Chinese Leaders Ordered to 'Prepare for War with America' Amid COVID-19 Fallout
Officials urged to be ready for armed confrontation with the United States, report says
China's leaders have been urged to prepare for war with America amid the fallout from the deepening coronavirus crisis, according to a bombshell report.
Chinese intelligence reportedly presented a report to top Communist Party officials a month ago, warning about the fallout from China’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leaders were warned the backlash was so bad that China needed to prepare for an armed confrontation with the United States.
The report was presented early last month by the Ministry of State Security to top Beijing leaders including President Xi Jinping, sources reportedly told Reuters.
Chinese intel concluded that global anti-China sentiment is at its highest since the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown.
“As a result, Beijing faces a wave of anti-China sentiment led by the United States in the aftermath of the pandemic and needs to be prepared in a worst-case scenario for armed confrontation between the two global powers, according to people familiar with the report’s content, who declined to be identified given the sensitivity of the matter,” Reuters reported.
The 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, the history of which is completely censored in China, happened when the Chinese Communist Party (CPC) murdered thousands upon thousands of Chinese citizens who were protesting for democratic reforms in the communist nation, according to The Daily Wire.
The presentation that was given to China’s top leaders was prepared by “the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR), a think tank affiliated with the Ministry of State Security, China’s top intelligence body,” Reuters added.
“The report described to Reuters warned that anti-China sentiment sparked by the coronavirus could fuel resistance to China’s Belt and Road infrastructure investment projects, and that Washington could step up financial and military support for regional allies, making the security situation in Asia more volatile.”
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is a predatory investment project that provides “vital infrastructure funding to developing countries” while leaving those countries with “unsustainable debt,” according to the Center For Strategic & International Studies (CSIS).
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) “has scrutinized multiple aspects of the BRI, repeatedly warning of unsustainable debt levels, predatory lending, and the lack of project transparency,” CSIS added.
Reuters noted that one person who had knowledge of what was presented to Chinese leaders said that Chinese intelligence viewed the report as China’s version of the “Novikov Telegram,” a 1946 document from Soviet ambassador to the U.S., Nikolai Novikov, which warned that the U.S. was a threat to the USSR and thus the USSR needed to beef up its presence in Eastern Europe.
China has rapidly ramped up its military capabilities thanks to its theft of U.S. intellectual property and military secrets, as well as other criminal activity.
The Department of Defense reported:
China uses a variety of methods to acquire foreign military and dual-use technologies, including targeted foreign direct investment, cyber theft, and exploitation of private Chinese nationals’ access to these technologies, as well as harnessing its intelligence services, computer intrusions, and other illicit approaches.
China is responsible for the coronavirus pandemic as studies have found that had they acted three weeks earlier, which is still weeks after they learned that the virus was transmissible from human-to-human, the outbreak could have been 95% contained.
Over the weekend, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo revealed that the government now has "enormous evidence" that the global coronavirus pandemic originated in a lab in Wuhan, China.
"There's enormous evidence that that's where this began," Pompeo said on ABC's This Week.
"We've said from the beginning that this was a virus that originated in Wuhan, China," he continued.
"We took a lot of grief for that from the outset but I think the whole world can see now.
"Remember, China has a history of infecting the world, and they have a history of running substandard laboratories," he added.