by Alexandra Bruce
It really takes a major crisis – a global crisis – to break the identification with your nation and your culture – something like Climate Change
I’ve been getting some pushback whenever I publish stories about China, so I want to make my position very clear. I am certainly not referring to the Chinese people and I am not even referring to just the Chinese Communist Party, as the latter would NEVER have been able to accomplish what they have without the long term planning and rigging of the world by the Globalists and their treasonous American agents, who sold out their country for personal gain.
Lee Smith calls this elite that forms the nexus of public and private sector interests the “China Class”, in the best article I’ve ever read on this topic of topics:
“And because it was true that China was the source of the
China Class’ power, the novel coronavirus coming out of
Wuhan became the platform for its coup de grace. So
Americans became prey to an anti-democratic elite that used
the coronavirus to demoralize them; lay waste to small
businesses; leave them vulnerable to rioters who are free to
steal, burn, and kill; keep their children from school and the
dying from the last embrace of their loved ones; and
desecrate American history, culture, and society; and defame
the country as systemically racist in order to furnish the
predicate for why ordinary Americans in fact deserved the hell
that the elite’s private and public sector proxies had already
prepared for them.
“For nearly a year, American officials have purposefully laid
waste to our economy and society for the sole purpose of
arrogating more power to themselves while the Chinese
economy has gained on America’s. China’s lockdowns had
nothing to do with the difference in outcomes. Lockdowns are
not public health measures to reduce the spread of a virus.
They are political instruments…
“That Democratic officials intentionally destroyed lives and
ended thousands of them by sending the ill to infect the
elderly in nursing homes is irrelevant to [them]. The job was
to boost coronavirus casualties in order to defeat Trump and
I have said numerous times, “Communist China is a cut-out of the Globalist cabal” but Martin Geddes articulated it better than I in an email he sent to his followers the other day:
“The Chinese Communist Party is the front through which the globalist totalitarian banking aristocracy has been operating its plan to gain complete control of this planet.”
Get it? Think about that and think about the Unconstitutional mass-surveillance being implemented, the Internet of Things, the Smart Grid and Smart Cities that have been in development for the past 20 years and think of the world of vaccine passports and social credit that the banksters are getting ready to deploy. All of this is really Agenda 21, which Rosa Koire describes thus:
“UN Agenda 21 Sustainable Development is the comprehensive blueprint. It’s the “action plan”, as the UN calls it, to inventory and control all land, water, minerals, plants, animals, construction, means of production, energy, education, transportation, information and all human beings in the world. It’s an inventory and control plan.”
The Internet of Things seeks to create a complete digital facsimile of everything on the planet; to create a digital shadow of you, me, everyone and everything. Already, there is a digital strawman of you and allegedly, the algorithms “know” you better than you know yourself and can predict your next steps.
Communist China is a cut-out of the Globalist cabal
To fully execute their plan, the Globalists must end the US Constitutional Republic and impose the China model worldwide. Given the complete disintegration of the rule of law that we’ve witnessed in recent months and how all levels of our government are in thrall to blackmail and bribery – as exemplified by our Cadaver-in-Chief – it appears that they’ve already won.
Our government and the institutions we were supposed to trust have been corrupted so completely by the Globalists that they’ve devolved from mere kleptocracies into ministries of mass-genocide.
People like Andrew Cuomo and Gretchen Whitmer, whose illegal lockdowns have normalized autocracy have also served to discredit the American system, in the eyes of its citizens. This is exactly what the Globalists wanted and these governors are useful idiots.
The debt, the Endless Wars, the managed decline that we’ve seen for decades was always about taking out the US and moving the center of power to China.
The horrendous rolling coup and information warfare that we’ve lived with since the beginning of Trump presidency was all about how he was awakening us to them.
ROSA KOIRE TRANSCRIPT
In this time of stress and anger and fear and separation and limitation, we need to break out of the paralysis and the panic that’s imposed on us and break into a set of positive workable solutions that could bring us closer together, in respect and love.
So, I know that’s what we’re all excited to be participating in today it’s the declaration of taking back control of our life’s direction…
By: John Hayward, Breitbart, 24 Mar 2020:
The opacity of the Chinese Communist government obliges responsible outside observers to look for clues to the truth of the coronavirus epidemic, instead of merely repeating official information without question.
The official count from China is 3,277 fatalities from 81,171 infections as of Tuesday, but the Epoch Times noted the troubling disappearance of some 21 million cell phone accounts in China over the past three months – an unprecedented decline that hints at more fatalities than Beijing is prepared to admit.
It should be stated at the outset that we should not be forced to read tea leaves to figure out what really happened in China, especially in the virus epicenter of Hubei province and the city of Wuhan, where Chinese officials are currently making claims of zero new infections that no one seriously believes. While more responsible governments issue troubling warnings of a second wave of infections, severe enough to prompt the re-imposition of quarantine procedures that were only recently lifted, China claims it has no second wave and all of its new coronavirus cases are imported.
WITH THAT IN MIND, THE EPOCH TIMES THOUGHT IT WAS A BIT ODD FOR 21 MILLION CHINESE CELL PHONES TO ABRUPTLY DISAPPEAR, GIVEN THAT CELL PHONE USAGE HAS BEEN INCREASING CONSTANTLY IN CHINA FOR YEARS, AND PHONES HAVE BEEN TOUTED AS AN IMPORTANT TOOL FOR CONTAINING THE CORONAVIRUS EPIDEMIC:
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China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) announced on March 19 the number of phone users in each province in February. Compared with the previous announcement, which was released on Dec. 18, 2019, for November 2019 data, both cellphone and landline users dropped dramatically. In the same period the year before, the number of users increased.
The number of cellphone users decreased from 1.600957 billion to 1.579927 billion, a drop of 21.03 million. The number of landline users decreased from 190.83 million to 189.99 million, a drop of 840,000.
In the previous February, the number increased. According to MIIT, the number of cellphone users increased in February 2019 from 1.5591 billion to 1.5835 billion, which is 24.37 million more. The number of landline users increased from 183.477 million to 190.118 million, which is 6.641 million more.
According to China’s National Bureau of Statistics, the country’s population at the end of 2019 was 4.67 million larger than in 2018, reaching 1.40005 billion.
The article went on to postulate that some of the landlines might have been shut down as a consequence of the coronavirus quarantines, particularly lines used by shuttered business operations, but the sheer magnitude of the cell phone user decline makes it more difficult to explain. China Mobile, the nation’s largest carrier, reported gaining 3.7 million new accounts in December but then losing over 8 million in January and February, months in which it posted gains of 3.5 million users the previous year.
The Epoch Times considered several explanations for the loss of users, such as migrant workers who kept different cell phones for their home and work cities – necessary due to some of China’s regulations on phone service – abandoning the work phone because it was not needed during the quarantine period, or people generally canceling their phone service because they wanted to save money during the hard months.
On the other hand, the government is currently requiring citizens to use their cell phones to generate “health codes” so their movements can be tracked and permission to travel can be restricted to healthy individuals, so as U.S.-based commentator Tang Jiangyuan put it, it is effectively “impossible for a person to cancel his cellphone.”
“Dealing with the government for pensions and social security, buying train tickets, shopping … no matter what people want to do, they are required to use cell phones,” Tang noted.
The New York Times explained just how heavily Chinese authorities are leaning on those cell phones to monitor their population, and not just for coronavirus infections:
The Times’s analysis found that as soon as a user grants the software access to personal data, a piece of the program labeled “reportIng And Location To Police” sends the person’s location, city name and an identifying code number to a server. The software does not make clear to users its connection to the police. But according to China’s state-run Xinhua news agency and an official police social media account, law enforcement authorities were a crucial partner in the system’s development.
While Chinese internet companies often share data with the government, the process is rarely so direct. In the United States, it would be akin to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention using apps from Amazon and Facebook to track the coronavirus, then quietly sharing user information with the local sheriff’s office.
The system, which relies on a unit of the immense Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba, assigns users a green, yellow, or red “health code” in the style of a traffic light. Predictably, Chinese citizens find the opaque system cryptic and frightening, since the government has not explained exactly how it works.
“In some cities, residents now have to register their phone numbers with an app to take public transportation,” the Times added.
At the beginning of March, the so-called Alipay Health Code system had been launched in the city of Hangzhou, expanded to 200 other cities, and was on its way to a complete nationwide rollout. The rollout ran into some hitches over the following weeks, from technical glitches to confusion caused by local governments adding their own health codes to the already intimidating system.
A correspondent writing for Bloomberg News on March 18 reported using the system and said it was in the process of being “rolled out nationwide at railway stations, restaurants, pharmacies, and more.” Other reports in China have noted how cell phones are ubiquitous there and are employed for everything from accessing public and commercial resources to telecommuting to school during the coronavirus lockdown.
With this in mind, it might not be completely impossible to get by in Chinese cities without a cell phone at the moment, but it seems unlikely that a huge number of citizens would choose this moment to get rid of their phones.
“Lacking data, the real death toll in China is a mystery. The cancellation of 21 million cellphones provides a data point that suggests the real number may be far higher than the official number,” the Epoch Times concluded.