ROTHSCHILDS MAFIA MOVES FOCUS TO ASIAN PACIFIC REGION TO FIGHT CHINA!
“US Pacific Hegemony vs. a Rising China” by Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, Oct 18, 2015
ROTHSCHILDS MAFIA MEDIA LIES = China portrayed as a regional “bully” dominating Southeast Asia = Place FEAR that China will simply replace MAFIA RUN U.S. hegemony with its own brand of regional domination.
FACT: Some see past the MAFIA MEDIA LIES = Welcome the rise of China to counterbalance MAFIA RUN U.S. hegemony across Asia Pacific.
TRUTH LIES BETWEEN = Unfolding unnecessary tensions in the South China Sea = MAFIA Imperialism Versus Local National Interests
ROTHSCHILDS MAFIA = Past Control of much of Asia Pacific to Exploit and Dominate and Control under MAFIA run colonial European powers = MAFIA RUN Britain controlling Malaysia + Myanmar (once Burma) + Parts of China + MAFIA RUN France controlling Cambodia + Vietnam + Laos.
MAFIA RUN British “gunboat diplomacy” Empire = ROBBED concessions resembling highly unpopular “free trade agreement” from Thailand (once Siam) + China (Seizure of Hong Kong – Street named “Possession Street” marks British first survey of newly ROBBED lands in a 150 year occupation).
ROTHSCHILDS MAFIA OPIUM WARS = Hong Kong seized as China tried to shut down the MAFIA’S highly destructive opium trade.
FACT: World Wars significantly reduced MAFIA’s power and influence across Asia Pacific but MAFIA RUN U.S. retained hegemony over Japan + Philippines = Asian nations ejected their MAFIA RUN colonial occupiers and became independent nations.
MAFIA CREATED Vietnam War (1950’s to 1970’s) = Attempt by MAFIA to maintain hegemony over Indochina = Attempt to ultimately encircle and contain China
1959 “Pentagon Papers” revealed MAFIA strategy to control China = “…the February decision to bomb North Vietnam and the July approval of Phase I deployments make sense only if they are in support of a long-run (MAFIA RUN) United States policy to contain China.” + “China—like Germany in 1917, like Germany in the West and Japan in the East in the late 30′s, and like the USSR in 1947—looms as a major power threatening to undercut our (MAFIA) importance and effectiveness in the world and, more remotely but more menacingly, to organize all of Asia against (MAFIA) us.” + “…there are three fronts to a long-run effort to contain China (realizing that the USSR “contains” China on the north and northwest): (a) the Japan-Korea front; (b) the India-Pakistan front; and (c) the Southeast Asia front.”
MAFIA RUN U.S. TODAY = Maintains its “Japan-Korea front” against China, with US troops literally stationed in both nations. + MAFIA’S COVERT Operations TODAY across Southeast Asia uses a string of MAFIA PUPPET controlled nations + MAFIA’S extensive network of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) = Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar + Anwar Ibrahim in Malaysia+ Shinawatra dynasty in Thailand + Philippines Under full Mafia Control (Wall Street + City of London + Wahington for over 100 years) + Mafia is covertly destabilizing Vietnam + Pakistan sees MAFIA ordered political subversion + Armed violence + Disrupt Chinese investments at Gwadar Port + Throughout Pakistani province of Baluchistan.
MAFIA COVERT SUBVERSION = Backs COVERT ACTIONS and ARMED TERRORISTS within China = Tibet + Hong Kong + China’s Xinjiang region = MAFIA’S “pivot toward Asia” using BS American exceptionalism to FORCE AMERICAN MIDDLE CLASS TO FUND MAFIA GOALS AND OPERATIONS using LIES of “Maintaining peace and stability thousands of miles (away)” = MAFIA RUN U.S. is Creating chaos across Asia using “windshield repair shop” = Breaking car windows at night, then making a fortune fixing them by day.
China’s Regional Power = Built on Investment and Trade and builds Infrastructure = NOT Invading its neighbors or using network of subversive ROTHSCHILDS MAFIA NGOs to topple governments.
Should China steer away from attempts to snare it in a regional confrontation, and use its new capabilities to maintain safety, peace, and stability in every real sense as the US claims to, the entire purpose of Western meddling in Asia Pacific will be undermined and eventually collapse. The West will be resigned to playing a role proportional to its proximity to the region – or in other words – a negligible role.
Southeast Asia’s Real Challenge
China’s rising power is not entirely benign. Even for proponents of a rising China, it must be realized that power always has the potential to be abused, and most likely will be if a regional military and economic balance is not struck.
The real challenge facing Southeast Asia is how to strike that balance without sacrificing its sovereignty to foreign interests like the United States. The maintenance of formidable armies and navies throughout Southeast Asia, along with the preservation of national identities will prevent significant conflicts before they start. National economies throughout Asia that are not overly dependent on imports or exports either to China or the West can better defend their own socioeconomic and regional interests.
Above all, there needs to be a reluctance to allow the United States to pit the nations of Southeast Asia either against themselves or against China in yet another elementary example of imperial divide and conquer. And while this challenge is that of the nations of Southeast Asia, who dangerously gravitate toward a EU-style system (ASEAN) apparently indifferent to the monumental failure the EU itself has become, Beijing itself must recognize and defuse the tensions the United States is fanning the flames of.
China’s patient, systematic displacement of the United States from the region will inevitably pay off. Those in the region who believe depending on the United States is a viable strategy in keeping China in check are setting themselves and the region up for failure.
Those that hold the best interests of each nation in Asia at heart are those nations themselves and they alone. Neither through supranational interdependent blocs, nor through foreign interests transforming regions into defacto protectorates, can Asia search for its future. Despite the rhetoric underpinning America’s “pivot toward Asia,” only through a multipolar world where nations pursue their own national sovereignty and respect those of others – maintained through military and socioeconomic balance – can true peace and stability be found and maintained.