Chinese Communism Survivor Warns Of ‘The Woke Revolution Aiming To Undo America’

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America is facing multipronged concerns about our dependence on and alliances with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Their threats to smash American sovereignty have become much bolder and escalated over years of covert infiltration and usurpations.

What began long ago, in the era of President Richard Nixon, as a charity to help the third-world nation be better trading partners has turned into a threat to end American independence and freedom. President Joe Biden appears to be highly compromised by them.

Just as President Donald J. Trump warned, China is being viewed as not only an economic threat but a military threat as well, and most people want to avoid war.

Unfortunately, Biden seems to be quickly walking the nation right into a massive conflict, where it appears China will actually have the upper hand over the country.

So as the influence of a Communist controlling mindset really takes hold on American civil servants in both parties, who see profits for themselves above the freedom of American citizens, what is needed is people who have experience fleeing the horrors of Communism to speak out and warn naive American people.

For America to survive the conflicts we are now embroiled in, the Chinese people, who value their freedom, need to explain to the American people what the CCP is really capable of doing to people.

Luckily, one outspoken anti-communism activist Xi Van Fleet is risking his own safety to expose the dark origins of American Communist ideology and it has made news headlines.

On Tuesday, Fleet gave New York Times sweetie Nikole Hannah-Jones, a lesson on what some readers identified as  “the Woke Revolution aiming to undo America” during a recent lengthy Twitter exchange.

Here is how it started:

Van Fleet took exception to a tweet by The 1619 Project founder attacking “American exceptionalism,” and then a heated debate ensued, as reported by the Daily Insider.

“I appreciate EVERYONE who participated in the debate yesterday about American Exceptionalism, natural rights, slavery, and the 1619 Project. The author should be challenged by us since the mainstream media no longer does its job,” Fleet posted:

From the Daily insider:

Fleet took exception to the nation he calls ‘home’ being labeled as ‘racist’ by the socially just warrior who invited a method of teaching American children to hate the United States of America and to feel marginalized and loathsome about their futures.

The teaching methods that Jones and her allies push are as close to child abuse as anything else that debases the pride children have in themselves, their families, their homes, and their nation.

The Daily Insider report went on with more details about Jones, explaining that The 1619 Project won a Pulitzer as it “aims to reframe the country’s history by placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans at the very center of the United States’ national narrative.”

The New York Times project explores the legacy of Black Americans, starting with enslaved Africans who landed in Virginia in 1619.

Whether those were America’s first African slaves is disputed but yet was cemented into history by President Barack Obama. Even Smithsonian Magazine penned ‘The Misguided Focus on 1619 as the Beginning of Slavery in the U.S. Damages Our Understanding of American History.’

Notably, Hannah-Jones’ journalism project bears a similar name to a local history effort by Calvin Pearson called Project 1619.

In her tweet that drew Van Fleet’s attention, Hannah-Jones bemoans that Black history is under attack because “our very presence on these lands is the greatest rebuke to the narrative of American exceptionalism.”

“Yourself and I, an immigrant from China with 200 borrowed dollars in my pocket when I arrived more than 30 yrs ago, are the proof of American Exceptionalism,” Van Fleet counters.

Xi Van Fleet Predicted Rise of the “Social Justice Warrior”

You might remember Van Fleet as the brave mom, a survivor of communist China under Mao Zedong, who warned a Virginia school board of the parallels she noticed between critical race theory and social conditioning within schools during China’s Cultural Revolution from 1966-1976 which left millions dead.

Van Fleet was just 6 when the revolution started pitting citizens against one another, young and old, and where critics were branded “impure” and eventually silenced.

It’s ironic now that Hannah-Jones would be sparring with the Chinese immigrant mother who spotlighted the dangers of turning America’s children into “social justice warriors”.

“You are now teaching, training our children to be social justice warriors and to loathe our country and our history,” said Van Fleet to the Loudoun County school board in 2021.

Jones responded:

Their report went on with more details:

The communism survivor isn’t an academic who has read about history or the experiences of others in books.

Van Fleet lived through China’s Cultural Revolution. She has LIVED the alternative and came to America for a better life. A way of life that she now holds dear and staunchly defends.

“Mine is not a “vision”. Mine is “lived experience” under the enslavement of Communism, freedom in America, and the current Woke Revolution aiming to undo America,” Van Fleet declares.

Van Fleet then ends on a final pointed note to Hannah-Jones, “Black Americans are enslaved no more thanks to the persevering principles and humanity of this country.”

Mic drop.

“I just want Americans to know that their privilege is to be here living in America, that is just the biggest privilege,” said Van Fleet.


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