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Security alert: China's military buildup

Posted By Paul Vallely On 08/25/2011 @ 6:25 pm In Commentary | Comments Disabled

To fully understand the reasoning behind this “security alert” and the preparation of our military and our emergency responders, we should examine what the Chinese PRC has been engaged in through the years as it relates to the fifth-column sabotage against the USA and our critical infrastructure, and the linkage to Iran, Russia and world events.



”The Total Collective Effort” is a phrase used in counterintelligence to describe the Chinese Communist Party’s espionage activities to sabotage the military, industrial, economic sectors, the political and election process, and the critical infrastructure of the United States. To understand this comprehensive plan, we must first understand what sabotage is (international socialism) and the goals. War and sabotage have been utilized as tools throughout history to effect change and to subjugate people. Sabotage is defined as a deliberate action aimed at weakening an enemy through subversion, obstruction, disruption and/or destruction. Sabotage is also an act or acts of commission or omission with the intent to injure, interfere with or obstruct the national defense of a country by willfully injuring or destroying, or attempting to injure or destroy, any national defense or war material, premises or utilities to include human and natural resources. According to Merriam-Webster, sabotage is an act or process tending to hamper or hurt.


China will be expanding simultaneously on several economic fronts against the U.S., including:

  • Initiating an economic war to bury the U.S. dollar. Rep. Allen West, R-Fla., recently stated in an interview that Red China is utilizing the trade surplus to fund military expansion as opposed to improving the welfare of the Chinese population and that China is actively engaged in building deepwater and inland ports in our hemisphere.

  • Using Iran security-wise via proxy to destabilize further U.S. interest in the Middle East while consolidating new economic alliances.
  • A new stage in China’s military expansion. Japan must not be lax in taking precautions against it. A spokesman for China’s Defense Ministry confirmed for the first time late last month that the country’s first aircraft carrier was being readied for use “for research, testing and training purposes.”

    The spokesman was apparently referring to the second-hand Soviet-type 60,000 ton-class midsize aircraft carrier Varyag, which is being refitted in Dalian, Liaoning Province. The announcement indicates China’s plan to conduct a sea trial of the flattop. The disclosure of the aircraft carrier plan came less than a week after a high-speed railway accident in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province. The timing could mean the Chinese government hopes to reduce the people’s mounting criticism over its handling of the deadly accident by diverting their attention.

    An aircraft-carrier fleet is planned and will be operational. If China does send its carrier on a sea trial, the Chinese Navy will have warplanes practice takeoffs and landings on the flattop. In addition, China is building an aircraft carrier of its own design in Shanghai. It is said that China is seeking to complete a carrier-led fleet by 2020 after building additional ships to fill out aircraft-carrier battle groups. China’s aircraft carrier deployment plan will form the core of its strategy to expand its maritime activities over the high seas.

    China reportedly aims to prevent U.S. Navy forces from entering seas within a line connecting Kyushu, Okinawa, Taiwan and the Philippines. Furthermore, it also aims to achieve air and marine supremacy inside a line connecting the Ogasawara Islands, Guam and Papua New Guinea by mid-2030.

    One purpose of these plans could be to execute an “anti-access” strategy in the event of a contingency in the Taiwan Strait.

    The Chinese military is developing “carrier killer” anti-ship ballistic missiles that are presumably intended for use against U.S. aircraft carriers. It will possibly formulate a new strategy that combines these new weapons with aircraft-carrier battle groups.

    Another Chinese aim is to secure natural gas and other marine resources in the South China Sea and protect sea lanes for transport of natural resources from the Middle East and Africa in anticipation of a sharp rise in the domestic energy demand.

    In the face of China’s meticulous long-term maritime strategy, the Japanese government worked out new National Defense Program Guidelines last December. It is natural that the guidelines put forth a policy of shifting the emphasis of Self-Defense Forces deployment to southwestern regions, particularly the Nansei Islands south of Kyushu and east of Taiwan.

    The Japan-U.S. alliance must be steadily deepened. The deterrence provided by U.S. forces stationed in Okinawa Prefecture is now of greater importance. Other countries are becoming increasingly nervous about China’s expanded maritime activities. These include Australia and India, as well as Southeast Asian countries such as Vietnam and the Philippines. Tokyo must look into the possibility of cooperating with these countries.

In a recent interview, Rep. West stated that Red China, a communist country, is utilizing and exploiting capitalism as a weapon. The trade imbalance that has favored Red China is not benefitting the quality of life of the average Chinese citizen, who makes between $2000-3,000 USD per year, but is benefitting the Red Chinese military, especially the Navy, as recent events show that they are making significant strides in the acquisition of technology and global expansion.

We must be aware of China’s:

  • continued use of an aggressive cyber-warfare campaign of sabotage against the critical infrastructure of the United States;

  • ongoing financial sabotage to penetrate corporate America and to destabilize the economy and extract strategic intellectual property and key resources;
  • utilization of cyber-warfare and financial espionage, as well as activities to control and sabotage the political landscape and the election process of the Unites States; and
  • continuing influence in Pakistan, substantial development contracts there and the road from western China south through Pakistan to the Indian Ocean.

We must be cognizant of behind-the-scenes implementations of several foreign policy initiatives combined with domestic law that are enabling the United States to become occupied territory that will be controlled by a foreign entity. We must expose the facts as we know them. The United States is being positioned to lose our sovereignty over our resources as we will export our resources into a global pool and import our consumption from that pool, which will not be under the control of the United States of America.


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