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Any chance of avoiding utter chaos breaking out requires that Russia and China push back together on Team NATO + Israel.

And China looks a little wobbly on that.

China is taking the rebels seriously.


"China is also considering inviting Syrian opposition groups in the nesr term to China."

"Rothschild, the more-than-200-year-old family-controlled banking dynasty, is making a big move in China, and Yu is leading the charge. It plans to add 15 merger advisers there by March, giving it 55 in all, more than any foreign investment bank, says Olivier Pecoux, co-chief executive officer of Rothschild. Today, the merger business in China is still relatively small. So far this year, China has accounted for about 9 percent of the $1.1 trillion in deals around the globe, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The potential, though, is enormous. China has $2.5 trillion in untapped foreign currency reserves and is mandating that state-owned companies expand abroad to secure natural resources such as oil and metals."The economic balance of power has already changed, and it is moving to the East," says Yu, whose title is head of greater China. "There will be an increasing number of Western companies selling assets to China.""
AUGUST 5, 2010

The bankers made a decision to move the balance of power to the East, led by China. In exchange, China has made some concessions to the bankers pet country?

Recent news From follow the money:


Three Chinese warships from the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) docked in Haifa Aug. 13 for a five-day visit here as guests of the Israel Navy.
Led by Rear Adm. Yang Junfei, deputy commander of the PLAN’s North China Sea Fleet, the Chinese contingent will tour multiple sites throughout the country in honor of the 20th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Jerusalem and Beijing.

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We have written several posts about the Special Relationship on the QT between China and Israel, apparently based on them both being great ancient civilizations or something. We think the  Chinese should do some more research on that.


The "Beijing Consensus" was coined by Joshua Cooper Ramo, a Jew, who speaks Mandarin and lives between NYC and Beijing, and is the youngest managing director ever at Kissinger Associates, and before that the youngest senior editor ever at TIME Magazine. A summary of his Beijing Consensus paper says:
"A new Beijing Consensus is emerging with new attitudes to politics, development and the global balance of power. It is driven, argues Joshua Ramo, by a ruthless willingness to innovate, a strong belief in sovereignty and multilateralism, and a desire to accumulate the tools of 'asymmetric power projection'. Though it is often misunderstood as a nascent superpower, China has no intention of entering an arms race. Instead, it is intent on projecting enough 'asymmetric power' to limit US political and military action in its region. Through fostering good international relations, it is safeguarding the peaceful environment needed to secure its prosperity, and deterring the attempts of some on the fringes of US politics to turn it into a pariah.
Ramo argues that China offers hope to developing countries after the collapse of the Washington consensus. It provides a more equitable paradigm of development that countries from Malaysia to Korea are following.Based on more than a hundred off the record discussions, the Beijing Consensus captures the excitement of a country where change, newness and innovation are rebounding around journal articles, dinner conversations and policy-debates with mantra-like regularity."(http://fpc.org.uk/publications/TheBeijingConsensus)


Chinese TV made a documentary in twelve episodes, Israel, the land of milk and honey, which will soon be broadcast on CCTV-2, then on the other satellite channels in China.

This documentary was shot in high definition, with a big budget and using the State of Israel. It presents Jewish culture as a beacon of human thought on a par with the Chinese culture.

A private screening was held in Beijing attended by leaders of CCTV and the Embassy of Israel.
About the series "Walk into Israel - A Land of Milk & Honey"
This series is a part of a large-scale television project  "The Road to Civilization - Record of Experiencing the Worldwide Civilizations", produced by China Central Television (CCTV). The 12-episode HD TV documentary series "Walk into Israel - A Land of Milk and Honey", tells the story of the Jewish culture and the process of  establishing the state of Israel and its modernization. The project of planning, filming and producing this series took about 2 years and was strongly supported by the Embassy of Israel in China. The series is now played on channel 2 of CCTV (Sat & Sun, 00:20) and will be soon played on other channels as well.

 "Walk into Israel - A Land of Milk and Honey"  is the first TV series produced by Chinese with historical, overall, organized introduction of the Jewish people and Israel. The film reflects the whole process of the Jewish civilization for the past 4000 years  within 12-episode.

Both Israel and China are great ancient civilizations who contributed a lot to human being, who have a long history, and faced since forever up till now with many challenges. By watching this series, people will have a better understanding regarding the history of the Jewish civilization, and discover the source for Israel's establishment and success. This special project aims to develop the friendship between China and Israel, and to promote cooperation between people from the two nations.
And did you think Israel is *our* bestest friend?
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If China splits off and starts to support Team NATO + Israel, it would do that because these deals have been cut to make China the bankers' new pet. Seems to us thesedeals have been cut. Where does that leave Russia? Bad bad Russia?


Anonymous said...

You know AP, I wonder if there are actually any true opposing factions. It's entirely possible that China (or its leaders at any rate) is part of the new world order and knowingly playing the role of the 'wicked other' at the same time. Same-same Russia. Putin after all is best buds with Berlusconi and grooves on his sex parties.

Imagine if the unstated truth of 1984 was that Eurasia, Eastasia, and Oceania were all in it together, each operating as a variety of tag-team partner? Dig it, it's a tag-team wrestling match albeit with three wrestlers, any one of which can tag whomever is waiting on the ropes. Hmm... good metaphor: the whole thing is a charade for the punters in the bleachers; none of the wrestlers care who they're fighting; and crucially, none of them want to win since that isn't the brief. The brief is that the show must go on. Forever. Thus the tag-you're-it swaps function only to give whichever one is most tired a breather before it's his turn to pile back in on the charade.

Back to reality, insofar as the death cult has two wings, each pointing a finger at the other as the villain (with us expected to take sides, thus distracting us from the truth that they both serve the same master), why not replicate that to a global arena? Clearly the Hegelian thing works and so why reinvent the wheel?

Or maybe not? The Chinese are the most chauvinistic people I've ever met. The leadership must have read their history and they have to know about David Sassoon and his links with the Rothschilds. How can they forgive such a humiliation and make kissy-face with their descendants?

Could this be a crypto thing, ie. the Chinese leadership is some variety of ancient bloodline? Or perhaps they've been dazzled by some variety of demonistic dog and pony show and decided that they must pile in? And all held in place with a paedophilic carrot and stick, of course.

For me, the least likely explanation is that they're forgetful and credulous.

Anyway it's certainly curious and I definitely wonder at the precise mechanism.

A. Peasant said...

Yup you duly nail the options nobs. As an aside, my post on putin and berlusconi is perennially popular, with whom i dont know but that post gets so many hits. And i am a fan of vlad but come on, we know that no one gets in that door without paying the cover charge. And must be same with the chinese, and yes i agree they have the racial superiority thing going on and do they really think they are brothers with the jews?? Really? Seems to me when people have a thing for being number one they dont actually want to share the limelight, so whAt we see here must be a temporary arrangement on someones part. And the chinese actually do have a bona fide ancient civilization so i find it doubtful that they are naive.

Anonymous said...

Great article.

It is tragic how many people believe that Russia and China are going to save Syria from the NATO Israeli war machine.

China is a NWO member and model state for their policies.

A. Peasant said...

Hi anonymous,
Thanks. It is distressing how people get their hopes up fir someone in power to finally do the right thing, but it does not ever seem to go down that way. The connections between china and israel have been kept very low on the radar but they are there and have been there.

This newalgerian who is replacing annan, this is another angle. The chinese have been all over algeria for years, many large projects -- look up sheraton algiers on this blog for an aerial pic, built by the chinese-- and the algerians are not happy with all the chinese in their country. This guy who is now directing the solution may be a proxy for china and so we will see how he negotiates to the opposition benefit.

Just a big crock of shit as explained by robert canup


They will run this through the process of looking at both sides fairly when one side is a complete manufactured spook controlled murderous fake opposition run by thugs. A total racket. China will appear to be reasonable by helping to broker the deal. Russia will still be bad as ever, per the standard narrative of russian badness that we get all the time anyway.

Edo said...

Hi AP,

One thing to remember is that the Chinese are very patient. Take the 100 year lease of Hong Kong for example.

Whether this is some sort of long term plan, none of us will live long enough to find out i suspect.


A. Peasant said...

Hi Edo, excellent point. I do get the sense that the chinese would have the last laugh in this little lovefest with the jews. It is not the case that china needs israel. China is a huge country with many assets of all kinds. The idea that the chinese would allow their culture to be infiltrated to the extent that we have here in the states is laughable.it would not happen on any large scale, not least because the chinese are not christian, or the phony "judeo-christian" that very conveniently made everyone turn the other cheek for our so called elder spiritual brothers, what a crock of shit. That dynamic is not in play and it cant be used again in any case. It was only good for taking over this one country, the USA. They would need a whole other narrative to take over china and i dont see the chinese falling for whatever they might be selling, regardless of how kiss kiss hug hug they might seem at this particular juncture. Prolly just trying to get the financial pieces set up and playing nice for that.

Dublinmick said...

You know I have always felt Nobs was one smart cookie. That is a brilliant deduction.

Yeah no doubt a little more research is in order!

I have long wondered about some of these things I have to tell you I just don't know. I keep thinking what would Sun Szu do? It could be going the other way also, China thinking let all the war talk go on but don't mess with our oil supplies in Iran.

It is been about two years since I read it but the russkies and the Chinese had some type joint computer code alliance up in Mongolia. So who knows?

The coding to decipher is pretty nasty today.

Anonymous said...

Hey boys and girls, as for the 'patience' thing, it's true but at the time the initial ceding of Hong Kong was a shit-spattered defeat. That whole period still rankles for the Chinese. If you go to Beijing there are several places you can go to and see the destruction caused by the English troops who ran amuck during the second opium war. It's all been left as it was with helpful plaques to explain what happened. I'm talking big attractions like the Summer Palace which is equivalent in tourist terms to the Tower of London.

And then there's the endless series of movies featuring a perennial character called Wong Fei Hong (played by Jackie Chan and Jet Li amongst others) who battles the laowai (foreigners) who are looking to steal Chinese cultural artifacts.

Wait! I take it all back. There I was pushing the line that the Chinese remember their treatment but in Wong Fei Hong the laowai are only ever interested in stealing antiquities. He never battles opium pushers, nor bankers and mercantilists, nor the invaders smashing heads off Buddhas.

Now that I think about it, Chinese films display only a sanitised Disney-esque version of their humiliation at the hands of Sassoon and his Royal Navy golem.

Hmm... there's a thought. Which is to say I shall go away and have a think about this.


A. Peasant said...

Hi guys,
I defer to your far superior knowledge on asian cultures nobs. That sems very suspect about their movies though. I dont see why they would sanitize anything unless there was direction from above. In every society we seem to have this problem, china being no exception. But if theres a topic i know absolutely nothing about or even where to begin, it would be chinas hollywood of the era that these movies were made, what are we talking the 1970s? The social engineers get around and of course china has a long history of misery with communism. The one child policy, the aborted babies in the soup, and then that sweet little girl who was run over in the alley and all those people walked by her... That one caused some societal self reflection there. I guess i am saying that from the death cult perspective, china has been a player for a long time. The chinese people have been socially engineered half to death by the lies of scarcity and by control over resources, and other satanic philosophies.

Anonymous said...

Jews and China huh? 400 years huh these are young civilisations compared to Africa and that is the cradle of civilisation!!!

james said...

Sun Tzu would say "get close to your enemy"!

Penny said...

Hey AP

Apologies for the off topic.
saw your comment regarding Cyprus

Don't know if you saw this, but, Marie left it at my place
She resides in Cyprus and appears very on the ball with what is going on in that strategically located piece of land in the Med


Printed it up, but, haven't read it yet..

Knee deep in tomatoes,beets and other veggies as of late

Blanching, Freezing, vacuum sealing

We will be glad for it in the winter, I am sure.

A. Peasant said...

anonymous, i am pretty sure that China goes back past 400 years. as for the hebrews aka apiru / habiru -- seems to be the people kicked out of everyplace thus causing them to have a big chip on their collective shoulder:



James, hi, yes exactly!

hi Pen,
no worries. i saw the document and did a quick post on it, so i just finished it now and put it up. the document is well worth reading.

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