1: Our Real Enemy
1: Our Real Enemy
Our real enemy: We’ve long recognized that the money and influence flowing between Wall Street, Washington, media, and Big Tech work against our interests. There’s an entity taking advantage of these dynamics, an actor financially tied to our most powerful institutions that has been strategically maneuvering for decades. That force is the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Before you dismiss this, take a look at what we’ve put together here. Using reputable sources, expert reports, and true investigative journalism from across the political spectrum, we connect the dots and show how the CCP’s agenda underlies a vast array of division and conflicts that afflict us today.
Existential threat: The CCP (not the Chinese people) constitutes a threat to our freedoms, lifestyle, and future we have come to expect. And not just for the U.S., but the entire world. The biggest challenges facing us: societal unrest, economic instability, internet censorship, coronavirus—the CCP is deeply connected to them all.
Take just one example—the financial landscape. US Congressmen, as well as current and former administration officials, have over $1 billion of their personal finances tied to the CCP; our major media and social media owners have several billion dollars tied to the CCP, and our universities have taken over $1 billion from the CCP the last six years alone.
A staggering number of government officials and businesses are more financially dependent on the CCP than the US. China owns more US assets than any other foreign country—not just today but in history. And it’s not even close.
Why aren’t we all talking about this? Because the CCP has bought influence with many of our politicians, media tycoons, and Big Tech, getting them to do the CCP’s bidding or at least remain silent.
What are the CCP’s intentions?
Amazingly, the CCP has never hidden its intentions. For over two decades its leaders, especially the military ones, have publicly stated their aspiration: Given China’s population size, needs for resources, and the ideological goals of the Communist Party itself, the CCP wants to claim its place as the preeminent global superpower. It wants nothing short of world domination.
There’s only one country standing in the CCP’s way: the US. In 1999, top colonels in the CCP’s People’s Liberation Army wrote a book called Unrestricted Warfare. In
it they identify that the US cannot be beaten militarily. The only way to do it is to shift the definition of war to a multi-pronged war of attrition.
We may not think of ourselves as being at war with China, but the CCP is at war with us, and has been for decades.
What is truly mind-boggling for us here in the US, where we think in terms of election cycles, is that CCP leaders think in terms of decades. They make 5, 10, 20, and 50-year plans. They see themselves as carrying the flag of the Communist Revolution, tracing their lineage back to the Soviet Union, the Bolshevik Revolution, and the Paris Commune. The fathers of this revolution are Marx, Lenin, and Mao.
The goal is not a Scandinavian-style welfare state with free college and free healthcare. The CCP’s goal is globalizing its totalitarian model, creating a world in which a powerful elite control all resources and make decisions for the masses, a world in which information is controlled and everyone is monitored. It is a world without the freedom to speak your mind, the freedom to worship, nor the freedom to associate. In other words, today’s China.
The Long March
The CCP sees itself as getting stronger and is increasingly bolder. This past year it annexed Hong Kong and is now threatening Taiwan. CCP influencers are openly bragging about helping to get their guy in the White House. Xi Jinping’s speeches are telling Chinese people to prepare for war.
The long march of communism is moving forward rapidly. The front line of the revolution is now the U.S., and the popularization of socialism and communism in the U.S. is no accident; it is all part of a long-term strategy laid out in publications decades ago.
And yet socialism in practice, as opposed to a utopian theory, is deeply flawed. It leads to a structure in which absolute power is collected in the hands of a few. This power creates a predatory class ruling over Lenin’s “useful idiots,” that is us, who are continually lolled through propaganda, censorship, and distractions. Those who awaken and dare to speak are quickly silenced.
More times than not, these systems lead to misery. Last century, socialism caused over one hundred million deaths in China and Russia alone, more than all religious wars in all of history and World War I and World War II casualties… combined.
People who fled Eastern Europe, Cuba, or China to the U.S. came here for a reason, and they tend to be the biggest and most concerned critics of the socialist movement—they know where it leads.
If we educate ourselves and stand together, we have every reason to be optimistic.
Let us show you how.