COMMENTARY: Israel And The Unexpected New World Order

Unexpected to the ignorant but expected by those who know the scheme. This article is quite revealing. The plan has been in the works for centuries and it is becoming clearer than ever before. It is called international Communism. We are seeing how the pieces are moving to fulfill the prophecy. The Jews have already played out The United States, now it’s time to focus their attention on a much larger goal, world dominion. The tribe is all about power. They have it and will use it. 


“Israel and the unexpected new world order,” Source: jpost.com

In the new and surprising economic world order, Israel could gain a degree of wealth not seen since the days of King Solomon.

For the Western world, strong new alliances between certain non-Western countries constitute something of a mystery. But while the West is distracted by political uprisings and remains enamored with the idea of its own “manifest destiny,” a new world order is emerging, dominated by up-and-coming global superpowers like Russia, China, and India.

Over the past eight years, many unexpected diplomatic changes have occurred. The Islamic Republic of Iran has formed a partnership with the “infidel” nation of Russia. Less than two years ago, Russia moved into Syria, and shows no signs of leaving. And Syria despite its own problem with radical Islam, has strengthened bonds with Iran’s fundamentalist regime.

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has taunted Western Europe, preferring to pander to Moscow and Beijing. And China, though physically distant, has subtly installed troops in Syria.

China’s fleets are also appearing in joint exercises with Iran in the Persian Gulf and Russia in the Mediterranean.

As for Israel, how is it that this small country, a mere sliver of land, is accorded such deference? The world’s only Jewish state is making deals with Turkey, Russia and China, in spite of their alliances with Iran, which is dedicated to Israel’s annihilation. Why is Jerusalem pursuing such deals? And, ambivalent at best about Israel, why are these nations agreeing to them? A new world order, difficult for the West to recognize, answers many of these questions.

About six months after Barack Obama began his first term as US president, a new partnership was born in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg.

On June 16, 2009, leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, and China (BRIC) met to discuss ways to impact the global financial situation “to reflect changes in the world economy.”

Reuters noted at the time that “BRIC nations account for 15 percent of the $60.7 trillion global economy, but Goldman Sachs predicts that in 20 years time, the four countries could together dwarf the G7 and China’s economy will overtake the United States in total size.”

Indeed, eight years later, those four nations – along with the addition of South Africa, hence BRICS – are rapidly moving toward a position of global economic dominance.

Economic growth is skyrocketing, especially in China and India. In comparison, GDP growth in the US and the UK already look like what Reuters predicted.

BRICS has also established its own international bank, called NDB. Under the auspices of the BRICS member states, its purpose is to finance infrastructure projects inside those member states.

China has started another initiative that, according to global economist Jean-Pierre Lehmann, could bring about “the most dramatic transformation of the world economy since the Industrial Revolution.”

The project is called the Belt and Road Initiative. Unveiled only four years ago, it will take an estimated $7.5 trillion to develop. But the benefit is nothing less than an explosion of prosperity, not just for participating countries but for the whole world. No less than 75 nations have joined the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce.

Members include all the Eastern Goliaths: China, Russia, and India. For those keeping an eye on Israel, other notable members along with the Jewish state include Syria, Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Egypt, Qatar and the Palestinian Territories.

Because China’s most important land “road” runs straight through the countries in this region. A second major route is noted below.

The land road begins in the Chinese city of Xi’an. Its path runs directly through Tehran. Moving into Iraq, it then either goes directly into Turkey or through Syria to both Turkey and the Mediterranean.

If China’s land road goes through Syria, as Tehran hopes it will, it will connect at the Mediterranean for shipping exports to Europe, Africa, North America and South America.

Russia is guarding the Mediterranean with a fully developed and growing seaport. Iran may be connected to the western sea, but Russia is determined to hold its coastal key.

Israel is only miles south of the China land road, and only miles north of its proposed sea road.

The latter, sometimes called the Maritime Road, connects China with Southeast Asia, India, East Africa and, upwards through the Suez Canal, Yemen, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

Geographically, Israel is just off-center. Why then is it treated with such respect, especially by the likes of Russia and China? Already, Israel is getting under the skin of other members in the Silk Road International Chamber of Commerce. Its huge gas and oil fields just offshore in the Mediterranean are on the verge of piping fuel directly to Europe, cutting into Russia’s market.

Maneuvering its way into the transport of goods via China’s land and sea roads, Israel is floating the idea of an alternate shipping route to Egypt’s costly Suez Canal. It will be cheaper and faster, Israel argues, to deliver goods to Eilat, transfer them to a highspeed train that goes to Ashdod on the Mediterranean, and from there ship goods throughout the world. In response, Cairo is already calling foul.

Most importantly, Israel is positioned to guard the world’s Internet. Everything today is traded, controlled and administered online. And Israel is emerging as the world’s number one guardian of the worldwide web. That means, regardless of being a few miles offtrack from China’s Land and Maritime Roads, it is positioned to be the center of both belts.

Economists worry that China’s ambition could trigger a global economic collapse; a currency collapse, specifically. Maybe BRICS and One Belt One Road don’t care. A global currency collapse might be seen as a way to wipe the slate clean of nation-based currencies, especially the US dollar, and establish an international one: like Bitcoin, perhaps.

If Bitcoin is the model for a new Internet-based global currency, Israel is likely to be its guardian too, protecting that currency from hackers around the world.

As chief of security for the world’s information and currency, and with energy independence, Israel stands to gain substantial wealth.

It is a position that explains the willingness of Russia and China to negotiate with Israel today; it is also a position that will invoke resentment tomorrow.

Feeding that resentment will be the small matter of Iran’s determination to annihilate the Jewish state. Inasmuch as it becomes Israel’s neighbor in Syria and Lebanon (as, arguably, it already has), Tehran’s ambition to destroy Israel becomes all but irresistible.

For the sake of trade, China does not want this war. For the same reason, neither does Russia.

Perhaps someone will come along and, strictly for the sake of business, bring peace to the Middle East. But if such a treaty failed, or if for any reason Israel becomes an economic threat to BRICS and One Belt One Road, it is feasible that Russia will descend, China will march and Tehran will launch.

Why? To extract the sliver-sized country, to unblock the flow of commerce, and to deal with “the Jewish problem” once and for all.


Putin Orders To End Trade In US Dollars At Russian Seaports

This decision could have been influenced by recent diplomatic tensions between the US and Russia, but it is also certainly part of the bigger plan. The de-dollarization of the eastern trade. Saudi Arabia, China, and Russia are now trading in Yuan and Gold. This is all meant to flip the power to the east, which is state-owned capitalism. In other words, the end of the petrodollar.



“Putin orders to end trade in US dollars at Russian seaports,” Source: rt.com

Russian President Vladimir Putin has instructed the government to approve legislation making the ruble the main currency of exchange at all Russian seaports by next year, according to the Kremlin website.

To protect the interests of stevedoring companies with foreign currency obligations, the government was instructed to set a transition period before switching to ruble settlements.

According to the head of Russian antitrust watchdog FAS Igor Artemyev, many services in Russian seaports are still priced in US dollars, even though such ports are state-owned.

The proposal to switch port tariffs to rubles was first proposed by the president a year and a half ago. The idea was not embraced by large transport companies, which would like to keep revenues in dollars and other foreign currencies because of fluctuations in the ruble.

Artemyev said the decision will force foreigners to buy Russian currency, which is good for the ruble.

In 2016, his agency filed several lawsuits against the largest Russian port group NMTP. According to FAS, the group of companies set tariffs for transshipment in dollars and raised tariffs from January 2015 “without objective grounds.”

The watchdog ruled that NMTP abused its dominant position in the market and imposed a 9.74 billion rubles fine, or about $165 million at the current exchange rate. The decision was overturned by a court in Moscow in July this year.

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COMMENTARY: Red Russia Is Supplying North Korea With Hydrogen Bombs And ICBM Supplies And Technology

Events are proving to us every day that there are no real efforts made by governments in order to achieve peace. People are still confused when it comes to knowing who the enemy is. It is Communists around the world who are working on destroying us all. The two sides are EVIL vs. HUMANITY. Nothing more. It is time to dig deeper and ignore media until we are clear on who is behind it all and what the objective really is. What is the solution? For those who have power, to act accordingly!

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“Red Russia Is Supplying North Korea With Hydrogen Bombs and ICBM Supplies and Technology,” Source: jewishracism.blogspot.com

Shortly after Washington ordered Moscow to close its consulate in San Francisco and annexes in DC and NY, Kim Jong Un declared that he has hydrogen bombs and North Korea detonated a powerful nuclear device. Red Russia had threatened a mighty response. It came from Red Russia’s proxy State North Korea.

Red Russia has been flying nuclear bombers around the Korean Peninsula to threaten America and our allies with a nuclear attack. Red Russia has supplied North Korea with ICBM missile technology and fuel. Red Russia has now given North Korea hydrogen bombs, and what has Donald Trump said or done about it? Nothing.

North Koreans are fond of tunnels. They have built several leading into South Korea. It is almost certain that they have built many more from North Korea to Red China and Red Russia. Putin is amassing Red Russian troops on the North Korean border. Red China is amassing troops on the North Korean border. If those tunnels exist, they may be filled with weapons stockpiles, armored vehicles, and mobile nuclear missile launchers. They might also serve as fallout shelters for North Koreans, Red Russians, and Red Chinese. While the communists are preparing for war, America and our allies, led by the communist press which subverts us, is seeking new methods of appeasement.

This will inevitably lead to a preemptive nuclear strike on North Korea. But the Red Russians have now supplied North Korea with hydrogen bombs and ICBMs. The Red Chinese and Red Russians can now launch hydrogen bombs on South Korea, Japan and the United States and scapegoat North Korea for the attack. Given Trump’s reticence on Russia, he himself may cast doubts on our military’s reports as to the source of the attack and call it “fake news” that Red China and/or Red Russia has fired off a nuclear strike on South Korea, Japan, and the United States.

It is not going to be pretty, but the United States of America has to act immediately, or face a rapidly deteriorating situation inevitably leading to a global nuclear war. The sooner America attacks, the more difficult it will be for Red China and Red Russia to launch false flag attacks the US and our allies under the pretense that these are North Korean attacks. If we do not immediately begin to treat Red China and Red Russia as the existential threat and Bolshevik regimes that they are, we will not survive.

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VIDEO: China Sees New World Order With Oil Benchmark Backed By Gold

Yes, the world is about to drastically change where the east will have the upper hand. As you all know, east and west are opposite sides of the same coin. Since 1917 the west has been strengthening the east so it could some day rule the world. The sheeple, still believes there are two sides fighting for control, but it is simply a game played by the elite that allows them to further their agenda. America the beacon of freedom ‘is becoming’ the ‘authoritarian and ruthless one’ and the east the ‘democratic one’. Whatever good is left in America will be shifting and the country will no longer play the role it has for centuries. The tribe’s dream is about to come true and Communism will finally rule. 


China sees new world order with oil benchmark backed by gold,” Source: asia.nikkei.com

DENPASAR, Indonesia — China is expected shortly to launch a crude oil futures contract priced in yuan and convertible into gold in what analysts say could be a game-changer for the industry.

The contract could become the most important Asia-based crude oil benchmark, given that China is the world’s biggest oil importer. Crude oil is usually priced in relation to Brent or West Texas Intermediate futures, both denominated in U.S. dollars.

China’s move will allow exporters such as Russia and Iran to circumvent U.S. sanctions by trading in yuan. To further entice trade, China says the yuan will be fully convertible into gold on exchanges in Shanghai and Hong Kong.

“The rules of the global oil game may begin to change enormously,” said Luke Gromen, founder of U.S.-based macroeconomic research company FFTT.

The Shanghai International Energy Exchange has started to train potential users and is carrying out systems tests following substantial preparations in June and July. This will be China’s first commodities futures contract open to foreign companies such as investment funds, trading houses, and petroleum companies.

Most of China’s crude imports, which averaged around 7.6 million barrels a day in 2016, are bought on long-term contracts between China’s major oil companies and foreign national oil companies. Deals also take place between Chinese majors and independent Chinese refiners, and between foreign oil majors and global trading companies.

Alan Bannister, Asia director of S&P Global Platts, an energy information provider, said that the active involvement of Chinese independent refiners over the last few years “has created a more diverse marketplace of participants domestically in China, creating an environment in which a crude futures contract is more likely to succeed.”

China has long wanted to reduce the dominance of the U.S. dollar in the commodities markets. Yuan-denominated gold futures have been traded on the Shanghai Gold Exchange since April 2016, and the exchange is planning to launch the product in Budapest later this year.

Yuan-denominated gold contracts were also launched in Hong Kong in July — after two unsuccessful earlier attempts — as China seeks to internationalize its currency. The contracts have been moderately successful.

The existence of yuan-backed oil and gold futures means that users will have the option of being paid in physical gold, said Alasdair Macleod, head of research at Goldmoney, a gold-based financial services company based in Toronto. “It is a mechanism which is likely to appeal to oil producers that prefer to avoid using dollars, and are not ready to accept that being paid in yuan for oil sales to China is a good idea either,” Macleod said.

Yuan-denominated gold contracts have significant implications, especially for countries like Russia and Iran, Qatar and Venezuela, said Louis-Vincent Gave, chief executive of Gavekal Research, a Hong Kong-based financial research company.

These countries would be less vulnerable to Washington’s use of the dollar as a “soft weapon,” if they should fall foul of U.S. foreign policy, he said. “By creating a gold contract settled in renminbi [an alternative name for the yuan], Russia may now sell oil to China for renminbi, then take whatever excess currency it earns to buy gold in Hong Kong. As a result, Russia does not have to buy Chinese assets or switch the proceeds into dollars,” said Gave.

Grant Williams, an adviser to Vulpes Investment Management, a Singapore-based hedge fund sponsor, said he expects most oil producers to be happy to exchange their oil reserves for gold. “It’s a transfer of holding their assets in black liquid to yellow metal. It’s a strategic move swapping oil for gold, rather than for U.S. Treasuries, which can be printed out of thin air,” he said.

China has been indicating to producers that those happy to sell to them in yuan will benefit from more business. Producers that will not sell to China in yuan will lose market share.

Saudi Arabia, a U.S. ally, is a case in point. China proposed pricing oil in yuan to Saudi Arabia in late July, according to Chinese media. It is unclear if Saudi Arabia will yield to its biggest customer, but Beijing has been reducing Saudi Arabia’s share of its total imports, which fell from 25% in 2008 to 15% in 2016.

Chinese oil imports rose 13.8% year-on-year during the first half of 2017, but supplies from Saudi Arabia inched up just 1% year-on-year. Over the same timeframe, Russian oil shipments jumped 11%, making Russia China’s top supplier. Angola, which made the yuan its second legal currency in 2015, leapfrogged Saudi Arabia into second spot with an increase of 22% in oil exports to China in the same period.

If Saudi Arabia accepts yuan settlement for oil, Gave said, “this would go down like a lead balloon in Washington, where the U.S. Treasury would see this as a threat to the dollar’s hegemony… and it is unlikely the U.S. would continue to approve modern weapon sales to Saudi and the embedded protection of the House of Saud [the kingdom’s ruling family] that comes with them.”

The alternative for Saudi Arabia is equally unappetizing. “Getting boxed out of the Chinese market will increasingly mean having to dump excess oil inventories on the global stage, thereby ensuring a sustained low price for oil,” said Gave.

But the kingdom is finding other ways to get in with China. On Aug. 24, Saudi Vice Minister of Economy and Planning Mohammed al-Tuwaijri, told a conference in Jeddah that the government was looking at the possibility of issuing a yuan-denominated bond. Saudi Arabia and China have also agreed to establish a $20 billion joint investment fund.

Furthermore, the two countries could cement their relationship if China were to take a cornerstone investment in the planned initial public offering of a 5% state in Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s national oil company. The IPO is expected to be the largest ever, although details on the listing venue and valuation are yet scant.

If China were to buy into Saudi Aramco the pricing of Saudi oil could shift from U.S. dollars to yuan, said Macleod. Crucially, “if China can tie in Aramco, with Russia, Iran et al, she will have a degree of influence over nearly 40% of global production, and will be able to progress her desire to exclude dollars for yuan,” he said.

“What is interesting is that China’s leadership originally planned to clean up the markets next year, but brought it forward to this year. One interpretation of that change is that they have brought forward the day when they pay for oil in yuan,” said Simon Hunt, a strategic adviser to international investors on the Chinese economy and geopolitics.

China is also making efforts to set other commodity benchmarks, such as gas and copper, as Beijing seeks to transform the yuan into the natural trading currency for Asia and emerging markets.

Yuan oil futures are expected to attract interest from investors and funds, while state-backed oil majors, such as PetroChina and China Petroleum & Chemical (Sinopec) will provide liquidity to ensure trade. Locally registered entities of JPMorgan, a U.S. bank, and UBS, a Swiss bank, are among the first to have gained approval to trade the contract. But it is understood that the market will be also open to retail investors.

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COMMENTARY: For China’s Global Ambitions, ‘Iran Is At The Center Of Everything’

For the communist tribe, Iran is key. The One Belt One Road will not only boost communist Chinese economy but will help the regime expand their tentacles to Europe and the rest of the globe. Russia will work together with China on the Silk Road initiative. Israel, on the other hand, is cozying up to Russia, and Russia backs Iran. So should we still believe that ‘tensions’ between Israel and Iran are real? Or are they simply entertainment for the masses?

We know that Israel has been using the US for decades, helping strengthen Russia and China, with American technology. The Jews steal from the American taxpayers, by infiltrating the US Government with Jews and using bribes and blackmail to control their puppets at high government levels.

Anthony Sutton’s three volume book titled “Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, 1917 to 1930”, published by The Hoover Institute at Stanford University, documents how western nations were the ones to finance the economic growth of the Soviet Union during that period. The money came mostly from The United States and Germany. 730 Americans worked at the Stalingrad Tractor Plant. The Soviet Union’s manufacturing and technological base helped supply North Vietnam’s armaments to kill American soldiers. The base was not only built by US firms but paid in great part by American taxpayers. 

We see how the entire Middle East is falling into the hands of the communist Jews. What will happen to the Arabs? Most of the Goyim are already being killed and those left will become slaves once their masters finally take over Arab lands. Welcome to the New Soviet Union also called New World Order! 


An Iranian employee at the Pardis Kaghaz Pazh recycled paper factory in Neyshabur, Iran, one of eight factories established by Zuoru Lin, a Chinese entrepreneur from Beijing. Arash Khamooshi for The New York Times


“For China’s Global Ambitions, ‘Iran Is at the Center of Everything’,” Source: nytimes.com

When Zuoru Lin, a Beijing entrepreneur, first heard about business opportunities in eastern Iran, he was skeptical. But then he bought a map and began to envision the region without any borders, as one enormous market.

“Many countries are close by, even Europe,” Mr. Lin, 49, said while driving his white BMW over the highway connecting Tehran to the eastern Iranian city of Mashhad recently.

“Iran is at the center of everything.”

For millenniums, Iran has prospered as a trading hub linking East and West. Now, that role is set to expand in coming years as China unspools its “One Belt, One Road” project, which promises more than $1 trillion in infrastructure investment — bridges, rails, ports, and energy — in over 60 countries across Europe, Asia and Africa. Iran, historically a crossroads, is strategically at the center of those plans.

Like pieces of a sprawling geopolitical puzzle, components of China’s infrastructure network are being put in place. In eastern Iran, Chinese workers are busily modernizing one of the country’s major rail routes, standardizing gauge sizes, improving the track bed and rebuilding bridges, with the ultimate goal of connecting Tehran to Turkmenistan and Afghanistan.

Much the same is happening in western Iran, where railroad crews are working to link the capital to Turkey and, eventually, to Europe. Other rail projects will connect Tehran and Mashhad with deepwater ports in the country’s south.

Once dependent on Beijing during the years of international isolation imposed by the West for its nuclear program, Iran is now critical to China’s ability to realize its grandiose ambitions. Other routes to Western markets are longer and lead through Russia, potentially a competitor of China.

“It is not as if their project is canceled if we don’t participate,” said Asghar Fakhrieh-Kashan, the Iranian deputy minister of roads and urban development. “But if they want to save time and money, they will choose the shortest route.”

He added with a smile:

“There are also political advantages to Iran, compared to Russia. They are highly interested in working with us.”

Mr. Lin visiting the Khavaran Alyaf Parsian polyester factory. He established his factories along what will be a key part of the “One Belt, One Road” trade route. Arash Khamooshi for The New York Times
Others worry that with the large-scale Chinese investment and China’s growing presence in the Iranian economy, Tehran will become more dependent than ever on China, already its biggest trading partner.
China is also an important market for Iranian oil, and because of remaining unilateral American sanctions that intimidate global banks, it is the only source of the large amounts of capital Iran needs to finance critical infrastructure projects. But that, apparently, is a risk the leadership is prepared to take.
“China is dominating Iran,” said Mehdi Taghavi, an economics professor at Allameh Tabataba’i University in Tehran, adding that the “Iranian authorities do not see any drawbacks to being dependent on China. Together, we are moving ahead.”

It is not just roads and rail lines that Iran is getting from China. Iran is also becoming an increasingly popular destination for Chinese entrepreneurs like Mr. Lin. With a few words of Persian, as well as low-interest loans and tax breaks from the Chinese and Iranian governments, he has built a small empire since moving to Iran in 2002. His eight factories make a wide variety of goods that find markets in Iran and in neighboring countries.

“You can say that I was even more visionary than some of our politicians,” Mr. Lin said with a laugh.

Since 2013, when the “One Belt, One Road” plan was started, he has had dozens of visitors from China and multiple meetings with the Chinese ambassador in Tehran.

“I was a pioneer, and they want to hear my experiences,” he said.

Mr. Lin established his factories along what will be a key part of the trade route — a 575-mile electrified rail line linking Tehran and Mashhad, financed with a $1.6 billion loan from China. When completed and attached to the wider network, the new line will enable Mr. Lin to export his goods as far as northern Europe, Poland and Russia, at much less cost than today.

“I am expecting a 50 percent increase in revenue,” Mr. Lin said. He lit another cigarette. “Of course, Iran’s economy will also grow. China will expand. Its power will grow.”

He played Chinese pop music in his car and tapped his fingers on the wheel. “Life is good in Iran,” he said. “The future is good.”

Iranian and Chinese employees working at the recycled paper factory. Arash Khamooshi for The New York Times

Iranians who spotted Mr. Lin driving between his factories waved and smiled. Having mastered a few basic phrases in Persian over the years, he said “hi” and “goodbye” to some of his 2,000 employees. Iranians are hard workers, he said, but he does not like their food. “We grow our own vegetables and eat Chinese food,” he said. “Just like home.”

Even when the boss was out of earshot, workers in his factories said that they were very happy with the Chinese.

“They pay every month on time and only hire people instead of fire them,” Amir Dalilian, a guard, said. “If more will come, our economy will flourish.”

When finished, the proposed rail link will stretch nearly 2,000 miles, from Urumqi, the capital of China’s western region of Xinjiang, to Tehran. If all goes according to plan, it will connect Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, China’s state-owned paper, China Daily, wrote. Track sizes need to be adjusted and new connections made, as well as upgrades to the newest trains.

In a 2016 test, China and Iran drove a train from the port of Shanghai in eastern China to Tehran in just 12 days, a journey that takes 30 days by sea. In Iran, they used the existing track between Tehran and Mashhad, powered by a slower diesel-powered train. When the new line is opened in 2021, it is expected to accommodate electric trains at speeds up to 125 miles an hour.

Mr. Fakhrieh-Kashan, an English speaker who oversees negotiation of most of the larger international state business deals, said the Chinese initiative would do much more than just provide a channel for transporting goods.

“Think infrastructure, city planning, cultural exchanges, commercial agreements, investments and tourism,” he said.

“You can pick any project, they are all under this umbrella.”

Business ties between Iran and China have been growing since the United States and its European allies at the time started pressuring Iran over its nuclear program around 2007. China remains the largest buyer of Iranian crude, even after Western sanctions were lifted in 2016, allowing Iran to again sell oil in European markets.

Chinese state companies are active all over the country, building highways, digging mines and making steel. Tehran’s shops are flooded with Chinese products and its streets clogged with Chinese cars.

Iran’s leaders hope that the country’s participation in the plan will enable them to piggyback on China’s large economic ambitions.

“The Chinese plan is designed in such a way that it will establish Chinese hegemony across half of the world,” Mr. Fakhrieh-Kashan said.

“While Iran will put its own interests first, we are creating corridors at the requests of the Chinese. It will give us huge access to new markets.”


Chinese Tourists Arrested In Berlin For Nazi Salute At Reichstag

Communist Russian Television published this and they must be happy to see how their sick ideology is already ruling the world. Germany of all places has become the seat of international Jewry! What a contradiction! How did we get to this absurd point?! How can these criminals continue to censor the truth about WW2 and Hitler? If someone raised his or her hand in favor of Lenin or Stalin he would be praised, but anything that has to do with Hitler is condemned. People praise Lucifer and nothing happens to them! This is exactly what Hitler was fighting against. Without a doubt, animals are more protective of their race than humans. 

German police have arrested two Chinese tourists for giving a “Heil Hitler” salute outside the country’s historic Reichstag parliament building.
The pair, 36 and 49-year-old males, were arrested on Saturday after being spotted photographing each other giving the banned salute. Seriously.
The inappropriate duo now face charges for “using symbols of illegal organizations” and were released by police after posting bail of €500 ($588) each.
Germany does not take kindly to the Nazi salute. The state has strict laws on hate speech and symbols pertaining to the Nazi era.
The tourists probably didn’t help themselves by posing outside the iconic Reichstag, a powerful symbol and building of some historical note in Germany. It was engulfed in flames by arsonists, most likely paid by the Nazi party, in 1933.
The blaze was blamed on communists and Hitler and his henchmen used the fire as an excuse to severely crack down on civil liberties within the Nazi state.

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VIDEO: How China Is Building Our Dystopian Future

Our future looks quite scary while American’s continue to focus their attention on local politics Trump and his tribal friends are advancing the agenda. Keep in mind that China, Russia, and Israel are in this together building the new Soviet Empire. Everyone’s mind should be focusing on what is happening at an international level, then they will understand better the cards that are being played inside the country. Please share this video and let people know what awaits them around the corner. 



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Russia Holds First Ever Military Parade In Syria

We wonder how many shekels did Assad get from the tribe to participate in this new Soviet expansion plan. Some sort of deal must have taken place behind the scenes, where Assad gets a juicy share of the proceeds from all the oil that these criminals are planning to extract from the region, in exchange for allowing them to expand their tentacles and take over Syria. This charade of pretending that the US has lost its leading power and Russia is there to replace them and bring ‘democracy and peace back to the Goyim world’ is part of the brainwashing intended to ‘show the world’ how evil America is and how Russia has come to the rescue. Don’t let them fool you! They are ALL in bed together laughing at you! Also keep in mind the presence of China in Syria as well and the One Belt One Road economic ‘initiative’. It all fits in nicely with the tribe’s diabolical New World Order plans. 


Russia holds first ever military parade in Syria,” Source: independent.co.uk

Russia’s armed forces have celebrated Navy Day with processions and parades across the world – including its first ever celebration in Syria.

Navy Day is a national holiday for Russians on which huge parades are held in St Petersburg – Moscow’s second largest city and the home of the Navy – on the last Sunday of July.

There are usually smaller processions at Russian naval bases across the vast country as well as around the world, including Crimea, annexed in 2014, and for the first time this year, the regime-held Syrian city of Tartous.

The Russian and Russian navy flags were raised in the city on Sunday as six warships and a Black Sea Fleet submarine took part in the celebrations, Russia state news agency Interfax reported, accompanied by jets from the nearby Hmeymim air base.

A deal with the Syrian government struck in January of this year will in effect solidify Moscow’s presence at the Hmeymim air base with a lease over the next 49 years and options to renew the presence of troops there for 25-year-long periods.  

It is now Moscow’s only permanent Mediterranean base after President Vladimir Putin signed it into law last week.

Russia has proven to be Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad’s most powerful ally in his now more than six-year-old war against various rebel factions; Russian bombing against Isis and moderate Sunni rebel groups has been widely credited with turning the tide of the war in Mr. Assad’s favor.

The scale of this year’s parades was unprecedented. Observers believe Sunday’s huge celebrations were designed to show both Russia’s military prowess and Moscow’s ambition to reposition itself as a global power in the face of a more isolationist US.

In St Petersburg, more than 5,000 sailors took part in a parade featuring more 50 ships and submarines and flyovers by 40 jets. Two Chinese warships also took part in the St Petersburg celebrations – a sign of the increasingly close ties between Moscow and Beijing. 

The procession was overseen by Mr. Putin, who said in a speech that “Russia’s history is inseparable from the victories of its courageous and fearless Navy,” and announced the addition of 30 new vessels to the Russian fleet over the course of 2017.

Mr. Assad did not attend the Tartous processions.

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COMMENTARY: Airbrushing Stalin And Mao’s Horrific Crimes

Justifying and whitewashing atrocities seems to be the pattern with communist Jews. The fact is that we hardly hear about all the crimes they committed and continue to commit, but instead we are bombarded with lies on the so-called Holocaust. No one can possibly doubt that these Jews have total control over the information the ‘slaves’ receive as well as the criminal ability to stay in power. Putin will not leave Russia, just like Netanyahu will not leave Israel. Those two, as well as those who control the United Nations and most of the rest of the world leaders, are in power for one reason only, and that is to continue shaping the world we live into the tribe’s desire. 

While reading this article, it’s quite disturbing to see how the author points out certain facts about Russia and China and then goes on to say that ‘in much of the world, there are or have been major efforts to confront uncomfortable truths about the past’. Is he serious? Every time anyone dares to expose the entire truth of who was behind any major past event anywhere in the world they are completely silenced. Only those who speak ‘half truths’ are allowed to talk. Every single major problem or internal war that has taken place in any country in the world was pre-planned by the tribe, especially in the countries the author mentions.  Why is it so hard to expose the entire truth? 

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Airbrushing Stalin and Mao’s Horrific Crimes,” Source: worldaffairsjournal.org

“It’s easy predicting the future,” an old Soviet joke went. “What’s difficult is predicting the past.”

There is a war going on over the interpretation of history. A search for a “correct” version of the past has been launched in a number of countries, often by embittered nationalist forces, as in Poland. But the most aggressive assault is being orchestrated by dictators like Vladimir Putin and China’s Communist Party leadership. 

There is much at stake in this revisionist enterprise. The most alarming goal is to reappraise leaders like Joseph Stalin and Mao Zedong, to whitewash their atrocities and ensure that, at least for a domestic audience, they are presented as heroic figures whose crimes were minuscule in comparison with their achievements. Another objective is to depict the country in question as both the ultimate victim and the ultimate winner.

The reassessment of Stalin dovetailed with Putin’s promotion of a narrative in which Russia is a great power that recovered from the chaos of the Boris Yeltsin era and overcame the hostility of determined enemies. According to a revised curriculum that Putin commissioned, Russia’s dark chapters—its domination of Eastern Europe, the Stalinist purges—were understandable responses to the country’s encirclement by foreign foes. Approved history texts paint a picture of an all-wise Russian state, under both Stalin and Putin, whose requirements always take precedence over the needs of the individual.

In China, official histories continue to falsify the events of Mao Zedong’s Great Leap Forward, a collectivization campaign that serious scholars rank among the most lethal politically inspired catastrophes of all time, with an estimated 30 million people left dead from famine, forced labor, and other causes. Communist Party officials do not acknowledge anything approaching the full dimensions of the tragedy. Nor have they admitted that the party, and especially Mao, was responsible. Often, they blame the weather.

Chinese leaders may be even more concerned about presenting the “correct” interpretation of history than their Russian counterparts. An updated official version of the party history took 16 years to draft, including four extensive rewrites. In 2013, the General Office of the Communist Party Central Committee issued a secret directive prohibiting universities from permitting the discussion of seven themes—the “Seven Don’t Mentions.” To independently minded scholars, the most disturbing item on the list was the leadership’s mistakes.

While the Chinese authorities have never come close to permitting a serious investigation of either the Great Leap Forward or the subsequent Cultural Revolution, these and other aspects of the party’s past were not considered utterly taboo until recently, as long as the discussion did not lead to serious challenges to orthodox historical interpretations. According to the policies set down under current party leader Xi Jinping, talking in classrooms about Mao’s errors is now forbidden.

In much of the world, there are or have been major efforts to confront uncomfortable truths about the past. This is true of Germany and South Africa. Latin American countries like Chile and Argentina have probed the histories of ugly conflicts between military juntas and Marxist revolutionaries. South Korea and Taiwan have addressed the complex legacies, including outright crimes, of dictators. Recently, the new South Korean government took the important step of dropping a history curriculum that offered a more positive interpretation of past military rulers.

The process of accounting for the crimes of earlier decades can raise a tangle of ethical and emotional challenges in any country. But resistance to a full examination of the past is especially bitter in societies where communism long prevailed. In China, Mao’s heirs still control the state, and the legitimacy of the system is built on the veneration of the Great Helmsman. In Russia, the leadership praises the achievements of Stalin. In both countries, approving the acts of human monsters reinforces an overarching message that internal stability demands a rejection of liberal notions about individual freedom.

The communist system was responsible for four of the most destructive episodes of the 20th century: Stalin’s purges, the Great Leap Forward, the Cultural Revolution, and the Cambodian genocide. Add to this the persecutions inflicted on the people of Eastern Europe, the ongoing dystopian misery imposed by North Korea’s Kim dynasty, and many other abuses, and the population affected by communist atrocities swells even further.

While few people today admire totalitarian Marxism as a governing system, there is a reluctance to reject it with the same moral clarity as in assessments of Nazism. As long as Stalin and Mao, two of history’s worst mass murderers, escape similar opprobrium in their own countries, a reckoning with historical truth and an understanding of its lessons will be postponed.


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