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All Roads Lead To China

The 2020 election brought together the threads of what Generation X saw back in the 1980s when we realized that this was a moribund empire, and we were the people who would live to see it collapse while remembering what it once was.

The ex-hippies from 1968 planned to die young and, failing that, go out early with dementia or Alzheimers so that they would have plausible deniability for consciousness itself. One can feel no pain if one is totally unaware.

The kids who came after us, who grew up with hip-hop and Clinton, never had any hope and simultaneously faced a unified voice. The 1968s took over education fully in the 1990s, and these kids grew up on the distraction of “social justice” while ignoring the real issue, civilization collapse.

Let us look at what has come together in this election:

  1. Demographic replacement: all of the battleground cities are heavily populated with members of minority groups. If the 1960s population of the USA was voting, the Trump landslide would have been even more painfully obvious. We are now seeing what the Hart-Celler Act, Reagan amnesty, Clinton diversity expansion, and Obama open borders policy have done.
  2. Late stage democracy: democracy means that politicians offer pleasing visions and people vote for them, then politicians do whatever “the System” and its inertia recommend. Gen X always knew that democracy was a total failure. Now we see how people were fooled for almost two centuries while horrible, insane, and stupid laws were passed, and how most people now are in the grips of a Stockholm Syndrome that has them accepting this insane clown world as normal and good.
  3. The Deep State: every dying society eventually gets taken over by its guardians, generally in the guise of first trying to protect people, and second needing total control because of threats to themselves. Thanks to the administrative state, we now have a vast group of millions of bureaucrats who work together as a type of social elite, giving each other contracts, promoting each other, and hiring the children of their allies to get them lucrative careers. This group opposes anything but Leftist dominance and “principled” conservative failure, since the Leftists need control and conservatives make good money by being the opposition party that believes it can never win.
  4. Globalism: when colonialism fell, the natural idea to follow was “world federalism,” or something like the United Nations where every nation voted on what should be done. This democracy of nation-states presented the same problem as regular democracy: the poor, incompetent, clueless, and malevolent focus on getting the illusory and destructive passed as law in order to tear down those who have risen above. Democracy makes equilibrium; equilibrium makes mediocrity.
  5. Ecocide: while global warming is a patsy, humanity has transformed the globe, making the same type of society everywhere: lots of roads and concrete, people living in high-rises, constant car and truck traffic, and disposable products. Not surprisingly, the rain distribution and jet streams are disrupted, the world is enshrouded in exhaust pollution, toxic waste has saturated the soil, animal species are crowded out, and microplastics cover everything. We are killing nature with our expansion, and now, as this becomes visually obvious, we are seeing that the good years of cheap food, easy living, and tolerating everyone are over.
  6. The entitlements bomb: socialism remains perpetually popular because it is the right answer socially, since it is pacifism applied to wealth disparity. In order to backdoor that into the capitalist West, the Left invented entitlements, or payments (including in-kind) from government to citizens, a situation the universally means wealth redistribution through taxes that take from the upper half of the bell curve and give to the lower half. The middle class loves this because it loves pacifism and being able to sell more products, something afforded by that lower class now splashing government money around, puffing up the economy so we can tax and borrow more. This has caused us to spend ourselves into debt while neglecting the need to invest in infrastructure alongside research and development.
  7. Careerism: when the System takes over, everyone works jobs, and this means that each person must distinguish himself not by doing a job well, but by doing it differently. This translates into many competing theories and outlandish products but very few options of quality. As companies grow, they distinguish themselves just as their employees do, resulting in mission creep and lowered function at the same time products bloat in size and cost. The days of being able to buy ordinary items and have them function well are over, passing on a huge time and tedium burden to the consumer.

We are looking at a dying system, and one option that says we should leap from this platform to another, but this is opposed by the other option, which says we should go into denial and keep doing what we have been doing because at least it is the devil we know.

Someone wrote me the night of the election with some jubilant Leftist jeering (probably unaware that I want the restoration of the West — aristocracy, feudalism, nationalism, culture-rule, eugenics — and consider Trump to be slightly to the Left of Reagan, a realist who just wants the best for everyone, and not the candidate we eventually want, one who will point out the Big Lie (“equality”) has eaten our society, prole-rule is a failure, diversity is suicide, and that we must end these things by deporting their supporters, repatriating the ethnic Other especially the Irish, and removing the State so we can replace it with a functional organic society; if my friends and family knew one tenth of what I believe — since apparently saying “I think Plato, Nietzsche, and Schopenhauer got it right” did not clue them in — they would try to kill me with butter knives).

I responded with, “Oop, we’re in Bush v. Gore territory. That means that if anyone did anything to game the system right before the election, they lose in the courts.” They did not want to hear that; they wanted to hear that the old order of mercantile pacifism would return, and humanity could keep destroying itself the way it always destroys itself, which is by abolishing standards as soon as it has the wealth to ignore their relevance. Observing this pattern, Buddha and Christ admonished mental discipline and realism, but like everything else, their words got twisted into, “Everyone do whatever they want, except for these few symbolic acts, which surely are not idol-worship, hubris, or solipsism.”

Let me posit a different narrative: this election was the choice between China or 1980s America.

We know that China has funded the Left for decades, and that both Clinton and Obama were diligent about allowing Chinese interests to take over from ours. Clinton promoted globalism (“it takes a village”) and Obama crippled the American economy with high costs from taxes and regulations, driving the rest of business offshore, most of it to China.

This occurred after the Cold War, during which time we fought two wars against China and their allies the Soviets. The USSR took center stage, but when it fell, that left China, who quickly adopted a version of the Western system of “market socialism,” or free markets heavily taxed to promote the socialist goal of entitlements and wealth transfer.

Now China owns our media, Hollywood, and social media by having made deals with large financial interests like Vanguard and BlackRock who have taken huge ownership in these concerns. Instead of owning it directly, it owns the people who own it:

It turns out that China controls Disney:

China has given unconditional approval to Walt Disney’s $71.3 billion planned takeover of large parts of 21st Century Fox, Disney said Monday.

Prior to Monday’s approval, some analysts had voiced concerns that China’s regulators might resort to weaponizing their antitrust approval process to stymie the ambitions of America’s corporate giants, such as Disney and Fox, as an act of retaliation against U.S. tariffs.

China can now hold any US company hostage by launching an antitrust case, which means that US companies will do whatever China says. China has used a similar strategy with its national security law which forces companies to hand over data when the government wants it:

The Australian government is highlighting a concern on the top of minds of several governments — China’s wide-ranging internet laws, which require tech firms to help Beijing with vaguely-defined “intelligence work,” meaning companies could be forced to hand over network data whether they want to or not.

If China calls up and tells Disney that it needs data on American consumers, Disney hands it over; if it does not, its assets in China can be seized and it will be excluded from that market.

This fits with the Chinese pattern of acquiring Hollywood in order to have media power in America, and possibly, user data. Even more, Disney seems to be dominated by China:

After that, Disney substantially dialed back its demands. In addition to handing over a large piece of the profit, the control-obsessed company would give the government a role in running the park. Disney was also prepared to drop its longstanding insistence on a television channel.

Before long, they had struck a landmark deal to build the $5.5 billion Shanghai Disney Resort, opening China to a singularly American brand and setting the pace for multinational companies to do business in the country.

But Disney is sharing the keys to the Magic Kingdom with the Communist Party. While that partnership has made it easier to get things done in China, it has also given the government influence over everything from the price of admission to the types of rides at the park.

As part of this deal, Disney purged Fox News, showing that its content is unacceptable to the Chinese, or at least was, when it was still conservative. Perhaps the recent Leftward swing at Fox reflects its own desire to gain access to the Chinese markets.

All of the above have given China control over American media:

“You often see representatives from American companies with financial ties to China naturally become defenders of the CCP’s policies and spreading the CCP’s propaganda,” said Helen Raleigh, an author and senior contributor at The Federalist who emigrated from China. “The financial tie means these Americans will be much less likely to challenge China’s human rights record or unacceptable demand such as technology transfer.”

This control probably extends to social media. Among the major investors in Twitter we find the Vanguard Group, Morgan Stanley, and BlackRock:

Vanguard’s stake in Twitter represents nearly 79 million shares. This constitutes just under 10% of all outstanding Twitter shares.

Morgan Stanley’s stake in Twitter amounts to roughly 46 million shares, representing 5.8% of outstanding shares.

BlackRock held $6.8 trillion AUM as of June 30, 2019. It currently owns 37.2 million shares of Twitter. This stake accounts for roughly 4.7% of all outstanding shares.

We know that the Vanguard Group has been making inroads in China:

To tap a growing online investment community, Vanguard has formed a minority-owned China investment advisory joint venture with the country’s leading fintech company Ant Group.

As has Morgan Stanley:

“We believe potential implementation of the new antitrust regulations has negative implications for major Internet companies with dominant positions across segments,” Morgan Stanley analysts said in a note on Wednesday.

Morgan Stanley has positioned itself well in China by making some form of deal with the government that enables it to continue operating there without falling afoul of these same restrictions.

China thus does not directly own Twitter, but indirectly controls it, much as Vanguard and BlackRock are major investors in Facebook:

Vanguard’s funds hold approximately 184.0 million shares of Facebook with a combined market value of about $37.7 billion.

BlackRock’s funds hold about 158.2 million shares of Facebook with a combined market value of $32.3 billion.

The latter was probably compromised:

In their book “Red Capitalism,” about China’s banking system, authors Carl Walter and Fraser Howie write of the role of Wall Street and the privatization of China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in selling billions of dollars of shares in initial public offerings that “went off like strings of fire crackers in the global capital markets. All of these companies were imagined up, created, and listed by American investment bankers.” The creation of the new SOEs out of the dross of the old SOEs is the work of Wall Street bankers who provided the “lipstick, the mascara, the pedicure, the hair weave” so that they closely resemble Western corporations and can be sold at high prices, handsomely profiting the party and its friends and, of course, Wall Street banks. As the Indian stockbroker Shankar Sharma has noted, in just one Chinese bank IPO, the government paid Wall Street $200 million.

Nearly 40% of the BlackRock-managed iShares Emerging Markets ETF is represented by this Chinese paper. How much of it is pure dross is hard to say, as U.S. regulators in the form of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, established by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, are prevented from overseeing audits of these companies.

Similarly, Reddit is partially Chinese-owned:

Last week TechCrunch reported that Reddit was raising $150 million from Chinese tech giant Tencent and up to $150 million more in a Series D that would value the company at $2.7 billion pre-money or $3 billion post-money. After no-commenting on our scoop, today Reddit confirmed it has raised $300 million at $3 billion post-money, with $150 million from Tencent.

Beyond Tencent, the rest of the round came from previous investors potentially including Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia and Fidelity.

In other words, its investors consist of China and companies who have made deals with China in order to gain access to their markets. China operates like a political machine or crime family: if you want to do a deal with them, you have to give them part ownership, and then do what they say.

Coincidentally, we also see that Vanguard and BlackRock own a lot of Google:

Among the largest ETFs in the Vanguard stable is the Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO), with approximately $122.1 billion in AUM.10 Vanguard holds about 22.6 million Class C shares of Alphabet.4

The company’s largest fund by AUM is its iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV), which currently has AUM of $164.9 billion.12 BlackRock holds approximately 20.0 million Class C shares of Alphabet.

Companies who want to operate in China must give parts of themselves to China, and then China games them by demanding that they obey its government, following the same pattern it established with its own companies using the national defense law, to which any American company doing business in China is also subject:

China’s wide-ranging internet laws, which require tech firms to help Beijing with vaguely-defined “intelligence work,” meaning companies could be forced to hand over network data whether they want to or not.

Naturally, if any espionage or foreign interference becomes suspected in the future, it helps that these companies can be proven to be agents of China by their accord with this law.

If you wonder why American media are bleating their support of the candidate funded by China, Joe Biden, and social media is deleting anything but narrative, this may explain that eerie lockstep.

China bought Biden the same way:

The vice president is negotiating a bunch of very sensitive issues with the Chinese, including the South China Sea, trade, tech transfer, etc. Biden is criticized on that trip for basically going soft on Beijing. Shortly after they return to the U.S., Hunter Biden’s firm receives a $1 billion private equity deal from the Chinese government [via the Bank of China]. Not from an American business in China; from the Chinese government itself. It later gets increased to $1.5 billion. We have no way of knowing how much Rosemont made on the deal because there are no disclosure requirements.

Not surprisingly, China has big plans for the Biden presidency and is already dictating terms:

With 306 electoral votes and more than 79 million popular votes in hand, Biden is, irrevocably, the 46th US president, despite the ongoing farcical stalemate in which Trump has refused to concede his defeat.

China and the Chinese people hope the US can settle their domestic political tussle soon, and concentrate the country’s resources on controlling the coronavirus pandemic that is raising its ugly head and devouring hundreds of American lives each day.

As to the policies of his new administration, the world pins high hopes on him tossing out the old-fashioned and selfish “America First” doctrine, restoring multilateralism and cooperation with the whole world – particularly stopping the reckless and brutal ideological and economic fight between US and China, which many have likened to a new “cold war”.

Now, a flurry of US multinational companies have vehemently opposed Trump’s so-called “economic decoupling” attempt, as they know perfectly well they could not find another giant and growing market like China’s.

Breitbart summarizes the commandment from China as having three prongs:

Obey Beijing, do not challenge China’s assumed economic superiority and open your domestic markets without restraint: these are the three key instructions for Joe Biden issued in an op-ed published Sunday by the Global Times, official propaganda mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

In my view, it is even simpler:

  1. Continue globalism.
  2. Let us take over your economy through our proxies like Vanguard and BlackRock.
  3. Focus only on domestic issues.

Basically, go back to sleep until the slimy Asiatic Communist takeover is complete. Turn all your focus on domestic issues like race and anti-poverty, as Obama and Clinton did, while correspondingly weakening US influence abroad much as happened during those last two Leftist administrations.

To an outside observer, this looks a lot like what the Left has tried to do in the West since WW2: focus our attention on insoluble domestic problems like poverty and diversity, while transferring wealth abroad as well as domestically to third-world populations.

In their view, that achieves world equality. Everyone has the same wealth, power, and status, so we can avoid conflict and live in peace, albeit subsistence agriculture, pre-technological peace.

To stop China, Trump realized that he had to catch the Deep State hand-in-glove in something so big that it would burn them forever, or at least for another four years so that he can replace them all in the power structure of the American government.

He used the election as bait. They would have to take it. He then pitted different federal agencies against one another. CISA and NSA have revealed that they oppose the president and therefore are part of the goodthinkers allied with the Deep State and China. CIA has not yet revealed its orientation, but surely is tired of playing second fiddle to the NSA during the Patriot Act years.

Speaking of which, surely people noticed that Trump killed the Patriot Act by threatening to veto its re-authorization bill. Funny how Obama did not do this.

To catch an election fraudster, you have to catch them faking the count, identify the people involved, tie them to a command and control, and figure out who owns them or the people who own them. This road leads back to China, inevitably.

Notice how the Left are campaigning for more of the Obama strategy on China:

Coons also said that while the main U.S. focus would have to be on competing with Beijing, it was essential to cooperate on areas such as climate change, global health and nuclear non-proliferation.

“I see clearly that China is a peer competitor. And we have to be able at the same time, to cooperate with China in those areas where it’s essential,” Coons said in an interview before speaking at the Halifax International Security Forum.

In other words, keep going with globalism and letting China walk all over us by using double standards on trade. Coons is tight with the Bidens. This tells you that they will continue to talk semi-tough on China, while neglecting to enforce anything that could inconvenience China.

Trump knows that he will win the election on technicalities and by holding out when 99% of public voices tell him to do so, he will do what Republicans have been unable to do since the 1960s, which is grow a spine and thwart the Left. Bush v. Gore II will hand a win to Trump.

Even more, he knows that he has won in the public eye, since most of the public including many Leftists realize that this was an illegitimate election. This means that Biden cannot win and have public goodwill, so he will be a weak leader, as China intends.

Trump will patiently step over all the little obstacles that Democrats have thrown in his path, then overturn the election, and then point to how it was stolen. This will lead to a Deep State style group of industry financiers, three-latter government agencies, and public figures.

At that point, he will reveal the smoking gun: collaboration between those who run these three-letter agencies, or their indirect rulers like the Obama-Clinton gang in the case of the NSA, and China. At that point, this becomes less about an election and more about a Chinese coup.

People go to jail then. This point is some years away. It will probably not be dramatic. However, it will enable Trump to fire everyone linked to these people or simply make them subordinate to others, which in government-speak means their careers are over.

The Deep State will go away. Trump will get everything he wants with China, namely an ability to cut whatever trade with them he wants and build up American industry. He will also have a blank slate to pressure our allies to drop trade with the people who just attacked us.

This also gives him a great excuse to cut the size of government budgets, which in turn will render many entitlements programs useless, which in a few years will mean that the voters will see nothing wrong with removing them. Voters, like goldfish, have short memories.

In addition, there will be civil court claims, since if you steal an election that someone spent a billion dollars on, you have done at least a billion dollars of damage to them. For that to be valid, he will need someone who did not end up winning, so he will go back to 2012, 2016, and 2018 for plaintiffs.

Every day that goes on digs deeper into the grave which will house the Deep State. For starters, the Biden election theft has weakened the US and strengthened China:

Earlier this month, Chinese President Xi Jinping was quoted by state media as saying the country’s economy could double in size by 2035, implying an annual average growth rate of 4.7 per cent. Bloomberg estimates using International Monetary Fund data show China’s proportion of worldwide growth is on track to be 17 percentage points higher than that of the U.S. by 2025.

“The biggest winner of a bifurcated U.S. has been China,” Gord Nixon, former CEO of Royal Bank of Canada and chair of BNN Bloomberg parent company BCE Inc., said in a recent interview. “The dysfunctionality of the U.S. and [its] withdrawal from international organizations has contributed to the rise of China and the reduction of the U.S. position as a global leader.”

This means that as each day goes by, Biden has done more damage to America, and when this is all revealed, if he is connected to China… civil suits and espionage prosecutions can apply there, too. No, he will not go to Gitmo; more likely, he will turn evidence against others. As in most organized crimes trials, this one will end with all of the participants pointing fingers at each other, and mostly, their fortunes will be confiscated and their names ruined. That will do enough to shatter the type of megalomaniac who is willing to run a political machine, steal an election, and not care that it ruins his or her country.

Time favors Trump. Those with money in the markets may be saying concede now, but as they watch their wealth evaporate, they will start changing their tune. Right now, they hope that they will make their fortunes in China, but if Trump proves this link, China goes away.

After all, the Asiatics have always wanted the West dead; our model competes with theirs, and as long as we are around prospering, Asians will not be fully happy with the idea of a centralized system staffed by oblivious individualists forming a massive collective as has been the Asiatic ideal since before Genghis Khan.

The West instead chose a focus on intangibles like the transcendentals — beauty, accuracy, and moral excellence — which allowed it to rise while Asia stayed in the primitive state of infighting. Asian empires have always wanted to conquer the West for this reason, most famously with Genghis Khan.

Right now, Trump finds himself content to be appearing to lose. This emboldens his enemies and causing them to stop hiding their tracks. He already has the vital data, most likely spotted with the help of the CIA in real time.

His team will now peel the onion, starting with irregularities, moving on to local frauds, then national fraud, then the companies and three-letter agencies involved, then revealing the political machine crime families behind the Deep State, and finally, that these are controlled by China.

Let us look at the layers of the onion as presented by the Trump team analysis of the theft of election 2020 by the Democrats, Deep State, Obama-Clinton political machine, possibly NSA, and China:

1. Observers were allegedly prevented from watching mail-in ballots being opened. Giuliani said that many mail-in ballots were opened without observers being able to check that they were properly signed, a key protection against fraud. Those votes, he said, were “null and void,” especially where the envelopes had been discarded, making recounts useless.

2. Allegedly unequal application of the law in Democratic counties. In Pennsylvania, whose state supreme court created new, relaxed voting rules before the election, Giuliani alleged that absentee voters in Democratic counties were allowed to “cure” defects in their ballots, while voters in Republican counties, which obeyed the state law as written, were not.

3. Voters allegedly arrived at the polls to discover other people had voted for them. Giuliani said that many provisional ballots cast in Pittsburgh were submitted by people who showed up to vote in person, only to be told that they had voted already. He alleged that Democrats had filled out absentee ballots for other people, hoping they would not show up.

4. Election officials were allegedly told not to look for defects in ballots, and to backdate ballots. Giuliani cited an affidavit from an official who swore she was told not to exclude absentee ballots for defects, and to backdate ballots so they would not appear to have been received after Election Day, to avoid a Supreme Court order to sequester those ballots.

5. Ballots casting votes for Joe Biden and no other candidates were allegedly run several times through machines. Giuliani said that there were 60 witnesses in Michigan who would attest to ballots being “produced” quickly and counted twice or thrice. He said that a minimum of 60,000 ballots, and a maximum of 100,000 ballots, were allegedly affected.

6. Absentee ballots were accepted in Wisconsin without being applied for first. Giuliani noted that Wisconsin state law was stricter regarding absentee ballots than most other states are, yet alleged that 60,000 absentee ballots were counted in the Milwaukee area, and 40,000 in the Madison area, without having been applied for properly by the voters who cast them.

7. There were allegedly “overvotes,” with some precincts allegedly recording more voters than residents, among other problems. Giuliani said there was an unusually large number of overvotes in precincts in Michigan and in Wisconsin, which he alleged was the reason that Republicans on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers had refused to certify the results there this week. He also alleged that there were some out-of-state voters in Georgia, and people who had cast votes twice there.

Those are all procedural irregularities and local cheating. This will have been coordinated by the Democrats.

8. Voting machines and software are allegedly owned by companies with ties to the Venezuelan regime and to left-wing donor George Soros. Sidney Powell argued that U.S. votes were being counted overseas, and that Dominion voting machines and Smartmatic software were controlled by foreign interests, manipulating algorithms to change the results. Powell noted specifically that Smartmatic’s owners included two Venezuelan nationals, whom she alleged had ties to the regime of Hugo Chavez and Nicolas Maduro. The legal team alleged that there were statistical anomalies, such as huge batches of votes for Biden, that could not be explained except as manipulation — which, they alleged, happened in the wee hours of the morning as vote-counting had stalled. (The companies have disputed these allegations vigorously.)

This shows us the connection to the JournoList-style private industry Deep State, most of whom are owned by companies owned in part by China, and will link to a coordinator, probably with a three-letter American agency. This leads us to wonder: did Gina Haspell go to Bob Barr’s office to get dressed down, or to deliver a report on who they caught — possibly CISA or NSA — coordinating the theft?

9. The Constitution provides a process for electing a president if the vote is corrupted. Jenna Ellis argued that the media, had usurped the power to declare the winner of the election. She made the point, citing Federalist No. 68, that the constitutional process of selecting a president had procedural safeguards against corruption and foreign influence.

Giuliani said that the campaign believed that enough votes were flawed — more than double the margins between Biden and Trump in key states — that the president had a path to victory.

The Trump Team knows that the courts take a dim view of election engineering by anything other than legislation in the states, which then subjects that legislation to both judicial review and public scrutiny.

They take it further here, however, with “safeguards against corruption and foreign influence.” That ties together the political machines and the foreign power, roping in whichever compromised Deep State agencies acted to fulfill the great takeover.

On top of this, further investigations, probably from those sealed indictments that Trump quietly issued a few years ago, will link the political machine crime families to China, and show how these political machines controlled both the three-letter agency and the Democratic party.

This will be one heck of a ride, and will end the suicidal American politics of the last half century.

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