Saturday, April 13, 2013

Drunken Monkey Kung Fu, Tae Kwon Do and the "Journey to the West"


The differences in martial arts among the mongoloid nations provides an insight into how the Chinese view themselves, other mongoloid orientals, and the West. The Chinese see Kung Fu as an example of their cultural supremacy.

For the Chinese, Kung Fu is elegant, sophisticated, beautiful and spiritual. It is an expression of the divine and superior Chinese soul. Korean Tae Kwon Do and Japanese Karate, for the Chinese, are barbaric, primitive, crude, ruffian methods of combat of the subhuman country buffoon. Kung Fu was born of priests, Tae Kwon Do and Karate of inferior peasants.

But when dealing with the West, the Chinese have an old story Journey to the West of their exploits in India, whereby a monkey tricked the fools into letting down their guard, then stole from them their treasures. The martial art of Drunken Monkey Kung Fu evolved from this deception of clownery. The fighter puts on a show, which has his opponent fooled into believing he faces a harmless and ineffective buffoon.

The communist Chinese are using their puppet Kim Jong-un in such a display of Drunken Monkey Kung Fu come Tae Kwon Do, to lure us into an attack. They want us to strike first, or, more importantly, to ready for an attack.

This provides the Red Chinese with two possible advantages. It prepares the way for a false flag attack from China, Israel or the USA which can be blamed on North Korean "drunken monkeys", and it draws us into military formations which leaves us vulnerable to a sudden sneak attack. For example, if we bring our battle ships into the region, they can be hit from mainland China or from submarines coming from Chinese waters. If we gather our forces, they are vulnerable to a small nuclear explosion which can be blamed on the North Koreans.

The Chinese have Kim Jong-un putting on a show for a reason. They are compelling us to step forward into striking range, though the actual attack may come in some completely different region of the globe. The Chinese are wooing the Australians and have blackmailed and bribed leading Australian politicians and businessmen. There is much more to this dynamic than the Korean Penninsula.