The single party system allows China to develop and implement long-term plans without interruption or disruption by political rivals because that mechanism (of Western democratic chaos) is non-existent. Careful review of developments show that China has implemented, in general order, a social, economic, military and strategic master plan that has manifested itself most strongly (to us) over the last twenty to twenty-five years. The People’s Party has implemented this plan with the help of vast Bank of China resources that have been contributed to in large part by a “Global” trade system so eagerly built by western-sponsored businessmen and industrialists.
China’s invasion of Tibet, threatening of Nepal and Bhutan, pressure on India, expansion into the South China Sea, support of North Korea, and now saber-rattling with countries sharing the South China Sea are alarming strategic developments. These developments prove China intends to dominate all areas surrounding its Asian southern and eastern boundaries. Other more subtle (i.e. less news worthy) developments are occurring in the country’s western regions. These international actions show that the Chinese Communist Party has little respect for international law just as it has little respect for individual rights. There is one important element in the above plan that has not been mentioned yet. China has openly stated that it wishes to become a world leader in technology. It has pursued this goal by various means including state-sponsored development, spying (including hacking) and theft. Perhaps the latest example is the development of the J-31 fighter using pirated USAF F-22 Raptor technology.