Saturday, December 9, 2006

China Admits It's Getting Big

We read today of a Chinese television documentary about the rise of great powers which tacitly admits what everyone knows but China does not trumpet – that by most measures China is second only to the United States as a world power, and is gaining.

Not only is China an economic Everest destined to become the world’s greatest, but it also seems to be stealing the diplomatic initiative from the U.S. in South America, Africa, the Middle East, and elsewhere. While U.S. diplomacy is entangled by its need to please the Zionists, often alienating other nations for that and other reasons, China is pursuing rational international policies designed to create allies and gain raw materials and future markets.

This is something I’ve thought about for years: China has a great advantage over the United States. It is not saddled with Zionist power. When its leaders make a decision they are not besieged, beseeched, threatened, and bribed by an Israel Lobby to go against their own nation’s interests.

Zionism has made New York, not Beijing, its world headquarters, and so the Twin Towers, and not Shanghai, became a target in the Muslim war against Israel. The United States, by supporting Israel unconditionally, no matter how barbaric and unlawful Israel’s actions, has invited “terrorism” against itself. It would have invited full scale conventional war if Israel’s victims had the materials with which to wage it.

Fate has spared the Chinese (and much of Asia) from Zionist oppression because the the centuries-long glacial migration of the Jewish people has historically been from East to West. In the long term the movement was, speaking very generally, from Russia to Poland and all of Eastern Europe to Germany and Spain and England (all of which expelled the Jews officially or de facto at one time) until it pressed across the Atlantic Ocean to America, hastened by Nazi policies.

Although Jews are said to constitute only 2% of the U.S. population, there are more Jews in the U.S. than in Israel (about 80% Jewish). A list of Jewish populations around the world indicates that the U.S. is far and away the “host” nation with the largest Jewish population (around 6,000,000), and that China and Japan each have only about 1000 Jews living within their borders.

Japan is much more “Americanized” than China, and therefore more vulnerable to Jewish leverage through allocation or withdrawal of advertising and other means, but China remains relatively free. While Jewish pressure was able to put a major Japanese magazine out of business for publishing a carefully researched piece questioning the “Holocaust”, China remains relatively untouchable.

While that is good for China, enabling it to follow its own self-interest, the situation carries a potential danger. If, in China, Zionism and its fellow-travelers cannot frighten and otherwise manipulate slavish, greedy politicians as in the U.S. and Europe, the Zionist alternative is force. If Zionist and Chinese interests begin to seriously clash (Iran is the currently an obvious conflict point), Zionism eventually may try to push the U.S. into war with China. Of course Israel and other Jewish interests won’t be mentioned as reasons for China becoming “evil” and an “enemy” of the U.S., but if Jewish migration remains halted at the Pacific Ocean, and Zionism continues to succeed in making the U.S. a tool for supporting Israel against the rest of the Middle East and the world, a truly dangerous situation may arise which could make the Israel-provoked clash between Islam and the West seem tame.

For now China appears content to pursue peaceful diplomatic and economic means of growth and expansion; it has no reason to do otherwise, and wants to maintain the image of an amiable giant. But if it is challenged by the U.S. because it pursues policies unacceptable to Zionism, it may bare its claws.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"U.S. diplomacy is entangled by its need to please the Zionists"

How true!