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How To Destroy America Without A War


I keep thinking about that movie I saw in 1984, “Red Dawn.” I don’t know why. I haven’t seen anything similar since the 2012 remake, nor have I seen or hear of anything on TV lately, that would spark my memory and imagination.,


If you think about it, our nation is so polarized and divided today, with such a disproportionate number of Americans too sympathetic to socialism, that it makes me wonder if we could maintain what little is left of our Representative Republic another fifty years. I for one, am no longer optimistic.


I have also, as of lately, begun to evaluate the premise of the original movie. And I have come to the conclusion that a full scale invasion of our country, as portrayed in the movie, would be too costly. And in reality, unnecessary. A terminal endeavor for both our country and the invaders. The conquering of America could be achieved without a uniformed foreign adversary setting foot on American soil. Let me explain.


Let’s forget for a moment, everything Yuri Bezmenov, the KGB defector, told us about the four stages of ideological subversion. Let’s look at the possibilities of accomplishing the total takeover of a nation, without the need for decades of ideological warfare, useful idiots and perpetual crises. Instead we will exploit America’s weaknesses and virtues against itself. We will focus on America’s most formidable adversary. China.


Let’s begin with the exercise of monetary influence in all of America’s institutions. Take for example Penn State. The Ivy League university raked in a total of $54.6 million from 2014 through June 2019, in donations from China, including $23.1 million in anonymous gifts starting in 2016. All possible through Joe Biden’s “Penn-Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.” Yes, the same place where classified documents were found from Biden’s tenure as Vice-President.


That a Vise-President could exercise so much leverage of Communist China, is a story in itself for another day. But Penn State isn’t the only one. The nation’s largest and richest universities have aggressively pursued and accepted “Chinese money,” including Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and Georgetown. And academia isn’t alone. Chinese money is everywhere in other American institutions from sports to entertainment.


This money allows China to exercise influence on American foreign policy, particularly policies that are favorable towards them. This money allows access to areas of America’s research and development and infrastructure, otherwise off limits. This provides industrial espionage and the stealing of America’s technologies. Technologies that can be used against Americans. This allows the disproportionate appointment of Chinese nationals with questionable histories to positions of power in our government.


Next we will look at America’s open borders policy. It can be exploited to bring in thousands of special operators posing as refugees running from Communist China’s totalitarian regime. With particular job skills, these agents can find work in various infrastructure jobs such as energy, agriculture, communication and other crucial logistics. Their real skills would be brought to bear at the appropriate moment.


Now launch multiple EMP weapons, off of nondescript container ships, mooring on either coast and the Gulf, at a time when Americans are traveling in large numbers like Thanksgiving or Christmas with the skies filled with airplanes full of passengers and fuel, and the devastation is amplified.


The U.S.'s concern over an EMP attack traces back to the Cold War, where the U.S. worried that the Soviet Union might look to knock out military communications and national command authority through an EMP attack generated by the detonation of high-altitude nuclear weapons, therefore eliminating the U.S. military's ability to respond to a nuclear attack.


Though the U.S. military has taken steps to ensure that they would maintain national command authority and be able to operate after an attack, the U.S.

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