This is an interesting point of view / opinion

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  1. Glock20 10mm

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    First I found this perusing comments to an article I was reading, so it's not mine, the Authors Name is Dean Jackson. But after reading it I thought it was pretty interesting and wanted to get the GT brain trust engaged in this as a discussion. It sounds plausible in many aspects but at the same time... not.

    "Looks like Obama and fellow Communist agents in the Federal agencies aren't working diligently enough for China' s tastes:

    Google: “Innocent blood demands no delay for U.S. gun control – Xinhua”

    Why would China care that the United States banned assault weapons, you ask? Because in several years or so Chinese troops will be paying a visit to the United States via Mexico, after the fake collapse of the Chinese Communist government.

    Why will Chinese troops be in Mexico, you ask? To "assist" the Mexican government in combating the spreading fake "drug wars" there of course! You see, Mexico (in collaboration with all other Communist nations, including the still existing USSR/East Bloc) manufactured the "drug wars" for the specific purpose of providing a pretext in requesting China's assistance.

    Now you know the reason for the:

    (1) July 20, 2012 Aurora, Colorado shootings;

    (2) August 5, 2012 Wisconsin Sikh Temple shootings; and

    (3) December 14, 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary shootings (I guess Obama and fellow Communist agents within the Federal agencies had to prove to China that they were being diligent in the quest to get assault weapons banned, so they squeezed in one more massacre before year's end!).

    “Since at least the early 1970s, the Communist party of China has been poised to create a spectacular but controlled “democratization” at any appropriate time. The party had by then spent two decades consolidating its power, building a network of informants and agents that permeate every aspect of Chinese life, both in the cities and in the countryside. Government control is now so complete that it will not be seriously disturbed by free speech and democratic elections; power can now be exerted through the all-pervasive but largely invisible infrastructure of control. A transition to an apparently new system, using dialectical tactics, is now starting to occur.” -- Playing the China Card (The New American, Jan. 1, 1991).

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    “A campaign for a new system of World Government will be launched at Summit level and will be accompanied by pressure from below, the active use of agents of influence and secret assassinations of leaders who are seen as obstacles. The campaign will come as a surprise to the US Administration. In the ensuing negotiations, the US President of the day will find himself facing a combined pressure from the Russians and the Chinese. The Chinese will by then have adopted a ‘reformed’, pseudo-democratic system.” -- KGB Defector Major Anatoliy Golitsyn, The Perestroika Deception, April 1993, p. 166.

    Since Golitsyn wrote his 1993 observation the United States implemented its counter strategy to the LRP...the "War on Terror", used as a cover for the still ongoing Cold War. This means that Golitsyn's prediction of a World Government is now moot, but not so China's fraudulent evolution into a "‘reformed’, pseudo-democratic system”'. Communist strategists always have a "Plan B" at the ready, which means once Communist China adopts the veneer of a democratic polity, Mexico will request "assistance" from China to combat the then spreading "drug wars" in Mexico. The "drug wars" were manufactured by Mexico City (in consultation with Moscow and Beijing) in order to provide the pretext for requesting the "assistance" of a future "democratic" China.

    Just before Chinese troops start arriving in Mexico, Communist strategists will initiate crises around the globe for the purpose of keeping America's military assets busy abroad (the Korean Peninsula; Iraq; Afghanistan; the Balkans...again; the Falklands; the Persian Gulf...a sink hole for United States naval vessels; etc.). With an anemic military presence at home, the United States will be open to invasion from Mexico. However, before such an invasion can occur, the ownership of assault weapons must be outlawed. Chinese troops will not be able to invade the United States without a ban on such armaments.

    All actions of the Chinese Communist Party and government must be analyzed through the prism of the “Long-Range Policy”, the “new” more subtle strategy all Communist nations signed onto in 1960 as the only credible means to defeat the West with, as first revealed to the West by KGB defector Major Anatoliy Golitsyn, the only Soviet-era defector to still be under protective custody, proving (1) the collapses of the USSR/East Bloc were strategic ruses; and (2) that all other Soviet-era defectors who followed Golitsyn were still loyal to their respective Communist intelligence agencies, since all of them provided incorrect intelligence on the future of the USSR/East Bloc.

    When the Communist government in Beijing “collapses”, Taiwan will be stymied from not joining the mainland.

    The “dissident” movement in China (as in the USSR) is a creation of Beijing, its existence intended to instill in Western minds that the Communist government/party has competing factions, with one faction being the “reformist” faction that allows for “dissidents” being known to the West. With hundreds of thousands government agents that infest every aspect of Chinese life, from urban centers to rural villages, nothing happens in China that isn’t cleared by Beijing.

    “Behind the impressive smokescreen of pseudo-democracy, pseudo-capitalism and pseudo-reform, this Russian-Chinese 'cooperation-blackmail' strategy is irreconcilably hostile to the West. Again, this is no mere presumption. It was explicitly confirmed in May 1994 to Clark Bowers, a member of an official US Republican delegation to Peking, by Mr Mo Xiusong, Vice Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party, who is believed to be the highest-ranking Chinese Communist official ever to have answered questions put to him by a knowledgeable Western expert on Communism:

    BOWERS: Is the long-term aim of the Chinese Communist Party still world Communism?

    Mo XIUSONG: Yes, of course. That is the reason we exist.” – The Perestroika Deception (1995), by KGB defector Major Anatoliy Golitsyn.
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  2. NorthCarolinaLiberty

    NorthCarolinaLiberty MentalDefective

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    China does not need to invade anything. America has eaten itself to defeat.
     

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    Divide and conquer , we let them do that. Stand as one ? We can't even get over who's taken the ball and going home. We're making it WAY TOO EASY !

    Live and die for the Constitution , what's left but the choice how will I go ?

    Good post 10mm. !
     
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    Definitely plausible.
    Not too sure on the invasion though. I think the next WW will be a cyber war. It could start as an invasion though I guess.

    If Russia and China have a part in something though, India will be there too.
     
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    certifiedfunds Cosmopolitan Bias

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    China has enough problems of its own to worry about.
     
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    Maybe China could pull it off-but our government is to stupid to plan anything like this and keep it secret. Some White House yaboo would have left th operation book in a toilet in a Denny's 2 years ago right before Glenn Beck walked in to take a wizz.
     
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    China has to keep its own military in china to prevent a toppling if the party.
     
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    We did it to ourselves. People traded the constitution for comfortable things. We never lost our freedom. We just sold it.
     
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  11. Zyzogg

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    That is a pretty ambitious game plan. Most world governments are pretty contenptuous places. Even tyrants have dogs biting at their heels. To have such a multinational plan and keep it secret would be extraordinary. Keep on mind the kind of people that get into power, and the kind of people that want to replace them. A story worthy of Tom Clancy!

    United States would be a miserable place to invade. Never mind the AR-15s with 30+ mag.s. Think about all the .270s, .30-30s, .30-06s, .308s with guys that can put the shot where it is needed. Like you and me. Think about a squad of AK-47s against an unknown number of hidden 12 gauges and such defending their homeland. It would take either the numbers only China can throw at it or technology only USA can throw at it.

    Why would China want to go to North America? Why not Canada rather than US? It seems to me if China wanted somewhere to invade it would be resource rich Siberia. Yet they didn't when the USSR fell apart.

    Most of you are better educated than me, most are smarter and have better amswers than I do.

    Over the last 20+ years, my biggest concern for the US is the federal debt. That is what brought down the USSR. Think about it. For the last 12 or so years our government can't go down that path fast enough. At what point will Uncle Sam no longer be able to pay employees and contractors. Think about the times the government stopped cold for a few days over congressional budget debates. Think about it stopping cold...end of story.

    Usually what happens is something I never thought of...and is much more interesting.
     
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    Invading the US would be like killing the golden goose.
     
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    China cannot project power. They don't have the navy for it yet. The US Navy would send any troop transports they tried to send to the bottom of the Pacific ocean without breaking a sweat. The only way China can strike the US mainland militarily is with nuclear missiles.

    As for China sending troops to help "stabilize" Mexico, that's not something they would be remotely interested in doing. Even if they were, US foreign policy frowns very strongly on that sort of thing. We don't let anyone muck about in "our" hemisphere, that's the central tenet of the Monroe Doctrine, which is still very much in place.
     
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    If the US Citizenry were disarmed than no one would invade anyway.

    I mean, seriously, would you invade a country with 299 million firearms filling the lakes and rivers? That poses some serious logistical problems.

    Just sayin'. :whistling:
     
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    This part sounds like Chicago:

    “Since at least the early 1970s, the Communist party of China has been poised to create a spectacular but controlled “democratization” at any appropriate time. The party had by then spent two decades consolidating its power, building a network of informants and agents that permeate every aspect of Chinese life, both in the cities and in the countryside. Government control is now so complete that it will not be seriously disturbed by free speech and democratic elections; power can now be exerted through the all-pervasive but largely invisible infrastructure of control. A transition to an apparently new system, using dialectical tactics, is now starting to occur.” -- Playing the China Card (The New American, Jan. 1, 1991).
     
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