EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: A CCP Adviser Talks Very Straight Forward About China’s Detailed Plan to Defeat US

The following information is 100% true since it’s been shared by a Chinese professor and an adviser for the CCP.

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He’s explaining in a few steps how exactly the plan is imagined to develop, and it functions in many levels, with many integrations in the highest positions of society and the influential circles…

The following sentence of the report made it all clear…

“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 Canrong is a dean of the School of International Studies at Beijing’s Renmin University of China explained this plan in a speech recovered from back in 2016, just before the elections took place…

“We want to be the world leader,” Jin said, explaining Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s desire.

Jin is a well-known and recognized anti-U.S. rhetoric, as well as an advice of the Chinese Communist Party. He’s involved in affairs with two very high bodies of the Party – the Organization Department and the United Front Work Department, not to mention he’s very close with leader Xi.

Dubbed “teacher of the state” by Chinese netizens, Jin is a prominent scholar known for his fiery anti-U.S. rhetoric. He’s an adviser to several CCP organizations, including two powerful bodies, although it’s unclear how close he is to Xi.

Jin was also a visiting professor at the Gerald Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan, in 2003 and 2007.

Manipulating the elections

Jin suggested that the CCP would be interested in an election interference since they would want to bring personal favorite candidates to more powerful positions. Also, he added that the races for a seat in the House of Representatives shouldn’t be a hard target…

“The Chinese government wants to arrange Chinese investments in every single congressional district to control thousands of voters in each district,” Jin said.

“The voting rate in the United States is about 30 percent, which means around 200,000 residents in each congressional district vote for the representative in that district,” Jin said. “Normally, the difference of votes between two candidates is 10,000 or less. If China has thousands of votes on hand, China will be the boss of the candidates.”

He talked very openly when he said that China’s ambition was to control “at least” the House.

Piece of cake, and a small thing, right???

Jin said China’s ambition is to control at least the House.

“The best scenario is China can buy the United States and change the U.S. House of Representatives into the second Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress.”

“The investment opportunities in the United States are relatively good,” he said. “The U.S. market is open—more open than the Japanese and European ones.”

Strengthening their personal regime

Jin said that “the Chinese regime has greatly relied on U.S. trade and investments to spur its economic development over the past four decades. He highlighted four approaches to expand the CCP’s economic and political power at home and abroad.”

Expanding the Regime’s Territory

The professor believes that the Chinese regime will occupy the whole of the South China Sea, as well as Taiwan in the very near future.

No wonder they will with this level of technology promotion and development.

“The CCP lays claim to almost all of the South China Sea, despite a 2016 ruling by an international court finding that its territorial claims were unlawful. The Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, and Taiwan have competing claims in the region. Home to rich fishing grounds and potentially valuable natural resources, the South China Sea is also one of the world’s major shipping lanes.”

“In one and half years in 2013 and 2014, under Xi’s administration, China has created more than 3,200 acres of territory. The other four claimant states have created only 100 acres in 45 years,” Jin stated.

“Even if the Philippines wants the United States to take over the reefs [in the South China Sea], the United States can’t guard them,” Jin continued. “If the United States stations an aircraft carrier there, China can simply send 2,000 fishing boats and surround the carrier. The carrier doesn’t dare to fire at the fishing boats.”

Influencing International Organizations

Jin also explained CCP’s plan to rule the world, by controlling all international organizations.

And how will they do that?

Simply, with enough technology and finance.

And since China is the leading power in the production of technology – basically all of the electronics and the gadgets for them are made in China, even for companies such as Nokia, Samsung, and other non-Chinese techs. The Chinese government tends to “exert greater influence over global bodies such as the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the World Health Organization, Interpol, the International Monetary Fund, the International Olympic Committee, and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.”

“We can appoint someone who speaks Chinese and who represents China to be its leaders,” Jin said.

“No matter how much power you have, it’s nothing if you don’t dare to use it,” Jin said. “Chairman Xi dares to use it. Xi’s authorities have the power, dare to use that power, and all of its attacks make the other party bleed.”


Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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