The United States’ strategic policy has been to avoid antagonizing China at any cost. As of now, that cost has been over 22 million lost American jobs, at least $10 trillion dollars in lost American wealth and two decades worth of stolen industrial and military technology. What else does America have to give? This ends on January 20, 2017.
The CCP seems unconcerned that it’s escalating array of abuses risks alienating the nation that is most responsible for its success over the last 16 years. America’s desire to maintain peace at any cost has produced policies that are counterproductive to that peace. China’s conduct has been enabled by government largesse, financed by corporate greed, and sustained by public apathy. This ends on January 20, 2017.
America’s property is taken by force because its leaders are unwilling to resist it. The CCP’s state-sponsored companies shamelessly hold the work of stolen U.S. innovation up as proof of their own technological progress. The Chinese Communist Party makes no effort to conceal this from the U.S. government, which through its policy of appease-ment declares its approval for the ethics that drive the actions of a common criminal. This ends on January 20, 2017.