Prediction: Power behind 'killing machine' may turn on each other

Wednesday, June 3, 2020
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Chad Groening, Billy Davis (OneNewsNow.com)

China's Xi in front of CCP meetA human rights advocate who spent years in China says there is fighting behind the scenes in the Chinese Communist Party, and that struggle could one day free the country from its authoritarian masters.

Steven Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute and a recognized authority on China, says Communist leader Xi Jinping (pictured above, front row) has made numerous enemies within the country’s 94-million-member communist party, which appears to be in lock-step with the communist leader to the outside world.   

China’s citizens learned last year their actions were being tracked and punished by the CCP, then they witnessed their own leaders lie and cover up a viral outbreak in Wuhan only to punish doctors and nurses --- some on their death bed --- who urged others to protect themselves from this new virus.

OneNewsNow has reported that some world leaders, whose countries are cornered by China’s grip on trade and technology, are growing tired of a carrot-and-stick diplomacy: veiled threats about cutting off trade and friendly calls for partnership.

China Shipping Line (Chinese goods)China, meanwhile, depends on those same countries that imported COVID-19 to import its goods, too.

Back in the United States, China is watching President Donald Trump tout his “America First” trade policy while under pressure from U.S. corporations to continue production of cheap, Chinese-made goods. 

Mosher predicts President Trump will raise tariffs on both Chinese and Hong Kong imports, which will hurt China’s economy and, in turn, hurt the Chinese Community Party.

Hurting the CCP is the ultimate goal, he says, because it has now emerged as the “biggest killing machine in human history.”

 

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