Jin Canrong, a professor and associate dean of the School of International Studies at Beijing’s Renmin University of China, in a July 2016 speech on “Sino-U.S. Strategic Philosophy” explained what China would have to do to replace the United States as the world’s only super p0ower.
Canrong is known for his very anti-American rhetoric, almost as bad as that coming from the DNC.
Canrong says China needs to tear down the US while building itself up.
His plans include a wide array of actions they can take to bring the US down including interfering in U.S. elections, controlling the American market, cultivating global enemies to challenge the United States, stealing American technology, expanding Chinese territory, and influencing international organizations.
Canrong suggests that China could side with those who hate the United States.
Dubbed “teacher of the state” by Chinese netizens, is a prominent scholar in China who is known for his fiery rhetoric aimed at our country. He is an advisor to two powerful bodies of the CCP, the Organization Department, and the United Front Work Department.
It is not known just how close to Xi he is but considering his powerful connections it would come as no surprise that the two are very close.
One of the first steps Canrong laid out is getting involved in US elections to get China-friendly politicians elected to office. (Like they did in 2020?) He suggests that China use their companies in the United States to urge employees to vote for the company’s preferred candidates.
“The voting rate in the United States is about 30 percent, which means around 200,000 residents in each congressional district vote for the representative in that district. Normally the difference of votes between two candidates is 10,000 or less. If China has thousands of votes on hand, China will be the boss of the candidates.”
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“The best scenario is China can buy the United States, and change the U.S. House of Representatives into the second Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress.”
Jin says that China should try to control US markets:
“The investment opportunities in the United States are relatively good,” he said. “The U.S. market is open—more open than the Japanese and European ones.”