The Editors’ Quote Of The Day

“The first pressing issue facing us is living space. This is the biggest focus of the revitalization of the Chinese race. In my last speech, I said that the fight over basic living resources (including land and ocean) is the source of the vast majority of wars in history. This may change in the information age, but not fundamentally. Our per capita resources are much less than those of Germany’s back then. In addition, economic development in the last twenty-plus years had a negative impact, and climates are rapidly changing for the worse. Our resources are in very short supply. The environment is severely polluted, especially that of soil, water, and air. Not only our ability to sustain and develop our race, but even its survival is gravely threatened, to a degree much greater than faced Germany back then Anybody who has been to Western countries knows that their living space is much better than ours. They have forests alongside the highways, while we hardly have any trees by our streets. Their sky is often blue with white clouds, while our sky is covered with a layer of dark haze. Their tap water is clean enough for drinking, while even our ground water is so polluted that it can’t be drunk without filtering. They have few people in the streets, and two or three people can occupy a small residential building; in contrast our streets are always crawling with people, and several people have to share one room.

Many years ago, there was a book titled Yellow Catastrophes. It said that, due to our following the American style of consumption, our limited resources would no longer support the population and society would collapse once our population reaches 1.3 billion. Now our population has already exceeded this limit, and we are now relying on imports to sustain our nation. It’s not that we haven’t paid attention to this issue. The Ministry of Land Resources is specialized in this issue. But we must understand that the term ‘living space’ (lebenstraum) is too closely related to Nazi Germany.

The reason we don’t want to discuss this too openly is to avoid the West’s association of us with Nazi Germany, which could in turn reinforce the view that China is a threat. Therefore, in our emphasis on He Xin’s new theory, ‘Human Rights are just living rights’ we only talk about ‘living’ but not ‘space’ so as to avoid using the term ‘living space.’ From the perspective of history, the reason that China is faced with the issue of living space is because Western countries have developed ahead of Eastern countries. Western countries established colonies all around the world, therefore giving themselves an advantage on the issue of living space. To solve this problem, we must lead the Chinese people outside of China, so that they can develop outside of China.

Would the United States allow us to go out to gain new living space? First, if the United States is firm in blocking us, it is hard for us to do anything significant to Taiwan and some other countries! Second, even if we could snatch some land from Taiwan, Vietnam, India, or even Japan, how much more living space can we get? Very trivial! Only countries like the United States, Canada and Australia have the vast land to serve our need for mass colonization.” – Chi Haotian, Vice-Chairman of China’s, Military Commission, in a speech given in 2005


    1. They are already buying up California in the billions of dollars. If they get enough people there, they can out vote the liberals.

      1. Hahaha, that’s a little naive. They want the bread basket agricultural farming areas of the central US. From Montana south to Texas and East to the Appalachians as well.

        They will get a foot hold in California as western supply bases to invade the rest of the country.
        The Muslims have no desire to take America and they don’t have the military or manpower to do it. But China has both, and they will easily.

        First will be the Detonation of a Super EMP taking out the power grid, and in a year 9 out of 10 Americans will be dead from starvation, disease and internal conflict…. Then China will invade and take the land.

  1. Unless we change our immigration laws and have an immigration moratorium there is no need to worry about war with china as colonization by Chinese immigration is much simpler. Currently, the fastest growing group of immigrants is not Hispanic, it is Indian and Chinese. While ten percent of the population of central America and the Caribbean have come here since we opened the gates with the 1965 Immigration Act, there is nothing stopping ten percent of china from coming too. I recommend everyone join numbersusa and read every day and vote out all open border globalist weasels in both parties every chance you get.
    For anyone who thinks colonization of the USA by China via immigration is ridiculous, I remember watching a 60 Minute episode over 25 years ago where Mike Wallace interviewed a Muslim cleric in London who said he and other Muslims were going to turn England into a Muslim country. I remember laughing out loud. Today London is called Lononistan and the name Mohammad is the most popular boys name in Great Britain.

  2. China is already investing in the vast region of Siberia. They once claimed large areas of Russian territory which they said was taken from them by unfair treaties imposed upon them by Tsarist Russia. The two countries fought large battles on their border in the 1960’s.
    Though they now say that all their border disputes with Russia are resolved, who is to say that in ten or twenty years they may not revisit the issue? With China growing in economic and military power as well as population, and with Russia’s own population shrinking, the time may be ripe in a few years for a drive northward. –C.R.

  3. China is moving on Africa already. They have put a stake in the ground and built a ghost city I believe. This goes back a few years, no telling what has transpired since.

  4. It makes me laugh when people say “Russia this” and “Russia that,” while in the meantime, China’s military footprint grows and grows, with nary a word spoken about it. …Strange…

  5. I had a conversation several years back with a Viet Nam Marine who’d since gone on to Lt. Colonel in the USAF. He told me that in his opinion our next big war would be with China. Pressing him for an explanation he responded that it would be over food. When China’s population exceeded its ability to feed itself and had to rely on imports (current situation), that any bad harvest from a major food supplier would have international ramifications. He ended the talk with a statement to the effect that ” no government has ever stayed in power when its people were starving”. I have noticed in small articles from numerous sources that CHina is very active in acquiring interests in countries aorund the world and offering infrastructure support in return for agricultural property consessions. So it would appear that China is already aware of that particular weakness and has taken steps to counter that, but owning a vast farm in another country(s) is no guarantee that there won’t be floods, drought or an insect infestation to wreck that harvest despite the best efforts of it staff.

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