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War Without Rules - China's Playbook for Global Domination by Robert Spalding (2022) πŸ“šπŸŽ§

Published on 12 Jun 2022 / In Audiobooks

⁣Many Americans are finally waking up to the alarming reality of China's stealth war on the United States and puzzling over how to push back against its insidious infiltration. What few realise is that we have one real advantage in this war: the Chinese Communist Party strategy for total war has been written out in Unrestricted Warfare, the Chinese book, well known there, that has become their new Art of War. In War Without Rules, retired Air Force Brigadier General Rob Spalding takes Americans inside Unrestricted Warfare. He walks readers through the principles of this book, revealing the Chinese belief that there is no sector of life outside the realm of war.

He shows how the CCP itself has promised to use corporate espionage, global pandemics, and trade violations to achieve dominance. Most importantly, he provides insight into how, once Americans are aware of the tactics, we can fight back against CCP's creeping influence.

More than a vital read for those interested in China, War Without Rules is essential reading for anyone - from policymakers and diplomats to businessmen and investors - finally waking up to the stealth war. Knowledge is power, and it's time to arm yourself.

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chopchip2023 6 months ago

Afghanistan is starving: 23 million people are on the edge of famine and one million children could die this winter. Some are barely surviving on nothing but dry flour.

Crimes against humanity under communist regimes occurred throughout the 20th century, including forced deportations, massacres, torture, forced disappearances, extrajudicial killings, terror, ethnic cleansing, enslavement and the deliberate starvation of people i.e. during the Holodomor and the Great Leap Forward.

The history of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is marked by the massive use of violence against the Chinese people as a means of total control.

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β€œSystematic violence and calculated terror [is] designed to instill fear and intimidation into anybody who comes into contact with the Communist Party of China,” said Frank DikΓΆtter, chair professor of humanities at the University of Hong Kong, at a forum held at the Library of Congress in 2015.

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