President Trump has received an undue amount of backlash from liberals for his referring to COVID-19 as the “China-virus.” But even so, he won’t back down from using the term. Maybe, just maybe mind you, Trump, being president and all, has access to some high-level information that we the commoners do not, and probably never will.
It’s long been thought by many that Communist China purposely unleashed the monster virus, even at the expense of sacrificing a small percentage of their gazillion or so citizens. For them, it was not only a clever means of population control but also a way of weakening the greatest superpower in the world, the United States of America.
Sure they had to infect the rest of the world to give the plot merit, but all’s fair in love and war. And according to Chinese Sociologist, Dr. Li Yi at the Shenzhenwan Dialogue Forum in Shenzen, China, war is precisely what his nation launched.
Yi believes that by the year 2027, China will seize control of America. He said the global pandemic has proved “beneficial for North Korea and China” but “bad for Europe and America.”
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“It was said that this might be delayed for a year or two, but this year, God has pulled off a little trick, right?” said Li. “God created COVID-19 and spread it to every country in the world. The COVID-19 pandemic is like a test for all the countries in the world. The test is biased though. COVID-19 is bad for Europe and America but is beneficial for North Korea and China.”
Dr. Li admitted how China’s pandemic health system isn’t nearly as on par as North Korea’s, who miraculously claim they’ve not had one single infection. But grinning through his crooked teeth he then referred to 4,000 dead Chinese people as a net win considering the virus’s continuing toll on the U.S.
“We (China) still have 4,000 dead, right?” he went on to say. “But if 4,000 die versus 220,000 in the United States, we haven’t really lost a single person, have we?” To this murderous void of conscience villain, it all makes sense.
As Li, gushing with idiocy, went on to praise his Motherland as the holiest of the holy, his inflammatory remarks gained greater speed and intensity.
With pulsating arterial neck veins, Li pointed out how China’s positioning in the global economy has exceeded their wildest expectations, placing them far ahead of their proposed schedule for waltzing into America. He is confident China will reach their goal by 2027, and when it comes to full-fruition, there will be no way for the U.S. to survive.
Secondly, Li brought to attention China’s overwhelming 1.4 billion population versus America’s piddly little 331,790,984 million. “As long as Chinese people eat, sleep, defecate, and urinate every day, as long as we go to work every day, we will drive the U.S. to its death.” It’s all about the numbers.
Certainly, Li is correct concerning our differences in populations, but there are several crucial areas where he’s missing the American thrown baseball. Nobody likes China. Not even the poor innocent souls who are forced to live there under Communist rule. And by poor, we mean dirt poor. Sure their government might have barrels of untold wealth, but those billions can’t see it from the squalor of their tiny living rooms.
America has strategically placed allies throughout the globe. China has itself. It’s not too far out-of-line to consider even Russia lending a helping hand should China get too big for their ragged britches. It could serve them well for many reasons, so China going down in lieu of the U.S.A. would be their better option.
The biggest motivating factor for any world army is patriotism, and it can’t be forced. Without it, soldiers lack initiative. They have no reason to want to fight for what they already don’t have and probably never will.
China might think they’re pulling a fast one, but it takes so much more than a great economy to win a war. It takes heart. It takes courage. It takes a strong belief in the country you represent. It takes a country like America.