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Meanwhile, This is why I call him Xiden

I posted the video link here elsewhere, it's since been scrubbed from most sites. Frankfurter probably helped in that effort, he's never denied being a wumaodang, for which I respect him. 

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CCP Adviser Outlined Detailed Plan to Defeat US, Including Manipulating Elections

BY NICOLE HAO AND CATHY HE
March 26, 2021 Updated: March 27, 2021

A leading Chinese professor—who is also an adviser to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)—laid out a comprehensive plan for the communist regime to overthrow the United States as the world’s superpower.

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 American technology, expanding Chinese territory, and influencing international organizations.

The plan was explained in detail by Jin Canrong, a professor and associate dean of the School of International Studies at Beijing’s Renmin University of China, in a July 2016 speech on “Sino-U.S. Strategic Philosophy” given over two full days at Southern Club Hotel Business Class in south China’s Guangzhou City.

“We want to be the world leader,” Jin said, explaining Chinese Leader Xi Jinping’s desire for a “national rejuvenation” of the country.

Dubbed “teacher of the state” by Chinese netizens, Jin is a prominent scholar known for his fiery anti-U.S. rhetoric. He is an advisor to two powerful bodies of the CCP, the Organization Department, and the United Front Work Department, though it is unclear how close he is to Xi.

 

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8 hours ago, Ward Smith said:

My apologies, waltz, I didn't mean you personally, I meant the "you" that disagrees with the gestalt, ie anyone not following the Demoncrats NWO. You're completely correct, voting should be a sacred duty, not a random event with people picking candidates and levies with zero concept of the background. Once upon a time in this country, only land owners could vote, the theory being that they had more skin in the game. Now it's rigged so anyone with a pulse (and certainly Millions without in this last election) get to "vote". It's a joke now. An ideal system would require something akin to the literacy test which was previously required. Yes, I'm sure that was abused in some no name hamlet, but the inverse is worst. Initiatives in my state are purposely written to obfuscate their true intentions. They're counting on people voting against their desires by misunderstanding the legalese gobbledygook. More joke. But society stopped laughing. 

Over the long run (if you play a long game), we've always had a more participatory democracy. 

I've heard the "rigged" thing in 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004, etc. If someone says something enough times (despite the evidence otherwise) does it become true?

Much of our systems of government come from Greek (especially Athenian Democracy) and Roman thought, along with Enlightenment (18th) era ideals. What is relevant and what is not? Even the framers had to decide on that: https://classicalwisdom.com/philosophy/ancient-bickering-founding-fathers-knew-classics/ 

I think the "uninformed voter" is always a problem, but what is the "ideal" solution? To inform them. The disengaged and uninformed are not necessarily the same thing. The "literacy tests" you speak of were hogwash (and applied unevenly, anyways): https://www.treeoflogic.com/literacy_test.htm

‘Many forms of Government have been tried, and will be tried in this world of sin and woe. No one pretends that democracy is perfect or all-wise. Indeed it has been said that democracy is the worst form of Government except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.…’

Winston S Churchill, 11 November 1947

 

 

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10 hours ago, Ward Smith said:

Meanwhile, This is why I call him Xiden

I posted the video link here elsewhere, it's since been scrubbed from most sites. Frankfurter probably helped in that effort, he's never denied being a wumaodang, for which I respect him. 

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It isn't like China (or even the CCP) is a monoculture:

https://thediplomat.com/2020/10/behind-xi-jinpings-steely-facade-a-leadership-crisis-is-smoldering-in-china/

The axis of egotism (personal power), the triumvirate of trumputinxi, was strong early in 2020. They all demanded "loyalty pledges", but at least the "strength" of this axis reduced in power in 2020 via the institutions of American democracy. 

 

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3 hours ago, surrept33 said:

despite the evidence otherwise

Is evidence buried still evidence? The only "repetition" I hear is the MSM pretending there's no voter fraud, then burying every voter fraud story that hits their desk. The Washington State "recount" was two decades ago. Even the Supreme Court admitted there was blatant fraud, but threw it out because the republicans (who always lose voter fraud cases unlike the cheating democrats) couldn't point to a specific vote and say, "This is the fraudulent vote". 

Now we have an expert who can do exactly that,but wouldn't you know it, every time he gets close, there's a fire or the ballots simply disappear never to be seen again. Sounds suspicious to intelligent people but you're welcome to your previously held opinion, which never seems to change with new data. 

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17 hours ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

 

The vast majority of the US population does not support trump

 

Read the actual words written. 

"The vast majority of the US population does not support Trump."

 I even pointed out I did not mean registered voters in my post...

 

 

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16 hours ago, Ward Smith said:

Meanwhile, This is why I call him Xiden

 

 

You call the POTUS Xiden because you are a criminal spreading terrorism.

 

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6 minutes ago, Symmetry said:

You call the POTUS Xiden because you are a criminal spreading terrorism.

 

Which crime is that?

I guess the 1st Amendment means nothing to you now, but calling Trump a Putin stooge for 4 years is fine by you. 

Leftists: If it weren't for double standards; you'd have no standards.

 

Pathetic Enthalpy. 

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1 minute ago, Symmetry said:

Read the actual words written. 

"The vast majority of the US population does not support Trump."

 I even pointed out I did not mean registered voters in my post...

 

 

And the metrics you use to make such a outrageous statement? A extremely loose definition of the word Metrics will be allowed...Your personal opinion will count. Now that is running loosey-goosey...yugely!

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16 minutes ago, QuarterCenturyVet said:

Which crime is that?

I guess the 1st Amendment means nothing to you now, but calling Trump a Putin stooge for 4 years is fine by you. 

Leftists: If it weren't for double standards; you'd have no standards.

 

Pathetic Enthalpy. 

You can insult policy all you want.

You may not try to overthrow the government. 

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9 minutes ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

And the metrics you use to make such a outrageous statement? A extremely loose definition of the word Metrics will be allowed...Your personal opinion will count. Now that is running loosey-goosey...yugely!

The Eejit is counting on the tens of millions of infants up to the teen ages, all smarter than him BTW and he's hoping against hope they don't support Trump. The infantile brains don't count for much, hence no one polls them, but the Eejit is expert in goo goo ga ga 

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If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.

 

All this were straight out of the trump cult playbook:

"put down"

"oppose by force the authority therefor"

"delay execution of law"

"possess any property."

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Ward Smith said:

The Eejit is counting on the tens of millions of infants up to the teen ages, all smarter than him BTW and he's hoping against hope they don't support Trump. The infantile brains don't count for much, hence no one polls them, but the Eejit is expert in goo goo ga ga 

Awesome, more backWard's logic.

The youth do not support trump and that is not changing.  The young are essentially always more liberal than the old.

Generally it is difficult to change a closed persons' mind therefore social change happens mostly because those without outdated ideas die off.

Heck "opposition to change" is right in the definition of conservatism. 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Symmetry said:

Awesome, more backWard's logic.

The youth do not support trump and that is not changing.  The young are essentially always more liberal than the old.

Generally it is difficult to change a closed persons' mind therefore social change happens mostly because those without outdated ideas die off.

Heck "opposition to change" is right in the definition of conservatism. 

No "government" in a democracy is legitimate if I fails to abide by The consent of the governed. Lockdowns, illegal takings, mob rule by demoncrat operatives, the "consent" is sorely stretched. Coming for the guns will be the last mistake of the Demoncrats. Or not, they've been working hard to fake enough outrage they "might" get some support. There's a very good reason the first battles of the revolutionary war were at Lexington and Concord. That's where the guns and ammo were made, the British were attempting to disarm the PATRIOTS. Little Eejit can't comprehend the term.

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^ More criminal activity.

 

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7 minutes ago, Ward Smith said:

the first battles of the revolutionary war

You keep comparing a civil issue with the revolutionary war. 

You hate Americans, not the King.

 

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51 minutes ago, QuarterCenturyVet said:

Which crime is that?

I guess the 1st Amendment means nothing to you now, but calling Trump a Putin stooge for 4 years is fine by you. 

Leftists: If it weren't for double standards; you'd have no standards.

 

Pathetic Enthalpy. 

Because Trump was at best a useful idiot to the Kremlin. He failed to push back against Putin's meddling, and if anything, encouraged it. 

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/03/russia-studied-how-get-americans-make-mistakes/618328/

He also let the country's cybersecurity infrastructure atrophy. It'll be a very looooong tail in the recent SolarWinds hack, one of the most technically sophisticated in history:

https://www.rpc.senate.gov/policy-papers/the-solarwinds-cyberattack

of which we are still going to find out more details, probably for a very long time:

https://apnews.com/article/solarwinds-hack-email-top-dhs-officials-8bcd4a4eb3be1f8f98244766bae70395

The atrophy:

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In this regard, SolarWinds demonstrates a certain dissonance between President Trump and much of the rest of the government. Rather than fortify federal networks following the SolarWinds discovery, Trump instead vetoed the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) over seemingly unrelated criticisms of Section 230 and social media companies. Then, on January 1, Congress voted to override Trump’s veto, with approximately 150 Republican members breaking from the president. The 2021 NDAA, now law, includes provisions to establish a new White House cyber director position, grant additional authority to CISA, and require a review of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification.

But dissonance is nothing new for Trump: his presidency has long been characterized by contradictions and conflict with cybersecurity professionals within his own administration. A recent example occurred on November 12, when CISA published a statement by election officials affirming that no evidence of fraud or compromise was found during the 2020 elections. Instead of viewing election security as an accomplishment, Trump retaliated to the statement by firing CISA Director Christopher Krebs. Even before then, Trump’s presidency saw the departures of three national security advisers and eight deputy national security advisers, not to mention CISA Assistant Director Jeanette Manfra and Homeland Security Advisor Tom Bossert. Under Trump, the White House has lacked coordination and clarity on its own policies—an issue exacerbated by the elimination of the White House cyber coordinator position. 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

 

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This is not cancel culture.  I would report child pornography or incels saying they a have a right to rape or beat women; pretty much the same community (ashamed children). 

Cancel culture is ward complaining to the moderators just because he gets whooped so often.

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Just now, QuarterCenturyVet said:

Nothing said here is anything like Seditious Conspiracy, you mush-minded pussy. 

Read again, two, three times if necessary. 

Offer still stands old man!  Meow.

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3 hours ago, Ward Smith said:

No "government" in a democracy is legitimate if I fails to abide by The consent of the governed. Lockdowns, illegal takings, mob rule by demoncrat operatives, the "consent" is sorely stretched.

You can not repeatedly claim the government is not legitimate after court vetting.

The Law - it sucks for the losers.

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1 minute ago, Symmetry said:

You can not repeatedly claim the government is not legitimate after court vetting.

The Law - it sucks for the losers.

You'll be similarly going after CNN, MSNBC, Pelosi, Shumer and Hillary then? 

No. You're a pussy, and double standards are your only standards. 

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