Canadian red maple leaf had me fooled…

    Anyway, I thought Jews were fans of Chinese food?

    As for the “vaxx passports” and “green passes”, I think they are worse that the Chinese social credit system.

    The Western “social credit” system will eventually be the opposite of the Chinese one: it will count points if you have anal sex with strangers in public bathrooms, if you use hard drugs, if you watch porn all day, etc.

  55. Bankotsu says:

    The Chinese are effectively the opposite of everything the modern West stands for:

    Hardcore racists against all non-Chinese
    Extreme ethno-nationalists

    Chinese people are not hardcore racist or “extreme ethno-nationalists”.

    I speak this as a chinese.

    I feel that the writer is trying to project U.S. internal politics and problems onto China.

    • Replies: @Rahan
    , @Andy Horton
    , @Truth
  56. @Alfa158

    “Nice work, but I don’t think the ruling class are actually interested in a literal world government.”
    I think you are probably right. Where possible they’d work thru local elites — it just “looks better”.
    Where there’s lack of compliance they have their old tool box of sanctions, proxy fighters, colour revolutions etc. Flexibity.
    Of course, as each day passes, the less the old tool box looks like it might work.
    But, never forget the Samson option — these people, the Globalists, are not only vicious, but infinitely mean & stupid…..

  57. dimples says:

    Mr Anglin is just not very good at conspiracy theories so this rambling and unreadable shpiel about Globohomo’s increasing antagonism towards China does not make much sense. As is obvious, the reason for the current antagonism towards China is to justify the market for continuing stratospheric MIC spending. Forget all the bloviated nonsense like “reasons” and so on. That’s just the trusted CIA media assets spinning for their wages. Learn to see the obvious in front of your face and then you will understand.

  58. antibeast says:
    @Anonymous

    That’s a myth. Chinese women (in China) are xenophobes for the most part with those seeking Western husbands mostly looking for ‘plane tickets’ to the West. Same thing is true for other Asian countries: those Asian women seeking Western husbands do so for mercenary reasons with lots of horror stories of Western men getting swindled by Asian women in Asian countries like Thailand or the Philippines.

    As I have written in my previous posts, ‘Globo Homo’ values such as negro worship, homo rights, transgender children which have replaced the Christian values of Western Civilization have very little relevance, significance or meaning to Asian citizens living in Asian countries whose Asian values revolve around their Asian families, traditions and religions.

    Those Asian women should not be confused with the so-called ‘Asian’ women living in the West who are not Asians at all but Westerners of Asian descent brainwashed into accepting ‘Globo Homo’ values. In fact, many of these so-called ‘Asian’ women are now dating Black men as ‘negro worship’ has become the new religion of the ‘Globo Homo’. Even White boys are now into dating Black men as their new ‘status symbols’! LOL!

    • Replies: @Anon
  59. @peterAUS

    Whether Taiwan will fight or not depends entirely on whether the DPP has been successful in purging the Republic of China Army of Nationalists.

    The DPP’s last attempt at “independence” ended when the RoC Army hinted at a coup. As far the Nationalists old guards were concerned there’s only one China and they were defending it.

    Just last month some retired Nationalist general urged the RoC Army to surrender if the PRC attacked. Yeah, they despise the DPP THAT much.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  60. Huntington also originated the term “clash of civilizations” in reference to the need to destroy Islam in order to establish this global state. In his book, “The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order” (1996) he also defined China as a major potential enemy because they were modernizing while maintaining their traditional patriarchal culture, but was hopeful that “opening up” would cause them to abandon tradition, and that the mainland would reunify with Taiwan and adopt the Western system.

    I’ve read “The Clash of Civilizations” several times over the years and this characterization of its contents is very nearly 180 degrees off.

    Huntington’s argument was about the tenacity of cultures and the inability of artificial political structures to keep them submerged for long, as evidenced by the breakup of Yugoslavia along cultural/civilizational lines. His conclusion was that the world order should be one of civilizational zones policed by the hegemonic state of that civilization, but that military interventions, severe diplomatic pressures, and even immigration should never cross these civilizational lines as a matter of strict policy, in order to avoid a “Clash of Civilizations.”

    • Thanks: Godfree Roberts
  61. Andreas says:

    China is a healthy society with positive, organic cohesion and a deep sense of itself. China’s values are in alignment with natural law.

    The US is a decadent society that no longer has any healthy sense of itself. It is becoming ever more diverse. And, therefore, must be increasingly held together by coercion. The US’s values are no longer in alignment with natural law.

    China is on the ascent and the US is in terminal decline. It is only a matter of time before this will become obvious to even the most devout deniers.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  62. BuelahMan says:

    I was 4 sentences in when I realized that I was about to waste one helluva lot of time.

  63. A few short years ago, an undercover report about Chinese illegal migrants discovered a common feature.

    In order to qualify under Western asylum rules, the aspiring refugee would tell this story: that they had converted to Christianity, and were meeting in secret to celebrate mass. The Chinese police arrived, and everyone fled into the night in order not to get caught and persecuted. Their journey took them all the way to North America.

    Bureaucrats handling refugee cases had heard the exact story hundreds of times. Although they suspected the Chinese were telling a whopper, they had to give them the benefit of the doubt.

    • Replies: @Maddaugh
  64. antibeast says:
    @WingsofADove

    What percent of the imbalance of trade is in fact USA corporate products statistically identified as ‘Chinese exports to the USA’?

    Some 60% of ‘Chinese exports to the USA’ are in fact AMERICAN products such as Apple’s iPhones, but made in China and exported back to the USA. Excluding those AMERICAN products, the actual percentage of ‘Chinese exports to the USA’ that are CHINESE products is 40% which amounts to around \$200B (2018) which are mostly intermediate products, i.e., parts, components, subsystems, which goes to US manufactured products. Trump hit this category with 25% tariffs which has forced US manufacturers to move their factories to Mexico to avoid the 25% tariffs. Trump left out the AMERICAN products such as Apple’s iPhones after Tim Cook explained to Trump that US consumers would end up paying for the tariffs.

  65. @Rahan

    Again with the Japanese accent FFS! Anglin is right, you Yanks don’t know shit about China.

    • Replies: @Rahan
  66. xyzxy says:

    During my stay in China, I recall sitting at a Starbucks in Shenzhen, a modernist city that was only a small fishing town a few decades earlier. My Chinese friend asked me, unexpectedly, how I liked living in a ‘police state’? He was of course being ironic; but it hit me hard.

    I realized that I had as much ‘freedom’ to move around and interact, consume, and laugh in China as in any US city. In fact, I felt a hell of a lot safer, because even walking through ‘inner city alleyways’ late at night on the way home, there were no threatening blacks.

    The only time I ever encountered any overt ‘police’ presence was when my friend wanted to take a picture of me in front of the US consulate. Out of nowhere a policeman showed up, advising us that taking photographs of the embassy was not allowed. He was respectful, and then melted into the crowd after the camera was packed up.

    On the plus side, the women over there aren’t plus size.

  67. Rahan says:
    @Bankotsu

    I speak this as a chinese.

    “I speak this as a Black person” has absolutely no value as proof of that what is being spoken is true; “I speak this as a homosexual”, or “I speak this as a woman”, or “I speak this as a hip-hop fan”–likewise.

    Truth is determined through many points of view converging. Once upon a time the West encouraged this and may yet one day return to this.

    I feel that the writer is trying to project U.S. internal politics and problems onto China.

    Let’s say he’s trying to compress a complex topic into simple sentences by using concepts close to the reader and filtering the material through these concepts and simple sentences. Not objective and not scholarly, but way more honest (and fun read) than 99.9% of the mainstream.

    • Replies: @Maddaugh
  68. @Anon

    The CCP can control what their subject’s read, eat, drink and when they go out, who they fornicate with and marry. 

    More bullshit. In many ways people in China are freer than in the US or my own country Australia. You can walk down the street swigging beer and no cop will ever harass you about it. Now that’s freedom!

    • Replies: @Badger Down
  69. @Rahan

    chinese food better than hindoo diarreha, yellow skin better than kal loo huhkoi skin, big heads better than small heads, straight hair better than curly ,young looking better than early aging and on and on my lowly brahmin shitria rajputi

  70. To say Mr. Anglin is a prolific and talented writer would be a huge understatement.

    He can always be relied on for new and amusing/interesting content and will be remembered for all the hard work he has done over the years with so little support. Thanks for showcasing him at Unz, he’s always a pleasure to read.

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
  71. Feminism/unearned votes for women was the thin end of the wedge in the West and the genie has to be put back in the bottle and a war with China would undoubtedly do that as the weakness engendered in the west by forcing women and others into positions they are simply not able to function in, look at the destruction wrought by Sturgeon, May, Clinton, Pelosi, Merkel etc etc etc if you doubt that, would ensure the West lost that war in very short order. And so the West would have to address the failure of the policy enforced throughout the West of “give the job to anyone except the white guys who built the countries in the first place.”

    Yes a good kicking from China would be a very good thing for the West that could sit behind its nuclear shield and lick its wounds and listen to women demanding a nuclear strike against China and then men would finally waken up to the damage this acquiescence to going along with their feelings instead of facts was going to lead them into if they didn’t put the clocks back.

    As Enoch Powell said I am always being told we can’t turn the clock back and yet we all do it once a year in the Autumn to go back to real sun time.

  72. Maddaugh says:

    Chinese men are pussies and the CCP recognizes this. You only have to look at them to see the homo genes are predominant. That and the fact they have small willies make Asian women want western men. Also, the Asian women want a man who can give them a life of comfort. Who wants to be married to some Chinaman, Biff or Jumblebrain and live in a grass hut, ride a bicycle and eat rice and road kill everyday.

    By the way, I see Chinaman is back. Did he not write a long sad comment about being victimized on this site and that he would never return !? For all his verbal farting he cannot help but want to hang white. Welcome back Chinee. We suspect you are a CCP troll living in the west but at least you know whites are winners and you are with the AA team heading for the big touchdown. When conflict breaks out you guys are going to between a hammer and an anvil. We dont like you and will imprison you and the CCP will consider you useless tools and accommodate you in a nice concentration camp. Just think, hard labour, planting rice, singing CCP approved songs and planting rice……..18+ hours a day.

    Now looking at these feminists, they all are a bunch of empty headed teens looking to cash in like Greta the Climate Change dupe. Chinese women are bred to serve men and the Chinese men are bred to be obedient in a grovelling kind of way.

    As for the Chinese trolls on this site like XYXWXY (what a stupid handle) the fact is there are more people fleeing China for the West than Westerners fleeing to China. You creeps live there because you are losers unable to compete here. All these comments about how great it is to live there is sheer bunk !

    Ah So, China ain’t going to be no super power running the world. Anyone who thinks must suffer from the same mental illness as Jumble Bran. When it comes down to short strokes Whitey will OWN you. Get that through your heads now to save yourselves future disappointment.

    • LOL: Truth
  73. Maddaugh says:
    @beavertales

    In other words, in addition to working as prostitutes, bottle and can collectors in Harlem, and slaves in Chinatown, they will do and say just about anything to flee the Utopia that is China.

    I just cannot imagine paying tens of thousands of dollars and being jammed into a container with 100 other smelly human beings, all of us shitting in one bucket, in order to flee the US and illegally enter China.

    How they manage it from the other end is a mystery to me but hey, the sweet life in China must be hard to take and so they suffer any privation to flee Paradise. This is the logic that will rule the world LOL.

    • LOL: Godfree Roberts
  74. Weaver says:
    @Decoy

    Japan developed towards Europe in reaction to China. Also, the US believes it can corrupt Japan’s culture, encourage mass immigration. But China is reacting against US attempts at destroying it and resisting its attempts at influence. Japan is “open” and so easily influenced, and Japan’s manga culture and general culture is currently flooded with US money as a sort of attack.

    I don’t like China’s social credit system, but currently the FBI doesn’t track antifa and blm crime while labeling parents who complain about crt as potential terrorists. It’s easy to condemn China, but the trajectory is such that it could end up freer than the US if only because it lacks America’s global diversity. Canada is passing speech control online. The US will follow. In the end, China is run by its own people; America is not.

    It’s unclear how Russia and China will be in 20 years, however. The world is always changing. The US will continue changing as well.

  75. SafeNow says:

    “Here’s a thing which is happening: people – probably most of you reading this – are confusing the total power of the current US government for competence”

    A superb essay, but I must disagree with the “probably most of you reading this” part of the above statement. In fact, I would be surprised if more than a few readers believe that the US government is competent. Perhaps even none of us believes that the US government is competent.

  76. Maddaugh says:
    @Rahan

    I speak this as Maddaugh LOL, there are some Chinks and East Indians commenters who are quite uppity because we have let them into the west as refugees or as cheap Visa flunkies.

    These jokers are bitter rivals so much so they are fighting for some mountainous area no one knows exactly where, the Chinese with Chopsticks and the Indians with left over tandoori chicken legs. This is like 2 bald men fighting for a comb.

    Shit, its no wonder whites colonized these people and controlled them for centuries. They are dumb ! What we need to do is subjugate them once again after deporting the lot back to their hell holes.

    Chinamen take note. Confucius say “No bring chopstick to nuclear fight”.

  77. @Alfa158

    They have stated they want self sufficient city states and most of us culled. The ancient world order is to be the new world order.

  78. Weaver says:
    @antibeast

    The empire is concerned that it can’t conquer China. American conservatives are fascinated that China resists.

    As for “the West,” the dominant powers in the US want a sort of globalism United partly against the concept of West, which is seen as racist. They want a new social organism that identifies only as human, without any traditions or history, no defining characteristics except what the mass culture creates. It is empowered partly by providing safety from the threat that whites supposedly present to those who aren’t white.

    Confucius is popular among American conservatives, but little else is known about China. Also, some like how Taoism was condemned by Sima Qian. And few today in the West know much about the West, but those who do also read somewhat about India and China.

    The scary thing is, America’s government knows little about the world and yet attempts to control it.

    • Replies: @antibeast
    , @Andreas
  79. It’s hard not to notice that the Chinese are trying currently trying to undo the Frankfurt School ideas that undid the West. Unless they takeover the Rothschild International banking order, my guess they will just be a blip in history. They owe their current existence to the family. Still I will root for them just a bit. However all those western China pyramids, of which China vigorously tries to hid,e suggest that the Han were the interlopers who claimed the ag and transportation innovations of others. Does make you wonder are they the missing ancient Hebrew tribe? Also can they innovate without western man? I know test scores and such.

    • Replies: @Rahan
    , @nokangaroos
    , @Marcion
  80. Robjil says:

    China’s strategy has been to basically portray the US as a country of violent lunatics trying to enslave the planet with their military and their debt economic system. Anthony Blinken was apparently chosen as Secretary of State because, along with being a Jewish Zionist, he’d given a bunch of speeches about the need for a new strategy to confront China in order to maintain US dominance. It turns out he does’t have any such strategy, but he’s adamant that there needs to be a new one, which is more than the other candidates for Secretary of State were able to offer, apparently.

    The US empire is finished. Zionists have destroyed it with their rule of it in last 100 years. All the little people of US empire will be fine when the empire crashes. A real Ode to Joy will ring out all over the west when it ends.

    • Replies: @Anon
  81. Weaver says:
    @Andreas

    US wealth redistribution and partly its security apparatus and other interventions are all based on protecting Americans from white people, but it’s whites/Jews who support and run the US. America’s elite seems to hope that nonChinese Asians and Latinos will form a new core. US identity is always United against something, be it communism, Islam, white people, or China.

  82. Rahan says:
    @Mackerel Sky

    Again with the Japanese accent FFS!

    Yes Chinks bloody well do speak like that. L and R blur to them, as do D and T and B and P. It’s because of the four-tone system (six-tone system in certain dialects). Just like foreign devils don’t understand the difference between four variations of “ta”, to the yellow godlike elves there’s no difference between baba and papa, unless it’s signaled with certain wails and screams.

    Maybe not to every single one of all billion and a half of them but to more than enough of them.

    Anglin is right, you Yanks don’t know shit about China.

    The spirits of my glorious Papua/Chukchi ancestors demand to be appeased with fire water and trinkets for this insult against my honored heritage.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
    , @Obsequious
  83. Rahan says:
    @Old and Grumpy

    Also can they innovate without western man?

    No one can innovate without western man.

    Once western man is fully kiked, the world goes back to a pre-18th century situation of a bunch of peer civilizational centers changing through incremental steps if at all. The zero-carbon thing will only help enforce the time-freeze.

    Today there is a push to turn this futuristic stagnation into a perpetual neofeudalist pharma-fascist rule of globohomo. They planned to cover the whole northern hemisphere, but apparently this isn’t quite working out.

    If certain US states manage to use this not quite working out to go full indie or crypto-indie and reclaim their civilization, maybe western man will be able to innovate again.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  84. Realist says:
    @Showmethereal

    Excellent points.

    Why do many Westerners think it is their business how China conducts its internal affairs?

    Why would China want to be anything like the current west?

    • Replies: @mike99588
  85. @TG

    Lowering the birthrate doesn’t strengthen the economy. That’s patently idiotic.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  86. Weaver says:
    @The_MasterWang

    It makes sense that the US backed side would be left wing. If they aren’t nationalists, then there’s little appeal to an independent Taiwan. The US currently tolerates nationalism in Eastern Europe at least.

    I had just assumed Taiwan was run by nationalists.

    • Replies: @The_MasterWang
  87. mike99588 says:
    @xyzxy

    No threatening stray dogs either. Unless Hep A counts.

  88. @xyzxy

    Can’t imagine Linh Dinh ever “sitting at a Starbucks in . . . a modernist city ” to chat up a local.

  89. @WorkingClass

    Born two years after you, but I try to pay close attention to the possibilities of the future for the sake of my descendents. Neither I nor they are vaxxing,, nor will we. We don’t live in the USA and so far so good on “mandates”.

  90. @Bankotsu

    Racism is healthy and good, not a “US internal problem”. You’re a westernized chink which makes you neither western nor chink. You’re a rootless non-entity in identity limbo with a head full of jew lies, the perfect bioweapon.

  91. Anon[228] • Disclaimer says: • Website
    @Robjil

    what are completely finished are whites thenselfs looking how you only are able to imagine a future that consist of being ruled either by jews or chinese .

    • Replies: @Weaver
  92. TKK says:
    @antibeast

    Most Chinese people have a blunt, indeed brutal, honesty that sensitive snowflake Cancel Culture America could not stomach.

    I will never forget being in Sanya (China) and seeing a large gang of well dressed American girls prance up and down a little area of beach shops and cafes, decked out in their finest.

    Several dour Chinese shop keepers (actual Chinese women don’t look like anime characters) saw the girls and shouted:

    WE HAVE BIG SIZE FOR YOU!!!!!

    The girls gasped, shouted, one cried and one….whipped out her iPhone to call her dad and sob that – “Chinese woman was being mean to her! ”

    The Chinese women did not mean any harm. They are simply aware of how some American teenagers are now the size of Sumo wrestlers.

    These two cultures are as different as hot and cold, night and day. It is not even lost in translation- it is not translatable.

    • Thanks: Realist
    • LOL: Metropole, vox4non
    • Replies: @antibeast
    , @Deep Thought
  93. Weaver says:
    @WorkingClass

    China might decide it wants Globohomo transhumanism but with Chinese characteristics. It still calls itself Marxist, which suggests it’s a European Enlightenment state. The grass is always greener.

    Unless I made some list, I doubt China would currently see me as a threat, but who knows what sort of society it develops into. All roads lead to Rome globohomo.

    I do really like that China has pulled so many out of poverty. It doesn’t seem to fully know where it wants to go.

  94. @Old and Grumpy

    … an important thought; one cannot but notice the Blue Banana is the zone
    of perpetual war – and current conventional wisdom is the Chinese are
    flagging somewhat in innovation because they never had to, what with having been
    united and essentially the same for 2300 years (it bears noting that 7 of the 10
    bloodiest wars in history took place in China but the Qin system persisted).
    One unkind historian compared China to a giant fat prickly hog in a waller –
    no matter what you do, all you get is a grunt and a slight adjustment
    of posture 😛
    Still, their breeding is eugenic – not only for smarts but also for
    agreeableness (which I think is going to matter more in the future),
    while the American system is creaking under the lack of anything to
    expand to and loot (and some 80% of its innovators are imported –
    which is over as soon as the \$\$\$ collapses).

    – That they behave like upskirted virgins when asked about the Tocharians
    is one thing; what should endear them is they are the only organized
    resistance to the (monophyletic) out-of-Africa hypothesis i.e. they
    believe in separate erectus lineages (personally I couldn´t care less whether
    my ancestors invented White flight – the obviously younger mutations for brain size an sheet are enough – but it seems to matter to some).

  95. TKK says:
    @mike99588

    It is bizarre, pathetic and delusional that these posters believe the CCP is a benevolent mild friend.

    That China would somehow care about working class America’s heritage, hopes or culture.

    This is the same CCP that funnels money and gives Twitter praise to BLM. That seeds Tik Tok with pro gay and anti white video for Americans to watch. But not their own populace.

    On a micro level, research America English Teachers who go to China and are consistently hoodwinked with their contracts and have to fight for every penny, perk or promise. Who are bullied and overworked, and leave China with a hard heart toward the Chinese.

    They are Eastern George Soros combined with a rapacious greed.

    What could possibly go wrong?

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  96. Truth says:

    “What about China, Then?”

    “So are we Doing this War with China, or what?”

    “Them Niggas been Wilin out like a Muhhfuggah out dis bitch!”

    “Dems Forced to Admit Conservatives are Right and that we Have to Have More Afghan Refugees.”

    Anglinstein, I can just imagine one of my elemenatary schoolteachers reading your Gen-X Column titles and rolling over in her grave.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  97. Angharad says:
    @anonymous

    The Chinese Government have given the Black Rock Inc Jews permission to do whatever they want. Period. The End. The Chinese are not “independent”. Not at all. They are simply in the beginning stages of Becoming Jew GloboHomo

    The “White Man’s” admiration for China is merely indicative of just how weak and ineffective White men now ARE.

    Personally – I regard the Chinese as soulless yellow insects, that eat DOGS – wonderful companion animals – and the world would be a better place if the Chinese didn’t EXIST.

  98. A futuristic China with a billion peasants one generation removed from rice paddies won’t be able to sustain it in the long run… it’ll crack up sooner than one thinks.

  99. @Maddaugh

    When in a state of impotent rage the Anglo isn’t any more dignified than a Jew in a similar situation. But at least Jews do their best to back up their threats with deeds.

    • Replies: @mike99588
  100. Weaver says:
    @Anon

    The first step is acknowledging Jews are in fact in power, not white Gentiles. Certain whites love imagining how the US is “ours,” patriotically support all such institutions.

    Whites pick cotton, but they aren’t the master. Things can only change when more whites see that. Unless and until such is acknowledged, the choice is only between one master or another. Whites pick cotton in the morning, and they pick cotton in the evening.

    Maddaugh wants you to know he can please his masters better than any foreign worker. He’s been promoted to a senior position, and nothing could be more honorable.

    • Replies: @Anon
  101. @Weaver

    Notice I said Nationalist with a capital N. They are not necessarily “right wing” in the sense you understand the term.

  102. antibeast says:
    @Weaver

    In the good ‘ole days when the ‘West’ was White, Christian and European, most Westerners did not care nor want to have anything to do with the heathen Orient, with the exception of a few intrepid souls such as Christian missionaries or Opium traders. Westerners didn’t try to change the heathen Orientals to become more like themselves because they knew those heathen Orientals are not White, Christian and European. After Westerners left Asia in the decades after WWII, Asia became Asian again.

    Now the Globo Homo wants to promote negro worship, homo rights, transgender children, gay marriage, radical feminism, etc. onto a rapidly modernizing and industrializing Asia which has been able to maintain its traditional Asian values centered on Asian families, traditions and religions. The old Westerners knew that they were White, Christian and European which made them different from Asians. That’s why they didn’t even attempt to promote their traditional Western values centered on their White families, European traditions and Christian religions.

    That’s what I don’t get with the Globo Homo crowd. For example, Islamic societies such as Brunei have their own Islamic values which prohibits homosexuality on pain of death by stoning. Now, if the ‘West’ tried to promote Globo Homo values such as homo rights or gay marriage in Brunei, I am pretty sure the Sultan of Brunei would order the arrest and prosecution of those involved. But in the old ‘West’, Westerners would never even attempt to promote their Western values on an Islamic society such as Brunei because they know that Bruneians are not White, Christian and European.

    This Brunei example is actually not hypothetical because a real-life case involving the Beverly Hills Hotel which happens to be owned by the Sultan of Brunei. The Globo Homo crowd in Beverly Hills ended up calling for a boycott of the Beverly Hills Hotel after the Sultan of Brunei passed a law outlawing homosexuality by imposing the death penalty.

    Here’s the news article on this case:

    https://deadline.com/2019/05/sultan-of-brunei-rescind-death-gays-backlash-boycott-hotels-george-clooney-1202607650/

    Those Globo Homo busybodies should well remember Mark Twain’s wise words:

    East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet.

  103. mike99588 says:
    @Realist

    Because China insists on conducting its internal affairs on other people’s property and trying to dispossess or otherwise ethnically cleanse them.

    Tibet, Turkmen, Mongols, 9 dash line, others EEZ fish, broken HK treaty, of late.
    Taiwan tomorrow; SE Asia and the Indian/Arctic/Pacific Oceans after that.

    • LOL: Realist
    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Deep Thought
  104. Can anyone actually living in China tell me exactly what the “social credit system” entails? Repeating “main stream media” does not make you an expert.

    Living in the West, have you considered there has always been a system that tracks your behaviour? Try getting a credit card, job, apartment lease, line of credit, a mortgage, car loan etc….you will always be asked your history/criminal record so a credit check can be made before anything can be approved.

    Now, why hasn’t anyone made a fuss out of this?

    Where is China’s SC:

  105. Truth says:
    @Bankotsu

    Bankotsu, Chinaman, I have a question for you:

    What would you do if Datuk Fang Shilong Jr. Rolled up on you Alpha-style, out of the blue, started ridiculing your Ingrich, and threatened to put hands on you?

    https://worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video-c.php?v=wshhekukvh5dLa1SN2dK#comments-arena

  106. antibeast says:
    @TKK

    China is possibly the least ‘racist’ of all East Asian countries. Not saying ‘racism’ does not exist in China but if you want to taste what ‘racism’ is like in East Asia, try Japan.

  107. @Angharad

    Thank you for your candid opinion and I assure you the feeling is mutual. I will do my part in your race’s extinction. No matter how small a contribution I may make.

    • Replies: @Maple Curtain
  108. Weaver says:
    @Truth

    I’m still angry at an English professor telling me a paragraph can’t have only one sentence. In my case, I think I used two sentences, but it worked in the paper, expressed an independent idea. And sometimes, including all of the necessary commas increases confusion, doesn’t always reduce it.

    It’s well to review grammar rules occasionally, but English is something one masters by breaking a few rules. Although, Anglin’s mastery reminds me of a modern artist’s “mastery” of his field.

    • Agree: Truth
    • Replies: @Badger Down
  109. Marcion says:
    @Old and Grumpy

    The Chinese can’t innovate, but innovation has been dying in the West for some time anyway, replaced by technologism— “developing” correct-stupid products: windmills, electric cars, largely detrimental pharmaceuticals, thousand dollar phones. The West imagines the need and the Chinese make that product at the best price. Look at 5G.

  110. “establishing a bipartisan independent committee to ensure there was no fraud.” Then he could have done a fake committee and released a report – probably half of the people who now believe the election was fake would have been convinced by that, or at least gone along with it as a way of comforting themselves. So why not do it? The only explanation is incompetence.” Totally true.
    I was under the impression that the West was under some super smart guidance but I think Anglin is right. It’s idiots that rule.
    I think they are going to fold and bolt and it’s up to us to stop and escort them to their designated lampposts.

  111. @Maddaugh

    Chinese men are pussies and the CCP recognizes this.

    Korea, Where is BEST equipped armies in the world were routed by the lightly armed “pussies”!

    But otherwise, UN forces had not just been defeated; they had been humiliated.

    https://asiatimes.com/2018/06/human-bullets-at-the-gates-of-hell/

    That and the fact they have small willies make Asian women want western men.

    The “small willies” of Asian men don’t go well with the BIG fannies of white women. The latter is most suitable for BURNING COAL!!! 😀

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Badger Down
  112. @Andy Horton

    Yes, they are vindictive but cowardly. They will fight to death only when cornered and that’s not going to happen. They will prefer to fight another day.

  113. @mike99588

    You nailed it regarding cooperation between the elite of China and Zog.
    The carno virus fraud has caused the elites around the world to show their true colors.
    The same goes for Iran. They are in bed together.

  114. Mefobills says:
    @Patrick McNally

    They actually did not say that. The people involved with the PNAC did have a record of urging Clinton to attack Iraq and were associated with the authorship of “A Clean Break” under Netanyahu’s supervision where they came up with the recommendation for Saddam Hussein’s overthrow. But “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” was not concerned with invasions of Mideast countries.

    Here is a .pdf copy location:

    http://www.visibility911.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/rebuildingamericasdefenses.pdf

    Clinton administration was deeply infested with Neo-Cons. Many NeoCons are chicken hawks who want to use the military for their own ends – that of protecting and enabling Israel.
    _____________

    The United States enjoys every prospect of leading this transformation. Indeed, it was the improvements in capabilities acquired during the American defense buildup of the 1980s that hinted at and then confirmed, during Operation Desert Storm, that a revolution in military affairs was at hand. At the same time, the process of military transformation will present opportunities for America’s adversaries to develop new capabilities that in turn will create new challenges for U.S. military preeminence.

    Moreover, the Pentagon, constrained by limited budgets and pressing current missions, has seen funding for experimentation and transformation crowded out in recent years.

    Spending on military research and development has been reduced dramatically over the past decade. Indeed, during the mid-1980’s, when the Defense policy goals and would trouble American allies.

    Further, the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor. Domestic politics and industrial policy will shape the pace and requirements of current missions.

    You are right, they don’t come out and say it directly. But, when put into context, they are saying “we have a big hammer thanks to Ronald Reagan, and we risk losing it absent some new Pearl Harbor. Now is the time to use our hammer. Hidden in the context, is that if we do start a Pearl Harbor false flag event, then we will no longer be constrained by limited budgets.

    • Replies: @Patrick McNally
  115. Goddard says:
    @Angharad

    Fuck, dude. Chill out.

    • Replies: @Truth
  116. @Anon

    Yup. The largest Universal Studios theme park in the world. Shanghai has more Starbucks than NYC (really)… The only nation besides the US with TWO Disney theme parks… But yeah the US media tells Americans China wants to destroy the US. Yet most are sheep and so they believe it.

  117. @TKK

    … American teenagers are now the size of Sumo wrestlers.

    Christ! You are even more brutal than the Chinese shop keepers!!! 😀

    • LOL: TKK
  118. Mefobills says:
    @Angharad

    The Chinese Government have given the Black Rock Inc Jews permission to do whatever they want. Period. The End. The Chinese are not “independent”. Not at all. They are simply in the beginning stages of Becoming Jew GloboHomo

    AntiBeast already answered this charge:

    https://www.unz.com/mhudson/soros-and-china-the-vocabulary-of-neoliberal-diplomacy-in-todays-new-cold-war/#comment-4908949

    Click on the link above to disabuse yourself of your false notions:

    Contrary to popular opinion in the West, China is actually liberalizing its capital markets by allowing foreign firms such as Sequoia, Black Rock and Goldman Sachs to ‘play’ the money game in the Chinese capital markets using RMB funds raised inside China, subject to the juridical authority of the Chinese government. The good ‘ole days of Chinese Internet/E-commerce startups raising USD funds outside China, then listing their offshore VIE shares by doing IPOs in US stock exchanges, subject to the juridical authority of the US government, is now over.

    • Replies: @anon
  119. @Lin

    Holy Prophet himself kept slaves…pls show me I’m wrong…)
    Mohammed keeping slaves is not true in the strictest sense. His injunction was that the slave was to be treated as a member of the family .

  120. Mefobills says:
    @Rahan

    No one can innovate without western man.

    Belt and Road will attach West Europe to the East. Russia is part of both the east and the west. The western part of Europe (Germany et al), will be the western appendage of the “world island” or Eurasia.

    Mackinder heartland theory of keeping the continent divided has failed.

    British Atlantacism is Jewish at root, especially when City of London took over after Bank of England inception in 1694. (Our Jewish friends invented Finance Capitalism while in Amsterdam, and then inserted it into England upon return.)

    Atlantacism, Finance Capitalism, Rim Theory, Mackinder’s Heartland, Mahan’s blue water strategy.

    Mahan’s blue water Navy is part of Atlantacism, where the Atlantic touches land rims, and can be controlled.

    The (((Merchant))) attached himself to Naval type Sea Faring countries after he lost his overland caravan routes. This happened after Vasco De Gama discovered Southern Route in 1494.

    The attachment in succession was to Greece, Portugal, Amsterdam, London. The parasite jumped to America fully by the late 1800’s.

    The parasite passed the foreign Atlantacist theory to America after WW2. America fought on the wrong side.

    The torch was passed, and America began to believe it was a very large island (like England but bigger) and not a land power, and it had to extend its money and law around the world to make world safe for Zion. Tikkun Olam

    None of what the (((merchant))) wants for America are in the founding documents. America was usurped and is now the Whore of Babylon, a golem for Jewry and finance capital.

    China will have its white man innovation as Europe will be connected.

    • Replies: @Rahan
  121. anon[205] • Disclaimer says:

    Pre-Trump, I would view this article with a lot of skepticism. I didn’t know then that my view was “neocon”, I thought it was just “con” as in “conservative”. But these days I view the conservatives with as much disdain as I do liberals, sometimes more. Both groups are equally stupid and easily misled. The same tribe has taken over both and are leading us to fight over trivial crap like race wars, class wars, gender wars, abortion, gun control, while they quietly take over all our banks, media, tech, education, legal system, political class, making sure no matter who gets elected to office, we end up with the same results – endless wars, endless immigration, which they continue to profit from.

    Trump’s sycophantic pandering to the tribe woke me up to their control over both the neolibs and the neocons and hence the entire country since they washed up here a century ago. Henry Ford tried to warn us way back in 1920, we didn’t listen, because we (Protestants) were stupid and trusting, and our elites were weak, greedy and corrupt.

    Overall I agree much with this article, especially the parts exposing Breitbart as a (((Ziocon))) mouthpiece, but I have serious doubts about China attacking Taiwan(or anybody). Why would they want to do that? China needs Taiwan for continued technology transfer. TSMC is now the largest chip maker in the world and takes in chip designs from the West, and Taiwanese businessmen invest heavily in the mainland. China is beefing up their military in the South China Sea not to attack anyone but to protect themselves against military aggression by the US which has bases all around them from S. Korea to Japan, Guam, Australia, and the venal ass-kissing Indians. As Mahathir of Malaysia famously said, “We were neighbors with China for two thousand years, they never once invaded us. Then came the white man(first Portuguese then English) and boom, we were colonized.”

    I also would not put it pass China to eventually capitulate to the JWO once Xi Jin Ping leaves office, or maybe even before. The Chinese are a practical minded race, everything revolves around money for those people, that is why there are so many corrupt CCP officials buying up properties in the West and sending their children to college here, on their meager salaries as public servants. The President of China makes only US\$26k a year, where does the average Chinese official gets the money to send his kid to an American college which now costs at least \$60k a year?

    (((The West))) is very good at selling ideas and ideals — freedom, democracy, capitalism and all that. Most people in the world are weak minded and not that idealistic. But all it takes is a small group of zealots to change a society. The squeakiest wheel gets the grease. In the short run the idealistic always wins over the practical minded, who would never fight for anything. In the long run the practical minded wins, because ideals are too impractical and doesn’t work in real life, but the world left behind by the idealists is in such shambles, they end up not winning much.

    • Replies: @ricpic
    , @Showmethereal
  122. Anglin wrote :

    ‘Mao Zedong was obsessed with increasing the birthrate, encouraging women to have like ten kids. He banned condoms.’

    That is interesting. That leads me to suspect that the standard narrative that Mao deliberately murdered tens of millions of persons is false. The only plausible reason for him to do such is genocidal intent. That is almost incompatible with his seeking an increased birth rate.

    I’m not a historical expert, but looking into alleged genocides, including not only the Holocaust but also the Holodomor, they generally seem to rest on dubious evidence. I agree with most of what Unz said in his article ‘Holocaust denial,’ and agree with his conclusion ‘I think it far more likely than not that the standard Holocaust narrative is at least substantially false, and quite possibly, almost entirely so.’ I have the same view of most of Stalin’s alleged atrocities and Mao’s alleged atrocities.

  123. Any country that rejects feminism can’t be all bad.

    • Replies: @Paul Bustion
  124. Truth says:
    @Goddard

    LOL. If I remember correctly, Angharad is a
    Broad.

  125. @Adept

    From today onward, I’m going to be a troll.
    I’m going to ask you’ll whatever happened to the Jeffery Epstein investigation?
    How is Julian Assange doing in prison?
    Is Madame Maxwell sentenced?
    And lastly, whatever happened to the trove of evidence from Jeffery Epstein’s residences’?
    Any pedophile sent to prison?
    Sorry to break the narrative, but some things shouldn’t be forgotten.

    • Thanks: Badger Down
  126. Blade says:

    Sounds like Andrew Anglin has a Chinese fetish.

  127. Rich says:
    @Deep Thought

    There was no “rout” in the Korean War. By either side. The North Koreans advanced well into the South, then were driven back close to the Chinese border, then the Chinese came in and a grueling, limited war, ended with both sides effectively back where they started. The Chinese lost enormous numbers of men, and although they did fight bravely and well, there is no way they could have continued to sustain losses that large. Had the US listened to MacArthur, China would have been nuked, and Asia won for the Americans. The fear that the Soviets would respond in support of their communist ally is probably the only thing that prevented Truman from doing that.

    • Replies: @showmethereal
  128. Rahan says:
    @Mefobills

    The (((Merchant))) attached himself to Naval type Sea Faring countries after he lost his overland caravan routes. This happened after Vasco De Gama discovered Southern Route in 1494.

    The attachment in succession was to Greece, Portugal, Amsterdam, London. The parasite jumped to America fully by the late 1800’s.

    Compelling picture, thanks!

  129. peterAUS says:

    @WingsofADove

    Event 201 in October 2019 had a very active participant: the head of the Chinese CDC, later the co-author of the first paper identifying Covid 19 as the culprit causing a dangerous ‘pandemic’. That’s a fact, go watch the videos of Event 201, they are publicly available on youtube.

    Yep. All TPTBs are on the same page on the “Clovid” thing. Keep own plebs under control.
    What they intend to do with that control on local levels is where we can see some differences.
    It’s like putting down peasant rebellions. All aristocracy came together to crush them. And then kept warring among themselves.

    @ The_MasterWang
    I hear you.
    The thing is, retired generals are still generals to step back in if/when needed. Especially if backed up by a serious superpower.
    Taiwan doesn’t need big and strong military. USA (and vassals) will provide that. Air force and especially Navy. Naval capability is crucial here.
    All Taiwan needs is enough of capability to contain an air assault effort.
    US Navy (and vassals) job is to prevent seaborne invasion and they can do it with ease.
    Bottom line: Beijing simply can’t deploy serious land force onto Taiwan.

    That’s for “war” thing.
    Taking over by other means is another matter.
    Which, again, brings back US support for independence, which CAN go both ways, depending how The Reset unfolds in the West.

  130. @InnerCynic

    Strict Muslim countries reject feminism. Strict religious Jews are often anti-feminist. It is absurd reasoning to conclude that because someone rejects a particular evil, he cannot be evil in different respects.

    • Replies: @InnerCynic
  131. ” East is East and West is West and never twain shall meet .”

    This quotation is from Rudyard Kipling’s “The Ballad of East and West” .

  132. babu says:
    @nsa

    Joe Biden has done more for Black people than any other president in US history except Lincoln.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
    , @Rabbitnexus
  133. SafeNow says:

    My anecdotal experience here in Orange County, California is that Chinese-Americans have NOT, contrary to the view of a commenter, lost their cultural traits. My view applies not only to those born in China, but also, their descendants. They are decent, industrious, conscientious, non-obese, and proficient. And sane. How could I almost forget sane? Troll me, cuck me, hate me, but they are good people who remind me of the America I grew up in a zillion years ago. In fact, before you troll me, consider that they share a whole lot in common with the readers of this website.

    • Agree: Badger Down
  134. anon[186] • Disclaimer says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    Not necessarily. Do you see China showing any interest in the Palestinian situation? Do they care about the oppression of Palestinians by the Israeli state? Not really. China might’ve vetoed some UN resolutions that Israeli wanted to get passed in the UN security council. They may have even condemned some Israeli actions (I can’t be sure about this – can anyone research this and confirm the extent to which China has done this? Any help would be appreciated), but mostly as a sidelong blow to the US and not directed towards Israel per se.

    I doubt the Chinese government is interested in getting involved in the mess that is Israel-Palestine. They certainly won’t stand up for Palestinians on the basis of human rights because (1) they are very pragmatic in their dealings with governments, rarely making human rights a precondition for diplomatic relations and economic cooperation with foreign governments (so the pragmatic course of action would most likely be cooperation with Israel, in this case the more powerful actor on the geopolitical scene), (2) raising human rights issues would only expose them to criticism focusing on their treatment of Uighurs. In fact, China could easily raise the issue of Israeli settlers dispossessing and abusing Palestinians to counter charges of genocide against Uighurs, but they don’t do so (choosing instead to bring up Black Lives Matter as proof of the US govt’s poor human rights record), probably because they recognize the political cost of criticizing Israeli.

    Personally, I think a reason for making an issue of the Uighurs is to neutralize any potential attempt by the Chinese to make an issue of Palestine. It’s like a sword of Damocles that the US (and Israeli lobby) uses to discourage China from taking up the issue of Palestinian rights. “Hey China, don’t you think about defending the Palestinians or bringing them up because if you do, we will scream and raise hell about your treatment of the Uighurs.”

    I don’t see China getting in the way of any global ambitions on the part of Israel. However, if Israel (or more broadly speaking, world Jewry) is so dead-set on being the top dog that they can’t stand the idea of a racially-homogenous and strong Gentile nation like China even existing, then yes, they most likely will cause trouble for China.

    Never underestimate the endemic racism of world Jewry (the same people who’ve written “Germany Must Perish,” who celebrate genocide of Gentiles as religious holidays, etc) – it’s certainly not beyond them to hate China for no reason other than the fact that Chinese are a strong, sovereign nation with the potential to outcompete, outshine, and outsmart Jews. There are certainly Jewish moderates who are willing to peacefully coexist with other nations, but it’s usually the most radical Jews that make history (i.e. Lenin, Trotsky, Marx, Herzl, Schneerson, etc.). The ones who believe in their divine right to be the “head and not the tail” (Deuteronomy 28), always the lender and never the borrower (also in Deuteronomy) are likely to overshadow and dominate and marginalize the moderates, just as Lenin and Trotsky marginalized Kerensky and Kautsky. History has shown that Jews are an extremely meddlesome people driven by an unflagging belief in their divine right to rule over all (if they are religious) or an unflagging belief in their genetic superiority, which logically necessitates their overlordship by natural law (if they are secular – hence the oft-heard refrain from secular Jews – “We’re just smarter than everyone. We rise to the top of everything.”) . They can’t stand the idea of not being in control.

    Honestly, I feel sorry for Jews. Why? Because they can’t make friends with the world’s people and therefore miss out on the potential for fulfilling relationships with the rich diversity of the world’s ethnic groups (be it Chinese, Arabs, Indians, etc.). People say nice things about Jews and avoid criticizing Jews out of fear or false guilt about the so-called Holocaust (which even breeds more resentment because it privileges Jewish life over Gentile life). Nobody actually likes Jews for who they are, which is sad. Their hubris isolates them from everyone and makes them a pariah. They literally invented kosher regulations just to prevent Jewish kids from sitting at the same table as Gentile kids. They can never make friends with anyone, perpetually believing in their eternal victimhood and thereby alienating everyone in a tragic self-fulfilling prophecy.

  135. @Paul Bustion

    I agree that it’s absurd. Just as absurd as assuming that people who post on a message board and those who respond know or don’t know what the hell they’re talking about

  136. Adûnâi says: • Website
    @antibeast

    > “Those Globo Homo busybodies should well remember Mark Twain’s wise words:”

    That’s 《The Ballad of East and West》 by Rudyard Kipling. (1889).
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ballad_of_East_and_West

    Oh, East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet,
    Till Earth and Sky stand presently at God’s great Judgment Seat;
    But there is neither East nor West, Border, nor Breed, nor Birth,
    When two strong men stand face to face, tho’ they come from the ends of the earth!

    I find it silly to cheer on the rise of China. Who’s to say it’s not set to conquer its own Lebensraum? The last not-cucked western Eurasians were trying to do just that (under the Hakenkreuz-Fahne). Unless Andrew is blackpilled like me. Then sure, bring on the fiery and bloody return of history to this planet – for with Christcuckoldry gone, the cumskin plague will be over as well. It’s like poetry. Or LotR. Destroy Jewry’s virtual green gold, and the American Mordor be swallowed by the abyss.

  137. Weaver says:
    @antibeast

    If Xi isn’t careful, East will be North will be South will be West. And they’ll meet a lot within “The Borg” (Star Trek reference).

    Regarding the good old days, there’s never a golden age. The world is always changing, and it’s common to imagine the past was better than it was or that the future will be irrationally better. My living standard currently is pleasant, but the “permanent things” that give life meaning are collapsing.

    Regarding the West’s view of China, it’s been common for a long time to admire Confucius, among Christians and “traditionalists.” Sun Zhu is read in US business schools, has been for many years. I’m one of the few who has found some admirable things about India’s Hinduism; Christians do not like Hinduism. But Confucius is a natural fit. I disagree with Chinese who say he was an atheist, however.

    The reason we’re driven to the East is partly because we’re called racist if utilizing only the West. So, we point to the East for useful ideas. Also, it was useful to bash libertarians at one time, and Chinese history was very useful for that, because it couldn’t be dismissed as “Marxist.” Cold War USA was a very brainwashed place. Political ideas here were, then, akin to a cult. My activism for years was primarily focused on trying to save the West by defeating the libertarian and Cold War cult.

    The West did try to change China, tried to change the world. Those missionaries were significant and changed many Asian countries, and Marxism is Western. China, at least nominally, is a European enlightenment state, because it is Marxist. I happen to dislike the Enlightenment.

    European colonialism gave Europeans, especially the English, a delusion that we were superior and the best ever. English became obsessed with the idea that we were superior to all humanity if allowed to compete in a fair market as individuals. We came to believe our own propaganda. Today, currently, Jews dominate, and they dream of their own superiority and greatness. Maybe, soon, Chinese will stomp around declaring they’re the best. It’s just a human desire to dream of being the best, a desire I’ve never shared in, a desire which seems to destroy those who partake in it.

    The West wants to create a moderate Islam. Notice: Christianity views sodomy as a sin, and yet we have gay weddings, gay priests, and so forth. How is that possible? The West dreams of changing Islam similarly. Marriage is for children. How can two men or two women produce a child? It makes no sense, but there it is.

    Keep in mind, it’s useful to me if China is not absorbed by the US empire. It’s useful to me that the maximum number of human identity groups are not absorbed. China perhaps takes a different view. China might want to preserve its identity while encouraging intermarriage outside its borders, to gain influence in foreign societies. For me, the battle is to preserve something, anything, from the US empire. It’s sad to lose all history, tradition, roots and ultimately meaning in the world, especially as transhumanism approaches. Bhutan is sometimes praised as being this last holdout of the past, even though that’s a bit silly.

    I agree with you that it is odd how focused the Unz Review is on China. I generally want the US out, want to protect trade from most trading partners, some exclusions for small, neighboring states. If Xi crowns himself as the new global Emperor Palpatine from Star Wars, I would not care. The US can defend itself from invasion, has nothing to fear from anyone. But while the US is involved, and it might always be involved, I cheer when it fails to destroy someone, because again, I don’t find it pleasing how the US wants to destroy all human heritage.

    I can reply on the rest later.

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    , @antibeast
  138. @Lin

    China shouldmboost the profile of Chinese instruments though.

  139. Lochearn says:

    I guess I read a lot but it’s rare to learn so much from one article. Brilliant stuff, a tour de force and so immensely readable. I feel indebted to you, Mr Anglin, but all I can do is to thank you.

  140. @peterAUS

    Who and where are all the Taiwanese that you claim will fight??? The population is so sissy-fied now by receiving western wokeism it not even funny. The same way the fake tough rioters in Hong Kong quickly shut up – so it would be with them. The only tough guys left on the island are KMT supporters who uphold the One China. They are now outnumbered by the wokeists but 1 of them is worth 5 to 10 of the wokies. They will not fight for the DPP.

    As to how the Mainlamd would land on the island. Well that is public knowledge. The PLA only runs drills monthly to show exactly what would happen. Well i mean submarines are around 24/7 but the surface ships would of course wait until most of the air and navalmdefenses are knocked out by rocket and missile launches from the mainland. Then the planes will go from both sides to swarm any leftover planes – but mainly to fend off the US. The navy has shown in having simultaneous drills in in the Yellow Sea – East and South China Seas and Straits it is ready to defend against the US and Japan and Australia 3 heads of the Quad and any British ship that is on rotation in the area.

    Now as to landing on the island – you should type into your browser either worlds fastest or most capable amphibious tank and see what comes up. Again the publicly disclosed and viewed drills show you exactly how they would land on the island.

    Then a cruise missile strike and commando raid on the DPP offices.

    Again – there are no secret plans. Literally everything i listed has been disclosed in public and there are videos of all the drills mentioned. The PLA is under no delusion and fully expects to fight 3 of the Quad over Taiwan in multiple theaters in the region.

    Lets hope it doesnt come to that. Unnecessary deaths are not worth it.

  141. @mike99588

    The original 11 dash line came from the KMT and with US help took the largest island in the South China Sea – called Taiping – using a US navy vessel. The CPC made it smaller (9) when it got into power. If you dont event know that basic fact – it is no surprise the rest of your comment goes down hill from there. The scary part is you might even believe what you wrote.

  142. Anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @Weaver

    recognizing the jewish power its meaningless if it doent came along with a sistematic study of our history , a solid conception of what we are as a people and what we are destined to be . Germans
    were able to stand against the entire world because not only did they analize the pernicious influence of jews but because their built a new founding myths for thenselfs , they knew who they were from were they came from and what they wanted to became , everytime nazis or hitler hinself named the jews for example there were ten times more references to the german people

    But In this web our etnocultural roots are intentionally omited and sustituted with a rootless and ultramaterialist ideology like race realism, if any reference to european history is mentioned is to acomodate history to race realism omiting any other historical and cultural landmark that dont fit with this worldview . Its evident that the real intention of this movement and other brotherly ideological cousins is not to expulse or combat the jew but make a peacefull transition of power between the anglos and jews that could acomodate us as second tier passangers in the vagon while guys like unz absolve us of our ” sins ” .

    Thats basically why germans fought to their very end and all of you are completely desmoralized and selling yourself to the chinese like a cheap prostitutes.

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    , @Weaver
  143. Realist says:
    @mike99588

    That’s rich coming from a U. S. citizen.

    • Agree: nokangaroos
    • Replies: @mike99588
  144. anonymous[269] • Disclaimer says:
    @Adept

    HOW Does CHINA deal with lgbt, Feminism, Gay issues, pornography, drugs, abortions, Multidiversity??? do they teach CRT, celebrate Afro Chinese Month,??? ethnic/Racial/Religious minorities??? child labor, BLMANTIFA????

    • Replies: @Zen
  145. harfang67 says:

    Wonderful! Buying land in the country-side….hey very interesting! Good for thought.

    Harfang

  146. ricpic says:
    @nsa

    What Chinee do ’bout brack plobrem?

    Me no joke, me selious.

  147. ricpic says:
    @anon

    I read somewhere that Taiwan is China’s LARGEST trading partner. Why, especially given the precariousness of the present Chinese economy, would Xi order an attack on his largest trading partner?

    • Replies: @Showmethereal
  148. anon[250] • Disclaimer says:

    As stated above, Stanley Huntington was worried about it from the beginning, while Henry Kissinger, along with various communist Jews, were very optimistic about China.

    I think you meant Samuel Huntington.

    I can’t help but think Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations have been somewhat misinterpreted by Andrew Anglin here. Huntington believed that the world was divided along 7 civilizational lines: Western, Eastern Orthodox, Latin American, African, Muslim, Hindu and Sino, with Japan possibly the 8th civilization separate from Sino. He did not include Russia as part of Western civilization but as leader of the Eastern Orthodox civilization. Given that the book was written in 1996, he had correctly predicted the brewing rivalry for supremacy in the Muslim world between the leader of the Sunnis(Saudi Arabia) and the leader of the Shiites(Iran). I think he included Israel as part of Western Civ.

    While Huntington predicted conflict along civilizational lines, he did not advocate for war between the civilizations as neocon morons like Kiron Skinner had used his book to claim, but rather, he believed that we should stick to being leader of the Western civilization and leave the other civilizations the heck alone to avoid conflict. He served as National Security Advisor to the Carter Administration and if memory serves me right, Carter was friendly to China.

    Huntington’s intention was made even clearer through his book Who Are We? published in 2004. In the book he argued that America is decidedly a Western, Protestant nation and therefore should not take in immigrants from Latin America, Asia, or Africa for they are different civilizations and would not assimilate well. He boldly proclaimed that a multicultural America would no longer be America, a proclamation that would make him a pariah today among both neolibs and neocons. I’ve always thought that was prescient and spot on. Kris Kobach studied under Huntington at Harvard and is one of the biggest opponents of Hispanic immigration.

  149. Weaver says:
    @Anon

    Ron Unz seems to publish any whose free speech is threatened. He doesn’t even agree with most posters here, finds the concerns we have about America’s future mistaken. Unz seems to genuinely publish interesting ideas and to work towards a pleasant US future. He’s a liberal in the sense of wanting to tolerate everyone, but I expect he’ll get annoyed with this site at some point. Someone once warned to be especially appreciative of a person who only helps due to kinship, not a personal attachment. And, in a similar spirit, I suspect we here should be especially careful that Unz doesn’t lose his temper.

    I disagree that it is meaningless.

    In the US, Jews criticise whites constantly, creating the perception that just replacing whites with anyone else would be a positive. In the post WWII and post Civil Rights environment, whites are on the defensive. Holocaust museums serve as a sort of church, and the government justifies expansion, affirmative action, and redistribution of wealth as needed to counter white racism. This society is founded on the myth that whites are evil; that is today’s founding myth. And this society is united against whites, a sort of nationalism of the mythically-oppressed-by-whites.

    It’s also confusing to cherish “our” heritage; because after the Cold War, many whites identify not as white but as classical liberals, and whites have become a melting pot of Europe. Also, whites currently identify with the US state and it’s institutions, not with their ethnicity. Minorities tend more to identify separately from the state. The state of course hopes to change support groups, change from white to minority. Bill Kristol, in reaction to Trump, declared that whites are too lazy and that he basically wants to import new Americans who will gladly sacrifice for his empire, then adding that such a comment probably lost him his career.

    Nevertheless, I certainly cherish my heritage, do what I can in that pursuit. What you say is valuable, but the rest is not meaningless, creates the potential for a movement. It’s like a machine with multiple cogs. Having an incomplete set might never amount to anything, but one day another cog might be found. Europeans have learned the ideal is to have their own nation state at least and to be ruled over by their own people, not by foreigners.

    I do fear blaming Jews excessively will cause whites to be blind to our own mistakes.

    Steve Sailer has written that whites can have more children in the suburbs. Richard Spencer writes about taking power from the elite by working within institutions. Spencer also seems to like the idea of being a sort of European lord siring many bastard children, something he tweets about but might not practice. RamzPaul wants a European ethnostate or states. Spencer wants a white empire that includes Russia. VDARE long assumed whites wouldn’t naturally miscegenate much, but now it seems only whites and blacks don’t mix much. Other pairs mix much more often. James Edwards of the Political Cesspool built his radio show in anticipation of a future white advocacy movement. Jared Taylor hopes to work with Jews, hopes to include Jews in a white identity movement.

    Opposing the US empire, bringing the focus back to the US, would help American whites. An economic crash might reduce immigration. Tying US businesses to the US state via deglobalisation and protectionist trade might also lead them to reduce immigration. All a person can do is try to improve the odds. There are many different aspects. I dunno how interested you are in hearing every aspect. Some say to run in elections. Others say to prep for a Mad Max scenario or to live like the Amish.

    I’m not praising the Chinese as a prostitute. I say what I mean. I do not like, for example, how China can’t understand secession. Anglin can do that, but I have not. There might be various explanations for why certain people praise China, but I don’t accept donations. I am no prostitute. Whites are probably weaker currently than you realize.

    I don’t think Hitler was “fighting the Jews” during WWII. Stalin fought against and used the Jews. Hitler seems to have fought the Slavs. Maybe they didn’t need to fight. I don’t know. I think Hitler made some mistakes, but maybe if we played things out differently the outcome would have been worse. I can’t say.

    The television and radio conquered whites significantly. The Internet has freed us somewhat. Many aspects to the current situation. The Germans probably fought hard as well because of how they knew they’d be treated if they lost. Millions were raped, killed, driven out, bombed. They pay reparations. German kids get teased for being “Nazi.” I’ve even met, indirectly, a Volga German-American antifa descended from a family driven out of Russia into the US. It’s essentially illegal to even discuss the war, and yet American whites cheer about how free the “West” is.

    • Thanks: nokangaroos
    • Replies: @Old Brown Fool
  150. Zorost says:

    “This would be a total tailspin, and America would look like the opening of that Dawn of the Dead remake.”

    As long as the soundtrack is by Johnny Cash, I wouldn’t mind.

  151. GeneralRipper [AKA "The Griffins"] says:
    @antibeast

    Actually most “Westerners” couldn’t give a fuck about China, other than ordering some General Tsao’s Chicken at the local Chinese carryout.

    You have it backwards my projecting little slant eyed friend.

    You play our music. You learn our language. You study in our universities. You copy our products. You mimic our style. You try to duplicate the great things we’ve already done etc…etc…

    Who’s your Daddy?

  152. Weaver says:
    @Anon

    I replied with a lengthy reply, but it was marked as spam. This is off topic I suppose. However, there are many cogs to a movement. And I think you’re mistaken about Unz.

  153. ricpic says:
    @Weaver

    “Regarding the good old days, there’s never a golden age.”

    Here are the names of three composers of music in the late eighteenth early nineteenth centuries:

    Louise Farrenc

    Louis Spohr

    Bertold Hummel.

    For their time period they were average. They were not the “greats.” And, to this day, they are underplayed and under-appreciated.

    Take some time, listen to the work of these middle-range composers of the late eighteenth early nineteenth centuries.

    Then get back to me on your contention that there was never a golden age.

    • Replies: @Badger Down
  154. “It’s a bit like if you are driving to work and look down and realize you forgot to put your pants on, and your underwear, and your dick and balls are hanging out. But instead of turning around and going home and getting your pants, you decide to just go ahead and show up at work with your dick out, because otherwise you’d be late to work. You rationalize that you can just hold your briefcase over your crotch, and no one will notice that you’ve got no pants on.”

    Crudely put, but a very apt description of how the US government and the western world in general is run these days.

  155. @Mackerel Sky

    Hot day in California. I bought a cold can of beer and started drinking it. “You can’t do that!” said my buddy. “What, drinking outdoors?” I asked. “No, you can’t have an open container in a vehicle.”
    But I’m just a passenger!
    Now we see hao USA envy our Freedoms!

  156. Effectively, the face-off between the Chinese system and the American system can be reduced to the question who must have power: politician or plutocrat. In America, plutocrats have seized the power and put themselves beyond the law and the hands of politicians, and they now control the politicians; in China, the top politician is still able to arrest the top plutocrat. In China, politician has won.

    But there is no guarantee that Chinese plutocrats will be forever subject to Chinese politicians; sooner than later, a plutocrat will try to free himself from the clutches of the politicians; the only way for a politician to prevent that would be the Caesar’s way: make yourself the emperor, which Xi had done. But again it does not guarantee that plutocrats can be forever kept under the politician’s thumb or away from the levers of power.

    Plutocrats were always hated, because they show their contempt for politicians and the people behind them openly. Romans did not try to avenge the death of Crassus; rather they made macabre stories about Persians pouring molten gold into his corpse’s mouth. Of course, plutocrats do not understand that; if they understood, they will pay some of their taxes and enjoy their lives with their money, instead of trying to capture power or buying politicians.

    Neither an American victory nor a Chinese victory is good news for you and me – the peasants about to be turned into serfs.

  157. @Weaver

    I can give you a hint: what is happening in the West now – a civil war among the ruling class, a larger number of foreigners intruding and settling, mixing of populations, and attempts to prevent that mixing, it all happened in India thousands of years ago, and it did not go well, neither for the people nor for the losing side ruling class, nor for the winning side ruling class. And the society is still suffering from the effects. What is happening in the West will affect it for centuries, if not millennia. There is no quick way to recover.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  158. Zorost says:
    @Ron Unz

    A prescient article, as I think Anglin’s will also turn out to be.

  159. @antibeast

    Twain?

    Not Twain …. some British verse & prose writer, now best remembered for his children literature. And he, unlike Twain, got the Nobel.

  160. https://www.163.com/dy/article/GLLNQO6B0536Q9ID.html?f=post1603_tab_news
    The article in the link(title translates in English is Sino-U.S. Relations: The collapse of U.S. Soft Power in China and its “Great Decoupling” ) was written by an influential Chinese online we-media political writer. I think the author accurately tells the feelings and thoughts of Chinese elites toward the West and how they are changed.

    Basically, Chinese elites whole heartedly embraced the West until Trump started the trade war and what happened afterwards: ban on Huawei, Hong Kong riots and western governments and media’s support of it, Trump and his administration’s unfair attacks on China and the chaotic presidential election, the pandemic, western media’s lies and attacks on China. All these events are eye opening and very educational to the naive Chinese elites. I joined my college alumni WeChat group in early 2017. At the beginning, I was shocked by my schoolmates’ ignorance about the West and western democracy, and how pro-West they are. Many of these schoolmates have been living in the US for decades. Four years of Trump presidency and this pandemic changed all of that.

  161. @GeneralRipper

    “You play our music. You learn our language. You study in our universities. You copy our products. You mimic our style. You try to duplicate the great things we’ve already done etc…etc…”

    …said the Romans to the Germans once upon a time.

    • Agree: vox4non
  162. @ChineseMom

    Any Chinese who EVER believed that Western racists would EVER allow China to peacefully rise, is either naive beyond belief, or a true believer in the Brother (and Sister) hood of Humanity. Western elites do NOT adhere to any such belief, and see non-Westerners and the proles within their own ‘societies’ as untermenschen insects.

    • Replies: @Poco
  163. @Commentator Mike

    The last time I was in Bangkok one of them spat into the swimming pool I was in.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
    , @Sisifo
  164. @Old Brown Fool

    There are NO centuries, let alone millennia, left for humanity. Can you not see the signs of total collapse, ecologically, economically, geo-politically and moral/spiritually all about you. It will be a mercy if thermonuclear war gets the business done quickly.

    • Agree: bombthe3gorgesdam
  165. @GeneralRipper

    Racist moron, displaying his chauvinistic pig ignorance while whistling past the graveyard.

    • LOL: GeneralRipper
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  166. anon[748] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mefobills

    You’re wrong. The quote did not answer the charge. Its analysis misses the main problem, which is that Blackrock, Goldman, and company are now allowed to hold a majority stake in joint ventures responsible for managing Chinese assets (a large portion of which consists of the cumulative savings of the Chinese people), which means China is handing control over to Jewish finance. Never in history has the CCP allowed foreigners to control the wealth of Chinese people like this. For the Tribe, though, China will kowtow like everyone else, just like they do by allowing Adelson’s casinos to keep operating. It’s like going back to the century of humiliation all over again. Very sad. This is most likely the culmination of the trade war and war-mongering against China, which was probably always about forcing China to liberalize its capital markets.

    China is actually liberalizing its capital markets by allowing foreign firms such as Sequoia, Black Rock and Goldman Sachs to ‘play’ the money game in the Chinese capital markets using RMB funds raised inside China, subject to the juridical authority of the Chinese government

    This is exactly the problem. They are liberalizing their capital markets in a big way – namely, allowing Jewish finance to have a controlling interest in wealth-management enterprises. You’re acting like this is a good thing for China – it’s not. That money can now easily be off-shored or put out of reach of the Chinese people or the CCP’s oversight. You’re indulging in wishful thinking in believing that the CCP is on top of everything. That remains to be seen. You’re never gonna use or control the Jews- they always end up controlling you. The Soros/Fink dispute was a nice good cop/bad cop psy-op to confuse people about this.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
    , @The_MasterWang
  167. mike99588 says:
    @The_MasterWang

    Some % of Anglos carry guns or at least know how to use them, and know how to make better tools.

    • Replies: @The_MasterWang
  168. Fred777 says:
    @GeneralRipper

    They’re not copying our determined march to self destruction, I’ll give them that.

    • LOL: Biff
  169. anon[118] • Disclaimer says:

    i am offended by “the n-word”. i am not offended by “nigger”.

  170. @Rich

    MacArthur wanted to nuke China because the US couldn’t take all the casualties. It was the US who couldn’t sustain their losses. But you can’t understand how much more poorly attired and equipped troops could fight the US and it’s many allies and be willing to fight to the death.

    • Replies: @Rich
  171. Mefobills says:
    @anon

    I can see your concern, because of how Jewry has operated throughout history:

    You’re wrong. The quote did not answer the charge. Its analysis misses the main problem, which is that Blackrock, Goldman, and company are now allowed to hold a majority stake in joint ventures responsible for managing Chinese assets (a large portion of which consists of the cumulative savings of the Chinese people), which means China is handing control over to Jewish finance. Never in history has the CCP allowed foreigners to control the wealth of Chinese people like this.

    Fascism arose so that it could control capital and corporations.

    The lines of Fascist Authoritarian control are the polity OVER corporations. China’s polity is authoritarian.

    You are worried that Jews will use their Wiley ways to infiltrate and take over. That pattern is consistent throughout history, I will grant you that.

    But, it took world war to wipe out the threat of Fascism and National Socialism, when the Western privateering Money power was threatened.

    http://www.renegadetribune.com/winston-churchill-germanys-unforgivable-crime/

    Germany’s most unforgivable crime before the Second World War was her attempt to extricate her economic power from the world’s trading system and to create her own exchange mechanism which would deny world finance its opportunity to profit.

    China is creating her own trading system (Belt and Road), and her exchange mechanisms are in the process of de-dollarizing.

    Look closely at the graphs antibeast posted, and notice the small fraction of dollar denominated assets. The data tells the story.

    China has STATE BANKS, and their Yuans are effectively sovereign currency. China steps in and slams heads to prevent Oligarchy from arising. The latest example is Jack Ma, where his Ant group got taken to the woodshed.

    Jews use ethnic networking, usury, and kritarchy to maneuver and take over the levers of power.

    They won’t be able to ethnic network on the Chinese. They won’t be able to gain control of the legal system in China. They won’t be able to melt down gold, or own banks, or maneuver in the stock market using “international credit.” International Jew bucks today are dollars, as the U.S. was turned into a Golem.

    China is allowing them (Jewish Capital such as Blackrock) to find Yuan credit in China’s stock market, effectively Fascism, where our (((Friends))) are held under control.

    In 1926 Mussolini nationalized the banks and put usurers and prostitutes in a special zone. The blackrock Jews are in their corner, in their special zone,

    I don’t see them breaking out, as they don’t have all the elements of control they need.

    The Jews in Iran are also held in control. It can happen, and is happening in China. The Chinese are proud nationalists, and have an authoritarian tradition.

    They won’t listen to Lolbertarian or Liberal ideas, or allow themselves to be screwed over with Guilt. Chinese don’t do guilt like white westerners. Jews won’t be able to shame the Chinese either, they will just get the “you must be crazy Jew” look from the Chinese.

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  172. @mike99588

    What they don’t know how to do is to stop losing.

  173. @anon

    Their ultimate leverage is their command over their White battle-thralls. Have you noticed their strong reaction when a retired French general hinted at the Tribe on live TV? That’s extremely alarming to them. A general having those nasty ideas. No amount of wealth nor any level of control over wealth can overcome the proverbial Gun.

    As long as the Chinese wealth under Jewish control doesn’t end up contributing the American military industrial complex the CCP can accept it as a price for leverage over the US political machine. That Chinese professor that Tucker Carlson coward mentioned on his show. Remember?

    (Carlson is a coward for not having the courage to show the rest of the clip.)

    I mean, Soros is condemning Wall Street. China managed to get the elites of the Tribe to disagree on an major issue. The White Man has never achieved this feat in his history.

    • Replies: @Anon
  174. @ChineseMom

    It has been my own experience that Chinese people were more open to the West than the people around me in the West are to the Chinese. That was in 2012 when I lived and traveled on my own in China for a few months. Many more Chinese can read English than the opposite. Chinese are really friendly and warm people. They are very curious about the West. So as ChineseMom says it is very hard to understand all the negative rhetorics going on in Western media against China. The Trump sanctions, the interference in China internal affairs are all very unfriendly.

    Obviously the unfriendly Western actions are basically the result of fear, and how fear can be appeased if Western people don’t learn more about China by going there? We have powerful media but but it’s not enough to review the news; one needs to live in a country to really understand it. The Chinese people we meet in the West are not representative of the Chinese living in China; they are already “westernized”. The new China is a new world to discover, not something one needs to be afraid of. The Chinese themselves are discovering their new nountry.

    The hope is that people take it on themselves to learn instead of leaving it to the media and the politicians to shape their minds.

    • Agree: Badger Down
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  175. denk says:

    Hungry for Change? With Sixty Million Americans Going Hungry, the United States Needs to Make Peace Not War

    [1]

    Tell that to the mugs !

    Mark Boyd says:

    Taiwan is a different story. We would be militarily obligated to protect the Taiwanese. If Taiwan fell none of our NATO allies would trust us. We would have no choice but to go all in if Taiwan was attacked

    [2]

    mike99588

    We should gang up to beat China senseless like what we did to Germany .

    BOmbthethreegorges

    thats our wet dream

    [1]
    https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2021/10/01/hungry-for-change-with-sixty-million-americans-going-hungry-us-needs-make-peace-not-war/

    [2]
    https://www.unz.com/aanglin/china-warns-taiwan-that-the-fate-of-the-fake-afghan-government-will-soon-come-to-their-fake-government/#comment-4852006

  176. Mefobills says:
    @babu

    Joe Biden has done more for Black people than any other president in US history except Lincoln.

    Lincoln was trying to send Blacks away. He especially investigated Panama as a place to send America’s negroes.

    https://prologue.blogs.archives.gov/2010/12/01/lincoln-to-slaves-go-somewhere-else/

    By early 1861, Lincoln ordered a secret trip to modern-day Panama to investigate the land of a Philadelphian named Ambrose Thompson. Thompson had volunteered his Chiriqui land as a refuge for freed slaves. The slaves would work in the abundant coal mines on his property, the coal would be sold to the Navy, and the profits would go to the freed slaves to further build up their new land.

    Four days before his death, speaking to Gen. Benjamin Butler, Lincoln still pressed on with deportation as the only peaceable solution to America’s race problem. “I can hardly believe that the South and North can live in peace, unless we can get rid of the negroes … I believe that it would be better to export them all to some fertile country…”

    The Civil War was an economic war. The South was re-attaching itself to the English Colonial System. Wall Street Jews were using their “capital” to move slaves from Africa to the South, and hence the south was in danger of filling up with negroes.

    The North was industrializing and had very few negroes. The American System of Economy, of Henry Carey and Clay was taken up by Lincoln. The American system is high tariffs to protect American Industry.

    The South did not want the Morrill Tariffs, and the North made the fatal mistake of not fully rebating the tariff profits.

    So, greed from the North, and fear of a Southern Plantation economy (with negroes) attached to England started the war.

    In order to fund the war, Lincoln had (Steward I think) figure out a plan, and that was to NOT BORROW THE NATIONS CREDIT, but instead create it. This was in the form of GREENBACKS, which are debt free money.

    My personal conviction is that Lincoln would have used the GREENBACK issuing power to send negroes away. The people that killed Lincoln had ties back to the Bank of England, and hence Jewry.

    Jews actually want to keep Blacks in America to serve as their agents of Chaos. The same New York Banks that Lincoln spurned, were responsible for much of the carpet-bagging usury post war. Also post war Negroes were inserted into positions of authority in Southern Lands, to then start a usurious debt cycle.

    Killing Lincoln was a tragedy, and not understanding Jewish finance capital is a tragedy. At first Lincoln was against the Greenbacks, but toward the end of the war, he saw how they were working and were beneficial.

    Biden has white guilt. He thinks that white people should be wiped out. Lincoln was a champion for the white race. There is no comparison.

  177. denk says:
    @Anon

    It looks very much like the Jews were in the process of handing Australia over to the Chinese. But something went wrong which led to Australia doing a deal with the US and UK for nuclear powered submarines

    According to my grapevine,
    Not long after that Mearsheimer lecture,

    You’re either with us or against us,” he continued. “And if you’re trading extensively with China, and you’re friendly with China, you’re undermining the United States in this security competition. You’re feeding the beast, from our perspective. And that is not going to make us happy. And when we are not happy you do not want to underestimate how nasty we can be. Just ask Fidel Castro

    [1]

    Morrison found the head of his pet horse in the freezer one fine Sunday morning,,

    [1]
    https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2020/10/21/america-has-no-allies-only-hostages/

  178. anon[748] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mefobills

    They won’t be able to ethnic network on the Chinese. They won’t be able to gain control of the legal system in China. They won’t be able to melt down gold, or own banks, or maneuver in the stock market using “international credit.” International Jew bucks today are dollars, as the U.S. was turned into a Golem.

    But they have the US and all its military might to threaten and intimidate China. Commenters here don’t seem to understand that they wouldn’t mind pushing the button on China, even if it meant destroying the US in the process, just as they burned the British Empire to the ground, or resorting to unholy alliances (as they did with the Soviet Union) and sacrificing the Russian people and all of Eastern Europe. The US will be destroyed, but the goal will be accomplished: China will have been neutralized, and Iran will have lost a major lifeline. They could even easily pivot to Russia, with Putin’s (((oligarchs))) very much integrated into the neoliberal system (Abramovitch and other (((oligarchs))) regularly hobnob with the Trumps, Bushes, and Clintons. You can google Abramovitch and Dasha hanging out with Ivanka and Jared in NY).

    Neocon thinktanks (like the Hudson Institute) may not be well-known among the American people, but they still hold sway over a big portion of the elites, where there is bipartisan support for pressuring China. They provide most of the anti-China talking points for the MSM, and their contributors are frequent guests on MSM outlets like Fox, CNN, etc. Goyish faces like Gordon Chang, Peter Navarro, and Michael Pillsbury (much like Cheney and Rumsfeld) run a nice cover for the Bill Kristols and Paul Wolfowitzes of the world (they haven’t gone away and are just as hawkish as ever and particularly hawkish towards China), providing much-needed plausible deniability. There are also plenty of Chinese dissident groups (possibly CIA-funded) like China Uncensored, Falun Gong, etc. that will help Americans indulge the delusion that the Chinese people are in need of saving.

    If China is as tough as you say, then that would put them in the same category as the Germans in the 1930s. It may very well come down to a war with China if they’re as ultranationalist as you say. If the US has the gall to arrest a high-ranking mandarin princess like Meng Wanzhou, there’s no telling what they can do.

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  179. Anon[211] • Disclaimer says:
    @The_MasterWang

    If you don’t think they can “ethnic network” their way into China’s elite, just google (((Robert Hotung))), a (((fellow Chinaman))) who worked with the Sassoons and Kadoories. And ignore this Master_Wangstein character, whom Ron Unz himself has exposed as a (((fellow Chinaman))).

  180. mike99588 says:
    @Realist

    Just because our Zog Empire is nova doesn’t mean a bigger and badder one is desirable.

    • Replies: @denk
  181. denk says:
    @mike99588

    We gang up to beat the Germans senseless , its the chicoms turn now

    You already did that, never heard of
    Eight Nations Alliance ?

    Here comes the Fourth Reich,
    The world should gang up and beat it senseless !!!
    https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/master_file/fourthreich.htm

  182. Mefobills says:
    @anon

    You are right to be worried, but I think your worry is misplaced.

    The Chinese, like Russia, had the entire cold war to think things through. In the case of Putin, he was installed by the intelligence services, especially Andropov’s group.

    Michael Hudson speaks to the Chinese through Peking University, and direct connections:

    https://www.unz.com/mhudson/soros-and-china-the-vocabulary-of-neoliberal-diplomacy-in-todays-new-cold-war/

    ________________________

    Right after the Asia Crisis, Bill Clinton’s administration admitted China to the World Trade Organization, giving U.S. investors and importers access to low-priced labor able to undersell U.S. industrial labor. That helped stop U.S. wage gains, while China used foreign investment as a means of upgrading its technology and labor to become economically self-reliant. It has not let its monetary system or social organization become financially dependent on “markets” functioning as vehicles for the U.S. control that Mr. Soros hoped would occur when he began investing in China.

    China recognized from the beginning that its insistence on maintaining control of its economy – steering it to promote overall prosperity, not to enrich a client oligarchy fronting for a foreign investor class – would create political opposition from U.S. Cold War ideologues. China therefore sought allies from Wall Street, offering profit-making opportunities for Goldman Sachs and other investors whose self-interest has indeed led them to oppose anti-China policies.
    __________________

    In other words, China has played the game much smarter than did Hitler and the National Socialists. China has used enough wage arbitrage and enough “profit making” for Goldman Sachs and other investors, to then influence Washington.

    The U.S. is finance capitalist, and speculative finance calls the shots, including funding its politician puppets. China is industrial capitalist, and their polity calls the shots; China uses sovereign-like money channeling into productivity sectors, including industry.

    As Anglin states, War is increasingly unlikely, as the Western Puppets and Oligarchs are incompetent, and China/Russia have weapons with no counter.

    In War Games, the west continually gets its ass handed to them. I’m American by the way, and also a NSDAP sympathizer.

    The founding of the U.S. was using bills of credit, effectively sovereign money. China, NSDAP Germany, and the Colonial Americans were all similar, and should be grouped together, with similar industrial capitalist economies.

    The Jews and Finance Capital have attacked Industrial Capital and Sovereignty at every turn.

    • Thanks: Nancy
  183. @RichardDuck

    The hope is that people take it on themselves to learn instead of leaving it to the media and the politicians to shape their minds.

    Don’t be so naive and idealistic. Most Americans won’t even go to Mexico to learn the truth and how many years have they been neighbors? Regardless of where you live, naivety will get you in trouble. ALL criminals target the naive and the US Government is lead by criminals.

    • Replies: @RichardDuck
  184. Anon[211] • Disclaimer says:
    @antibeast

    You’re so easy to troll dude. He got 200 words out of you. LOL

  185. Ilmarig says:

    NVO is planning to make us the slaves of the elite of the World Economy Forum. The nev patent WO2020060606 reveals the system of slavering us. The number of evil 666 from the Revelations is there, because the apostel Johann did not knew the number zero, it was not in the Roman calcutaling system! Bad forces are winning in West ??!\$€

  186. @Anon

    The White mind is so bizarre to me I can’t make much sense of it. This is a level of blaming Jews that I did not think possible.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
    , @Hacienda
  187. @Anon

    The Ho clan isn’t in any meaningful way Jewish. Mr Ho’s Jewish father poked and ran. In fact Mr Ho was closer to the Scots. His formal wife was a Scottish woman. She turned out to be infertile. So he took some Chinese concubines. Otherwise we would be looking at a strange wealthy White merchant clan with a Chinese name today.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  188. Miro23 says:
    @Decoy

    I don’t know anyone who would accept aggression against China, including any related to Taiwan. The unsuccessful 20 year war with the Taliban and even more so the humiliating exit has changed a lot of average Joe’s mind about both our responsibilities around the world as well as our militaries ability.

    Since when does the US elite consult the average Joe about anything? They do what’s best for them, and right now it’s to deal with China which is refusing to accept their hegemony, and is in fact threatening it.

    Since they can’t get their hooks into Chinese politics/ media/ finance/ culture/ education etc. or organize Regime Change, then they start a war in the South China Sea to shut down Chinese commerce and break their economy. The Chinese are forced to capitulate and accept the NWO. The RAND corporation estimates in “Thinking the Unthinkable” that the US has a window of opportunity for their attack until about 2030 and that it wouldn’t go nuclear due to the (current) overwhelming US advantage in strategic nuclear weapons.

  189. denk says:
    @mike99588

    How many time do I’ve to say it,

    With mugs like this, who needs the zog ? [whatever that means]

    • Replies: @denk
  190. dafhadtg says:
    @xyzxy

    (from mechanical translator)
    However, now in China, those black are breeding and do not want to leave. In the future, China will also suffer black violence and destruction. A few months ago, an extreme black green creature raped and beheaded a female student. The news was covered up and it was not punished

  191. denk says:
    @denk

    Poster should’ve the courtesy to consult the faq here first before mouthing nonsense , dont poison the pool, have some respect to our host.

    [FAQ]

    ITS THE MUGS STUPID !

  192. antibeast says:
    @Weaver

    That was a long reply but you’re just grasping at straws.

    My main point in my last post is simple: that prior to the rise of the Woke West which is now promoting ‘Globo Homo’ values to the non-Western World, the Christian West didn’t care about nor tried to change the heathen ‘Orient’. A good example of this phenomenon is HK which was the last Western colony in Asia, where the British never attempted to turn their Chinese subjects into English-speaking, Christian, ‘WOGs’. Instead, the HKers remained the way they were for millennia — Cantonese-speaking, Confucianist/Buddhist, heathen Orientals — which was exactly what the British expected them to be.

    Why should the British try to impose their WASP values onto heathen Orientals who were not White, Anglo-Saxon, Protestants? The British never did because WASP values are meant only for their own kind, not a bunch of heathen Orientals. To be sure, some of those HKers did become Christian, adopted WASP values and emigrated to the West.

    But those people ended up becoming ‘WOGs’ — Westernized Oriental Gentlemen — who are neither ‘Western’ nor “Oriental’. This phenomenon is prevalent amongst Asians living in the West because they’re socialized into the Globo Homo values of the Woke West which alienates them from their own Asian cultural heritage. But that’s not the case for Asians living in Asia who view those Globo Homo values as an alien imposition from the Woke West which subverts/degrades their own Asian values centered on their Asian families, traditions and religions. Unlike Africa or Latin America, Western colonialism/imperialism never changed Asians in Asia which has remained 100% Asian with their own Asian languages, Asian traditions, Asian religions, Asian cuisines, Asian architectures, Asian philosophies, Asian ideologies, etc. with the sole exception of the Philippines. But that’s also the reason why Filipinos are so confused about their cultural identity because they’re neither ‘Western’ nor ‘Asian’.

    Asian countries are now rapidly modernizing and industrializing their economies with their GDP per capita surpassing \$10K in the next few decades. That would see the rise of an Asian middle-class who want to consume Asian brands produced in Asian countries by Asian multinationals with Asian technologies. These Asians welcome the rise of a modern Asia and could not care less about the rise of Globo Homo in the Woke West. To them, the following dictum holds true to this day:

    East is East, West is West, and never the twain shall meet.

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  193. @Rahan

    Yes Chinks bloody well do speak like that. L and R blur to them,

    Wrong, in Mandarin there is a distinct difference between L and R.
    Sun is Re
    Cold is Le

    But in Japanese there is no L, only R.

    Again it shows you can’t tell the difference between a Chinese and Japanese. Yeah, but who could blame you. They are all yellow and slitty eyed, right?

    You really are not as clever as you think you are, you know.

    Constantly writing on UR only displays your stupidity to the rest of us.

    • Replies: @Rahan
    , @anon
  194. @ChineseMom

    For all Trumps faults, there is one thing great that he did for the world. He showed the world the true face of the USA.

    For this, and the fact that he will keep the PTB in the US from carrying out their plans, I hope that he will be re-elected soon. May he be President For Life!

  195. Bert33 says:

    China has 4x our population hence 4x our problems. They also made your pants. And, your computer. And probably your furniture, microwave, television, and your smartphone. China’s got it going on. China will also be the world’s next superpower. If they link up strategically politically economically and militarily with Russia and India, well, there ya go. They will run Asia and that will be the end of the discussion.

  196. Samoo says:
    @Anon

    So the best way to drink that is without a straw—just take a sip and you’ll get a layer of the cream and a layer of tea.

  197. @Andy Horton

    it is above them. This is not a Jewish thing. Those elite hiding behind it aren’t Jews, their common religion is Satanism. The connection between the people controlling things is through this the oldest religion on earth.

  198. @Alfa158

    They spend a lot of time writing white papers about a one world government for something in which they have no interest. Just plucking one example from the top of my head, Agenda 21. Look it up. Read a synopsis at least.

  199. @mike99588

    Thief calling “thief”. The whites at their BEST:

    [MORE]

    24 June 1995
    .
    The Editor
    South China Morning Post
    GPO Box 47
    Hong Kong

    .
    Sir,
    .
    I applaud your editorial of 22 June, in which you exposed the insidious manner in which the Japanese parliament and government had glossed over the crimes and genocides the Japanese Imperial Army had committed against the peoples of East Asia.
    .
    Your effort is to be commended and I hope you will extend it and apply it in an impartial and unbiased manner.
    .
    The crimes of Japan during World War II is but one of the crimes against humanity in recent history and it is not even the most serious.
    .
    Far more sinister are those committed by the whites against the non-whites, with the racial genocides carried out in America and Australia being the most systematic and thorough.
    .
    These are the most hideous crimes against humanity- surpassing, in scale and thoroughness, even Hitler’s organized pogrom of the Jews and the Slavs. But while the whites react with anger and indignation to the massacres of their own kind, they continue to glorify and celebrate their genocidal achievements when their victims are non-Europeans.
    .
    We all should now wake up to the fact that the regimes thus established are illegal, immoral and illegitimate. For the sake of justice and legality, these criminal regimes must be abolished. Only then can a just “New World Order” prevail.
    .
    The South China Morning Post, having so bravely exposed the lies and deceit of the Japanese, should now take up this new task with added courage and vigour, and thus set a moral journalistic standard for the rest of the “Free Press” to follow.
    .
    Sincerely
    .
    **Censored by “The Free Press”, Refused publication**

    • Replies: @mike99588
  200. @Commentator Mike

    I live in SE Asia and have been traveling in the region since 1967. In all of that time I have never seen Chinese littering, spitting, flinging cigarette butts around, and other uncultured anti-social behaviour.

    Is it just me?

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
    • Disagree: martin_2
  201. @Weaver

    Although, Anglin’s

    Now Weaver, was that comma necessary?
    My English teacher done tole me: “Done choo EVVA start a sentence with “But”.
    Updated for Americans: “Don’t start a sentence with “But,”.
    You KNOW it makes sense.

    • LOL: Weaver
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  202. Andreas says:
    @Weaver

    They want a new social organism that identifies only as human, without any traditions or history, no defining characteristics except what the mass culture creates.

    Taking all the indicators to their logical conclusion, that is indeed the vision of the “elites”. They want to transform humanity into the equivalent of a termite colony or bee hive, where individual consciousness has been reduced to the immediate needs and function of an insect, but where of course they envision themselves as supreme and unassailable “trans-human” kings and queens.

    But of course these elites are little more than human themselves. Show me one whose shit doesn’t actually stink. And so their vision is simply a self-indulgent, psychedelic vision of sheer ego and hubris. And it is ultimately guaranteed to fail. Just as with anyone who flies too close to the sun is brought down to earth and is inevitably humbled.

    Just drop some acid and see.

  203. @Deep Thought

    I recall being somewhat shocked on reading in a US detective story words to the effect of: “The company president patted his secretary’s fanny.” How forward! What bold and vulgar Americans! Later I learned that “fanny” is one of those words that divide the US and UK.

    • Replies: @Deep Thought
  204. @The_seventh_shape

    I used to live in a condominium where this middle class Chinese, non-mainlander, family used to spit in the corridors and lifts. They would also spit on the floors in restaurants right under “no spitting signs on the wall. They should just bring back spittoons and teach them how to use them. I suppose now that they have to wear masks in public they can’t spit at all.

  205. @Rahan

    Yes Chinks bloody well do speak like that. L and R blur to them, as do D and T and B and P. It’s because of the four-tone system (six-tone system in certain dialects). Just like foreign devils don’t understand the difference between four variations of “ta”, to the yellow godlike elves there’s no difference between baba and papa, unless it’s signaled with certain wails and screams.

    No. It’s obvious that you don’t know what you’re talking about and you’re just being a cunt.

    • Replies: @Rahan
  206. Rich says:
    @showmethereal

    Poorly attired troops? You’re either joking or are clueless. The Chinese army was a professional military organization that had fought the Japanese and then a fierce civil war with the Nationalists. These were battle hardened veterans who knew how to fight. Their main advantages was being close to home and having enormous human capital to expend, and they used these advantages. They could not, however, break through the 38th parallel once the US and its allies became firmly established. The US lost 33,000 men, the Chinese 400,000. The North Koreans were losing men at 2 to 2.5 times the South. How long do you think any army can sustain those kinds of losses?

  207. @anon

    To answer your question on why China wants Taiwan… The same reason it isnbuilding up defenses in the South China Sea. As part of establishing diplomatic relations in the 19i0’s the US agreed to remove all US troops from Taiwan. Of course the CIA didnt leave but the PRC was happy enough with that. It was alos at that time the two sides /PrC/ROC agreed to stop shelling each other on alternate days on Kinmen. This led to them both agreeing not to pass the median line of either side with any war ships or planes. The US gave the ROC (Taiwan) U2 spy planes – which the PRC shot down a couple over the Mainland (if i am not mistaken it was Russian anti aircraft systems being used) and so that stopped. Then in 1992 they both unofficially agreed upon “One China” which meant that they both could claim to be the rightful ruler of all China (basically meaning we wont fight – we will just see which system will prevail). There were ups and downs but then Xi and Ma – the leaders of the CPC and KMT met face to face in Singapore in the 2010’s. That had not happened in 70 years when Chiang and Mao met. Then the elections of 2016 happened and the new party renounced the One China policy – of course under direction of Washington… So the PRC feels betrayed. So now they PLA is indeed preparing for war. Xi is even personally embarassed after having gone personally to that meeting in Singapore. DC – Tokyo – Taipei are playing a dangerous game of tighrope. Claiming they dont support independence while doing everything contrary. The situation is very serious. The PRC will not allow foreign troops on Taiwan again. Which less be honest – that is what would happen. The PRC tolerates the ROC doing military exercises with Singapore because since the 70’s it was always Singapore trying to facilitate negotiations for reunification. 40 years later they were able to broker that face to face meeting. It is good Lee Kwan Yew was not alive to see the betrayal of the DPP by renouncing One China. His son doesnt have the bravery to say in public what the father used to which is – it was better for Taiwan to negotiate keeping as much power locally as possible than restart a war and lose everything. He told US leaders the same that the PRC would fight to the death to keep Taiwan from leaving so it didnt make sense for the charade. Again all the while Singapore was doing military training with Taiwan. But the PRC trusted Lee that much that they didnt protest to him. They just agreed that it would be done discreetly. There are a whole lot of things the western media doesnt report. This is a very complex situation but very serious. I was watching an intellinge squared debage about whther the US should intervene if the PRC takes Taiwan physically. The commments are scaring. Many Rambo types think it would be like Desert Storm. They are lunatics or completely ignorant. Others believe media lies that China willtry to take all of Asia and attack Hawaii too. First off that is completely false. Second Chinese missiles can reach the east coast of the US. I simcerely hope most of the US is not as ignorant. Nobody ahould want a war.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  208. @Rich

    The US lost 33,000 men, the Chinese 400,000. The North Koreans were losing men at 2 to 2.5 times the South. How long do you think any army can sustain those kinds of losses?

    Have you learned nothing from Afghanistan? Or Vietnam? Your enemies took that kind of losses and STILL won.

    If you think the Chinese would stop fighting after losing 400,000. Think again. They lost 20 million fighting the Japanese and still kept on fighting.
    The Soviets lost 27 million fighting the Axis and still kept on fighting.

    Everytime the US military retreats with its tail between its legs, keyboard cowboys start quoting kill ratios to make themselves feel more manly.

    The difference between the two sides is that the towelhead/gook/chink fights because he believes in his cause and is willing to die for it. The US grunt fights because he can’t find a job stateside that pays him higher than the minimum wage.

    There is certain part of your US elites that understand this. That is why Sullivan is now trying to deescalate the Taiwan crisis. He knows that a military that cannot defeat sandal wearing turbaned tribesmen will have much less chance against a peer foe that has spent the last 30 years preparing for war.

    • Disagree: Rich
    • Replies: @Mefobills
  209. @Badger Down

    Now you know where I learnt my English! 😀

  210. antibeast says:
    @Rich

    Mao sent the Chinese PVA for defensive purposes, i.e., to drive US troops out of North Korea which succeeded during the initial phase of the Korean War. The problem was Kim who was ill-prepared to defend North Korea, much less invade South Korea. Against the advice of Mao, Kim got Stalin to support his invasion of South Korea which turned into a rout as MacArthur not only drove North Korean troops out of South Korea but also pushed them all the way back to the Yalu River, which promoted Mao to intervene.

    By the way, there’s a myth that the Chinese PVA resorted to ‘human-wave’ tactics to drive US troops out of the North. What really happened was that the Chinese PVA infiltrated US frontlines by camping during the day, bivouac style, and then marching at night, and finally launching surprise attacks on US troops, pincer style, which destroyed their frontlines. The US military sustained most of its casualties during this period of the Korean War which forced the withdrawal of US troops from the North behind the 38th parallel.

    Had the Chinese stopped at the 38th parallel when they drove US troops from the North, that would have been the end of the Korean War. But Kim was adamant that they retake Seoul which turned into a bloodbath as the Chinese PVA couldn’t defend Seoul. The subsequent retreat to the 38th parallel then forced the Chinese PVA to do the fighting for the North Koreans who couldn’t defend the North from the US military which resorted to strategic bombing, thus disrupting Chinese supply-lines.

    The Chinese PVA sustained most of its casualties due to lack of supplies (food, clothing, ammo) which occurred right after withdrawing from Seoul back to the 38th parallel. THAT was the main problem hampering the Chinese PVA which had to sustain high casualties defending the frontlines. The stalemate lasted for two years until an armistice was signed in 1953. Kim’s ill-advised ego-trip is what led to the debacle, not the performance of the Chinese PVA which performed well under the dire circumstances.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Godfree Roberts
  211. Rahan says:
    @Obsequious

    you don’t know what you’re talking about and you’re just being a cunt.

  212. @Showmethereal

    I agree with everything you have written, but with one comment.

    Singapore’s military presence in Taiwan is not primarily to have exercises with the Taiwan military. It is two fold.

    Firstly because Singapore is too small to conduct realistic training. A 155 artillery shell fired from one end of Singapore island can hit the other end. Therefore for realistic training exercises one needs a larger piece of land. That is why the Singapore military establishes training facilities in countries like Taiwan, Thailand, Brunei, Australia etc for realistic training.

    Secondly it is to keep a portion of military equipment away from Singapore. As Singapore is so small and surrounded by ethnically/religiously different populations it is very vulnerable to having much of its equipment destroyed in a surprise attack. That is why a significant amount of hardware is kept in friendly countries for replenishment if needed.

    • Replies: @Showmethereal
  213. Rahan says:
    @littlereddot

    Wrong, in Mandarin there is a distinct difference between L and R.
    Sun is Re
    Cold is Le

    In their own language yes, separate. In other languages–frequently enough mixed up. Not only in English. In most European languages. Especially when not born and raised there.

    Humorous prejudice arises from:
    a) basic pattern recognition,
    or
    b) spontaneous delusion based on nothing but hatred of the color of the skin.

    Globohomo always answers b).

    Hey, if the tranny wig fits–wear it.

    Might open all sorts of doors.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  214. @Rahan

    You are proven wrong, and you keep yapping.

    Have some style and concede like a man.

    • Replies: @Rahan
  215. PJ London says:
    @Alfa158

    “Our race is the Master Race.
    We are divine gods on this planet.
    We are as different from the inferior races as they are from insects.
    In fact, compared to our race, other races are beasts and animals, cattle at best.
    Other races are considered as human excrement.
    Our destiny is to rule over the inferior races.
    Our earthly kingdom will be ruled by our leader with a rod of iron.
    The masses will lick our feet and serve us as our slaves.”
    – Israeli prime Minister Menachem Begin in a speech to the Knesset [Israeli Parliament] quoted by Amnon Kapeliouk, “Begin and the Beasts,” New Statesman, June 25, 1982

    “What will the social order of the future be like? Comrade, I will tell you. There will be a class of overlords, after them the rank and file of the party members in hierarchical order, and then the great mass of anonymous followers, servants and workers in perpetuity, and beneath them again all the conquered foreign races, the modern slaves. And over and above all these will reign a new and exalted nobility of whom I cannot speak. But of all these plans the militant members will know nothing. The new man is living amongst us now! He is here. Isn’t that enough for you? I will tell you a secret. I have seen the new man. He is intrepid and cruel. I was afraid of him”
    Adolf Hitler

    • Thanks: Almost Missouri
  216. @Rich

    Huh? The PLA was no well oiled fighting machine. Give me a break. It consisted of rag tag volunteers of millions of poor peasants. Strung together with many KMT soldiers who defected. They defected because they were fed up. The KMT was good at killing communists but ineffective fighting Japan. That is why the people lost faith in them. All the previous training by the Japanese and Germans and even the Soviets couldnt give them unity. Neither could the US weapons and money they received. The PLA was hardened from battles yes – ut they were NOT aome well oiled and well equipped fighting machine. I mean they had old Japanese weapons that were confiscated and old American weapons from KMT defectors with some newer Soviet stuff. That is a jumbled mess. The one thing the Chinese were in the Korean War was united. That was the difference. Same reason the US lost in Vietnam.

    As to who could absorb the most casualties – is that a serious question??? Dont you watch US films. In hat Spielberg film Empire of the Sun… The Chinese business man said to the foreigners about the Jaoanese invasion something to the effect of “we have 500 million people – we will always be here”. When you include civilians 20 MILLION Chinese died in the Japanese invasion and China didnt surrender. Look at the 18th centruy. India and the rest of mainland Asia folded. Though China lost to the Brits it refused to be completely colonized. It only gave up some ports (which Hong Kong was one). You seriously believe the US and alllies would give up that much??? Give me a break. Continental Europe folded to the Germans with only Russia really refusing. Yes it is more complex than that but overall that is what happened. Bottom line Americans are obsessed with kill count and dont understand that is not what wins a war. You win a war when you achieve your objectives. I heard an American scholar note the other day that the only winner in the US invasion of Iraq is IRAN. but the kill count people wont even understand why he is correct (and if they only watch western media they wont know it was the Iran affiliated militias that subdued ISIS in Iraq. North Korea lost because they intended to take the South but were driven out. The US and allies joined in and attempted to retake the entire peninsula but lost that objective. China won because it achieved the goal of pushing the US and allies back down to the 38th parallel. The idea that China was behind the North Korean attack is plaon stupid. In fact China was very annoyed. China was fully focused on pursuing the KMT on to Taiwan. The Korean War completely upended that objective.

    • Thanks: RichardDuck
    • LOL: Rich
  217. @littlereddot

    Oh yes I am aware… i just didnt want to stray too far. But thanks for clarifying for other readers.

  218. Mefobills says:
    @The_MasterWang

    The White mind is so bizarre to me I can’t make much sense of it. This is a level of blaming Jews that I did not think possible.

    Whites and North East Asians evolved along similar pathways, especially during the fourth ice ages.

    Whites evolved for guilt, and East Asians evolved for shame.

    East Asians don’t want to shame their ancestors or lose face. Whites are easy to hang guilt on, and their women have pathological altruism. For example, it is not at all unusual to see white women shilling for bringing in millions of black or brown immigrants, because their misplaced altruism expands beyond race.

    The Jews do not have guilt. Say it to yourself twice to put it into memory.

    Jews are taught since birth to have victim status. As perpetual victims, they want to impose guilt on whitey. Whitey in turn is susceptible to being guilted.

    So, to the east asian mind, this sort of dynamic is impossible to understand. The East Asian mind does not work on guilt, and hence it is not normal behavior for a China-man, or other East Asian types to be hoaxed or guilted by Jews.

    A lot of whites are projecting onto China what they themselves have been victims of, and assuming that East Asians have similar evolution.

    The first hoax that whitey has accepted is that “all people are the same.” Whitey was guilted into accepting this lie, especially because of the negro problem. And yes, Jews are behind much of the false narrative (owning the press and propaganda organs), to then guilt whitey.

    The level of blaming Jews is possible once you start to think in terms of evolutionary pressure. The Jew evolved to take usury and to exploit white guilt. This was over 2000 years of evolutionary pressure that is unique to this tribe. Chinese and other North East Asians are more immune to Jewish predations than most “guilted” whites think.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  219. Hacienda says:
    @The_MasterWang

    The White mind is so bizarre to me I can’t make much sense of it. This is a level of blaming Jews that I did not think possible.

    I think I can help you here. And it doesn’t take a PhD in history. Just growing up with whitey.

    You see, it started with X-tians. Look at the art work of the crucificion. Just look at the movie made by Mel Gibson about the bleeding Jesus. The Jew will bear any burden, LOL. Even some otherwise sane Jews will fall for this imagery, this meme, this blood sacrifice, so powerful it is.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  220. Mefobills says:
    @littlereddot

    The difference between the two sides is that the towelhead/gook/chink fights because he believes in his cause and is willing to die for it. The US grunt fights because he can’t find a job stateside that pays him higher than the minimum wage.

    The difference is because one side was fighting for hearth and kin. For example, During WW2 Stalin morphed “International Communism” into National Communism.

    National Communism was hearth and Kin. The Slav’s were fighting for their homeland in the great Patriotic War.

    Americans were expeditionary, fighting for Globo Homo Atlantacists. They were making the world safe for their finance capitalists and owned interests abroad. Fascist National Socialist Germany was even making sure that American Interests in Germany were being paid – they were able to take profit, just as in today’s China.

    Globo Homo wants to own the world, it is psychopathy. But, it is up against hearth and kin.

    By deracinating the world with mass immigration, hearth and kin is destroyed. Whitey is demonized to then allow his ancestral lands be taken over by other tribes, and then infighting ensues. This infighting then allows the lands to be bought up cheap by borrowing “international credit.”

    The international credit is a Jewish construct, especially as the Haibaru Caravaneers took usury on the exchange rate between gold and silver across the Bosporus straits.

    It is absolutely OK to blame Jews for much of the hoaxing that whitey feels guilty about. Monetary history confirms that todays false narrative is false.

    If the united states were invaded, then hearth and kin would come to the fore. Mexicans who have lived in the Southwest for at least two generations would find common cause with the few whites that remain. Maybe even some blacks would join in to fight for their common lands.

    So, globo homo actually has to fight an uphill battle to then try and own the world.

    The first order of business for any nationalist county, is to not allow finance capitalism. Any country can issue their own sovereign credit, and thus keep out the “International.”

    China showed the world how it can be done, and before them was the Japanese experience, where Japan used credit guidance windows.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  221. @Godfree Roberts

    In my experience it is a minority, a very small minority, but annoying, and it gives the rest a bad name. Just one patron in a restaurant spitting on the floor is enough to put you off and you forget to notice that the others are all behaving reasonably, and it would be even more reasonable if they flung that one out of the restaurant, or at least told him to stop spitting.

  222. @TG

    I remember a few years ago , I was a subscriber to Rebel News. They asked if any of us had suggestions for “ guest journalists “. I suggested Andrew Anglin…..
    I’m sure Ezra Levant was having a stroke.

  223. Mefobills says:
    @Hacienda

    You see, it started with X-tians. Look at the art work of the crucificion. Just look at the movie made by Mel Gibson about the bleeding Jesus. The Jew will bear any burden, LOL. Even some otherwise sane Jews will fall for this imagery, this meme, this blood sacrifice, so powerful it is.

    It didn’t start with the Christians. There is a lot of brainwashing going on in today’s clown world.

    Christianity was a response to the Pharisee class trying to establish themselves as perpetual creditors.

    Hillel’s Prozbul clause especially was to enshrine creditor rights over debtors into perpetuity. In other words, the Jewish creditor class was attempting a takeover on the Jewish debtor class.

    Christ began his mission on the Jubliee year, to then re-establish the balancing of civilization.

    Globo-Homo, which is a Creditor Religion, could not exist if Christianity had not been perverted beyond its original meaning.

    For example, when Jesus said “Sin” he did not mean sexual sin, he meant debt, especially the parasitic debts the Jewish creditors were trying to hang on the population.

    Hudson’ book, “And forgive them their debts,” explains the cognates of the word “sin” are actually debt, and if you look closely, you can see how Christianity was inverted over time.

    The real answer is to re-establish Christianity by getting rid of the false religion Judeo-Christianity.

    What Judeo-Christians worship is not the Christianity of Jesus. The same goes for many Jews, as they worship their creditors and Mammon, while taking usury on the Goyim (animals).

    https://michael-hudson.com/2018/08/and-forgive-them-their-debts/

    This is a very important book; revolutionary actually.

    Whitey has nothing to feel guilty about, it is an implanted memory. If you are a Christian, and you read this, then you are now convicted to learn more, and disabuse yourself of implanted ignorance.

  224. Rahan says:
    @littlereddot

    You are proven wrong, and you keep yapping.

    Have some style and concede like a man.

    Goosebumps race across my skin as I stop yapping and shower you with manly respect.

    So stylish.

    So manly.

    Conceding never felt better.

    We should do this more often.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  225. @Mefobills

    Maybe its because I am a northeast Asian sort, that’s why I don’t really understand this white guilt stuff.

    But isn’t the guilt stuff really an American whitey thing? If you look at the whites in Europe, the amount of guilt they have is directly related to how culturally close they are to the Yanks.

    The Brits are now basically poodles of the Yanks so we can see them aping US attitudes. But I have to admit I was surprised at how readily they took to Black Lives Matter. I once thought they were a cultured nation and proud of their heritage. But to see them swallow Yank attitudes wholesale like that really made me lose a whole lot of respect for them.

    But as you go eastwards across the continent, the appetite for such guilt BS is gets much less. I imagine by the time it reaches Hungary it is almost non existent.

    Anyways from where I am standing, it seems Yankee Whitey Guilt isn’t really a systemic phenomenon. It is a weapon used by disparate parties whenever it is convenient. If it was real, then the US would start repairing alot of its excesses, starting with say,….. giving the illegally annexed Kingdom of Hawaii its independence back?

  226. China maintaining a traditional patriarchal culture and establishing itself as a merchant empire would seem to be at odds. We’ll see if they succumb to the money (again) like the West has.

  227. @dogbumbreath

    The young Chinese are enthusiastic and full of positive energy. They still have to learn meditation and see, accept and live in the world as it is. As you say the real world is full of traps. Naiveté of the young Chinese is an offer of goodwill. Once the offer has been refused, a tougher but still open attitude will likely follow.

    I see it as if the Western elites have to go through the mourning of their supremacist position and accept a more normal role in international relations. This mourning process roughly includes the following steps: the shock, the anger, the magical reasoning, the depression and the acceptation. We are still at the “anger” step.

  228. Hacienda says:
    @Mefobills

    Were the Jews the creditors in the Roman empire? Sincere question. I don’t know.

    Even if they were, placing credit/debt at the center of anti-semitic cause is eccentric, to say the least.

  229. Hacienda says:
    @Mefobills

    Were the Jews the creditors in the Roman empire? Sincere question. I don’t know. I saw Spartacus, but don’t infer much from it.

    Even if they were, placing credit/debt at the center of anti-semitic cause is eccentric, to say the least.
    If so, the Jews aren’t terribly clever, are they. They would have exited such a nasty business, long ago.

    • Replies: @Chris Moore
  230. mike99588 says:
    @Deep Thought

    Another Critical Race Theorist is born, mangling NAm and Oz history on low IQ natives. In NAm maybe 90% were gone by the time settlers arrived in the 1600s and 1700s, no immunity and other problems disappeared many of them first.

    Maybe some CCP 50 center stirring shit.

    • Replies: @Deep Thought
    , @denk
  231. Nancy says:
    @Adept

    And for the rest of the story … perhaps
    https://odysee.com/@lancewdetrick:b/IA—China,-Wall-Street-and-the-New-Global-Economy-with-James-Corbett—Whitney-Webb---Unlimited-Hangout:f
    I’m warming to China after Anglin, also, BUT… how to square with this info…. ? Anyone ?

  232. mike99588 says:
    @Godfree Roberts

    Shooting snot shots is what grosses me out.

  233. Weaver says:
    @The_MasterWang

    If China opens its borders to Africa, do we still call it China, or AfroAsia? It sounds like soon you’ll have open borders if foreigners are taking over.

    • Replies: @The_MasterWang
  234. mike99588 says:
    @littlereddot

    Whitey guilt is a product of 100 – 150 years of progressive/Marxist etc indoctrination.

    First the post civil war guilt trip of progs, then in the 20th century – Z media inroads since 1900, progressive reformers, and subversive educrats expanding, boiling the water slowly. Now open attacks since Obama, and CCP has added its hooks for 30+ yrs.

  235. @Badger Down

    Whatever you think anyone may have meant, it’s a bad idea to falsify a quote. The specific quote from “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” does not say anything about invading Mideast countries. You’re welcome to point to “A Clean Break” as a document which does talk about overturning Saddam and had many of the same authors. But misstate what a particular paper argued for.

  236. Rich says:
    @antibeast

    You have an interesting opinion about Chinese “human wave” attacks, but the men who were actually there, on the ground, and many military historians, disagree with your opinion. “Human wave” attacks are a legitimate military tactic used by many armies with numerical superiority. It’s not a knock on the Chinese generals that they tried to overwhelm inferior numbered troops. I agree, that there were occasions where Chinese soldiers infiltrated American and allied lines.

    Had the US stopped at the 38th parallel after chasing the Communists out of the South, the same stalemate that’s persisted for almost 70 years would have resulted.

  237. @Mefobills

    For example, During WW2 Stalin morphed “International Communism” into National Communism.

    Yes, but I doubt that even the international communists advocated spreading communism by means of revolutionary foreign wars. Even during the pre-Stalin internationalist phase, the revolutionary war was basically a civil war over the territory of the Russian Empire. At the most the international communists supported revolutions in other countries but didn’t engage in aggressive war for ideological purposes; the Nazis seemed more inclined to do that. But even Stalin, when he got the grip on Eastern Europe following victory in WWII, did not allow the people themselves to decide on the kind of system they wanted but imposed communism with the help of the local communists, so in a way he was achieving what the international communists would have wanted and through war, or at least as a consequence of war.

  238. @Mefobills

    Their focus here is in this paper is on the way that Star Wars projects which prospered under Reagan had been cut back. This paper does not discuss interventions in the Mideast but is about developing military technology on an advanced level. “A Clean Break” does have a lot of the same names associated with it and that paper was urging an overthrow of Saddam. But the comment about Pearl Harbor in “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” is about something else.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  239. Ron Unz says:
    @Rich

    You have an interesting opinion about Chinese “human wave” attacks, but the men who were actually there, on the ground, and many military historians, disagree with your opinion.

    Actually, I think that “antibeast” is entirely correct in his description of the military tactics that the Chinese forces used early on to inflict such a severe defeat upon the American army in Korea. Here’s a paragraph from one of my recent articles:

    One crucial point they properly emphasize is the terrible scale of the American defeat at the hands of the intervening Chinese ground forces during late 1950. They quote from Disaster in Korea, the definitive military account of that conflict by Lt. Col. Roy E. Appleman, who characterizes the situation in extreme terms: “…a series of disasters unequaled in our country’s history…a massive retreat, without parallel in U.S. military history.”

    https://www.unz.com/runz/american-pravda-waging-biological-warfare/#p_1_29

    In preparing the article, I read the relevant sections of Col. Appleman’s highly authoritative account, and it seemed very similar to what “antibeast” was saying.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @GomezAdddams
  240. anon[341] • Disclaimer says:
    @Maximo

    So, Andrew, given what you know about Chinese culture, what do you think the chances are of West Coast states/cities becoming dominated politically by East Asians on a law and order platform with assistance from China? Not now, but maybe by mid century, when they have the numerical courage and the Empire is in deep decline?

    I would say the chances are very low. East Asians have been a large group in the West coast for almost two centuries. They have never been a force politically, because they are a practical minded people who mostly just want a comfortable middle class, professional life and shy away from politics. It is the same story in Southeast Asia, in countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, where they have been an economically successful minority but with virtually no political power for over two centuries. They are very much like the practical minded, industrious and understated Germans in the West. Politics in the West tend to be dominated by a more shameless, loquacious class like Jews, Irish, and increasingly, East Indians.

    The only places where East Asians run for office are places where they are the clear majority, like China, HK, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Korea. Outside of those places, they are the silent minority. Given how their few representatives behave in Congress – Ted Lieu, Mazie Hirono, Tammy Duckworth, I would say that’s not a bad thing. It seems only the losers and idiots among them run for office.

    Indians OTOH, are a whole different story, esp. Indian women. Loquacious, thin skin and clannish, they are the new Jews. Even the ones who speak with the thickest accent will shamelessly run for office, raise a racket about every perceived slight as hate crime, sue the city etc. The PNW is running amok with Indian women seeking office, every single last one of them is a crazy left wing progressive, and crooked as hell, already taking large money from developers to destroy cities etc. The only conservative Indian I know is Nikki Haley and she is a class A moron Zionist stooge. America is committing suicide by importing these people by the millions. They will turn us into another sewer pit of humanity like India in no time.

  241. Poco says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    Not waycists. Oh no!

    Yeah, the Chinese are absolutely sure all races are the same. Or, even more, probably that there’s no such thing as race!

    Stupid clown.

    • Thanks: GeneralRipper
  242. Chris Moore says: • Website
    @Hacienda

    Were the Jews the creditors in the Roman empire?

    Which “Jews”? Pharisee ((Jews)) or Moses Jews?

    It seems to me that the Pharisees/Sanhedrin were engaged on all manner of money-changer treachery against their own people, sanctioned by the Roman authorities (for a cut?) at the time of Christ. Jesus called them out, and even thrashed them from the temple.

    It makes sense that they would have taken their money-changer role into the Empire after the Romans destroyed Jerusalem. They’re certainly in thick with the bankers of the US Empire, maybe even at the top. “Empire’s bankers.”

    It’s why ((Israel)) basically gets unlimited funding and wars on its behalf, courtesy of a corrupt Congress/political class/MSM.

    All that Fed filthy lucre is debt borrowed against the future labor and economic largesse of the goyim economy and US taxpayers — basically making US taxpayers pay for their own enslavement.

    Only a ((Jew ) would have the chutzpah to instigate something like that.

  243. @mike99588

    A white guilt that can never be washed away:

    These are the most hideous crimes against humanity- surpassing, in scale and thoroughness, even Hitler’s organized pogrom of the Jews and the Slavs. But while the whites react with anger and indignation to the massacres of their own kind, they continue to glorify and celebrate their genocidal achievements when their victims are non-Europeans.

    https://www.unz.com/aanglin/what-about-china-then/#comment-4940899

  244. @Weaver

    Do you see Jews gaining leverage over the Chinese state, education system, media, and economic policies?

    In any case, once your kind is dealt with and we are forever free from your meddling those problems won’t be difficult to solve.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  245. @Rich

    A hallmark of White psychology is their instinctive rejection of any suggestion that non-White lives are not cheap.

    • LOL: Rich
  246. antibeast says:
    @Rich

    No, it’s not my opinion because Chinese military doctrine will never advocate the so-called ‘human wave’ tactics which are a Western tactic used in trench warfare prior to the advent of armored vehicles. That US propaganda was intended to explain to the US public how the Chinese PVA was able to drive US troops out of North Korea, by falsely attributing the high Chinese casualty rate on ‘human-wave’ tactics allegedly adopted by the Chinese PVA. Most Chinese casualties were in fact sustained by the Chinese PVA during the siege of Seoul and after losing Seoul which forced its withdrawal behind the 38th parallel.

    The truth is that Mao didn’t want to fight Kim’s war which had Stalin’s support to invade South Korea. Mao intervened only after warning MacArthur not to cross the 38th parallel which the US troops did by chasing the North Korean troops all the way to the Yalu River. Mao then decided to send the Chinese PVA troops, using ‘human infiltration’ tactics, organized as light infantry divisions, marching single-file under cover of darkness, until US frontlines were breached. That operation was highly successful, so successful in fact that Stalin finally agreed to provide Soviet air support for Kim to retake Seoul.

    That’s when disaster struck because Kim could not defend his positions in North Korea against US airpower which thoroughly decimated both Chinese and North Korean supply-lines. The Chinese PVA troops ended up fighting Kim’s war which aimed at retaking and defending Seoul at all costs. When that failed, the Chinese PVA troops then retreated behind the 38th parallel to defend the North Korean frontlines but lacked adequate logistical support as Chinese supply-lines had been disrupted by US strategic bombing. Lacking food, clothing and even ammo, the Chinese PVA troops had to do all the fighting for the North Koreans by sustaining high casualties just to defend the frontlines.

    A decade later, Mao applied the lessons learned from the Korean War to the Vietnam War as he had expected the Yanks to resort to ‘strategic bombing’ of North Vietnam. Mao helped Ho prepare for the coming onslaught of US airpower by sending large numbers of Chinese Army engineers to help dig thousands of underground tunnels linking North Vietnam to China. When the Yanks finally unleased US airpower to bomb North Vietnam, Ho was ready to rock-and-roll. This time, Ho’s supply-lines were located in underground tunnels which allowed Ho to win the Vietnam War by fighting Mao’s War in the Vietnam War.

    The Vietnam War proved that Mao would never use ‘human-wave tactics’ against the Yanks. And THAT is what has made all the difference.

    • Disagree: Rich
    • Thanks: Showmethereal
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  247. d dan says:
    @Rich

    “Human wave” attacks are a legitimate military tactic used by many armies with numerical superiority.

    The PVA (i.e. PLA) were very good in creating LOCAL numerical superiority before they launched the attack. That created the illusion of “human wave”, a term invented years later by American to cover the incompetency of their commanders.

    For readers who understand Chinese, the following is a series of very detail (up to hour-by-hour) videos on Korean War. The latest release (Oct 7) will be the famous battle of Lake Changjin (长津湖, or Lake Chosin). I believe more will be released in future. Lots of amazing stories and battles.

    Even if you don’t understand Chinese, you may still get some ideas about some of the strategies by watching the animations about the movements of the troops.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_mjfiRwIkc

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2wZZxwJ5Uo

    • Replies: @antibeast
  248. Zen says:
    @Maximo

    San Francisco

    Notable quip

    City camping. In China, some public intellectuals will tell us that they are rich people, just looking for spiritual freedom.

    Singapore

  249. Zen says:

    To outcompete SF, LA catches up

  250. Mefobills says:
    @littlereddot

    But as you go eastwards across the continent, the appetite for such guilt BS is gets much less. I imagine by the time it reaches Hungary it is almost non existent.

    You are having trouble accepting that differential evolution exists, and it predicts differential outcomes.

    Asians developed for shame in the harsh northeast winters, where if somebody didn’t do their job, the entire tribe would suffer.

    The same goes for Whites, but they evolved for guilt.

    White populations, when ruled by an empathetic elite, which looks like them, do ok. This empathetic elite has the general welfare in mind, and is able to keep the pyschopaths down and create conditions so that sociopaths are not produced.

    In other words, if a white population is ruled by an “elect” group of people, then the outcomes are low guilt.

    Russia for example, is constantly looking for the “300” that are used to over-see their Oblasts.

    China has an elect they select through the communist party.

    In the West, with universal suffrage democracy, the worst sorts of people become part of the elect, and they in turn are maneuvered with money, or some sort of compromat, or threats from hidden actors.

    Democracy was first used in the lowlands (Amsterdam area) to attach creditor conditions onto entire populations rather than a king. It started with attaching debts to municipalities, as the king would sometimes tell the international creditor to take a hike. In other words, funding war by debt means was a debt hook thrust into the mouth of municipalities against their will.

    It took a king to kick the usurers out of England (King Edward), who told the usurious Jews at the time, to take their gold and silver with them.

    The Brits are not poodles of the Yanks. British Atlantacism passed to the Yanks after WW2. The coordination of finance capital happens simultaneously between Wall Street and London. Although, the U.S. is slightly dominant due to the force structure of military. Atlantacism won in WW2. The “head” is in the finance sector, and not the polity.

    Recycled flows of usury through the finance sector are used to fund think tanks, and the takeover of publishing houses. In the U.S. the consolidation of the media (Clinton 1996) has led to what many call fake news, as the news is controlled by the corporate owners. The owners in turn are tied to finance capital, where Oligarchy emits hypnosis, so their power is not questioned.

    So, the owned media, especially in the U.S. is run by a hostile elite, who guilt whitey with FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, and Disease).

    If you doubt this, ask any American White person to shout the word NIGGER out loud in public. Even if no negroes are present, they won’t be able to do it. They have been guilted.

    • Agree: Miro23
    • Thanks: Nancy
    • Replies: @RichardDuck
  251. Mefobills says:
    @Patrick McNally

    I agree with you, the Star Wars project was a funding bonanza for the MIC.

    The interventions in the middle east were hatched by the Neo-Cons, and it didn’t escape their attention that a “Pearl Harbor” like condition, could be used to achieve their goals.

    I quoted the exact words from the document and also provided a link.

    I’m suggesting that people read between the lines, rather than take the document literally.

    Reagan also suggested that aliens would make humanity unite, and now we are having increasing levels of “leaks” about alien encounters.

  252. GeneralRipper [AKA "The Griffins"] says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    The truth hurts, eh Mulga?

    You pathetic litttle Chinkophile, self-loathing Commie douchebag…lol

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  253. peterAUS says:
    @Rich

    There was a debate, on History Channel, while ago, about the topic.
    Two sides; side A’s angle was the Chinese were using that tactics and it wasn’t good. Side B’s angle was the Chinese weren’t using that tactics.
    Side A was, as I remember, a serving US Captain, Airborne forces, with experience in Iraq and Afghanistan. Side B were what I classify as “well read civilians”.
    It went for some time and then the Captain was banned because he was “insensitive” and “racist”. Make of that what you will.

    It was interesting, though, to see (for me, anyway….), that neither side, actually, defined, in clear terms what the “human wave assault” actually was.

    In ground combat, sooner or later, but always, comes a moment, when taking an objective, in rural, for a foot soldier, to run, without cover, towards enemy position.
    The shortest is hand grenade range.
    The longest…….well….THAT is the question. What, EXACTLY, is FAP (final assault position)? In theory, it’s “the last covered and concealed position before enemy defense”. So…what happens when (a competent ) enemy chooses a position with, say, 200 meters of clear, open ground in front of it? Or longer?
    I believe (bear with me if you wish….) in Korean war, it boiled down to “how close a fire support could suppress the defender without moving down own forces”. I think that today’s doctrine is about 50 meters. I could be wrong:).
    So….if a platoon, squad, fire team, has to run, at the end, over those 50 meters, today, when everyone and his dog has an automatic weapon….isn’t that a “human wave attack”?
    I could be wrong, again, but I think the latest US Army (not Marines) doctrine doesn’t even have the “assault” in the “attack” anymore.

    Back to Korea.

    My take:
    If Chinese were attacking at night (as they were), on carefully chosen points (as they were), well, even in those points a defender would have an automatic weapon. So, for that particular platoon, maybe even a company, it did look as human wave attack because a full regiment of Chinese infantry was attacking them. Let’s leave out how, exactly, that charge looked like (devil is always in details here). One could talk about those details all day.
    Note: in Falklands, Royal Marines, in night, assaulted one Argie position with one platoon running (bounding) and another laying prone and providing some suppressing fire. Both platoons bounded, together, taking turns, and took the position. I hope you can picture how it worked.
    As you said, that very tactics was used all the time until the end of Cold War. And in some other “conflicts” after that………….
    Around the same (historical) time (weapons….) strongpoint Beatrice, in Dien Bien Phu, was taken by “human wave assaults”, for example. It was a high cost attack, but, with clear operational success. Or, terrible tool on the attacking regiment. Great success for the campaign. In military terms, effective.

    Bottom line. If you loose 400 men and make a breach in the enemy (static) defense which collapses the front held by a division….that’s a win. And Chinese were, pretty much, doing exactly that.
    So….for a platoon there, and especially the MG team, it did look as “human wave assault”.
    For his Division commander it looked as a competent breach of his defense line.

    Makes sense?

    • Agree: Rich
  254. @ricpic

    All jokes aside… Where did you read that???? The economic figures are completely reversed… The island depends on the mainland.

  255. @littlereddot

    But isn’t the guilt stuff really an American whitey thing? If you look at the whites in Europe, the amount of guilt they have is directly related to how culturally close they are to the Yanks.

    This is a false statement. In Europe (especially Germany), the “guilt” white people carry who have absolutely nothing to do with WW2 is borderline insanity. People are guilted from birth through “education/indoctrination” for the War and Jewish/prisoner internment camps. It is against the law in many European countries to even question the Holly-caust (i.e. David Irving). There is a reason why Germany invited so many refugees to their country.
    I was in Berlin during the World Cup in 2006 and could not believe how few Germans were flag waving and being proud to be German. This of course does not mean all Germans are NOT racist. Many are are but they hide it very well due to “societal guilt”.

  256. Rich says:
    @Ron Unz

    The overwhelming majority of military historians agree that what’s called “human wave” attacks, used by armies since the beginning of recorded history, were used by the Chinese military in the Korean War. It’s actually accepted history. Edward O’Dowd has written on it, Chinese General Peng Duhai, leader of Chinese forces in Korea, took credit for “inventing” the tactic, and the men who served on the ground, men I’ve personally spoken to, insist it occurred. I’m not clear on the reasoning of why an army with inferior weaponry but numerical superiority, wouldn’t try to use its larger numbers to overwhelm it’s opponent. The Soviets used it in WW2, the Japanese used it in the Russo-Japanese War, Persians used it everywhere. I’m thinking the recent disparaging of a well known military tactic is being utilized for a meaningless propaganda victory.
    Of course, well meaning men may disagree on different historical occurrences, especially in times like these.

    • Replies: @Godfree Roberts
  257. @Godfree Roberts

    I live in SE Asia and have been traveling in the region since 1967. In all of that time I have never seen Chinese littering, spitting, flinging cigarette butts around, and other uncultured anti-social behaviour.

    Is it just me?

    From my observations having lived in the East and West (major cities), the Chinese from South East Asia (outside China proper) that immigrate to the West want to act “free” so they exercise behavior they would never follow back home. In Asia, there is the stigma of bringing “shame” to oneself, family and community obviously not present in the West.

    Perhaps, “when in Rome” applies to this small portion of “Chinese” immigrants. They see other people (white, black, brown etc..) doing it so they feel free and equal enough to do the same.
    I actually confronted a Chinese Malaysian in his 20’s regarding his cigarette butt flicking. I asked him why he doesn’t put the butts in the garbage. He just said, “Sorry”. However, I don’t think he’s changed his ways because I still see butts on the sidewalk whenever I walk by. Maybe one day I’ll catch him in the act and just punch him in the face.

  258. Zen says:
    @anonymous

  259. antibeast says:
    @d dan

    The following video is a movie reenactment of the so-called ‘human waves’ tactics allegedly used by the Chinese PVA during the Korean War:

    Utterly ridiculous as a piece of propaganda but worth a good laugh for entertainment purposes.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @anon
  260. @Mefobills

    The picture you sketch is pretty much what I see.

    In the West, with universal suffrage democracy, the worst sorts of people become part of the elect, and they in turn are maneuvered with money, or some sort of compromat, or threats from hidden actors.

    The mere presence of the hidden actors invalidate the whole concept of democracy. Basically the citizens need to run their own thinktanks and their own lobby groups. That is where the show is produced.

  261. Rich says:
    @antibeast

    Why do you CCP supporters go off the wall about the tactics used by your great hero General Peng Duhai who went as far as to claim to have invented the tactic? Do you guys somehow see something dishonorable in men being brave enough to go charging into enemy lines? Are you unable to comprehend the courage that must have taken? It’s not a knock on your people that you had men willing to follow such orders, and the tactic actually worked early in the conflict. It failed when casualties grew too high and the Americans were able to dig in using superior firepower. Very strange that you would dig up an unknown Korean movie as if that proved your point. Was Peng Duhai unpersoned at some point so now you guys are ordered to go out and disparage his tactic? Very strange.

    • Replies: @antibeast
  262. anon[748] • Disclaimer says:
    @antibeast

    China is indeed a formidable rival, but its Communist Party faces deep problems and possibly even decay. And it is precisely because of its weakness that China poses a threat to the world. Even as it has become more influential on the international stage, political and economic problems have festered on the domestic front, making China the proverbial dangerous wounded animal.

    Do I need to tell you that Xi Jinping’s China is an infirm colossus that will be frustrated by unmet ambitions? A strong but frustrated country poses a special kind of danger. This is what should be called the China Nightmare. Xi is a radically different breed of Chinese Communist Party leader, a ruthless strongman. Although China was ruled by a dictatorship before Xi’s ascent, he has made a radical bid to obtain almost TOTAL authority over his country’s affairs.

    In doing so, he has paralyzed the normal functioning of the state’s bureaucracy. In the case of COVID-19, for example, his centralization of control hobbled the activities of officials closest to the epicenter of the pandemic in Wuhan. The “Beijing model” was supposed to be an efficient alternative to democracy, which was supposedly more sclerotic and incompetent. Instead, the Beijing model has now inflicted untold misery on its own people and the rest of the world.

  263. peterAUS says:

    …Do you guys somehow see something dishonorable in men being brave enough to go charging into enemy lines? ….

    Well…they probably see how that infantry tactics is being talked about/shown in Western MSM as dishonorable. Which it is, actually.

    Granted, it’s very hard to SHOW night infantry attack. The very purpose of that night is NOT to be seen while attacking.
    Either you see it, which is wrong, or you don’t see it, which makes watching it, for MOST people, boring. Illumination/starshells would make it even more confusing I am sure. Add explosions and all sort of noise and an average “consumer” of the “infotainment” would change channel to something else.

    From a purely professional point of view, PLA at the time/place showed two elements of high quality:
    Bravery of an individual soldier (easy, in dark, to go to ground and not move….).
    High level of tactical expertise by junior leadership (takes a good squad/platoon/company leadership just to direct their men/units in night combat). No radios, BTW. Most importantly, ability to quickly asses the situation and adapt, on the move. True, some platoons got massacred; other saw it and adapted. I mean….they DID win those engagements.
    Adapting, FAST, meant a lot of things, and this Website isn’t School of Infantry.
    I am sure that people who’ve done it, even only in exercise, know what I mean.

    • Replies: @Deep Thought
    , @Rich
  264. denk says:
    @mike99588

    Another Critical Race Theorist is born, mangling NAm and Oz history on low IQ natives

    Say who ?

    Not sooner than gringo quitting Afghan Saigon style when they’r already clamoring for more….

    70% gringo demand war on China …..

    stupidity has no cure.

    Dont abuse your privilege to post here,
    read the faq

    [faq]
    Its the mugs stupid,

    PS
    The battle of Lake Changjin is packing them in all over China, especially those young punks who’r having it so good these days and know nuthin about how their liberation was won.
    China has got hope yet. !

    Gen Mcarthur,

    Those who wanna fight the PLA needs their head examined.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  265. Weaver says:
    @The_MasterWang

    Right. Because once you’ve killed antiwar rednecks like me, China will finally be safe.

    And, yes, Jews will try to take over. Other groups might also. You can have foreign workers, but there’s a huge difference when you make them citizens. Han Chinese and whatever groups you consider “Chinese” are yours; foreigners are foreign. Mao was advised by Soviet Jews. Maybe the Chinese will lose confidence again and seek out Jewish masters.

    It’s odd how you claim to care so about genetics but shrug off foreigners intermarrying with Chinese. Maybe you aren’t what you claim to be.

    • Replies: @Deep Thought
  266. Weaver says:
    @anon

    China is in Asia; so, I dunno how it’s a rival in North America, but China’s weakness is just its control of limited thought, limited education in sensitive areas. But, that’s only a difference of degree from the US.

  267. @Ron Unz

    It was being there with the weather — minus 40 and encountering night attacks –not fun —guns freeze and vision impaired —-

  268. antibeast says:
    @Rich

    Europeans invented the military tactics known as ‘human-waves’ as part of ‘trench warfare’ during WWI which saw some of the bloodiest battles in European history: Somme, Verdun, Passchendaele, etc. During WWII, the Battles of Stalingrad and Leningrad saw Stalin employ ‘human waves’ of Soviet troops marching directly into enemy fire, causing immense casualties.

    Here’s a video of the Battle of Somme which saw ‘human-waves’ tactics as part of ‘trench warfare’ during WWI:

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Avery
    , @Bernard Davis
  269. Yee says:

    Rich,

    Why do you CCP supporters go off the wall about the tactics used

    LOL… 70 years after the war, you still haven’t figured out your enemy’s tactics, American soldiers should be very thankful you were not their commander. In war, you only have days to figure it out and plan your own tactics, not weeks, not months, not years, not decades…

    The tactics of the Chinese troops was the most basic tactics on earth, you can even see the same in the animal world.

    Watch a documentary of a group of predators hunt, you’d see how they seperate the prey for the attack, circle to the back, then all of a sudden launch the attack from all sides. It’s the most basic hunting tactics. That was what the Chinese troops did.

    • Disagree: Rich
    • Troll: Godfree Roberts
  270. Bankotsu says:
    @antibeast

    East is East, West is West, and never the twain shall meet.

    That is my view as well.

    This is the most correct, honest and intellectually coherent position to take between Western world and Asia.

    The two worlds can NEVER meet.

    But I do believe that it is possible for a peaceful co existence with some effort from the Western side.

  271. @anon

    Poo in loo shitskins should build functioning toilets before talking about how to run a superior country.

  272. @GeneralRipper

    What a cowardly piece of shit you are, lol. At least my second alias was literally “PunchTheHookNose”

    Amerimutts truly are subhumans. May the LORD our GOD destroy that kike HQ.

  273. @anon

    In doing so, he has paralyzed the normal functioning of the state’s bureaucracy. In the case of COVID-19, for example, his centralization of control hobbled the activities of officials closest to the epicenter of the pandemic in Wuhan. The “Beijing model” was supposed to be an efficient alternative to democracy, which was supposedly more sclerotic and incompetent. Instead, the Beijing model has now inflicted untold misery on its own people and the rest of the world.

    A white Ah Q talking. Someone else can see the light:

    Historians well may date the AI revolution to January 2020 when the Covid-19 pandemic hit China. As former Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Harvard historian Graham Allison wrote last August:

    ………..

    I broke this story in Asia Times in March 2020.

    https://asiatimes.com/2021/10/china-marches-on-towards-fourth-industrial-revolution/

    China is on course. So, is Amelika!

  274. @peterAUS

    Well…they probably see how that infantry tactics is being talked about/shown in Western MSM as dishonorable. Which it is, actually.

    Yeap!

    The Western MSM also showed that the BEST equipped Western armies being beaten and thrown back in disarray by peasant armies, armed with little more than rifles and hand grenades, was an HONOURABLE performance!

    Ah Q could have shown the same.

  275. @denk

    The Chinese military is designed to fight a defensive war to protect their country. The US military, in contrast, is a sewer whereby hundreds of billions are transferred to the MICC, and a machine foe destroying defenceless smaller victims, and slaughter their people. If it were not for the nukes and the suffering involved, I’d almost hope that the US would attack China over Taiwan, so that they could get their arses handed to them.

    • Replies: @denk
  276. @anon

    Is that you, Gordon Chang? Or is it yet another racist, Sinophobe, imbecile wishfully predicting China’s ‘fall’. You scum have been doing it for forty years, out of sheer race hatred and gut-wrenching terror that the age of White Western Dominance over humanity is over.

  277. @GeneralRipper

    I long ago realised that evil, imbecile, race-hating White Rightwing thugs would cause humanity’s extinction. The sheer weight of Evil far outdoes all the good that the decent fraction of humanity achieves. Either by thermo-nuclear war as the Western Right destroys humanity rather than give up its total dominance over it, or through ecological collapse as Rightist greed destroys the planet’s habitability for our species, or some other cause, it’ll be over by 2050, possibly earlier. You walking cadavers have won.

    • Replies: @cosMICjester
  278. antibeast says:
    @anon

    I don’t know how relevant your rant is to my last post. But your view is typical of US Deep State talking points about Xi’s China today. Western pundits betting against Xi’s moves are well-advised to remember that China is very different from what it was during Deng’s reign. What Xi is doing now is merely acknowledging that Deng’s liberal model has run its course which makes changing China’s course more paramount than ever. Anybody who knows East Asia would be familiar with what Xi is promoting which is tantamount to Confucianist authoritarianism permeating upon all aspects of Chinese life, from economy to society, from culture to politics. The past four decades of free-wheeling laissez-faire market Capitalism unleashed by Deng is now finally over.

    • Replies: @anon
  279. Rich says:
    @peterAUS

    I’m not sure what is dishonorable about a “human wave” attack. An army needs to use its strengths in order to achieve its objectives. The advantage the Chicoms held in Korea was numerical superiority. I’m not sure they’d have been able to drive the Americans and their allies back to the standstill near the 38th if not for their willingness to use the tactic. The honorable thing in war is to win, otherwise your women and children become the playthings of the enemy, as happened to the defeated Germans after WW2. The men I knew who were on the ground in Korea never said anything to me about “dishonor”, though they did think the Chinese soldiers were crazy, or on drugs, the way they kept coming.

    • Replies: @d dan
    , @peterAUS
  280. @Weaver

    It’s odd how you claim to care so about genetics but shrug off foreigners intermarrying with Chinese. Maybe you aren’t what you claim to be.

    The Han Chinese have ALWAYS chosen integration and assimilation with regard to their minorities. The Hui Muslims were once as (or more) militant as the “Weegers” of today. But after century of assimilation, they have quieted down now– even though they are still Muslims.

    The murrikans choose segregation. As a result, racial antagonism (just the one between the whites and blacks) never goes away. If the whites had dumped the idea of owning slaves– but encourage assimilation and intermarriage– when the black population was still small, they would have reaped the benefit of good black genes (e.g. the athletic genes, etc) while the bad genes would have been weeded out over the generations. It is probably too late now. Even if the whites now want assimilation, the relative population of the blacks to that of the whites makes it too big to drown out “blackness”.

    • Agree: showmethereal
    • Replies: @Weaver
    , @Weaver
  281. HBM says:

    Someday there will be Chinese troops occupying America, and it will have been the Jews who invited them in to bring peace. Jews are fighting in two places, in each on two fronts: they must soften-up both domestically while encouraging open military conflict between the two countries. The United States will join the list of great nations ruined forever from which the Jews escaped, moving to the next one whose rise they had facilitated at the expense of the erstwhile one. As they pack their remaining loot and Exodus to China, they will lament the eternally repeating fate of the blameless Jews, oy veying and dindunuffining the whole way.

  282. Rich says:
    @antibeast

    Are you saying your great hero, Communist Chinese General, friend of Mao,Penn Duhai, lied when he said he invented the “human wave” attack? Shocking. You better hope the Party doesn’t resurrect his image and you find yourself unpersoned for having implied that a great hero of the revolution lied.

    Those men who engaged in trench warfare, and both sides at Stalingrad, were brave soldiers and better men than most.

  283. d dan says:
    @Rich

    “I’m not sure what is dishonorable about a “human wave” attack. ”

    The wonton disregard of human life?

    “The advantage the Chicoms held in Korea was numerical superiority.”

    This may be true overall, but only slightly. Furthermore, it was not true in all cases. China was facing 17 nations, and South Korea had over a million soldiers. In many battles it won, PLA actually was numerically inferior, or on equal or only slight numerical advantage.

    “I’m not sure they’d have been able to drive the Americans and their allies back to the standstill near the 38th if not for their willingness to use the tactic.”

    Or because their commanders were smarter, less arrogant and/or more adaptable. Or, their soldiers were more disciplined, understood the over strategy better, braver,…

    You have no idea what “human wave” tactics is. You don’t know who invented that (not Chinese). You don’t know when it was first used (not in Korea). You don’t know who coined the term (not Peng). But you think you know something that you know little about. And that is despite the good efforts of many patient commenters, and me spending time with you several months ago, all trying to educate you on this topic. Finally, you think people disagree with you are all brainwashed by ChiCom.

    You typify the hopelessness of the West. Bye.

    • Replies: @Rich
  284. anon[229] • Disclaimer says:
    @antibeast

    What Xi is doing now is merely acknowledging that Deng’s liberal model has run its course which makes changing China’s course more paramount than ever. Anybody who knows East Asia would be familiar with what Xi is promoting which is tantamount to Confucianist authoritarianism permeating upon all aspects of Chinese life, from economy to society, from culture to politics.

    Xi’s emphasis on ideological commitment and discipline created a highly personalized and centralized leadership structure, but backlash against Xi risks bringing about the very splits and factionalism the CCP fears. His political strategy, which has included strong-arming and imprisoning large numbers of political opponents, is causing more fissures in the system. Resistance to Xi has expanded over his mishandling of COVID-19. The Chinese billionaire Ren Zhiqiang’s criticism of Xi’s management of the COVID-19 pandemic is just one example of growing high-profile dissent.

    Besides internal dissension, Xi faces the frightening prospect of a foreign-policy defeat. For example, if Xi fails in his current attempts to reunify, the internal backlash against him will be fierce. In addition, if the U.S. successfully undermines China’s advances in the South China Sea, the result may also be humiliation for Xi, who would get blamed inside China for imperial overreach.

    We also know from history that declining powers are no less dangerous than rising ones. In the run-up to World War II, Western pressure elevated Japan’s fear of decline. Russia is not exactly ascending, yet it is still quite capable of posing a major threat to the world order, as illustrated by Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

    China is so enmeshed in the international system that its internal problems will have an impact well beyond its borders. As COVID-19 has made clear, the continued existence of the CCP depends on censoring the truth and punishing those who attempt to tell it. Xi is pushing the CCP—and China—to the brink. I think it’s fair to say that Xi will not stop before he pushes it over the edge.

  285. Resistance to Xi has expanded over his mishandling of COVID-19. The Chinese billionaire Ren Zhiqiang’s criticism of Xi’s management of the COVID-19 pandemic is just one example of growing high-profile dissent.

    The GREATEST resistance to Xi’s handling of Covid 19 was/is actually from Dan Blumenthal:

    Fate played a cruel trick on Blumenthal. His book went to the printer in April, late enough for the author to add an Afterword about the Covid-19 pandemic in China, but too soon to get the story right. Had the book gone to press only a few weeks later, the author might have avoided egregious errors that undercut the credibility of his thesis, namely that China is at imminent risk of collapse due to its “internal contradictions.”

    https://asiatimes.com/2021/01/why-china-is-anti-fragile/

    Poor Dan had the misfortune of being “played a cruel trick” by Fate and therefore made that mistake but YOU have no excuse for doing the same TODAY!!! 😀

  286. @antibeast

    Great description. That (strategy) is also why there are thousands of kilometers of tunnels in China – including and especially to protect nuclear arms.

  287. Rich says:
    @d dan

    I believe it was General Grog of the Neanderthal East Nation who invented the “human wave” attack when his tribe became more numerous than the Neanderthal North contingent. The “human wave” attack has been used throughout recorded history, Copernicus. It’s universal, although the leader of Chinese forces in Korea claimed to have invented it. I didn’t give him credit and actually listed several well known militaries that used it before the Korean War. You have educated me, though, I’ve learned about the poor quality of those who shill for the CCP and their inability to have a civil argument.

    • Troll: Godfree Roberts
  288. antibeast says:
    @anon

    You paint a bleak picture of Xi’s China which is the exact opposite of what’s happening over there. Covid-19 or not, Xi would have done what he sought to do because Deng’s ‘free-market’ reforms have run its course. The problems faced by China have nothing to do with Xi’s handling of Covid-19 but with the systemic risks posed by China’s role in the globalized economy as you’ve acknowledged.

    What are those systemic risks?

    One, Chinese authorities view the US economy to be in dire straits kept on life-support by Fed money-printing which exposes China to the contagion risks of an economic collapse in the USA.

    Two, Chinese authorities want to decouple China’s economy away from the USA to avoid the prospect of the scenario outlined in One.

    Three, Chinese authorities now seek to use its own currency — RMB — in international trade and foreign investment as a way to minimize its dependence on the US financial system which it views as dangerously hyperinflated by Fed money-printing.

    Four, Chinese authorities want to shift China’s economy away from export markets to serve its vast domestic market in order to reduce the economic risks of a global depression caused by the economic collapse of the USA.

    You gringos keep on worrying about Xi’s China while the Chinese authorities are now preparing for the economic collapse of the USA. You can feel their sense of urgency here as they grapple to contain the coming economic collapse of the USA, rather than worry about the silly Yanks trying hard to contain the rise of China.

    And who’s the right man for the job?

    Xi is the man at the helm of the Army, Party, State, Society and Market who now wants to steer the Ship of State for rough seas ahead. After sailing right through this period of turbulence, China WILL emerge as the LARGEST economy in the world, surpassing the USA.

    Any more questions?

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  289. peterAUS says:
    @Rich

    I’m not sure what is dishonorable about a “human wave” attack.

    Showing it in a wrong way. Describing it wrong.

    I know it’s hard to get that point across to civilians who haven’t, ever, done it. Even in a short Sunday re-enactment.

    And, today, because we know that 90 % of Internet users are morons with 15 seconds attention span, plus everything is polititized, it’s waste of time trying to explain that.
    Because I feel you ask in good faith I’ll try once more. The last time.

    Chinese high command:

    [MORE]

    Mission: pierce a hole in a static line of Division in defense; exploit the breach and make the defender retreat. The mission given to their, Chinese, corps.
    Chines corps command: find a spot, battalion wide, in enemy’s defense line and breach it. Reconnaissance unit finds that spot. One night work. TERRAIN is the key. A place where attacking infantry can get undetected close enough. Task, attack, given to a Chinese division.
    Division command: Attack, in regimental echelons, that position. Three regiments, supported by HMGs, and medium/light mortars. Again, find the main objective and supporting effort. On a map with sketches drawn by Recce unit. TERRAIN. Where are killing zones. Where are lines/spots with rock, trees, bushes, high grass, dips, whatever….which can help infantry to get close. Not hard to find that in mountainous/hilly terrain. Chinese are small people, easy to find a dip in the ground to find cover. An experienced commander can see that with ease.
    And, then, the attack. In dark, even with star shells/illumination, it’s hard to see far away. Detail: star shell goes up, assault infantry goes to the grand and keeps crawling/scrambling. Light goes out they, again, start jogging. Up..down…up…down…scramble, crawl, roll…use anything as cover/concealment…and keep going. THIS is my point. There weren’t any “waves”. There was a swarm of soldiers moving to hand grenade range. Defense would open up, hard, of course. Well..that was the time of Garands and M1s for an individual soldiers. Semiauto. Not very effective in dark, on moving, appearing/disappearing targets.
    MGs were another matter. VERY effective, true. But, they do show muzzle flash. Degtyaryov gunners, within the assault troops could see them and make the defender gunners uncomfortable from ranges of 600 meters and close. I did mention Chinese HMGs (Maxims). Well positioned they could suppress defender Browning’s from a KM. Two Maxims on one Browning. Three…..Just make the defender stop firing, duck for cover.
    When the assaulters get to 200 meters, PPSHs and similar can suppress the defender. Just a burst at the muzzle flash.
    Even when firing, Browning can’t fire forever. It opens up, infantry hit the ground. Crawl…scramble under the “stream”. Wait, even. It won’t last forever. It stops, get up and run FORWARD.
    THAT is the element that Internet idiots don’t get most of the time. This, fundamental, element, requires a brave, dedicated soldier. No need to “control”. He’ll do it by himself. Again, THIS is the most important quality an attacking soldier can have. All the rest is distinctively secondary.
    Yes, in some places attacker won’t be able to move forward. The bodies will keep pilling up. The attack will be stopped. BUT, it can’t be stopped everywhere. It takes ONE, just one point, 50 meters wide, to breach into defensive line.
    Brave individuals WILL reach that spot sooner or later. And, then, it takes a hand grenade or two to “clear” the path. From then on it’s hand to hand. SMGs, grenades, bayonets. In dark, with all that noise.
    Takes a hero to stay at his place and not fall back when hearing those sounds BEHIND.
    And that’s how the line is pierced; how defense collapses. A company, then a battalion…then a regiment. And in the morning you have a division on the run.

    My point is simple: it wasn’t a “wave” running.
    It was a “swarm” running, scrambling, crawling, briefly waiting..using any available scrape of cover and concealment….and again..and again…into hand grenade range, into the trench, savage hand to hand fighting and on…and on…..One battalion gets exhausted/spent, next in the echelon moves through and keeps going until the defender’s rear is reached. Division defense collapses, retreat ensues.
    That was the pattern.

    Makes sense?
    If doesn’t, well….

    • Agree: Godfree Roberts
    • Thanks: dogbumbreath
    • Replies: @Rich
  290. @Mefobills

    What Judeo-Christians worship is not the Christianity of Jesus.

    MEFOBILLS,

    Please search for your screenname in this comment (open [MORE] first):

    https://www.unz.com/ejones/quis-custodiet-traditionis-custodes/#comment-4943580

    – gave you a shout-out amidst 1892 quotes by Pope Benedict’s Great Uncle Rev. Georg Ratzinger where he expresses what you’ve taught us about the need to get Jews out of banking, usury and the need for state controlled banking and currency. Maybe you’ve read George Ratzinger before as a basis for the knowledge we so much appreciate you sharing.

    Please also see the immediately following comment

    https://www.unz.com/ejones/quis-custodiet-traditionis-custodes/#comment-4943642

    where i emphasized EMJ’s conclusion after studying the entire lengthy treatise.

    EMJ is a goldmine of info, so much so that this article can appear too long to undertake which is why i made comments including one substantive one above the two linked above so readers can get all EMJ’s potent points in a streamlined way.

    Guys like him and you give us hope of seeing necessary change in our lifetimes while no matter remaining confident in our eternal future Salvation in Jesus Christ.

  291. @antibeast

    China has been the largest economy, in PPP terms, since 2014. The Chinese authorities, having read history and understood it, recognise that the USA is uniquely Evil, genocidal, aggressive and thus dangerous, in all history. After the bio-warfare attack in Wuhan, following several others targeting food supplies, the Chinese obviously realise that they are in a life and death struggle with this hideous behemoth, and they are not going to surrender. The future of humanity, and of Life on Earth, depends on their steadfastness.

    • Replies: @antibeast
    , @Deep Thought
  292. Rich says:
    @peterAUS

    I wasn’t always a civilian, son. And I’ve probably spent more time studying military tactics than you’ve been alive, but keep insulting me.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  293. @Deep Thought

    A Judeofascist with its knickers in a knot over China’s rise, of which Yahweh would definitely disapprove, taken to task by another Judeofascist, the notorious ‘Spengler’ ie David Goldman, only slightly less Sinophobic. Goldman wants clear-thinking regarding China, not Blumenthal’s moronic Gordon Changesque ‘China is Collapsing’ garbage. Goldman loathes China, of course, but wants war plans to be more rational, not according to Blumenthal’s lunatic prognostications. As ever in the USA, different Jewish factions squabbling, while the goyim await their marching orders.

    • Replies: @.D.
    , @Deep Thought
  294. @anon

    How often are liars morons, and think others are, too. Putin did NOT ‘invade’ Ukraine. What pathopsychological rewards do you get from impertinent lying?The rest of your lurid garbage comes from the repeatedly discredited Gordon Chang school of mendacious bull-shit, but one enjoying a frenetic increase in hysteria at present.
    With war-plans far advanced Western ruling class thugs are faced with a dire problem. The serfs realise that China is no Iraq, Panama or Grenada. Attacking the ‘gooks’ might be God/Yahweh’s Will, but the Chinese will fight back, and, horror of horrors, the White demigods might lose!!???So the morons must be brainwashed to believe that China is still the ‘Sick Man of Asia’, an easy beat when faced with the might of a united Western, White, ‘World Order’. Thus the necessary war hysteria and race hatred may be drummed up, without any unnecessary cowardice thwarting plans.

  295. Metropole says:

    While people discus the long term consequences of China’s rise, and America’s containment policy (AUKUS?), the possibility of China making a preemptive move and taking over Taiwan has become sky-high.

    From China’s point of view, Taiwan is a part of their country and they will not compromise on this. China has a policy of non-interference in other countries but for what they believe to be their own land they will fight to the death, even at the cost of the whole country. People need to keep this in mind when talking about China.

    With America having gone on the offensive against China, they have a small window of opportunity to take Taiwan before the anti-China coalition gains strength. We can imagine that by the time Australia gets nuclear subs, Taiwan will be in Chinese hands. But it could be a lot sooner.

    Here’s China’s Global Times suggesting nuclear war if anyone resists China’s taking Taiwan.

    US’ revelation of troops in Taiwan will only hasten cross-Straits war: Global Times editorial
    https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202110/1235814.shtml

    • Replies: @Smashed Squash
  296. .D. says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    You are rei tanotsuka arent you ?

  297. @mulga mumblebrain

    Easy over there angry4pe your envy is apparent. Sorry the failed race of bantus can’t create anything more then a 3rd world dysfunctional corrupt cesspool. Usually where ever u reside is a polluted dump too. You’re a pox on any nation that will have u including the plethora of failed states in the dark continent.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  298. Don’t worry the CCP knows exactly what to do w/ the chinese feminists. I’ll applaud their efforts.

  299. peterAUS says:
    @Rich

    Hahaha…oh boy.

    Social intelligence etc. Must be age.

    Anyway, you’ve been studying that. Great. How about a question? Again, in a good faith. Oh, wait, it’s insulting.
    Still, here it is and it IS related to the “human wave assaults” thing.

    A student of military history would read a fictional book, or two, about wars. So, I presume you’ve read the “Thin Red Line”?! Failing that, you must’ve seen the movie.
    So…..why that company didn’t assault that Jap strongpoint at night?
    A couple of elements, I guess.

    I’ll help with the first element:
    Because the artillery preparation was easier. Now, when we are on that (artillery), a sub-question: why did they do just a preparation, but not a support of the actual assault?
    Second, more important, element is? And directly related to the “human wave assaults” thing.

    C’mon, give it a go.

    Failing that, anyone?

    • Replies: @Rich
  300. US spooks stir shit in Hong Kong and Taiwan in attempt to goad China into being assholes like the assholes in Israel are toward Gaza and their neighbors. They want “comparative optics of aggression and oppression.” It’s an undignified douche bag style of geopolitics.

    Ire precisely this type of hamhanded Clintonesque fuckery that will eventually lead to a war that the hyper-empowered Jew diaspora in the US is quite unprepared for.

    That old woman reporter that Obama had fired from the White House Press Room for asking why didn’t they simply move back to Russia, Germany and Poland, instead of building settlements in the West Bank, was very prescient.

  301. d dan says:
    @Deep Thought

    “Poor Dan …”

    Hey, stop talking bad things about “me” behind my back, would you? 😀

    Seriously, I sense there is some shift of focus to make Chinese people angry about their government since the Zhengzhou flooding. Every recent disasters, man-made or natural, major or small, deadly or not, see some groups stirring emotion in Internet – and I doubt they were grass-root grievances because of their coordination. There are also efforts to create hatred against Indian and Japanese (you can even read some comments in Unz along that line, e.g. let India invade China and rule over China), because stirring hatred among Vietnamese and Indians against Chinese obviously did NOT work in the past.

    I see talking bad things of Xi’s handling of Covid 19 as part of the same project. It is trying to capitalize on the inconveniences suffer by the people. Same for the recent reporting of the presence of US troops in Taiwan.

    • Thanks: Deep Thought
  302. @Metropole

    No US built nuclear subs will ever be delivered to Australia. The US buys spy drones from China. It’s unlikely a woke General Dynamics will be building subs.

  303. Sisifo says:
    @The_seventh_shape

    The last time I was in Bangkok one of them spat into the swimming pool I was in.

    You do realise that when a person is swimming, his saliva is constantly in contact with water? Balls, dick and anus, too.

  304. Since 1945, big wars have been stirred up in East Asia each time Americans prepare a significant land grab for Israel.

    Japan. Korea. Vietnam. Now China.

  305. denk says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    The elite 1st marine army corp, sword of America, was reeling under the PLA 9th army corp attack and fast retreating, right into the jaw of a waiting PLA company, who had outflanked the gringo, waiting in ambush.
    When the gringo rolled past the PLA position unmolested, the Chinese commander was furious,

    ‘where the hell are those [email protected]#\$%^, have they deserted their posts ?’

    The commander went to investigate, he was stunned by what greeted him.
    The battle hardened general broke down and sob uncontrollably

    The entire company was frozen into ice sculpture, couched in their position, rifles still pointing forward, ready to attack.
    The men didnt run away, they stay in their posts, battered by a blistering snow storm, in -40C temperature, unflinching, until the very end.

    This is the spirit of 冰雕连,The ice sculptured Company, ..
    A story that makes grown man cry.

    Gen Mcarthur,

    Those who wanna fight the PLA needs to have their heads examined.

  306. Rich says:
    @peterAUS

    Is that where you learned about military tactics, James Jones? You probably read and reread the homosexual scenes and got very excited. That’s okay, life is short. Sometimes I wonder what I’m doing here, but once in a while I come across an interesting character who convinces me of something, or teaches me something. You ain’t that guy. Best of luck.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  307. @mulga mumblebrain

    Totally agree.

    BTW, why is there a golden square appeared around my post? What does that mean?

  308. antibeast says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    In all honesty, the Chinese don’t care if the USA is evil or not. What the Chinese care about is whether the USA can pay its debts owed to China (and the world), not whether the USA wants to invade another Muslim country or ‘contain’ China by selling nuclear submarines to Australia.

    What the Chinese worry about is the fact that the Fed has resorted to devaluing the USD by printing more Benjamins in the last 18 months than during the last 100 years. The Chinese have simply lost confidence in the hyper-inflated US financial system which explains the recent decision by Chinese authorities to stop Chinese tech startups from selling their shares to US stock markets because China does not need nor want those trillions of printed USDs. What China wants is to internationalize the RMB by opening up its financial system to foreign firms such as Black Rock, thereby reducing its dependence on the USD as well as bypass the hyper-inflated US financial system.

    All this talk of gloom and doom in Xi’s China misses the whole point entirely which is that Xi doesn’t want China to experience another economic crisis such as the one caused by the GFC 2008. Everything that Xi’s China is doing today — deleveraging its property sector, cracking down on its tech sector, restricting USD capital inflows to its tech startups — are meant to insulate the Chinese economy from the impending collapse of the US economy.

    It’s the US economy, mate. That’s the gravest threat to Xi’s China.

    • Agree: dogbumbreath, vox4non
  309. @mulga mumblebrain

    … recognise that the USA is uniquely Evil, genocidal, aggressive and thus dangerous, in all history.

    Some other clear minds do too:

    ‘US diplomats are trained to rely on a combination of cold, hard, strategic calculations and ruthless deal-making. While all nations have elements of realism in their geopolitical calculus, few can bring themselves to abandon morality and ethics on the scale that the US does. While other nations may be guided at least partially by human values – say, whether their decisions will lead to civilian deaths – US leaders are unconcerned by such trivialities. US bureaucrats are determined to get the job done and serve US hegemony – no matter the number of murdered children or destroyed cities they leave in their wake’

    ‘In essence, the foreign policy of the US regime – and indeed, that of most western regimes from Britain to Nazi Germany – is merely a reflection of western values: institutionalized racism, a willingness to commit military aggression and even genocide to achieve goals, an unbridled nihilism disguised as vacuous optimism, a constant mistrust of others, an inability to appreciate differences, and a civilizational affinity for hypocrisy and deception.’

    ‘… As Henry Kissinger, one of America’s most murderous Secretaries of State, whose wit was outmatched only by his sadism, once put it: “The illegal we do immediately, the unconstitutional takes a little longer.”’

    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/533574-us-india-allies-against-china/

  310. PN says:

    “To the extent that I am a Chinese shill, this is the thing: as long as China is standing as an independent country, this world government cannot exist. Therefore, I am “pro-CCP” in that I am against this lunatic plan for a global tyrannical government. I also admire their strength as a people, nation, and race. How could I not admire them, when they’re the only thing standing between me and a brutal hell on earth?”

    Here’s the thing: what if China’s overlords are simply driving up the price for their cooperation with global tyrannical government? That price being something along the order of: if you want this to happen, we’re in charge (or at least we have a lot of seats at the table). Because in my view China’s resistance to “global tyrannical government” is explicable by nothing more than their own cold self-interest. They’ll be on board in a second once they get what they want.

    The Chinese are not your friends, not your allies, not your saviors. They look at all of humanity as insects, never forget that. This is coming from someone who lived there, so it’s not all western propaganda I’m spouting here.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  311. @Deep Thought

    Golden square means Ron Unz has singled it out as a top comment worthy of notice.

    • Replies: @Deep Thought
  312. @cosMICjester

    A particularly low example of racist imbecility.

    • Replies: @cosMICjester
  313. peterAUS says:
    @Rich

    ….You probably read and reread the homosexual scenes and got very excited…..

    Freudian slip, a? Sad, actually.
    Not long now, fortunately. Good luck at the other side. Which one..the Third? Or it’s Fourth circle?
    Good luck.

    • Replies: @Rich
  314. @Commentator Mike

    Never expected to get one of that. Thanks, Ron! 🙂

  315. Avery says:
    @antibeast

    {Europeans invented the military tactics known as ‘human-waves’ as part of ‘trench warfare’ during WWI which saw some of the bloodiest battles in European history: Somme, Verdun, Passchendaele, etc.}

    Doubtful, although Europeans upped it a rung on the bravery scale by going wave after wave against entrenched newly perfected* machine guns: very effective in mowing down ‘human-waves’.

    If you read detailed accounts of US civil war major battles, there were many, many instances of masses of both Union and Confederate troops charging entrenched enemy, and getting mowed down by the thousands under a hail of concentrated rifle fire. What is amazing is that new waves of soldiers (both sides) kept at the suicidal charges, even as the previous wave was completely wiped out and bodies piled up……The new charging wave of attackers had to climb over the piled up bodies of their buddies to reach the enemy’s positions. Grim.

    Another famous example: the 300 Spartans**.
    Persian “Immortals” kept charging the Spartans, wave after wave, got slaughtered, and yet new waves kept replacing those who got wiped out before.

    In England, when Queen Boudica fought the Roman invaders, at the final decisive battle, Governor Seutonius had about 10,000 in his force, facing about 200,000 or so of Boudica’s fighters and camp followers.

    The Celt warriors kept charging the Roman legions, who had organized themselves into a wedge, and kept slaughtering the waves of charging Celts, who lost an estimated 80,000 killed (vs ~400 legionnaires.) Eventually Celts apparently ran out of able bodied fighters or lost their nerve and were routed. The Romans slaughtered everyone they could grab: wounded, men, women, children,….

    I am guessing that even before Romans, there were human wave attacks by one side or the other – as long as men fought in wars.

    _______________
    *much improved on its distant predecessor, the Gatling Gun.

    ** there were other Greek fighting groups there initially, but the Spartans stayed to fight to the death to buy time for the rest of Greek units went back to their cities to prepare defenses….

    • Replies: @antibeast
  316. @Rahan

    So sorry, sometimes I forget that other commenters might be kids or kid like.

    It is my fault I treat them like thinking adults.

    • Replies: @Rahan
  317. Rich says:
    @peterAUS

    You brought up the homo-erotic WW2 author, James Jones, as some kind of military authority, not me. But enough, I hope you really are in Australia. You deserve the permanent lockdowns.

    • Replies: @Rogue
  318. @Deep Thought

    You’ve been gold flagged?

    • Replies: @Deep Thought
  319. antibeast says:
    @Avery

    According to U.S. Army analyst Edward C. O’Dowd, the technical definition of a human wave attack tactic is a frontal assault by densely concentrated infantry formations against an enemy line, without any attempts to shield or to mask the attacker’s movement. The goal of a human wave attack is to maneuver as many men as possible into close range, hoping that the shock from a large mass of attackers engaged in melee combat would force the enemy to disintegrate or fall back.

    You are right that ‘human-wave’ tactics have been around since ancient times but the Europeans were the first in modern times to employ ‘human-wave’ tactics as part of trench warfare during WWI. The technical definition (see above) involves a ‘frontal assault by concentrated infantry formations against an enemy line, without any attempts to shield or to mask the attacker’s movement.’

    In other words, the infantry divisions would charge directly into enemy fire using massive numbers of ‘human waves’ to overwhelm the defensive positions of the enemy frontlines. That’s not what happened during the Korean War when the Chinese PVA troops managed to infiltrate the enemy frontlines by disguising themselves as Korean civilians during the day and marching at night bivouac style to surround US defensive positions. Using bugle horns to sound the start of the attack, the Chinese PVA then launched a coordinated pincer-style attack against US troops from their flanks while waiting to ambush them from their rear after their frontlines collapsed. This tactic is more appropriately called ‘human infiltration’ because the Chinese PVA troops went AROUND the US frontlines and attacked the US defensive positions from their flanks. There were no massed infantry divisions of Chinese PVA troops directly attacking US frontlines in ‘human waves’ which is what happened in Somme, Verdun and other battles during WWI.

    My main point is that Europeans not the Chinese were the first to employ such ‘human waves’ tactics in modern times.

    • Agree: Avery, Godfree Roberts
    • Disagree: Dingo bay rum
  320. @PN

    As the Russian saying goes Heaven is high, and the Czar is far.

    Translate: No matter what you say some slopes half a planet away are better than the joo in our neck.

  321. Chinaman says:
    @ChineseMom

    At the beginning, I was shocked by my schoolmates’ ignorance about the West and western democracy

    I even started a company in NYC … But 6 month of living there woke me up from any illusions I have from the west.

    The CIA coup in Hong Kong ( where I am from) , the despicable lies about COVID, Meng’s kidnapping completely turned me against the US.

    I can’t wait for WW3 so I can get some white meat. Put me on the front lines. I don’t mind if PLA asked me to strap on a dozen grenades and take some white pussies and snowfakes with me.

    It will be a great honour. A tribute to the 800 forebears who defended the 四行倉庫 against the Japanese. Bring it on, you white pussies.

  322. Jazman says:
    @Godfree Roberts

    I can confirm same thing with my experience regarding Chinese people

  323. @mulga mumblebrain

    Yet u can’t refute a thing I said. The “TRUF” is racist to mumblebrain mulignan m0r0ns. By the way weak soft moral worms lose. Predators win.

  324. Rogue says:
    @Rich

    I have a question for you.

    I’ve only read one book about the Korean War, and it was a good couple of decades ago.

    I seem to recall the British author of that book, Max Hastings, saying that when the American troops were initially routed it was the Black US units that were particularly poor. The US army was not racially integrated at the time.

    I believe that racial integration within the US military happened as a result of this.

    I know I’m slightly off-topic on your discussion thread, but would you know if this is basically the truth?

    • Replies: @Rich
  325. Rahan says:
    @littlereddot

    So sorry, sometimes I forget that other commenters might be kids or kid like.

    It is my fault I treat them like thinking adults.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  326. Hey Mr. Anglin, if you’re reading this I have a small request.

    I have a good friend who recently has been swept up into the anti-China BS by the likes of kosher gatekeeper podcasters like Salty Cracker and now America Floats. They both look very Jewish and work around the clock to project all the anti-white activities of the tribe onto China, and they are choking people off from reaching counter-Semites like yourself. They claim China owns the US media, controls our government, and that “Chicoms” are behind every single anti-white agenda you see throughout the media. Apparently the Chinese are the ones flooding white countries with 3rd world invaders (mostly young men) through the use of Chinese NGOs, because, well, reasons. I actually was told that Israel couldn’t be powerful because it’s a small country, while China is big. I’m not fucking kidding you.

    There was an article that appeared on Yahoo News (now removed) about students putting up Turning Point USA anti-China propaganda around campus at Emerson college. They use the Among Us meme, with a red avatar above the phrase “China kinda sus”.

    This is the kind of shit that is redirecting angry whites away from the real (and well documented) source of all the anti-white propaganda in the media, and unfortunately people are falling for it. If you want an example, just watch “The Salty Cracker” or “America Floats” on Bitchute.

    One of my best and oldest friends of all time is caught up in this crap and it’s ruining his once stable marriage. I don’t have nearly the reach, understanding, or skills that you do for shedding light on these lies that are circumventing people from finding out the group that is behind the anti-white agenda.

    You have shown us that the Chinese can’t really meme that well and are kind of autistic when compared to whites, yet the Chinese are getting scapegoated for all the stuff being done to our race by the Chosen ones.

    If you could dedicate some time to discussing this phenomena/problem in your upcoming articles (maybe give a few good talking points when talking to brainwashed friends) I would be forever grateful. I hate to see whites who are waking up to the attacks on them, only to see them directed at more kosher-acceptable targets. I’m really getting to my wits end with these (obviously Jewish) gatekeepers subverting white rage.

    Thanks for all you do, love reading your content every day.

  327. Weaver says:
    @Badger Down

    There’s some sort of law of the universe that whenever a person mocks another’s grammar, as I did, he’s caught making a mistake.

    I tried mastering English in my university classes. The teachers concluded I’m good enough, focused on those who weren’t. You helped me with your correction as much as they did in two semesters. I had thought “Although” = “However.” Also, I had come to conclude it’s OK to start with “But.” But, maybe it isn’t in most cases. 😛

    If I make another mistake, by all means correct me. I expect guys learn best that way. Girls seem to hate being corrected; I love it.

    Sometimes when I’m posting here, I’m posting quickly and on a tablet, which even changes my wording in bizarre ways. So, anyway. Nevertheless, it is invaluable to have someone picking through another’s writing, correcting mistakes. Coal to diamond. I learned English not from school but from reading. I used to read all the time, constantly reading. If I ever master English, then I help any who read me to become better. It’s a virtuous cycle.

  328. anon[229] • Disclaimer says:
    @littlereddot

    Wrong, in Mandarin there is a distinct difference between L and R.
    Sun is Re
    Cold is Le

    No, actually you are wrong. It’s not a distinct difference. Phonetically, the rhotic in Mandarin is not the equivalent of an English /ɹ/, which is consistently retroflex. You’re conflating the pinyin “r”, which uses the Latin script for transcribing Mandarin words, with the English “r.” The manner of articulation in Mandarin may sometimes approximate that of the English, but it’s very common for Mandarin speakers to conflate the approximants (that is, the “l” and “r” sounds), especially when they have only a beginner-level proficiency in English. Anyone who has done language exchange with Mandarin speakers can tell you this. This is not to say that Mandarin speakers can’t master the difference with practice. They most definitely can. By the same token, English-speakers learning Mandarin for the first time have a distinct difficulty pronouncing Chinese words like 人 (i.e. people), which can come across as funny to Chinese speakers. In fact, the example you gave of “sun” (i.e. 日) is particularly telling because it can be very difficult for foreigners to pronounce it distinctly from “hot” (热), the difficulty of the rhotic being compounded by the fact that the vowels are also difficult to differentiate in this context. However, since there are relatively few foreigners who attempt to learn Mandarin, historically there’s been less of a tendency to stereotype foreign accents among Chinese, unlike in the US, where encounters with immigrants are much more common.

    You’re not as clever as you’d like to believe either.

  329. Weaver says:
    @Deep Thought

    This us vs them thinking is incredibly strange. I’m talking about political science. I’m not making an “American” argument. I’m making an argument argument.

    You can’t absorb everyone. Russia tried to absorb Jews; look what happened. (They failed, and Jews claim it was anti-Semitic.)

    Furthermore, China absorbing a related group is one thing. Absorbing a group that is wholly different is another entirely. Also, there’s no identity if you marry everyone.

    How is China even different from America? Orwell’s Oceania battling with Orwell’s Eastasia. How boring; how meaningless. It’s like Vermont competing with Connecticut, lol.

  330. peterAUS says:

    Re that….. emotionally charged…….. topic, food for thought:
    https://historum.com/threads/infantry-armor-tactics-of-the-korean-war.77816/
    “attila006” posts in particular.
    The (longish) post on the very first page, starting with
    “I think the tactical necessity…”
    is a good intro.

    Hey, Ron, how about you use it as one of references for that (planned) scribbling of yours?

    As a counter-favor, any up do date thread here, soon, for us “anti-vaxers” to chat a bit?
    Just create it and leave us be there.
    Savvy?

  331. @Deep Thought

    Dan is not alone:

    [MORE]

    1990. China’s economy has come to a halt. The Economist
    1996. China’s economy will face a hard landing. The Economist
    1998. China’s economy’s dangerous period of sluggish growth. The Economist
    1999. Likelihood of a hard landing for the Chinese economy. Bank of Canada
    2000. China currency move nails hard landing risk coffin. Chicago Tribune
    2001. A hard landing in China. Wilbanks, Smith & Thomas
    2002. China Seeks a Soft Economic Landing. Westchester University
    2003. Banking crisis imperils China. New York Times
    2004. The great fall of China? The Economist
    2005. The Risk of a Hard Landing in China. Nouriel Roubini
    2006. Can China Achieve a Soft Landing? International Economy
    2007. Can China avoid a hard landing? TIME
    2008. Hard Landing In China? Forbes
    2009. China’s hard landing. China must find a way to recover. Fortune
    2010: Hard landing coming in China. Nouriel Roubini
    2011: Chinese Hard Landing Closer Than You Think. Business Insider
    2012: Economic News from China: Hard Landing. American Interest 
    2013: A Hard Landing In China. Zero Hedge 
    2014. A hard landing in China. CNBC
    2015. Congratulations, You Got Yourself A Chinese Hard Landing. Forbes 
    2016. Hard landing looms for China. The Economist
    2017. Is China’s Economy Going To Crash? National Interest
    2018. China’s Coming Financial Meltdown. The Daily Reckoning.
    2019 China’s Economic Slowdown: How worried should we be? BBC
    2020. Coronavirus Could End China’s Decades-Long Economic Growth Streak. NY Times
    2021 China’s economy is now on shaky ground–Atlantic Council

    • Thanks: Deep Thought
  332. @Rich

    The PLA never, to my knowledge, used suicide tactic, especially against the temporary, low value targets they encountered in the Korean countryside. Throughout its entire history, the PLA has been loss-averse, partly because it eschewed Chiang’s tactic of forced conscription. The last general use of real ‘human waves’ was in Europe, in WWI.

    The PLA tactic was called “human wave,” a term they borrowed was from Sun Tzu, who advised commanders to “attack like water” – flowing over or around enemy positions. It was about encirclement and successive thrusts at different points on the enemy’s defensive perimeter.

    Under cover of darkness, Chinese troops massed before a UN position. To the sound of bugles and gongs – strange and terrifying sounds – men stormed forward in closely packed ranks, volleying hand grenades and seeking to overrun automatic weapons in a quick, concerted dash.

    The CPVA aimed to “grab the enemy by the belt buckle” to invalidate air support and artillery: Max Desfor, an AP photographer who won a Pulitzer in Korea, said the fighting was closer than in Okinawa in 1945. And most combat took place at night.

    While the frontal assault went in, other Chinese units would be infiltrating the UN rear, preventing the embattled unit from evacuating their wounded or bringing up supplies of ammunition. When the unit tried to withdraw, usually in vehicles down a dirt road, it would be halted by roadblocks and mown down in ambushes from high ground.

    Using it, the CPVA inflicted the worst defeats suffered by both the US Army – the destruction of two regiments of the 2nd Infantry Division in “The Gauntlet” at Kunu-ri , 1950 – and the British Army – the annihilation of the Gloster battalion after a three-day battle of the Imjin River in 1951.

    Command posts estimated they were facing two million enemy; in fact, CPVA numbers were barely one tenth of that. Panicked UN units charged southward, pell-mell, in a “scorched earth” dash that left North Korea smoldering. It was the longest retreat in US military history: “The Big Bug Out.”

    UN forces were not just defeated; they were humiliated.

    China’s intervention was launched in October. By Christmas, North Korea was clear of UN troops. It was a tremendous achievement by under-equipped light infantry, operating without air cover.

    • Disagree: Rich
  333. Weaver says:
    @Deep Thought

    The West certainly has imperial thinking in its history. Look at Alexander the Great. He ordered his Greek troops to have children with Egyptians, forced intermarriage. Similarly, Alexander’s father pursued an extreme campaign to unite his lands. The “West” knows the same history the “East” knows. Because politics is politics is politics.

    But Alexander wanted to be emperor. His empire would unite around him, not around ethnicity. China has no emperor. What will China unite around?

    Currently, China has nationalism. You can say otherwise, but China has nationalism. If it loses that, it has nothing. Stalin, athwart Trotsky, gave his people a homeland, revived the church, because he knew they wouldn’t fight otherwise.

    Furthermore, rejecting transhumanism is the great struggle of our time. How will the Chinese resist without nationalism? This East vs. West thinking is leading you to muddled thought. I can argue from multiple civilisations. I can start using India if you want. Asoka united India, as did others at different times. Peace and prosperity was enjoyed. But it came at a cost. You don’t seem to appreciate the cost.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  334. @antibeast

    Against the advice of Mao, Kim got Stalin to support his invasion of South Korea

    Kim got Stalin’s reluctant support for a war, but not his approval for an attack. It was the South that attacked, says Sir John Pratt, KBE, CMG, an authority on China. He held appointments in the Foreign Service at many places in China and was for 13 years Adviser on Far Eastern Affairs in the Foreign Office. He was for two years head of the Far Eastern Section of the Ministry of Information. He was, for 20 years, the Foreign Secretaries’ representative on the Universities China Committee. He is now Vice-Chairman of the Board of Governors of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

    [MORE]

    There is overwhelming evidence that Syngman Rhee and his American supporters started the civil war on 25 June 1950, and it was in order to prevent this evidence being produced and sifted that the United States Government insisted that a Security Council resolution condemning the North Koreans should be adopted the same day. The war was not manufactured, as some people make out, to safeguard British and American interests. That is the sort of stupid charge that often spoils a good case. The war had its origin in the hysterical fear that the mere word Communism produces in America and in the crime rackets and witch-hunts which are a normal feature of American political life and which are now employed to achieve American aims in world affairs.

    The State Department’s White Paper on US Relations with China — a volume of 1020 pages published in August 1949 — was a public confession of the failure of the policy of backing Chiang Kai-shek as a barrier against the spread of Communism in Asia. Since 1945 the US Government had given Chiang Kai-shek 2000 million dollars, the whole of which had gone into the pockets of his Kuomintang officials, as well as 1000 million dollars’ worth of military supplies, the whole of which his generals had sold to the Communists. During 1949 the Kuomintang Administration disintegrated and Chiang Kai-shek fled to Formosa. A few months later the party led by Mao Tze Tung gained control of the whole country and, on 1 October 1949, established the People’s Republic of China, with the capital at Peking. In January 1950, Truman and Dean Acheson announced the new policy they had decided to adopt: neither Formosa nor Korea would be included in the ‘American perimeter of defence’; Formosa had been restored to China in 1945 in accordance with the Cairo and Potsdam Declarations and the terms of the Japanese surrender; it has become once more a province of China and the US would not intervene in the civil war between the Nationalists in Formosa and the Communists in China.

    This policy was denounced by the Republicans as appeasement of Communism, and in a few weeks Senator McCarthy began making speeches in which he declared that the State Department was full of Communists who were selling out their country. The White Paper showed that the Kuomintang administration had fallen to incredible depths of corruption and incompetence and had reduced the people of China to unprecedented depths of misery and despair, but, according to McCarthy, the collapse of Chiang Kai-shek was due, not to his own defects, but to the treachery of the Communists in the State Department. A Sub-Committee of the Senate, which spent five months enquiring into these charges, declared that they:

    … represent perhaps the most nefarious campaign of half-truths and untruth in the history of this Republic… For the first time in our history we have seen the totalitarian technique of the big lie employed on a sustained basis… We have seen the character of our government employees destroyed by public condemnation on the basis of gossip, distortion, hearsay and deliberate untruths. This has been done without the slightest vestige of respect for even the most elementary rules of evidence or fair-play or, indeed, common decency. We have seen an effort to inflame the American people with a wave of hysteria and fear on an unbelievable scale.

    The free world looked on aghast at the hysteria and unreason of the McCarthy witch-hunt, but the American people believed McCarthy and the leaders of the Republican Party rallied to his support. General Marshall was responsible both for the State Department and its Chinese policy and, as the Economist pointed out, ‘he could, with his immense national prestige, have scattered the State Department traducers with a few words’, but General Marshall remained silent and Truman soon realised that unless he capitulated to McCarthy he would lose votes in the Presidential election. ‘The moral and intellectual squalor of this period’, said the New Yorker, ‘has not been equalled in living memory.’ In April 1950, Foster Dulles, a Republican, was appointed ‘Top Consultant’ in the State Department and Truman gave an assurance that he would be consulted both in the formulation and the execution of foreign policy. Since then Truman has, step by step, carried out the Republican policy in the Far East.

    In the latter half of June 1950, Foster Dulles and the two defence chiefs went by air to Tokyo to hold a conference with MacArthur. The decisions reached were published in some detail in the press in America; MacArthur insisted, and the others agreed, that America should have bases in Japan, Formosa and Korea from which she could dominate both China and Russia; in order to secure these bases it would be necessary to:

    1. Exclude China and Russia from the negotiations for a peace treaty with Japan. This was a violation of the agreement made in 1942 not to make a separate peace with any of the enemy countries.
    2. Cordon off Formosa and supply military aid to Chiang Kai-shek, who had fled from China in 1949. This was a violation of the Cairo and Potsdam agreements and armed aggression on what was admittedly a Chinese province.
    3. Supply military aid to Syngman Rhee in South Korea against the Communists in North Korea.
    These decisions involved a complete reversal of the policy announced in January and immediate action was necessary because:
    a. A plan for unifying Korea by conference and negotiation had been launched by the North Koreans and was having such success that Syngman Rhee’s government in South Korea was on the verge of internal collapse.
    b. The Peking Government intended to drive Chiang Kai-shek out of Formosa in about three weeks’ time.

    The Tokyo scheme might be wrecked if there were even a few days’ delay in obtaining the approval of the US Government. The difficulty was that, only six months earlier, both Truman and Acheson had been very emphatic that the status of Formosa had been finally settled in 1945. It was Chinese territory and the traditional American policy called for international respect for the territorial integrity of China. Acheson, in particular, had insisted that the US would not allow the 1945 decision to be upset by any lawyer’s quibble about waiting for a peace treaty. It was essential, he said, to maintain in the world the belief that the Americans were decent and honourable people who, when they took a position, stuck to it and did not change by reason of transitory advantage. It is not surprising, therefore, that on 23 June Dean Acheson told a press conference in Washington that the discussions in Tokyo had not altered US policy as stated by President Truman in January. The only way out of this difficulty was to present Truman and Acheson with a fait accompli. At dawn on Sunday, 25 June, Syngman Rhee launched a sudden attack which took the North Koreans by surprise. His forces crossed the 38th parallel at several places and captured Haeju, some miles to the north on the road to Pyongyang. The North Koreans staged a counter-offensive and the South Koreans threw down their arms and fled. The North Koreans then drove on across the parallel and staged a full-scale invasion of South Korea.

    For nearly a year both North and South Koreans had been expecting civil war to break out, and each side was confident of victory. The American Military Advisory Group, who had created the South Korean army, were convinced that one South Korean division could defeat three North Korean divisions and Syngman Rhee had often boasted that, if they were allowed to start, his forces could capture Pyongyang, the Northern capital, in three days. These were ludicrous miscalculations. Ten months later (6 May 1951) General MacArthur told a Committee of the Senate what had happened:
    The South Koreans were no match for them at all; and the disposition by the South Koreans of their logistic potential was extraordinarily poor. They had put their supplies and equipment close to the 38th parallel. They hadn’t developed any positions in depth. Everything between the 38th parallel and Seoul was their area of depot. When they lost that immediate line they lost their supplies. They were not able apparently to destroy them en masse; so that at one initial stroke this North Korean army had a new supply base in the area between the 38th parallel and Seoul, which enabled them to press south with the full strength of their base being immediately behind them. They no longer had to rely on the long distance from the Yalu to get their supplies down.

    General MacArthur’s evidence contradicts at all material points the report of the United Nations’ military observers, which is the one document always cited as proof that the South Korean forces ‘were taken completely by surprise’ (see Appendix II).

    It was not an international war but a civil war, with which the United Nations would not normally be concerned. The United States Government decided, however, to treat it as an international war and to secure the condemnation of the North Koreans before any evidence could be produced and before the Soviet delegate could resume his place on the Security Council. Ambassador Muccio’s report reached the State Department at 9.26pm on 24 June, eastern daylight time (11.26am, 25 June, Korean time), and at midnight EDT, namely, 2.00pm, 25 June, Korean time (see Appendix II (e)) the Secretary-General telegraphed to the United Nations Commission in Seoul asking for a report. Some hours later the Commission sent a telegram in reply (S/1496) stating that Syngman Rhee had not planned to appeal to the Security Council, but had no objection to their being informed of this ‘latest turn of events’. The telegram threw no light on the origin of the fighting but merely stated that each side accused the other. At the urgent request of the US Government the Security Council met at Lake Success at 2.00pm EDT the same day. The US delegate said that the facts were set out in the Commission’s telegram (S/1496) and that his government considered that ‘this wholly illegal and unprovoked attack by the North Korean forces constitutes a breach of the peace and an act of aggression’. The Yugoslav delegate protested that the evidence before them did not enable the Council to decide which was the guilty party, but he received no support. The American resolution was adopted and the North Koreans were condemned unheard.

    This monstrous act of injustice was rendered possible by the subservient attitude of the British delegate and the absence from the Security Council of both China and Russia. On 13 January 1950, the Security Council decided that the delegate from Formosa should be accepted as the representative of China. The British delegate abstained from voting but the Russian delegate protested against China’s exclusion from the United Nations and refused to attend any further meetings of the Security Council. He maintained that valid decisions could not be taken so long as China was prevented from occupying the permanent seat on the Security Council to which she was entitled. If other countries, and especially Great Britain, had had the moral courage to adopt the same policy there would have been no Korean War but, in the event, it merely meant that in the absence of a Russian delegate, on 25 June the United States was able to secure the condemnation of the North Koreans. Mr Malik resumed his seat on 1 August, but by then the United Nations had been drawn into the Korean War.

    On 27 June, before the next meeting of the Security Council, President Truman announced that he had sent the Seventh Fleet to cordon off Formosa, alleging as his pretext that the Korean War was proof that ‘Communism had begun to use armed invasion and war to conquer independent countries’. A year later, on 5 July 1951, the Chicago Tribune published an editorial under the heading ‘Truman’s Fear: Not the Reds but Depression’. The contention of the article was that the burden of armaments had been imposed on the world, not from genuine fear of Communist aggression, but in order to relieve the American economy of its nightmare dread of depression: ‘No reports from any quarter prove that Russia has any intention, within the foreseeable future, of embarking on a general war.’

    On 28 June, Chou En-lai, the Foreign Minister of the Peking Government, declared that the US had instigated Syngman Rhee to attack the North Koreans in order to create a pretext for sending the Seventh Fleet to Formosa, an act which he denounced as armed aggression against Chinese territory. On 29 June, Dean Acheson made an attempt to answer this accusation. In a speech to the annual convention of the American Newspapers Guild in Washington, he declared that the Security Council’s resolution of 25 June, condemning the North Koreans, had been adopted within 20 hours ‘after hearing the report of the UN Commission labelling the Communist action an unprovoked act of aggression’. This calculated lie has formed the basis of all subsequent accounts of the origin of the Korean War.

    After the condemnation of the North Koreans attempts were made to find evidence and arguments to support the American case. We were asked to believe:
    1. That Soviet Russia had launched her puppet, North Korea, against the South Koreans at the moment when there was no Russian delegate on the Security Council;
    2. That the North Koreans started a civil war at the moment when their own unification-by-conference plan was on the point of succeeding;
    3. That this plan was intended solely for its screening effect; and
    4. That it was a mere coincidence that the civil war happened to break out at the very moment when
    MacArthur was urgently in need of a pretext for cordoning off Formosa.

    A year later, when Acheson was asked to explain how it was that 51 Chinese Nationalists, residing in America, had made a profit of 30 million dollars by cornering the market in soya beans just before the Korean War broke out, he replied that this had created a serious situation, but that it was a matter that concerned the Department of Agriculture. We were also told that the report of the United Nations’ military observers proved that it must have been the North Koreans who began the war, but, no doubt through inadvertence, this myth has been exploded by General MacArthur’s evidence quoted above. In any case all that the report of the military observers proved was that neither side seemed to be expecting an immediate outbreak of hostilities. Paragraph 8 of the report, which showed that the North Koreans were not preparing to attack, was omitted from the version published in the British White Paper laid before Parliament (Cmnd 8078). The White Paper also suppressed the United Nations’ telegram from Seoul of 25 June (S/1496) which would have shown that the North Koreans were condemned unheard on a charge for which no evidence has ever been produced.

    Attempts were also made to allay the anxiety aroused both in England and America by the prospect of being involved in war in Korea. We were assured that what the United Nations were being asked to undertake was a defensive police action in order to restore the position as it was before 25 June, and that there would be no crossing of the 38th parallel. If that promise had been kept, it would have made it difficult for the United States to include Korea within the American perimeter of defence. Korea could not be used as a base from which to bomb and menace China and Russia until the Syngman Rhee Government had been established in control of North Korea.

    General MacArthur was appointed Supreme Commander of the United Nations’ Forces and on 15 July President Rhee assigned to him command authority over all South Korean land, sea and air forces. On 1 October the South Korean forces were sent across the 38th parallel and on 9 October they were followed by the rest of the forces under General MacArthur’s command. On 13 October, General MacArthur had a conference with President Truman, who flew to Wake Island for the purpose. With the elections three weeks off he was anxious, we were told, to pluck ‘at least a branch of the laurels of the Korean victory’. In the minutes of the conference which were made public five months later, it is recorded that General MacArthur expressed concern at the opposition in the United Nations to President Rhee, to which President Truman replied: ‘We must make it plain that we are supporting the Rhee Government and propaganda can go to hell.’

    The public have been told that General MacArthur was authorised to cross the 38th parallel by the General Assembly Resolution of 7 October 1950. That is quite untrue. Pandit Nehru warned the Assembly that: ‘Faith in the United Nations might be impaired if the United Nations were even to appear to authorise unification of Korea by the use of force against North Korea after the organisation had resisted the attempt of North Korea to unify the country by force against South Korea.’ But by 7 October the 38th parallel had already been crossed and the South Korean army, under General MacArthur’s supreme command, was advancing on a broad front to the port of Wonsan, 100 miles to the north. Faced with a fait accompli, the General Assembly passed a resolution which declared that United Nations’ forces should not ‘remain in any part of Korea’ longer than necessary. It ‘obliquely recognised’, but it did not authorise, the use of force against North Korea.

    The account given in the British White Paper (Cmnd 8078) has led the public to believe that two separate armies were operating in Korea and that the army under General MacArthur’s command began its advance across the 38th parallel after the General Assembly had passed the resolution of 7 October. No mention is made of the fact that Syngman Rhee placed all the South Korean forces under General MacArthur’s command and that General MacArthur, in accepting this arrangement, wrote: ‘It cannot fail to increase the coordinated power of the United Nations’ forces operating in Korea.’ We allowed ourselves to be tricked into participating in General MacArthur’s invasion of North Korea and we share the responsibility for the miseries the invasion inflicted on the people of Korea. According to a recent United Nations’ report, out of a total population in North Korea of nine millions, one million have been slaughtered and some four millions have fled from their homes southward to escape the obliteration bombing. The Manchester Guardian’s comment was that this shows what a popular government they had in North Korea.

    The MacArthur policy called for military aid to Chiang Kai-shek as well as to Syngman Rhee. In August, MacArthur paid a visit to Formosa and made it known to all the world that his aim was to restore Chiang Kai-shek to power in China. On 30 September, when the United Nations’ forces were standing on the 38th parallel, Chou En-lai gave warning that the Peking Government could not stand idly by if they invaded North Korea. This was regarded as bluff. North Korea was invaded and then, ignoring British protests, MacArthur made a headlong rush to the Yalu River. Before long he ran into stiff opposition and was forced to make another headlong rush, this time back to the 38th parallel, and it was not until about the first week in January 1951 that the tide turned again in favour of the forces under his command.

    We are still being asked to believe that China’s intervention in North Korea was an act of aggression. WV Purcell, Lecturer in Far Eastern History in Cambridge University, writes as follows:
    The press, generally speaking, asks its readers to see in Korea the unmistakable signs of Soviet aggression. China (they say), at the instigation of Russia, has unwarrantably intervened in Korea to undo the police work of the United Nations. No one who has studied the situation can believe that there is a vestige of evidence for this charge. The fact is that China has reacted in the face of MacArthur’s provocation in an extremely logical and expected way… Chinese intervention came only after a disregarded warning and an exhibition of forbearance. Thus Korea ceased to be a local issue once for all and the United Nations, and the United States in particular, became, to Asia at least, the aggressor. It is hard to believe that MacArthur did not, and does not now, seek a world war.

    On 10 January 1951, a memorandum demanding that China be branded an aggressor was circulated by the State Department to 22 nations. The discussions at Lake Success during the next three weeks make painful reading. Walter Lippmann expressed the hope that the United States was capable of something better than ‘the futile rages of a frustrated child’, and even the Economist complained that ‘American policy seems now to have taken the shape of issuing peremptory instructions to the United Nations by Congressional resolution and then flying into a temper when they are not immediately obeyed’. It seemed that America was deliberately seeking an extension of hostilities. Nevertheless on 1 February 1951, the resolution branding China an aggressor was adopted by the General Assembly.

    This shameful resolution presented Stalin with a case which neither Truman nor Attlee made any attempt to answer. In February 1951, Stalin declared that ‘the United Nations, created as a bulwark for preserving peace, is being turned into an instrument of war’. It was the representatives, he said, of the 10 member countries of the North Atlantic Pact and the 20 Latin American countries ‘who carried the shameful decision on the aggression of the Chinese People’s Republic’, but it is difficult to convince the soldiers sent to fight in Korea ‘that the United States is entitled to defend its security on the territory of Korea and at the frontiers of China, whereas China and Korea have no right to defend their security on their own territory or at the frontiers of China’.

    Up to the end of the eighteenth century China was a great and well-ordered Empire to whom the people of Asia looked up as the fountainhead of civilisation. There followed a century of decay, but during the last 30 years there has been a crisis of rejuvenation, culminating two years ago in the recovery by China of her former proud position with prestige enhanced by an officialdom that is completely incorruptible and an army under perfect discipline. All this is familiar to those who deal with Far Eastern affairs, but any American who states these facts is in danger of being labelled Communist and being made the victim of a witch-hunt.

    General Marshall finds it prudent to declare that ‘China has been virtually conquered by Russia’ and, from President Truman downward, no one dares deny that Mao is a puppet of Stalin and China a tool of Soviet aggression. There is something rather ludicrous in the claim these men make that their country is the leader of the free world. They should bear in mind the words of Euripides: ‘This is true Liberty, when freeborn men, having to advise the public, may speak free: Which he who can and will deserves high praise: Who neither can nor will may hold his peace. What can be juster in a state than this?’

    The new China, unlike the China of Chiang Kai-shek, will not submit to being menaced from places like Formosa and Korea and, rather than submit, will go on fighting till the end of time. This is not yet understood in America. Nor have Americans abandoned their faith in the ignoble slogan, ‘all aid short of war’. It was an unpleasant shock when American soldiers, as well as arms and money, had to be sent to aid Syngman Rhee in his civil war against the North Koreans. It may be some years, therefore, before it is realised that, so long as the United States maintain their present attitude towards the Communist world, so long will they have to send American soldiers to fight in Asia. When this has seeped into the minds of the American people, then, and not till then, will it be possible to re-establish a civilised world order founded on the principles the comity of nations.

    • Agree: mulga mumblebrain
    • Thanks: vox4non
  335. @anon

    Your type said the same thing (just change the names) in the 10′ and the 00’s and the 90’s and the 80’s… You all said Deng was a horrible leader and putting down the 1989 rebellion was going to be the end of him and the PRC.

  336. Andrew,

    This article is very good – in fact better ! than Jay Dyer’s material:

    https://jaysanalysis.com/category/globalism-books-series/

    Although he has been writing about this subject for over a decade.

    He also ties it to satanism / luciferianism .

    Jay’s material is very good, detailed and drills into specific topics.
    This article ties it all together – really good !

    As was “Brief Reflections on Anger and Justice” and “Are Walmarts Secret Military Bases Linked by Hundreds of Miles of Underground Tunnels?” which have a lot of practical, effective moral advice.

    Really good, Thank You !

    • Replies: @Andy Horton
  337. Rich says:
    @Rogue

    Integration of military units, which began during the Korean War through an executive order by Truman, was a big problem for unit cohesion and morale. The performance of segregated black units was sub-par at best, cowardly at times. The 24th Infantry Regiment was so bad that General Kean recommended to the 8th Army that it be disbanded. Leon Gilbert, a black lieutenant, was sentenced to death for cowardice after refusing an order. One of the reasons for forced integration was the unreliability of segregated black units. Integration didn’t work out well, either.

    • Thanks: Rogue
  338. Ryan2 says:
    @Anon

    Don’t you have a blog of your own to simp on?

  339. antibeast says:
    @Godfree Roberts

    Kim got Stalin to support his attempt to reunify Korea which Mao refused to support until US troops crossed the 38th parallel. Mao wanted to call it a day after Chinese PVA troops poured into North Korea and succeeded in driving out US troops back to South Korea. But Kim (and Stalin) wanted the Chinese PVA to invade South Korea again and retake Seoul. The Chinese PVA sustained most of its battlefield casualties during the subsequent battles of retake and defend Seoul as well as the haphazard retreat behind the 38th parallel.

    But the worst disaster came when the USA resorted to bombing every town and city in North Korea which neither Kim nor Stalin could defend against aerial bombardment. Cutoff from its lines of communications to China with its supply-lines in North Korea disrupted by US airpower, the Chinese PVA managed amazingly enough to hold on for another two years defending the frontlines behind the 38th parallel.

    Kim’s (and Stalin’s) failure to defend Seoul and North Korea from US airpower lost the Korean War which is not the fault of the Chinese PVA. The Korean War was poorly-planned and badly-executed with the biggest loser being Korea itself. The North lost 2-3 million people with all its towns and cities destroyed by US airpower while the South too suffered greatly as Seoul was bombed to rubble when the US military fought the North Koreans and later the Chinese PVA to retake Seoul.

    That was the last time Mao would agree to fight any of Kim’s wars. Decades later, Kim would ask Mao to support yet another attempt to retake South Korea following the Communist victory in the Vietnam War. Mao’s reply: ‘Nyet!’. That should have been Stalin’s response to Kim’s ego-trip which led to the Korean War.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  340. denk says:

    Never mind the Jews,
    fuck the MIC,
    mAKE WAY FUKUSA, [they spin it as AUSUK],

    Say it again sam,
    Its the mug stupid. !

    Vast majority of gringo wanna fight China over TW

    Right after their inglorious exit from Afghan, now gringo wanna redeem their honor in TW straits !

    When’ll they ever learn, when’ll they ever learn ?

    https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2021/10/08/anyone-whod-support-going-to-war-over-taiwan-is-a-crazy-idiot/

  341. @Rahan

    Well done.
    To understand sarcasm, one needs an amount of intelligence.

  342. @Weaver

    China has no emperor. What will China unite around?

    China’s new emperor is the CCP.

    The Chinese have always longed for and revered an emperor that works for the good of the people. This is inculcated with 2000 years of Confucianism. Its no wonder that the central government of China has 90% approval rating.

    In the old days of monarchic dynastic succession there was always the risk that individual emperors would be of inferior quality, and the whole country would suffer as a result. With the CCP’s rigorous selection and training process, the risk of “mad king” is reduced somewhat. Time will tell if I am right or wrong.

  343. @antibeast

    You seem remarkably insouciant regarding the typically cowardly US genocide by bombing, plainly a vicious reaction to being bested in the field.

    • Replies: @antibeast
  344. antibeast says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    You misread my last post.

    Driven by his ego to reunify Korea, Kim (and Stalin) failed to anticipate the US military intervention which led to the ‘strategic bombing’ of North Korea. The US military resorted to ‘strategic bombing’ precisely because they couldn’t defeat the Chinese PVA in a ground war. But Kim (and Stalin) couldn’t defend North Korea against US airpower which cost them the Korean War. Mao had nothing to do with nor could he have done anything to prevent the death and destruction caused by the genocidal Yanks in North Korea. The best the Chinese PVA could do was to defend the frontlines behind the 38th parallel which they did. That’s why the Korean War ended in an armistice with both sides stalemated at the 38th parallel.

    Mao would never fight that kind of war which didn’t accomplish anything as the Korean War ended with both North and South now back to square one.

  345. Rosette says:

    “This seems confusing, but it actually isn’t that confusing. Rather, it should not be confusing, but it is, due to the amount of nonsense which abounds in our current cultural landscape.”

    WA HA HA HA, ‘f course!

  346. @antibeast

    Somme? Bullshit, by that stage ( second half of 1916) the British infantry wore steel helmets in action, not flat caps. This is more like Loos or Neuve Chapelle in 1915 – except that the Hun in this ridiculous skit are shooting from a (very undamaged!) concrete pillbox, which belongs to the Flanders campaign of 1917 (Third Ypres). I could go on. I flunk this one.

  347. @Godfree Roberts

    I find it interesting and intriguing that the UN should have got involved on one side in the Korean War as the Soviet Union was a member of the UN Security Council with the power of veto. Then I saw this on wikipedia:

    The Soviet UN ambassador was not present at the UNSC meeting as a result of the Soviet boycott against the UN, rendering the Soviet Union unable to veto resolution 82

    and

    The Soviet Union’s delegate had boycotted all UN meetings because of procedural disagreements over the permanent security council seat going to the Republic of China (Taiwan) over the People’s Republic of China (Mainland) earlier in the year. Soviet ambassador to the United Nations Yakov Malik had been personally ordered not to attend the UNSC meetings by Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations_Security_Council_Resolution_82

    Maybe it would have been best if the UN would have broken up as a result of the Korean War. The Soviet Union should have pulled its satellites out and brought non-UN North Korea and PCR into an alternative organisation. How was the UN rift healed and when and how did the Soviet Union end its boycott of the UN Security Council considering PCR was admitted to the UN, or rather replaced Taiwan, as late as 1971?

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  348. Che Guava says:

    The article is rambling, at times condescending, but generally good points.

    Others, always missing as I think I have said before, Taiwan is not an independent state by definition it is the Republic of Çhina, it is on their banknotes, stamps, names of institutions, passports, etc., and still to make a claim to ruling the whole place.

    The PRC under the CPC (writing CCP is a forced meme pushed by Jewish propagandists and their followers, it is ‘Communist Party of China’, not ‘Chinese Communist Party’) does not seem really impatient.

  349. @Commentator Mike

    It seems that the Korean war could have been averted, or at least UN troops participation in it, if the Soviet ambassador had been present at that UN Security Council meeting and had used his power of veto. How strange that the USSR should have boycotted the UN at the time of such an important meeting. Makes one wonder what was Stalin up to in this regard?

    • Replies: @anon
  350. anon[399] • Disclaimer says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Its possible Stalin wanted to test newly created Red China’s loyalty to the Soviet bloc by allowing the war to occur and future Chinese involvement. Stalin never trusted Mao in particular and saw potential Titoism in Commie China’s future. It seems he was prescient, since Sino-Soviet split and China siding with the West just 20 years later.

    • Thanks: Commentator Mike
    • Replies: @The_MasterWang
  351. anon[244] • Disclaimer says:

    I don’t see a lot of commenters supplying information that would indicate they are familiar with the situations on the ground in China or in Taiwan.

    China cannot get conventional infantry across the Strait for a conventional amphib assault this year. They can’t do it next year. Hypersonic missiles are crucial for both sides. If you want to read serious analyses of the military situation, don’t bother reading Anglin.

    China’s best tactic is bribery. However, the US is not exactly a stranger to bribery. If Taiwanese elites are considering selling out to China, they are also considering selling out to the West, and they would probably get more luxuries in Las Vegas than they would get in Beijing.

    Taiwan has relatively few angry young men, but the young men it does have are stupid and testosterone-addled enough to fight a stupid war resulting in their own deaths. Taiwan has many cowardly old people, but most of them don’t see kneeling to China as a guarantee of safety. So cowardice and inertia might strengthen the US, not China.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
    , @Sisifo
  352. @anon

    Why would cowardice and inertia help the USA?

    All China wants is a status quo. She is fine with Taiwanese de facto self rule, so long as TW does not declare official independence and force China’s hand.

  353. @Andy Horton

    He’s said plenty of times that Washington will attempt to bring everyone down with it. America is not merely a decadent power, but a vengeful one. The malign forces have achieved full-spectrum dominance at the very end of America’s Spenglerian arc, which of course also occasioned them; there is no course but destructive ressentiment.

    I think his mistake is in assuming that China is completely stable in its own right, or anymore than the other powers, from the standpoint of the material limits of civilization. Few pay attention to that as everyone naturally wants the party to go on. But, given the nature of the Chinese, I’m sure they’ll fare better than whitey when shit breaks down hardcore. America will become more Walking Dead while China keeps up a semblance of the modern lifestyle.

    At any rate, they don’t mind making sacrifices.

  354. @Andy Horton

    Absolutely, the underlying reality remains, even in Hellfire.

  355. @The_MasterWang

    He didn’t say he was actively promoting the genocide of the Chinese. He merely made a value judgment and expressed an opinion.

    You, on the other hand, have openly pledged to genocide Whites.

    There’s the difference between us.

    • Replies: @The_MasterWang
  356. @Sample Anonymous

    Jay Dyer is an obvious disinfo glowie

  357. @anon

    The Sino-Soviet split was the result of Mao’s objection to de-Stalinization by the Soviets. Pretty sure that’s the maximum possible degree of not-Titoism.

    • Replies: @antibeast
  358. @Maple Curtain

    Thank you for not somehow thinking I am a Jew.

    And yes, I advocate for the elimination of threats. The need for security trumps all.

  359. antibeast says:
    @The_MasterWang

    The Sino-Soviet split was caused by Mao’s opposition to Khrushchev’s policy of detente with Eisenhower who had began backing the South Vietnamese which would eventually lead to US military involvement in the Vietnam War. To make things worse, Mao was pissed at Khrushchev’s last-minute decision to renege on the ‘nuke-for-grains’ deal that the USSR signed with China in 1957 which was canceled in 1959, right after Khrushchev’s visit to Washington, leading to the full and complete withdrawal of all Soviet technical personnel from China’s A-bomb project in 1960. That year was the start of the Sino-Soviet split which lasted until Deng patched up his differences with the USSR in the late 80s before its collapse in 1991.

    • Thanks: dogbumbreath
  360. Sisifo says:
    @anon

    they would probably get more luxuries in Las Vegas than they would get in Beijing.

    You either haven’t been to Beijing or haven’t been to Las Vegas.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  361. @Sisifo

    You either haven’t been to Beijing or haven’t been to Las Vegas.

    He should try checking out Shanghai too.

    • Replies: @antibeast
  362. antibeast says:
    @littlereddot

    Yankistan is an over-rated Banana Republic.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  363. @antibeast

    Yup, absolutely right. I remember the first time I went to the states. I decided I was going to see what “glamorous” Rodeo Drive and Bel Air and the Hollywood walk of fame looked like. I was thoroughly disappointed.

    One thing that really struck me, was the numbers of homeless people begging everywhere. In all my travels, even in dingy 3rd world countries, I have never seen so many homeless and hopeless people.

    In subsequent trips to the US, I found that this homeless problem was not restricted to the West Coast. I didn’t see too much of it in the interior of the country, but on both coasts it was rampant.

    I felt really sad for the people there. They are getting such a raw deal, and they don’t know it. They had little US flags stuck onto their tents on the street.

    The best way to control your slave, is to make him believe that he has freedom.

    • Replies: @HeebHunter
    , @antibeast
  364. @littlereddot

    Those pieces of shit deserve it anyway. I bet 1000 euro most of them are very well versed in ww2 official narrative and support it.

  365. antibeast says:
    @littlereddot

    No, I am not talking about the homeless problem in US cities which suffer from violent crime, gang warfare, sexual assaults, drug abuse, race riots, etc. I am talking about the financial insolvency of the US government, which Janet Yellen talked about in the video interview below:

    As Yellen points out in the interview, all the Yanks can do now is to borrow money from the Fed at low interest rates to pay its bills. In other words, Yankistan is flat broke. Any foreign investor would be very hesitant to invest their capital in the toxic assets of the USA. This is the BIGGEST problem facing the world which China understands well enough to prepare for the eventual collapse of the US economy. Everything else is just a sideshow.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  366. @antibeast

    You are right, but very few people in the investment world have the same view as us.

    I have personal friends who are in the investment industry here in Singapore, including one who is intimately connected with a very large multi billion dollar investment foundation. The notion that the US is insolvent is not even on their radar.

    It appears to me that they are all knee deep in the US/Western conception of the world economy. Only China, Russia and aligned countries seem to be aware of what is really going on.

    I hope you have divested from the US market? I have been preparing since 2008 and am ready for the collapse. But I do admit that the house of cards is staying up much longer than expected.

    • Replies: @antibeast
  367. antibeast says:
    @littlereddot

    Singapore’s financial industry is coupled to the US financial industry, just like HK’s financial industry is to China’s. In fact, HK ranks as the world’s top IPO market, driven mainly by Chinese companies. HK is also the world’s number one hub for RMB financial assets, due to its status as China’s offshore RMB financial center. Xi also wants HK to be the IPO hub for Chinese tech startups.

    China has been cutting back on its USD assets since 2014 when its holdings of US debt peaked at US\$ 1.3T which has now gone down to US\$ 1T. Chinese investors had been buying US property like crazy since the GFC 2008 but that has declined after Xi started restricting capital outflows in 2017.

    The Chinese have already lost confidence in the USA. That’s true across the board from entrepreneurs, investors and traders to manufacturers, suppliers and customers. They are doing everything they can to hedge their bets by diversifying away from the USA.

  368. Miro23 says:

    Thanks to Priss Factor for the link to the fabulous must read article on China and the US today. Truly an exceptional piece.

    https://palladiummag.com/2021/10/11/the-triumph-and-terror-of-wang-huning/

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