With Kim Jong Un’s alarming propensity for popping off missiles and nuclear tests at the drop of a hat, one would think that the U.S. would consider North Korea their greatest Asian threat.
According to one Chinese real estate mogul, however, we are ignoring a huge player in the region that may actively be looking to “decimate” America.
Our tensions with North Korea have only recently come to a head. After dual ICBM launches in July, along with the purported test of a thermonuclear device, Kim Jong Un is an old threat with a newfound accuracy, like a playground bully who just discovered how to sharpen his poking stick. We must certainly be prepared for the worst and hope for the best when it comes to Pyongyang’s intentions, but any major move by the regime would likely be picked up on radar.
China, on the other hand, is a nation with plenty of history pertaining to the U.S., including the holding of an enormous American debt. And, according to at least one prominent Chinese businessman, the Asian superpower’s threats toward the United States are going largely undetected.
“Self-exiled Chinese real-estate mogul Guo Wengui blasted what he called the ‘kleptocracy’ running China, and warned that a wave of Chinese spies are being dispatched to ‘decimate’ the United States – where Guo is currently sheltered.
“’What the U.S. ought to do is take action, instead of just talking to the Chinese kleptocracy,’ Guo said through a translator at an event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
“’They are just a tiny group of Mafia, pure and simple,’ said Guo, who also goes by the name Miles Kwok on social media. ‘I would like all the members of the Chinese Communist Party to wake up and say no to this ruling clique.’
“In his remarks this week, he said he was aware of multiple attempts by the ‘kleptocracy … to weaken the United States, to bring about turmoil in the United States and to … decimate the United States.’
“’These plans pose great threats to the American people and their property,’ Guo said, according to CNBC, adding that those efforts are ‘100 times, or even 1,000 times’ as potentially damaging as the 9/11 terror attacks.”
Guo’s warnings come at a time of great turmoil within the United States itself, as a number of radical leftist factions are pushing for a New Civil War and the spread of their neo-Fascist agenda.
For years, fiscal conservatives have been wary of the amount of American debt that had been bought by the Chinese, worrying that the economic position that the move puts the United States in could come back to haunt us at a vulnerable time. Should Guo be even remotely accurate with his bold predictions, those sounding the alarm of Chinese financial terror over the last decade could be unfortunately vindicated.