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"And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." - John 8:32
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Author:  George M. Haddad
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Date:  April 15, 2004
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China - Tomorrow's Headache

Today it isn’t either chic or politically correct to even think of China as the future danger to our country.

The September 11 act invoked in China the status of being one of the most disappointed nations on the globe. According to all evidence, we were to be its next war. Of course, we weren’t paying attention. Like Nero we have been fiddling while Rome was burning. Marx told us what he was up to and was endowed with credibility by Lenin and Stalin. We still fiddled. Hitler presented Mein Kampf and wrote specifically his plans. And we still fiddled. The Japanese all but telegraphed that they were going to attack. And we continued to fiddle. We knew from experience the potential of the terrorists who might hit this country direct. And we still fiddled. The Chinese have told us that we are the enemy and if we continue to aid Taiwan they would not be averse to lobbing a few into Los Angeles. This didn’t get two inches of space in our so-called news media. This is not just China. This is RED China. We are still fiddling.

According to key military advisors, prior to the attack on the twin towers, a war was imminent with China within 4 years. This shouldn’t be too surprising since their technology had been advanced by 20 years with the sale of a number of key classified technological secrets thanks to Clinton and his cronies. He and they got away with it. Portions of the declassified Cox Report indicated that China’s acquisition of U. S. technology was in a number of sensitive areas such as nuclear weapons, high-performance computers and missile and space systems.

The China lobby is one of the most sophisticated within the hallowed halls of the Congress. It has contributed millions to the Democrats in the last few campaigns and its command of the White House and its premises during the Clinton years is now legendary. It does not take a missile scientist to understand the connection.

Communism as a capable economic entity and political force has never been able to sustain itself but try to convince our stalwarts in the halls of higher learning. The revisionists of American history have found it difficult to prove otherwise. The Communists of Russia were doomed to failure as long as we or others did not sustain their structure. We didn’t and it toppled of its own weight.

In China’s case, at this point, things are a little different. This is a communist nation which gladly accepts our money, steals and/or buys our technology bribes U.S. government officials at the highest levels and laughs all the way to its American subsidized banks.

To date, we are being outsmarted in the political, social and commercial arenas as well as being left behind in the ultimate of military preparedness. Commercially we can hardly find anything on our shelves today which isn’t made in China and a trade deficit beyond 130 billion dollars is absolutely obscene. On the political front we are not successfully competing with their cunning. We are not even in the ball game and we’re still the ugly Americans.

It would be a stretch to ascertain that the Chinese are within redemption. Everything in the doctrine of Mao Tse-Tung has pointed to the use of force in the advancement of the principles of Communism. As he once stated, “Every communist must grasp the truth, that political power grows out of the barrel of a gun.” On our shores Nero is still fiddling.

For those who are still in doubt there is a book which has been kept under wraps titled “Unrestricted Warfare” written by two Chinese Colonels Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui which will be soon available through a dot.com website. From what has been gleaned, the CIA has translated this book and has indicated that this is the principal Chinese blue print for an all out war on the United States. Of course, this is an over-simplification of the military strategy, tactics and eventual horror as depicted in this document. It is another typical example of China being hidden under the table instead of being placed on top of it.

We have allowed them the economic strength to build the largest infantry in the world with an accompanying Air Force and Navy. Their guns are poised and ready. According to a recent article in the Washington Times it now has 450 missiles aimed at Taiwan. At this point, they might delay long enough to see if the Democrat aspirant for President wins. If so, for them it’s a win-win situation since they will again have the doors open for the purchase of additional secret technology to fill a few of the gaps in their already lethal arsenal. It is brilliant tactics since no one better than the Chinese are aware that the vulnerable underbelly of this country is the leftist collaborationist party whom we generously refer to as the Democrats. A party which has been soft on Communism since its takeover by the flower children right after the sixties. A party whose very platform is an exact replica of the Karl Marx doctrine. A party which has continued to blind side our president and government as we fought to free two nations in the middle east of tyranny and oppression. There is extreme danger that while we look to the horizon the stumbling block is right at our feet.

At the moment, in critical strategic military moves, the Chinese now control the Panama Canal at both ends. This is with grateful thanks to our Jimmy Carter, the great delusionist, and with the blessings of an inept Congress. They are now able to cripple our naval movements from east to west and hamper our future logistical needs to the nth degree.

They have electronic listening posts in Cuba, a large port facility in the Bahamas, an intelligence listening base at Tarawa Atoll, the port facilities at Balboa and Cristobal and Panama has already signed over the American built Rodman Naval Station and the Albrook Air Force facility in Panama. When they strike Taiwan they will also have the power to take over Panama in a heart beat. The Panama Canal can be easily made inoperable by many means including sinking shipping vessels at both ends. The delay to our Navy would allow sufficient time for entrenchment in Taiwan.

Thus they were ready to make their move on a lackadaisical and lazy America until Sept 11 woke up this nation. A country which was fortunate enough at the time to be led by a formidable and resolute President. Now their timetable has been temporarily revised. These are not operatives who make moves by the seat of their pants. Everything has been well planned. The timing is being held in abeyance. Our timing, in spite of the fifth column within our own ranks is overdue for calibration and circling the wagons.

Has Nero stopped fiddling yet?

George M. Haddad

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Biography - George M. Haddad

George M. Haddad has a Bachelors Degree in Sociology and a Masters Degree in Social Administration with extensive work experience with the mentally ill. He is a World War II veteran having served in the Infantry; Interpreter of the French language; Interrogator in Technical Intelligence and Sgt.-Major of a Separation Center. Also the former Executive Director - National Institute for Burn Medicine - affiliated with the University of Michigan. He is retired from the National Staff of the YMCA as a troubleshooter in financial management and administration and has worked as a management consultant to non-profit corporations. He has written frequently on medical, social and political issues and has many published articles to his credit. He currently writes from Franklin, Michigan and can be contacted at gmhaddad@comcast.net


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