War talk is going on at this time.
Take heed! There is growing conflict between the U.S. and China, and the relationship is volatile.
It would be good for us to listen to those talking about war with China because China wants to be the world’s superpower, and Xi and his regime are licking their chops in their quest for personal power.
Buying Power: How China Co-Opts the UN
Through the Peace and Development Trust Fund, millions of dollars are being funnelled from Beijing to the Executive Office of the U.N. Secretary General.
From the article:
So began the Peace and Development Trust Fund, one of China’s more insidious projects to co-opt the UN, its logo and its global networks. On Xi’s watch, China has become the second-largest contributor to the UN General Assembly and Peace-keeping budgets, secured the fawning allegiance of the World Health Organization and taken charge of four other specialized UN agencies. But that trust fund, one of Xi’s pet projects, has taken on a quietly invasive role that needs a major public airing. China’s Peace and Development fund bypasses the common pots of UN funding and channels millions of dollars every year directly from Beijing to the executive office of the UN Secretary-General.
China’s direct cash infusion to the secretariat, totaling $20 million a year, is split into two subfunds. One funnels $10 million annually to the executive office of the Secretary-General, to help him promote ‘Peace and Security’. The other subfund pours $10 million a year, earmarked for ‘Sustainable Development’, to a satrapy within the secretariat, the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), which since 2007, at the pleasure of the Secretary-General, has been run by — you guessed it — China.
America has an open society, but China has a totalitarian closed society. War could happen, so state legislatures must pay attention. We would like to appeal to local governments, too, including state planning commissions. Even Congress needs to investigate what’s going on in the states today concerning our adversary.
Sometimes the bad news is too much for us to process, and yet we need to beware of the CCP. People who have lived under communism understand this, but here in America, many of us are clueless, and for those with dollar signs in their eyes, it’s all about money.
Protect our homeland! Communist China IS the number one threat to the free world and is building up their strength for global supremacy. We must stop inviting CCP companies into our states and letting them hook up to our electrical grid and sabotage our lovely communities! Crypto mining is just one way to infiltrate and could be a trojan horse. Communist Chinese operatives are trained in espionage and will follow orders given by the militant CCP. We can’t be naive Americans or harbor a mistaken sense of optimism anymore. Evil doesn’t reform.
Elected officials, think twice about installing Communist Chinese companies in our beloved innocent communities. Beware whenever there is real estate up for sale. If we do go to war with China, things could really get complicated. You will be saying, “What have we done?”… should you permit them to come in and set up shop here. CCP companies should never be permitted to buy one drop of U.S. soil.
Is China already attacking America?
Take a look at the videos linked below and get up to speed on China:
Gordon G. Chang
We are in a dangerous situation with China! Things could escalate very quickly, dear readers…
An image of Chinese President Xi Jinping was featured in an exhibition at the Military Museum of the Chinese People’s Revolution in Beijing last year. FLORENCE LO/REUTERS
China Puts Spymaster in Charge of U.S. Corporate Crackdown —Wall Street Journal article by Lingling Wei, May 18, 2023 — Investigations into due-diligence firms show how state-security clique is gaining more control over economic policy.
We do believe there is a Transnational Criminal Organization operating worldwide, and in this country, too.
China’s Communist Party is a danger to all, even its own people and countless others, including Americans. China has become emboldened by American weakness and perceived economic decline.
In closing, we have many good Chinese Americans warning us about the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and their ways. We are truly thankful because they can help us see and understand the dangers of communism when faced with it. Let’s think about these three questions:
Do America’s global elites help the Chinese Communists in their rise to power?
They (the CCP) are bent on enslaving humanity under an oppressive government that is hostile to God.
Special Final Note: Have you heard of Temu? Be sure to read this and share it with your family and friends. Warning: this app is DANGEROUS!
Get Temu, the popular shopping app, off your phone now – from Kim Komando
Seemingly overnight, everyone’s talking about Temu, an online shopping app full of deals that seem too good to be true. You’ll find $17 wireless earbuds, $1 “gold” necklaces and $23 wedding dresses.
No wonder Temu is the most popular shopping app in the U.S., behind only Amazon. But most of us know little about the app’s origins. Like these apps, it’s tied to China.
This app isn’t some fly-by-night operation. Temu (pronounced “tee-moo”) is based in Boston, Massachusetts, by PDD Holdings Inc. PDD is headquartered in Shanghai, China. PDD also owns the e-commerce platform Pinduoduo headquartered in — you guessed it — China. (More on Pinduoduo and its shady app below.)
But that’s not all…
Temu isn’t unique in all the info it wants to capture from your phone. Most apps out there want as much as you’ll give up. But considering its ties to Communist China, the permissions seem even more frightening to me.
Temu collects, among other things:
- The info you provide, like your name, address, and phone number.
- Details you enter, like your birthday, photo, and social media profiles.
- Your phone or computer’s operating system and version, IP address, GPS location (if you allowed it), and browsing data.
They also gather more about you from third party sources, including Temu sellers, public records, social media, data brokers, credit bureaus, and marketing partners.
Americans using Temu are selling the country out for bargains that really aren’t worth it. I say you delete it.
Click the link above to see how and read more. We do not need China having access to that information.
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