By Chris Faure for the Saker Blog
The hot question among a number of hot questions is: What will China do?
Is there clarity? I would argue yes there is .. some. The paradox is that West pushes for terms of a new partitioning of the world (democracy summit, unending belligerence, cynical, and hypocritical paranoia), while Russia and China expect terms of surrender. According to China, there has to be payback for past empire atrocities.
In such an environment a kinetic hot war makes little sense because there is no overt military threat against western leadership. I would argue that Russia’s ultimatum is military containment by agreement, as a first step. I would also argue that because we do not have insight into step 2 (military/technical counter-threats), we cannot reason that step 2 is not highly coordinated with China, to the nth degree. It is so that the USA is no longer the world’s only ‘indispensable nation’. They are now dispensable and replaceable in their current form and the hope is that they reform themselves.
As there is much that we do not know in terms of further steps, there is also much that we do not know about how China is going to interrelate. What we do know is that they will be a part of the final dethroning of Western powers’ force for empire. We know this, because they said so and China is dead serious.
Russia made their proposals known. China did too, just today.
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on the United States to work with China to find out the way of peaceful coexistence between the two major countries. He noted some people in the United States are unwilling to admit that other countries also have the right to development, unwilling to accept the fact that China is growing stronger and making progress, unwilling to agree that China and the United States can achieve mutual benefit and win-win results, and are trying to form a camp to contain and suppress China.
“The wrong words and deeds of the U.S. side not only seriously damage the interests of the two peoples, but also seriously impact world peace and stability” Wang said.
Here are the Chinese statements over the past few days:
Shortly after the Putin/Xi Jingping virtual meeting, this question was posed to Foreign Minister Spokesperson Wang Wenbin. Mr Wenbin is a highly competent diplomat.
Question from TASS: In his virtual meeting with Russian President Putin, President Xi Jinping said China will continue to carry out flexible and diverse cooperation with Russia and other member states of the Collective Security Treaty Organization to safeguard security and stability in the region. What challenges are China and Russia facing in this aspect? What can China and Russia do to safeguard regional security?
Wang Wenbin: On December 15, President Xi Jinping had a virtual meeting with Russian President Putin. The two heads of state had an in-depth exchange of views on core and major issues of common concerns including safeguarding regional security, and achieved new, important consensus.
The world is witnessing the combined forces of changes and a pandemic both unseen in a century against the backdrop of complex and profound changes in international and regional landscape. We believe that China and Russia, two permanent members of the UN Security Council, take on an important mission in defending regional peace and stability and promoting development and revitalization of all countries. For some time, certain countries have been drawing ideological lines, building new military blocs and stoking regional tensions, which have all brought grave threats and challenges to regional peace and stability and global strategic stability. China and Russia firmly reject this. We will continue to follow the two leaders’ consensus, take up responsibility, unite all forces that love peace and support peace, and make active contribution to realizing sustained, universal and common security in the region and the wider world.
Certain sentences and words need to be lifted out of ‘diplo-speak’.
Note, the question from the TASS reporter is about regional security. Mr Wenbin, in his response, brought it back to the strategic stability of the wider world.
This sentence: Russia/China take on important mission in defending regional peace and stability and promoting development and revitalization of all countries.
Again, he then speaks about Global Strategic Stability and not only regional.
For some time, certain countries have been drawing ideological lines, building new military blocs and stoking regional tensions, which have all brought grave threats and challenges to regional peace and stability and global strategic stability.
And here is the shocker:
We will continue to follow the two leaders’ consensus, take up responsibility, unite all forces that love peace and support peace, and make active contribution to realizing sustained, universal and common security in the region and the wider world.
The phrase the two leader’s consensus indicates that all plans have been made, everyone stands at the ready, and Putin and Xi Jinping will take the next step probably on a phone call. The fate of the world is now in the hands of Putin and Xi Jinping. It is astonishing that China is subjecting itself to The Consensus of the Two Leaders and shows without a shadow of a doubt that they are acting in full concert, strategically, politically, economically coordinated, and we know militarily as well, we just don’t know to what extent.
Another statement from Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Wenbin: This statement is interesting in that it shows the emotion (which I’ve never seen him display) of the Chinese people. They are at the end of their strategic patience as well and this is how they feel.
“The era in which the USA acted arbitrarily in the world under the pretext of democracy and human rights is now over.”
CHINA: “The era in which the USA acted arbitrarily in the world under the pretext of democracy and human rights is now over.”
— ASB News / MILITARY〽️ (@ASBMilitary) December 15, 2021
Currently, the destruction that the Western powers waged on the world, is transparent. Take a look: Pentagon documents reveal ‘deeply flawed’ US air war: report
Russia and China are stepping into alternative world relations still based on the UN Charter and Law, and based on respect between countries, and more than that, they are proving that it is possible since the first discussions of multi-polarity in the world in 2015 and the first public discussions of Belt and Road in 2013. For years now Russia and China tried to help the Western powers out of their sorry state; but the time has come. ‘Gung-ho’ and ‘wolf warrior diplomacy’ seem to be over and at least from China side, this is a tipping point. The Western powers need to face their downright self-inflicted humiliation. This will happen economically by moving the world to a new economic system with new economic tools and will go right through to military intervention should the Western powers continue their arbitrary actions. But nobody will be fighting the ‘West’s War’ and I submit we may see something quite unanticipated by our usual analysis and calculus. It is already unprecedented that Mr. Lavrov published his diplomatic correspondence with France and Germany regarding the Ukraine. It is also unprecedented for draft proposals from Russia to be open to the public at this stage. We are in an unprecedented time.
The fact that both Russia, China, and Iran do not start the shooting, is incontrovertible proof that they are genuine in their statements that they want to bring peace.
China is in, boots ‘n all. If a regional conflagration should break out and it is in Russia’s ballpark (the Ukraine), and Russia can deal with it on her own, China will make sure that the Russian soldiers are the best outfitted and supported of any modern military force that we have ever seen. You will see a voentorg to beat all voentorgs. Russian forces will drink champagne and eat oysters (OK, this is shameless hyperbole, but it makes the point).
Taiwan has simmered down. The latest words there from China in the person of Foreign Minister Wang Yi, is Taiwan’s reunification with China is a question of time. “China must and will be reunified,” he stressed. He noted that there has been growing support for the ‘One-China’ principle around the world, referring to the recent decision by the government of Nicaragua to break ties with Taipei. “Ten days ago, we resumed diplomatic relations with Nicaragua. The total number of countries with [whom China has] diplomatic ties has increased to 181, and the one-China consensus has been consolidated internationally,” he said.
If there is a fight, no matter the size, or the manner of the fight, the Chinese are in and I would argue that they are in right now! Nobody can beat them at producing what is necessary for a fight. Their own aircraft carrier battle groups are out in the ocean through the near Pacific, South China Seas and other seas. One has to get used to how China presents things. Even the media reporting these maneuvers, puts scare quotes around the words “routine drills”. Battle groups are out for scare quoted “routine drills”. They do not say that China is readying herself for a defense of her own basin, in which case Russia will support in the same way that China will support Russia. Will anyone be able to penetrate beyond and inside the first island chain?
So, it is clear that the Russia/China double helix is operating fine currently. Mr Wang is not playing a good cop to Russia’s bad cop. He is making it clear that what is happening is not only a Russian problem, but a problem of the strategic stability in the world, It affects not only Russia, but China as well, and no longer can one entity be allowed to attack others like fish in a barrel.
We cannot think of a multi-front war: the West cannot possibly be that deranged.
Yet, the ludicrous rhetoric in the Western spheres continues apace and distracts from reality. It is hardly worthwhile rebutting every accusation. China is not using much rhetoric currently but we can be sure that they note this rhetoric. Knowing the strategic situation in the world, they are not rebutting. There is no need.
We need men ” … who want to sit on a throne of Chinese skulls …”
Tucker Carlson’s guest: “We don’t need a military that’s woman-friendly, that’s gay friendly” we need men “who want to sit on a throne of Chinese skulls, but we don’t have that now. We can’t get women off of naval vessels, that should be step one but most are pregnant anyway.” pic.twitter.com/9uNzdbx0ON
— nikki mccann ramírez (@NikkiMcR) December 18, 2021
Andrei Martyanov is causing high hilarity about USA representatives that want to ‘kill themselves some Ruskis’ and even offers up a few:
This boy, obviously, despite his tour in Iraq never saw a real war and a real enemy who can actually kill you back even when one is in the bunker inside your own army base.
We can conclude then that the slew of accusations made to Russia, are similar in tone and also in substance, as those made to China. The minds of these accusers cannot contemplate a peaceful world. It seems to be impossible for them. Although Russia is not threatening the Ukraine, and China is not threatening her own Taiwanese province, they believe their belligerent rhetoric can make it so.
Western states are slowly approaching the state of being disconcerted and soon now they will enter a stage of being stunned, as they are now being dictated to on the red lines of the other forces in the world. We can never forget Iran, which showed everyone how to say NO! There will be no conformity to Western red lines. I venture to say that the USA and cronies will not even be allowed to keep operating their Monroe Doctrine. They will not be allowed a sphere of influence. They will only be allowed their space as a pole in multi-polarity. The leftist candidate won the elections in Chile yesterday (although there are questions as to how ‘empire-proof’ he is). The one slogan that was visible is: “If neocolonialism started in Chile, we will end it in Chile”.
Within China, China is looking after China. They are developing their space program, their Belt and Road which is ‘a force for good’ in the world, and building their economy and continuing to create an increasingly varied and better life for their people. The Olympic Games will continue, and in time Taiwan will reunify.
They are also, with Russia and others, building out a new financial system for the world.
What can stop a war at this stage?
- The West has a very strong and simple reason to avoid a new war: They will lose. Their actions are now futile.
- The USA is dying. Xi and Putin can still decide to let it die and continue to stay out of the fray. But they have made the decision to enter a confrontational era. We could speculate as to why as the situation reveals itself.
- China, Asia or the AsiaPacific is ready to end the empirical era. Both Russia and China are ready to end the empirical era in such a way that retaliatory strikes are almost impossible. It is a most complex ballet of threat and counterthreat, coherently managed by the two countries. Russia is not arriving, China is not arriving and Iran is not arriving for the war that the hegemon is inviting them to. How frustrating for them.
What can stop a war? China and Russia, the consensus of the two leaders probably can. I repeat: “The era in which the USA acted arbitrarily in the world under the pretext of democracy and human rights is now over.”
Yankee Go Home!
It’s all about the old mystery: are your adversaries just lying or actually crazy? Lying would lead to peace through negotiation but crazy leads to war and possible end of civilization.
The suggestion of Russian generals not being to shop in Paris looks like a joke. It suggests delusion, craziness. Add to this various remarks by US leaders ( a Senator in particular) that nuclear war is OK.
OTOH, the past tells us that EU leaders are utter vassals and lie in public. Years ago, they pleaded with Reagan not to bomb Qaddaffi but privately asked that he be killed.
I hope China is not so afraid of losing US dollar value that they drag their feet in regard to Digital Yuan. Set up terminals across the globe and US hegemony will rapidly evaporate. This would be a peaceful outcome.
In the end, the US might fear triggering too many situations at once: Ukraine, blockade of Taiwan, war with Iran ( while they shot missiles at Israel) and the economy falters. Remember, the US is intimidated by men wearing dresses – while acting brave towards Russia/China. Good Luck with all that.
What? No. The US is *lead* by men wearing dresses. Queue that pic of all the trans ?men? who are top brass in US military.
Seen that yt of the Russian | Chinese | American recruitment adverts.
The US one is a cartoon. Yes. An actual animated cartoon of a female recruit raised by her “two moms”.
Aussie guy provides a [obscenity ridden] analysis of the three adverts
Here’s one without opinionated Aussie. (Probably the safest choice)
White Whale: So China and Russia are defending sovereignty while the dying empire is defending diversity. Ha! The Aussie gets it right. Made me laugh too.
That military balance graphic above is deceptive when it states that America only has 3750 nukes while Russia has 6400.
The graphic for Russia is counting those Russian nukes that have been retired (around 1700) as part of the Russian nuclear arsenal.
But for the USA, it does NOT count those American nukes that have been retired (around 1900) as part of the American nuclear arsenal.
In other words, it is applying different counting methodologies to the American and Russian nuclear arsenals—likely in order to downplay the American nuclear threat, while hyping the “deadly” Russian-Chinese alliance.
Status of World Nuclear Forces
I totally understand your frustration at having to come to terms with the fact that America is now ‘regular’ rather than ‘exceptional’ but your link still shows Russia having 657 more nuclear warheads than the US. Your disdain for a multi polar world is visceral, nonetheless make peace with it because it is unstoppable. Thank God.
What’s difference, if you have one thousand or two thousand nuclear bombs? All it takes is one to pulverise New York metropolitan area or Moscow metropolitan area for that matter. Stop wasting your time.
Now it is official policy: USA’s hatred of China is genocidal, and Tucker Carlson is a leading “battering ram” that is conditioning the Western public to dehumanise Chinese people.
China desperately needs everything necessary to manufacture A-235s and S-500s, whatever the (economic & political) price. If he has not already done so, if I were Xi Jinping I would promise Vladimir Putin to rebuild Eastern Ukraine (after the Nazis are destroyed) into a gigantic Shenzhen, as part of a deal to get A-235 blueprints.
“The day of reckoning will eventually come for the US military who committed the crimes of killing innocent civilians in many countries”
This is the most important sentence. This means that China and Russia is about to form International Court for War Crimes without Western influence.
That also means they feel able to bring those accused of war crimes to justice. One way or another.
Ending western exceptionalism is goal way beyond winning WW3.
Many interesting ideas and a great conclusion.
I just take exception with the first part of your thinking in the following quote :
“It is astonishing that China is subjecting itself to The Consensus of the Two Leaders and shows without a shadow of a doubt that they are acting in full concert, strategically, politically, economically coordinated, and we know militarily as well, we just don’t know to what extent.”
China is an a-religious country.
Its early-power society inherited animism from its tribal societies and it constantly actualized animism with present changing trends by topping it with add-ons in the same way as open-source software adapts innovations from the community… Now animism was a highly pragmatic knowledge formation approach that is rooted in observation over the long haul that led to the induction of abstract principles from this observation. Animism remains in application today in the Chinese traditional culture (animism+).
This means that China is — a-religious — and highly pragmatic. What this means is that the Chinese thinking is not driven by ideology.
Having said that the Chinese have been observing the vile racist aggression coming out of the West over the last few years. They have spoken little. They have observed and have been thinking hard. And now …as you write “They are at the end of their strategic patience… ‘The era in which the USA acted arbitrarily in the world under the pretext of democracy and human rights is now over’.”
The fact is that Chinese leaders know darn well that they have not much of a history in diplomacy which means, if I may say so, that their practice is not very well oiled. That is why China, in all humility, openly recognizes Russia’s ‘panache’ in the diplomatic field and now relies on it to position itself.
So it was only natural for China to let Russia publicly initiate the movement forward in their common play for a new world order. China publicly sided with Russia when it announced its treaty-proposal/ultimatum and what is most important is that China detains the weapon of last resort which is the termination of US dollar payments for the delivery of its goods and services.
Yesterday in a comment on the Saker’s article I mentioned that the timing of both Russian and Chinese present actions is related to the convergence of 5 factors that create a moment of opportunity for them to size the high-ground while pushing the US under water.
What I did not mention is that China’s weapon of last resort is now ready to be implemented on a large scale. By October there were already 140 million people who had opened “wallets” for the use of China’s new digital yuan and remember that this digital yuan has been designed also for external use which means for international exchanges that will thus for the first time be free of Swift’s intervention and Washington’s judicial long arm…
There are very few who understand the potential power of the digital yuan, if it goes international. It doesn’t have to displace the dollar in national reserves right away. It just needs to be available to sanctioned nations to end US soft power as well as roil the banks and SWIFT.
Russia/China can supply almost anything that the US might forbid. There are a few high tech products remaining but those will fade in a few years.
Here is Richard Turrin, one of the rare people who knows what he is talking about, answering technical questions bout the use of the Digital Yuan.
Big Tech in China and the Digital Yuan by Oriol Cauvilla
China’s Central Bank Digital Currency by Fat tail Investment Research
The one slogan that was visible is: “If neocolonialism started in Chile, we will end it in Chile”.
I believe it was (Chicago Boys-style) “neoliberalism” that the protestors said “started in Chile and will end in Chile”, not “neocolonialism”. Though that may well be ended too!
War can be stopped by removal of the maniacs running the US, EU & UK.
Removal of the Democrats and RINOs in the US (their leadership particularly) should the main priority along with EU elites who are pushing for war with Russia and China. And the UK conservatives will be in it as well.
If Russia & China also withdrew from the UN, WTO etc… along with their allies (Eastern Europe, Iran etc) it would also bring an end to evil globalist forces based in the EU who want control over everything.
Cut off energy supplies to the EU if there is any provocative action would be completely justified by Russia.
Selective targeting is the way to deal with all this.
If Russia and China are to stand together and actively push back against the depredations of the US Empire then the key question arises ‘do they have the means and acumen to confront the global arbiters of financial capital who manifest their power to monopolise and impose on humanity an exploitive global system that fuels systemic disorder and unrestrained expansion’?
if anyone sit on a throne of skulls its USA
Here’s a geopolitical analysis you won’t find too often. Below is a summary of Brendon O’Connell’s videos, followed by a link to one of them. All claims are of course backed by evidence. Do be sure to watch the videos
Disclaimer: this isn’t to stay that U.S war crimes over the years were acceptable – they weren’t – it simply means that the U.S did what the bankers wanted it to do (in part to help Israel’s greater Israel project), just as Russia and China are now doing the same thing.
The Rothschilds bankrolled communism in Russia and China, and were instrumental in the development of the state of Israel.
Through Russian Jews and soviet military types, the bankers then populated/infiltrated Israel and America, and America helped to fund Israel in its aspirations for a greater Israel, etc. Arab states were initially a barrier to this, but this has been whittled down to next to nothing in recent times, with the leaders of the Arabs also being captured by the bankers.
Presently, Israel is in a position where it’s no longer protected by America, but is a power in its own right, working hand in glove with (still captured) Russia and China, as part of the Belt and Road initiative, to bring about a pan Eurasian internet of things surveillance state, with Israel as its head.
Conflicts between Israel and Arab states, and any support Russia or China might have for these states, is largely contrived in order to 1. Keep people distracted; 2. Create the tension needed to justify the high tech designed in Israel and manufactured and tested in China.
Israel has stolen this technology from America.
Israel is a high tech juggernaut, which, in the age of such technology, makes it a serious power to be reckoned with.
In order to help with the success of the abovementioned pan Eurasian internet of things surveillance state – now that Israel, in particular, is sufficiently strong and the Arab states are sufficiently weakened – Israel, Russia and China (and of course the Rothschilds) now need the following things from America: 1. America out of Eurasia and the Middle East. Steps towards this have been realised under both Trump and Biden; 2. America to become weaker and poorer. The reason for these requirements is that America, despite being largely captured itself, still has some genuine people in important positions, including intelligence and the military, who could possibly thwart the globalists’ aspirations, if left unchecked.
Once sufficiently weakened, America, now a more complete tool of the bankers, would still be in a position to drive the surveillance state in its own part of the world, including South America and Canada.
Some things about Brendon O’Connell. In the late 2000s, he broke the largest espionage case in history, exposing the almost absolute extent to which Israel had breached the national security of countries around the world. Months before his court date, on charges of racism in his home state of Western Australia, the state government held a friends of Israel rally which was attended in person by the Israeli ambassador to the U.S, the U.S secretary of state, 100+ members of the Australian parliament and 26 000 Jews and Christians from America. Additionally, the Israeli deputy foreign minister was in attendance via video link and almost 100% of America’s political class wrote letters of support for the event. It looks like some serious feathers were ruffled and so the MSM hardly even touched the story, including the media in Iran. Brendon, was sentenced to 3 years in prison, was severely bashed, and now spends his days on the run.
Let me help out here. That guy speaks the biggest bunch of nonsense – he creates his own emergencies or conspiracy theories, solves them all by himself, and in a circular pattern, creates data that supports himself.
If you want to watch him, well, it is of course each to his own, but let’s not have this ludicrousness on the Saker Blog. It is not by a long shot geopolitical analysis, it is flights of fancy.
I’m not saying you’re definitely wrong, but are you able to be more specific about why you’re correct? Brendon has made several positive claims – across multiple videos – and I’m not sure that simply referring to them as conspiracy ludicrousness is sufficient to help anyone out.
I understand that not every whacked out claim is worth addressing directly, but when:
1. whole books and other materials- of good quality – explain how Wall Street and others were behind communist Russia and China, the cold war and Israel, and are behind much more besides; 2. Anatoliy Golitsyn predicted – with 90+% accuracy – what would happen, including to America, during and after the so called collapse of the Soviet Union; 3. The direction of China, for one, with regard to its level of surveillance and social credit, is very far from being an indisputably good one; 4. Israel, given its size, does have a disproportionate level of involvement in high tech; 5. *Christian theology – lest we succumb to rationalism – expects the end times, and for these times to be marked with a one world government, portraying itself to be the bringer of peace, while deep down inside being a ravenous wolf
I think it’s beneath the Saker to simply brush this off with what looks to at least be bordering on ad hominems. From where I stand at the moment, it would almost seem that people who hate America – because of it’s disgusting liberal culture and it’s wars of aggression over the years – simply gravitate towards more conservative looking nations, without questioning whether the conservatism is real.
Ok, Putin says transgenderism for children is a crime, and Xi has banned girly boys from TV, but what if things aren’t as they seem, and for reasons I’ve only touched on above?
Is there anything I’ve said that’s so incorrect and unreasonable that it deserves nothing more than what you’ve said?
*I understand that you might not be a Christian, in which case it’s more than likely you’ve underestimated the sophistication of Christian thought, including how – to put it briefly – our sense of self and reasoning is only possible with the Christian God. On the other hand, if you are a Christian, then you’ll know that the end must surely come, and that 1. There are enough signs at the moment to at least be asking questions; 2. the end times deception won’t advertise itself with neon signs.
Vasily, I told you what I think of this. That does not mean that you should come back and advertise it some more, this time writing it out in case somebody missed it. I might just think you are advertising.
You are also way off the actual discussion here.
For end-time discussions, at least escatology that can be defended, go and check out Sheik Imram Hussein. I don’t like Christians that push faulty ideology for an emotional whammy, but that is just me.
Your point one could do with some serious study in what exactly multi-polarity means. Whole Books Uh? Which ones?
Your points about China are clearly not supportable as right at this moment you probably cannot explain to me where surveillance exists, and what the social credit system is, where it is rolled out and where not, and who is included.
Israel – a disproportionate tech sector? How? You cannot support that because ‘disproportionate’ is not a measure – it is a feel-good value statement. Disproportionate to what?
Just stop peacefully now with this OK. The standard here at the Vineyard is honest opinion and real facts you link to sources that are reliable and credible.
Amarynth, my post is certainly relevant, it just doesn’t accord with your views. I’ll therefore continue – especially because I’m not being unreasonable. That you dislike Christians talking about their views is neither here nor there. In the event that they don’t, I freely choose to talk about things as I want to.
Before I get to the main point, which is somewhat of a rehash of what I’ve written before, but with important enough differences, I’ll address some of the points you’ve raised.
The Sheik: what’s he got to do with my world view? From a Christian perspective, he’s irrelevant.
Books: you can start with Antony Sutton’s Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution. From there, you can do a bit of digging around yourself can’t you? Or do your standards put that beneath you?
China’s surveillance etc: are you denying that China doesn’t have a vast and ever growing surveillance system, and that the corresponding social credit doesn’t act to control people’s behaviour, with at least the potential of being grossly abused? Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a fan of democracy and free speech per se, and I’m not against strong leadership either; but in the form its currently taking, and at the hands of people I don’t trust, China – for me – is very dangerous.
Disproportionate: this isn’t hard to understand. When a relatively small nation like Israel is being accused of having the keys to the heart of a technological world, and could therefore shut down the power of nations many times bigger than itself, thereby bringing those nations to their knees, I would call that disproportionate; and all the more when Israel should otherwise not have been able to be in that position.
Now, on the basis that Christianity is the truth, politics, which can’t be divorced from the Christian outlook, begins to look like the following, particularly in more recent times, as backed up by supporting material. (The fact that someone doesn’t believe in Christianity doesn’t automatically disqualify this view as a valid way of interpreting world events.)
The bankers arrange for communism in Russia and China. Regarding the former, especially, this gives rise to the cold war, which is used to feed the military industrial complex, including of course the armament of the U.S as a formidable power. This is the bankers first real foothold on the modern world.
The state of Israel is created with the purpose of being (at least) the (eventual) capital of the forces of evil, whose goal is to own and run the entire world.
The banker funded communists, over time, strategically install themselves into positions in the U.S and Israel so as to use the growing military and financial might of the U.S to aid Israel in subduing the enemies of her existence and expansion – the Arabs.
The U.S wars against communism in Korea and Vietnam certainly do no harm in heightening fears around the red terror, and adding to America’s/Israel’s financial, military and technological capabilities.
As modern day Israel’s position in the Middle East becomes more solidified, and Israel’s dependence on U.S support begins to wane, the collapse of the Soviet Union is strategically announced, providing for 1. Russia’s transition from an overtly communist and anti traditional nation to a covert one; 2. America’s transition from ramped up patriotism and exceptionalism to a sense of manufactured complacency, self loathing and social discord.
All the while, China is allowed, if not helped, to develop in a way that suits the bankers ends: the eventual complete control of everything and everyone on earth. Israel, with its access to U.S resources, is instrumental in helping China’s development.
As such, the banker/communist-cum-technocrat influences now well entrenched in Russia, China, Israel and the U.S – to name only a few of the main players – has allowed for 1. The perceived tension between actors necessary for continued military and technological development, for whatever finishing touches might be needed; 2. The near complete existence of technocratic China as a ‘test lab’ for international expansion in this field; 3. The near complete destruction of the Arab states, at the expense of Israel’s hopes for expansion; 4. Israel’s near complete independence from U.S support and it’s ability to more openly ally itself with Russia and China; 5. The near complete ability to subject the Middle East and Eurasia – a massive chunk of the world! – to technocracy; 6. The near complete ability for Israel to be the main power, thanks to its strangle hold on fundamental technological infrastructure; 7. The near complete destruction of America, which is perhaps the only nation, when healthy, that could have saved the world from the tyranny of a global technocracy; 8. The near complete ability to have the U.S be nothing more than the driver for technocracy in the Americas and the West.
(Note: that Russia and China appear to have more conservative values could, in the scheme I’m suggesting, be just as much a utilitarian product of how these values are well known for their stabilising effects – now that these countries are where the bankers want them to be – as they are a product of anything more noble. Contrast this with where America is right now, and the degenerate behaviour that’s being promoted – not by accident, but by design, for the purpose of manipulating America into its next role – just as Russia and China were once also degraded, and in many respects still are)
I would also add here that the fulfilment of the bankers plans – for now – isn’t assured; and that something could intervene to forestall them.
This, as I said at the start, is geopolitical analysis Christian style. If one doesn’t believe in Christianity, then all that can be said is they don’t believe it, and that they choose to interpret events in a different way. An attempt to dismantle Christianity at its theological roots could also be a way to try and proceed. But to say that its ludicrous on its face and doesn’t qualify as actual geopolitical analysis – especially when evidence of high level corruption exists, and reading between the lines can’t be altogether forbidden – is a statement that fails to encompass bigger questions, as though geopolitics – or should I say geopoliticism? – is the only lens through which we can view things.
I was hoping for the appearance of at least a clever troll. This one is halfway there. Trying hard to use the Saker Blog to gain some relevance.
But, neither relevant, not even close to the topic. That is how we know them.
“…China is not threatening her own Chinese province…”
Derogatory quip removed, MOD
1. The PRC has been flying its jets within ROC airspace repeatedly in recent weeks.
2. Taiwan is an integral part of China, just as Northern Ireland is an integral part of Ireland, but Taiwan Province has never been a part of the PRC and did not “secede” from the PRC, just as Northern Ireland did not “secede” from the Republic of Ireland. Austria used to be considered a part of Germany; that does not mean the Federal Republic of Germany has any right to Austria.
Oh dear, let me say it one more time.
ROC does not exist. The UN said so.
Taiwan is not a country. Taiwan does not want to secede from China Mainland.
Again Taiwan is not a country, not de facto, not de jure. China is one country with two systems. It has been confirmed by the almighty US itself, and not too long ago.
China can fly over its own territory as much as it wants. Half of the supposed AIDIZ is over China Mainland.
MoonofAlabama wrote it down in detail The Ai. https://www.moonofalabama.org/2021/10/how-ap-reuters-and-scmp-propagandize-their-readers-against-china.html#more
Taiwan is not a country (even if you wish really hard)
The press (under orders) is running a major deception job. Don’t be deceived.