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Once upon a time America and Americans condemned Communism and instead exported our values of democracy and freedom throughout the world. In March of 1983 Ronald Reagan condemned the Communist Soviet Union.
Reagan said “let us pray for the salvation of all of those who live in that totalitarian darkness – pray they will discover the joy of knowing God. But until they do, let us be aware that while they preach the supremacy of the State, declare its omnipotence over individual man, and predict its eventual domination of all peoples on the earth, they are the focus of evil in the modern world.”
While the Soviet Union was the focus of evil in 1983, it is the Communist Chinese who are the focus of evil nearly 40 years later. They have supplanted the Soviet Union as America’s greatest adversary. But while communism remains the same, America and Americans have apparently changed. We no longer export and advocate for the uniquely American values of democracy and freedom, but import the dangerous, deadly, and inhumane philosophy of Communism, which we once condemned.
As many of you have doubtless read, the actor and former wrestler John Cena recently issued an apology to the communist Chinese government — in Mandarin — for making a casual reference to Taiwan as a country, while promoting his newest film. It was more than an apology, however. It was emasculating; an embarrassing display of an American slobbering on his knees at the feet of an enemy Nation.
John Cena has made a career and millions of dollars from pretending to be a tough guy — in the past as a professional wrestler and now as an actor. But Cena’s tough-guy persona is just that — an act, a facade. Beneath Cena’s chiseled frame is a coward and sell-out. There’s no correlation between a rigorous workout routine, protein shakes, and manhood. Cena’s recent effusive apology to the communist Chinese government proves it.
“I have to say something very, very, very important now,” John Cena said in Mandarin. “I love and respect China and Chinese people. I’m very, very sorry about my mistake. I apologize, I apologize, I’m very sorry. You must understand that I really, really respect China and the Chinese people. My apologies.” Really? John Cena really, really respects China?
Taiwan has been governed independently of China since 1949. But the communist Chinese and President Xi Jinping have repeatedly vowed to seize Taiwan by force if necessary.
In China, as of 2018, “between five hundred thousand and a million [Muslims] are or have been detained in re-education camps in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.”
A Chinese Christian writing under the pseudonym Li Yuese “detailed the conditions of his detention in a ‘transformation facility’ where he was held for 10 months after the CCP raided his house church” in 2018. “After you’ve been in there a week,” Li said, “death starts to look better than staying there.”
The Chinese citizen has neither the right to practice religion freely, nor the right to free speech. Open criticism of the communist Government is forbidden. Even Chinese billionaires like Jack Ma, the co-founder of Alibaba, are at the mercy of the CCP. Jack Ma went missing in November of 2020 after criticizing the Chinese financial system. He resurfaced on January 20, 2021 “in the form of a short video address for a charity event.”
Despite all this, John Cena bent the knee to China and both repeatedly apologized for calling Taiwan a country and expressed his admiration and respect for Communists. While John Cena proved that he is nothing more than China’s ‘female dog’ — so to speak — this incident should serve as a disturbing wake up call for every American. The John Cena apology is just the latest example of the CCP’s influence over Americans.
Back in 2019, Daryl Morey, the GM of the Houston Rockets expressed support of Hong Kong, tweeting an image with the slogan, “fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong.”
Morey quickly deleted the tweet and issued an apology, saying “I have always appreciated the significant support our Chinese fans and sponsors…I would hope that those who are upset will know that offending or misunderstanding them was not my intention.” Morey, the Houston Rockets and the NBA are also the CCP’s ‘female dogs’ — so to speak.
While the quick and cowardly submission of John Cena, Daryl Morey, and the NBA to the communist Chinese in the abstract may seem of little consequence, it ought to be fearful for every American because the tentacles of the CCP extend well beyond the private sector.
An email from Hunter Biden’s business partner — the infamous 10 percent for the Big Guy — from 2017 confirmed that Joe Biden received payments from business deals with the Communist Chinese.
Eric Swalwell slept with a confirmed Chinese spy.
Diane Feinstein had a Chinese spy on her staff for 20 years — her driver.
If the Communist Chinese can force John Cena and the NBA into submission, they can just as easily force our compromised American politicians into submission. They have and are. America is China’s ‘female dog.’ The present administration’s efforts to put America Last and China First are at the behest of the CCP. American politicians have sold America out just as John Cena has.
I spoke about this at length on my podcast.
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