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China will take the NWO down...take it down to Chinatown

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posted on Feb, 23 2005 @ 03:49 PM
China is 100 percent built up by the NWO, with a dozen military and industrial "secrets" stolen a few times a year mainly from the US by Chinese nationals.

In the same way that Russia was built up by the bankers, it can also be destroyed. I think China is the NWO's pet, and a testing ground for a cashless society as can be observed in the big cities where a workers transportation, food, pay, etc are all put onto a card.

posted on Feb, 25 2005 @ 08:52 AM
somethink to think about have a look at this

posted on Feb, 25 2005 @ 12:08 PM
You can rest assured that if there really IS an NWO plan, China is all part and parcel of it. There is no way that the iluminati-NWO would have left the country containing one-quarter of the worlds population out of their plans. The Russian revolution and the French Revolution are suspected to have been financed and engineered by the illuminati-NWO, and if that's the case, you can bet your Little Red Book that the Chinese communist revolution was as well.

Russian General Arsene De Goulevitch stated that "the MAIN purveyors of funds for the revolution, however, were neither the crackpot Russian millionaires nor the armed bandits of Lenin. The `real' money primarily came from certain British and American circles which for a long time past had lent their support to the Russian revolutionary cause...

Some speculate Russia was chosen to be the "victim" of Communist revolution and to be the required "enemy" to speed the cold-war period militarization of the U.S. Why was it chosen? Because it was the Czar who, after WW1, revealed and subsequently torpedoed the League of Nations - the NWO's first attempt at creating a European Union. Another theory is that it was because the Czar refused the Rockefellers access to the Russian oil fields.

If China is not a part of the NWO plan, then perhaps it is the source of the 200-million strong army mentioned in biblical prophecy. There is a Nostradamus quatraine that is often interpreted to states the "Great King of the Mongols" will rise to power through not being involved while other nations/powers weaken and destroy each other.

It is also possible that China has resisted the NWO's bribes, blackmails, threats, whatever until recently. The recent SARS epidemic in China stinks of a man-made, deliberately planted virus. The CCP tried to cover up the disaster until they found they could not handle it internally. Only then did they ask for outside help, and from who else but the World Health Organization - the health arm of the United Nations and the very same organization that has been circumstantially linked to nearly every outbreak of killer viruses in over-populated countries through suspicious vaccination programs. One wonders if SARS was perhaps the NWO's way of showing their hand to China and keeping them in line. The so-called "next superpower" was virtually brought to its knees within a few weeks. The streets of Beijing were literally deserted.

The preferred Iluminati method to introduce disease is via vaccinations. Dr. Len Horowitz firmly established in his 1995 book, Emerging Viruses, that the HIV virus which causes AIDS was introduced and spread throughout the majority of black populations in Africa via the World Health Organization (WHO) during their mandatory smallpox vaccine campaigns of 1976-1980

Along the same lines of reasoning, i.e. the NWO showing its power to keep the CCP on the leash, recently there was also a strange weather anomolie as day turned to night over the major city closest to the North Korean border with China. This was at the time of sensitive happenings between the US, N.Korea and China. Feel like playing a H.A.A.R.P, anyone?

Personally I doubt that China is the thorn in the NWO shoe. In fact, it may well be the trump card in hand.

[edit on 2005/2/25 by wecomeinpeace]

posted on Feb, 25 2005 @ 04:31 PM
The size of China and it's growth will start to strain their economy, especially as the standard of living rises. The same thing has happened in every other country as it has developed. China is interesting - like the Borg in a lot of ways as you have:

1. Bunch of old hard liners - living in the fifties with no clue and want to assimilate everyone
2. A smaller number of not so hard liners that get a clue
3. An even smaller number of progressives that actually get it
4. Idealistic students that want to be hard liners and live the fat cat fifties style
5. Idealistic students that want to change China for the better
6. About 2 billion peasants that just want a bowl of rice on the table and have absolutely no say in their own life or of the direction of the country

That 2 billion will be their downfall NWO or not....

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 02:19 AM
In response to eggman's link above, it is correct that China holds a massive reserve of US dollars. In the event of a particularly low dip in the value of the $US, a sudden, well-timed dump of those reserves by China could very well cause the dollar to crash completely.

However, the impending "economic attack" spoken of is not really an attack at all. It is a description of the economic policy of China since she first opened her doors; policy that the rest of the world was well aware of when they dove in to get a piece of the China-market pie. Since then, these policies have been gradually changed to be more advantageous to Western investors since China is still poor and needs outside investment in order to grow. There are currently more people in China that are in abject poverty than there are people in the United States, but you won't see them on TV sipping green tea with Putin. Economic superpower? More like a few emperors feeding off the hardship of the poor.

From the link
First, they devalue their currency by as much as 40%
The Chinese Yuan (RMB) was never "devalued". It has been pegged to the US dollar since 1995, when it had roughly the relative exchange value that it has now. Only now is it estimated to be undervalued since it was not allowed to increase in value as China developed economically.

Then they issue tariffs on foreign goods.
It was always this way. Nothing new.

They cut foreign firms off from local marketing channels.
Foreign firms never had access to marketing channels until recently. In fact, China never had marketing channels until recently, unless you count hand-painted signs at the local market. Foreign-owned firms' access to marketing options grows by the day as advertising firms in China struggle for the billboard dollar. Many of these advertising firms are also foreign-owned and are sending money by the truckload back overseas to Europe and the States..

They chaperone and handpick partners for international joint ventures
Always did, always will. It's the Chinese way of doing business. "Guan Xi" they call it, loosely translated as "connections".

They give preferential loans to their own factories from state banks.
They have always done this, and some economists speculate that the Chinese banking system is on the verge of collapse since the overwhelming majority of the loans given by state-owned banks to ridiculously inefficient state-owned companies will never be paid back. China's state-owned banks are technically insolvent, which is why the people who research and release China's economic figures are also government employees. Can't have the rest of the world thinking that China's about to collapse, now can we?

Chinese companies get privileged listing on the Chinese stock market
This has been the way since the still-puny China stock-exchange started up.

Chinese companies get special tax breaks not available to foreigners
Always been this way, nothing new. However this is being changed incrementally in line with meeting China's WTO membership requirements.

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 01:16 PM
About those dollar reserves that China holds - selling them implies that someone will buy them and that is not a certainty and are they holding dollars or t-bills. If actual dollars, the US could step in and buy them on the cheap and use the dollars to pay down our own debt - nifty little twist there....

Totally agree - the state supported banking system in China is a joke. There is also little transparency in their economy so tough for outside investors to want to do anything and the average Chinese citizen is not a well informed and active investor (Hong Kong natives excepted there)....

I just love the pictures popping up in my mind -

You tested poorly - you can either dig ditches or work the rice paddies
You tested better - you make cheap electronics for Wallyworld
You tested the best - we send you to US for education (and by the way you are now a spy for the state)
You are 7ft 3in - you will play basketball for Olympic team....

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 01:31 PM
Uhm...The only thing I like about this thread is it's kick ass title...Way to go whoever it is... "take it down chinatown" Sh!%......

Uh...Anyone else around here live in China...Let's see a show of hands...hmm..hmmm...hmmm...hmmmm guess not. So, please listen.





Now...for the point... I have seen visual proof that the masons have infiltrated Chinese society. This does not mean that the upper eschelons of the power have been but they are here. There is a war. And I do believe that China is losing. I only wish, as a Revolutionary Warrior with no weapons...that China was the last bastion of resistance against the NWO...but sorry, it's not!

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 03:00 PM
Watch out for the people army spys tracking your packets thru the proxy you are using and keep changing proxies every day (or sooner).... You could be labled a revolutionary and have a nice state sponsored trip to a not fun place (or so I've heard)....

BTW - should we send you some porn - kinda hard to get over there I'm told....

[edit on 26-2-2005 by UofCinLA]

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 03:04 PM

Originally posted by UofCinLA
Watch out for the people army spys tracking your packets thru the proxy you are using and keep changing proxies every day (or sooner).... You could be labled a revolutionary and have a nice state sponsored trip to a not fun place (or so I've heard)....

BTW - should we send you some porn - kinda hard to get over there I'm told....

[edit on 26-2-2005 by UofCinLA]

haha, did you read my porn column? China is full of it and I have unrestricted access on the net. Most of what you said about china is true but half of it isn't...what?? That's not logical...right a country with 1.3 billion people isn't logical...there are no concrete answers and no generalizations about a country or government like this...don't worry, they can't catch me!

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 03:11 PM
I thought the state owned all the border routers out of that place. Two thumbs up if you are surfin incognito and god bless porn, wherever and whenever you can get it - any good strip clubs on the mainland yet or do you still have to go to HK??

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 03:17 PM
don't need a strip club, just go to KTV and get your selection of whores if that's what your should comment in my porn addiction thread...

Actually I have no clue as to why I never have access problems...I think it's because I have DSL at home. In a net cafe it's probably a different story. Also, half of what you read about China is propaganda saying the Communists Control everything...but damn man, this country is too big for the Communists to control everything.

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 03:35 PM

Originally posted by 00PS
Uh...Anyone else around here live in China...Let's see a show of hands...hmm..hmmm...hmmm...hmmmm guess not. So, please listen.

*Raises hand (Zhong Tan Road, Pu Tuo District, Shanghai City)*

*Still listens to you, despite your obvious and annoyingly patronizing inference that only those who live in China know anything about China*

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 03:38 PM

Originally posted by wecomeinpeace
...despite your obvious and annoyingly patronizing inference that only those who live in China know anything about China

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