Three distinguished experts and policy practitioners declare: "Despite the wrongs committed against China in the past, the People’s Republic of China must not represent the future, for it is corrupt. Harking back to what Ronald Reagan did to spur the dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United States must enunciate that its objective is the peaceful end of the Communist Party of China. China existed for four thousand years before the formation of a communist junta within its borders; China can only achieve greatness combined with liberty and wealth if it frees itself from one-party rule and the despotism this type of government always brings.”
America is doomed to collapse under a multi-pronged attack led by the PRC and by statists in our midst. We must return in great haste to the Judeo-Christian principles upon which we were founded, which made us the most prosperous, secure, and generous nation in human history.
About the Author
John M. Poindexter is a physicist and a former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. Robert C. McFarlane is chairman of an international energy company and a former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. Richard B. Levine is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and the Harvard Business School.
“If you care about the future of America, you need to read America’s #1 Adversary — now!" —LTG William G. “Jerry” Boykin, former commander, U.S. Army Special Forces, and author of seven books including his autobiography, Never Surrender
"This must-read book details China's effort to dominate global affairs through waging a soft war of infrastructure development in developing countries, using energy as a main weapon. Blessed with abundant resources, the United States must counter this attack." —William F. Martin, United States Deputy Secretary of Energy (1986-1988)
"Don’t just absorb America’s #1 Adversary: share it with your fellow citizens, without whose vigilance America can never remain truly secure.” —Dr. John Lenczowski, founder, president, and professor, The Institute of World Politics