Red Rising

“We’re witnessing one of the largest shifts in global Geo-strategic power the world has witnessed,” woke Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said when speaking about China’s recent military advances. “They are clearly challenging us regionally and their aspiration is to challenge the United States globally.”

A potential shift in the global balance of power is worrisome to U.S. officials and lawmakers. For decades, America has held the stance of the world’s foremost economic and military power. A shift to China, while not a direct threat, could upend alliances in the Indo-Pacific region at a time when U.S. and Chinese militaries increasingly “butt heads” in the South China Sea.

The outgoing Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. John Hyten last week said that the pace at which China is developing military capabilities is “stunning,” and on track to surpass the United States “if we don’t do something to change it.”

Communist China’s military buildup and its push to develop nuclear-capable missiles is unnerving Congress and U.S. defense officials alike. Those pesky “kings of the east” you just can’t keep them down. Biden’s Pentagon is absolutely swirling in starry-eyed fascination watching Communist China come roaring up from behind and getting ready to dethrone the United States as the world’s only superpower.

In the very near future, China is going to begin to flex its newfound military muscle, while the Pentagon continues to build an “LGBT-inclusive fighting force”, it would seem to be a surefire recipe for a successful Chinese conquest. No nation in human history has ever survived after embracing the “LGBTQ” agenda, Rome didn’t, Greece didn’t, and America will not either.

America’s defense establishment has watched threats from Beijing rapidly grow in multiple areas, including recent hypersonic missile tests, an expanding nuclear arsenal, strides in space and cyber and seemingly daily threats to Taiwan.

A major example of the speed at which Beijing is moving was a test in August of a hypersonic weapon that partially orbited Earth, reentered the atmosphere and rocketed towards its target which it missed by less than 30 miles. Woke Milley called the test “very concerning” and “very close” to being a “Sputnik moment,” referring to the Soviet Union’s 1957 launch of the world’s first space satellite that gave Moscow a lead in the space race and shocked the United States.

China has maintained that the test was “a spacecraft, not a missile.” Woke Milley called the launch indicative of “a much, much broader picture of a military capability with respect to the Chinese.”

“Today China has capabilities in space and cyber, land, sea, air, undersea, and they are clearly challenging us regionally. So we have a case here of a country that is becoming extraordinarily powerful, that wants to revise the international order to their advantage. That’s going to be a real challenge over the coming years. In the next 10, 20 years. That’s going to be really significant for the United States.”

That view was reflected in the Pentagon’s latest report on China’s military power that details a country that is aggressively building its nuclear stockpile, developing new missile capabilities and bolstering its armed forces, even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Beijing continued its efforts to advance its overall development including steadying its economic growth, strengthening its armed forces, and taking a more assertive role in global affairs,” according to the nearly 200-page report.

China since 2018 has been named as the top defense threat to the country alongside Russia, but its latest advancements had congressional Republicans this week sounding the alarm on its growing threat. “We are in the most, I believe, the most endangered position our country has ever been in terms of what China is demonstrating, clearly, what they have the capability of doing,” Senate Armed Services Committee ranking member James Inhofe (R-Okla.), said in a news conference.

And after the Pentagon’s report, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Ala.), ranking member of the House Armed Services committee, said in a statement that the United States needs to respond to China with “unprecedented defense modernization. This report should crystallize for the Biden Administration what has been self-evident for some time – that China poses a real and imminent threat. Kicking the can down the road for our own military modernization is no longer an option.”

Analysts have also picked up on China’s growing nuclear capabilities, with the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) releasing a report detailing three apparent missile silos that are in development in the cities of Yumen, Hami and Ordos. 

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America is crumbling under God’s judgment, and it’s only going to speed up as we get closer. “The sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great river Euphrates, and its water was dried up to prepare the way for the kings from the East.” (Revelation 16:12)

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One Response to “Red Rising”

  1. This is a good article. I agree entirely with what you are saying. The United States Military and its leaders are the weakest the country has ever experienced. Milley is only the poster boy for a fraternity of weaklings. LGBTQRST or whatever they refer to themselves should not serve or be allowed to carry a weapon. China is now stronger than us and is not afraid to show it. Biden is a shaking bag of bones with no spine and minimum mental capacity; the CCP knows this and will take full advantage of the hole in the fence. If Trump was still in office, things might be different, but who knows. At least he had balls the size of a cantaloupe and didn’t fear much. The virus was and is a well-planned attack on the US. For the most part, it has succeeded in crippling our country and putting us in harm’s way. Washington is as weak as Biden. Where does it go from here? Keep writing.

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