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China is waging “unrestricted warfare” against the U.S. and we need to wake up to this frightful reality.
I will be speaking at a webinar Tuesday August 31 entitled, “The CCP Threat After Biden’s Afghan Defeat: A Damage Assessment, The Way Forward.” My remarks will focus on the threat of the CCP’s Social Credit System coming to the U.S. under the guise of digital “vaccine passports,” which can be used as tools of mass surveillance and totalitarian control.
Please register for this critically important Webinar here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5406196836491933456
I am scheduled to speak for about 10 minutes at 1:34, but I would encourage you to attend the entire webinar. Here is the list of remarkable presenters and their crucial topics. Thanks to the Committee on the Present Danger: China for hosting this important event.
I hope to see you there!
Introduction and Overview: The CCP’s Unrestricted Warfare against America – Brian Kennedy, Chairman, Committee on the Present Danger: China
China’s Dream – Gordon Chang, Senior Distinguished Fellow, Gatestone Institute
The CCP’s Biowarfare Threat – Col./Dr. Lawrence Sellin PhD, US Army Reserves (Ret.)
The CCP’s Social Credit System Comes to America: Vaccine Passports – Reggie Littlejohn, Founder and President, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
The CCP’s “Old Friends” in the Biden Administration and their Wrecking Operation against America – Charles “Sam” Faddis, former CIA Clandestine Service Officer
The CCP’s Financial Warfare – Roger W. Robinson, Chairman, Prague Security Studies Institute
The Imperial Belt and Road Build-out and the CCP’s Power-Projection Capabilities – Frank Gaffney, Vice Chairman, CPDC
The CCP’s Information Warfare and Influence Operations – Dr. Sasha Gong, former Director, Mandarin Desk, Voice of America
The CCP’s Military Threat – Capt. James Fanell, US Navy (Ret.), former Assistant Director for Intelligence, U.S. Seventh Fleet
Restoring American “Peace Through Strength” – Col. John Mills, US Army (Ret.), former Director of Cybersecurity Policy, Strategy, and International Affairs, Office of the Secretary of Defense