The U.S. Secretary of Local Security said publicly for the first time that the Communist Party of China is a threat.

Katyusha Farm, Moscow, Russia Wen Qiang

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On December 21, Chad Wolf, acting Secretary of Homeland Security, made a major statement that the CCP regime has become a serious threat to the United States and the world.

Wolf issued a statement: The threat I’m talking about China here refers to the leaders of Beijing, not the Chinese people, who are under oppression and centralized rule of the ChineseCommunist Party. The CCP regards the free and open economy and democratic world order as their political and ideological threat. They want to reshape the world order and build a world in which the CCP decides who wins and who loses. All decisions are aimed at maintaining the regime of the CCP, other than helping the Chinese people. The CCP’s centralized politics, economy, scientific and technological strength, resources, industrial monopoly and lack of vision and dignity, and the people’s fear of persecution from the government, combined with these characteristics, make the CCP regime a serious threat to the United States and the world.

The Communist Party of China has launched a comprehensive attack on our land, people, politics, economy and culture. It is time to recognize these attacks, the essence of the Communist Party of China, and fight back against them.

In addition, as early as October this year, the United States Department of Homeland Security released the “Homeland Security Threat Assessment report”, Wolf has named the CCP is the United States’s longest-term strategic threat.

This is the first time that the Department has published a report assessing homeland security in the United States since its inception in 2003. Among the seven major threats, the CPC is named in three of the seven, namely cyber security, foreign influence and economic security. The report believes that the CCP poses a potential threat to the United States.

This time, Wolff’s speech explicitly mentioned the CCP’s threat to U.S. homeland security. Itis different from national security, which involves international relations and national defense, which is a terrorist attack on the mainland of the United States. The speech means that the CCP has posed a terrorist threat to the security of the United States, which means that the Chinese Communist Party is likely to be recognized as a transnational criminal organization.

Reference link: – Acting Secretary of Homeland Security – The CCP wants to reshape the world in its own image %EF%BC%8C to welcome Hong Kong refugees

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