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China’s Sinister Strategy for Global Dominance

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[1]It has always been my firmly and consistently held view that Jewry and China are the two cardinal enemies of the white race at present and for the foreseeable future. While the former remains the crux of almost all the internal problems of the white nations, the latter poses a long-term external threat as well as a challenge to the existence of the white race from a geopolitical, economic, military, and racial perspective in their competition for racial Lebensraum and limited resources.

Both of these groups harbor deep-seated and irreconcilable animosity toward whites, and the two menaces are coordinated and interlocking. It is thus no overstatement to observe that the Western nations face a dire situation of “having a tiger at the front door and a wolf at the back” (前門の虎、後門の狼 as in a Japanese proverb).

In the long run, striving to neutralize China’s menace requires a solution to the Jewish Question as a prerequisite, but in the course of removing this menace we must not forget to address the Chinese question at the same time. Achieving that certainly requires a great deal of wisdom, tenacity, determination, and resourcefulness, and calls for the full mobilization of whites. Knowing that our long-term survival hangs on nothing less than total victory over these two archenemies, we have no choice but to charge forward and fight.

The current domestic situation is characterized by the raging turmoil that has followed in the wake of Charlottesville. Faced with the combined weight and frenzied attacks of the Jewish-controlled Leftist-liberal establishment and its antifa foot soldiers, and amidst the timid, spineless forces in the “camp of the Right” falling over themselves to kowtow to the enemy by disavowing the White Nationalist movement and recriminate each other, it may seem like a luxury we can hardly afford to talk about the Chinese threat. However, it is my strong opinion that even while working hard to stabilize and fortify our united front in this unprecedented crisis, we must also pay due attention to the impending onslaught from China, because our Chinese enemy never rests and will surely capitalize on our current predicament and exploit it. In light of this, I’d like to offer a translation of a long post which was penned by a semi-official Chinese scholar and is currently being circulated on the popular Chinese online social platform, WeChat. It has been read and applauded by tens of thousands of Chinese, both the elite and commoners alike, and as such casts some light on China’s overarching imperialist ambitions and the utter ruthlessness of its long-term strategic planning.

It follows:

US-Russia Confrontation: China Gains Another Golden Decade for Building Our Own Strength

Since the US expelled Russian diplomats, Russia has maintained a low profile. But recently, the US Senate and House passed a bill with a large majority to put new sanctions on Russia, which was beyond the latter’s endurance as it began to take countermeasures against the US by expelling some American diplomats on July 28. The main consequence was that the deterioration of the US-Russian relationship was made irreversible as a result of a stipulation limiting the power of President Trump which was included in the bill targeting Russia. That is to say, if the US President wants to end the sanctions against Russia, he must now first obtain the approval of the US Congress, which basically takes away the power of the President to end the Russian sanctions. The President could have vetoed this bill, but since it was passed in both houses with an overwhelming majority (there were only five “no” votes in the Senate and House combined), if President Trump had exercised his veto right, Congress would simply have voted again to overrule it. Thus, the US-Russian relationship was tied into a knot, and Trump was left with no option but to go along with the sanctions. In other words, the US political establishment used President Trump to put the final nail into Russia’s coffin. The significance of this matter for us Chinese is that another ten-year golden period of development has been presented to China on a silver platter.

It is generally understood that both before and after the US presidential election of last November, Trump has actively sought to mend ties and improve mutual understanding with Russia so as to reorient the power of America to concentrate on containing China, because China is now the second-largest power globally and is regarded as potentially the most powerful rival of the US, both in terms of economic strength and global influence. Trump’s judgment is certainly correct from the standpoint of America’s interests. However, the subtlety of American politics lies in its checks and balances. Although Trump is in the Republican Party, which holds a majority of seats in the US Congress, American politics, besides its two-party system, has a latent and implicit rule, namely that nothing which threatens the interest of the elites is tolerated. That’s why, although Trump is a Republican, his own party has teamed up with the Democrats and turned against him because he intended to change the rules of power that were formulated and played adroitly by America’s elite group. Trump, like a bull in the chinaware shop of the American political elites, was eventually rendered unable to realize his ambitions. You can call it either an advantage or a shortcoming of American politics, which is still a game played by only a handful of America’s elites.

American politics aside, let’s look at Trump himself. The “Russiagate” incident stoked up by Obama, Hillary, and company has put Trump in an awkward and straitjacketed situation. To avoid being impeached by the elites, Trump had to adjust his thinking and strategy. He not only has to go along with imposing sanctions on Russia, but he must continue the confrontational stance vis-à-vis Russia in America’s global strategy, which makes China the largest beneficiary of such a strategic result. The impairment of US-Russia relations is something China desired the most, and now, without any intervention by us, the American elites have delivered this outcome to our doorstep. Regardless of their actual intentions, they did us a big favor.

We are witnessing Russia beginning to fight back against the relentless US offensive, and Europe has also expressed strong concerns over the new penalties it imposed on Russia since they will adversely affect Europe’s interests as well. The trade volume between the US and Russia is small, and sanctioning Russia will have little negative impact on the US, but trade between Europe and Russia is much more significant. Considering that the major EU member states are still living with the negative consequences of the 2008 financial crisis to a certain extent, plus thorny issues like Brexit, the migrant crisis, and recurring terrorist attacks, Europe is fumbling and stumbling, and if it suffers collateral damage in the US-Russian confrontation, further injuries will be sustained by both Europe and Russia.

The most miserable party will be Russia itself, however. The fact that the international price of oil still hovers below fifty US dollars per barrel is fatal to the recovery of the Russian economy. Meanwhile, Russia has been fighting in Syria for more than a year, which is also fatal to Russia, as its feeble economy cannot sustain a protracted war. For the foreseeable future, Russia will have to clench its teeth and persist with its war effort in Syria while also dealing with the still-simmering Ukrainian situation. Putin cannot afford to back off, as his personal legacy hangs on the issues of Syria and Ukraine. Under such an extremely pinched circumstance, the only option Russia has is to continue to lean on China and act as its follower and sidekick politically, economically, and even militarily, and will even have to cede some of its geostrategic interests to China.

Europe will continue along its path of alienating the US, and American-European unity will soon collapse. The dispute between Europe and the US is over differing interests, and will further divide them. While the UK will probably go along with US, which is a predictable outcome based both on history and present realities, nevertheless a Europe without the UK will very possibly unify in the face of various crises and put an end to their internal disputes and division. For all the differences in interests and ambitions on the Continent, Germany and France will still have to band together to deal with the US, while the latter will continue to sow discord and division among the European states, as a divided Europe suits the interests of the US. But such a stratagem may backfire and rather push the situation toward a more stabilized Europe centered on Germany and France, which will in turn choose to cooperate with China on many major international issues. A notable example of this concerns the defense of the Paris Agreement on climate change, where the G20 nations united to isolate the US with an overwhelming 19 to 1 vote. In the future, the European countries may cast aside American opposition and seek to improve their relations with Russia. As I analyzed in a previous article, if the US and Russia solve their differences and come together, it will make Russia strong again and engender anxieties and opposition in Europe, as Europe alone cannot handle Russia’s military threat; but if the US and Russia break off relations, with Russia’s economy collapsing, Europe by itself will not be able to face the threat from the US, either. Thus, Europe definitely doesn’t want Russia to fall when the latter is taking beatings from the US.

Continuing hostility between the US and Russia is the best scenario for China. Without paying much of a price, we can make Russia dependent on us, and such dependence will be comprehensive and ensure that Russian politics and its economy move toward our side all the more closely and tightly, while a Europe in continuous decline will be forced to seek a new friend, which won’t be the US and can only be China.

Viewing the present world from a broader international perspective, we can see that subtle changes are taking place in today’s global situation. At first sight, all the major powers, including China, the US, Russia, Europe, and Japan, face difficulties and major challenges of their own, but a careful study reveals that among all of these powers, only China is benefitting from the current global structure. Owing to the fact that the US-Russian relationship has already been tied into a knot that cannot be unraveled, which was caused by the domestic politics of the US, it means that even if this was poison, the US would swallow it knowingly. If the US had beaten Russian down and caused its downfall and disintegration in the near future, and then turned back to deal with an isolated China, China would be under unprecedented pressure. However, if China stands back-to-back with Russia, it will make Russia both unable to recover and yet impossible for it to fall, and the US won’t be able to free its hands to deal with China. In the meantime, the American political situation will continue to sink into a mess, and hand a most important “golden decade” to China in this most critical time for it to chase after and eventually overtake the US. Ten years from now, China will no longer fear the US in the political, military, economic, financial, cultural, and all other fields; it will be on a completely equal footing with the US by that time.

China must take full advantage of this golden decade, when the US and Russia are at loggerheads and the US-European discord is intensifying, to actively and effectively implement the following six agendas of its own:

1. Exploiting Russia’s difficulties and feebleness, and pushing it to cede interests to China in the Far East. There is one significant event which many of my readers might not have noticed. China’s Jilin province and Russia signed an agreement to jointly construct wharfs at the estuary of the Tumen River [Translator’s note: Tumannaya Reka in Russian]. For historical reasons, China currently has no port on the Sea of Japan in its northeast region, so the Sino-Russian joint effort to build a port there is a significant strategic breakthrough for China. But in my opinion, this is still not enough. We should continue to capitalize on Russia’s difficulties and press it to cede, or at least lease, a piece of land to China for a period of ninety-nine years or longer, so that China can build a port of our own in the northeast region. The port can be a trading port at first, and then be converted into a naval base later, which will allow China to construct a northeastern fleet to directly threaten Japan’s home islands. By looking at a map, one can see that China and the Japanese main island do not face each other directly because of the Korean Peninsula between them. If China can manage to acquire a naval base in its northeast facing the Sea of Japan, Japan will fall into China’s pincers and be unable to defend its head and tail at the same time. If China can accomplish this great strategic layout in the next ten years, it will be able to encircle Japan completely, and once a war with Japan breaks out, China will enjoy a great strategic advantage.

2. Taking back Taiwan. Since Taiwan occupies a strategically central position in terms of China’s outward march toward the Pacific Ocean, if it falls under American control, it is inevitable that China would be contained by the chain of islands dominated by the US; if, however, China annexes Taiwan, this chain of islands set up across the entire Pacific Ocean will collapse on itself, and the prospects for China’s Big Ocean Strategy, Blue Sea Strategy, and so on will all look like a cloudless blue sky, bright and smooth. The US will no longer have any means to contain China, and both the US-Japanese alliance and China’s current predicament in the South China Sea will dissolve. Again, if China can take back Taiwan in the upcoming golden decade, it will go down in history as a great undertaking that will be remembered in a thousand years.

3. Beating down India and thwarting India’s growth. Recently, India invaded a border area of Tibet. This reflected India’s foolish arrogance and the lack of a correct self-understanding on the part of many Chinese, but it also disclosed India’s ambitions, which is not only one of the fastest growing economic powers in the world, but which also possesses a huge population base and occupies a crucial position on the Indian Ocean, thus posing a significant threat to China’s grand strategy on the Eurasian continent. If China fails to deal a devastating blow to India when it is in the middle of crossing a river, once it completes crossing that river and reaches its full state of development, it would be extremely difficult for us to contain or defeat it. Some people think that launching a military strike against India now will affect our strategy against the US. But in fact, if China can muster its determination and resources to beat India down in one swoop by taking full advantage of the excellent opportunity presented by India’s current invasion of Chinese territory, it will have a profound and lasting value not only for the present but for the future as well, as it will help cement a permanent condition of a divided and underdeveloped India, thus ensuring a most favorable scenario for China. Viewed from a historical standpoint, the Indian nation is one that is used to being conquered and ruled by foreign powers, and basically it lacks a fighting spirit. Such a national trait is favorable to China’s plan to dismember India. In the upcoming golden decade, if China can manage to prevent India from becoming an economically developed, militarily powerful, and united country, it will do great service to China’s development of a “One Belt, One Road” strategy.

4. Attaching great importance to the role of Burma and the construction and development of a Sino-Burmese economic corridor, in addition to a Sino-Pakistani economic corridor. Many people nowadays fail to perceive the importance of Burma in China’s grand strategy. During the anti-Japanese war, the Chinese expeditionary force marched to Burma to fight. Why did China send its elite forces to fight in Burma then? Because Burma was the only gateway connecting China with the outside world at that time. Now, despite it no longer being our only point of contact with the outside, Burma is still our key to break through the Malacca predicament and shatter the combined containment effort of the US, India, Singapore, and Japan. If China fails to defeat and dismember India very soon, our strategic alternative against India is to leverage the Sino-Pakistani and Sino-Burmese corridors in order to break India’s dominant position on the Indian Ocean and set up a pincer movement against India from above and below. Therefore, in the next ten years, China should make good use of the present relatively secure and relaxed environment to rope in and win over Burma by adopting political, economic, commercial, financial, and military means aimed at promoting the resurrection of Sino-Burmese ties such as by increasing investments, and perhaps even by launching military interventions if necessary, so as to form a community of common interest and strategy between China and Burma.

5. Stabilizing the South China Sea. After the Philippines changed its attitude, the Sino-Philippine relationship started to warm up and the situation in the South China Sea began to stabilize accordingly. But this is far from satisfactory. The goal of China is to make the South China Sea our inland sea over which China exercises absolute control, and to make sure that none of the extra-regional countries can interfere in regional affairs. Recently, the US, Japan, India, and Vietnam have frequently challenged China in the South China Sea. I believe the crux of the next phase of the South China Sea issue lies in Vietnam. If Vietnam changes its stance on the matter, as the Philippines did, the South China Sea will basically get stabilized; our main approach to Vietnam should be to attempt to control it economically and to turn it into an economic vassal of China. On the other hand, if Vietnam makes any bold and impudent move disproportionate to its small stature, we should deal it a heavy blow and make it behave. If we can finally make both the Philippines and Vietnam recognize China’s leadership position in the South China Sea, it would be extremely difficult for any external power to try to create troubles for us there.

6. Establishing a closer strategic relationship with Iran. Looked at either historically or geopolitically, Iran is a very important country. We might even say that Iran occupies the strategic hub in the future of the Eurasian continent. At present, besides fixing its eyes on Russia, the US is also looking at Iran. After throwing Middle Eastern countries such as Iraq, Syria, and Egypt into internal turmoil, the US will never rest until it completely destroys Iran. Getting even closer to Iran ought to be the Chinese strategy, not only because we have huge investments there, but also because it is extremely important to the advancement of our grand design in the “One Belt, One Road” plan. Strategically speaking, through the Sino-Pakistani economic corridor, the China-Pakistan-Iran pathway will be in place; plus, with the coordinated support of Russia in Syria, the “One Belt, One Road” design and China’s Eurasian grand strategy will eventually be realized. We must fully support Iran in its conflict with America for our own interests, and we should never allow Iran to be beaten down by the US. We shall spare no effort to make Iran a hard thorn in the side of the Middle East for as long as possible.

A prolonged confrontation between the US and Russia offers China a supreme and irreplaceable strategic opportunity – a grand opportunity brought to us by the political division and societal fractures in the US, which we must seize and make full use of in order to diffuse major challenges that China currently faces in its international relations one by one. In another ten years, an even more powerful China will emerge on the world stage, and with China’s powerful status will come profound and far-reaching changes to the global structure, and China will have more and more friends [Translator’s note: read “lackeys”]. So long as China accomplishes the six tasks mentioned above, the American-Japanese-Indian alliance will collapse of its own accord, China will indeed become a strong and unified country, and the Chinese people will surely take pride in China’s power and glory.

[End of translation]

This is a long and well-organized article, built around a central idea about how to achieve China’s vast imperialist ambitions for global hegemony in the next “golden decade,” primarily by exploiting conflicts between the US and Russia and utilizing China’s economic clout to pressure or browbeat other, lesser powers. His discussions are sound and carry a clear and unmistakable message of barefaced hostility against all non-Chinese nations. The whole article exudes a strong sense of cynical and callous ruthlessness and disingenuousness that is typical of the Chinese culture and mentality, such as its gloating over the political and social confusion of the US and a gleeful desire to exploit it to further undermine and weaken the country, its cold calculation of the means and methods to be utilized to contain Russia, as well as a dismissive, perhaps even destructive, arrogance toward lesser countries such as Japan, India, and Vietnam. Moreover, the fact that this hatred-suffused, muscle-flexing, and swashbuckling article has been widely circulated online and well received by many in China, including college professors, points to the current popularity of Chinese uber-nationalism, which has reached a level of nothing less than rabid chauvinism and jingoism.

In some places, the article also displays an ignorant, limited, or simply wrongheaded understanding of American domestic politics and US-Chinese relations. For one, it never mentions the Jewish factor in causing all the political and social problems of the US and in shaping those neocon foreign policies that are antagonizing Russia and which fundamentally harm the real national interest of the US; it simply makes use of the general term, “elites.” For another, the author of this article repeatedly claims that the US wants to “contain” or “deal with” China once it defeats Russia, but this is actually a far cry from historical truths and realities. In fact, it is the very ruling political and economic establishment centered on Jewish elites that has been working hand-in-glove with China and actively assisting the latter’s rapid rise and power expansion for three decades and counting. This has been accomplished through the transfer of capital and technology, and by turning a blind eye to China’s rampant industrial and military espionage in the US. The author’s refusal to touch the crucial Jewish question in American politics and the de facto Chimerican symbiosis that essentially characterizes the status quo of today’s US-China relations might indeed be a result of his ignorance, but it is more likely that he deliberately and disingenuously judged that bringing up the Jewish role in American mainstream politics and the hidden side of the US-China relationship would not serve his main purpose, and was thus unnecessary, if not counterproductive. The article as it stands suffices to galvanize the Chinese masses to his hyper-nationalistic and pugnacious message and to cause them to rally all the more tightly around the current Chinese regime merely by inciting them to hate a West that is “bent on” containing China, while suppressing the real picture of the American and Chinese elites, which are conspiring to establish a plutocratic new world order ruled by Jewry and its globalist cohorts.

The focus of this article is on China’s strategies vis-à-vis the US and Russia. From the discussions in general and the first of its six points in particular, China’s vast and sinister ambitions are clear to see, as is its flagrant attempt to further capitalize on the current US-Russian division by driving a wedge, or to put it more accurately working to perpetuate the existing wedge, between the US and Russia. China is using Russia as a pawn in the grand chessboard of its global power game. It is obvious beyond any doubt that China is hostile to both the US and Russia and regards both of them as stumbling blocks on its road toward global hegemony, and is determined to sweep them away by whatever means possible. China fears and hates a friendly US-Russian relationship more than anything else and will spare no effort in trying to perpetuate and deepen the current difficult US-Russian relationship. And China’s fear and hostility equally applies to other bilateral relationships as well, such as the prospect of an improved US-Iranian relationship. It can also be discerned from the article that China views Russia with dismissive contempt, especially in regard to Russia’s underweight economic status compared with its own, and is therefore keen to maintain and intensify Russia’s economic weakness and subsequent dependence on China. It won’t hesitate to exploit, divide, hinder, and perhaps even attack Russia eventually when it deems itself to be overwhelmingly more powerful than Russia and has completely extracted Russia’s surplus value. The current Sino-Russian honeymoon relationship is but a thin, glossy veneer of diplomatic duplicity and unctuousness veiling cynical and cunning Chinese calculations. Let’s bear in mind the fact that China has claimed sovereignty over a large chunk of land mass in Russia’s Far East totaling more than one million square kilometers, and has consistently instilled in its own populace a strong sense of historical grievance against Russia that has kept it simmering in the collective Chinese mentality, dwarfing the dispute over four tiny islands to the northeast of Japan’s Hokkaido Island of Japan in comparison.

It is also my strong wish that this piece is spread among Russian nationalist circles so that they become more alert and vigilant concerning the latent Chinese menace. Likewise, considering the decidedly vile and diabolic intentions the Chinese hold toward India, Taiwan, and Vietnam, and the recent escalation of the armed standoff along the Chinese-Indian border, it behooves any nationalist Indian, Taiwanese, or Vietnamese who reads this article to spread the message wide and loud in their own circles.

Finally, I’d also like to call attention to a caveat that would help dispel some confusion regarding China’s aims and targets. Many White Nationalists who rightfully embrace the collective racial identity of the white race tend to dismiss today’s America as an outdated and useless idea, a mere political entity bound together by inimical and artificial laws that totally disregard or marginalize whites, which I sincerely agree and sympathize with. These same people may think that it doesn’t really matter if a surging China is about to displace the position of the US in today’s world since they do not identify with the corrupt and decadent state that it is today. I fully understand this rationale, but feel it vitally necessary to point out that China, as an alien and fiendish power whose many character traits bear a striking semblance to those of Jewry, never distinguishes between the whites of various national groups, whether it be the US, the UK, France, Germany, Australia, Russia, and so on. For the Chinese, the US and white Americans are one and the same concept, just as are the UK and white Britons, Russia and white Russians, and so on. They are all whites and objects to be conquered in China’s quest for global dominance, in their eyes. When China thinks about defeating and subjugating America or Australia or Russia, they are thinking about defeating and destroying the white racial stock of those countries. Since the US is currently still nominally the most powerful country, China targets the US, and specifically its white population, as its main enemy. Therefore, even if White Nationalists in the US feel no allegiance to it as a polity, they are essentially the same thing in the eyes of the Chinese as potential adversaries to be subdued or eliminated. Hence, even if you have chosen to forfeit your love for the US in your heart, you still have an obligation to resist and foil the Chinese plan to dislodge and decapitate America simply for the sake of defending the interests of the white race: her sovereignty, dignity, and ultimate survival.

To do that, the ideal and only effective way other than an all-out war with China is absolute, total, thorough, inexorable, and irrevocable disengagement with China. The illusion of transforming China through active economic and cultural engagement, as was promoted by US political and economic elites and practiced by its presidents from Nixon to Trump to varying degrees, has already proved an utter failure by ironclad facts that amply demonstrate the self-deluding and self-defeating nature of such a policy. China today is not only conducting blatant industrial and military espionage activities in the US and other Western countries, it’s also actively buying off the resources of the Western nations and using its increasing financial clout to silence voices of criticism and dissent, besides exporting its Fifth Column to the West through immigration as a potential Trojan Horse. The pieces of evidence for this are simply too large to count. We are talking about a people whose collective culture tells them to feel no qualms about lying, cheating, and stealing in order to get to the top. The West has engaged China only to continuously feed and fatten a tiger of an insatiable, bestial appetite until the moment it pounces on its feeder and devours him. Trade with China must be ended, all transportation to and from China in the form of people and goods must be ended, all capital and technological investments in both directions must be ended, and all academic communications must be ended, so that the poisonous tentacles sucking blood and nutrients from the body and spreading disease and vice to the mind of the white race will be cut off once and for all.

And if whites intend to safeguard their homes from the Chinese peril, we must first topple the rule of the established elites, Jews and gentile traitors alike, who have opened the gates to the Chinese flood and who continue to encourage it. The globalist, consumerist, nihilistic, and hedonistic ideology must be debunked, delegitimized, and demolished on the public stage. To accomplish this critically important mission of reclaiming our own fate and tuning back the tide, we need to educate and awaken our people, muster their collective strength to fight, and train a tough, reliable, and resourceful elite force of our own to lead and inspire. That’s where the value and significance of the work of Counter-Currents lies.