The Mystery of China Part II - Written February 6, 2011
There has been much debate about China over the past few years and the impact it has had on North American and European economies.
In 1966 Mao Zedong began "massive infrastructure programs, radical education reforms, innovative experimentation in literature and the arts, expansion of healthcare and education in rural areas, and rapid development of rural enterprises”. The Cultural Revolution was intended to purge the Capitalist Ideology from within China. However, it came to an end in 1976. Some will argue that the Cultural Revolution worked for China and some will argue that it did not. At the onset of 1979 the Communist Party of China, led by Deng Xiaoping, began a series of economic reforms which were referred to as “Socialism with Chinese Characteristics”. This was the beginning of China’s free market economy experiment.
The new experiment began in the 1980’s and it led to the “decollectivization of agriculture, the opening up of the country to foreign investment, and permission for entrepreneurs to start up new businesses. The irony is that China scrapped a Collectivist ideology in 1980 while the New World Order began embracing it. The second stage of reform, in the late 1980s and 1990s, involved the privatization and contracting out of much state-owned industry and the lifting of price controls, protectionist policies, and regulations, although state monopolies in sectors such as banking and petroleum remained.
The events of Tiananmen Square in 1989 presented new challenges for China in the decade that followed. Deng Xiaoping resigned his role in 1992 and the uncertain policies of Jiang Zemin created even more ambiguity. China was challenged by corruption, unemployment and a growing spiritual force known as the Falun Gong. Even with a litany of environmental woes China managed to sustain economic growth and deal with the ghosts of Tiananmen Square. This decade saw China reacquire Hong Kong from the British, and Macau from the Portuguese. China’s new motto became “One Country, Two Systems”. Amidst all the upheaval and by the end of 2002, China emerged as a global contender.
In November, 2002 Hu Jintao became China’s new leader. Hu and China economically rocked the world, in a decade where the capitalist democracies sacked the people. This decade began with an ominous 911 and we are still in the midst of its recovery. Those who criticize China are wrong. This country emerged from poverty and economic decay, and in a relatively short period of time, has come to command the respect of the world and the fear of the Globalists. China has also made economic peace with an old ally and foe, Russia.
The ideologies of Communism, Fascism, Nazism, Theocracy, Monarchy and Marxism may espouse fear in some people, but to many they are just words. People know not their societal and moral implications or if these political ideologies differ at all in today’s artificial world.
Let us examine what many democratic societies have become:
A Godless class of lost sheep following the dictates of a controlling and invisible order. An order that has created joblessness, valueless education and a future filled with uncertainty.
A fear-mongering ideological class of people who have been hypnotized by Multinational induced marginalization.
A run-a-way political “party” system whose unaccountability and secrecy serves the will of hidden agendas and secret governments.
A monetary and financial system that has deregulated common sense, sterilized the value system and pit “rational thinking” against formulas of algorithmic destruction.
A system that has advocated violence and tyranny to propagate division and hate amongst people. It has done this by creating the illusion of a evil foe.
A Military Industrial Complex whose duty was to prevent war now induces it.
A Media whose duty was to promote social justice has become a nonsensical “speak” which spends much of its resources capturing “analytics” to captivate and better target society with disinformation and dellusion.
A model of economic waste sustained by product obsolescence, energy inefficiency and corporate mayhem.
To which democracy do you subscribe? The world is on the brink of a major economic and monetary revolution. The one certainty is that the US dollar will collapse. Many countries have been calling for a new Global Reserve Currency, especially China and Russia.
The problem for China is that a collapsed U.S. economy and U.S. dollar may mean a partial collapse of its own economy. China has been instrumental in growing global trade relationships and investing abroad, especially in natural resources and commodities. China has done so because it knows, and the financial markets know, that the future monetary policy of all nations will have to be backed by hard assets. This is why gold and silver continue to increase in value and why many investors will lose their investments when they try to convert their gold and silver “certificates” into “bullion”. The bullion does not exist. This is also the reason why water, rare earths, nickel, oil, coal, agricultural products, copper and all commodities have sky-rocketed in value over the past year. Future monetary policy or even a one-world currency will be backed by a county’s measurable resources. What will happen to the quintillion of dollars of derivatives monetized on corporate balance sheets? They will be written off! The collapse of the dollar and the eradication of derivatives will have a devastating effect on the capital markets, especially on U.S. exchange traded stocks.
The Federal Reserve and the Rothschilds are eager to transform America into a third world country and create war in the Middle-East. China and Russia want a new global currency backed by hard assets and sustained global economic growth. If you ever thought China and Russia were the bad guys think again. Your real enemies are the Windsors, Rorhschilds, Rockefellers, the Vatican Bank, European Aristocracy and Middle East Princes and Emirs. Unfortunately Israel is and will continue to be the intelligence arm of the Rothschild Family and may be consumed by its own misguided decision making and contempt for global peace. I gave you a little history on China because we are destined to repeat it.
I’m betting on China. I want to see Rothschild and Company at Nuremburg II. JFK, Abe and the victims of war deserve it.
Thank you and don’t blame China,