Good afternoon, I’m still reporting on the coup.
I love the word “hegemony”. It expresses a meaning that no other word really
has. Plus, it’s meaning is absolutely vital in today’s world if this nation is going to
survive and thrive as a Constitutional Republic.
The dictionary meaning is “dominance of one state or nation over another.” But it
also means that the dominant group, or hegemon, gains sufficient control over
other nations because they perceive that the hegemon will eventually win – not
because the hegemon already has dominance by pure force. So hegemony is a
hidden, or not-yet realized dominance.
This is the case with the world’s only fast-rising major super-power – code-
named – “communist dishware nation”, or CDN.
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Low-intensity conflict – known as LIC – which was implemented by the CDN
many years ago.
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Now to return to hegemony. Hegemony occurs as the next step past the “tipping
point”. We are at that tipping point now, and that’s why it’s so important to the
minions of Satan to try to keep the American media focused on Russia, Russia,
Yes, Russia is not insignificant. Yes, they are massing military on the Ukranian
border. Yes, they are determined to secure their only ice-free, deep-water naval
base in Sevastopol on the Crimean peninsula – which Russia re-took from
Ukraine in 2014.
With the weakest president in U.S. history in office, there is no telling what
Russia will try to do. But whatever that is, it pales in importance to what the CDN
has already done and it’s power is still growing by leaps and bounds.
Former Deputy National Security Advisor Matthew Pottinger, appeared before at
a Congressional hearing yesterday - the U.S./China Economic and Security
Review Commission - to explain the stark facts of the successful ongoing low
intensity conflict that has been underway for decades now.
“Beijing intends to decrease China’s dependency on the world while making the
world increasingly dependent on China—and then use the resulting leverage to
advance Beijing’s authoritarian political aims around the globe.”
Pottinger talked about the CDN’s new 5-year plan, just approved last month. He
said that CDN’s long-term strategy since they joined the World Trade
Organization in 2001, has actually been to “offensively decouple” from the world,
but on their own terms.
In other words, they want to completely independent from any pressure that a
future U.S. President could possibly bring on them as they approach the tipping
point over into global hegemony. According to Pottinger’s testimony yesterday:
“The thing that scares them, that gives them night sweats, is the fear that at
some point, we might pull the plug on their ability to gain so much access to our
cutting edge technology.”
Pottinger suggested that one of the things the U.S. could still do would be to limit
the flow of U.S. money into the CDN’s military-industrial complex.
A recent analysis by the Commerce Department shows that U.S. public and
private equity investments in CDN- and Hong Kong-domiciled companies from
1992 through the end of 2020 totaled $2.3 trillion in market value.
According to Pottinger:
“Somehow, Wall Street missed the memo that Beijing is waging an existential
fight whose objective is ‘the eventual demise of capitalism and the ultimate
victory of socialism’ to quote Chairman Xi.”
President Trump banned U.S. investments into CDN companies owned or
controlled by the regime’s military. Pottinger suggested that Congress should
pass a law to buttress Trump’s executive order and expand it to include dozens
of entities that have been added to the Commerce Department’s trade blacklist
over national security or human rights concerns.
At the same hearing yesterday, Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo’s policy advisor
on the CDN, Miles Yu, warned of how the CDN now actively pressures American
companies to conform to their will by either allowing, or shutting down access of
imported American products to their markets. According to Yu:
“They use market access to absolutely mold the behavior of these big
companies, and make them sort of subjugated to the Chinese demand.”
Yu went on to explain that in private settings the big American CEOs would
complain bitterly about the CDN’s use of restrictions to their markets, but:
“In a private setting, they exploded with complaints against the Chinese