GOP Lawmaker Say “People Will Die” In A Violent US-China Clash

by | Jul 14, 2020 | Headline News | 11 comments

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    Watch for things like this because these politicians could very well be using predictive programming to get us ready for what they already have planned. One GOP lawmaker has said there could be a violent clash between the United States and China and that “people will die.”

    According to a report by the Washington Examiner, a violent confrontation between the United States and China could take place within months, according to an American lawmaker wary of Beijing’s expansionist foreign policy. “I would predict there will be a clash within the next three to six months,” Florida Representative Ted Yoho, the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee for Asia, told the Washington Examiner.

    “Knowing China, I think what they would do is ram one of our ships and say it was a mistake,” Yoho said while discussing U.S. naval exercises in the South China Sea.  Keep in mind, this could be nothing more than predictive programming so we will accept this false flag that will ignite WW3.

    U.S. Pacific Fleet officials rebuked China for risking a collision in 2018 through a warship’s “an unsafe and unprofessional” approach to an American guided-missile destroyer. And a Chinese admiral also has boasted about the possibility of attacking U.S. carriers, wagering that such a loss of American life would leave U.S. leaders and the broader public “frightened” of Chinese military power in the disputed area.

    “I think all those are possibilities,” Yoho said. “To sink a carrier would be a huge mistake, to attack any of our ships would be a huge mistake, but I think they’re willing to risk that to test the waters. And unfortunately, people will die. It would just be a mistake if they did that, for them.”

    As the coronavirus plandemic fears continue to drop off in spite of the mainstream media’s constant hype about it, any number of crises are still possible.  Keep your eyes and mind open, and now is not the time to put anything past the government. If they think they can start a war and get away with it, they will. A Chinese foreign minister actually alluded to this as well:

    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Thursday: “If the U.S. lacks confidence, openness, and inclusiveness to such an extent, and chooses to conjure up ‘China Threats’ of various kinds, its paranoia may turn into self-fulfilling prophecies at the end of the day.”

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    Yoho also said: “The United States is willing to stand up to them, and that may force China’s hand. That’ll be something that they will lose, and they will regret, but we can’t be intimidated because that might happen. I think the real threat is, if we don’t do anything, we know that it’ll happen. And then, that’ll give more strength to China to keep doing what they’re doing. So, you know, let’s just hope that diplomacy works and China backs off.”

    This sounds like Yoho is all but coming out and saying that a violent clash is going to occur with China.  This predictive programming is a tool that’s been used for decades, and we should all be leery of ANYTHING that comes out of the mouth of a central banker or politician at this point.


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      1. Well, for my 2 cents, I still think that this corona virus was an accidental release on propose, if for no other reason, just to test the waters to see what could and would happen out in the world. And from what Ive ead there might be another ” virus ” out there from the same area of china. I’ve called stupid and crazy though the yrs and sometimes I’ve been right, but then again I’ve been wrong a lot. Hopefully. I’ll be wrong again

      2. The word used in this article, “plandemic” brings two thoughts. One, the author believes that the current Covid-19 pandemic was planned by nefarious actors or two, the author does not believe that there is a current pandemic and that Covid-19 is a hoax! If anyone believes number two, then your completely delusional!

      3. Sounds like the warning of the eminent bank collapse under the hussein obama administration. Every year it was coming…so what is this distraction deflecting from?

      4. in the late 90s, the chinese decided that they needed our country because they were so crowded. they ruled out nukes cuz would make it uninhabitable for them. conventional war would destroy infrastructure and plus our population is well armed. so they decided on a biological attack. they have done this.

      5. Having played a role in getting China to where it is today, I can fill you in on their thinking and strengths. For one, ALL their tech and science was gathered with the assistance and complicity of the US government and corporations. In short, they did nothing wrong.

        China believes they have the right to re-assert their domain of influence and this is backed up by their sense of hurt pride from when China was weak, hungry and ruled over by colonial powers.

        So phase 1 is this: they will re-gain all close border territories, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, parts of India, Tibet, Nepal, Mongolia, etc. This phase also includes kicking the US out of Asia and Africa.

        Phase 2: This involves de-throning the US dollar and US global supremacy over trade and finance.

        Phase 3: Pulling Western nations away from the US, ie: U.K., Canada, Australia, EU, Nordics etc.

        Phase 4: Let the US destroy itself and buy it up for pennies on the dollar. China doesn’t want to invade the US but they do want a hostile business take over when America is gagging for Chinese investment and technology.

        If the US attacks China, that would be a huge mistake. China is better prepared to survive a peer to peer war. Most of China’s city dwellers have shelters. Most of China’s government and military can go underground. They have spare cities waiting to move people into when the US finishes bombing existing cities.

        Unlike US cities, the Chinese population is mostly very disciplined. They can hunker down and take the hits. The bigger question is this: can the US?

        • Nice bit of Chinese propaganda. King George’s bitches said the same kinds of things circa 1776. Never forget that those who love liberty are worth ten cowering communist drones. I’m willing to go the distance. How about you?

        • Yep

          “ALL their tech and science was gathered with the assistance and complicity of the US government and corporations.”

          One capitalist will sell us the rope to hang another.
          Karl Marx

      6. absolutely agree. what i also find interesting is that the wuflu/ccpwho19 isnt really affecting kids. future chinese slaves?

        • Kids that haven’t been taught about the “Bill of Rights” civics and God given freedoms!

          Public schools have by design left these essentials out of the curriculum. Covid19 gives many Americans one last chance to teach their kids the subjects that have been discarded!

      7. We will be ok.. we can just draft all of our protesters in the military and let them fight. They have all the answers and energy and nothing else to do..

      8. We will be ok.. we can just draft all of our protesters in the military and let them fight. They have all the answers and energy and nothing else to do. Portland and Seattle can be their deployment points.

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