U.S. anti-Communist shift from defense to offense, epidemic recovery is key

After contacting its Indo-Pacific allies and European allies to roughly form an anti-communist alliance on the East and West fronts, the U.S. has confirmed with Russia to avoid confrontation and is also trying to divide North Korea and the Chinese Communist Party. In the face of frequent provocations and confrontations by the CCP, the U.S. has basically formed a defensive formation and recently started to release signals of turning defense into offense. The pursuit of blame for the epidemic against the CCP is undoubtedly one of the best breakthroughs available to the US, and should be a key counter-attack strategy.

In the blink of an eye, the new U.S. administration has been in office for almost half a year, and the strategic patience of a comprehensive assessment of China policy should not be endless. In the face of the repeated aggressive efforts of the Chinese Communist Party, the new U.S. government’s defensive, even unconscious, dodging approach does not seem to work, and not only will the opposition Republican Party sharply criticize it, but most public opinion and public opinion are also lopsided. Former President Trump said directly that the Chinese Communist Party did not dare to be so rampant when he was in office. If the Biden administration wants to prove that it is better than the Trump administration, it must come up with a way to subdue the top echelon of the CCP, or at least force the CCP to restrain itself, and naturally the U.S. cannot achieve its goal by defense alone, and an effective counterattack is essential.

The U.S. must take the lead in countering the Chinese Communist Party in order to continue leading the world

In the past six months, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been unrestrained and unrestrained against the Biden administration, basically by exerting strong pressure, whether it is a military confrontation, a political contest, or a major foreign propaganda effort, to force the U.S. to recognize that it is on an equal footing with the CCP. Not only has the CCP repeatedly drawn red lines against the United States, it has also repeatedly failed to recognize the international leadership of the United States, not to mention the international rules set by the United States and the West. In contrast, the new U.S. administration had shown itself to be moving between cooperation, competition, and confrontation with the CCP.

The statements of the G7, NATO and U.S.-European summits, including the quadripartite talks between the U.S., Japan, India and Australia and the U.S.-Japan summit, have set the framework for confronting the CCP, but in this framework, only the U.S. has the full strength to confront the CCP head-on, and only if the U.S. is constantly at the forefront can other Only when the U.S. is at the forefront will other allies be able to follow its lead. In the next step, the U.S. needs to demonstrate effective strategies and means to counter the CCP in order to drive the anti-communist alliance to operate in the established direction.

In an interview with the U.S. media before his meeting with Biden, Putin said directly that “there is already a confrontation – of some kind – with China [the CCP]. Everyone understands that. We can see it.”

The Chinese Communist Party, claiming to be the world’s second largest economy, has openly challenged the United States, the world’s number one power, and the world has seen it, and most countries are watching how the United States responds.

The Biden administration should also realize that it needs to pacify the top echelon of the CCP as soon as possible in order to truly continue the U.S. leadership in the world. If the Chinese Communist Party is allowed to continue to provoke and fight for hegemony, the U.S. can only passively defend itself, which is tantamount to giving up its position as the world’s hegemon, how can it still lead its allies and win more countries that are watching?

The U.S. counterattack is the only way to subdue the top of the Communist Party of China

The most desired ending for the U.S. is, of course, for the CCP regime to disintegrate from within, as it did in the former Soviet Union and the Communist Party of Eastern Europe, which would undoubtedly be the least costly victory. The U.S. government and intelligence services certainly know that the current CCP top brass is relatively more vulnerable to real power than his predecessors, and that the intense infighting leading up to the 20th Communist Party Congress should be a great opportunity to subvert the CCP regime. Whether a senior CCP official defected on his own initiative or the CIA carried out a counter-attack from within the CCP, the U.S. government should not sit back and wait for changes within the CCP, but rather needs to apply different pressures from the outside to catalyze the internal strife within the CCP and guide positive changes to emerge.

The U.S. and its allies have initially formed an external encirclement against the CCP, but it is still generally a defensive circle, and has not yet assumed the stance of jointly launching a general attack, much less the effect of attacking on all sides. Although the top echelons of the CCP have felt great external pressure and deterrence, they do not feel that an external doom is imminent; although they also have to face internal doubts, they still think they can maintain it with high-handed surveillance. As a result, the CCP has only occasionally slowed its tone externally, or temporarily treated the U.S. and other allies differently, but in essence has intensified its provocations against Taiwan and its woes against Hong Kong, and has even fussed on issuing so-called anti-foreign sanctions laws.

The U.S. and other Western countries should not be unprepared for the CCP’s reaction, but it is the U.S. that really has the strength to take real action against the CCP, and it is only the U.S. that the CCP’s top management really cares about. If the U.S. does not offer a strong countermeasure, the top brass of the CCP will not back down, or at least will not easily admit defeat in the face of a difficult situation, and the internal disintegration of the CCP that the U.S. is waiting for may not happen soon. The U.S. has no other choice but to counterattack as soon as possible and exert more external pressure on the CCP, and accountability for the epidemic is certainly the best breakthrough at this point.

The U.S. Needs a Comprehensive Plan for Epidemic Recovery

On June 20, U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan publicly stated, “We’re not going to simply take no for an answer from China” and “We’re not going to issue threats or ultimatums at this point. What we will do is continue to gain support in the international community, and if the fact is that China (CCP) refuses to meet its international obligations, we will have to consider our response at that time.”

Sullivan does not say such things lightly, which is tantamount to suggesting that the U.S. government actually considered the ultimatum option in response to the epidemic’s recourse, and that the exact action will be based on the timing. It should have become clear to the new U.S. administration that verbal warnings and pressure alone would not bring the top brass of the Communist Party to its knees. Sure enough, at the June 21 press conference of the CCP Foreign Ministry, spokesman Zhao Lijian’s response remained strong and continued to dump on the United States.

On June 21, House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) unveiled an eight-pillar plan to “Hold China Accountable,” and Republican Rep. Greg Murphy (R-Calif.) directly echoed the sentiment, saying, “China (the Communist Party of China) will not be held accountable. Republican Congressman Greg Murphy (R-PA) echoed that “China [the CCP] must be held accountable for the deaths of millions of people around the world.

The U.S. does need a comprehensive accountability plan to launch an effective counterattack against the Chinese Communist regime. The U.S. does have the ability to issue ultimatums, but must prepare strong leverage and countermeasures in advance.

Whether the virus originated in nature or in a laboratory, the CCP’s concealment of the outbreak is irrefutable and the basis for accountability is quite strong. The CCP’s concealment of the epidemic and deliberate spread of the virus is the most vicious and insidious form of biological warfare launched against the United States and the world, and is the direct cause of the overall deterioration of Sino-US relations. The Chinese Communist Party’s ruse to use the epidemic to seek hegemony and bring down the United States and the West has not stopped so far, and it is urgent for the United States to turn defense into offense, which is both a responsibility given to the U.S. government by the American people and an expectation of the world’s number one power by all countries.

The blame for the epidemic will be able to trigger further chaos within the Chinese Communist Party, the disintegration of the Communist Party will not be far away, and the Chinese people will also receive the greatest gospel.