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Biden Seeks Allies For War On China
By Moon of Alabama with comments by Ron
Jun 11, 2021 - 12:42:53 AM


U.S. President Joe Biden is currently in Europe.

President Biden @POTUS - 14:26 UTC · Jun 10, 2021

I believe we are at an inflection point in history. A moment where it falls to us to prove that democracies will not just endure - they will excel as we rise to seize the enormous opportunities of this new age.

Democracies excel against whom?

According to the Democracy Perception Index 2020 73% of the people in China say that their country is democratic. Only 48% in the United States see their country as such.

`````````China is indeed rising to the "enormous opportunities of this new age". The U.S., well, not so much. And that is the crux of the whole situation.

Biden's tweet is gibberish. A good translation of what he really meant is probably this:

chinahand @chinahand - 14:55 UTC · Jun 10, 2021

It's how the more homely and honest "we have to f*ck up china before it eats America's lunch" gets translated into faux Churchill hero speak. Suspect Jake Sullivan lobbied for the existential crisis for democracy angle coz why wud Europe line up to just to save America's ass?

Biden is in Europe to ask its leaders to support the U.S. in its efforts against China (and Russia). But that is not in Europe's interest:

The President and his advisors would do well to remember that while former Belgian foreign minister Mark Eyskens famously said that Europe is a political dwarf, he also called it an economic giant. As several U.S. presidents have discovered, the subservience of European countries to the United States stops as soon as European wallets are involved. This was demonstrated most recently in Germany's adamant refusal to bow to U.S.pressure to abandon the North Stream gas pipeline from Russia.

A degree of common Western economic pushback against China is legitimate and necessary in two areas: Chinese behavior that clearly breaks universally accepted rules, as in the area of intellectual property theft; and control of vital national infrastructure. After all, the Chinese defend their own technological expertise, and they will never allow foreign control of essential sectors of the Chinese economy.

The Biden administration however seems to want to go much further than this, to effectively shut China out from any important say in shaping the rules of the international economy, and greatly restrict Chinese investment and infrastructural development outside China. This strategy is doomed to failure, and will cause deep divisions between the United States, Europe and Japan.

Europe won't line up behind the U.S. for its great war on China. And a war it is gonna be:

"I see stiff competition with China," Biden said at the White House. "They have an overall goal to become the leading country in the world, the wealthiest country in the world and the most powerful country in the world. That's not going to happen on my watch, because United States is going to continue to grow and expand."

China will also continue to grow and expand - only at a faster rate than the U.S.

The U.S. lost the competition when it, in the early 1990s, declared itself to be the sole superpower. It lost when it pushed for globalization and free trade. It lost when it let its finance, insurance and real estate sectors of its economy run amok in 2000, in 2007 (and again now). It lost when I broke its promise not to expand NATO to Russia's border. It lost when it decided to a wage a war of terror in the Middle East.

All the above gave China the 30 years it needed to catch up and to overtake the U.S. It has three times the population. It now has all the necessary infrastructure and industries. It graduates some 4.7 million per year in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) while the U.S. has only 600,000 STEM graduates per year.

The U.S. became the primer power after World War II because the industrial capacities of all other powers had been destroyed by the war. To regain such a position the U.S. would have to engineer a war that would destruct China's industrial capabilities. A civil war within China could achieve that. But the color-revolution the U.S. incited in China in 1989 has failed and any new attempt to incite some strife will now be much more difficult. An external war waged on China is even more difficult because China is a nuclear power which can shot back.

What the U.S. could do is not to attempt to out compete China. I could instead try to make it instrumental for its purposes.

Despite being on the winning side in both World Wars the British empire did not survive the carnage. Its role was taken over by the more powerful United States. But Britain did keep a role on the world stage that was (and is) disproportionate to its size. It managed to do so by making itself useful to the U.S. and by fostering a special relationship with its successor.

[Ron: This assessment denies the reality that until President Trump was elected the US was covertly owned and controlled by the globalist cabal whose financial HQ was in the City of London which controlled the British empire from 1666 and controlled the US via the US Corporation from 1871. See eg: Democracy, Deception, Deceit - they're all the same

England's Jewish Aristocracy -

The situation in the UK was duplicated in the US in 1933. See: An Investigative Report Re the US Strawman UCC/Redemption Process By Barton A. Buhtz

See also: The USA Isn't a Country, It's a Corporation! -

The Corporation Of The United States Of America Is It True? We Are Not Under Common Law? 84 -

The Origins Of The Deep State In North America, Part 1 -

The Origins Of The Deep State in North America P2 -

Bankruptcy of The United States -

Congressman Louis T. McFadden. -

US Congress: House Joint Resolution 192 of June 5, 1933 -

The Origins of the Deep State in North America. PART III. -

Could the U.S. try to get into a similar position in its relation with China? I believe that might be possible to a certain degree. It would be useful for China to grant the U.S. some special privileges if that avoids the costs of outright hostilities. But I also think that the U.S., for cultural reasons, will never try to get into such an agreement. It simply does not want to play number two.

[Ron: Arguably this analysis doesn't accord with historical reality. From 1871 until President Trump was elected the demonic global controllers used their control of Britain via the City of London to control the US Corporation and through it the US.  From at least the time of the US attack on the Spanish empire in 1898 (and from 1917 until 1977 in association with the Bolsheviks in Russia), the US military was used to attack and dominate the rest of the world. President  Putin freed Russia from Anglo-US domination and gobalist control after 2000 and subsequently Chinese President Xi Jinping substantially freed China  from the clutches of the globalist controlled CCP after 2013. Currently US and various other global Alliance military forces are assisting President Xi to complete the eradication of demonic CIA and CCP elements in China.

When that process is completed and Trump is acknowledged to be the legitimate president of the US, the US and all the nations on this planet will undergo a societal educational process followed by Quantum computer controlled elections everywhere to determine what populations actually want as regards their governance.

The governance arrangements will be on a representative Republican basis probably based on the US Constitutional model. There will also be an emphasis on devolution of responsibility towards local and regional governance levels and in due course populations will probably be able to determine whether they wish to remain within existing national political entities or strike out as independant polities. Political arrangements will grow in terms of local responsibility and independance while national representative assemblies and bureaucracies will be sharply reduced in size in line with the genuine rights and responsibilities of individuals and local communities.

So where do we go from here?

The most likely path is a more aggressive United States which uses its presumed advantages to attack China's capabilities below the level of open warfare.

[Ron: I disagree. Christ Michael (CM) the creator of this planet and local universe declared the commencement of his Millennial Reign here on  5 February 2019 and as a consequence, once the US, China and the rest of our world are completely free of the demonic controllers and their globalist minions and enablers, the US, China and all nations will enter into an era of peace and prosperity for all. So be it.]

Cyber warfare is a field in which the U.S. has already invested a lot. If its uses those capabilities, unacknowledged and in a destructive way, China's industries could be seriously harmed. The effects of random electricity failures, burning refineries and unreliable communication networks would accumulate to a slow down of China's growth. Ransomware like attacks on the Chinese banking system could leave its markets in chaos.

[Ron: The cyber warfare currently being experienced is part of WWIII which is being fought between the Triodity and the global Alliance supported by CM's space fleet; opposing the erstwhile demonic controllers of this planet. Once the demonic controllers are eliminated our world's governance and financial affairs will operate under an unhackable Quantum system. Cyber warfare will cease to be possible.].

I am sure that there are a number of people in the Pentagon who are wargaming such scenarios. If history is any guide they will downplay the reactions and capabilities of their opponent. They might even be able to lure a president into signing off such a mission.

[Ron: This is the end of an epoch. Such activies will cease in the new world coming. Anyone in the Pentagon or elsewhere who doesn't 'get with the program' will cease to live on this planet.].

In the big picture though that would not change much. China would hit back against badly defended U.S. cyber targets. The skirmish would continue for several month but would end in a no-winner situation. After that it would be back to a cold war. The strategic situation would still be the same.

[Ron: As indicated above this is not gonna happen.].

The U.S. can not win against China. How long will it take for it to recognize that?

[Ron: Our future is peaceful co-existance and those who don't accept that will go elsewhere during stasis.].






Posted by b on June 10, 2021

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