Is China part of the New World Order?
Left: Money Power banksters Zhao Xiaochuan and Lagarde preparing World Currency
To many it is unclear whether China is incorporated in the New World Order or a real competitor to Anglo-American Imperialism. However, there are a number of clear indicators that leave little doubt that the Money Power has co-opted the leadership of the Land of the Dragon a long time ago.
History shows that the Money Power has several tools at its disposal to motivate peoples in the right direction. Their fingerprints are all over China.
The Chinese people obviously are not interested in a ‘New World Order’ or losing sovereignty. China is a world upon itself. Its immense size, enormous population, ancient culture, so alien to that of the rest of the world, leaves it with more than enough to worry about, without being too interested in the rest of the world. In fact: in the Age of Discovery, Chinese ships were ahead of the Europeans but they were called back by the Emperor: he simply could not handle a wider span of control. Most great nations are rather self-centered, but none so like China.
On the other hand: with all this comes a sense of uniqueness and entitlement and perhaps they can be cajoled by their ‘rightful’ place at the table?
Here is an excellent analysis of the power brokers in China. It opens with the obvious statement that Marxism is a Money Power operation and that Mao therefore did their bidding. He was apparently educated at Yale’s department in China. Yale’s Skull and Bones were very active in Asia and Mao was probably a member. Most American diplomats sent to him were so too.
According to the article, the triads, China’s enigmatic maffia style secret societies, were built up by Masons to combat the Qing dynasty that ruled China until the 19th century and among others resisted the Opium the British needed to sell to China because they had nothing else to offer in exchange for its vast riches.
The membership list of the Trilateral Commission, the Rockefeller confab similar to the Atlantic Bilderbergers, is littered with Chinese names.
Another vital issue is China’s money supply: just like everywhere else, money is created by banks. A Yuan is an interest-bearing debt to a bank. China has a Public Banking sector. This in itself is in an interesting fact and should actually give us pause as to the nature of Public Banking and how it could serve the Money Power. The Emperors printed debt-free cash.
The Chinese are moving to back the Yuan by Gold, clearly promoting the Money Power’s nascent Gold Standard. Meanwhile, its Central Bank President, Zhao Xiaochuan, who is a member of the Group of 30, the Rockefeller sponsored group of leading Central Bankers and academics, is calling for World Currency. As we have seen, opposition against the dollar is not the same thing as opposition against the Money Power.
China is a loyal member of all the international governance organizations.
Furthermore, over the last decades the Money Power has migrated a substantial part of its manufacturing base from Europe and particularly the US to China. Can there be any doubt that they would be very, very sure that that crucial strategic asset would be absolutely safe there?
China’s rise and its implications
The build up of China must be seen in the light of the decades old program of the deindustrialization of the West, particularly America. What has been given to China, was taken elsewhere.
Also, this build up is actually a typical M.O.: think of how US technology and money built up the USSR to create a credible ‘threat’ in the Cold War. Saddam Hussein is another example: he was made strong to be taken down later as part of the strategy to conquer the Middle East. Or Iran, which is bolstered by often Western/Israeli technology that is transferred via China.
China’s rise comes with many dangers. Chinese nationalism is primitive and easily inflamed. Beijing is under incredible pressure from many internal dynamics and happily uses external ‘foes’ to export these pressures. The latest rows with Japan over some trivial islands are a case in point.
Just like the Money Power directed the Orchestra of Europe during the 19th century, it is now directing the Orchestra of a Multi Polar World. We know how it all ended in Europe: tightly knit alliances facing each other with ever more paranoia, unable to extricate themselves from the trap. One assassination was enough to light the fuse.
The same can be seen today, with NATO facing the Shanghai Cooperation Organization of Russia and China, with Pakistan and Iran as close associates.
China is being built up in a very typical fashion. All the pointers that we have come to recognize are there: usurious control of the money supply, Marxism, Capitalism, ‘secret’ societies, China towing the internationalist line.
The US Empire is not the Money Power and China’s rise and opposition against the US fits in nicely with what we have come to expect from the Money Power’s proxies working towards managed conflict and World Government.