The movie, released at the height of the Cold War, was a fictional account of an invasion of the United States by Russia, which included divisions of Cuban soldiers as well, that focused on a group of high school teens who formed a guerilla unit called the "Wolverines," the mascot of their local Colorado school.
According to the film, tens of thousands of airborne troops dropped deep into the heartland of the country from transport planes flying the same routes as commercial airlines, in order not to tip off American air defense units and fighter interceptors. A remake of the original movie involving North Korean troops was released just a few years ago.
Again, the movies are supposed to depict fictional accounts of an invasion of the U.S., but according to a newly obtained audio recording by an Asian media group with extensive contacts in China, the scripts are far more realistic than believed.
In an interview with investigative journalist J.R. Nyquist, members of Lude Media described the contents of a 56-minute recording of a military-civil meeting in Guangdong province tasked with preparing China for war.
A summary of the interview notes:
According to Lude media sources, China will try to use nuclear blackmail and unrestricted warfare to collapse the United States while forcing Taiwan, Japan and South Korea under Chinese control. Failing this, China and Russia will launch a full-scale war against the United States. The Russian and Chinese fleets will be united – not in the same ocean – but by attacking the same continent, North America. The Russians will attack through the Arctic, the Chinese through the Pacific.
The perpetual lockdowns in China are not due to COVID-19, Lude Media notes, but rather served as cover "to hide the deployment of mobile ICBMs and other weapons.
"Streets have been cleared and highways closed for this purpose. To avoid satellite detection, missile convoys have been disguised as medical or COVID convoys. Lude Media has reported that Russia and China have an agreement to invade and occupy North America, dividing the territory between them," the summary added (which would explain Russia's rapid expansion of military assets in the Arctic -- and the Pentagon's rush to counter those deployments):
Even as the CCP has declared a People’s War against the West, anticommunists in China have declared a People’s War against the CCP. They want to warn Americans about the China-Russia alliance. They want our leaders to know that we must resist the CCP at all costs. There can be no negotiating with Moscow and Beijing. America must not abandon her allies in Asia. If we fail to defend those allies, we will find ourselves isolated and economically broken.
In the interview with Nyquist, Lude Media reps described China's preparations and what Americans should expect moving forward (President Trump was obviously aware of these plans judging by the tariffs he put in place and his policies of moving China-based U.S. manufacturing back to America).
"The strategy here involves a very ancient Chinese tactic. It is encirclement of an enemy post in order to eliminate their reinforcement. So, the point they are encircling is Taiwan. And the support they are trying to fight back or eliminate is the U.S. [relief] force," a representative of Lude Media noted.
"On February 4th I explained in my broadcast that Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin signed a secret document to become military partners. So after that is signed the CCP and China has been funding Russia’s invasion into Ukraine. Putin needs this kind of guarantee to even think about starting this war," the rep continued.
Sounding a dire tone, the rep added: "I want to warn the U.S. political elites that there is no room to give. If the U.S. loses Taiwan, South Korea and Japan, the supply chain to the U.S. would break, it would be a disaster. The economy would be a disaster. China and Russia would then start stirring things up in the U.S. This defeat will set the U.S. back a hundred years."
Nyquist responded: "If there is a breakup of the United States, or any weakening, the Russians and Chinese – I assume – will send troops to the United States."
"Yes. Red Dawn is not really a movie anymore," said the Lude rep.