The China Files have dropped on Human Events Daily, and part 1, released Monday, offers a glimpse into the origins of the Chinese Communist Party, Mao Zedong, how American communists in the US State Department wanted the communists to win China's brutal civil war.
The rise of the CCP began with the end of the Ching Dynasty, which through corruption and mismanagement, had lost its "Mandate of Heaven," or divine right to rule. This, Posobiec explained, is like the Divine Right of Kings that gave European leaders divine right to rule, but can be lost, essentially when leadership is so poor the empire slides into decline.
This mismanagement of the Chinese empire by the Ching Dynasty led directly to the rise of communism. There was a vacuum left by the absence of leadership, and the Soviet Union saw it as an opportunity.
Communism did not manifest suddenly in that China. It was brought in, in 1921, by its Russian neighbors, who convened a meeting in Shanghai to bring their Leninist ideas to "this new China with no dynasty," Posobiec said. This meeting was the "first meeting of the Chinese communist party." The KGB was there, as well as Mao Zedong.
"So from the very start, the CCP was a foreign-funded, foreign-financed organization."
Mao took the ideas, along with lessons learned on thuggery from his upbringing in Hunan, and employed "brutal tactics" that he "was able to establish his reign of terror throughout the entire countryside of China, while financed and funded by the Soviet Union."
As Mao was on his way up, he clashed with nationalists, who undertook to massacre communists through a near-decade's long civil war. This led to those nationalist's defeat, and they headed off to Taiwan to establish, or continue the China they knew.
This left Mao, and his communist party free to "murder, torture and execute anyone who stood in their way," Posobiec said.
China's fall to the communists was no surprise to the US State Department, which actually saw the outcome many in the department wanted.
Two years after the nationalists abandoned China to the party of Mao "there was a speech given by Senator Joseph McCarthy," Posobiec said, in which "he talked about the failed mission to prevent the Chinese Civil War from taking place and the communist revolution from winning in China."
"That mission," he continued, "had been headed by General George Marshall," who won the Nobel Peace Prize.
"McCarthy said the only way to explain why the US fell from our position as the most powerful nation on earth, at the end of World War II, to a position of declared weakness by our leadership," was because of a horrifying conspiracy.
"How can we account for our present situation unless we believe that men high in this government are concerting to deliver us to disaster?" McCarthy famously said. "This must be the product of a great conspiracy, a conspiracy on a scale so immense as to dwarf any previous such venture in the history of man. A conspiracy of infamy so black that, when it is finally exposed, its principals shall be forever deserving of the maledictions of all honest men.
"Who constitutes the highest circles of this conspiracy? About that, we cannot be sure. We are convinced that Dean Acheson, who steadfastly serves the interests of nations other than his own, the friend of Alger Hiss, who supported him in his hour of retribution, who contributed to his defence fund, must be high on the roster," he said.
McCarthy went on to slam Marshall, saying "It was the State Department under Marshall… that sabotaged the $125 million military aid bill to China in 1945."
It was because of Marshall's orders that "the situation was radically changed in favor of the communists. Under those orders as we now know, Marshall embargoed all arms and ammunition to our allies in China.
"He forced the opening of the nationalist held mountains into Manchuria, to the end that the Chinese Communists gained access to the mountains of captured Japanese equipment.
"Remember, the Japanese stronghold was in northeast China in Manchuria. No need to tell the country how Marshall tried to force Chiang Kai Shek to form a partnership government with the communists.
"Were the communists allowed to win? Was Chairman Mao allowed to take China? Was this part of a deal that many have alleged took place between the highest levels of the United States government, that actually started with FDR? And then later was carried out by Truman and elements of the State Department," Posobiec posits.
All of this could have been done in service to a globalist agenda, and as part of a deal between the Soviet Union and the United States.
"We've seen much of this declassified text, telegrams, declassified cables that have come out," Posobiec said, "discussing these plans all the way back to FDR because there were many Americans that wanted communism to succeed not just in China, but also across Europe.
"World War two ends, the nationalists are left to dry. They're left to wither and rot on the vine by the United States and by the Allies," he said.
"Meanwhile, the communists, Mao Zedong and the Chinese Communist Party continue fighting closer and closer. Millions of people are killed in this fight. Over 2.5 million. Hundreds of thousands of people are starved out."
"Chairman Mao once famously said a 'revolution is not a dinner party,'" Posobiec said. "He didn't care how many people died. He gave orders for torture, execution, laid siege to cities, where hundreds of thousands of people starved and that was only a paltry sum compared to the millions that would later starve under Mao's rule. Because Mao wanted more than anything else, absolute power within China. And it didn't matter to him how many of his own people had to die so that he could get it."
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