Nothing is black and white.
China and the U.S., from what I can gather, look like two warring dragons with all the little people caught in between. It seems evident that the U.S. is fading in terms of power, indulging in wishful thinking wrt their ability to stand against China. But that doesn’t mean anybody should trust China; I certainly don’t trust a government which shamelessly self-describes their guiding philosophy as Marxist/Leninist and atheist. (Materialism and anti-spirit leads to no good for a society, and 'equality for all' has never worked before on a national level. Why on earth should China get a free pass?
Surly we are not suggesting that China managed to get "Socialism Right" this time?)
China officially guarantees freedom of religion for major belief systems such as Christianity, Buddhism and Islam, but party members are meant to be atheists and are especially banned from participating in what China calls superstitious practices
such as visiting soothsayers.
A lengthy statement on how best to strengthen the party’s role and its leadership, issued on the official Xinhua news agency on Wednesday, said Marxism was the guiding thought for China and the party.
”Resolutely prevent not believing in Marx and Lenin and believing in ghosts and spirits, not believing in the truth and believing in money,” the party statement said.
President Xi Jinping said last year the party’s decision to stick with the political theories of Karl Marx remained “totally correct”. He was marking the 200th anniversary of the German philosopher’s birth.
Now, I would be very surprised if there weren’t
a CIA hand in generating internal discord, both in the form of agitating Islamic terrorists in the North, and hyping democratic protesters in Hong Kong.
But Communist China is still Communist China. In talking about this stuff, I was privy to some words from an international businessman who described how he and others were getting bad vibes from mainland China and were ditching their posts, saying that the political mood had been shifting in a worrying direction over the last few years. They were getting out while the getting was good.
Restrictive socialist mechanisms have been energizing, (witness the Social Credit System
being rolled out across China). My guess is that, in concert with the unconscious Wave hysteria settling over the globe, another active ingredient in China’s case may possibly be a result of the industrial golden age they have been experiencing for the last couple of decades winding down, or rather, being shared with other emerging national interests, resulting in the desire to maintain a hold on that power. The increasing possibility of an economic bubble burst, and the problem of declining birth rates, China is experiencing a relatively new era of "what do we do now?".
I think perhaps, (my tentative guess), is that based on the C’s description from the future that Western STS forces would be ultimately defeated, predictors are possibly thinking in terms of national resistance, losses and wins. -In which case, the rise of new economic super-powers would per force be the Good Guys, to offset the Western Bad Guy establishment.
My suspicion, however, when looking at the various governments involved, is that while there may indeed be expressions of alignment seen in leaderships, the battle in the main is not the sort which can be best understood by looking at traditional maps, (this country good
, that country bad
). -But rather in terms of percentages of populations
coming to their senses and choosing not to align with ponerogenic forces. We are seeing the battle fought across social media, through so-called "Cancel Culture" which does appear to be losing of late as more and more people recognize the evils of self-censorship and mob attacks, and have started pushing back. That battle is important, future-choosing, and not contained by national borders.
Q: (A) There is this Pentagon, then there is another superpower - Russia - and still another - China...
January 18, 2003 Ark, Laura, Andromeda Q: Hello. A: Hello. Pleased to see you again. Q: And who do we have with us this evening? A: Koroniaea. Q: And where do you transmit through? A: Cassiopaea. Q: (L) We are curious about the source of the material that was sent to us by...
A: There is only one. The U.S. just happens to be the center.
Q: (A) Well. (L) Maybe the heads of these other countries are all like George Bush. They don't know why they do what they do. It's all been scripted from somewhere else. (A) Question is: there is Europe - how can France or Russia or whoever, win against this kind of technology? Apparently, since there is only one center, and this center of technology is the U.S, it seems pretty hopeless.
A: Remember Perseus and David and Goliath. Besides, help is drawing near.
Q: (A) Help. (L) Sometimes I have the feeling that when they say "help is drawing near," it really means that that our "future" is getting closer and we are going to be the ones doing the helping! [Laughter.]
A: Close, but not all.
Q: (A) That means there are surprises waiting for us. (L) I think that people concentrating on the anti-war thing is a waste of time. I think they ought to be concentrating on the "impeach Bush" issue. But then, what good would it do to impeach Bush. Same thing would have happened with Gore. Until people wake up to the reality of 4th density manipulation, we are all in deep doo doo.
In any case...
A leadership’s devotion to socialism, to me, seems a fair indicator of alignment with wishful thinking and top-heavy authoritarian control. China is built on that stuff, so I cannot assume benign behavior, and indeed, I give due credence to reports of gulag-style camps sprouting up across the region. It seems logically inevitable given all we have learned about socialist nations.
It should be remembered, back in the middle of the previous century, many in the West refused to believe that Soviet Russia was up to no good, and indeed turned a blind eye to their systemic human liquidation schemes. Paradoxically, it would seem apparent that a portion of the U.S. secret services were indeed fighting the good fight in opposing Communism!
In May 1944, Franklin D. Roosevelt sent Henry Wallace to Magadan, Siberia. Shielded from the real horrors, the American came away in high spirits, and in doing so he committed one of the most embarrassing blunders in U.S. political history. [...]
relations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union are generally remembered for their iciness, but this wasn’t always the case. By 1944, relations had become so comfortable that the unsuspecting Wallace was invited to Kolyma to personally inspect the USSR’s biggest and most deadly labor camp.
Wallace was presented with a temporarily polished-up commune full of well-fed and happy citizens, most of whom were shipped in for the occasion. Buying into everything he was told, the unwitting American inadvertently let colossal human rights abuses slip from right from under his nose, and even labelled the GULAG “clear evidence of the most outstanding and gifted political leadership.” How was Wallace duped so easily?
~ Collusion with the USSR: Why did FDR’s Vice President visit the GULAG and praise it?
“In the aftermath of the 1917 October revolution, Communist leaders found that there were a number of dangerous ideologies and people floating around Russia — and nobody knew how fatal an inspiring new ideology could be better than the leaders of the Russian Revolution.
“They decided that it would be best if those who disagreed with the new order found somewhere else to be — and if the state could profit from free labor at the same time, all the better. Publicly, they would refer to the updated katorga system as a "re-education" campaign; through hard labor, society's uncooperative elements would learn to respect the common people and love the new dictatorship of the proletariat.”
~ 32 Disturbing Photos Of Life Inside Soviet Gulag Prisons
A final note...
The STS Orion aliens would appear to have a very efficient society where everybody is happy to submit to control. A great success! They probably don’t even need re-education camps to keep their citizenry in line. But that doesn’t make it good or laudable.
My guess is that China is being lined up to become the defacto race on Planet Earth, in part because they seem predisposed to authoritarianism and a lack of body hair, (and probably make for better eating.)