Concerns regarding America’s reliance on and relationships with the Chinese Communist Party are multifaceted (CCP). After years of clandestine infiltration and usurpations, their threats to destroy American sovereignty have grown much more brazen.
What began decades ago, under the presidency of Richard Nixon, as a charity to help third-world nations become better trade partners has evolved into a menace to the independence and sovereignty of the United States. President Joe Biden looks to be gravely tainted by these individuals.
China is considered not only as an economic danger, but also as a military threat, as President Donald J. Trump warned, and most Americans wish to avoid conflict.
Regrettably, it looks like President Biden is rapidly leading the nation towards a huge confrontation in which China will have the upper hand.
Those who have fled the horrors of Communism must speak out and warn innocent Americans as the influence of a Communist controlling mindset gains traction among American government employees of both parties, who value profits for themselves over the freedom of American citizens.
For the United States to survive the current battles, the Chinese people, who respect their freedom, must communicate to the American people what the CCP is truly capable of doing to individuals.
Fortunately, one vocal anti-communist activist, Xi Van Fleet, is risking his personal life to reveal the shady origins of American Communist doctrine, and this has made headlines.
During a lengthy Twitter exchange on Tuesday, Fleet instructed Nikole Hannah-Jones, a reporter for the New York Times, on what some readers have referred to as “the Woke Revolution aiming to undo America.”
Here is how it began:
As reported by Daily Insider, Van Fleet took exception to a tweet from The 1619 Project’s creator that attacked “American exceptionalism,” and a heated dispute began.
“I appreciate EVERYONE who participated in the debate yesterday about American Exceptionalism, natural rights, slavery, and the 1619 Project. The author should be challenged by us since the mainstream media no longer does its job,” Fleet posted:
I appreciate EVERYONE who participated in the debate yesterday about American Exceptionalism, natural rights, slavery, and the 1619 Project. The author should be challenged by us since the mainstream media no longer does its job. @ConceptualJames https://t.co/t9SDv2wbPj
— Xi Van Fleet (@XVanFleet) February 27, 2023
From the Daily insider:
Fleet took exception to the nation he calls ‘home’ being labeled as ‘racist’ by the socially just warrior who invited a method of teaching American children to hate the United States of America and to feel marginalized and loathsome about their futures.
The teaching methods that Jones and her allies push are as close to child abuse as anything else that debases the pride children have in themselves, their families, their homes, and their nation.
The Daily Insider article provided additional information about Jones, explaining that The 1619 Project won a Pulitzer because it “seeks to reframe the country’s history by placing the effects of slavery and the contributions of African Americans at the center of the United States’ national narrative.”
Beginning with enslaved Africans who arrived in Virginia in 1619, the New York Times study examines the heritage of Black Americans.
Whether or not they were America’s first African slaves is debatable, but President Barack Obama still sealed their place in history. Even Smithsonian Magazine wrote, ‘The Misguided Focus on 1619 as the Beginning of Slavery in the U.S. Damages Our Understanding of American History.’
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Notably, Hannah-Jones’ journalism project bears a similar name to a local history effort by Calvin Pearson called Project 1619. CONTINUE READING…