January 5, 2019
“Winter Is Coming” Warning Issued As US Naval Forces Cringe In Horror At Stalking Chinese Monster Ready To Devour Them
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A very troubling new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today detailing the talks held yesterday between Chief of the General Staff General Valery Gerasimov and his American counterpart Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford, reveals that the warning just issued by one of China’s top CEOs that “Winter Is Coming” has, indeed, sparked alarm in the United States—most particularly the US Navy who, for the first time in modern history, refuses to allow any of their 11 aircraft carrier battle groups to leave port—a shocking action spurred after Chinese Rear Admiral Lou Yuan, the deputy head of the Chinese Academy of Military Sciences, declared his intention to sink two US aircraft carriers and kill 10,000 US sailors with his stating “than we’ll see how frightened America is”—and whose means to accomplish this provocative action is a newly deployed Chinese warship equipped with a “miracle” railgun capable of firing hypersonic projectiles that can sink a US aircraft carrier from over 150 miles away. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
Hypersonic railgun equipped Chinese warship (above) leaves port on 2 January 2019 to stalk world’s oceans for US aircraft carrier to sink
According to this report, for the last nearly two full years, the United States has been locked in an existential battle for its very survival—but that the American people have been deceived by their “Deep State” into believing involves Russia—and was deliberately caused by failed 2016 US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton hiring a disgraced former British spy named Christopher Steele to concoct lies for her about President Trump so she could contest her loss and throw him out of office.
With this “Deep State” and Hillary Clinton generated and lie-fueled Russian hysteria sweeping across America, though, this report continues, the citizens of that country were unable to hear the warning just issued by one of their top military experts named Dr. Robert Farley—and who in detailing the present crisis leading to World War III stated:
The South China Sea (SCS) has become wrapped into the growing trade clash between the United States and China.
For now, that conflict is playing out in exchanges of heated rhetoric, tariffs and various other trade sanctions.
The United States and Canada recently escalated the conflict by arresting an executive of the Chinese technology firm Huawei, which led to counter-steps by China against Canadian citizens and U.S. firms.
As of yet the United States and China have not drawn a tight connection between the trade war and the ongoing disputes in the SCS. However, as relations between the two countries deteriorate, one or the other might decide to escalate beyond dollars, words and legal filings.
Indeed, if China and the United States conclude that their trade relationship is at substantial risk, and similarly conclude that further conflict is inevitable, then either might decide to “ take off the gloves ” in the SCS.
At its most simple to understand rendering, this report explains, this present crisis fast leading to global conflict involves just two nations—the United States and China—both of whom depend on global trade to sustain their country’s vast economies—as opposed to Russia, whose massive $75 trillion in natural resource wealth makes it impervious to either global trade or the sanctions used by the West to control and protect their trading bloc.
Natural resource poor China, however, this report details, cannot sustain its economy without global trade—thus making it extremely vulnerable to sanctions, trade barriers and tariffs imposed upon it by the West—most particularly the United States, who have used sanctions to cut off China’s supply of oil from Iran, and who, also, have imposed punishing tariffs on them.
These actions taken against China by the United States, this report further explains, are collectively known as a “trade war”—that was begun by President Trump in April-2018—and whose intended purpose is to reduce the massive trade imbalance between these two nations—that in 2018 saw China exporting over $466 billion worth of goods to the US, but their only allowing into their nation $102 billion worth of American products and services.
Left unspoken about this US-China “trade war”, this report notes, is that it’s a conflict the Chinese can never win—as they desperately need the American market to sustain their economy, while the United States barely needs China at all—a fact just acknowledged by Robin Li Yanhong, one of the most powerful men in China—who as the CEO of China's dominant internet search company Baidu (the Google/Facebook/Twitter combined of China), just issued a warning stating that the Chinese economy is, in essence, collapsing, thus spurring him to ominously declare that “Winter Is Coming”.
With US officials now flying into China in a last gasp bid to prevent this “trade war” from becoming a “hot war”, this report continues, President Trump has declared that China’s collapsing economy is giving him the upper hand in these trade talks—a view not taken by Chinese President Xi Jinping who, in his first order issued for 2019, instructed China's armed forces to strengthen their sense of urgency and do everything they can to prepare for battle.
With China, just hours ago, having put US officials on military alert after testing their ‘Mother of All Bombs” that could “completely obliterate” fortified defences in the West, this report concludes, the MoD notes even America’s top military experts warning that the United States does not hold all the cards when it comes to conventional conflict—most particularly against China in the South China Sea were US military simulations showed the Chinese would destroy the US Navy—but whose gravest concern about was voiced by a Colonel at the US Army War College, who memorably phrased the problem: ”The United States has wrongly predicted every conflict since the Korean War…Why should we expect World War III will be any different?”
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