Video dated 1995.
All warfare is based on deception.
- SUN TZU, The Art of War
[From The Perestroika Deception, 1995]
CHINA: A STRATEGIC ENEMY OF THE UNITED STATES
Communist China is not a strategic partner but a concealed strategic enemy of the United States. China will join in the Soviet offensive to bring about 'restructuring' in the United States and worldwide.
This situation leaves American policymakers poorly informed on the subject. American policymakers from the time of Nixon and Kissinger [kgb] to the present day have become known for their excessive reliance on the verbal assurances of Mao, Chou En-Lai and Deng. Reliance on their word is no substitute for good intelligence.
Because of this intelligence gap, America's policymakers have not distinguished between China's tactics and her strategy. This failure is not new: it was evident as early as the Second World War when the Americans failed to realise that the Chinese Communists' cooperation with the Nationalists against the Japanese was a tactic adopted in order to achieve their strategic objective - their victory over the Nationalists. Some of the statements of the Chinese leaders to their own followers are unflattering about American policymakers and are, in fact, disturbing. In the late 1960s, Mao advised the Party not to take the Americans seriously in a strategic, but only in a tactical sense. Deng's well known statement about a cat catching a mouse, made when China was introducing capitalism and receiving American technology, can be interpreted as meaning that the Chinese Communist leader is the cat that caught the American mouse.
Because of their confusion, American policymakers believe that Communist China is an important strategic partner and a strategic rival and enemy of the Soviet
Union. In this they are wrong. China is a tactical, not a strategic partner of the United States and a tactical, but not a strategic 'enemy' of the Soviet Union".
The grounds for this conclusion are to be found by analysing the long-range Communist strategy which illuminates the strategic role of China.
Communist China was one of the principal architects of the Communists' long-range strategy. The Sino-Soviet 'split' was a common strategic disinformation operation to secure the successful preparation of their common strategy of 'restructuring'.
The Soviet and Chinese leaders have continued their secret strategic coordination through a division of labour.
Gorbachev's 'perestroika' and Deng's 'Four Modernisations' (a Chinese euphemism for 'restructuring', or 'perestroika') are two similar elements in the final phase of the common strategy.
In the light of the new method of analysis, the purpose of Shevardnadze's hastily arranged trip to China on the eve of President Bush's visit was to give advice to Deng on his talks with the American President. Gorbachev and Deng will use their meeting to discuss coordination and new initiatives to be taken during the final phase of the strategy. The new analysis sees the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan as a tactical move en route to the principal strategic objective - 'restructuring' by engaging the United States in support of 'perestroika'.
China's close relations with the United States and even Chinese helpfulness to the United States over the Pakistan-Afghanistan situation are tactics intended to secure China's primary strategic objective of becoming a modern superpower with the help of American technology.
According to this analysis, the Chinese leaders are using their own Party apparatus and security services to try to repeat Soviet successes in creating controlled political opposition and introducing its members to the United States in order to shape American policy in the interests of a common Communist strategy.
In fact the Chinese have been so impressed by Sakharov's success in gaining influence in the United States that they are developing their own Sakharovs - agents of influence among leading Chinese 'dissident' scientists. Thus it can be predicted that the Chinese will establish their own foothold of influence in the United States and will eventually join the Soviet offensive to procure American 'restructuring'.
For China is destined to become a primary Soviet partner in the future World
Government towards which Moscow and Peking are jointly proceeding.
New lies for old by Anatoliy Golitsyn
The Perestroika Deception by Anatoliy Golitsyn
http://once-upon-a-time-in-the-west.b... (an interesting site)