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China Dragon

Our Lady - "The eagle is plucked. He will not rise again." 
Veronica saw in vision an eagle stretched out flat on his stomach, with his head hanging weakly to the side, struggling to get up. His feathers were all about him, plucked out. There were three creatures by him. Two of them were leaving his vanquished form. These two had the forms of a dragon and a lizard. The lizard had a most unusually long tongue. There was the other creature, the third, that looked like a bear, still beating on the fallen eagle. (July 15, 1970)


We live in one of the most dangerous times in the history of the world. Global communism marches on while our leaders are asleep, even as Russia and China prepare for war with the United States. Make no mistake: communism still thrives throughout the world, and this anti-God system still governs the most populous country in the world, China. Persecution of the Catholic Church in China rages, including the murder of three Catholic bishops in 1991 and 1992, as well as numerous beatings and imprisonments of priests and Catholic laity. (Read more...)  According to Washington Times reporter Bill Gertz: 

China’s rulers—from its president to the general in charge of the all-powerful Central Military Commission—remain communists, and the fifty years of communist rule are replete with brutal repression, mass murder, and border wars with China’s neighbors.[i]

     Many are oblivious to the brutal repression and murderous campaign that has been status quo in China for decades. As long ago as 1971 in a study done for Congress, Professor Richard L. Walker, in “The Human Cost of Communism in China,” noted that Beijing [China] was responsible for the deaths of between 34.3 million and 63.8 million people. The figures can no longer be dismissed as those of a Cold War anticommunist. A 1999 estimate by European historian Jean-Louis Margolin confirms Walker’s figures. Margolin stated that Chinese communism took the lives of 44.5 million to 72 million people—through repression, famine, executions, and forced labor.” [ii]  Included within this mindboggling figure is the Chinese famine of 1959-1961, in which the loss of lives was between 20 million and 43 million:  “This was quite possibly the worst famine not just in the history of China but in the history of the world.” [iii]

      The atrocities committed by the Chinese communists have not been limited to their own people, but have spilled over into other countries. In Tibet:

The litany of atrocities is hair-raising and in many cases unverifiable. But the eyewitness reports concur so precisely that the Dalai Lama’s assessment of this period seems beyond challenge: "Tibetans were not only were shot, but also were beaten to death, crucified, burned alive, drowned, mutilated, starved, strangled, hanged, boiled alive, buried alive, drawn and quartered, and beheaded.” [iv]


“But China has become more assertive in recent years. In 1974, it seized several of the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea from South Vietnam. In 1979, it broke its still-frequently-reiterated promise never to be the first to resort to arms when it attacked over the North Vietnamese border. In 1988, the Chinese sank three Vietnamese ships in the Spratlys area. More than seventy-five Vietnamese sailors were killed or missing. Since then, China has gradually occupied additional islands in the Spratlys. In 1994, there was the episode in the Yellow Sea involving a Chinese submarine and American ships…. In 1995, China sent an armed naval force that seized Mischief Reef from the Philippines. In 1996, it fired missiles off the coast of Taiwan in an attempt to intimidate the residents of the island during the presidential elections there—a bit of saber rattling taken seriously enough in Washington for the Clinton administration to respond.” [v]

Chinese army
The Chinese PLA leadership is creating elite units of combat-ready rapid deployment troops. These Rapid Reaction Forces, which numbered a mere 15,000 in 1988, have expanded to more than 200,000 by the mid-1990s.[vi]  China has not only the largest Asian military force, but also the only one that has deployed nuclear weapons. China has been the world’s third largest nuclear power since the late 1970s, in terms of the total number of delivery vehicles. [vii]

     Although we assert with Our Lady of the Roses that Russia is the major threat to the world and the United States, according to Bill Gertz, “The People’s Republic of China is the most serious national security threat the United States faces at present and will remain so into the foreseeable future. This grave strategic threat includes the disruption of vital U.S. interests in the Pacific region and even the possibility of a nuclear war that could cost millions of American lives.”[viii]  All of this is very clear when we examine recent interaction between Russia and China, as well as statements by Chinese leaders themselves.  

Chinese-Russian alliance against the United States
There is a growing number of books and journalists detailing the modernization of the Chinese military, as well as the formation of a Chinese-Russian military alliance aimed against the U.S. (Read more...). In spite of the propaganda, facts show that Russia’s arms sales grew 62 percent between 1994 and 1995, and has outstripped the United States in arms sales to developing countries, with China being by far its biggest customer. (“Russia Outstrips U.S. As Chief Arms Seller to Developing Nations,” The New York Times, August 20, 1996).  Russia has drastically accelerated military aid to China, including a recent arms sale of warships carrying SS-N-22 Sunburn anti-ship cruise missiles, which are 200-kiloton nuclear weapons capable of vaporizing an American aircraft carrier (Read more...).  In 1996, a highly nationalist and anti-American book entitled China Can Say No urged China to join with Russia in an anti-American alliance. Evidence of this alliance continues to grow: 

Moscow announced it will sell China an airborne radar-warning aircraft. The move is viewed by Pentagon analysts as another step in the growing anti-U.S. axis between Moscow and Beijing. (“Al Gore’s military,” Washington Times, November 24, 2000, Bill Gertz and Rowan Scarborough)

Targeting the United States for war
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher of California has warned: 

“With the wealth of technology that Bill Clinton and the corporate power brokers are transferring, China is steadily building a state-of-the-art army, navy, and air force, and strategic missile force. This is a power that will threaten anyone who gets in the way. And we are financing it. We are subsidizing it. We are facilitating it. And this administration is celebrating it…. Our military personnel will be in grave danger and our country vulnerable to nuclear attack and high-tech warfare attack. All of this from this nonsensical policy.” [ix]

     The United States has been the target of Chinese espionage for some time. “Recently the Central Intelligence Agency named China as one of the three top countries ‘extensively engaged in economic espionage.’” (U.S. Senate, Hearing before the Select Committee on Intelligence, February 22, 1996)

     The damage that has been done by Chinese espionage is incalculable: 

[U.S.] Energy Department intelligence analysts learned that China had acquired U.S. secrets on at least seven of America’s most modern thermonuclear warheads. The damage was known to key officials in the Clinton White House, the CIA, and the Pentagon, but the information was kept hidden from the American people to protect the Clinton-Gore policy of engagement.[x]

Rattling the nuclear saber

Most Americans are unaware of a horrendous statement made in 1996, when China was lobbing practice missiles over Taiwan. A high Chinese official stated that the United States would not sacrifice Los Angeles for Taipei [Taiwan], a clear threat of a nuclear strike against an American city. This is all the more alarming in light of a CIA report last year (1999) that China's current long-range nuclear missile force includes 13 missiles targeted on the United States. Another ominous sign is that China has been practicing nuclear war games, according to the Pentagon:

On December 2, 1998, the Pentagon Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) reported that the [Chinese] People’s Liberation Army conducted exercises that included simulated nuclear missile attacks on Taiwan and U.S. military forces in the region. The exercises began in late November and ended in early December. [xi]

     In response to this potential war between China and Taiwan, “In August 2000 the [U.S.] air force moved several dozen air-launched cruise missiles to the island of Guam, perhaps in anticipation of a conflict over Taiwan.”[xii]  One Chinese PLA writing stated that Taiwan could be paralyzed by Chinese missiles “in as little as 45 minutes.” [xiii]

   But again, this year, Chinese officials rattled their nuclear saber against the United States:  

China's People's Liberation Army has outlined plans, including a nuclear conflict with the United States, to "liberate" Taiwan, Hong Kong's South China Morning Post newspaper reported Monday.
     The PLA issued a 16-page publication, the Howangjio Weekly, that was devoted to Taiwan, that was sold on street corners. In contrast, most Chinese newspapers had little to say about Taiwan's pro-independence vote....
     The PLA has reportedly been working on a new generation of nuclear weapons, the publication said, and it outlined steps by which China would threaten the United States with nuclear war. China would then sway U.S. public opinion by making economic concessions, and it would increase arms purchases from Russia, the Post reported.
     It would then stage a limited attack on Taiwan and if that failed, China would mobilize its people into exercises that would show that it is preparing to survive a nuclear war, the newspaper said.
     "The United States will not sacrifice 200 million Americans for 20 million Taiwanese and eventually they are going to back down," the publication said. ("China reveals nuclear war plans against U.S.," UPI, March 20, 2000)   

One of the most alarming statements appeared in the official PLA newspaper Liberation Army Daily, on February 28, 2000. The newspaper is the official organ of the PLA and reflects the views of its most senior leaders, notably Central Intelligence Commission Chairman Jiang Zemin. American intervention in a conflict between Taiwan and China would lead to “serious damage” to U.S. national security, the newspaper said. The article warned in only slightly veiled language that China would resort to long-range missile attacks against the United States during a conflict with Taiwan. “China is neither Iraq nor Yugoslavia but a very special country,” the newspaper stated. “[O]n the other hand, it is a country that has certain abilities of launching strategic counterattack and the capacity of launching a long distance strike. It is not a wise move to be at war with a country such as China, a point which the U.S. policymakers know fairly well also.” [xiv]   

     The Chinese nuclear threat was reported also in Geoff Metcalf’s interview of Hegemon author Steven Mosher:

Q: ... they threatened to fire a nuke at L.A. if we gave them any grief over Taiwan.   
They [China] have actually done that now several times. They did that in 1996 during the Taiwan Straits crisis when they were lobbing missiles off Taiwan. They told us we would not come to Taipei's defense because we would not want to sacrifice Los Angeles for Taipei. They sent us last October their War Plans for the invasion of Taiwan. An incredibly blunt and heavy-handed act. And the War Plan calls for their missiles to attack our cities if we intervene and try to defend Taiwan. These people in Beijing, the old men who rule China, have not been secret about their plans. (China's plan to control the world  October 8, 2000 by Geoff Metcalf)  

     In December 1999, General Chi (vice chairman of the Communist Party Central Military Commission in China) gave this chilling portrayal of China’s future relations towards the United States: 

Seen from the changes in the world situation and the United States’ hegemonic strategy for creating monopolarity, war is inevitable. We cannot avoid it. The issue is that the Chinese armed forces must control the initiative in this war. We must make sure that we win this local high-tech war against aggression and interference; win this modern high-tech war that [the] military bloc, headed by U.S. hegemonists, may launch to interfere in our affairs militarily; and win this war ignited by aggressive countries’ sudden offensives against China. We must be prepared to fight for one year, two years, three years, or even longer.[xv]

"Russia will also utilize the manpower of China as they make their thrust forward."  
- Jesus, March 26, 1983

[i] Bill Gertz, The China Threat: How the People’s Republic Targets America, p. 5.
The China Threat: How the People’s Republic Targets America, p. xiii.
[iii] Stephane Courtois, The Black Book of Communism, p. 495.
[iv] Ibid., p. 544.
[v] Richard Bernstein and Ross H. Munro, The Coming Conflict with China, pp. 78-79.
[vi] Ibid., p. 74. [vii] Ibid., p. 197.
[viii] The China Threat: How the People’s Republic Targets America, p. 199.
[ix] Ibid., p. 17. [x] Ibid., p. 127. [xi] Ibid., p. 173. [xii] Ibid., p. 174. [xiii] Ibid., p. 192. [xiv] Ibid., p. 177. [xv] Ibid., p. 12.

Directives from Heaven:

#10 -   Consecrate Russia

#57 -   World War III Chastisement (Part I)
#58 -   World War III Chastisement (Part II)
#59 -
   World War III Chastisement (Part III)

#101 - Russia and China, Part 1  
#102 - Russia and China, Part 2  
#103 -
#104 - Invasion  


External Links:

China Reveals Nuclear War Plans Against U.S. (UPI, March 20, 2000)
To view the top secret Chinese war plan document, Click Here.

Mideast papers hail Beijing as victor
Friday, April 13, 2001, Jon Dougherty

Thinking about weapons of mass destruction April 9, 2001, J.R. Nyquist 

Beijing-Moscow military alliance grows April 7, 2001, Toby Westerman

China's high-tech war games February 3, 2001, Anthony LoBaido

Is the 'China threat' real? December 17, 2000, Geoff Metcalf

China blows up hundreds of illegal 'churches', Electronic [UK] Telegraph,  December 13, 2000

Swept under the Red carpet  WorldNetDaily, October 9, 2000

China's plan to control the world October 8, 2000, Geoff Metcalf

Take off the Rose-Colored Glasses & See the Real China, Senator Asks  NewsMax.com, September 18, 2000 

All signs point to invasion  WorldNetDaily, September 15, 2000

"China's strategic deception," WorldNetDaily, September 13, 2000)

Beijing boosts its capability to attack  Washington Times, September 12, 2000

U.S. firms invest in African oil war  WorldNetDaily, September 7, 2000

The Chinese art of war  J.R. Nyquist, August 31, 2000

Chinese in Sudan: Army of Workers, or Army?  Colonel Stanislav Lunev, August 30, 2000

Sudan war heating up: Clinton ignores African atrocities as China escalates aid to Khartoum  WorldNetDaily, August 29, 2000

China Puts 700,000 Troops on Alert in Sudan  NewsMax.com, August 27, 2000  

U.S. Opens Door to China's War Planners NewsMax.com, August 24, 2000

China Stirs Up Trouble Offshore and At Home NewMax.com, August 21, 2000

China Prepares for War With Taiwan NewsMax.com, Au gust 15, 2000

China Flexes Muscles South of U.S. Borders NewsMax.com, August 14, 2000

Chinese Enter U.S. Through Virgin Islands Stephan Archer, August 11, 2000

U.N. suspends aid flights to Sudan: Responds to government's bombing of humanitarian relief planes WorldNetDaily, August 11, 2000

Russia and China: An Anti-American Alliance NewsMax.com, July 19, 2000

China and Sudan: Trading Oil for Humans  WorldNetDaily, July 19, 2000

Russia-China Axis Threatens Arms Race UPI, July 19, 2000

Sudan gets Chinese jets WorldNetDaily, July 13, 2000

Russia Arming Chinese Navy Against U.S. NewsMax.com, July 12, 2000

Russia-China Military Ties Grow NewsMax.com, June 9, 2000

Still, Russia and China Are Not Our Friends Joel Skousen, June 5, 2000

Advances in Chinese Penetration of the U.S. Col. Stanislav Lunev, May 19, 2000

Congressmen Warn of China Threat NewsMax.com, May 9, 2000

Is China in Control of the Panama Canal? NewsMax.com, April 5, 2000

China Reveals Nuclear War Plans Against U.S. UPI, March 20, 2000

Update on the threat from Russia and China  J.R. Nyquist, March 2, 2000

Arrows for the dragon May 19, 1998, Charles Smith

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