China is the United States’ largest source of fentanyl. Exiled Chinese businessman Guo Wengui revealed on his YouTube channel that fentanyl is actually the Chinese Communist regime’s “toxic weapon” in its covert warfare with the United States. The regime is fighting this war knowingly and willfully, and its intention is to use fentanyl to weaken, mangle, and ruin the United States.
Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine. According to public data, in the 12-month period ending December 2018, synthetic opioid overdose deaths in the United States, mostly from fentanyl, increased to over 31,000 compared with the roughly 29,000 reported in the 12-month period ending December 2017.
U.S. President Donald Trump re-emphasized this issue in a Twitter post on Aug. 23. “I am ordering all carriers, including Fed Ex, Amazon, UPS and the Post Office, to SEARCH FOR & REFUSE,…….all deliveries of Fentanyl from China (or anywhere else!).” He wrote, “Fentanyl kills 100,000 Americans a year. President Xi said this would stop – it didn’t.”
Guo decided to expose what he knows about China’s plan regarding fentanyl on YouTube.
Guo revealed in his Aug. 23 video that a Chinese professor, surnamed Cao from China’s Shandong Province, learned to synthesize fentanyl when doing research in an MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) lab. Guo said he visited this lab several times.
“When this professor went back to China, he sent a report to China’s National Security Department proposing that fentanyl should be used as one of China’s national strategies aimed at weakening the United States and bringing huge profits to China. He also emphasized that chemists can easily produce more than 1,000 derivative drugs from fentanyl,” Guo said.
Guo claimed that he reported Cao to the U.S. Embassy in Beijing by providing information on Cao’s green card and his research at MIT. The U.S. Embassy then asked Cao to have a talk with the consuls. Cao then decided not to return to the United States, and instead work with another researcher in a factory in Nanjing to produce fentanyl on a mass scale. In the past, this same factory had engaged in the research and development of biochemical weapons.
Guo claimed that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) had a special plan codenamed “3F Plan.” Its goal is to weaken, mangle, and ruin the United States. The specific method to be used for 3F is the smuggling of fentanyl into the United States.
“Think about it. Any person who sells fentanyl in China is arrested and will be immediately executed. However, the drug is now sold to the United States in large quantities, yet the Chinese government remains silent,” he said.
According to Guo, fentanyl is the CCP’s chemical weapon, and the total amount trafficked into the United States is capable of killing three times the American population.
“This is no joke,” he warned. “The Chinese communist regime truly wants to kill you. How can you expect the regime to take any action to stop it [the fentanyl trafficking]?”
Guo said he felt sad that President Trump is the only one who keeps warning the public, yet some Americans persist in challenging and criticizing him.
“Why are these people so keen on denigrating President Trump, but have never shown any interest in finding out what is really going on?” he asked.
Mexico Reported 25 Tons of Fentanyl Seized From China
Many people do not believe President Trump’s accusation of China being the origin of fentanyl because most fentanyl is trafficked across the U.S.-Mexico border. A recent fentanyl seizure in Mexico may help them change their point of view.
The Mexican government announced on Aug. 25 that Mexican Custom officials intercepted a large multi-ton fentanyl shipment that came into the Mexican port in cargo from Shanghai, China according a recent report from Breitbart News.
When the Danish-flagged vessel arrived in the Mexican port city of Lazaro Cardenas, on western Mexican’s coast, Mexican Customs personnel found cargo labelled “calcium chloride.” However, samples of the powdered substance were tested and found to contain fentanyl.
Local officials seized a total of 931 sacks of the drug, weighing a total of 51,518 pounds (23,368 kilograms).
The shipment originating from China was heading to Culiacan, Sinaloa, home base for the Sinaloa Cartel, an international drug trafficking organization.
Epoch Times staff member Wu Wenzhou contributed to this report.