War With China


A war with China over Taiwan is on the horizon. The global elite, the ruling class bankers and other players in the military-industrial-congressional complex, seek power and profit from death and destruction.
by Jake Morphonios
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
While American's eyes are focused on conflicts in the Middle-East, China is quietly preparing for war against the United States. The number of strategic preparations are far too numerous to cite. Volumes could be written on the subject, ranging from China's missile buildup, to the recent acquisition of control over the strategically-important Panama Canal, to the enormous wealth of technology that communist spies have stolen from the US government in the last several decades.

Suffice it to say, China is preparing for an all-out war against the United States while we are busy watching reruns of Jerry Springer. This war must be averted at all costs.

Ron Paul has been talking about this impeding disaster for years. In 2002 he said from the House floor:

"The Taiwan Relations Act essentially promises that we will defend Taiwan at all costs and should be reevaluated. Morally and constitutionally a treaty cannot be used to commit us to war at some future date. One generation cannot declare war for another. Making an open-ended commitment to go to war, promising troops, money and weapons, is not permitted by the Constitution."

A war with China can only be averted by changing America's interventionist policy toward the China-Taiwan conflict. Americans should stop and ask themselves what is truly driving this insane policy of certain war with China. The answer is insidious, but not surprising.

The global elite, the ruling class bankers and other players in the military-industrial-congressional complex, seek power and profit from death and destruction. Congressman Paul alluded to this conspiracy when he said:

"Don't forget that President Eisenhower once warned that there always seems to be a need for a 'monster to slay' in order to keep the military industries busy and profitable. To continue the weapons buildup, something we are always engaged in around the world, requires excuses for such expenditures - some of these are planned, some contrived..."

Americans must be called upon to promote peaceful relations with China and the other nations of the world. We must stop repeating this cycle of ignorantly waving red, white and blue and supporting unconstitutional wars whenever the men behind the curtain start beating the drums of war. The threat to the security of America is not a group of Arabs hiding in desert caves.

Our demise is being masterminded from by evil agents bent on ultimate power... and they are winning their war against us. The reason for their success is the failure of Americans to insist that the US government adhere to its constitutionally mandated role.

In the Republican debates, Congressman Paul referred to the "blowback" that has resulted from the interference of the United States in the internal affairs of other nations. For his comments, he was lambasted by neo-conservatives such as Rudy Guiliani. Paul was accused of being an isolationist. One wonders if Guiliani and his ilk would be so bold as to say the same of Thomas Jefferson who warned against "entangling alliances" with other nations and with the meddling in the affairs of foreign powers.

Our first President, General George Washington said, "The great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection as possible. Why quit our own to stand on foreign ground? Why... entangle our peace and prosperity in the toils of [foreign] ambition, rivalship, interest, humor or caprice?"

Yet the United States is deeply entangled in the spat between China and Taiwan. Many prominent Republicans have pledged military support to Taiwan should tensions in the region result in action against it by the mainland.

We have seen the frequent over-reaction to world events used as impetus to engage in war: from the World Wars, to Korea, to Vietnam and the Middle East. Constant conflict is the fuel that the feeds the war machine of the international banking cartel and global elitists that comprise organizations such as the Council of Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group.

Regarding these globalist organizations, Ron Paul said on national television: "The CFR exists. The Trilateral Commission exists. And it’s a 'conspiracy of ideas.' This is an ideological battle. Some people believe in globalism. Others of us believe in national sovereignty." China, with its incredible population, can provide enough manpower to keep an armed conflict with America going for years - thus providing the financiers of the war with another protracted Asian quagmire that would produce windfall profits to the military-industrial complex.

A few years ago, a US spy plane was captured by China. Ron Paul took the occasion to remind Americans that such meddling in the affairs of China will only serve to turn them against us. He said: "The question we must ask ourselves is how would we react if we had Chinese airplanes flying up and down our coast and occupying the air space of the Gulf of Mexico?"

In order to avert future conflict with China, it is necessary for us to heed the wise counsel of President John Quincy Adams:

"The American Republic... goes not abroad in search of monsters to destroy... She might become the dictatress of the world."

It is time that Americans stop searching abroad for monsters to slay and begin a quest to destroy those villains within our own borders who pose a greater threat to our liberties than the dragons in China ever could.