We look for patterns in my world and then we make deductions. To do this you need a knowledge of history which is frightening to normal people. Once we linked the dots, and they are always available, the pattern speaks for itself. You can predict the future. There are countless examples in my books where the dots were linked to startling (and decidedly) non-mainstream conclusions. In Intelligence Briefing, I noted that the Chinese Defence Minister, Wei Fenghe, made an official visit to his Russian counterpart, the highly respected Sergey Shoigu. It was just after the UK’s ridiculous Skripal Saga, something that is discussed in detail in GMJ 41, Code Name Mélisse. Wei Fenghe’s visit was not done without reason or in secret. Anyone that has even the most basic understanding of international diplomacy will comprehend that such visits are symbolic of more than just a physical visit, they are clear messages. To make this even more important, this was Fenghe’s first foreign visit as Defence Minister. He chose to go to Russia as a signal of solidarity between the two major BRICS partners. He went further though and spoke very clearly. Washington, London, you better listen:
“I am visiting Russia as the new defence minister of China to show the world the high level of development of our bilateral relations and firm determination of our armed forces to strengthen strategic cooperation. The Chinese side has come to let the Americans know about the close ties between the Russian and Chinese armed forces of China and Russia, especially in this situation (Skripal & the constant NATO sabre rattling). We’ve come to support you...”
I found the above and below so serious as dots that I repeat them in many books. I stated flatly, speaking of the US Empire’s military interventions, highly illegal under international law: Your bluster is already called... “In the West you have the notion that if somebody hits you on the left cheek, you turn the other cheek. In our culture we punch back...” Chinese President Xi Jinping. He was talking about Donald J Trump’s trade war but he meant more than that. Later, on 29 October 2018, to his top military commanders... “Prepare for war.”
Historically, “Don't say we didn't warn you!” was what Chairman Mao in 1949 said to Nationalist Forces opposing him. As we know, they surrendered soon after, with some fleeing to what is today Taiwan. Therefore, this phrase is of crucial importance. For all intents and purposes it is a signal of intent to start a war. It was also used in 1962 just before India was humiliated in a clash taking place in the Himalayan border region. When China attacked and defeated Vietnam in 1979, it was a very short conflict, they went in and got out again, mission accomplished, the very same warning was issued. Do you see how the dots become a pattern?
Now, twice in the last six months, a senior Chinese Foreign Affairs official uttered the same words: “Don't say we didn't warn you!” The first time was with Donald J Trump’s silly trade war against China which the US taxpayer is footing. The second time was today to tell the US to keep out of Hong Kong. To stop trying to create another colour revolution as happened in Ukraine, 2014. The Chinese will react violently. They had enough.
I will leave you with a warning, also in every GMJ Book: “Do you know what Field Marshal Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein said? ‘Rule 1, on page 1 of the book of war, is: ‘Do not march on Moscow’. Various people have tried it, Napoleon and Hitler, and it is no good. That is the first rule. I do not know whether your Lordships will know Rule 2 of war. It is: ‘Do not go fighting with your land armies in China.’ It is a vast country, with no clearly defined objectives.’”
Don’t say that you were not warned!