Pompeo Kills One-China Policy
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has killed the “One-China” policy. Taiwan is happy, Communist China is furious. The decision lifts many previous restrictions on American and Taiwanese relations. Here, TheDuran offers a discussion on this policy, how it might change and whether this change will be upheld by a Biden administration, assuming he takes office.
Speaking of Mike Pompeo, Simon Parkes says the Secretary of State’s stinging criticisms of China and revelations of dark deeds serve more purposes than just keeping the public informed. There are now military teams of the United States in place all around the globe. They are ready at a moment’s notice to strike at enemies of the United States and those domestic forces who have engaged in treason, terrorism and other crimes.
How do you get all these teams synchronized so they strike at the same time. You use Pompeo’s Tweets as comms, falling every half hour, every 10 minutes, every minute, in order and in sequence. So the covert teams in place can not only synchronize their watches, but also have fixed times when they un-open their written instructions and learn what tasks they have been assigned, in what sequences, in what order. So this is a way to get the teams operating in unison and performing tasks that have been kept secret and covert, so as not to alert the criminals.
The first operations, most likely, will be covert. But as we get close to January 20 when a new term is scheduled to begin, we can expect bigger operations that will be done in public, out in the open, although perhaps still with the mass media shut down.
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