The Battle at Lake Changjin-China’s Super Propaganda Movie to illicit Chinese Anger and Pride. But ANGER towards You and Me?

Is China preparing for War with the United States? Sure looks that way. War in 2024! North Korea and China will Attack South Korea, Taiwan. Guam, Midway, and Pearl Harbor? It’s all coming together.

If China spent $200 Million on Saving the Planet instead, I’d be impressed. But this Movie? It creates-

Anger against Americans Today? Pride in stopping America 71 years ago. Or stopping The UN Forces? The timing of this Movie is Not SUSPECT.

It is pure Military CHINESE PROPAGANDA!

China believes America is Broken and So Divided that The 🇺🇸 would be easy to Takedown. They believe Half of America would stand up and fight them, but the other Half would SURRENDER. Why? Because We Are That Divided and got there in 4 years. Dang, such a short time. China has been watching us very closely.

If you haven’t been paying ATTENTION, China is on a continuous Saber-Rattling Campaign against America led by the Leader XI of China. And it goes back to China becoming very upset about the 45th’s Saying the Coronavirus was from Wuhan and calling it the WUHAN VIRUS. But it wasn’t merely that. China was greatly Angered by the Tariffs the 45th put on Chinese Goods. And all of us ended-up paying for that and still are, not China.

But I’m not faulting them for wanting to spin their own Movie Tale. It’s the Timing and conscious effort behind it that bothers me. Maybe, it will bother you too. If War does take place, in the near future, a Military Draft would be reinstalled. And like the Korean War, this War would Never End, either.

But talk about Halting World Trade. That WAR would do it. It’d shut the World down in so many Ways.

I watched the Movie. It is Pro-Chinese kicking Americans Butts all the way back to their Ships. I think they got part of it wrong. But again, it’s propaganda to illicit Emotional Feeling in your Audiences and it is not a Movie Westerners will enjoy viewing. It’s the New China that dislikes America. And it’s being done by propaganda.

Here, Read the Real Story in this Historical Review. China caused the Korean War to last for Three More Years! Yes, China did. So, be careful how far you Trust the Chinese…

The Korean War began on June 25, 1950 and ended on July 27, 1953 with an armistice. The “War of June 25” started with an invasion by North Korea and claimed around 1.9 million military casualties, including 815 thousand fatalities. Millions of Civilians died.

But the largest number of Deaths estimated to be six Million was caused after China entered the War. The Korean War was within days of being over when about an estimated 250,000 Chinese attacked the United Nations Forces. The UN and the United States had no intentions of entering China. But China chose to Keep North Korean Refugees out of China. So they attacked after North Korean Forces had been already wiped out. Many thousands had already surrendered indicating the War was Over. But China sneaked into North Korea in am attempt to completely annihilate the U.N. Forces.

This was a provocation for War by China at the End of 1950. China wanted War. They were Hungry for War. They were eager for War. As they are Today by pumping their Citizens with Anti-Western Countries Propaganda. Over $200 Million Dollars was spent on this Glorious Chinese Movie of Glorious War against the United Nations and America. China is preparing it’s People for War. They are…

But this Movie is bringing a largely new amount of Huge Military Pride in China, but it’s being funneled towards, yes funneled against America and Our Own Military Power. We are now being Labeled-China’s Biggest ENEMY! That’s right. You and I are being served up on a Silver Platter by the Chinese Military Machine by its Military and Leadership through Speeches, Posters, Media, and Movies. 🇺🇸 is becoming their E N E M Y by propaganda. Their own, not ours.

Misdirection is a wonderful Weapon. But This Movie fits right in with the Current Chinese Atmosphere of the Military Propaganda Campaign going on within China. And its WORKING! But how’d we get here?

  1. 45th’s Tariffs on Chinese Goods and their Return Attacks and Tariffs on Our Farmers and Beef and Pork Raisers.. It was a Losers World for both sides. Yes, it was. Read the Current Results and you’ll see too.
  2. Wuhan Virus attacks the World. And China has attempted repeatedly to deflect its Origin away from China or by Chinese Germ Warfare Scientists.
  3. Chinese Czar XI gave a Profound Military Might Speech Broadcasting China’s New War Machine and Not Tolerable to Any Other Nation. He was giving a Invitation to a Gunfighter Speech.
  4. Czar XI took total Control of Hong Kong.
  5. Czar XI is now repeatedly using Taiwan as Bait for War with the United States. A War between 🇺🇸 and 🇨🇳 would be NUCLEAR. America’s not going to give China a wonderful Backyard Advantage by going into Taiwan and fighting it there. We won’t fight there. We’d have to Nuke Mainland China. Attack Key Points. Let Taiwan and China fight in Taiwan on Land. Not America or the UN. We’ll go Mainland where Many Chinese haven’t been convinced America has suddenly become their enemy. For Many, America is friends to the Chinese. In China Today. But those Saber-Rattlers are Rattling away.
  6. And the Latest Chinese Saber-Rattling is now this New China FilmThe Battle at Lake Changjin.
  7. Among the main hallmarks of the battle, which took place in mountainous terrain between November 27 and December 13, 1950, were the bitter cold — nighttime temperatures went down to as low as minus-30 degrees — and lack of heavy clothing and rations; many froze and/or starved to death.

In America, this Battle was known as-

Battle of the Chosin Reservoir

Korean War

And the most sad thing I remember most from talking to the American Korean War Veterans who fought in it from here was how Incredibly Cold it was and how many had frozen to Death. My Uncle fought in it. And it was incredibly Cold. And I can attest to how Cold it gets in South Korea as being a Bitter, Biting Cold. But what he told me cannot be written as how Horrible it was and Would cause Great Harm to take place.

The battle took place about a month after the People’s Republic of China entered the conflict and sent the People’s Volunteer Army (PVA) 9th Army[e] to infiltrate the northeastern part of North Korea. On 27 November 1950, the Chinese force surprised the US X Corps commanded by Major General Edward Almond at the Chosin Reservoir area. A brutal 17-day battle in freezing weather soon followed. Between 27 November and 13 December, 30,000[2]United Nations Command troops (later nicknamed “The Chosin Few”) under the field command of Major General Oliver P. Smith 

were encircled and attacked by about 120,000[4] Chinese troops

under the command of Song Shilun, who had been ordered by Mao Zedong to destroy the UN forces. The UN forces were nevertheless able to break out of the encirclement and to make a fighting withdrawal to the port of Hungnam, inflicting heavy casualties on the Chinese. The retreat of the US Eighth Army from northwest Korea in the aftermath of the Battle of the Ch’ongch’on River and the evacuation of the X Corps from the port of Hungnam in northeast Korea marked the complete withdrawal of UN troops from North Korea.

The story of The Battle at Lake Changjin was commissioned by China Film Administration, and the Central Military Commission and Communist Party’s Publicity Departments in BeijingHebei and Liaoning.[12][13] Bona Film Group is the production company of the film. The screenplay was written by Lan Xiaolong, who was responsible for the critically acclaimed drama Soldiers Sortie, and Huang Jianxin. In February 2020, it was reported that Andrew Lau had been offered the job of directing the film, but he was hired to direct Chinese Doctors instead; Chen KaigeTsui Hark and Dante Lam were later hired to direct the film. The Battle at Lake Changjin is one of the most expensive films ever made, with a production budget of over $200 million.[14]

Shooting began in Beijing on 25 October 2020 and ended on 25 May 2021.[15][16] 70,000 PLA soldiers acted as extras.[13]

Most of the film was shot on location in Zhejiang.[17] The scene of the People’s Volunteer Army boarding trucks to the North Korea was filmed at Meishan station [zh] in Huzhou.[17] Parts of the scenes were filmed in Lishimen Reservoir [zh].[18]

The Battle at Lake Changjin (Chinese: 长津湖) is a 2021 Chinese war film directed by Chen KaigeTsui Hark and Dante Lam, written by Lan Xiaolong and Huang Jianxin, and produced by Yu Dong.[3][4][5] Starring Wu Jing and Jackson Yee, the film is about the Battle of Chosin Reservoir during the Korean War.[6] The film was announced as part of the 100th Anniversary of the Communist Party of China.[7][8][9][10]

The Battle at Lake Changjin
Directed byChen Kaige
Tsui Hark
Dante Lam
Written byLan Xiaolong
Huang Jianxin
Produced byYu Dong
StarringWu Jing
Jackson Yee
CinematographyPan Luo
Peter Pau
Music byElliot Leung
Zhiyi Wang
Bona Film Group Limited
August First Film Studio
Release date21 September 2021 (BIFF)30 September 2021
Budget$200 million
Box office$741.54 million[1][2]

Now, will this Movie take China and America closer to a New War? I hope not. But it could help move us farther apart.

I personally don’t dislike the Chinese. Nor should YOU. I only react to Movies like those of WWII used Today for Propaganda. And sure. Uncle Sam had a few too. But to buy War Bonds was a huge item to help pay for the War…

And I love Chinese Fantasy Movies of Swords and Karate and Magic stuff where Good Visual Affects are used.

But the things that have taken place since 2016 is for concern. A strange tension is growing. And now this Movie is most definitely in a line of progression of Tension Creating. A sad line. A sad time to see the China Today promote anti-American sentiments.

But, Hasn’t the World had enough War? I’m still completely baffled that the Korean War has not been Ended. No, that War is not Officially O V E R? WHY? ASK NORTH KOREA and CHINA. They know why…

China’s Aid to North Korea during the Korean War was an effort to Prevent North Korean Refugees entering into China.