The Chinese people would revolt against overt foreign domination, but embraceb the NWO because they think they are in control.
“By studying the triumvirate Chinese elite and their intimate ties to the Illuminati, it is clear that modern China is an Illuminati creation.”
St. John Bartholomew| Beijing -The Chinese elite is a merger between the Communist leadership, Hong Kong tycoons, and the criminal Triads. All three factions derive their power from Illuminati collaboration.
China has appeared autonomous because the Illuminati developed the country internally, funding ‘revolutionary’ political parties spouting nationalist slogans. The reasoning was that the Chinese people would revolt against overt foreign domination, but embrace their place in the NWO if they believed they were in control.
Lord Bertrand Russell revealed this plan in a report on China published in 1920:
‘Out of the renaissance spirit now existing in China, it is possible, if foreign nations can be prevented from wreaking havoc, to develop a new civilization better than any that the world has yet known.’
The fascist superpower we know today was created in the second half of the 20th century by the bogus Cold War dialectic of communism vs. capitalism.
The stage was set in 1898 when Britain and China signed a contract stipulating that Hong Kong would be handed back to the Chinese in 1997. This meant that the fierce Communism of the mainland and laissez faire capitalism of Hong Kong were always destined to merge.
The process of unification gave rise to the current China power elite. What follows is background of the three main factions.
THE COMMUNIST LEADERSHIP
Because Communism is an Illuminati creation, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are by definition, Illuminati agents.
Mao was a Soviet agent. (Mao-The Untold Story, Chang & Halliday, p.49.)
He was a product of the Yale in China “Missionary” i.e. OSS, Skull & Bones program.
The CCP implemented policies that set the foundations for an Illuminati super state. They unified the country, attacked traditional Chinese culture, instigated industrialization programs and created a common language.
‘When meeting David Rockefeller, Zhou said to him that it was necessary to find appropriate methods conducive to the development of the trade between two sides under different political systems.’
The corporate-communist merger began when Deng Xiaoping came to power in the late 1970s and introduced his market reforms with the slogan “to get rich is glorious.”
However, after 30 years of Maoism his regime was hopelessly ill equipped to run a market economy. They turned to the wealthiest Chinese tycoons in Hong Kong for guidance.
THE HONG KONG TYCOONS
The most powerful HK tycoon is Li Ka-Shing, the richest Asian in the world and an Illuminati insider.
Other prominent tycoons are ‘HK’s godfather of real estate’ Henry Fok, ‘The king of gambling’ Stanley Ho and the man who would be chosen by Beijing to head Hong Kong after the departure of the British, Tung Chee-Wa.
It is important to realize that these men rose to power and prestige in a British colony, i.e. they were vetted by the City of London to be colonial leaders. This is illustrated by the rise of Li Ka Shing.
As HK developed, Li emerged as the most brilliant Chinese entrepreneur. The ‘Brotherhood bankers’ of Hong Kong became aware of his mercantile genius and brought him into the fold.
In 1979 Li took control of Hutchinson Whampoa, one of the old British companies that had long dominated Hong Kong’s economy. Companies of such political importance are not given away casually. In 2000, the Queen awarded Li the title of ‘Knight (Commander of the Order) of the British Empire.’
In the early eighties, the tycoons and the communists had a series of meetings in Beijing. They struck a deal whereby the tycoons advised and educated the Chinese authorities about markets and in return Beijing gave them privileged access to their vast economic basin. In 1984 the two groups founded CITIC, the organization that managed China’s transition to market economy.
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