As this is apparently "Henry Makow Saturday" (see other article, this issue), I'm going to take the opportunity to comment on an article carried on the Makow website some five days ago entitled "Colonial Elite Rules China for the Illuminati." Written by St. John Bartholomew, the article is interesting whether or not one believes in every aspect of it.
Here at the Daily Bell we've speculated on a regular basis as to whether China's leaders were power elite "insiders" or whether they were native eruptions of Asian totalitarianism. The mainstream media, of course, treats China more and more as an enemy. This suits the Anglosphere power elites that derive additional power and authoritarian justification from creating opponents of the West.
These are actually elite dominant social themes, designed to frighten middle classes into giving up power and wealth to globalist institutions. Knowing this, we finally decided that it was fairly ridiculous to think that the top Chinese leadership existed in some kind of power elite vacuum.
In fact, the Western power elite is a kind of ubiquitous franchise at this point, and has been for close to two centuries. The Anglosphere, in fact, controlled China during Queen Victoria's era – at the height of the Empire – and drugged millions with opium.
Is it realistic to think that the British grip relaxed over time? It is said that the British Commonwealth is a mere formality these days. But a friend of mine insists that top leaders still drop their voices when they mention the term. "They are afraid," he claims.
They are "afraid," then, of the Queen and those who surround her, the great banking families of the City of London. The empire is commonly held to have been dissolved. Winston Churchill participated in this charade. He spent the latter half of his long life bemoaning the greatness that was gone.
At this point I have a hard time believing it. The same Churchill who apparently said, "History will be kind to me for I intend to write it," was a consummate actor and bully-boy for the elite. He played his part, courageously or not, for London's top banking elites. To believe otherwise at this point is somewhat naïve.
It would also be naïve to believe that the Chinese leadership, having been formed and transformed by Western elites, would have no high-level relationships to it now. That's why this article is believable, or one reason anyway. Here's some more from it:
The Chinese people would revolt against overt foreign domination, but embrace their place in the NWO if they believed they were in control … the Chinese elite is a merger between the Communist leadership, Hong Kong tycoons, and the criminal Triads. All three factions derive derive their power from Illuminati collaboration. China has appeared autonomous because the Illuminati developed the country internally, funding 'revolutionary' political parties spouting nationalist slogans.
Lord Bertrand Russell revealed this plan in a report on China published in 1920: 'Out of the renaissance spirit now existing in China, it is possible, if foreign nations can be prevented from wreaking havoc, to develop a new civilization better than any that the world has yet known.' The fascist superpower we know today was created in the second half of the 20th century by the bogus Cold War dialectic of communism vs. capitalism.
The stage was set in 1898 when Britain and China signed a contract stipulating that Hong Kong would be handed back to the Chinese in 1997. This meant that the fierce Communism of the mainland and laissez faire capitalism of Hong Kong were always destined to merge. The process of unification gave rise to the current China power elite. What follows is background of the three main factions.
The three elements of leadership, according to the article, are the communist leadership, including Mao who was supposedly a "Soviet agent," the Hong Kong Tycoons (later entrants) and the criminal Triads.
The Hong Kong Tycoons represent Western economic know-how and the Triads provide the muscle that has allowed the Tycoons to thrive within the larger regional environment of the ChiCom-leveling enterprise.
This is slightly different than what we've envisioned, in that we believed that the great Chinese leader-families were indigenous to Mainland China, but it makes a lot of sense. The great Asian families fled to Hong Kong, allied themselves with the Triads and gradually regrouped and took control.
What gained them entrance was ChiCom mismanagement, in my view. The ChiComs ended up with credit for the Great Leap Forward that starved 50 million Chinese as well as for the repression of Tiananmen Square. The only way for the ChiComs to regroup was to implement some form of market capitalism, and this they've done. But that's ending as well, I would think.
The ChiComs have blasted their economy into orbit with central banking super money and the monetary stimulation they've implemented has turned China into a kind of skyscraper graveyard. At this rate there'll be one full building for every man, woman and child in China, with more on the way. Maybe a train per person, too.
The article ends by noting that the mainstream media "portrays China as hostile to Western power." It adds that "by studying the triumvirate Chinese elite and their intimate ties to the Illuminati, it is clear that modern China is an Illuminati creation."
I disagree with this latter formulation, as it's never clear to me why those who write for Makow inevitably adopt the Illuminati paradigm. There is evidently and obviously a kind of criminal conspiracy to rule the world being run out of London, Washington DC and Tel Aviv, among other places. It's really not necessary to confuse the issue, in my view, by adding in complicating factors about the "Illuminati," Freemasonry, etc.
The last sentence reads, "The Chinese elite must never stray from the NWO agenda, for it follows that if the Illuminati made them, they can break them too." For clarity's sake, I would rephrase the statement to read, "The Western power elite that made them can break them, too."
I would also add that understanding China's role within the larger realm of Anglosphere directed history is very important. The Western rulers of this gloomy globe know full well that China's economy is bound to implode sooner or later.
If the top Chinese are actually in league with Western powers that be, we should begin to see a kind of coordinated take-down of the world's economy. In fact, absent China (arguably), this is well on its way. One can argue as to whether it is a purposeful collapse or not but for me the arguing is done.
Once the Chinese economy collapses – and inevitably it must sooner or later – the elites may wish to take the next step toward building a fully integrated global government. This may well include a one-world currency, central bank and political and military structure.
I think China may be key to this because in order to implement such an ambitious structure, the globe's misery level is going to have to be considerably heightened. A Chinese economic collapse would certainly aid the cause. If, in fact, the top Chinese are working in league with top Western banking families, this sort of scenario becomes considerably less far-fetched.