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Let's Fight – and Win – Ideological War With Red China

Wednesday, 18 April 2001 12:00 AM

This Big Picture can best be summed up in a statement made last week – while our 24 crewmen and women were being held

"In the area of human rights, we share the same view.”

No truer statement was

Red China and Castro’s Cuba

This is

We, the United States of America, served as the example of what life could be like – from religious freedom and political diversity all the way down to consumer pleasures like wearing the latest blue jeans.

Television, mass media and the ascension of this wonderful Polish pope and his unique role in undermining the Communist Party in Poland all paved the way for Ronald Reagan to administer the coup de grace. And old Dutch did it in a splendid way: He never backed down from calling 'em as he saw 'em: They indeed were the

Their system cracked!

We had won! And without the hot war everyone had expected.

China is different. Its people are much harder working that the Russian people. The Chinese are natural capitalists. But the nation is woefully poor and backward. And, despite our fears, the Chinese military is weak and small – with one exception: unlimited manpower.

But in a modern military confrontation they are no match for us. They may be in 50 years – but the real question is whether the communist regime will still be in power by then.

Our strategy should be to wage ideological war –

If we despise their attitudes and repression, you can imagine what the average Chinese citizen really thinks of them.

We need to form an alliance – in spirit – with the average Chinese citizen

The president of the United States, who tries to emulate Ronald Reagan more than his own father, must lead this all-important ideological war against Beijing.

Yes, he will – like Reagan – be heavily criticized for strong rhetoric that sharpens our differences. Our so-called

The presidency of our nation is the single greatest stage from which to preach, to teach and to advocate.

It is not worth having if it is not used for great causes.

And what greater cause than to help free 1.3 billion fellow human beings from the yoke of slavery to a brutal regime that suppresses modern human rights and privileges?

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