Xi-Bo wouldn’t even notice a major Chinese stock market crash go by. It’s only money, and what’s money when you’re the duly appointed Emperor of this planet? But denying mail services? What a terrifying kick in the gut!
We call it “Death by a Thousand Cuts,” Xi-Bo, and it always begins exactly like this. And you know from doing exactly this very same thing to thousands of your own very, very unfortunate people, that once it gets this bad, it never gets better for the victim. Never. There must be no loose ends left lying around. You know that very well.
What this says is that today Pres. Trump cancelled China’s preferential mail rates with the USPS. He cited security concerns, and I agree with him. This makes mail to and from China difficult and expensive, and gives every one of the innumerable undercover Chinese operatives in America a perfect excuse to not even report to Beijing:
“I tried but the report seems to have gotten lost in the mail. And my cell phone has been acting bugged, so I was afraid to use it. And we know that the Web is absolutely not secure.”
According to other documents published by Radio Free Asia Chinese Edition, China has a huge undercover intelligence network operating in America, and it uses primarily Big Data collection techniques. The massive data collection demands of these techniques would make the whole system absolutely vulnerable to the effective loss of a cheap, dependable, and low-profile method of data transfer like the good old US mail.
I believe that most of the Chinese victims, as well as the operatives themselves, of Xi Jinping’s intelligence apparatus in America are students. The victims, at least, are likely to correctly deduce from this action that Donald Trump is on their side. And I believe that once you turn the victims, the entire system will not be far behind.
Maitreya Meher Namo Namo,