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Dec 2020

December 26, 2020 - World Crisis Radio

December 26, 2020

Pandemic Benefits Run Out December 26 for Tens of Millions as Trump Refuses to Sign $908 Billion Emergency Bill Merged with $1.4 Trillion Budget Appropriations Bill; Pentagon Funding Still Blocked; Congress Must Override NDAA Veto on Monday to Prevent Chaos in Armed Forces; If Trump Sabotage Continues, He Must Be Removed from Office;

UK Stops Short of No-Deal Brexit Abyss through Small Concessions to European Union; Outcome Must Be Seen as Defeat for BoJo’s Long-Held Preference for Chaotic Outcome; EU Must Now Beware British Attempts to Pull Apart 27-Nation Bloc;

November 1950 Marks 70th Anniversary of Unprovoked and Dastardly Attack by 400,000 Troops from Chairman Mao’s Chinese Communist People’s Liberation Army, backed by Stalin, on Gen. Douglas MacArthur’s United Nations Forces in Korea; With His September 1950 Inchon Landing, MacArthur Had Destroyed the North Korean Army Sent into South Korea by Dictator Kim il Sung; Inchon Still Stands as Last Clear US Military Victory Against an Equally Formidable Enemy;

Truman’s Foreign Policy Was Controlled by an Anglophile Appeasement Clique Composed of Harriman, Acheson, Rusk, Marshall, and Bradley, Who Stubbornly Refused to Respond to Reality of Wider War and Set Up Absurd and Artificial Barriers to US Countermeasures Along and Across the Yalu River Border; As US Special Envoy for China, Marshall Had Ordered the July 1946 to May 1947 Embargo on US Weapons Going to Nationalist Leader Chiang Kai-Shek, while Mao Kept Getting Arms from USSR; This Embargo Guaranteed Mao’s 1949 Victory, with Huge Implications down to Today;

MacArthur’s Difficulties Were Multiplied by Operations of UK Cambridge Spy Ring of Philby, MacLean, Burgess, and Blunt Alerting Moscow and Beijing to US Secret Plans; This Was Classical British Balancing Between US and USSR; 

The Xi Regime Claims to be Confucian, but This is Spurious; Xi’s Actions Reveal Him (like Mao) as a Legalist Practitioner of Oriental Despotism in the Tradition of the First Emperor Chin Shi Huang (247-210 BC), Who Consolidated the Great Wall and Grand Canal, While Burning Books and Burying Opposition Scholars Alive