The China Wars Part V
The contemporary counterpart to opium: weed. Just enough "recreational" to placate men that would have otherwise be a raging army. Ah, yes, and Netflix. A brain mush, diluted cognitive skills, highjacked consciousness, and information toxicity. Not sure which is worse. I see potential in starting a series of articles about the war on consciousness.
Thanks - enjoyed the history lesson with its obvious parallels to our time.
So if we in the west are useless eaters, what does that make the Chinese people?
Sure, their cheap labour won the industrial theft war ( 100 year marathon) but haven't the Chinese people become redundant now too? Or do they have a role yet to play in the burning of the world? I Can't see what's happening there but I reckon that they will be sacrificed in some satanic bric throwing ritual... Maybe they are already chipped and cyborged.
Attack of the clones....well they do all
Interesting history. I don't share your cynical portrayal of Christian missions in China. Sure, there was a colonial aspect to it, and that ultimately led to its demise in the 1940s/50s, but there was also a great deal of suffering under imperial China that many Christian missionaries worked to relieve. Associating Hong Xiuquan and his rebellion with Christianity even when his claims were heretical and he was refused baptism (and endorsement of his claims to divinity) is hard for me to understand.
Might want to correct the 2nd paragraph typo--1836 not 1936.
The British government (but not the British public) was at it again in the 20th Century, throughout the '30's, appeasing the rise and strengthening of the Nazis, which led to the horror of WWII, in order to weaken their old rival France, for the benefit of the banksters.
History goes a long way toward illuminating the antipathy the Chinese have for the west, and their sabotage of our weakest citizenry. I remember seeing a picture of British soldiers holding rifles on a group of Chinese men being forced to smoke opium. The Chinese are supremacists and the experience was indelibly humiliating. It explains both fentanyl smuggling and their domestic persecution of religious believers.
The US did something similar to Japan in the mid-nineteenth century. See part two of this series: