Wuhan Flu: The Role in Chinese World Domination By Brian Simpson
In my articles at the alor.org blog, after a few giving the benefit of the doubt to the pathological seriousness of Covid-19, which should have been called the Wuhan flu, I moved to seeing this plandemic as a conspiracy by China to achieve world domination quicker, by shutting down the economies of the West. In many articles evidence was quoted supporting the position that this virus was constructed in a Communist Chinese lab, and was either deliberately, or was accidentally released and China made the most of his opportunity. I agree with President Trump, that China acted suspiciosly to hide the infection situation leading to the West being contaminated, and now shutdown. The communists knew how the weak liberal West would have dealt with this. Here is more along these lines, as politicians other than Trump expose the greatest scam in human history:
“A U.K. minister of parliament party warning that the Chinese Communist Party will achieve global dominance sooner thanks to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). This warning was written by Iain Duncan Smith, the former leader of the Conservative Party.
In an op-ed in The Telegraph regarding China’s rising prominence, Duncan Smith lamented the fact that, while China was supposedly on the road to recovery, the U.K. was getting ready to reimpose strict lockdowns across swathes of their country.
The MP further noted that the U.K. isn’t alone in this regard. The coronavirus continues to wreak havoc across most of the developed world, particularly in Europe and the United States.
China has been a notable exception to this rule. If their official pronouncements are to be believed, they haven’t had to deal with a large-scale resurgence of the coronavirus in a very long time. (Related: Beijing using the coronavirus pandemic to expand internet surveillance apparatus.)
In fact, as many economies in the Western world are going through a recession, China just announced that its GDP grew by 4.9 percent in the third quarter, and analysts expect the country’s economy to grow by 7.6 percent in 2021.
“There is a deep sense of irony here,” wrote Duncan Smith. “The country from which coronavirus came, and which did so little in the early days to help the rest of the world escape its spread, is now bouncing back by selling us the equipment we need to combat that very virus.”
China set to dominate the world through trade
Despite predictions that the coronavirus pandemic – coupled with the ongoing trade war with the United States – would finally shatter China’s economy, the communist regime is still standing strong.
In the first two months of 2020, Chinese exports contracted by an astonishing 17.1 percent. However, As the coronavirus pandemic started spreading across the world and demand for medical equipment, personal protective gear and appliances for people to start working from home such as computers and smartphones increased, Chinese exports received an enormous boost.
Duncan Smith points out that the pandemic has given China a trade surplus of $58.93 billion. The country’s exports have been increasing since June, and the yuan – China’s currency – hit an 18-month high before the communist government intervened to keep it more stable.
Many investors in the West are once again lining up and give the communist regime more of their money. In the United States, investors just gave the regime $27 billion in China’s first U.S. direct investment bond. Foreign Direct Investment inflows now amount to around $103 billion.
“China’s export performance during the crisis is indeed proof of its solid status as the world’s factory,” said Yao Wei, a Chinese economist for French investment bank Societe Generale. “It is reliable, as the quick and effective containment of the outbreak in China allowed its manufacturing sector to resume operations way ahead of others.”
Economic warfare is not the only way China is achieving its global dominance. Within its own borders, Uighurs are being forced into reeducation camps to have their cultural identities extinguished, Tibetans are being forced into labor camps, Mongolians are being barred from learning their own language, and its democracy-loving subjects in Hong Kong are facing persecution.
Outside its borders, it is currently engaged in a tense struggle with India over their borders in the Himalayas region, and it continues to solidify its grip over the resource-rich South China Sea. All this is not even considering the military threats it makes against democratic Taiwan.”
China has now emerged as a major threat to the West, perhaps the greatest it has ever faced. Chinese dominance will be terrible, far worse than the political correctness cult, which in any case is little more than a Westernised version of Chairman Mao’s, correct ideas doctrine. This dragon has been fed by exploitation of globalism, not playing fair by engaging in “Predatory Mercantilism,” and there is a faint chance that if Trump can win, which is looking touch and go, the dragon can be put on a radical diet and become less of a threat. Perhaps the Wuhan flu would then have had a silver lining to a dark totalitarian cloud.
“Tax cuts helped all U.S. businesses. The general approach of economic nationalism boosted confidence. But there were at least 7 specific policies that gave a bit lift to manufacturing:
- Tearing up the Trans-Pacific Partnership. President Trump immediately — on the third day of his presidency — withdrewthe U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, known as the TPP. He rejected the deal negotiated under Barack Obama’s administration as not providing enough protection for U.S. jobs or opportunities for U.S. businesses. Critics of the TPP said it would cost more than 400,000 U.S. jobs.
- Pulling U.S. Out of Paris Climate Agreement. On June 1, 2017, Trump announcedthe U.S. would pull out of the Paris Climate Accord. The agreement would have greatly hamperedU.S. factories while allowing China to continue record-levels of pollution.
- Protecting Domestic Washing Machine and Solar Panel Producers from Unfair Competition. Trump approvedglobal safeguard tariffs on $8.5 billion in imports of solar panels and $1.8 billion of washing machines on January 22, 2018.
- Saving American Aluminum and Steel. The Trump administration’s investigations revealed that a global glut of metals — due to vast overproduction in China — was imperiling U.S. capacity to produce steel and aluminum. That, in turn, was a serious threat to U.S. national security. On March 1, 2018, Trump announced tariffs on all trading partners of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum under national security grounds. A week later, he signedthe tariff order.
- Imposing Tariffs to Stop China’s Predatory Mercantilism.
- In the summer of 2017, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer announced an investigation into China’s policies that might be hampering U.S. property rights, innovation, or technology development.
- The devastating report found China was stealing U.S. technology by forcing U.S. companies to handover tech to Chinese-controlled joint-ventures. The Trump administration responded with a $50 billion list of 1,333 Chinese products on which it intended to impose 25 percent tariffs. When
- After China published its own list of U.S. products—from cars, to aircraft, to agricultural goods—that it would subject to forthcoming 25 percent tariffs as retaliation, Trump told Lighthizer to put a 10 percent tariff on $200 billion of additional goods.
- In the summer of 2018, U.S. imposed the 25 percent tariff on the first list of $50 billion of goods. Trump threatens to impose tariffs on all US imports from China, which totaled $504 billion in 2017.
- By September 2018, the 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese products take effect.
- Trump declared a trade truce in December 2018, but said if talks did not produce an agreement, the 10 percent tariffs would rise to 25 percent.
- China and the U.S. spent much of 2019 in stop and start negotiations. In May, the U.S. raised the 10 percent tariff to 25 percent and then makes plans to raise tariffs on all remaining Chinese goods.
- Enacting the Phase One Trade Agreement with China.On January 15, 2020, the U.S. and China signed a historic trade agreement. China agreed to purchase the extraordinary amount of an additional $200 billion worth of US exports while almost all of the Trump administration’s tariffs remain in effect.
- Replacing NAFTA with USMCA. The Trump administrationscrapped the 1990s-era North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), replacing it with the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). The new deal creates a more level playing field for American workers, including effective rules of origin for automobiles, trucks, other products, and disciplines on currency manipulation. It will serve as the model for future trade agreements in a second Trump administration.”
This list is a good start for all Western nations to adopt to break down the dragon. Weaker countries like Australia, whose elites have totally stole it out with Asianisation, will struggle, but this is no longer the lucky country, and a new era of struggle arises.