China Has A Plan To Rule The World

This headline should read: COMMUNISM HAS A PLAN TO RULE THE WORLD. This plan is being led by Israel, Russia, and China and it involves a steady penetration by means of propaganda, brainwashing and the stealing of technology through the Talpiot Program, which is the key to understanding how they have already gained absolute control over of the world. The EU led by unelected ex-KGB members was created to weaken sovereign states allowing an easier integration with Russia. This is 100% Soviet penetration and we have been saying it from the beginning. 

“China has a plan to rule the world,” Source:

The friendly words exchanged between Presidents Trump and Xi Jinping this month softened the edge of a Chinese economic and military buildup that a recent study commissioned by the Pentagon described as “perhaps the most ambitious grand strategy undertaken by a single nation-state in modern times.”

At the Beijing summit on Nov. 9, Xi repeated his usual congenial injunction for “win-win cooperation,” and Trump responded in kind, calling Xi “a very special man.” Trump also complained about the Chinese trade surplus, but the visit was mostly a serenade to Sino-American cooperation.

What caught my ear was Xi’s hint of China’s big ambitions in his toast that night. He quoted a Chinese proverb that “no distance, not even remote mountains and vast oceans, can ever prevent people with perseverance from reaching their destination.” Xi then cited an adage from Benjamin Franklin: “He who can have patience, can have what he will.” That’s an apt summary of China’s quiet but relentless pursuit of becoming a global superpower.

China’s rise has been so rapid yet gentle in tone that it’s easy to miss how fast Beijing has expanded its ability to project power. The mesmerizing go-slow style of the pre-Xi years, summarized in the Chinese slogan hide and bide,” has been replaced by what U.S. analysts now see as an open power play.

Trump’s “America first” strategy has facilitated China’s buildup, unintentionally. The administration’s rhetoric on fair trade has been strong, but the actual gains have been modest. Meanwhile, Trump has shredded the Trans-Pacific Partnership and stepped back from other U.S.-led alliances — opening the way for China’s new network of global institutions, including the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) plan for Eurasian trade and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank to finance Chinese-led projects.

The scope of China’s challenge to the American-led order is described in two unpublished and unclassified studies commissioned by the Air Force.

One study argues that China’s Eurasian reach is beyond that of the 1947 Marshall Plan, which cemented American power in postwar Europe. The report estimates that the OBOR framework would provide up to $1 trillion in Chinese support for more than 64 countries, while the Marshall Plan provided about $150 billion in current dollars, mostly to six countries. The report describes OBOR as “a program of unprecedented size and scope with the strategic intent of constructing a Chinese-led regional order in Eurasia.”

China is building the infrastructure of power. The study describes, for example, how Beijing is financing a string of ports in the Indian Ocean region, including in Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Pakistan, Burma, Djibouti, Kenya and the United Arab Emirates. The proposed investment is nearly $250 billion.

China has also invested $13.6 billion in Greece, buying control of the port of Piraeus and big shares of Greek utilities and fiber-optics companies. “Greece serves as a strategic beachhead for China into Europe,” notes the report.

The Asian infrastructure bank, meanwhile, has approved $16 billion in projects in 10 countries, including long-standing U.S. allies such as Egypt, India, and Oman. And the Chinese are building rail lines to Europe and every part of Asia, allowing them to bypass U.S.-controlled sea lanes. China already has 40 rail routes to nine European countries.

American dominance has been built partly on the primacy of our scientific and technological laboratories, which have drawn the best and brightest from around the world. But the Chinese are challenging here, too. China is building at least 50 joint-venture science and technology labs with OBOR countries and plans over the next five years to train up to 5,000 foreign scientists, engineers and managers, the study notes.

As foreign scientists pull back from some U.S. labs because of visa and government-grant worries, the Chinese are doubling down. According to the second Air Force study, China surpasses the United States in annual patent applications, is now No. 2 in peer-reviewed research articles and in 2014 awarded more than twice as many degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math.

China is mobilizing its best tech talent for this global empire. China Telecom plans to lay a 150,000-kilometer fiber-optic network covering 48 African nations. IZP, a big-data company, plans to expand soon to 120 countries. BeiDou, a government agency, is building a GPS-like satellite navigation system for all Eurasia.

There’s an eerie sense in today’s world that China is racing to capture the commanding heights of technology and trade. Meanwhile, under the banner of “America first,” the Trump administration is protecting coal-mining jobs and questioning climate science.

Sorry, friends, but this is how empires rise and fall.

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Canada Deports North Korean Asylum Seekers

What is Trudeau but a Zionist puppet who has no morals and no respect for human life? He has proven to be one of the most disgusting leaders in the world and the only purpose of these deportations is to create more tensions, which are key if they intend to keep the world on its toes. Who are those who always suffer the consequences of these actions? The people, who they care nothing about and simply use to fulfill their goals. 

Psalm 2 King James Version (KJV)

“2 Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord, and against his anointed, saying, Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us. He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision. Then shall he speak unto them in his wrath, and vex them in his sore displeasure. Yet have I set my king upon my holy hill of Zion. I will declare the decree: the Lord hath said unto me, Thou art my Son; this day have I begotten thee. Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession. Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron; thou shalt dash them in pieces like a potter’s vessel. 10 Be wise now therefore, O ye kings: be instructed, ye judges of the earth. 11 Serve the Lord with fear, and rejoice with trembling. 12 Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and ye perish from the way, when his wrath is kindled but a little. Blessed are all they that put their trust in him.”

 Communist Canada

“Canada deports North Korean asylum seekers,” Source:

Despite its reputation as a haven for refugees, Canada has been deporting North Korean asylum seekers who came to the country through South Korea.

Nearly 2,000 have been kicked out of the country since 2013 because the government says they lied on their asylum application forms. Another 150 Koreans are under imminent threat of deportation. 

Eleven years ago, Taegun Kim came to Canada with his wife, daughter, and son. Now they have two more children, both Canadian citizens. A deportation would be catastrophic for the family.

“That notice means death to me,” Kim told Al Jazeera. “I came all the way here for a better life and my family is well adjusted to life in Canada. To think we’re going to be separated, it breaks my heart.”

The Jo family could be broken up too if Canada carries out its deportation orders. Two children are Canadian-born; the eldest came with his parents in 2010.

The family admits they lied on their asylum application – saying they defected to China, not South Korea – to help ease the immigration process, but add they did it to escape a horrible situation.

“I feel so desperate. It’s our fault,” Hye Kyung Jo said. “They [the children] haven’t done anything wrong. They have to go through this separation because of us.”

Last chance

Rocky Kim of the Canada Federation of North Korean Defectors group said family members still inside the totalitarian state remain vulnerable because of their escape. Attracting attention to their situation could be deadly, he said.

The refugees say South Korea is definitely not safe for them as North Korean spies can track them down.

“If we’re found by the North Korean government, our family left in North Korea will be executed or sent to a labour camp,” Kim said.

A lawyer has met Canadian officials to appeal to the Minister of Immigration Ahmed Hussen to allow the Koreans to stay on compassionate grounds. There’s been no response yet, however.

“Internationally we are recognised as a humanitarian and compassionate country, accepting refugees from Syria and all over the world. And why should these 150 remaining people be sent back?” said lawyer Jacqueline An.


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COMMENTARY: Why China Loves Trump

The truth of the matter is that Trump is a puppet that can be easily manipulated. To do that, you just have to focus on boosting his ego. Now, does Trump know how he is being used? No one really knows. But what we do know, is that Trump has been studied by the psychopaths for many years and he is the perfect tool to further the elite’s evil agenda. Trump - China “Why China Loves Trump,” Source:

In January of last year, around the time of the presidential inauguration, as jitters about the relationship between Donald Trump and China mounted, I regularly joined the mob of reporters at the Chinese foreign ministry’s daily briefings in Beijing. There, the assembled members of the media would press officials on Trump’s latest anti-China comment or Twitter blast—on tariffs, trade wars, North Korea, or China’s “theft” of American jobs. Reporters expected righteous denunciations of the kind China routinely unleashes against South Korea, the Philippines, and other countries perceived as even notionally affronting Chinese interests. But they never came. Day after day, the spokespeople stubbornly, and then impatiently, accentuated a positive view of the prospects for U.S.–Chinese ties under Trump.

Likewise in the state media. While American pundits warned that conflict between the world’s top two economies would lead to meltdown, or speculated about China’s putatively enraged reaction to Trump’s phone call with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, Beijing’s state-sanctioned media outlets retained a strangely forbearing, at times vaguely optimistic, tone about the relationship.

“I don’t blame China,” he said during a joint appearance with President Xi Jinping, adding that he gives the country “great credit” for taking advantage of the U.S. on trade.

Such remarks support the view of Shen Dingli, a professor of international relations at Fudan University. Trump, he told me, is “an especially easy president for China to handle.
We are lucky,” he added.

Trump may make more sense in China than he does in Washington.

Beijing seems to have concluded that the former casino mogul, like a high-rolling gambler, can be made to keep playing the house by showering him with VIP perks.On the diplomatic front, China’s tactic of acting as a foil to Trump has already paid off handsomely. From Europe to Africa to Latin America, China is enjoying more prestige and respect than it has in years. While Barack Obama vexed Beijing with his idealism, “pivot to Asia,” and China-excluding Trans-Pacific Partnership—a massive trade pact that would have fused the major economies of Asia with the United States—Trump has emphatically reversed course, tearing up the TPP and driving allies to consider China-backed plans instead.

This divergence was nowhere clearer than at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit held in Da Nang, Vietnam, after Trump’s visit in November. There, Xi Jinping outlined a vision of China at the center of the region’s diplomatic, development, and trade architecture, reiterating his country’s support for multilateral free-trade schemes. Trump, meanwhile, struck a pugnacious tone, saying that America had gotten stuck with the bad end of trade deals during previous administrations and warning that “those days are over.”Trump’s posture stands in marked contrast to China’s plans for engagement of various kinds with countries throughout Asia. The centerpiece of China’s efforts is the Belt and Road Initiative (also known as the New Silk Road), an ambitious strategy to fund infrastructure projects across Eurasia that would increase foreign trade with China’s inland provinces and bolster its geopolitical clout. Often likened to the Marshall Plan, the Belt and Road Initiative brought 29 heads of state to Beijing for a summit last May, where Xi declared it “the project of the century.” Among the attendees was a delegation sent by Trump, a gesture seen as offering a tacit endorsement of Xi’s vision.Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement further burnished China’s new image as the responsible global power. Chancellor Angela Merkel declared that Germany could no longer rely on its long-standing ally, and when China reiterated its pledge to limit greenhouse-gas emissions, she said, “China has become a more important and strategic partner.” (It’s worth noting that China’s promised carbon-emission target under the Paris Agreement won’t kick in until 2030 and that Beijing has a long history of finding ways to circumvent international promises.)

In all these ways, China has positioned itself to be seen as stepping into America’s vacuum. Shen Dingli emphasized this point to me, saying that Trump’s hostility to multilateral institutions such as the WTO and Nato has given China “a huge opportunity.”With Trump in the White House, Xu Guoqi, a professor at the University of Hong Kong, told me, the Chinese are enjoying a “golden field for their propaganda. At the same time, Trump’s election, and the wave of political disorder it has unleashed within and beyond the United States, has provided ample fodder for China to attack democracy and extol the one-party state.“American power is based on two legs, the hard power, and soft power,” Xu explained. “In terms of soft power, Trump really undermined it substantially.” Trump’s election gave the People’s Daily, the Communist Party mouthpiece, the occasion to run a series of commentaries arguing that the “crisis in capitalist societies” was “proof of the truth of Marxism and the superiority of the socialist system.”

Such messages continued to gain force during Trump’s first year in office, boosting not only Beijing’s standing internationally, but the Communist Party’s claim to legitimacy among the Chinese population. Xu describes Trump’s presidency as “a gift for the current regime in China. Because of Trump, Xi Jinping’s Chinese dream”—the resurgence of China’s dominance in world affairs—“could be achievable now.”

But just as Trump is different things to different Americans—a conservative, a populist, a strongman, a clown—so, too, is he different things to different Chinese. Notably, even as Beijing delights in outwitting Trump on the global stage, many Chines look upon the American president with sincere admiration. In recent months, I’ve heard from Chinese Trump fans of diverse backgrounds: a journalist, a rural neo-Maoist, an accomplished academic, a highly paid programmer. One pajama-clad pensioner accosted me on the street to inform me that every night he saluted a portrait of Trump he had on his wall, along with images of Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Einstein.

Especially visible among Trump’s Chinese fans are those who pride themselves on being well versed in American politics. Take the online platform Zhihu, a Quora-like forum, where the topic “Donald J. Trump” has garnered some 75,000 followers, nearly half the total following for “America.”One survey suggests that a number of pro-Trump Zhihu users attended college in the U.S. The survey was small, but my own reporting has tended to corroborate this. Those I spoke with said they formed negative impressions of liberalism that helped push them toward Trump. Like many of Trump’s American supporters, they appreciated his hatred of the pieties and shibboleths of the educated American left.

Zhihu users vigorously debate questions that would fit in well on any right-wing platform in the U.S. One page viewed 3.2 million times asks: “Why do many Chinese look down on Western baizuo who consider themselves well-educated?” (The slur literally means “white left,” but is likened to “libtard” on Zhihu.) Forums feature pictures of Pepe the Frog, a symbol of the alt-right, and of a “Liberal Jack-Ass” captioned “Everything I don’t like, must be banned. Everything I do like is a human right and must be paid for by others.”Contempt for America’s current brand of political correctness is a recurring fixation, as are illegal immigration, Islamist terrorism, affirmative action, transgender activism, and Hillary Clinton. One Zhihu user I spoke with said he supported Trump not because he particularly liked him, but because the style of today’s Democratic Party “reminds us a lot of the Cultural Revolution”

“In the history of mankind, only two people have proposed that the masses must overthrow the social establishment, one is Mao Zedong, the other is Trump.”

Many Westerners living in China are surprised to learn that while public discourse is heavily policed, with taboo views on democracy or Mao Zedong harshly punished, Chinese people can be startlingly frank in private conversation, voicing opinions that many Americans would be afraid to express to one another for fear of giving offense. People remark casually and candidly on everything from a person’s weight gain or disability to the supposed collective merits or deficiencies of certain ethnic groups.

This custom makes Trump’s attacks on political correctness appealing to some Chinese, according to Yan Gu, a University of Washington doctoral candidate studying authoritarianism who has researched Chinese online opinion about Trump. Chinese netizens “dislike political correctness and neo-liberal rhetoric,” she told me, noting that “a large portion of Chinese online response” to Obama was “quite racist”; one common slur referred to him as “O-Black.” Sentiment about LGBT issues is rather conservative in much of China, where electroshock therapy is sometimes used as a “cure” for homosexuality.Trump’s nationalist rhetoric and “strongman style” resonate in China’s political culture, Yan noted. The country’s founding emperor, Qin Shi Huang, is revered for uniting the nation, despite his infamy for burning books and burying scholars alive. Mao, who styled himself as a new emperor, squashed dissent and spurred traumatic and violent campaigns against intellectuals, teachers, and writers, but was idolized by many Chinese and remains, in some quarters, a legend. Xi Jinping has, despite his stolid exterior, proved to be China’s most hard-line leader in decades, and his campaigns to curb foreign influence and vault Chinese companies to dominance in the industries of the future have contributed to his popular appeal.

This helps explain why a portion of pro-Trump sentiment in China comes from a surprising point on the political spectrum: the nationalist extreme left, an odd ally for the capitalist billionaire. Trump’s populist rhetoric and imprecations of the global elite have crossover appeal for Mao nostalgists such as Zhang Hongliang, a firebrand writer known as the “Red Tank Driver.” As he wrote on his Weibo social-media account, “In the history of mankind, only two people have proposed that the masses must overthrow the social establishment, one is Mao Zedong, the other is Trump.”

A scholar who is politically moderate confided privately that he “likes Trump very much,” in part because of his similarities to Xi. “China’s proposed ‘national rejuvenation’ and Trump’s ‘Make America great again’ are the same,” he said. In fact, one could make the case that the slogan Xi embraced as the core of his Chinese dream anticipated Trump’s. Though its official translation is “The great revival of the Chinese nation,” an equally accurate rendition would be “Make China great again.”And so while the outward differences between Trump and Xi are stark, there may be a reason the two leaders professed to feel personal warmth at their meeting last spring at Mar-a-Lago, in Florida, and again at their summit in Beijing, where Trump boasted of their chemistry. Both are revanchist leaders, denouncing the supposedly venal elite from which they sprang, and claiming to stand between their country and certain disaster.“Trump’s Republican Party,” Shen told me, “ought to change its name to the Communists.”

This is where these two very different images of Trump—as someone the Chinese feel they can manipulate and as someone who genuinely appeals to them—converge. Whether eliciting respect or scorn, Trump makes a certain intuitive sense in China. In fact, he might make more sense to the Chinese than he does too much of Washington: His unabashed nationalism; rough-hewn arriviste manners; and unapologetic mingling of family, business, and politics make him akin to some newly minted provincial tycoon. In this respect he is less shocking or threatening than commonplace: He’s simply what Chinese call a tuhao, another bumptious billionaire.

While Trump’s continued promotion of his business empire and elevation of his daughter Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, to political power have raised alarm in the United States, such blurring of lines is the norm in China. Even Xi, whom many Chinese seem to regard as corruption-free, has relatives who allegedly amassed huge fortunes while he rose through the ranks. Likewise, family members of Wen Jiabao, known as the “people’s premier” during his decade in power starting in the early 2000s, reportedly piled up several billion dollars during his tenure.Indeed, Trump’s ferocious loyalty to his clan contributes to his appeal, as it resonates with traditional Chinese values of good leadership, Yan Gu, the University of Washington researcher, told me: “It is a Confucian belief that a great person must ‘improve himself, order his home, govern the country, and bring peace.’ A happy, united family is an indicator of a talented politician.” Online, she noted, Chinese have praised Trump for raising successful sons and daughters, while Hillary Clinton is mocked for her husband’s affair.

Trump’s obsession with “winning” also comports with the winner-take-all attitude of the elite in today’s China, which is less communist than ruthlessly Darwinian. Many successful Chinese believe that “their own success is the result of their own efforts and natural abilities, and those who fail in competition did so because of laziness or other defects,” a commentator named Zhao Lingmin wrote just before the 2016 U.S. presidential election in the Chinese edition of the Financial Times. Winners may be cruel, opportunistic, or corrupt, but they are winners, and therefore they deserve respect. Even Trump’s initial inheritance from his father doesn’t detract from his success, in this view. Rather, it demonstrates his stewardship of the family name and his skill in transforming it into a global brand. As Swallow X. Yan, a politically active entrepreneur who has advised Chinese financiers on Trump, told me, “Chinese people admire success. They look down on losers. If you choose the wrong guy, that is stupid. You are losing face.”

Finally, however, overheated Trump’s early China-bashing may have been, the Chinese seem to have long identified him as someone they could do business with, much as they have done business with other strongmen, such as Vladimir Putin and Rodrigo Duterte, despite pursuing divergent or conflicting interests. Unlike previous U.S. presidents, Trump is relatively unconcerned with staking out a moral high ground or criticizing other countries’ corruption or failings regarding human rights and democracy.

Instead, Trump is transactional. Hoping for cooperation on North Korea, he gave Beijing a better deal on trade. When Beijing didn’t seem to be cooperating enough, he agreed to sell arms to Taiwan. This brand of pragmatic diplomacy, in which relationships hinge on calibrated, concrete bargains that can be altered as conditions change, mirrors Beijing’s way of operating. Although such a contingent approach to relationships entails risks—bilateral cooperation could always collapse as soon as one side feels cheated—it’s a game that China is comfortable playing.

With Hillary Clinton, who was, rightly or wrongly, believed to be fundamentally inhospitable to Beijing, things could have been very different. “If Hillary was president of the United States, I can guarantee relations with China would be much worse,” said Xu, the University of Hong Kong professor.

In other words, the “America first” president is in some respects not only amenable to the People’s Republic of China; one could go so far as to argue that he is the first American president with (to borrow a favorite Chinese Communist Party phrase) “Chinese characteristics.” Whether they consider him a global blunderer or a strong leader, a businessman or a family man, Chinese look at Donald Trump and see someone they recognize—and believe they can do business with.


COMMENTARY: In Beijing Netanyahu Looks To Marry Israels Technology With China’s Capacity

How ‘charming’! A marriage between Israhell’s stolen technology and Communist China’s capacity. What do you think the result will be? More progress for ‘humanity’? Or more sophisticated tools to destroy and control those undesirable Goyim? Who in their right mind doesn’t see what is going on here? 


“In Beijing, Netanyahu looks to ‘marry Israel’s technology with China’s capacity’,” Source:

BEIJING — On the second day of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit here, Israel and China took further steps to strengthen economic and scientific relations.

Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong said Beijing and Jerusalem had agreed to upgrade bilateral relations, including by forming an “innovative comprehensive partnership” meant to “bring the ties and the cooperation between the two countries to new heights,” according to the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem.

“Innovation cooperation is a highlight of our bilateral relations,” Liu said at the conclusion of the third meeting of the China-Israel Committee on Innovation Cooperation, held at Beijing’s Diaoyutai State Guest House.

Liu said she had visited Israel twice and was “deeply impressed” by its culture of innovation.

“You’re a global leader in research and development,” she said.

Israeli and Chinese ministers and top officials signed 10 bilateral agreements in health, science, education, environmental protection and other areas.

“We want to marry our technology with China’s capacity,” Netanyahu said at the summit.

“We in Israel are eager to share with China our science and technology that can better the lives of all mankind, and the people of China,” he said.

Addressing dozens of Israeli and Chinese government officials, industry leaders, university presidents and private businesspeople, Netanyahu called on Beijing to accelerate the pace of negotiations over an Israel-China free trade agreement, which started exactly one year ago.

Netanyahu said that in today’s world everything is becoming technologized and that therefore all countries need to innovate. He hailed Israel’s startup scene, highlighting Intel’s recent acquisition for $15 billion of Jerusalem-based autonomous driving company Mobileye, adding that Israel is home to 500 additional companies “that do the same thing. A few years ago we had nothing.”

Israel and China both have old, rich histories and traditions, and are committed to improving themselves and advancing technological innovation, he said.

“We have deep roots, but we seek for the sky, for the future. And that means science and technology,” the prime minister added.

Before the meeting, Vice Premier Liu and Netanyahu visited a small exhibition highlighting some of the fruits of the committee’s previous meetings. One panel explained a collaborative research project between China’s National Center for Nanoscience and Technology and Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science on the catalytic reduction of CO2 into value-added chemicals with solar energy.

The summit was addressed by four Israeli ministers: Economy and Industry Minister Eli Cohen; Health Minister Yaakov Litzman; Science, Technology and Space Minister Ofir Akunis; and Environmental Protection Minister Ze’ev Elkin.

On the Chinese side, besides the vice premier, the meeting was addressed by Science and Technology Minister Wan Gang, Vice Health Minister Cut Lui, Vice Environmental Protection Minister Zhao Yingming, Vice Culture Minister Ding Wei.

VIDEO: Going East!! The Jews of China

According to the World Jewish Congress, “The Kaifeng Jews lived relatively peacefully in China for hundreds of years, unknown to the Western world. Little is left documenting their traditions. And then, in modern times, China would once again become a land of refuge for Jews…”

Indeed, the World Jewish Congress is being quite prescient in their wording. The Jews will go East — after they are finished being a parasite in the West.

MONEY: Putin’s Revenge May See Petro-Yuan Replace Petrodollar

The United States has been in steady decline for sometime fighting endless wars on behalf of Israel. The Tribe knows this quite well, and therefore the financial power structure is moving East out of necessity. Russia and China will become the new centers of the world with International Jewry moving to Moscow and Beijing — indeed, establishing a communist NWO.

Some may say this is an impossible task for the Tribe to undertake — moving out of the West. We say not at all as this has happened many times throughout their history. Please read Eustice Mullin’s book entitled “New History of the Jews” for some reference on this topic if you have any doubts. 

“Putin’s revenge may see petro-yuan replace petrodollar,” Source:

The key to the coming petro-yuan lies in Moscow. And, if the Chinese currency eventually succeeds in usurping the long-standing petrodollar, Washington will only have itself to blame.

News that China plans to launch a yuan-denominated oil futures contract by the end of this year has come as a surprise to many analysts. However, Russia experts aren’t startled in the slightest because this move has been coming since Moscow abandoned its quarter-century attempt to integrate with the West, following the 2014 Ukraine crisis. A catastrophe which the Kremlin blames on the United States and the European Union, as part of what it considers to be an attempt to reduce Russian influence in its “near abroad.”

Beijing’s scheme aims to shift trade in “black gold” from petrodollars to a proposed petro-yuan. Which benefits China by making its currency more attractive internationally and providing greater energy security. However, the biggest winners may well be in Moscow. Because any decline in the dollar’s status severely dilutes Washington’s ability to wage economic war against Russia, via sanctions.

As the world’s biggest petroleum producer, Russia is vital to Beijing’s project. And, in turn, as the planet’s largest crude importer and most sizable economy (measured by purchasing power parity), China is the only country with the heft to challenge American financial hegemony.

Of course, Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping can’t achieve their aims alone. Because if the petro-yuan is to succeed, other leading oil-drilling nations, will need to come on board. And, while Iran, Indonesia, and Venezuela have indicated their interest in the project, the key is tempting the Arab states to trade in yuan. And this essentially means Saudi Arabian cooperation is the big prize.

Plan of Action

Because, after all, the petrodollar was born in Jeddah in 1974, when the US Treasury Secretary William Simon convinced the Saudis that America was the safest place to park their oil revenue. And this cash flow has allowed the US to live beyond its means for decades.

However, in recent years, relations have become frayed, with Washington’s support for its fracking industry crushing petroleum prices and causing severe fiscal pain for the Saudis. Indeed, the primary reason for Riyadh’s developing detente with Russia has been a mutual desire to prevent a further slide in energy earnings. As a result, earlier this month, King Salman made a historic visit to Moscow, where the yuan plan was surely on the agenda.

Informed analysts insist the Saudis will have to come on board: “I believe that yuan pricing of oil is coming and as soon as the Saudis move to accept it — as the Chinese will compel them to do — then the rest of the oil market will move along with them,” Carl Weinberg, chief economist and managing director at High-Frequency Economics, told CNBC.

The Masterplan

The roots of the petro-yuan lie in a series of “color revolutions” in the former USSR, which convinced Moscow that the West would never treat it as an equal partner. This culminated in a March 2014 speech, in the Kremlin’s majestic Georgievsky Hall, where Vladimir Putin addressed over 1,000 Russian dignitaries. But this was no ordinary keynote. Because tensions between Russia and the West were at levels not seen since the Cold War.

Just a few weeks previously, Ukraine’s government had been violently removed and, amid the chaos, Moscow had hastily moved to reabsorb its “lost province” of Crimea.

A strategically important peninsula, which had been controversially transferred to Kiev in 1954, when the two formed a union-state. At the same time, pro-Russian protests raged in the eastern Ukrainian cities of Donetsk and Lugansk.

Back then, a stern Putin memorably said: “if you compress the spring all the way to its limit, it will snap back hard. You must always remember this.”

Indeed, ever since the United States imposed anti-Russia sanctions, first in 2012, ostensibly due to death of an accountant named Sergey Magnitsky, and the European Union, in 2014, in response to the Ukraine crisis, Moscow has been searching for ways to push back at the coercive measures.

The retaliation toward the EU was relatively straightforward: a food import ban, which has had the positive side effect of significantly boosting the domestic Russian agriculture industry, after initially contributing to inflation. However, due to a much smaller interdependency in trade, it’s proved harder to get even with Washington. Until now that is.

There is little doubt Moscow is hoping to engineer a US economic crisis to cripple its perpetual foe. Indeed, as CNBC also notes: “Russia and China have sought to operate in a non-dollar environment when trading oil. Both countries have also increased their efforts to mine and acquire physical gold if, or perhaps when, the dollar collapses.”

If the Saudis don’t play ball, they risk losing further market share. Especially, after new gas and oil pipelines from Russia to China begin operation next year. And there’s also the prospect that Chinese investors could boycott the IPO of state behemoth Saudi Aramco next year.

Meanwhile, there are high expectations for the petro-yuan. Because anything that weakens the American ability to wage economic war, and destabilize the Eurasian space, is a major win for the Kremlin. Furthermore, Putin may also consider the end of dollar dominance to be an important part of his legacy as he prepares for a likely final term as Russian President.

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Xi Calls For ‘New World Order’ Dominated By China And Russia And The Elimination Of The US

Hasn’t this been the plan all along? Of course, it has and their brainwashing techniques have been key in getting people to support their agenda. When will the world realize that this is EXACTLY what will happen and that we will all live under a new Stalin era, but this time led by Putin? 

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The men who would be kings of the world: Putin and Xi 

“Xi Calls for ‘New World Order’ Dominated by China and Russia and the Elimination of the US” Source:

 Chinese president Xi Jinping has called on Russia to join China in forming a “New World Order” dominated by both countries that he expects to realize in the next 10 years.

In a vitriolic speech delivered at the 95th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party this July, Xi urged Russia and its president Vladimir Putin to join China in a military alliance that will render NATO (the North Atlantic Treaty Organization) “powerless” and “put an end to the imperialist desires of the West.”This China-Russia alliance is intended to put more pressure on the United States, China’s main antagonist in the South China Sea, by stretching its military forces even thinner with more naval deployments to Europe.But more important for China, a military alliance with Russia along the lines of NATO will mean Russia will be obligated to fight alongside China should a war break out in Asia against the U.S.

“The world is on the verge of radical change,” said Xi to his communist comrades. “We see how the European Union is gradually collapsing, as is the US economy — it is all over for the new world order.”

“So, it will never again be as it was before. In 10 years we will have a new world order in which the key will be the union of China and Russia,” said Xi.

Putin has so far not publicly responded to the offer of a military alliance. Putin, however, has long been in favor of a broader military and economic relationship with China. He described both nation’s existing cooperation as an “all-embracing and strategic partnership.”

Xi’s speech was described as incendiary by the West.

Xi’s bitter comments came as China faces mounting military challenges and international censure stemming from its obstinate refusal to accept the ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague. This court ruled on July 12 that China has no legal basis to claim historic rights within the “nine-dash line” in the South China Sea.

Xi is also facing a dangerous leadership challenge within the Communist Party of China from powerful factions allied with former Chinese leaders Hu Jintao and Jiang Zemin. Xi is purging leaders in the communist party and the People’s Liberation Army allied with Hu and Jiang as he strives to transform China into a one-man dictatorship under his rule in the mold of Mao Zedong.

Analysts viewed Xi’s bellicose statements against the West as an attempt to bolster his flagging credentials in the wake of the humiliating South China Sea verdict by the arbitration court. Xi is widely seen as the architect of Chinese aggression in the South China Sea.

Beijing is calling on citizens to be vigilant against anti-government agitators who may be agents of the West.

False Flag

COMMENTARY: Alert – The “Iranian 9/11″ War Ploy (+ Trump’s Speech And Xi’s Fate)

There is no doubt that a war or a major event has already been planned, which will help the tribe make some drastic moves towards the New World Order. It’s becoming very difficult to trust media that we used to trust. As we move closer to this ‘major event’ things will get even more confusing. That is the idea. They know some of us are aware of the plan, but they insist on distracting us. The following analysis of current events is very interesting and, even though the expecting timing could change, what is predicted, looks quite plausible. 

False Flag

“ALERT: The “Iranian 9/11″ War Ploy (+ Trump’s speech and Xi’s fate),” Source

[Note: 11 October 2017 – Will North Korea’s threatened nuke test over the Pacific be done with a short-range SCUD missile? Will “hackers” release details of Xi Jinping’s overseas money stashes to undermine him before the Party Congress? Will the “Deep State’s ‘Iranian’ false flag” take the form of a missile attack on Al Udeid Air Base (in Qatar) launched from Yemen (supposedly using one or more Soumar ground-launched cruise missiles)? More on this in the morning…] [Update 2 – 12 October 2017] – Trump’s speech and Xi’s fate

News came out last night that Trump’s Iran speech will be postponed until tomorrow…

…from CBS News

Does this mean that Friday the 13th has been abandoned as a potential strike date, or do they want the provocation and the strike to occur on the same day? More likely it’s the former. But I will not stop my overwatch of the situation tomorrow. Since the Chinese Communist Party Congress will start on the 18th and continue for a week, I’ll keep going until it’s over. If the globalists miss the opportunity to replace Xi with Li Keqiang at the Congress, it will be a satisfying frustration of their efforts.

Speaking of this replacement, I was noodling last night over what the globalists could do in such a short period of time to justify Xi’s departure from leadership. I concluded that they’d have to hit him with a double-barreled shotgun blast: 1) a catastrophic loss of face on the international stage and 2) a major ethics scandal at home.

To provide the international loss of face, having Kim Jong Un detonate a hydrogen bomb off the coast of China would be a start. Following it up with a quick, catastrophic Chinese military engagement would be a nice finish.

To provide the major domestic scandal, a credible charge of gross corruption would do nicely. The easiest way to achieve this would be a detailed online data dump on his secret financial holdings. After running so many other Party officials out of office on corruption charges, such a revelation would make him look like a huge crook and hypocrite.

Will the Party Congress allow a crook who has humiliated China on the global stage to lead the nation?

More details on these scenarios and the “Iranian” false-flag in the morning…

[Update 1 – 11 October 2017] – Maintaining the Trump Illusion

Will Trump “fall for the Deep State trap” tomorrow?…

…from CNBC/Reuters

By expanding the Mideast war using the method outlined in this entry, the globalists will leave Trump’s phony Anti-Establishment image intact. This is how the controlled alt-media will explain what happened…

“Since Trump refused to allow the Pentagon to attack Russia and its allies in Syria, the Deep State decided to trick him into war. They convinced him to take the seemingly low-risk actions of decertifying the nuclear deal and declaring the Revolutionary Guard as terrorists in order to put pressure on the Iranian ballistic missile program. He was told that these measures wouldn’t cause any real harm because Congress wouldn’t pass new sanctions.

Little did Trump know, though, that the Deep State would use Iran’s rhetorical threats of a ‘crushing response’ as cover for launching a false flag against our own troops. And once he and the public believed Iran had attacked our boys in uniform, his hands were tied. He was compelled to unleash the Pentagon to do what it wanted.”

The speech on Iran is supposed to happen tomorrow, so let’s see if they have the balls to go through with it. If they do, keep an eye on Ukraine also. They’ll probably launch an offensive “to retake Crimea” once the US and Russia go head-to-head in Syria. And if the globalists hope to fulfill their goal of replacing Xi Jinping at the Chinese Communist Party Congress next week, something dramatic will have to happen in the North Korea / South China Sea area too. Will we go from zero-to-sh*tstorm in the next few days, or will they retreat yet again?


The globalists are attempting to escalate the Middle East war as early as Friday the 13th. This is the outline of their plan…

1) Have the neocon-neolib-zionist deep state pressure Trump into decertifying the Iran nuclear deal and declaring the Iranian Revolutionary Guard a terrorist group. This is currently scheduled to happen on Thursday the 12th.

2) Have the Iranians make war threats to deter Trump’s action. This has already occurred…

…from Google News

3) Use the war threats as cover for a “deep state” false-flag targeting Americans (to be blamed on Iran). This attack could come as early as Friday the 13th, and it will most likely target American military forces (Gulf of Tonkin-style). Israeli involvement will later be uncovered.

4) Retaliate against the “terror attack” by striking the Iranians, probably with Israeli military support, in Syria and other places.

So why would they do this, you ask? If you’ve been watching the news, you may have noticed the tsunami of articles proclaiming Putin’s imminent victory in Syria and his reshaping of the entire Mideast. Here is just one example…

…from The Spectator

According to the globalist script, which is playing the “good guy” East against the “bad guy” West in order to set up the New World Order, this means the Western/Israeli bad guys plan for Syria and the rest of the Mideast is on life support. So the only way to save it is to move beyond the proxy war and go head-to-head against Syria, Iran, and Russia. An “Iranian terror attack on Americans” will do nicely to get it started.

We must also watch for concurrent escalations vis-a-vis North Korea, so I’ll append my previous entry to the bottom of this one. I will be monitoring the situation from this alert entry for the remainder of the week.

By the way, keep an eye on Incirlik Air Base in Turkey. At some point, the globalists will want to bring the American nukes there into play. Under one of their contingency plans, Erdogan is scripted to seize control of them and turn Damascus into “a ruinous heap.”

[Note: Keep in mind that there is a new US-Turkey diplomatic confrontation that could escalate into the Incirlik nuke scenario, and Turkish forces have entered Syria’s Idlib Province during the last 24 hours. So if the globalists proceed with their plan, Syrian, Russian, and Iranian forces in Syria could face a Turkish offensive from the north, a US-Kurdish offensive from the east, and an Israeli offensive from the south. Putin is scripted to be the ultimate victor, though.]

++++++++++ APPENDIX ++++++++++

Zero Hedge and the Hazardous Week of October 9 – 13, 2017

Zero Hedge is one of the leading faux-truther / controlled-opposition propaganda sites on the Web. And judging by the elephant walk of NWO propaganda that paraded across their front page yesterday, this could be an eventful week.

First, there are the Trump threats to North Korea…

top article link, bottom article link

So Trump is saying that this is the “calm before the storm” and that force is the only thing that will work with North Korea. And he’s doing this just days after the CIA forecast that Kim will stage a provocation on Columbus Day…

…from US News

And all this is happening at the same time as this…

…from The Wall Street Journal. As I warned in a previous entry

If the official story of the shooting is allowed to fall apart quickly and dramatically, it could set the stage for an imminent war with North Korea. The faux-truthers will say, “The deep state took us to war with North Korea to distract people away from discovering their role in the Las Vegas Massacre.”

Simultaneously, the Russians continue to expose the “deep state’s” connection to ISIS terror…

…from Zero Hedge

So with the “deep state’s” involvement in the Las Vegas shooting going viral, with their backing of ISIS threatening to go viral, and with the crossover between the two stories (ISIS’s claim that the attack was one of theirs), the rationale for flipping the script with a new North Korea crisis is established.

What we have with all these reports is theater for the masses, and it’s the type of show that can lead into the globalist-planned Washington / New York sneak attack I’ve been warning about. But how will they get it going?

On the North Korean side, they supposedly have multiple ICBMs in launch position. So they could either fire off one per day this week, or we could see them fire four at the waters around Guam. And there’s a good chance one of them will be a “full test package” that results in a thermonuclear explosion over the Pacific. This would then trigger Trump’s response and Trump’s response would trigger the sneak attack.

On the American side, keep an eye out for Trump to stage a provocation by forcibly boarding and seizing North Korean merchant ships. The recent news about North Korean rocket launchers headed for Egypt may serve as his justification for doing so. See the September 20 postscript (which is near the top) of this entry for more background information on this scenario.

The 9th, 11th and 13th are the most dangerous days of this hazardous week. And if you see the UN Security Council calling an “emergency meeting” on North Korea, that’s a good day to get out of Manhattan and Washington, DC.

Beyond this teasing of war provocations, a number of other NWO themes were presented yesterday. I’ll cover those as the day goes on.

~ Continued 1 ~

Two other NWO themes that were touched upon yesterday by Zero Hedge were the “people’s revolution” theme and the “smaller units” of government theme…

top article link, bottom article link

The globalists abandoned their first attempt to start people’s revolutions in the EU back in 2015. They intended to use “the birthplace of democracy,” Greece, as the starting point. The Greeks were meant to defect from the overbearing EU to the “freedom-fighting” BRICS, and that model would have then spread among the EU peripheral states until it destroyed the EU in 2016. Now it appears that they’ve substituted Catalonia for Greece and are trying it again.

The people’s revolution that will dismantle the EU is part of the globalists’ broader strategy of breaking large nations into less self-sufficient pieces. Since the smaller nations will lack the capacity to maintain a modern standard of living and a strong national defense on their own, they will become dependent on the globalists’ multilateral institutions for their prosperity and security.

You can read more about the globalists’ plans for revolution and smaller units of government in Globalist Agenda Watch 2015: Update 19 – The Greek “People’s Revolution” and the New European Renaissance, brought to you by the NWO.

~ Continued 2 ~

Another notable article I saw on Zero Hedge’s front page yesterday was this propaganda piece out of Moscow…

article link

It talks about the ongoing changes in the Middle East in terms of the NWO’s phony narrative of opposing “multipolar” and “unipolar” forces. And it is part of the overall media effort to portray Vladimir Putin as having “masterfully outmaneuvered” the West in the Middle East. Just have a look at the barrage of articles on the subject…

…from Google News

Vladimir Putin is the globalists’ chosen leader of the New World Order system, and they are doing everything possible to set him up as “the Prince of Peace” and “the most geopolitically brilliant statesman of this age.” Read Understanding the NWO Strategy to inoculate yourself against these clumsy attempts to build his cult of personality and narrate a battle between the “evil West” and the “benevolent East.” The “Unipolar World Order” is the globalists’ Left Hand and the “Multipolar World Order” is their Right Hand, and they are using Both Hands to build the NWO.

Much love…


[P.S. 10 October 2017] – This week is also dangerous on account of what the US will do to Iran. Read this alert for details…

This is how you set up true democracy…

1) I take responsibility to reach out to the neighbors on my street or in my apartment building, and I’ll set up a time and place where we all can meet weekly to discuss our concerns and hopes. Only a few might show up at first, but if I keep notifying everyone of the time and place of the weekly meeting, more will show up when things start getting rough. And at times of real crisis, ALL will likely come. This will be the beginning of my block council.

After I set up my block council, I’ll reach out to everyone I know and encourage them to do the same where they live. I’ll also take responsibility to reach out, face-to-face, to the people on the next block until I recruit an organizer who will get their block together. In this way, the community-building will spread.

2) Once block councils form, each one can elect a representative to meet with the representatives of the neighboring block councils. They can then discuss the concerns and hopes of the people on their blocks. Ideas will be shared and consensus will start to form. This will be the beginning of the community council.

3) Once community councils form, each one can elect a representative to meet with the representatives of the neighboring community councils. They can then discuss the concerns and hopes of the people of their communities. Ideas will be shared and consensus will start to form. This will be the beginning of the local council.

4) Once local councils form, each one can elect a representative to meet with the representatives of the neighboring local councils. They can then discuss the concerns and hopes of the people of their localities. Ideas will be shared and consensus will start to form. This will be the beginning of the area council.

5) Once area councils form, each one can elect a representative to meet with the representatives of the neighboring area councils. They can then discuss the concerns and hopes of the people of their areas. Ideas will be shared and consensus will start to form. This will be the beginning of the regional council.

6) Once regional councils form, each one can elect a representative to meet with the representatives of the other regional councils. They can then discuss the concerns and hopes of the people of their regions. Ideas will be shared and consensus will start to form. This will be the beginning of the global council.

This simple process of individuals talking to their neighbors to form a community, and those communities reaching out to form broader communities, can cover the entire global population in just these seven steps:

1) Asserting individual sovereignty.
2) Forming block councils.
3) Forming community councils.
4) Forming local councils.
5) Forming area councils.
6) Forming regional councils.
7) Forming a global council.

And each council at each level would need no more than 70 people, and this allows everyone at each level to know each other well. It also allows the voice of every single person to truly matter.

With this seven-tired council structure, the entire population of the Earth, if it were evenly distributed, could be represented by councils no larger than 45 people…

individual (1) x block (45) x community (45) x local (45) x area (45) x regional (45) x global (45) = total people (8.3 billion)

Since populations in different regions (and different blocks) can vary, though, the sizes of the councils at each level would vary. For instance, populous nations such as India and China, if treated as regions, would need councils of up to 70 people…

individual (1) x block (70) x community (70) x local (70) x area (70) x regional (70) = total people (1.68 billion)

And the United States, if treated as a region, would need councils of about 50 to cover the entire population…

individual (1) x block (50) x community (50) x local (50) x area (50) x regional (50) = total people (312.5 million)

As I expand and enhance this article, I’ll explain the very simple rules that would make this system work, and I’ll go into the many benefits it offers. I call this system of government “fractal democracy,” and it is based on the concepts of personal human relationships, anti-hierarchy, decentralization of power, and self-organizing collectivization. It is a way that humanity can cooperate and unite on a global level without the need for artificial states or a troublesome ruling elite.

It’s also as simple as the boogers in your nose, and it has to be that simple in order for people to actually understand it and do it.

Till later, much love….

While everyone was distracted by the NFL shenanigans and the fireworks show in Vegas, North Korea has reportedly moved multiple ICBMs into firing position. So we could see the globalists restart the war provocation spiral at any time, and the Vegas shooting could potentially play into it.

Regardless of whether the Las Vegas shooting was real or crisis-acted, it’s quite predictable where they’re going with it. The controlled alt-media will claim it is yet another mass shooting orchestrated by the neoliberals of the “deep state” to push through gun control measures, and it will be interesting to see how far the globalists allow them to go in picking apart the official story.

If the official story of the shooting is allowed to fall apart quickly and dramatically, it could set the stage for an imminent war with North Korea. The faux-truthers will say, “The deep state took us to war with North Korea to distract people away from discovering their role in the Las Vegas Massacre.”

So one scripted fireworks show could lead to a much larger one. Friday the 13th is just 9 days away.

Bishop Hon

COMMENTARY: Radical Leftist Pope-Francis Ousts Anti-Communist Bishop From Key Post

Pope Francis is not a true Pope but a LIAR, a BLASPHEMER and a SERVANT OF SATAN. These are just a few of many other attributes that describe this false prophet who was put in the Vatican by those who worship Christ’s number one enemy.

Bishop Hon

“Radical leftist Pope-Francis ousts anti-communist bishop from key post,” Source:
Rolling out the tired, old “we’re all immigrants” mantraPope Francis continues to wreak havoc as he community-organizes the Roman Catholic church.

The latest outrage comes in the form of the pope’s September 28 decision to fire Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai, the Secretary of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples at the Vatican. As a result of this power play, the 67-year-old archbishop, who has no diplomatic experience, is going to Athens, Greece, to become the papal nuncio, or ambassador, to the Hellenic Republic.

Archbishop Hon is apparently being sacrificed by Francis as an overture to the Communist Chinese. Hon is from Hong Kong and is the highest-ranking official of Chinese origin in the Vatican, the Epoch Times reports.

As the French newspaper La Croix noted, Archbishop Hon has been one of the most senior bishops opposed to Pope Francis’ policy of rapprochement with the Chinese regime. His position at the Vatican’s Propaganda Fide, where he served for seven years since being appointed there by previous Pope Benedict XVI in 2010, was a powerful post as that put him second-in-command in the Vatican body that directly governs Vatican’s missionary works.

The Vatican and the People’s Republic of China have had no diplomatic relations since 1951, as the Chinese Communist Party insisted from the very beginning of its rule that all bishops of the Roman Catholic Church in mainland China should be appointed by itself so as to maintain control. Instead, a regime-controlled Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association (CPCA) was created to supposedly represent Catholics in China, yet the CPCA has never been recognized by the Vatican.

Francis is a hero to the radical Left because he is one of them. Although the Left vindictively led the charge against the Catholic church during the various sexual abuse scandals, it now has this pope’s back because, except for abortion, he agrees with leftists. For example, the Salon website, a hotbed of hostility to organized religion (except Islam), has switched sides. Salon has been running stories sympathetic to the pope with titles like “The transcendent compassion of Pope Francis” (by leftist mud-hurler Joan Walsh, no less), “Twitter tells the tale: Pope Francis’ speech does not sit well with the conservative ‘intelligentsia,’” and “5 new ways Pope Francis is sticking it to the Christian right.”

Francis is a hero to the radical Left

Francis is solidly plugged into the American Left. In the summer of 2015, community organizers from PICO and SEIU thugs flew to Rome to collaborate with Vatican officials in advance of the pope’s visit, as the National Catholic Reporter reported.

During his visit to the United States, Francis lectured federal lawmakers on the supposed deficiencies of U.S. immigration policy, implying that this country, the most immigrant-friendly nation in the world, treats immigrants badly.

The pope dubiously connected American “sins and the errors of the past” against American Indians with the treatment of immigrants today, imploring the nation not to repeat these “sins” in current dealings with immigrants.

Rolling out the tired, old “we’re all immigrants” mantra, Francis said:

In recent centuries, millions of people came to this land to pursue their dream of building a future in freedom. We, the people of this continent, are not fearful of foreigners, because most of us were once foreigners. I say this to you as the son of immigrants, knowing that so many of you are also descended from immigrants. Tragically, the rights of those who were here long before us were not always respected. … Those first contacts were often turbulent and violent, but it is difficult to judge the past by the criteria of the present. Nonetheless, when the stranger in our midst appeals to us, we must not repeat the sins and the errors of the past. We must resolve now to live as nobly and as justly as possible, as we educate new generations not to turn their back on our “neighbors” and everything around us.

The suggestion that America is anti-immigrant or is not profusely kind to immigrants is a baseless smear. The number of immigrants the U.S. admits has long been completely in line with or higher than other Western nations. The U.S. Department of State even claims this country “accepts more legal immigrants as permanent residents than the rest of the world combined.”

But Pope Francis, an ardent leftist, has an ideological agenda so facts are of little importance to him.


Trump Plans To Accelerate US Arms Sales Abroad

This could mean more money for the US, but it also means feeding the enemy and allowing it to grow stronger. So what is it? Feeding the enemy is more likely to be the real reason behind this arms sales. If we want peace, why are we contributing to violence? 


“Trump plans to accelerate US arms sales abroad,” Source:

US President Donald Trump is planning to accelerate American weapons sales abroad and has prepared to ease the restrictions his predecessor, Barack Obama, in this regard, according to a new report.

Trump’s move is likely to spark concerns about further flooding the global market with high-tech American weapons and fueling conflicts in hot spots like the Middle East, POLITICO reported on Friday.

President Trump will issue an executive order or presidential memorandum in this autumn, asking the State Department and Pentagon to more actively advocate on behalf of US arms manufacturers, according to three administration officials involved in the discussions.

The White House National Security Council (NSC) is working on Trump’s “arms transfer initiative,” which aims to make American companies more efficient in selling fighter jets, ground vehicles, warships, missile defenses and other military gear in an intensely competitive market, the officials told POLITICO.

The new plan would include establishing a more active government role in marketing American military products internationally.  The process would help the US military-industrial complex.

“It is about making sure we are doing everything we can to promote the competitiveness of American trade,” said a State Department official involved in the deliberations, speaking on condition of anonymity. “The message from the NSC is we can certainly be doing more.”

US weapon exports to foreign countries this fiscal year is set to equal or surpass the $69 billion record reached in 2012, according to a recent analysis.

American arms sales needing US congressional approval have already totaled $59 billion, according to research published by Roman Schweizer, a managing director and defense analyst at Cowen Washington Research Group.

Add “the big hardware purchases announced during President Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia” and the total is a new record, he said.

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, and Qatar are buying weapons “to counter Iran”, he said.

The analyst said countries across the globe will be buying weapons to defend themselves against Daesh, NATO and [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council countries.

The United States sold over $40 billion worth of weapons last year, maintaining its position as the world’s dominant arms supplier.

US arms sales increased by around $4 billion in 2015 and represented about half of all weapons agreements globally, according to figures released by the Congressional Research Service, a public policy research arm of the US Congress.

France was far behind in second place at $15 billion in arms sales. Russia came in third with $11 billion. Next were China, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Turkey, Britain, and Israel.