- The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is betting on the Middle East to distract the U.S. for CCP’s survival and ultimately to achieve its global hegemony.
- The CCP has been planting the seeds for decades in the Middle East, and it starts to openly challenge the West by joining the “Axis of Evil” through its naval drill with Iran and Russia.
- The recent US military attacks in Iraq mark the beginning of an inevitable proxy war in the Middle East when the US destroyed Chinese weapons and armies deployed to the region and killed Iran’s top security and intelligence commander, Gen. Qassem Soleimani backed by the CCP.
There is no secret that the Chinese Communist Party celebrated the 911 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center because they see it as a turning point to weaken the US while giving rise to China’s global influence.
Strategically, any military conflicts in the Middle East will keep the U.S. preoccupied to give more breathing room to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Posed as a peacemaker, the CCP is using the Middle East to challenge the existing global order and establish a bipolar world.
The CCP is hoping for another 911-like event for it to emerge as a global hegemon to rival and, perhaps in time, surpass the United States. So creating unrest in the Middle East has always been part of CCP’s long term goal. The recent incidents show its intensified maneuvers in the region as the CCP realize that their days are numbered. The Middle East is not only critical for the CCP’s world dominance but also its survival of a collapsing economy.
The escalating tensions in the Middle East have been caused by the “black hands” of the CCP:
China has been selling weapons to the Middle East including military drones to tip the balance and threaten the peace in that region. A series of attacks were orchestrated by the CCP through its proxies to provoke the U.S.:
- On April 8, 2019, the U.S. declared Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps a foreign terrorist organization.
- On Jun 20, 2019, Iranian shot down an American drone.
- On Sept 14th, 18 drones and seven cruise missiles hit a major oil field and processing facility in Saudi Arabia, which blamed Iran for the attack.
- The United States has blamed Iran for a series of attacks on ships in the Gulf of Oman in 2019, which it denies.
- On Dec 27, China participated in an unprecedented joint naval drill with Iran and Russian in the Indian Ocean and Gulf of Oman.
- On Dec. 27, A U.S. civilian contractor was killed and several troops injured in a 30-plus rocket attack on an Iraqi military base in Kirkuk. Iraq operates the base but houses American and foreign contractors who train Iraqi security personnel. The United States blames the Iran-backed Shiite Muslim militia Kataeb Hezbollah for targeting U.S. bases and interests in Iraq over the last couple months.
- On Dec 29, the U.S. military bombed Iranian bases in Iraq and Syria killing 80 people including Major General Abu Ali Hazari, commander of the 45th Brigade of the Iranian Armed Forces and a key member of General Suleimani, commander of the special forces of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard’s covert operation in Iraq.
- On Dec 30, the Iraqi Foreign Ministry announced that it will summon the US ambassador in Baghdad over attack on Hashd Shaabi bases.
- On Dec 31, the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad was besieged by supporters of an Iranian-backed militia on Tuesday in retaliation for U.S. airstrikes.
- On Jan 3, the U.S. killed Iran’s top security and intelligence commander, Gen. Qassem Soleimani, who had directed violent anti-U.S. campaigns for more than 15 years, according to a statement issued by the U.S. Department of Defence.
- On Jan 3, the U.S. Embassy urges American citizens to leave Iraq due to heightened tensions in Iraq and the region.
- On Jan 4, the U.S. airstrikes targeted Iraqi militia killing six.
According to Miles Guo’s live broadcast on Dec 30th, China’s joint naval drill with Iran and Russian on Dec 27 marks the CCP’s formal abandonment of all peace promises made in the past.
In 1974, the then Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping denied any possibility of the CCP’s dominance seeking when he addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York. The Chinese defense “white paper” often claims: “China will never seek hegemony or engage in military expansion now or in the future, no matter how developed it becomes.”
The significance of CCP’s joint naval drill with Iran and Russia is that it has violated and abandoned all the CCP’s basic principles including those outlined in China-US Shanghai Communiqué:
- Never challenge the U.S.
- Never station troops abroad
- Never participate in joint military drills abroad
- Never form coalitions with other nations
Miles Guo reveals CCP’s meddling in the Middle East:
Bank of Kunlun is the major source of funding for Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The bank was created for the sole purpose of money laundering between Iran and the Chinese kleptocrats like Wang Qishan, Meng Jianshu, Jiang Zeming, and Zhou Yongkang to violate the U.S. sanctions imposed on Iran. Ninety-five percent of the bank’s business covers oil-purchase transactions from Iran by the families of the Chinese kleptocrats as well as oil-for-weapon deals settled in Chinese currency yuan.
The CCP’s joint naval drill with Iran and Russia takes the CCP one step closer to its demise. The “axis of evil” comprised of the CCP, Russia, Iran, North Korea, and Turkey is a great threat to the democratic world, so the U.S. military attack on Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and Syria is inevitable. Syria imports most of its crude oil from Iran and weapons from Russia. The mistakes made by the previous U.S. administrations in its Middle East policy enabled Syria to grow and Russia to return to the region and subsequently give chances for Syria, Iran, Qatar, Turkey, and North Korea to form alliances to challenge the U.S.
Miles Guo reminded the public of his forewarns made in 2017 about ship explosions and surprise attacks on the U.S. warships at the Strait of Hormuz. They all became true in the past two years. He said that they were not predictions but intelligence gatherings from China, Russia, and Iran to show that these evil countries would challenge the West, combined with China’s one-belt-one-road initiatives and 2025-plan, 2035-plan, etc. The CCP is doing these to achieve one goal: 3F the U.S., which was brought up at the end of Miles Guo’s press conference in 2017 at the National Press Club:
- Weaken the U.S.
- Trouble the U.S.
- Kill the U.S.
Miles Guo is a Chinese dissident who is uniting all anti-CCP forces around the world through his 3-year-campaign called “Expose Revolution”.