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The Next Chinese President may be a Freemason

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posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 02:57 PM
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Hello all.

I'd like to bring to your attention an interesting picture of our Vice President and President-Select of 2012, XI Jinping at a meeting with José Manuel Durão Barroso, President of the European Commission.

There is a certain rumor or fact about the way Freemasons handshake and this picture just screams it out loud to me:



Can any of the trained eyes at ATS confirm this is in fact their handshake?

Of course a picture alone cannot prove anything or make much sense, luckily there are other dots out there.

There's always been controversy surrounding the next President of China within the system, because obviously this is a contested seat which several factions within the Chinese system seek to control. So here's some tidbits (but of major implications) that can help us paint a bigger picture, and in turn see China's role in all of this in coming decades: (You can skip to the second post if you are not interested in Chinese politics.)


  1. Xi Jinping is of ex-President Jiang Zemin's faction, The Crown Prince Party, who are bloodlines of the ruling elite. This faction's main ideology is 'Rule by Elites', and is generally more pro-Western Establishments, and way of thinking.

    Jiang is considered to be the faction's leader.

  2. Jiang allegedly attended a Bilderberg conference during his term as the President.

  3. The current President of PRC, Hu Jintao, belongs to another faction: The Circle of Communist Youth League. Because most of them are raised by parents who are common people, they lean more towards a populist idea, such as widening the gaps between rich and poor, stronger anti-corruption stance, etc.

    Hu is cosidered to be the faction's leader.

  4. On May 2006 when inspecting a Navy base in Qingdao, Hu was aboard a warship, and suddenly several other warships from the formation all fired at his ship, killing all of his bodyguards instantly. Luckily he was not hit and was secretly transfered to a safe place, only to appear again in public after more than a week. This event is believed to be a preemptive strike carried out by the Crown Princes to remove Hu from power, after unsuccessful negotiations with him.

    However AFAIC, this was a warning sent to Hu. However Hu capitalized on the opportunity to bring down a corrupt top CCP official Chen Liangyu later that year, who was also a Crown Prince. The Chinese government neither confirms nor denies the assassination attempt, and the Western media interestingly remain silent also.

  5. In trying to determine the next President who would assume office in 2012, both factions contended extensively, which ended in the majority favouring Xi, and I quote one of the prominent Crown Princes, "He is the one most accepted and agreed upon [to be the next President]".

    During the transition of power from Jiang to Hu in around 2002, 2003, there's some trouble and delays of the trasition of PLA power. This again happened in recent "The Fourth Plenary Session of the 17th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China", where Xi did not get promoted to the Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission of the Communist Party, as predicted by observers.

  6. Henry Kissinger, when visting China in 2008 to celebrate 30 year anniversary of diplomat relationship between US and PRC, said in great excitement that he is very confident about Sino-US relations in the future and not suprisingly chimed in his confidence on the New World Order.

  7. Kissinger is the guy who 'opened up' China 30 years ago, and no wonder Western media, and Chinese media to some extent, like to focus on the past 30 years of China's development, economical miracles, blahblah, while greatly ignore, slander or downright attack China's achievement during Mao's era.




posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 02:58 PM
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Connecting the dots, the implications are obvious. But to keep some skeptical spirit, I will just say they are still hypothesis:

China from 2012 and on will be a state with deep tie with, or even controlled by the Western Establishments, a NWO state if put blantly.

There is resisting forces within the Chinese system but from the looks of it, the NWO side is steadily gaining territories.

Anyway this is a discussion thread and your thoughts and contributions are welcomed.


[edit on 10-10-2009 by nighinfinite]



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 03:09 PM
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Thats a very interesting catch, it SEEMS one of the masonic handshakes, yes. But the chinese guy is doing it slightly wrong.
Anyway, who cares if he is indeed a freemason? With the credentials you just listed (bilderberger, elite bloodlines...) its pretty clear the guy has NWO/elite written all over him.



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 03:38 PM
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There's one of Nixon with an Chinese Mason, I don't know his name but he was one of the top 3 leaders of China during that time, I think. I'll try find the picture I saved, they did the same Masonic handshake.



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 03:47 PM
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Originally posted by nighinfiniteThe next Chinese President may be a Freemason


Lets hope so.




posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 04:02 PM
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Looks to me like two guys who really don't want to touch each other and are having to hold on a little longer than is comfortable for the photographer. Clammy palms, I shouldn't wonder.


MMP

posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 04:11 PM
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You know I'm a Free Mason and when I first joined I tried to give the shake to nearly every new person I met. Guess what it got me? NOTHING! Being a curious kind of guy I asked some the fellow members of my lodge about my experience. I was a little heart broken to learn that nobody really pays attention to that kind of thing anymore.

I think that shamhat probably hit the nail on the head. You're looking at two guys posing for a photo opportunity that don't really want to touch each other.

[edit on 10/10/2009 by MMP]



posted on Oct, 11 2009 @ 06:52 AM
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Originally posted by star in a jar
There's one of Nixon with an Chinese Mason, I don't know his name but he was one of the top 3 leaders of China during that time, I think. I'll try find the picture I saved, they did the same Masonic handshake.


Yeah I vaguely remember I've heard about the Nixon deal. Can you provide more info? Thanks.



Originally posted by Rikhart
Thats a very interesting catch, it SEEMS one of the masonic handshakes, yes. But the chinese guy is doing it slightly wrong.
Anyway, who cares if he is indeed a freemason? With the credentials you just listed (bilderberger, elite bloodlines...) its pretty clear the guy has NWO/elite written all over him.


I'm curious, aren't those guys only accept Westerners as members in general?


Originally posted by Skyfloating

Originally posted by nighinfiniteThe next Chinese President may be a Freemason


Lets hope so.



Do you see it as a good thing, and if so why? I'd like to hear your perspective on this.


[edit on 11-10-2009 by nighinfinite]



posted on Oct, 11 2009 @ 10:44 AM
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Originally posted by nighinfinite
Of course a picture alone cannot prove anything or make much sense, luckily there are other dots out there...
Of course, none of the other points you bring up have anything to do with Freemasons. So really all you've got is a one-off photo, which you admit "cannot prove anything or make much sense". So....



posted on Oct, 11 2009 @ 06:08 PM
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posted on Oct, 11 2009 @ 06:55 PM
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Why would you hope so? Are you a Mason?



posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 10:11 AM
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Originally posted by JoshNorton

Originally posted by nighinfinite
Of course a picture alone cannot prove anything or make much sense, luckily there are other dots out there...
Of course, none of the other points you bring up have anything to do with Freemasons. So really all you've got is a one-off photo, which you admit "cannot prove anything or make much sense". So....


Make sense = as in, which side China will be on in the future. That should concern people more than the membership of a society. Although I did use the title to draw viewers.



posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 10:40 AM
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Seeing as how secret societies are illegal and considered treasonous in China, I would have to say -- nope.

Not to mention the fact that practicing any form of religion is also illegal. And yet another point that most Chinese are of eastern dualist philosophy, and Freemasonry is Western monotheistic esoteric philosophy; which are dissimilar.

I guess the philosophy of Freemasonry escapes some people, either that or they don't try to understand it....


[edit on 10/12/2009 by Choronzon]



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