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Matthew Ehret‘s “Debunking Anti-Chinese Psy-Ops” series (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) systematically refutes the arguments of China-bashers. While disapproving of some of China’s policies on free expression and religion, Ehret argues that the Western banksters’ New World Order is much worse than the Chinese social control system: “Where one is devoted to closed system depopulation and unipolarism, the other is devoted to open system long term growth and multipolarism.”

Does China just want to be China and let other nations be themselves? Is the West run by millenarian messianic maniacs seeking total control over the entire world, if not the universe? Are the Western banksters ratcheting up fourth generation covert war on China, including biological warfare attacks targeting China’s livestock and people?

(Republished from Truth Jihad by permission of author or representative)
• Category: Foreign Policy • Tags: China, China/America, Coronavirus 
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  1. Dumbo says:

    Last thing I heard was that a lot of Chinamen were converting to (Evangelical) Christianity, but it could be just propaganda. It did happen in Korea, though, and in record speed too.

    Japan still has a Catholic minority centred in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and I always wondered why those two cities were singled out for destruction. Perhaps exactly because they had a significant Catholic minority?

    • Replies: @Rahan
    , @Biff
  2. Rahan says:

    The Koreans I believe are roughly half and half Protestant and Catholic.

    Mainland China has the biggest Evangelical population after America, and is expected to pass it by 2030. But these are projections from before the great reset, and also from before Xi started slapping around the local megacorps and demanding less fags on TV. Who knows how this will affect Evangelism there. Probably they’ll just be reminded of the don’t ask don’t tell social compromise there.

    Just like fags can have their dating apps and buy bum bandit toys of great ingenuity and fearsome girth on the local Amazon, but are expected in return to not try to subvert the system, perhaps this is now being impressed yet again on the Christian elders there as well.

  3. BorisMay says:

    Idiots run the west and that is a certainty. You only need to look at the Covid palaver too see that.

    China is run by an elite 0.1% of the elite. Government examinations pick out the intellectual cream of the crop and promote them to the top positions.

    The West is run by the ‘old boy’ network where you get promoted, no matter what your level of incompetency, because you either know the right people or you have the correct name and title.

    Thus the Chinese are continually striving for the best possible outcome for their family (if they are corrupt) or the nation (that is the people as opposed to the state) that is achievable, whereas the West continually shoots itself in the foot because it appoints totally incompetent idiots that have the correct connections and/or blood.

    So the Chinese see COP26 for what it is and don’t bother to attend, and the west has to listen to blithering privileged idiots like Prince Charles, Joe Biden and Greta Thunberg.

    As I understand it the Christian phenomenon in China is progressing unabated while being monitored closely, by a largely ineffective security service. No one knows the exact numbers but guesstimates range from 10million to 50million Chinese Christians. In a population of 1.3 billion that is of almost no concern to the authorities. It is akin to a few tiddle-le-wink leagues setting up.

    Modern China, is, after all, pushing the traditional roles of obedience to authority within the framework of family, hard work and a frugal lifestyle.

    The West is pushing obedience to authority by pushing a life changing drug, every anti family perversion you can imagine and special privilege for the chosen few.

    What could possibly go wrong for the West…

    • Agree: mark green
    • Replies: @Not Important
  4. @BorisMay

    old boy network? Well, it’s definitely not the old goy network.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
  5. Biff says:

    Here in SEAsia Christianity gets a foothold simply because ‘it pays better’. They go into the poorest of tribal villages(Akha, Hmong, Jalae, etc) and build schools for the young little minds, but their schools are leagues above what was there before, so they are accepted.

    The expat community around here view the missionaries through one lens – pederasts’. It’s not Sophie’s choice, but rather the Michael Jackson choice.

  6. JWalters says:

    I enjoyed this interview a lot. Matt Ehret has done a lot of deep study on the history of the oligarchy and its tactics. While I may not agree with every one of his speculations, I find his research a firehose of relevant and fascinating facts. His outline of history matches my independent research and extends it, answering a number of questions that I’d had. I’ve followed up by listening to a few of his other interviews. The fact that this research is being pumped out into the public discourse is reason for optimism. His archive of interviews is available here.
    “Matt Ehret’s Insights”

    There I would particularly recommend
    “Full English with Graham Moore and Matt Ehret: Time to Talk about Jesuits”

    • Thanks: Daemon
    • Replies: @SolontoCroesus
  7. China is a freer country than the US in general terms, and that very likely extends to religion. Uncle Satan banned religious services over a virus, which, according to official data, has a 99.985 percent survival rate. How much less free could China be in terms of religion?

  8. @Rahan

    Well he said it pretty well in the podcast. There is no prohibition on Taoism – Buddhism – Islam – Prostestantism or Catholicism. The only issue is you need a permit and the government vets you to make sure you arent being “used” by foreigners to subvert the country. That is why it was a huge deal when the Vatican and Beijing reached an agreement to co-approve bishops. But aside from allowing abortion much of China’s laws are something the Abrahamic religions should endorse. That goes to show how deluded many western evangelicals are.. The speaker in the podcast also made a great biblical point… You tell the tree by its fruits (not what it looks like or calls itself).

  9. Great interview… It ahould get more traction… It is a fact – any diversion from what the oligarch set wants – turns you into an enemy… Dangerous times.

  10. @JWalters

    at risk of revealing my basic crabby nature —

    So I clicked on the Matthew Ehret website, scrolled to the Graham Moore talk about Jesuits.

    I’m listening right now — time stamp 15 min

    They’re still blathering about nothing special.

    If podcasters wish to be effective and gather a loyal and informed audience, it would be helpful if they adopted as Rule #1 that listeners do not have infinite time and patience to listen to their musings: RESPECT YOUR AUDIENCE: Get to the point!
    If you haven’t constructed your presentation, how do you expect your audience to make sense of it?

    NOT ONLY THAT, Graham Moore’s audio is very difficult to hear: Ehret is audible and speaking clearly, but it’s anybody’s guess what Moore said before that, presumably as an introduction.

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  11. @SolontoCroesus

    Stuck with the presentation, Ehret on the Jesuits.
    40 minutes in.
    While waving his arms in imitation Bill Gates Ehret has gone from 1509 in Venice to Jesuits among the Iroquois in Canada to something-something in Africa/Boer war to Peking Man to trans humanism to I don’t know what the hell he’s talking about.

    Matthew, hate to say this: FAIL!

    Shoot an email to Kevin when you’ve put your brain-muscle to the task of constructing a coherent lecture/discourse.

    Til then, Brent Sanderson’s essay on Wagner is well-organized and inspiring.
    Heading there.

    • Replies: @JWalters
  12. JWalters says:

    Thanks for your comment. I agree Graham Moore’s audio was so weak I had to keep turning my volume up and down when they switched speakers. Also, as the interviewer Moore determined much of the trajectory of the discussion, and it did hop around. I was already familiar with the history of the oligarchy going back to the British East India company and the Bank of England, to Amsterdam before that, and Venice before that. I had wondered about their presence in Rome before that What I found most interesting were Ehret’s confirmation and connecting these linkages. I can accept your point that this interview was not a good introduction to this material. For an introduction, focused on the more modern parts of the story, I’d suggest
    “War Profiteers and Israel’s Bank”

    It seems to me Ehret is a very knowledgeable guy, and if you picked out a talk or article with a title that looks interesting to you, you might have quite a different experience.

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