Release | Let’s Give Xi Something to Worry About: Help the Chinese People Bring Down the CCP



For Immediate Release
September 26, 2023

Hamilton Strategies, [email protected],
Beth Harrison, 610.584.1096, ext. 105,
or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102

Let’s Give Xi Something to Worry About
Help the Chinese People Bring Down the CCP

WASHINGTON — The unexplained disappearances of numerous senior Chinese officials and military leaders is fueling speculation that Xi Jinping is, like many tyrants and especially Communist ones becoming increasingly paranoid in his old age and obsessing about potential disloyalty among even longtime associates and mentees. As it happens, Xi has good reason for feeling insecure given the PRC’s mounting crises (economic and financial, political and demographic, to name a few) that are exacerbating declining popular support for the CCP and its leader who has concentrated all power in his own hands.

We should seize this moment to give him something to really worry about.

That is even more the case given another possible consideration behind Xi’s surrounding himself with subordinates believed to be slavishly loyal: Doing so could advance his evident purpose of precipitating violent conflict with the United States by purging those who do not share his enthusiasm for war.

We have, therefore, a powerful interest in putting that paranoid megalomaniac out of business.

Unfortunately, as Dr. Bradley Thayer and Capt. James Fanell, U.S. Navy (Ret.) have recently documented, a Biden administration that is heavily populated by the CCP’s “captured elite” is, instead, busily trying to prop up the Chinese Communists yet again, rather than topple what is, in actuality, history’s largest and most dangerous Transnational Criminal Organization.

An alternative, pro-American (rather than pro-appeasement) strategy is clearly needed – one that will prevent Xi from pursuing external aggression by depriving him of the support of the vast majority of the Chinese people and advancing our mutual interest in taking down the CCP. The Committee on the Present Danger: China’s (CPDC) next webinar, “Let’s Give Xi Something to Worry About: Help the Chinese People Bring Down the CCP,”  from 3 – 4:15 p.m. ET on Tuesday, September 26 will consider the key elements of such a strategy and how they can be decisively effectuated.

WHAT: A CPDC Webinar | Let’s Give Xi Something to Worry About: Help the Chinese People Bring Down the CCP

WHEN: 3 – 4:15 p.m. ET, Tuesday, September 26, 2023


Moderator: Frank Gaffney, Founder and Executive Chairman, Center for Security Policy; Vice Chairman, Committee on the Present Danger: China


Steven Mosher, President, Population Research Institute, Author, “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Pandemics,” and “Bully of Asia: Why China’s Dream is the New Threat to World Order”
• Topic: “The History of Tyrants’ Terminal Paranoia and How Xi’s Can Most Effectively be Countered”  
Dr. Bradley Thayer, PhD., Director for China Policy, Center for Security Policy, author, “Understanding the China Threat”
• Topic: “The CCP’s Illegitimacy: The Fulcrum for Leveraging its Destruction”
 Gordon Chang, Esq., Senior Fellow, Gatestone Institute; columnist, Newsweek; author, “The Coming Collapse of China”
• Topic: “Practical Steps for Accelerating the Coming Collapse of the CCP”
Dr. John Lenczowski, PhD., Founder, President Emeritus, and Chancellor of The Institute of World Politics, an independent graduate school of national security, intelligence, and international affairs in Washington, D.C.; former Special Advisor for the U.S. State Department in the Bureau of European Affairs (1981 to 1983); former Director of European and Soviet Affairs at the National Security Council (1983-1987); author, “Full-Spectrum Diplomacy and Grand Strategy” (2011) among other titles
• Topic: “Full Spectrum Diplomacy and other Tools for Taking Down the CCP” 

HOW: Register at


To interview representatives of the Committee on the Present Danger: China, contact [email protected], Beth Harrison, 610.584.1096, ext. 105, or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102._______
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