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1936: Chinese Traitors Kidnap Chiang and Force Him to Fight Japan By Mike King
This deep-digging researcher is almost ashamed to admit that one particularly historic event was completely unknown until just recently stumbling across an old New York Slimes front-page article found in the monthly archive service which your support helps to pay for (hint hint). Oh what a "diamond-in-the-rough" that St. Sugar the Crazed Conspiracy Cat guided me to!
Did you know that the popular anti-Communist boss-man of China, General Chiang Kai Shek, had once been kidnapped and held for two whole weeks by a pair of rebellious generals? The stunned people of China rejoiced upon news of Chiang's well-being and release and, interestingly enough, so did anti-Communist Japan. This bold, history-altering, kidnapping and extortion plot-- now referred to as the Xian Incident -- is what triggered a war in Asia that would eventually involve the United States.
* In 1928, Chiang had violently purged the Marxist scum from his Nationalist government.* Beginning in the early 1930s, Chiang launched a series of campaigns against the Communist rebels of Stalin's agent, Mao Tse Tung.* The civil war against the Reds dragged on, but with the Nationalist government holding the clear upper hand.* Mao's Reds (as well as Stalin and the warmongering Globalist Jews around Roosevelt) wanted a united Chinese force to incite a war against anti-Communist Japan.* Chiang's policy toward the Japanese Empire (which had a US-engineered presence on the mainland dating back to the end of the Russo-Japanese War) was peaceful, with many pro-Japanese Chinese in his Nationalist government.* Just three weeks before Chiang's kidnapping, Germany and Japan had finalized the Anti-Comintern Pact, -- officially titled the Agreement Against the Communist International. This pact complicated Stalin's schemes for Asia. The Reds and the Globalists wanted nationalist China and nationalist Japan to fight so that they would both fall.
In November 1936, General Zhang asked Chiang to come to Xian and address troops who no longer wished to fight the Communists. After Chiang agreed, the traitor Zhang informed Mao (who later referred to the plot as "a masterpiece.") On December 12, Zhang's and Yang's goons stormed the cabin where Chiang was sleeping. Chiang managed to escape but was injured in the process.
He was recaptured by Zhang's troops in the morning. The plotters then sent a telegram to Nanking (the capital) demanding an immediate end to civil war against the Communists and a reorganization of the Nationalist government involving the expulsion of pro-Japanese factions and the adoption of an aggressive posture toward Japan. The Nationalist government was sent into a crisis.
Many young, pro-Red officers in the Northeast Army wanted to execute Chiang. However, Zhang and Mao understood that Chiang could be more valuable to them alive than dead. Had Chiang been murdered, it would have ruined any chances of forming a united front against Japan.
On December 16, Zhou Enlai arrived on the scene to negotiate with the hostage. Chiang was opposed to meeting with a Communist delegate, but soon withdrew his opposition when it became clear that his life was at stake. Also influencing his decision was the unexpected arrival of Madame Chiang, his wife -- who had come hoping to secure his release. Chiang agreed to meet with Zhou and was then informed that if he would end the civil war against the Reds and fight the Japanese instead, the Red Army would willingly serve under Chiang's command. Chiang agreed and was released the following day.
Just six months later, on the night of July 7, 1937, China picked a fight with Japan near the Marco Polo Bridge, not far from Peking (Beijing). A minor skirmish led to a battle which led to the full-blown war -- in which FDR and the British will eventually back Chiang economically, and even send "advisors" to aid in fighting the Japanese. A relieved and surely amused Stalin was now free to turn his full attention toward scheming against Germany and Europe, without having to worry as much about Japan at his rear.
The Xian Incident was a crucial turning point for the Chinese Communist Party. Although Chiang's political and military leadership of China was affirmed, the agreement also strengthened the CCP under the new united front. When World War II in Asia ended -- (thanks to FDR's relentless provocation of Japan and subsequent deceiving of the American public into war over Pearl Harbor) -- the Reds broke the deal with Chiang and resumed the civil war. (surprise surprise) Stalin then loaded up Mao's marauders with some of his leftover US Lend Lease supplies, and also with captured Japanese munitions (the Soviets had declared war on an already beaten Japan on the same day as the Horrible Harry Truman A-bombed Nagasaki). In 1949, Chiang's government -- vilified by the New York Slimes and Washington Compost, and cut off from arms by the Globalists and Communists in the Truman administration -- finally collapsed and fled to Formosa with many supporters. There they established the new island nation now known as Taiwan. But before the Nationalists retreated, Chiang had gotten hold of the treacherous General Yang and had him executed. The Reds then proceeded to imprison or slaughter millions of "counter-revolutionaries" on the mainland. That's what Marxists do.
So, you see, this long forgotten kidnapping incident was actually the origin of an engineered conflict which eventually doomed both the Nationalist governments of Japan in 1945 and China, in 1949. The shift in power in turn led to the Maoist genocide, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Cambodian genocide etc. As previously stated, the fact that this history-defining moment remains so little-known is truly astonishing -- but certainly understandable because ---- a wider knowledge of the event would totally exonerate Japan of its undeserved status as "the bad guy" in the Asian theater of World War II. Exactly as "the usual suspects" had slandered anti-Communist Germany as the "aggressor" in Europe, so too was the case regarding anti-Communist Japan in Asia.
* Editor's Note: The Japanese "Rape of Nanking" and the story of the "Korean Comfort Girls" are just like the Holohoax tales of "gas chambers" and "lamp shades" -- nothing but atrocity propaganda.
In an ironic role reversal, Taiwan today is a Globalist outpost governed by libtards; whereas the Chinese mainland is ruled by a nationalist pro-business, pro-tradition "strongman" who heads a CCP that is "communist" in name only. One can never predict how the tides of history turn.