A top general with the Communist dictatorship ruling mainland China, who became infamous in 2005 for threatening to use nuclear weapons to destroy hundreds of U.S. cities, is arriving in Washington, D.C., this week as part of a “military exchange program” between the Obama administration and the mass-murdering Chinese regime. The explosive revelations, first exposed Monday by the Washington Free Beacon, sparked an instant public outcry, with critics slamming the visit as everything from a national security threat to a slap in the face to the American people.
The controversial Communist general and chief of China’s National Defense University, Maj. Gen. Zhu Chenghu (pictured), will lead a military delegation from the regime in Beijing that includes 10 senior colonels from all branches of the dictatorship’s armed forces, according to U.S. officials cited in media reports. A spokesperson for the Department of Defense confirmed that the communist military officers would visit the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., as well as undisclosed locations in Hawaii.
“A military delegation from the U.S. Pacific Command will visit China later this year for a reciprocal exchange,” spokesperson Maj. Catherine Wilkinson with the Pentagon was quoted as saying by the Free Beacon. The Chinese regime’s officers, she added, would be visiting D.C. and Hawaii as part of a so-called “familiarization exchange” between the Obama administration and the ruthless dictatorship in Beijing. The real reason for the extremely controversial “exchange” remains unclear.
The leader of the Communist regime’s delegation, Maj. Gen. Zhu, became infamous worldwide after telling reporters in 2005 that the dictatorship in Beijing would deploy nuclear weapons against major American cities in the event of a conflict over Taiwan — a free nation that the barbarian Communist Party ruling mainland China considers a breakaway "province" to be conquered and enslaved at some point. The U.S. government has a defense treaty to protect Taiwan.
After Chairman Mao’s Communist regime seized power over mainland China with help from the Soviet Union and even subversive elements within the U.S. government and establishment, the nationalist Chinese government led by Chiang Kai-shek relocated to the island of Formosa. Today, it is known as Taiwan or the “Republic of China” — not to be confused with the so-called “People’s Republic of China” ruled by the increasingly fascist Communist Party of China.
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Image: Maj. Gen. Zhu Chenghu speaking at Emory University's Halle Institute on Feb. 5, 2013. (Screen grab of YouTube video.)