And though not uncommon to see the US Navy using the same paint on multiple surfaces, such as aircraft carriers and the walls of US Naval hospitals, most critical to notice in this video is the Presidential Flag standing behind President Trump’s left shoulder—where one can see the stars on this flag slowly moving up and down—that in nautical terms is known as “heave”, which is the linear vertical (up/down) motion one always sees on videos taking aboard large sea going vessels—and for the reason behind the location of President Trump being kept secret, can be seen in such articles now appearing like: “Deep Cover Sources Reveal Intelligence Information That Indicate Four Assassination Teams Have Been Dispatched To Take The Life Of The President”. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
President Donald Trump releases video (top video) whose painted surfaces (bottom photo) are an exact match for those found in the inport cabin (top photo) aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower—and whose heave sea motion in this video is unmistakable while watching the stars on the Presidential Flag move slowly up and down.
Not being understood by the masses of the American people about all of these lighting strike war move preparations, this report notes, is that all of them were set in motion on 17 September—which was when President Trump received a final analysis war document prepared by one of America’s top war strategists Dr. Jan Kallberg, the main research scientist at the Army Cyber Institute at West Point and an assistant professor at the US Military Academy, is legendary among all of the world’s top military strategists for his insightful war analysis, and in whose abbreviated public facing research paper giving the highlights of the more extensive war document he presented to President Trump, sees it’s title alone explaining everything one needs to know about this current crisis—“If China Loses A Future War, Entropy Could Be Imminent”—wherein Dr. Kallbergexplains the true dimensions of this war:
In the last decades, China increased its defense spending and modernized its military, including advanced air defenses and cruise missiles; fielded advanced military hardware; and built a high sea navy from scratch.
But there is significant uncertainty of how the Chinese military will perform.
Modern warfare is integration, joint operations, command, control, intelligence, and the ability to understand and execute the ongoing, all-domain fight.
War is a complex machinery with low margins of error and can have devastating outcomes for the ill-prepared.
It does not matter if you are against or for the U.S. military operations the last three decades; the fact is that the prolonged conflict and engagement have made the U.S. experienced.
The Chinese inexperience, in combination with unrealistic expansionist ambitions, can be the downfall of the regime.
Dry swimmers maybe train the basics, but they are never great swimmers.
The repeated visualization of the Han nationalist cult appears as a strength amid the youth rallying behind President Xi Jinping’s regime, but it is also a significant weakness.
All chauvinist cults will implode over time because the unrealistic assumptions add up, and so will the sum of all delusional ideological decisions.
Winston Churchill knew after Nazi Germany declared war on the United States in December 1941 that the Allies would prevail and win the war.
Nazi Germany did not have the gross domestic product or manpower to sustain the war on two fronts, but the Nazis did not care because they were irrational and driven by hateful ideology.Nazi Germany had just months before it invaded the massive Soviet Union to create Lebensraum and feed an urge to reestablish German-Austrian dominance in Eastern Europe. The Nazis unilaterally declared war on the United States.
The rationale for the declaration of war was ideology, a worldview that demanded expansion and conflict, even if Germany was strategically inferior and eventually lost the war.
If the regime loses its grip, the wrath of the masses may be unleashed from decades of repression.
A country of the size of China — with a history of cleavages and civil wars, and that has a suppressed, diverse population and socioeconomic disparity — can be catapulted into Balkanization after a defeat.
In the past, China has had long periods of internal fragmentation and weak central government.
The United States reacts differently to failure.
The United States is as a country far more resilient than we might assume from watching the daily news.
If the United States loses a war, the president gets the blame, but there will still be a presidential library in his/her name.
There is no revolution.
China’s belief that it can be a global authoritarian hegemony is likely on the same journey.
China is today driven by its flavor or expansionist ideology that seeks conflict without being strategically able.
It is worth noting that not a single major country is China’s ally.
As to how President Trump intends to defeat the Han nationalist cult and catapult Communist China into Balkanization because of their deliberate act of war coronavirus attack on the world, this report concludes, his war preparations made before going into protective hiding strongly suggests it will be a lighting strike conflict intended to decapitate the current leadership of Communist China—that could include the use of low-yield nuclear weapons, depending upon Communist China’s retaliatory response—though this does leave unanswered how strong President Trump’s resolve is to both initiate and end this conflict—a resolve the Ministry doesn’t doubt in the least, and have advised the Communist Chinese not to test.