Report: Chinese leaders told to be ready for war with United States following COVID-19 fallout
A month ago, Chinese intelligence presented a report to top officials in Beijing, and it warned that the fallout that China is currently suffering all over the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which originated in Wuhan, China, was so terrible that the Chinese needed to prepare for a possible military combat with the United States of America.
“The report, presented early last month by the Ministry of State Security to top Beijing leaders including President Xi Jinping, concluded that global anti-China sentiment is at its highest since the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, the sources said,” reported Reuters. “As a result, Beijing faces a wave of anti-China sentiment led by the United States in the aftermath of the pandemic and needs to be prepared in a worst-case scenario for armed confrontation between the two global powers, according to people familiar with the report’s content, who declined to be identified given the sensitivity of the matter.”
The reference to the "Tiananmen Square crackdown" was a reference to a 1989 massacre, which the history is 100% censored in China, that happened when the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) murdered thousands and thousands of their own citizens who were protesting for reforms to the communist system that would make them more democratic.
The presentation that was given to China’s top leaders was prepared by “the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR), a think tank affiliated with the Ministry of State Security, China’s top intelligence body,” added Reuters. “The report described to Reuters warned that anti-China sentiment sparked by the coronavirus could fuel resistance to China’s Belt and Road infrastructure investment projects, and that Washington could step up financial and military support for regional allies, making the security situation in Asia more volatile.”
China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is a predatory investment project that provides "vital infrastructure funding to developing countries," however, they also leave those countries with "unsustainable debt," this according to the Center For Strategic & International Studies (CSIS).
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) “has scrutinized multiple aspects of the BRI, repeatedly warning of unsustainable debt levels, predatory lending, and the lack of project transparency,” added CSIS.
Another element of interest that Reuters would note was that one person with knowledge of the Chinese intelligence report compared it to and said it was China's version of the "Novikov Telegram," a document in 1946 that was issued from Nikolai Novikov, the Soviet Union ambassador to the United States, warning that the U.S. was a threat to the USSR, and that the Soviets needed to increase its presence among Eastern Europe.
China has consistently worked to beef up its military throughout the years and they've done a lot of it through theft of U.S. intellectual property and secrets within the American military, and the Chinese have also been linked to other criminal activity.
According to the Department of Defense:
China uses a variety of methods to acquire foreign military and dual-use technologies, including targeted foreign direct investment, cyber theft, and exploitation of private Chinese nationals’ access to these technologies, as well as harnessing its intelligence services, computer intrusions, and other illicit approaches.
There is "enormous evidence" that China is responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic and that it originated in a Wuhan, China laboratory, and studies have shown that if the Chinese acted just three weeks earlier, which would have still been weeks after they first learned of the coronavirus transmitting from human-to-human, the outbreak of the virus could have been contained at a level of 95%.
However, China decided to lie about the disease so it would buy them time to hoard medical supplies from the rest of the world, according to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Here is some of the list of what the Chinese are guilty of through the coronavirus pandemic:
China falsely claimed that COVID-19 came from the United States military
The Chinese tried to cover up the coronavirus by silencing both doctors and journalists
They told the world COVID-19 wasn't transmittable, even though they knew it was
Lied about how exactly bad the state of the coronavirus was to hoard medical supplies
China also lied about and covered up the amount of COVID-19 deaths they've had
To this day, the Chinese are still currently withholding key information about the virus
The coronavirus was originated in a laboratory located in Wuhan, China
The Obama administration sent funding to the Wuhan lab that COVID-19 originated in