Question about China

Hi Benjamin,

I was wondering about your opinion concerning the Globalist threat that China might present to the world.

I had always understood that the Rothschild “game plan” was to collapse the American Empire (just like they did with the British Empire after WWII) and then have China become the next dominant empire in the world.  Part of their “order out of chaos” motto.

I notice China is spreading their economic influence throughout both the Pacific and the Caribbean Islands, as well as in South America and Mexico.  They are also establishing economic projects throughout Africa and the Middle East, and of course making Russia their ally rather than their enemy.

While real economic development in the world is welcome (rather than destruction through wars), I am concerned about Xi Jinping declaring himself “President for Life,” as well as the new “Social Credit System” with advanced surveillance technology being implemented throughout China.

My concern is that Xi and the CCP will be tempted to consolidate their economic power throughout the world, especially with the upgrades in their military technology.  Will other countries be able to stop them from ambitions of an expansive Chinese Empire?

I’m one-quarter Chinese and I know that China has long held a belief that they are overdue for a prominent position of recognition in this world.  They have a chip on their shoulder for past indignities suffered at the hands of the Western nations.

What do you think is the risk here?  Appreciate your opinion.

—MB


Hi M,

China, like any country, has people with various ideologies and world views.  The hard-core nationalists believe the West has had long enough, and now it is China’s turn to rule the world.  The globalists in China want China to be part of a world government.

The majority of Chinese, however, are probably mostly apolitical as long as their own personal and family lives are okay.

In the end, though, because of the one child policy, China has a rapidly aging and soon to be shrinking population.

If you look at demographics alone, we will soon see India being the next center of growth.  Right now 60% of their population of 1.3 billion is under the age of 30, so they are young.  Next, if you look again at population growth and the number of young people, will be Africa.

If the West does not want to be dominated by other countries, they need to hurry up and get rid of the incompetent and satanic leadership and start raising their birth rate.  Right now women in all Western countries are not having enough children to replace the current generation.  In other words, as things now stand, shrinking and aging populations mean long-term decline for the West.

There’s lots of talk about there being too many people in the world, but that’s just not true.  The problem is incompetent governments.  It should be fairly easy to keep growing the population even as we increase the amount of virgin nature and wildlife.

—BF

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belle3

Sorry see 425827

meridianwoman
meridianwoman

The last paragraph about about “too many people in the the world, but it’s just not true.”
Over population… It IS TRUE!
Wouldn’t a good way to start Meritocracy, is to begin rewarding all invidivuals with some kind of merit, for following the sensible rule of ‘ONE CHILD PER PERSON.’

This reward system MUST be universally applied, including white people. (You mentioned that Westerners should have lots of children, but isn’t that inclusion a little supremacist?

Yes, I’m a white person too, but isn’t the big picture about saving the planet?:
Given the opportunity, a small number of geniuses are born into every race. Individuals have the potential to shine, given we all live in a system of Meritocracy that practices equality and justice

“Human numbers have risen from one billion to our current population of seven billion in 200 years. That is pretty short order, and we have got to that state through our cleverness and inventiveness. But that cleverness and inventiveness are now the sources of all the global problems we face today – and those problems are only going to intensify as our numbers continue to grow. It is really important to talk about overpopulation. Far too many scientists still refuse to discuss the issue. Yet it lies at the heart of all our environmental problems today.”
https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2012/jul/15/overpopulation-root-planet-problems-emmott
or
“Advocates of population moderation cite issues like exceeding the Earth’s carrying capacity, global warming, potential or imminent ecological collapse, impact on quality of life, and risk of mass starvation or even extinction as a basis to argue for population decline.

A more controversial definition of overpopulation, as advocated by Paul Ehrlich, is a situation where a population is in the process of depleting non-renewable resources. Under this definition, changes in lifestyle could cause an overpopulated area to no longer be overpopulated without any reduction in population, or vice versa.[2][3][4]

Scientists suggest that the overall human impact on the environment, due to overpopulation, overconsumption, pollution, and proliferation of technology, has pushed the planet into a new geological epoch known as the Anthropocene”
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_overpopulation
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Thank you for listening.

Kn Os
Kn Os

After all these years many westerners still believes what the mainstream media tell them how China is. The Anti China movement just another propaganda isn’t new.

suzy

I don’t want to live in a city, Will ranch & farm land still be there for people who love that kind of life? Will there still be the freedom the US is used to?