Steven Mosher to Appear on EWTN’s “The World Over” with Raymond Arroyo
For Immediate Release
September 5, 2000
Contact Scott Weinberg
Steven Mosher, President of the Population Research Institute, will be the guest on the Eternal Word Television Network’s (EWTN) “The World Over” hosted by Raymond Arroyo this Friday, September 8 beginning at 8 PM EST (7 PM CST). The hour-long live interview will focus on China’s growing military might and its continuing abuses of human rights. Mosher, an internationally known China expert who exposed that country’s brutal one-child policy, will discuss his latest book, Hegemon: China’s Plan to Dominate Asia and the World (Encounter Books, July 2000), as well as China’s disturbing population control policies and persecution of the Church.
“If you read the Chinese strategic literature, as I have, it will send a chill down your spine,” says Mosher. “For Chinese strategists seem to believe three things. First, they believe-as China’s defense minister recently openly proclaimed-that war with the United States is ‘inevitable.’ Second, they believe that China can win such a war. Third, they believe that by the middle of the next century one country-a hegemon-will come to dominate the world, and that this hegemon will be China.”
“Taken singly, each of these facts is disturbing,” Mosher continues. “Taken together, they create a frightening picture. China is aiming at nothing short of world dominance. And it wants to organize the world around itself the way it has for over 2,000 years. China is to be the “Middle Kingdom”-that is what its name, Zhongguo, means in Chinese-and it wants to be surrounded by kowtowing tributary states. But there is another name, even more fitting for a once and future hegemon, that the Chinese leaders use to refer to their country. They call it Tianxia, which means ‘all under heaven.'”
“The World Over” with Raymond Arroyo airs every Friday at 8PM EST on the EWTN global television network and is rebroadcast at the following times: Sunday, 6 PM EST; Monday, 10 AM EST; and Monday, 11 PM EST. EWTN is the world’s largest religious cable network reaching over 64 million homes in 43 countries and territories including Europe, Central and South America and Australia. In addition to television, EWTN programming can also be heard via short-wave radio as well as the internet. For more information on EWTN programming, please visit their website at www.ewtn.com.