Secret speech from Chinese Communist Party Official surfaces and it should serve as a warning to America

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As the world seems to be burning on numerous fronts—Israel and Ukraine come to mind—it might be a good time to revisit a speech given by Chi Haotian, who served as China’s Minister of National Defense between 1993 and 2003.

In 2005, The Epoch Times reprinted a speech of Chi’s in which he described the “annihilation of the West” and Chinese world domination. Three years ago, the speech was reprinted in the J.R. Nyquist Blog.

With the United States being busy in the Middle East and Eastern Europe, China may see this as a perfect time to invade Taiwan, intended to drag the U.S. into direct conflict with China.

The Chinese can see that the United States is currently being run by an incompetent gaggle of amateurs who have been more concerned over the military going down the woke highway, concerned about the use of “proper” pronouns, drag queen shows, and making sure the proper quota of gender-confused individuals are placed in high-ranking positions.

Published here are portions of Chi’s speech:

“I’m very excited today because the large-scale online survey that was done for us showed that our next generation is quite promising and our party’s cause will be carried on.

In answering the question, “Will you shoot at women, children, and prisoners of war,” more than 80 percent of respondents answered in the affirmative, exceeding by far our expectations.”

Contrast that analysis with what we see on the streets of the United States today.

When Israel was ruthlessly attacked by Hamas about two weeks ago, with over 1,000 Israeli men, women, and children slaughtered, including infants and toddlers whom the Hamas savages beheaded, anyone with a modicum of common sense would realize that not only should Israel respond but they must respond.

Yet we see protests in cities and college campuses across the United States, blaming Israel for responding while justifying Hamas’ brutality.

Could we expect any of these whiny little brats to defend our country against Chinese aggression?

Chi said that a 20-year period of “peace and development” needed to end, and in its place, a new phase was required to take place, which he called “modernization under the saber.”

Chi acknowledged the survey commissioned was not designed only to see if young Chinese people would be willing to use deadly force against their perceived enemy, but more so their attitude toward war. He said, “If future soldiers do not hesitate to kill even non-combatants, they’ll naturally be doubly ready and ruthless in killing combatants.”

However, the intention of Chinese leadership went far beyond that.

“The purpose of the CCP Central Committee in conducting this survey is to probe the people’s minds. We wanted to know: If China’s global development will necessitate massive deaths in enemy countries, will our people endorse that scenario? Will they be for or against it?”

Chi continued that in his mind, the development of China “refers to the great revitalization of the Chinese nation, which, of course, is not limited to the land we have now but also includes the whole world.”

Global domination.

In a piece for Newsmax in 2009, Lev Navrozov wrote that Chi believes the United States would be the first target since, as the most powerful democracy in the world and one of the world’s superpowers, taking out the U.S. would make the rest of the world relatively easy.

Navrozov said in the case of the United States, China would seek to poison up to two-thirds of the population, most likely through chemical warfare or possibly infected with biological weapons (COVID-19?).

Once most of the American people were taken out, China would seize all private property and assume it for themselves. The one-third of Americans remaining would then be virtual servants for their new Chinese masters.

Chi’s speech surprised Chinese leaders, who sought to have a front as cooperative world citizens while secretly planning global domination. AS Navrozov wrote, “China has prepared for world domination secretly.”

Much like Hitler’s Germany, China views itself as the superior race. Chi admitted as much. He claimed the Chinese did not originate in Africa (the biblical accounting of Adam and Eve).

Instead, they “originated independently in the land of China.” He claimed that Chinese researchers claim their civilization goes back as far as “more than a million years.”

Chi alleges that Chinese people “disseminated throughout the Americas and the regions along the Pacific Rim, and they became Indians in the Americas and the East Asian ethnic groups in the South Pacific.”

Chi blamed “complacency, narrow-mindedness, and the self-enclosure” of China for that nation being surpassed by Western civilization. He contends that eventually, the center of the world will shift back to China. He predicted “the 21st century will be the Chinese century.”

Chi said China “must borrow the precious experiences in human history by taking advantage of the outstanding fruition of human civilization and drawing lessons from what happened to other ethnic groups.

He said the falls of Germany and Japan would prove instructive to China.

In the case of Germany, he wrote, they placed “much emphasis on the education of the people, especially the younger generation.” From a very young age, German children were taught that German people were superior and their “mission” was to be “lords of the earth.”

In particular, he criticized Japan and Germany for engaging too many enemies at once, acting too impetuously (Pearl Harbor), and refusing to be ruthless when that was what was needed. Dragging the United States into the war far too early is what spelled defeat for the Axis powers, he argued.

Chi admitted that had Japan and Germany prevailed, today's China would likely not exist since Japan would have ruled over that land. He proposes, however, that Japan would have eventually conquered Germany’s west and “unified the whole world.”

Chi says that what we feel is our greatest strength, being a representative Republic, will be our downfall in a war with China. He noted that the United States has “never seen war on its mainland.” (He apparently hasn’t heard of the Civil War). Yet he believes our system of government, in some ways, makes the U.S. ripe for the picking.

“Once its (U.S.) enemies aim at the mainland, those enemies would reach Washington before its congress finishes debating and authorizes the president to declare war. But for us, we don’t waste time on these trivial things,” Chi wrote.

“The Party’s leadership is prompt in making decisions. Once a decision is made, it is immediately implemented. There’s no wasting time on trivial things like in capitalist countries. This is our advantage!”

Although he didn't say it directly, Chi also explained why the Chinese persecute Christians. He said that if people “worship a god, you can’t worship a person at the same time unless you recognize the person as the god’s representative like they do in Middle Eastern countries.”

He said, “…if we let all Chinese people listen to God and follow God, who will obediently listen to us and follow us?"

To achieve its ends, Chi said China needed to follow the three lessons learned by Germany in the aftermath of World War II.

“Firmly grasp the country’s living space; firmly grasp the Party’s control over the nation; and firmly grasp the general direction toward becoming the ‘lord of the earth.’”

Chi acknowledged that Western countries' “living space is much better than ours, citing forests, clean air, clean drinking water, and less population density.”

Next, he wrote that China needs to fortify its leadership position. Chi wrote that the only way to protect China as a country was to protect the Chinese Communist Party’s leadership position. He wrote that the June 4, 1989, demonstration in Tiananmen Square served as a warning to the CCP, noting that if China only concerned itself with its economy, the CCP could lose control.

Chi expressed concern that the June 4 “riot” could have turned into a peaceful transition in China, which would have seen the Communist Party deposed for good. The conclusion? He wrote the only way to prevent such a transition in the future was for China to turn the country’s “national strength into the force of a first striking outward—only by leading people to go out—can we win forever the Chinese people’s support and love for the Communist Party.”

He wrote that by so doing, “the Chinese people will have to depend on the Communist Party. They will forever follow the Communist Party with their hearts and minds.” In other words, it wasn’t a matter of what was best for the Chinese people…it was what was best for the power structure of the Chinese Communist Party.

He wrote the June 4 Tiananmen Square demonstration made the CCP realize that economic development needed to be combined with preparation for war, not in the Chinese homeland, but elsewhere. Since that time, he wrote, the Chinese “defence [sic] policy has taken a 180-degree turn, and we have since emphasized more and more ‘combining peace and war.’” The economic development of China, therefore, included a reliance on “preparing for the needs of war!”

He noted that China has been partaking in “The Great Wall Project,” designed to “build up, along our coastal and land frontiers as well as around large and medium-sized cities, a solid underground ‘Great Wall’ that can withstand a nuclear war.”

Meanwhile, the United States has been focused on the social engineering of our military and dividing the country along absurd social lines involving matters such as gender identity.

Chi downplayed the idea of “mutually assured destruction,” which, since the onset of the “Cold War,” had deterred nations from using nuclear weapons against one another. The following statement is chilling:

“Therefore, we will not hesitate to fight a Third World War so as to lead the people to go out and to ensure the Party’s leadership position. In any event, we, the CCP, will never step down from the stage of history! We’d rather have the whole world, or even the entire globe, share life and death with us than step down from the stage of history!

“Isn’t there a ‘nuclear bondage theory? It means that since nuclear weapons have bound the security of the entire world, all will die together if death is inevitable. In my view, there is another kind of bondage, that is, the fate of our Party is tied up with that of the whole world. If we, the CCP, are finished, China will be finished, and the world will be finished.”

Chi then outlined a series of steps China needed to “lead the Chinese people to go out” into the rest of the globe. The fifth step should serve as a wakeup call as to the mindset of the Chinese Communist Party:

‘Fifth, China’s great economic expansion will inevitably come with significant development in our military forces, creating conditions for our expansion overseas. Ever since Napoleon’s time, the West has been alert for the possible awakening of the sleeping lion that is China. Now, the sleeping lion is standing up and advancing into the world and has become unstoppable!”

Of course, one thing stands in the way of Chinese world domination…the United States, a factor Chi acknowledges.

Quoting He Xin, Chi said that any “renaissance of China is in fundamental conflict with the Western strategic interest, and therefore will inevitably be obstructed by the Western countries doing everything they can. So only by breaking the blockade formed by the Western countries headed by the United States can China grow and move toward the world!”

Chi acknowledges that the key to solving Chinese expansion efforts is to solve “the issue of America.” He suggested that “only countries like the United States, Canada, and Australia have the vast land to serve our need for mass colonization.”

Moreover, he suggests that China is “entitled to the possession” of the United States, claiming that “America was originally discovered by the ancestors of the yellow race. We, the descendants of the Chinese nation, are entitled to the possession of the land.” [emphasis added]

He posits that after the United States is disposed of, “the western countries of Europe would bow to us, not to mention Taiwan, Japan, and other small countries. Therefore, solving the ‘issue of America’ is the mission assigned to the CCP members by history.”

Joe Biden has claimed that “climate change” poses the most “existential threat” to humanity while ignoring the threat posed by China. Chi isn’t just some low-level CCP member bloviating about dominating the world. He was a high-ranking official in the party.

“It is historical destiny that China and the United States will come to unavoidable confrontation on a narrow path and fight each other!
“…In the long run, the relationship of China and the United States is one of a life-and-death struggle.”

Chi said China needed to bide its time, relying on the United States for capital and technology, writing that for the time being, “we still need America.”

“Only after we have learned all of its useful experiences can we replace it in the future.”

Quoting former Chinese chairman Deng Xiaoping, Chi wrote:

“Refrain from revealing ambitions and put others off the track.”

“The hidden message is: we must put up with America; we must conceal our ultimate goals, hide our capabilities, and await the opportunity,” Chi wrote. “In this way, our mind is clear.”

Chi acknowledges that conventional warfare against the United States would not eliminate enough Americans to allow the Chinese people to infiltrate and take over the land. He said only by using “special means” to “clean up” America will China be able to carry out its goals.

Likewise, he wrote nuclear weapons are not a practical option due to mutually assured destruction. However, using such weapons against a nation such as Taiwan wouldn’t be out of the question, saying that the CCP has said the “Taiwan issue” will be “resolved at whatever cost.”

What does that leave? Biological weapons, with Chi noting that “there has been rapid development of modern biological technology and new bioweapons have been invented one after another.”

“We are capable of achieving our purpose of ‘cleaning up’ America all of a sudden.”

Chi, however, isn’t a “total” monster. He said people in the United States would be warned and “persuaded” to leave the country for the Chinese people or even “leave half of the United States to be China’s colony…” If Americans don’t willingly leave or agree to be a “colony” of China, there would be “only one choice left to us. That is, use decisive means to ‘clean up’ America and reserve America for our use in a moment.”

Chi recognized the possibility that in the case of a bio attack on the United States, we would respond in kind with a nuclear strike on China, which would “suffer a catastrophe in which more than half its population would perish.” Only by developing air defense systems in big and medium Chinese cities would China be able to stave off such an attack by the U.S.

Chi said if China did lose half its population, they “can be reproduced.” The CCP, he says, must survive, or “everything is gone, and forever gone.”
Chi wrote that a meeting in conflict between the two nations would require “resolute measures” against the American populace. He dismisses the concerns of some that among the American population are a significant number of Chinese, noting this had been done during the “liberation” of China. He said that while the Chinese had been researching genetic weapons that would not kill “yellow” people, it had not succeeded.

He also said the Chinese Americans had become a “burden” to China because “they have been corrupted by bourgeois liberal values for a long time, and it would be difficult for them to accept our Party’s leadership.” He said if Chinese Americans survived a war, “we would have to launch campaigns in the future to deal with them, to reform them.”

But fear not America. Chi has a heart, claiming it would be “brutal to kill one or two hundred million Americans.” However, that is a small price to pay for the CCP.

“But if history confronts us with a choice between deaths of Chinese and those of Americans, we’d have to pick the latter, as, for us, it is more important to safeguard the lives of the Chinese people and the life of our party.”

And if the Chinese people oppose “cleaning up” America?

“…we will, of course, have to adopt corresponding measures.”

The Taiwan issue has long been on the radar of some American lawmakers, and perhaps sooner than later, with the U.S. now distracted by events in Ukraine and Israel, China will make its move. Chi, however, views any move on Taiwan as a move on the United States.
“Therefore, our military battle presentation appears to aim at Taiwan but, in fact, is aimed at the United States, and the preparation is far beyond the scope of attacking aircraft carriers or satellites.”

While this speech is twenty years old, it paints a clear picture of the mindset of those leading the Chinese Communist Party.

China…not climate change…is the most existential threat facing the United States.

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