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China’s US subjugation designs become more evident


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A key responsibility of The Settlement Project is to alert, educate, and activate effective resistance to CCP’s pursuit of world hegemony. The subjugation of the US is the lynchpin in this work. 

The tragic increase in US vulnerability under Biden has brought CCP efforts forward into plain sight. 

Victor Davis Hanson, in his March 25, PJ Media article China Continues to Show Its Contempt for the U.S. delineates clearly the several fronts on which the US is faltering, and falling under the control of the CCP.

Last week in Anchorage, Alaska, Chinese diplomats dressed down Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan. Both seem stunned by the broadsides.

Not since newly elected President John Kennedy was humiliated at the Vienna summit in June 1961 by USSR strongman Nikita Khrushchev have American diplomats been so roughly manhandled by a Communist government.

China’s defiant provocations are not just verbal. Nor are they aimed only at our high officials.

New York University students at a satellite campus in Shanghai were manhandled and jailed by Chinese authorities in two separate incidents earlier this month. Some U.S. diplomats in China were recently subjected to anal swab testing for COVID-19 — supposedly “in error.”

These examples of humiliation and harassment could be multiplied. China has engaged in the insidious and systematic theft of U.S. patents and copyrights. It brazenly violates trade agreements, manipulates its currency, dumps products below cost on world markets, engages in cyberwarfare, expropriates Western technology, and stonewalls accurate information on the origins of COVID-19.

If China gives out money, it believes it owns the recipient. In the last five years, New York University has received some $47 million in gifts from China. The U.S. Department of Education recently cited Stanford University for failing to report more than $64 million in donations from Chinese sources since 2010. It’s no surprise that China recently sent a visiting researcher to Stanford who turned out to be connected with the Chinese military.

Read the entire PJ  Media article here