Mr. L.B. sent me this article about developments China is fostering, and, more importantly, the efforts of Western meddlers (like Mr. Soros), to save their crumbing system: here's the article:

Must read The book About us Media Buy online China discussing ‘Bretton Woods topics’ with other leading countries.

Note the statements attributed to Mr. Soros, whose meddling hand is deeply implicated in the Ukrainian mess:

During The Bretton Woods Committee Annual Meeting 2015 a discussion between investor and philanthropist George Soros and Committee Co-Chair James D. Wolfensohn on the future of the Bretton Woods System was organized. Acoording to the Committee’s website; ‘Soros remarked that the Bretton Woods institutions (IMF and World Bank -WM) have now “lost their monopoly,” and the world has broken into two “rival camps.” The extent of cooperation between the new “Beijing Consensus” (e.g. AIIB, etc.) and the existing Western-led institutions will have a profound impact on the world order. Soros also expressed his belief that a stable economic and geopolitical future rested on the transition of China from a production and export-based economy to a domestic consumer and import economy – a transition that the Bretton Woods Institutions and the U.S. should help facilitate by allowing the renminbi to join the IMF’s basket of currencies. In return, China should make concessions to reform including accepting the rule of law. In Soros’ view, this will create a “binding connection” between the two camps and is necessary to avoid the possibility of China aligning itself with Russia and the real threat of a third world war.’
(Emphasis added)

It really is amazing sometimes to watch these plutocrats tiptoe through the tulip field of their own euphemisms, as if by muttering phrases such as "rule of law" and "binding connection" their now well-known and tiresome playbook isn't fully obvious. In the case of the referenced remarks of Mr. Soros, the flower-strewn march of euphemisms boils down to this:

  1. We don't like China;
  2. The US dollar's days as a reserve currency may be numbered;
  3. China is an industrial powerhouse, and therefore, we must de-industrialize it and turn it into the service-sector swamp, just like we did to the USA;
  4. We don't like China because we don't want anyone else to be above the "rule of law" except ourselves;
  5. We need to bind China into our international system;
  6. We don't like China;
  7. We don't like Russia either;
  8. (We really don't like Russia);
  9. We don't like this Russia-China cooperation, and we must break it apart;
  10. So we'll dangle accepting the reminbi into a "basket of currencies" like the IMF's SDRs(special drawing rights), so that we can gain control over China, because
  11. We don't like China; and
  12. We don't like Russia either.

I rather suspect that the Chinese, having a few centuries' experience of dealing with the western plutocracy, realize what Mr. Soros's game is, and that he is simply speaking for an endangered class.

In the wake of the Chinese intervention in Syria on Russia's and Assad's side, all one can say is, "yea, good luck with that Mr. Soros."

Our high octane speculation? Watch for China to string out the game until the point that it dictates the terms, not Mr. Soros.

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. foregen on October 31, 2015 at 7:46 am

    • foregen on October 31, 2015 at 8:45 am

      ” Thanks to Cedric Bell, to whom I am indebted, that evidence has been found. We have carbon dating of wood, mortar, stone and slag as evidence that the Chinese lived on South Island and mined her minerals for five centuries before Captain Cook ‘discovered’ New Zealand.”

      From, ” 1421: The Year China Discovered America ” By, retired Royal Navy submarine commander, Gavin Menzies, pp, 490-491.

  2. foregen on October 31, 2015 at 7:41 am

    Mark Phillips ~ “…I was approached by a Chinese intelligence officer and it was at that point that he told me that Alex Huston, my partner, was involved in drugs, money laundering, and child prostitution. He said, ‘All of those are capital offenses for any foreigner entering the country with that kind of a background…We want you to get rid of him and buy him out.’

    ” So that’s precisely what I did…It was at that point that I asked him a question. ‘Are you familiar with the term, mind control?’ And he said,’Yes. We invented it’.”

    From, the Coast to Coast A.M. 4/26/09 interview with Cathy O’brien and Mark Phillips, plugging their book, ” Trance: Formation of America. The True-Life Story of a CIA Mind-Controlled Slave “.

    Hosting: George Knapp

    • foregen on October 31, 2015 at 10:06 am


  3. TRM on October 30, 2015 at 7:57 pm

    China remember the opium wars? No. I’m sure they’ve forgotten all about that.

    Check out what has happened to all countries that sell oil & gas for non-US dollars in the last 40 years. Not a nice picture. Now Russia is selling oil & gas for non-US dollars and China is selling everything else for direct currency swaps (i.e. barter system).

    So the best thing for the USA is for Russia and China to be at war and destroy each other. Xi & Putin are too smart for that and China will listen to any proposal (they are very good listeners) but do something? Only if it is in their interest.

    China’s interest is securing a land based fuel supply for the next 40 years until it can get one of its nuclear technologies in full production. They will be buddies with Russia for some time to come.

  4. yankee phil on October 30, 2015 at 1:25 am

    For these spineless creatures to threaten a third world war is quite a joke as they’d be the last to fight one.Rich people will do anything to stay alive long enough to spend their money. Anything that threatens that spending spree is a non starter. They’ll be selling a lot of woof tickets as more and more countries sign up for the china town financial express(no ones noticed the guy laying the tracks had the order of Lenin on his lapel). The question becomes will the Chinese grant new credit to those countries bankrupted and their credit ratings destroyed by rescheduled IMF debt, allowing these financially enslaved countries to write off the IMF debts to chapter 11 and start fresh with CIPS. A big slap in the face to the feudal banking system of the west.

  5. zendogbreath on October 29, 2015 at 8:30 pm

    seems the only point missed is number 13 on your list of soros’ poorly veiled comments:

    13. and everything we’re telling you to do and don’t do and everything we like and don’t like about you Russians and Chinese carries our threat of WWIII with it.

    as if it much matters. does anyone think Greeks, Ukrainians, Iraqis, Libians, Syrians,… wouldn’t welcome WWIII rather than go through what Mr Nato (if not Mr Global) has just dragged them through? and isn’t China and Russia going through enough to recognize how their backs are already up against it now? and that kowtowing to the likes of soros wouldn’t only make it infinitely worse?

    So besides trying to figure out what it is that Putin et al have up their sleeves in technology, anyone got clues yet as to their resources that permit such direct disobedience of their former (if not current) owners?

    As ever we’re undervaluing Aridzonan’s point below. The kabuki Mr Global lays on us might make it sound like fair and noble fights, but it’s still kabuki that we unwashed masses get cut, burned and poisoned off the planet for.

    So who are the owners and what are they spending on Putin et al?

  6. unclejed on October 29, 2015 at 3:55 pm

    I don’t think they like the Brits either!

    Over at RT the story goes …

    US official warns Britain to stay in EU or risk trade restrictions:

    The US would not be keen to pursue a trade deal with Britain if it were to
    leave the European Union, one American official has said.It marks the first
    public acknowledgement by the US of a stance on the upcoming referendum.

  7. DownunderET on October 29, 2015 at 1:56 pm

    Memo to George Soros, eh we Chinese have been around for quite a while and we didn’t come down in the last shower, so piss off.

  8. Cassandane on October 29, 2015 at 1:36 pm

    I paid dearly in the currency of ostracism for voicing this thought, but as a child I thought that Jesus’ run-in with the money-changers in the temple was the most likely reason for his crucifixion. He hadn’t done anything else – that my 10-year-old mind could discern – to warrant such treatment, and the language in which it was described in the Bible seemed to indicate a sizable amount of baggage around the issue.

    Now that we’ve tumbled to Josephus’ wheeze, thanks to Drs Farrell and de Hart and a few others, it seems even more likely. I even have a sneaking suspicion that everything Jesus stood for while he was alive may have been deliberately subverted as a kind of sick inside joke and revenge for his having attempted to point out the evils of the parasite class as they were then.

    China had better have several aces up its collective sleeve if it wants to get out of this one – not many have.

    • zendogbreath on October 29, 2015 at 8:19 pm

      word and then some. isn’t this what Dr Farrell’s been driving at lately? The suspicion that Sino/Ruso govts and financiers have aces up their sleeves that we (and maybe Mr Global if not Mr Nato) do not yet recognize?

    • yankee phil on October 30, 2015 at 1:35 am

      Jesus tipped over the money changers carts because the Sanhedron Holy leaders of the Jews no longer committed jubilee which was every 49 years all twelve tribes must set all their wealth in one pile and then redistribute the wealth evenly among all twelve tribes according to Hebrew law. The jewish leadership had not done this for 3 generations and Jesus brought this to their attention as well as everyone elses.Nothings really changed since has it. God was the first socialist.

  9. basta on October 29, 2015 at 9:31 am

    Hahaha! Bingo!

    With “friends” like Soros and Wolfensohn, who needs enemies? Honestly, who (or perhaps what) could be more foreign to the Chinese than these shifty Zionazi lizards?

    Just imagine those two disguised as humans, knocking on your door at night, with Zbighead Berzerkski and Henry Kissofdeath right behind: “Trick or treat!” That’d scare the bejeebers out of anyone, and could scar children for life.

    I’ll go with Trick for 500, Alex.

  10. loisg on October 29, 2015 at 9:17 am

    My first thought, after agreeing with Joseph on his listing of points to the article, is that they seem willing to engage in a world war over this, and note, it is all about the control of the money. I don’t think we should be blaming governments so much as blaming the money changers, as it appears to me that the money guys are doing the dirty work and the governments, especially the US in this case, has to come after them and try to clean up the mess that they have created.
    WWIII over the control of the money? No big philosophical divide here, just money.

  11. Robert Barricklow on October 29, 2015 at 9:12 am

    I can see the Chinese reply,
    “Who is this mythical ‘we’?”

    • zendogbreath on October 29, 2015 at 8:16 pm

      they already know who that is.

  12. marcos anthony toledo on October 29, 2015 at 8:59 am

    When will the people lock these psychopaths in a padded cells in straitjackets. Has not five centuries global mismanagement nightmare enough to retire these idiots. No one who thinks would be playing these stupid dangerous games.

    • zendogbreath on October 29, 2015 at 8:15 pm

      what people envisioned are capable of such padded cell locking? and hasn’t farrell and atwell proven out enough to make clear it’s more like 25 or 30 centuries?

  13. unclejed on October 29, 2015 at 6:12 am

    Sounds like they don’t like Britain either …

    US official warns Britain to stay in EU or risk trade restrictions.

  14. Aridzonan_13 on October 29, 2015 at 5:44 am

    The BRICSA(105 nation alliance) has had it’s fun meter pegged. If this really causes a schism in the PTB structure. Where they themselves may be at risk due to a hot war is yet to be seen. IMHO, all governments fear their people more than other goverments. So, they collude to keep the masses in line. However, when the PTB have “gentlemen’s disagreements” a lot of the unwashed masses die.

    • sagat1 on October 29, 2015 at 8:19 am

      @ Aridzonnan – well put. I can’t see how governments don’t collude with the amount of surveillance that goes on and therefore the amount of dirt they must have on each other. It would be all to easy to present this info to the masses and stoke up their outrage and subsequent topple of their rivals/irritants but this never happens.

      • zendogbreath on October 29, 2015 at 8:14 pm

        well said. both of you.

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