WASHINGTON, DC, June 11 — Some might call the Epoch Times the real-life “Chinese Checkers,” determined to shed light on the potential threats posed by the Communist Chinese Party [CCP]. The newspaper says, “Our founders, Chinese-Americans who themselves had fled communism, sought to create an independent media to bring the world uncensored and truthful information.”
In a recent edition of the paper, the focus was on the clear and present danger the U.S. faces from the Communist Chinese regime as described by a well-placed CCP adviser, Jin Canrong, in a speech he delivered in 2016. Jin is a professor and associate dean of the School of International Studies at Beijing’s Renmin University of China, according to Epoch Times reporters Nicole Hao and Cathy He. And his speech was a blueprint for undermining the U.S. and achieving world domination for China.
As Hao and He put it: “The professor’s multi-pronged strategy involves a range of malign actions to subvert the United States while strengthening the Chinese regime. They include interfering in U.S. elections, controlling the American market, cultivating global enemies to challenge the United States, stealing U.S. technology, expanding Chinese territory, and influencing international organizations.”
Jin’s reputation earned him the nickname, The State Master; it also caused the U.S. State Department to suspend his visa. This is a guy who advises the CCP on ways to weaken America in a way that would give Communist China what some might call control of our way of life.
He talks about his strategy in a manner that strongly suggests it has already been adopted by the government. He says unabashedly that it’s all about “squeezing” us into submission by “causing” us to make mistakes, by “exhausting” our resources, and by creating a state of co-dependence.
But there is more; and it is scary, as this quote from one of Jin’s speeches reveals:
“Our government hopes that eventually China will have investments in each and every congressional district in the U.S., making it possible for China to control thousands of votes to influence congressional members’ stance toward China. In fact, the U.S. representatives can be controlled. The U.S. has 312 millions of people, who elect 435 representatives. That means 750,000 people in each district on average. The normal turnout rate is 30 percent, about 200,000 voters who determine who gets elected. Generally, the two contenders have about the same number of supporters, separated by only 10,000 votes or fewer. Therefore, if you control a few thousand votes, you would be his/her dad. China, if playing well, will be able to buy out the U.S., making the U.S. Congress the second Standing Committee of our People’s National Representatives.”
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