Monday, April 6, 2015
China's New "Eastern Provinces" - from Seattle to San Diego...
Liberty For All in Washington State recently showed up and forced their State officials to take down a Red Communist flag that had been raised "...in honor of a visiting ambassador...".
First Point: Good on Liberty for All. THAT is Leadership. By all accounts, the decision to confront the flag issue came from within the organization, was executed by the organization, and is without any doubt a solid, serious win. They defined their mission and completed their mission as stated. End of story. Well done.
Second Point: This is a much bigger topic, one that should be a concern of every Patriot in America. Not even in Washington DC do politicians hoist Commie flags when delegations are visiting various agencies. So as we counsel all Patriots on every issue - let's examine the premise of why the politicians and/or bureaucrats involved in the decision to fly the ChiCom flag on the grounds of the state Capitol would take such a decision.
I think the obvious speaks loudly - the people involved chose to fly the flag because they have no problem with it. That is a political issue for the citizens of Washington State to address. So, if the Pols/Bureaucrats have no problem flying the flag, and did so to "honor" a ChiCom Ambassador, one must consider that the people involved find the politics of the Ambassador to be "Honorable". Once again, that is mostly a political issue for the people of Washington State to handle.
But let's climb in altitude for a better look at the geo-political landscape involved. The west coast is the closest relevant spot we have to China. We know the Chinese are deliberately populating the west coast, seeding it with adults and running baby mills to ensure little Chinese fuckers get American citizenship as they slide out of the womb. We know from a tactical and strategic vantage, China would see the west coast as a beachhead in any conventional fight. We know that the ChiComs nearly won control of Long Beach a few decades ago, facilitated by other politicians/bureaucrats who saw no problem with such a government having such a presence in SoCal. We know they already control the Panama Canal, so if they managed to control the western seaports and the canal, America west of the Rockies would be in a LOT of trouble in a conventional ruckus.
Look at the population centers of the west coast. From a political philosophy perspective, is there anywhere on the seacoast that would seriously object to shiploads of ChiComs arriving suddenly in every harbor - except for San Diego/Coronado? (I mean the actual Naval Base, not the city. The city would be fine with it...) From Los Angeles to San Francisco to Seattle, ChiCom boots would not begin to hit any real politically-motivated challengers until they hit the Cascades in Washington and Kenny's house in Northern Cali. In Southern Cali they wouldn't meet any resistance until, probably, somewhere in Nevada or Arizona.
Examine the premise. Is it even remotely possible that the presence of the ChiCom flag was more than merely welcoming a single Ambassador? Does it not signal to the ChiCom's that, at least the pols/bureaucrats in Seattle are willing to partner with them at a much more significant level than merely trade? Does anyone truly believe that the politicians and bureaucrats in Seattle would pick up rifles to defend their citizens from "aggressive" ChiCom "friends" - or would they more likely volunteer to help administer the new "Eastern Province"?
No, I am not suggesting that the presence of the ChiCom flag was some sort of secret-squirrel signal to the ChiComs that the invasion could commence.
But I am declaring that the politicians and bureaucrats along our western seacoast would not really mind such an invasion...
Think bigger, Patriots. American politics is about much more than American politicians merely controlling American Citizens. If you do not believe that there is a very large majority of American politicians and bureaucrats who are willing to help fundamentally change the global political paradigm to Red - then I can't help you.
Here's the LfA piece.
Posted by K at 10:19 PM