Secretly, secretly and with incredible accuracy, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) launched a long war against America for world domination, using a military strategy known as “unlimited war,” which continues today.
Unbeknownst to the majority of the population, The CCP has infiltrated almost every major life path in the United States. – virtually without leaving the industry untouched. Although this threat basically goes unnoticed, its consequences for the nation, as well as its geopolitical consequences, have far-reaching consequences.
Bypassing the traditional, direct military offensive clashes, which are somewhat outdated in our time, this unconventional strategy has become central to the approach of the communist regime to war.
This strategy is highlighted in the 1999 book Unlimited War. The author – two colonels of the Chinese Air Force – Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui – and published by the People’s Liberation Army, the armed forces of the CCP. Book that was translated into english, based on original army documents.
Beijing uses a variety of subversive tactics, including but not limited to propaganda war, cultural war, memetic war, front-line operations, political infiltration, technological and telecommunication war, legal war, economic espionage, espionage in education, cyber war and sanctions war.
Exploitation, penetration and espionage are all recurring themes. The CCP uses them to varying degrees at the same time in different sections of society to undermine or influence the United States, which is the main obstacle to global domination.
Although some examples are more obvious, such as ChinaThe long history of intellectual property theft and unfair trade practices with the United States, others that use what it calls “soft power,” is harder to detect.
One such path is the Confucius Institutes (CI), supported by the party, which penetrate and work in American colleges to enhance the image of the CCP. It is also aimed at promoting the foreign policy goal of making the regime not only an economic superpower, but also cultural one.
CI attracted the attention of lawmakers, national organizations, and the FBI in connection with allegations that the program undermines academic freedom. CI is accused of propaganda of communist propaganda of China under the pretext of propaganda of the Chinese language and history. There are thousands of CI in the world, and, apparently, not less than 75 in America.
Other examples are more egregious, from the former head of chemistry at harvard university recently accused for false allegations of funding he received from China, a Chinese citizen who was convicted of economic espionage, theft of trade secrets and conspiracy.
In the latter case, a man was identified who was identified as 41-year-old Hao Zhang, who was trying to steal commercial secrets from two American companies “for the good of the People’s Republic of China.” according to to the Ministry of Justice. Zhang stole information specifically related to the performance of wireless devices.
Economic espionage “poses a widespread threat in the United States, especially in the San Francisco Bay area and Silicon Valley, which is the center of innovation and technology.” John F. Bennet, special agent in charge of the FBI San Francisco office, spoke about the Zhang case.
The Thousand Talents Plan, one of the most widely known talent collection programs in the CCP or the “brainwashing” programs, encourages the theft of intellectual property from US institutions, according to the FBIOffering competitive salaries, state-of-the-art research opportunities and honorary titles, these programs attract talented specialists from abroad to China, “even if it means stealing confidential information or violating export controls,” the bureau says.
FBI Director Christopher Ray testified in 2018 that the bureau is trying to consider the danger posed by China, “not as a threat to the entire government, but a threat to the whole society on their part.” To effectively counter China’s strategy, Ray said the United States should also use the “whole-society response.”
Walter LohmanThe director of the Heritage Foundation’s Asian Studies Center said the United States is attentive to China’s “sensitivity” but hasn’t received “anything in return.”
“China’s aggressive behavior over the past 15 years or so has only worsened, despite all our efforts.” he said the great era.
China currently poses the greatest threat to the United States because it “is powerful across a range of indicators and … directly threatens as many American interests as our communications networks such as Taiwan, freedom in Hong Kong, and freedom of the seas,” he said.
CCP is also actively promoting and promoting its telecommunications companies, such as Huawei and ZTE, as well as Chinese applications, such as TikTok and Zoom, in the United States and around the world.
US lawmakers and officials have begun to realize the threats to national security posed by these Chinese companies. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in June officially designated Huawei and ZTE as a threat to national security, therefore, a ban on access to money of $ 8.3 billion per year by the FCC Universal Service Fund for the purchase or modification of any equipment or services provided by suppliers.
One of the reasons for the decision, according to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, is that both companies are closely related to the CCP and its military apparatus, is that they “They are generally subordinate to Chinese law, which obliges them to cooperate with the country’s intelligence services.” Both companies deny this.
Recently discovered China-owned TikTok, which has seen rapid growth in the United States. secret reading of data from the clipboard of users, although the application now claims that it fixed the problemSimilar concerns arise regarding Zoom, as researchers found that the encryption keys were transmitted to servers in China.
While the United States stepping up efforts to counter threats from Beijing, the communist regime is simultaneously building up its own aggressive efforts through the CPC Joint Front Work Department.
This unit coordinates thousands of groups to conduct operations on political influence, suppress dissident movements, collect intelligence and facilitate the transfer of technology from other countries to China, according to June. report Australian Institute for Strategic Policy.
His political influence initiatives The report says that they are aimed at foreign elites, including politicians and businessmen, and are often hidden. Overseas Chinese communities are also key goals, as the party seeks to co-opt and control Chinese-language community groups, business associations, and media.
Alex Yoske, the author of the report, said that the work of the United Front Abroad is “an export of the political system of the CPC.” His efforts “undermine social cohesion, exacerbate racial tensions, influence politics, damage the integrity of the media, promote espionage and increase technology transfer unattended,” the report said.
With these companies supported by the CCP, the regime is trying to influence the entire globe, and not just the United States. Some of the major programs supported by the regime, which also play in its international ambitions, are the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the “Made in China until 2025” plan.
The CCP, through BRI, has allocated billions of dollars to low-income countries to build its infrastructure projects. Since 2013, the initiative launched more than 2900 projects worth 3.87 trillion. BRI was called the “debt trap” because of Beijing’s predatory lending practices, which make countries vulnerable to aggressive Chinese influence campaigns.
Over the past two decadesChina has become a major global lender whose debt in 2019 exceeded $ 5.5 trillion, representing more than 6 percent of the global gross domestic product. report Institute of International Finance stated.
And pda “Made in China 2025 ″ industrial planThe project, which was launched in 2015, aims to make the country a global competitor in 10 technology sectors by 2025. At the end of 2018, Beijing also launched “China Standards 2035Accelerate efforts to become a leader in growing technology sectors such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Meanwhile, the report was published in March. decided that Beijing is using the global CCP virus pandemic, which first emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan, to achieve its economic goals and realize its wider ambitions.
“Beijing intends to use global deployment and recession to attract foreign investment, to capture the strategic market share and resources, especially those that are addictive [on China], ” Horizon Advisory report, an independent consulting company in the United States, states. The group reviewed the latest policies and notifications announced by China’s central government agencies, regional governments, and research institutions.
While an increasing number of countries expressing anger and disappointment at Beijing’s unsuccessful outbreak, exacerbated by widespread concealment, The negative reaction is also intensified by his attempts to declare himself as a world leader in the fight against the pandemic.
Beijing sent many medical experts and supplies, such as masks and respirators, to countries where they desperately needed to try to improve their image.
But the products that she supplied often turned out to be defective, and countries had no choice but to abandon faulty equipment. Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, Finland, UK and Ireland These are just some of the countries that have received shipments deemed unusable.
“Official Chinese sources explicitly state that the economic destruction and dislocation created by COVID-19 gives China the opportunity to expand its dominance in global markets and supply chains – both in the real economy and in the virtual sphere,” the Horizon Advisory report said. . “They also emphasize that the current crisis will allow Beijing to reverse US efforts to protect its systems and its allies from China.”