China’s Plan

China has a plan to become the world’s next superpower, they already have plans in motion and the president has publicly stated that he wants China to be

the leading world superpower by the year 2050. 

Their strategy has been documented in Chinese literature, published and sanctioned by the People’s Liberation Army for well over 50 years. 

Who knows what life will be like having China as the world’s super power our world could completely change, most speculate for the worst. This could very well happen in our lifetimes. America’s grip on the world will slowly fade and the People’s Republic of China could find itself on the mantle. 

 Xi Jinping really sees this as China’s destiny, and himself as the leader who will deliver it. China has already made their plans of how they would reshape the world pretty clear. 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnmauldin/2019/11/12/chinas-grand-plan-to-take-over-the-world/?sh=525e39315ab5

Why it matters

– If China were to rise that would mean the United States would have to fall, The United States would most likely free fall into an economic depression. America is situated in a good place because the US dollar is essentially treated like the new gold standard, it is used for almost all international trade. 

So if China were to jump back up they would have the Chinese yuan replace the US dollar as the standard for international trade, causing the US to lose a significant chunk of its economic output overnight. Import prices will increase and export prices will drop. 

Influence the way the world thinks, through schools. 

– Teachers/Schooling systems will teach State Approved lessons

In Chinese schools, teachers are specifically instructed to teach state-approved ideas,especially pushing Chinese and communist ideals.

As China becomes the world’s superpower, there’s every reason to believe that they’ll keep that up—but that now they’ll have the influence to lure in the politicians of the future from every part of the world.But it doesn’t stop there. China has already started influencing schools in other countries, too. They’ve set up their state-controlled Confucius Institutes in 1,500 different schools across 140 countries. These schools have Chinese teachers who are specifically instructed to support the “China model of development” and “correct” Western misconceptions in their classes.

This means that, when they have enough power, college isn’t just going to change in China. You’ll be learning Chinese state-approved lessons in every university around the world.

– Rewrite history

The Communist Party of China has very publicly declared its intention to rewrite history. In a speech, President Xi Jinping told his country that he was working to improve “international communication” so that they could “present a true, multi-dimensional, and panoramic view of China.”

That might sound like a lot of fluff, but other documents from the People’s Republic show exactly what that means. China is determined to rewrite what they consider “Western misconceptions” of history—or, in other words, to replace the world’s perception of history with theirs.

One of the bullet points on their agenda is to change our concept of Chairman Mao and to get the world to accept him as a wise, influential leader. They want to break down the perception that the rise of communism in China brought problems and make it seem gentler. And they want to get rid of the idea that the Tiananmen Square Massacre was an injustice.

  • Media consumed will be Propaganda 

A night at the movies, when China is in power, is going to be like a night at the Chinese propaganda ministry.

China has been blunt about their goals. They want the movies in theaters to—as Xi Jinping put it—“extol our Party, our country, our people, and our heroes” and to make sure China is portrayed “as a civilized place featuring a rich history, with good government and a developed economy.”

Beginnings

David Rockefeller: “The Social Experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s Leadership is One of the Most Important and Successful in History.”

Wanted to start with this quote by the famous mouldy dropped potato who with Henry Kissiner always bragged about the Chinese system being of what the world should be. The Rockefeller family going back to the patriarch always enjoyed doing business with these guys and some even say allegedly had their hands dipped in the communism structure today, as a place where globalists can runtuter while the minorities suffer.

Chi-com Agents

https://nationalinterest.org/commentary/five-ways-china-spies-10008

In order to maintain power one must send out their most experienced spies to gather intel and feed it back to the boss. There is no doubt the chi-com spies are the most equipped, as every country has its share of Chinese population, this being due to families leaving the country as they would like to have more than one child or they are just fed up with the communist system the influenced by the starchy mutated root vegetables. Below is a list of the most well known Chinese communist agents:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Chinese_spy_cases_in_the_United_States

Chinese Honey Trap System

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/how-china-has-built-its-extensive-honey-trap-spy-network

Going through the list you can see examples of how the system works. However, the honey trap system works quite well for the Chi-coms. Sure, it works well for every country as sex can be the next best bribe after money (depending on who you ask). How many are out there that we don’t know about?

In this scenario Christine Fang is the mysterious woman that was seducing her way to the democratic party. Found an interesting area to target as she slept with democrat Eric Swalwell and mingled around in the bay area (which also helps that it’s the home of the tech giants at Silicon Valley), and was infiltrating the democratic party from 2011-2015.

Chinese Spies in Australia

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9268575/Australia-faces-greatest-threat-foreign-spies.html

Now, this can be an in the moment story as the Australia-China tensions are heating up, but there is no doubt that there are chi-com agents donderlingering in Australia. The fact that China is the closest power house country generated big business and also what can an island floating in the pacific with no neighbours be of use to these guys. We have discussed in the past how they have purchased almost all the land, water and commodities in Australia but what else is left. In July 2020, there was a massive cyber attack on Australia and all fingers were pointing to China. China is believed to be behind a major cyber-attack on Australia as Optus & TPG continue to install Chinese equipment in Australian businesses & homes linked with the Communist Chinese Government.

William Liqiang

https://www.dw.com/en/chinese-spy-defects-spills-top-state-secrets-to-australia/a-51379381

Wang Liqiang, is a Chinese defector to Australia and self-proclaimed former spy. In November 2019, Wang sought political asylum in Australia, claiming to be a spy who was involved in the People’s Republic of China’s intervention in the affairs of Hong Kong SAR and Taiwan. The factual accuracy of his claims is disputed. Wang’s case drew worldwide attention. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison described allegations of a Chinese plot to infiltrate Australia’s parliament as “deeply disturbing”. “I would caution anyone leaping to any conclusions about these matters. And that’s why we have these agencies.” On 24 November 2019, the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) confirmed that Wang’s allegations were being taken “seriously”, but did not comment on the merits thereof. It is stated that if he returns to China he will be executed.

Reason for China/Australia Tensions

Coal is the highest-profile Chinese target in the Australia row. Beijing effectively all but banned imports from Australia as part of its efforts to pressure Canberra on several issues, ranging from Australia’s call for an international investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic to the decision to block Huawei from Australia’s 5G network rollout.

China’s imports of Australian coal have collapsed, with vessel-tracking and port data showing just 687,000 tonnes were discharged in December, down from the 2020 peak of 9.46 million tonnes in June.

But the data also show that Australia’s overall exports haven’t really suffered, with December shipments of 33.82 million tonnes being the best month in 2020.

While the cold snap across north Asia boosted demand from Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, it also appears Australia has managed to ship more coal to other regional consumers, such as India, Vietnam and Thailand.

Iron ore etc. 

https://m.investing.com/news/commodities-news/column-china-fails-to-learn-from-trump-backfire-in-trade-war-is-losing-against-australia–russell-2399862

Jack Ma

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Ma

Jack Ma is the co-founder of Alibabagroup, a technology conglomerate in China which we previously touched upon in regards to providing the needed logistical support in the form of hardware and, more crucially, troves of personal data required by the social credit system. This latte has been all over the news lately due to a possible forced disappearance. 

It all started when one of Jack’s company’s was going to be placed on the market, however Shanghai Stock pulled the plug. The official reason was “significant change” in the regulatory environment. But according to a later report by the Wall Street Journal, China’s leader Xi Jinping has long wanted to cut Jack Ma down to size. So cross with the Xi, you get the D. He recently appeared in a video saying he hasn’t been kidnapped, but is it all a front for putting people in place?

Uighurs

Who are the Uighurs? 

The Uyghurs are an ethnic minority living in China’s northwestern Xinjiang province.

Being predominantly Muslim, Uyghurs are closer ethnically and culturally to other Central Asian nations like Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan.

Uyghurs lived in the Xinjiang region for around 1,000 years before it was amalgamated into China in the mid-18th century.

So what is happening to the Uyghurs in China now? 

The chinese government is expanding detention camps in an effort to suppress the Uighur Muslim minority. At least 1 million Uighurs have been placed in “camps” since 2017. The Chinese government has denied that these camps even exist but after a series of photos that were leaked/released the government back tracked and changed their stance stating that they were “re-education centres” for Uighurs. 

Surviving victims say they were detained, interrogated and beaten due to their religious beliefs. There was no “re-education” taking place. 

Countless people are being gang raped / killed / tortured used in slave camps.

Biden dismisses Uighur genocide as part of China’s ‘different norms’

https://nypost.com/2021/02/17/biden-says-uighur-genocide-is-part-of-chinas-different-norms/

Why are they being targeted?

Terrorist attacks that happened in 2013 & 2014 which Uighur militants claimed responsibility for.

 Or you can see this as China stomping out religious freedom, if you place your belief in a faith, a religion with a set of ideologies, a set of rules that set a standard of how you live & how you treat other than it is believed by the CCP that you will reject their beliefs and ideologies.  

You can see some similarities of this in the US, the leftist media & even congress were at one point talking about taking the children away from Trump supporters in order to re-educated them, or even that bat shit crazy AOC talking about liberating the people oppressed in the south. Even fucking Nancy “DSL” Pelosi labeling Trump supporters as “domestic terrorists”. 

Hong Kong 

The extradition bill which triggered the first protest was introduced in April. It would have allowed for criminal suspects to be extradited to mainland China under certain circumstances.

Opponents said this risked exposing Hongkongers to unfair trials and violent treatment. They also argued the bill would give China greater influence over Hong Kong and could be used to target activists and journalists.

Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets. After weeks of protests, leader Carrie Lam eventually said the bill would be suspended indefinitely.

How did the protests escalate?

Protesters feared the bill could be revived, so demonstrations continued, calling for it to be withdrawn completely.

By then clashes between police and protesters had become more frequent and violent.

In September, the bill was finally withdrawn, but protesters said this was “too little, too late”.

On 1 October, while China was celebrating 70 years of Communist Party rule, Hong Kong experienced one of its most “violent and chaotic days”.

An 18-year-old was shot in the chest with a live bullet as protesters fought officers with poles, petrol bombs and other projectiles.

The government then banned protesters wearing face masks, and in early November a pro-Beijing lawmaker was stabbed in the street by a man pretending to be a supporter.

One week later, a policeman shot one protester at close range when activists were trying to set up a road block. Later that day another man was set on fire by anti-government protesters.

In November, a standoff between police and students barricaded on the campus of Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University became another defining moment.

Later that month, the territory held local council elections that were seen as a barometer of public opinion.

The vote saw a landslide victory for the pro-democracy movement, with 17 of the 18 councils now controlled by pro-democracy councillors.

What do the protesters want?

Some protesters have adopted the motto: “Five demands, not one less!” These are:

  • For the protests not to be characterised as a “riot”
  • Amnesty for arrested protesters
  • An independent inquiry into alleged police brutality
  • Implementation of complete universal suffrage

The fifth demand, the withdrawal of the bill, has already been met.

Chinese president Xi Jinping has warned against separatism, saying any attempt to divide China would end in “bodies smashed and bones ground to powder”.

What is Hong Kong’s status?

Hong Kong is a former British colony handed back to China in 1997.

It has its own judiciary and a separate legal system from mainland China. Those rights include freedom of assembly and freedom of speech.

But those freedoms – the Basic Law – expire in 2047 and it is not clear what Hong Kong’s status will then be.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/feb/13/hong-kong-alarm-over-proposed-law-that-could-ban-anyone-from-leaving

Interesting News stories to touch on: 

China published to Twitter a “falsified” and “repugnant” propaganda post of an Australian soldier holding a knife to the throat of a child. https://www.news.com.au/national/politics/china-trolls-australia-with-sick-doctored-image/news-story/2f48f2199dfa76eb26c55b76d664cf23

https://www.news.com.au/technology/innovation/military/chinas-bold-new-fishing-plan-on-australias-doorstep-increases-tensions/news-story/a27224ce439fe490a93a7be81efb6148