Xi Thinks 'China Has the Mandate of Heaven to Rule the Entire World'
"Xi Jinping has been talking increasingly about this tien seeyan notion, the notion that China has the mandate of heaven to rule the entire world, they not only have the right to do it, they have the obligation to do it," Chang explained.
"Decoupling is a good idea. China is configuring its military to kill Americans and we shouldn't be enriching a hostile Chinese regime with our trade and our investments, decoupling is what we must do," Chang said.
President Trump also said the US will hold China responsible for the devastation caused by the coronavirus to the American people and the economy....
Kingdoms of this Earth rise and fall. It's been this way since people groups started growing stronger than their neighbors after the Tower of Babel incident.
How Xi or his advisors came to the conclusion that "Heaven" had given China a mandate, a regime that allows no worship of anything but itself, is a bit confusing to me. Hitler and the Soviets probably felt they had a similar "mandate" and failed.
There is something from "Heaven" going on in China now and it has to do with the ongoing growth of the Christian Church. Xi may instead find that instead of China ruling all under Heaven, "Heaven" rules in China.
Of course, "Heaven" already rules and overrules China. The Earth and all that are on, over,and in it are the Lord's.
It seems to me that C19 and the end of the world are synonymous. If China believes they are under an obligation to take over the world, then we can expect them any time to make the attempt. It will be a futile attempt, but it will involve great tribulation.
Now, George, also thinks that China is going to be a big problem oh, he just thinks that there's going to be another President to handle it.
George F. Will wrote: .... The U.S. policy of â€śstrategic ambiguityâ€ť regarding Taiwan has become untenable, as has Joe Bidenâ€™s 2001 stance. President George W. Bush, asked that year whether the country has an obligation to defend Taiwan against an attack by China, said: â€śYes, we do, and the Chinese must understand that.â€ť Bush was asked, â€śWith the full force of the American military?â€ť He answered: â€śWhatever it took.â€ť Bushâ€™s national security adviser, Condoleezza Rice, said â€śthe Taiwan Relations Act makes very clear that the U.S. has an obligation that Taiwanâ€™s peaceful way of life is not upset by force.â€ť...
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