Patrick Byrne, founder and former CEO of Overstock, said during an interview with Jerome Corsi earlier this week that China is “taking us out from within.” He said China is engaged in a “slow coup.”
“The greatest way to fight a war, in the Chinese way of thinking, is not to have to fight at all. That’s what they’ve done here,” Byrne said.
Byrne studied Chinese history at Beijing Normal University from 1983 to 1984. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Chinese studies from Dartmouth College.
“Though we spend a trillion dollars a year between our military and our intelligence, national security circles, that trillion dollars we have and we’ve built, you know, things that can stop all their planes and their missiles and all kinds of things. But we missed the one they use, which is not a fight at all, not firing a bullet or missile at all, but taking us out from within. And that’s what’s going on,” he said.
“They have eaten our lunch on this,” he said. They are engaged in the “knockout sucker punch” — “assassin’s mace.”
Go to this link to watch the interview:https://app.videosquirrel.app/watch/1845
Clinton operative Marc Alias is the CCP mole number one. A lawya that specializes in redistricting and changing voting laws.
The plandemic is a gift on a silver platter for this comrade kommissar.
It’s already over and you can stick a fork in the republic.
Don’t worry the traitorous fifth column won’t be getting any luxury dacha or increase in rations under the new management.
All the comrades of the collective will enjoy the suffering equally thanks to the CPUSA or demoncrats.
I saw this coming as soon as I read Bill Clinton’s close relationship to the Lippo Group and was (illegally) taking money from China given by his best buddies, Charlie Trie and Johnny Chung, who conveniently disappeared when Congress started looking into the scandal. I also remember Buddhist monks who supposedly have no money because they can’t buy or sell anything, get cash out of the bank or even give or accept charitable donations, giving large donations to Al Gore’s campaign. And it was Bill Clinton who gave China most favored trade status.