This is the idea that was planted into my mind, and like inception I have followed it's path.
Please follow along to see what has been a plan in the making for over a century...
We have to go back to January 1st, 1912 to the creation of the Republic of China. This ended over 2000 years of imperial rule in China.
China, even though the oldest culture, was relitively new to modern politics on the world level. In 1917, China declared war on Germany and offered
over 40 000 troops to Britain and France. This was deemed "impractical" by the elites, instead almost 100 000 chinese labourers worked on the docks
in France during WW1.
The Republic of China received very little recognition for there contribution to the allies during WW1. During the war Germany had captured Shandong
and kiautchou island from China and the Treaty of Versailles gave those territories to Japan.
We move along now to the Chinese civil war, which saw the rise of the Communist party which is today known as the People's Republic of China. This
party shared the same viewpoints as Germany and other socialists.
This fact becomes clearly evident when one looks upon the founder of the Chinese Red Army, Zhu De. Zhu De studied at Gottingen University in Germany
1922. Also of worthy mention, Mao Zedong (Maoism) leader of the Communist party, was a big time marxism contributor and known socialist.
During the 20's. the communist/socialist party went underground forming the revolution which begain in 1927 know as the long march which lasted 10
years. The civil war was paused in 1937 when Japan invaded China (because of the communist/socialst threat) The Republic China refused to ally with
Communist/Socialist China because they were considered just as big a threat to national security as Japan. However, the leader of the Republic China
was kidnapped by the commi/socialist generals and forced to truce in order to fight the Japanese.It is recorded as a rare time when two warring
parties united to fight a common enemy. However, the underlying goal of the Japanese invasion was not the destruction of the weaker communist party
NO, but the dismantling of the Democratic China and that is exactly what they achieved. By the end of the Second Sino Japanese War China was
controlled almost entirely by the communist party and Japanese military.
The Second Sino war coincided with World War 2, and effectively had everything to do with the whole 100 year plan. WW2 is said to have officially
begain Sept 1, 1939 with Germany's attack on Poland, however, Japan's 1937 invasion of China is what really started the ball rolling.
Japan saw a hefty rise in power due to joining the allies in WW1. However, Japan left the league of nations in 1934. Japan joined Nazi Germany in 1936
joining the axis forces. These increased resources were what was used to attack China in 1937.
So this raises the question. What was Japan's objective in attacking China in 1937? The answer seems to be to dismantle the democratic party as Japan
was now supporting Germany's agenda.
Part 2- To be Continued
TO BE DISCUSSED
One China Policy
Communist China effects on today
WW3 being started, with the switch as Capitalism being the new Communism and the West as the Enemy