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originally posted by: WakeUpBeer
a reply to: SPECULUM
The article said, "It appears that the Chinese who took the photo, have confirmed that aliens exist.". It's stated and implied the Chinese have confirmed alien bases on the moon, and will be releasing the proof positive to the rest of the world. It's sensationalized click bait, and I'm not buying it.
Title of the article: "China Releases Moon Footage of Alien Bases"
But they didn't, did they?
originally posted by: SPECULUM
Seems as if the Chinese are getting ready to let the world in on ET. Its really about time governments fess up
China Releases Moon Footage of Alien Bases
Kissinger sought to place diplomatic pressure on the Soviet Union. He made two trips to the People's Republic of China in July and October 1971 (the first of which was made in secret) to confer with Premier Zhou Enlai, then in charge of Chinese foreign policy. According to Kissinger's book, "The White House Years", the first secret China trip was arranged through Pakistan's diplomatic and Presidential involvement that paved the way to initial vital contact with China since the Americans were unable to communicate directly with the Chinese leaders because of earlier cold relations. Kissinger would show his support for the regime in Beijing by supporting their actions during the unrest which included the Tiananmen Square Massacre.
This paved the way for the groundbreaking 1972 summit between Nixon, Zhou, and Communist Party of China Chairman Mao Zedong, as well as the formalization of relations between the two countries, ending 23 years of diplomatic isolation and mutual hostility. The result was the formation of a tacit strategic anti-Soviet alliance between China and the United States.
While Kissinger's diplomacy led to economic and cultural exchanges between the two sides and the establishment of Liaison Offices in the Chinese and American capitals, with serious implications for Indochinese matters, full normalization of relations with the People's Republic of China would not occur until 1979, because the Watergate scandal overshadowed the latter years of the Nixon presidency and because the United States continued to recognize the government of Taiwan.