This woefully incomplete (from a historical perspective)
article about Trump's recognition of the "One China" position gives
Sugar and I, er, the "Editorial
Board" of The Anti-New York Times the ideal opening to address
an interesting yet mostly forgotten historical question - namely, what is this controversy about "one China" vs
"two Chinas" all about? Like so many other of the world's hot spots and problem areas, this situation was engineered
by the Globalists -- specifically, traitors such as Hiroshima Harry Truman's Secretary of States from New York's notorious
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) -- George Marshall (CFR) and Dean Acheson (CFR). Providing important intellectual cover for their
treason was "scholar," Owen Lattimore (CFR) (now known to have been a secret Communist), The
Jew York Slimes and The Washington Compost.
1: The traitor George
Marshall (2nd from left), as Special Envoy to China and later as Secretary of State, was among the handful of US
Globalists who deliberately engineered the fall of China to Stalin's agent, Mao Tse Tung (on right).
2. The "two Chinas" controversy remains a challenge because the US is comitted to the "defense"
During World War II, China's American-allied Nationalist government (led by Chiang Kai Shek)
and China's Stalin-allied Communist rebels (led by Mao Tse Tung) put aside their differences (at
least partially) and focused on fighting the Japanese. Unbeknown to Chiang Kai Shek, Roosevelt and the
gang of Communist moles who accompanied him to the historic Yalta Conference in February of 1945 were already
planning to betray him and hand disputed Manchurian (Northern Chinese) ports -- which Chiang thought China would
get from Japan -- over to Stalin's jurisdiction upon completion of the war. The "price" that Stalin had to pay to
get his foot in Manchuria was to break his non-aggression treaty with Japan, and join the war in Asia no later than 90 days
after the end of the war in Europe which was rapidly coming to an end. The deal also stipulated that the US would supply hundreds
of boatloads of additional arms to help the Soviet effort in Asia.
True to his word, (heavy on the sarcasm there) Stalin
joined the war exactly 90 days after Victory in Europe Day, on August 9, 1945 -- the same day as the 2nd atomic bomb
was dropped on Japan, an already defetaed nation that has been trying to negotiate a surrender. "Thanks Joe! We
couldn't have done it without ya!" (extra
heavy on the sarcasm there.) Faced with the dreadful prospect
of firebombs and atomic bombs raining down upon their defenseless cities and a Soviet declaration of war, Japan had
no choice but to surrender unconditionally. Soon afterwards, the Soviets opened up their strategic Manchurian ports and supplied
free American-made arms to Mao's boys. Captured Japanese munitions depots were also turned over to the Reds.
1: At the 1943 Cairo
Conference, FDR & Churchill promised Chiang that China would get Manchuria after the war with Japan
ends. 2: But at the 1945 Yalta Conference in Crimea (USSR), the two slimeballs,
behind Chiang's back, agreed to give those key Manchurian
ports to Stalin! 3: In August of 1945, Mao (l) and Chiang (r) set their difference aside to toast
to Japan's defeat. Poor Chiang -- who had foolishly waged war against Japan at FDR's behest -- had no idea what his "allies"
had in store for China.
The years between 1945-1949 witnessed further betrayals of Chiang's Nationalists by the US State Department.
Under the protective cover of NY Slimes & DC Compost puff-pieces about the "agrarian reformer" Mao and the "corrupt"
Chiang, the Globalists / Communists at State tilted the playing field towards Mao. Thanks to a US arms embargo, the Nationalists
began to run low on ammunition as the Reds remained Soviet-supplied. In 1948, Congress voted $125 million in military aid
to Chiang. The Communist-infested Truman administration responded by delaying the aid with bureaucratic "red tape"
for 9 months. During that time, China collapsed and the demoralized Nationalists escaped across the Taiwan Strait to the Chinese
island of Formosa, which became known as Taiwan, or "free China."
In a 1950 speech,
the great Senator Joseph McCarthy (R-WI) minced no words
in talking about the tragedy that had just befallen China. Speaking of the scum in the Truman's State Department, McCarthy
and queers have sold 400 million Asiatic people into atheistic slavery, and have the American people in a hypnotic
trance, headed blindly toward the same precipice."
Did he nail that prediction, or what?! (*Wait till "youse
guys" see the McCarthy book that Sugar and I are working on!)
Saint Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin sacrificed
his life (apparently poisoned at age 49) in exposing the 'Communists and queers" who were subverting America. His speech
on the Senate floor, later published as "America's Retreat From Victory," ripped the "war hero" George
Marshall to shreds for "losing China."
Chaing's Taiwan became free and prosperous as Mao's mainland
descended into genocide and remained relatively backward for decades to come. And that, dear reader, is why many (not
all) of the folks in Taiwan say that there are "two Chinas," while the mainland Chinese insist that there is
only "one China."
From our perspective,
this is a matter for the Chinese people to resolve, not America. Given the ironic fact that the modern incarnation of "Communist
China" is now so pro-business, pro-tradition, pro-religion and pro-peace that Chiang would actually like it, while Mao
wouldn't even recognize it, the "two Chinas" should reunite with Taiwan retaining a degree of autonomy -- as is
the case with Tibet and Hong Kong.
it is none of our business. Globo-Commie-Zio America's interference in Asia has caused enough harm. But we thought "youse
guys" would find the history interesting.
1: 2015: Chinese President Xi Jinping and Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou
wave to journalists before their meeting in Singapore. The "two Chinas" are not enemies, but nor can it be said
that they are friends. The controversy remains a "hot spot" that Globalists can use to play against China. 2:
A Taiwanese "activist" kicks an image of Xi to protest the Taiwan - China talks.
1: I read in today's New York Times that Trump intends to honor the One-China
2: I never understood this one-China
/ two-China controversy.
1: Come to think
of it, I don't either.
Sugar: It's very ssimple, Boobuss Boyss.The ussual ssuspectss have f*** up every region that have ever touched around the world.
Editor: Darn straight, Sugar! And
not by accident either. ... Now come here so daddy can soap up your filthy kitty-litter mouth.
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