1 of 2 / Updating "Watch on the Rhine" to "Watch on the Red Dragon," with Steve Bannon #clawsofthereddragon

Oct 25, 2019, 01:11 AM
Image:  A mural showing women dressed in traditional Hanfu silk robes, from the Dahuting Tomb of the late Eastern Han dynasty (25–220 AD), located in Chengchou, Henan province, China.
Steve Banno is producer of Claws of the Red Dragon, a film on nengotiations between the Trump Administration and the Chinese PLA; on Huawei, a creature entirely of Xi and the PLA.

Steve also will be running the War Room radio show on for 60 days, only. https://thehill.com/homenews/media/458564-bannon-to-release-anti-huawei-film-claws-of-the-red-dragon
Trump ran on the decline of American greatness – he won in PA MI and WI because of this — now pivots to a full engagement with China, which has hitherto been running against us: trade, currency, military, technology, capital markets, everything. China’s One Belt/One Road plan, especially the roll-out of Huawei, is a major portion of China’s effort to control the global digital world. Also China’s 2025 Initiative.  Huawei is the backbone of all technological change.

Reinvigoration of the Committee on the Present Danger, Focus on China.

Wall St & elites have given technology to China to make it a powerhouse,

DoJ since 2007 has been investigation Huawei; Seattle grand jury returned 12 indictments.  On 1 Dec 2018, Canada took Meng, Huawei’s chief financial officer and daughter of the founder, into custody because of a US arrest warrant.  Huawei had broken countless laws in the US and elsewhere; she was fully apprised of the bad practices of Huawei.

Claws of the Red Dragon is reminiscent of Lillian Hellman’s Watch on the Rhine, 1941, which said, in essence, that Americans were missing the scale of the threat from what Germany.

In the US Midwest, working people know that US jobs went to China at the same time that opioids, the Fentanyl, came in. American coastal populations not much aware.

The NBA in a firestorm.  Anyone who liked that episode of South Park on China is now banned from Chinese media for life.  China is running an information war, I hope not a kinetic war.  I think we’re in 1935-36. 

Data is the plutonium of the next war.

People here and around Europe may think that Huawaei is just another company offering cheap data transmission; not aware that it’s the public face of an enormous mobilization to control [basically, the entire human race and the whole planet].

Something’s not right on the Eurasian landmass.  If you’re not informed, you’ll think that Huawai is just another company; in fact, it’s the PLA weaponizing data.

We’re seeing Hong Kong and the Uyghurs blow up.