They’re making their move. The power brokers in the West are in the middle of their final push to establish a new world order — a global, totalitarian government that they control and you suffer under.
And this coming Monday (Dec. 29), China’s hostility to the NWO will show itself in a new way.
The NWO’s Final Push
The elites in the West are in the middle of their final push to bring in their new order of things. Since 2001, they have been aggressively solidifying their power through the use of military force against countries like Iraq, Syria, and Libya, as well as other countries in the Middle East and Africa.
Predictably, they saved the most dangerous enemy for last: Russia.
And in 2014, they began their war with Russia by using economic warfare in an attempt to topple Putin or provoke him to invade eastern Europe. I discussed this at length in this article, where I discuss Putin’s apparent time line for WW3. I also touch on it in my article on the reported “high risk” of cyberwarfare damaging critical infrastructure in 2015.
Russia’s economy is strong enough to weather these economic attacks better than the West is.
But now China has become involved, and they’ve not only made a move to support Russia — but also to challenge the West’s idea of the New World Order.
Beginning Monday, December 29, China will be has stepped in to ease the pain Russia is feeling from these attacks, and China’s move does two things.
1. China strengthens its economic relationship with Russia by opening a currency-swap line that will help Russia through their economic slow down. An editorial in the Global Times, a Chinese paper affiliated with the government said that Russia is an “irreplaceable strategic partner on the international stage.”
“China must take a proactive attitude in helping Russia walk out of the current crisis,” the editorial argued.
If you read between the lines, the claim is this: Russia is under attack, and China has taken sides. China is with Russia, and against the Western elites and their new world order.
2. China’s move is an assertion of power directly aimed at the banking cartel that has been running the world without much competition for decades. This has even been noticed by the mainstream news sources, most notably by the Bloomberg author William Pesek in a Chicago Tribune article entitled “China’s Russia bailout is ominous sign for future.”
“Beijing’s move to bail out Russia, on top of its recent aid for Venezuela and Argentina, signals the death of the post-war Bretton Wooods world,” Pesek wrote. “It also marks the beginning of the end for America’s linchpin role in the global economy and Japan’s influence in Asia.”
Get that? One of the ways the U.S., Western bankers, and other Western powers exercised authority over other countries was by being the final resort in times of economic crisis. They could lord their wealth over these nations, and make them do anything for financial security.
But not anymore. And China is letting them know in the most painfully obvious way possible — by supporting Russia, a country the West is directly attacking.
So mark it down. Monday is the beginning of a new battle in this economic war for global power.
And China has taken sides.
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