THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA – EVIL POWER:
On behalf of Special Frontier Force, I acknowledge Red China as an “Evil Power.” The word ‘evil’ designates what is not in harmony with natural order. Evil has two distinct aspects, moral, and physical. Moral Evil or Spiritual Evil is the cause of Physical Evil in this world. The word evil is used to describe actions that are wrong, bad, wicked, or pernicious. Evil actions cause great injury, destruction, ruin, fatalities, unwanted deaths, trouble, misery, grief, and suffering. Evil means acting with bad intent, mischief, depravity, and artful use of power. To be evil, it demands the use of power as well as expertise. The evil person applies power with the use of deception, is cunning, deceitful, sly, and crafty. The evil person causes ruin without reason. However, it is important to understand the meaning of evil by describing its consequences. The word evil is associated with calamity, disaster, downfall, trouble, and woe. Evil actions are ultimately detrimental to the health of the person or nation using evil power. The use of evil power has consequences that are eventually of a great disadvantage to its user. When a person or nation resort to the use of evil, it causes slow, irreparable injury, it does harm by insidiously undermining or weakening the person or the nation. In the final analysis, persons or nations exhaust themselves for nothing. Evil may dominate for a certain time, but it always wears itself out. It is important to recognize that evil is always moving toward its own logical end of self-destruction.
Red China formulated its State Policy on the basis of “EXPANSIONISM.” It is the policy of expanding a nation’s territory or its sphere of influence at the expense of other nations. Mao Zedong or Mao Tse-Tung, the statesman who proclaimed founding of The People’s Republic of China on October 01, 1949 used his skill and vision to conduct state affairs with guile, deception, and underhanded planning. Red China used its military power with evil intentions when it launched an unprovoked attack on Tibet during 1950. Red China scored an easy victory over weak Tibet and claimed Tibetan territory as its own. In my prediction, the proud people of Red China would be paid back with the very weapons they had used on Tibet. If Red China had won using the power of its sword, the downfall of Red China would be accomplished by the power of sword. It is indeed true to find that Tibetans are suffering and eventually they will win this battle of Good over Evil for they paid the price through patient suffering.
I make prediction of Red China’s downfall, its ruin, its destruction using the words of Prophet Jeremiah as revealed in The Old Testament Book of Jeremiah, Chapter 18, verses 7 to 10:
“If at any time I announce that a nation or kingdom is to be uprooted, torn down, and destroyed, and if that nation I warned repents of its evil, then I will relent and not inflict on it the disaster I had planned. And if at another time I announce that a nation or kingdom is to be built up and planted, and if it does evil in my sight and does not obey me, then I will consider the good I had intended to do for it.
Red China has not relented from its use of power with Evil intent. Red China has not repented and has not expressed any remorse for its Evil actions, and Red China is unwilling to learn from its wrongful conduct that caused injury and harm to other nations. Beijing is Doomed. Its fate or destiny is unsealed. Red China will be uprooted, torn down, and be destroyed for it chose Evil which means calamity, disaster, downfall, and utter ruin.
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U.S. says South China Sea reclamations stoke instability
Chinese dredging vessels are purportedly seen in the waters around Mischief Reef in the disputed Spratly …
JAKARTA (Reuters) – China’s land reclamation around reefs in the disputed South China Sea is undermining freedom and stability, and risks provoking tension that could even lead to conflict, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken told a conference in Jakarta.
China claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, which is believed to be rich in oil and gas, its claims overlapping with those of Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Taiwan.
Recent satellite images suggest China has made rapid progress in filling in land in contested territory in the Spratly islands and in building an airstrip suitable for military use and that it may be planning another.
“As China seeks to make sovereign land out of sand castles and redraw maritime boundaries, it is eroding regional trust and undermining investor confidence,” Blinken said on Wednesday.
“Its behavior threatens to set a new precedent whereby larger countries are free to intimidate smaller ones, and that provokes tensions, instability and can even lead to conflict.”
The United States and China clashed over the dispute on Saturday, when visiting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urged China to take action to reduce tension. China said its determination to protect its interests was “as hard as a rock”.
Chinese dredging vessels are purportedly seen in the waters around Fiery Cross Reef in the disputed …
Asked about Blinken’s remarks, China’s Foreign Ministry demanded on Thursday that the United States abide by the principle of not taking sides on the South China Sea, and said his comments damaged trust in the region.
“The U.S. assumptions are groundless,” ministry spokesman Hong Lei told a regular briefing.
Blinken said the previous day that competing claims had to be handled “diplomatically”.
“We don’t take sides but we strongly oppose actions that aim to advance a claim by force or coercion,” he said.
“We will continue to encourage all claimants to resolve their differences in accordance with international norms.”
The territorial dispute is seen by many as one of Asia’s most dangerous hot spots, posing risks that it could result in conflict as countries stake their claims.
(Reporting by Kanupriya Kapoor; Writing by John Chalmers and Nick Macfie)
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