The west has formed a global anti-CCP alliance to reset a new world order, says Miles Kwok on October 29th, ready to meet some of the world’s most powerful financiers and politicians at his penthouse in New York.
Miles says the fight against the Communist Regime of China is going to be a long lasting process but fortunately a global force has come into shape to stop the CCP from unearthing the fundamentals of human civilizations.
Donald Trump’s former strategist Steve Bannon, who is now a frequent visitor to Mile’s residence and a key player in proposing the Anti-CCP alliance, says that the US is not just fight a trade war with China, “it’s an economic war, a war with full scale”, including military.
The US president will escalate his efforts against China after the midterm elections early next month, say officials from the White House.
The United States is preparing new tariffs against all remaining US$257 Chinese imports if trade talks between Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping fail to reconcile the ongoing trade dispute, according to Bloomberg News yesterday, and an announcement of new taxes against goods from China could occur as early as December.
Next year 2019 will be a crucial year for the EU and it is not just another election. The Europeans have urged for a safer, more competitive and responsible EU, as election candidates and EU leaders are to put people’s wellbeing at the centre of their thinking.
France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Sweden, Holland and other EU countries are resetting their relations with China, with constant warnings of communist aggression in the continent. “All current and future European politicians and leaders now appear to recognize this challenge,” local media has reported.
There is further blow for the China-friendly German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Hesse. Both the parties in Merkel’s governing coalition have suffered heavy losses in a regional election, early results show.
Yesterday the Chancellor tells Christian Democrats she will not seek re-election as party chairwoman in December.
The US ally Canada is also taking a turn against Beijing as it will stall a trade deal with China until its behavior is ‘more reasonable’, according to Canada’s ambassador to China John McCallum.
John McCallum says a trade pact with Canada likely won’t be reached until China shows flexibility on certain controversial policies. He says most of the work he is doing in Beijing right now is focused on bridging policy gaps between Canada and China on agricultural market access, wages and gender equity, and on addressing issues with the Asian nation’s human rights record.
“We are doing our best to persuade China to behave in what we would regard as the more reasonable way,” McCallum told Chris Hall, host of CBC Radio’s The House, on Thursday.
In Latin America, Brazil President-elect Jair Bolsonaro’s battle to lead has just begun. Before the election, according to Reuters, the Chinese government has been trying to make peace with Jair Bolsonaro, whose China-bashing threatens to chill a profitable trading relationship that has benefited both countries.
A similar tone, Australia Opposition Leader Bill Shorten yesterday labels China’s crackdown against Muslim minorities ‘gravely disturbing’.
Bill Shorten has pledged to renew scrutiny of China’s human rights record. “Where values diverge, we won’t ignore issues. What I won’t necessarily do is do it through a megaphone but I would like to see us resuscitate a greater human rights dialogue with China,” he said in response to questioning after a foreign policy address to the Lowy Institute on Monday.
The Japanese prime minister’s state visit to China last week was therefore a triumph of persistence — six years of an incredible political tour de force, according to CNBC, “There are few, if any, world leaders that could match the clarity of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s China strategy.”
The report says it is ridiculous to think that China needed Japan as an ally in its trade dispute with the US. Japan is caught in the middle. The only problem is whether Japan will be able to keep the Sino-Japanese business relations immune from the worsening U.S.-China confrontations and apparent difficulties in establishing a working relationship with South Korea.
After China, Abe heads for India. The leaders of Japan and India agreed Monday to step up their cooperation in defense, trade and a range or other areas amid China’s growing influence in the region.
In a joint statement, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, said they would begin regular talks between their foreign and defense ministers and committed to extending cooperation in areas ranging from agriculture and digital technology to investment in Indian rail projects and infrastructure.
They also said the two countries are expanding ammunition sales and joint military exercises.
Concerns about China’s expanding influence on the regional economy and U.S. trade policy are also bringing Japan and India closer in their economic ties.
Also in Asia, May this year, Malaysia opened a new chapter in its history when voters chose change and elected the Pakatan Harapan government into office. The new government has demonstrated clearly that it has not forsaken its international partners — in particular, China.
Mahathir Mohamad, once a loyal friend to China, is now leading the resistance against Chinese domination in the region.
Miles Kwok tweets in his own media yesterday, “Months ago, I said of Brazil, Canada, Europe…and South America! All anti-CCP candidates will win in their elections…remarkably! Please do not look highly of what agreement Japan has signed with Beijing, their relationship is in trouble! Out of everyone’s expectations! Even today, Japan does not have the autonomy in foreign policies. CCP has been crazy for too long! Starting from November 6th, the whole world starts to punish communism…..the coming G20 will mean nothing to the CCP….only economic crisis, domestic violence….from now then, the dawn of the French Revolution. The election in Germany today has ended the age of Merkel! What follows in Germany, the UK, France, Spain, and Italy ….changes over night!”
Miles says that the French local court will announce the judgment on the death of HNA Chairman Wang Jian, to challenge his up-coming press conference. “They will pay the price!” says Miles firmly, “That’s result we have wanted! We will make this press conference the funeral for Wang Qishan. This will be an unprecedented war, a legal battle against a vicious murder! By now 223 world class media organizations have applied to attend, although we only allow 30 in. We have been warned that CCP would do anything to stop this! But it will happen. We never give up!”
Chinese President Xi Jinping has ordered the military command overseeing the contested South China Sea to “concentrate preparations for fighting a war,” according to the South China Morning Post on Sunday.
The commander-in-chief inspected the Southern Theatre Command Thursday, again stressing “It’s necessary to strengthen the mission … and concentrate preparations for fighting a war,” Xi said. “We need to take all complex situations into consideration and make emergency plans accordingly.
“We have to step up combat readiness exercises, joint exercises and confrontational exercises to enhance servicemen’s capabilities and preparation for war.”
Everything is just beginning!
By Cloudy Seagail and Staff Writer