Steve Quayle & Dave Hodges Tonight on The Hagmann & Hagmann Report
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“In the practical art of war, the best thing of all is to take the enemy’s country whole and intact; to shatter and destroy it is not so good.” Sun Tzu, The Art of War
Monday, 21 April 2014: People who maintain a death grip on their normalcy bias will be the first to contend that it cannot happen here, to the United States, that we cannot be taken over. They’ll say that we’re too strong of a military power, and that it would take too many foreign troops to take over and occupy our land. Furthermore, many military analysts and media correspondents will assert that China and even Russia are not be able to present a full scale military threat to the U.S. at this very moment, but in reality, they don’t need to. Those who have read The Art of War, written over two thousand years ago by Sun Tzu, the Chinese sage of warfare, understand that the Chinese are masters at waging asymmetrical war against an opponent. They understand that the sole reason that the Chinese ruling party exists is to force the world, including the U.S., into world socialism. They understand asymmetrical warfare. For the last decade, Steve Quayle has been attempting to alert anyone who would listen that the United States is being set up for foreign takeover. In a recent column, Dave Hodges wrote about a threat to the U.S. titles The Coming Chinese EMP Attack on America, where he cited sources within the Chinese government rattling their sabers, suggesting methods of asymmetrical war. Following the adage of Sun Tzu, “[I]n the practical art of war, the best thing of all is to take the enemy’s country whole and intact; to shatter and destroy it is not so good,” it would appear that rather than destroying our country and its resources, taking it whole is indeed preferred.
Consider now the battle between the Bureau of Land Management and Cliven Bundy, the last rancher standing against a large land grab by the federal government. Do you really believe that this is over cattle grazing rights or even more ludicrous, some endangered desert tortoise? Of course not. The lie behind the action is much bigger than anyone appears willing to admit.
Who reading this remembers Chinagate? You know, that treasonous act of providing China with missile technology by globalist William Jefferson Clinton during his presidency in 1996-97. Before the transfer of technology to China, they could not shoot a missile straight. Today, thanks to a few million dollars in campaign contributions to the Clinton coffers from the Chinese and the static that the Monica Lewinsky scandal provided over the real criminal actions, Chinese missiles now have the accuracy of America’s.
More importantly, however, it’s not Chinese missiles that present the greatest threat to the U.S. Rather, it’s the normal operating procedure of our political elite that poses the greatest danger - the same operating procedure that all of America saw in the standoff at the Bundy Ranch. It’s the backroom dealings of the political elite who engage in graft, bribery, extortion, corruption and cover-up that is setting us up to be conquered. We have been and continue to be betrayed and compromised by enemies within our borders. We have been and are being betrayed by a ruling, treasonous elite hell bent on creating a one world ruling class served by a thinned populatioon of slave labor, who will be us. Remember, the sole reason that the Chinese party exists is to institute world socialism. They are integral to the creation of this one world system of global governance and the take down of the United States.
You need no believe me, or even Steve Quayle or Dave Hodges, for that matter. Simply read what Col. Qiao Liang and Col. Wang Xiangsui wrote in Unrestricted Warfare: China’s Master Plan to Destroy America:
For a long time both military people and politicians have become accustomed to employing a certain mode of thinking, that is, the major factor posing a threat to national security is the military power of an enemy state or potential enemy state. However, the wars and major incidents which have occurred during the last ten years of the 20th century have provided to us in a calm and composed fashion proof that the opposite is true: military threats are already often no longer the major factors affecting national security. Even though they are the same ancient territorial disputes, nationality conflicts, religious clashes, and the delineation of spheres of power in human history, and are still the several major agents of people waging wars from opposite directions, these traditional factors are increasingly becoming more intertwined with grabbing resources, contending for markets, controlling capital, trade sanctions, and other economic factors, to the extent that they are even becoming secondary to these factors. They comprise a new pattern which threatens the political, economic and military security of a nation or nations. This pattern does not have the slightest military hue viewed from the outside, and thus have been called by certain observers “secondary wars” or “analogous wars.”  [emphasis added].
Anyone who has read Unrestricted Warfare: China’s Master Plan to Destroy America and The Art of War by Sun Tzu better understand the threats from China to the United States as outlined by Steve Quayle and Dave Hodges.
Tonight, listen to these two men as they discuss the action plans in this asymmetrical war against the citizens of the United States, just how ominous the threat is, and their perspective on events that loom on the horizon.
Unrestricted Warfare: China’s Master Plan to Destroy America; Col. Qiao Liang and Col. Wang Xiangsui (c) 2002 Pan American Publishing Company, Panama City, Panama P. 95
Steve Quayle: www.SteveQuayle.com
Dave Hodges: The Common Sense Show