SUMMARY OF THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY  AND NATIONAL VISION

  • Recently a Chinese military leader wrote a books titled ‘One China’. In this piece he set out the framework for the One China Idea. This concept is the expression of the collective aspiration of the Chinese People and it has been co-opted by the Chinese Communist Party as State policy.

 

  • This One China principle was formulated by Mao Tse Tung and has been faithfully carried forward by every leader since his time. Now is the implementation of the substantial projects. This principle is the Post about which all other state relationships are arranged.

 

 

  • The Achilles heel to the policy is the existence of Taiwan, which in effect reveals a Two China reality. Chinese Communist Party policy is that Taiwan must absolutely submit, to join with ‘One China’.

 

  • The term ‘unite the motherland’ provides a spiritually inspired rally point and justification to pressure Taiwan to be included in One China.

 

 

  • Communist Chinese gained control of Hong Kong after the British departed, so they consider Taiwan is the last holdout.

 

  • This One China policy also explains why China will not exit from Mongolia and Tibet, both are independent historic nations that it has occupied for decades.

 

 

  • If China does not accomplish its One China goal it cannot win over and control the rest of Asia and dominate these other countries to become its vassal states.

 

  • The One China plan for Asia explains the sudden interest in claiming territorial rights in the South China Sea, the construction of man-made islands at the Sea’s periphery by expanded Chinese naval forces and the continual pressure on the Philippines, Vietnam, Japan and other Asian neighbours.

 

 

  • Preparations are well under way for Chinese expansion and the consolidation of the One China ideal as the restoration of their status as the Middle Kingdom. For example large Chinese Government financed developments are underway or planned for Malaysia (Johore Baru), Japan (Kushiro in Hokkaido), Australia (Northern Territory), New Zealand (Manukau and Northern Auckland) and there are many significant projects in Africa, particularly East Africa. The investment from China’s Government Bank is in strategic assets including planned towns with many houses to which Chinese immigrant populations are to be settled.

 

  • Supporting the overall plan is the ‘Belt and Road’ strategy. This means the ‘Silk Road Economic Belt’ and ‘Maritime Silk Road’. These two major infrastructure operations will consolidate the Middle Kingdom plans and activities across the greater Asian region to provide Chinese access and control over vast markets, populations and resources.. They will press against the sovereign rights and freedoms of some 60 Asian nations and bring them into conformity with Chinese colonialist hegemony.

 

  • The ‘Confucius Institute’ is the cultural front group being used to advance Chinese ideology and presence in foreign countries.

 

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