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#11 status - Niccolò Polo

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Posted 07 October 2018 - 12:05 PM

Now after the pathetic, rather sad exploits of the Senate on both sides is over, I believe for the people of the US to be aware of China's new "Belt Road". This is the Elite globalist recreation of their old "Silk Road" from thousands of years ago. Here's a weak attempt to break it down on Wikipedia (Fake news)

https://en.wikipedia...Road_Initiative

 This is the main reason the United States has needed to reverse decades of corruption and finally we have someone in their willing to fight for our sovereignty as a nation on the principle this great nation was founded. The years of our country being raped by every nation on the planet and sold out by previous administrations is over. Here's a very small glimpse of China's Belt Road Initiative which is essentially a debt trap for any nation who gets involved. Quick Note: China Owes More Money Than Any Other Nation! 30 Trillion USD and rising fast. Again, why is this not spoken about?



This has been going on in the Asian region for over a decade but it's spreading across the globe now. This should be on the front page of every newspaper in the US but I doubt it gets any recognition. This is paramount to understanding the future from a broad perspective. One might ask themselves one simple question... Why is this not a huge topic in the United States? The answers are, in a word, scary. China built their wall for a reason.

China is now the testing ground for the New World Order as their entire society is the most watched on the planet with 4x more cameras to be installed by 2020. They also have a merit system whereby a person can lose every right they have if they are seen as "undesirable". Fight this as it's coming to a town near you soon. From a concerned Citizen of the USA. for JMJ

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Posted 07 October 2018 - 04:52 PM

Why is this not a huge topic in the United States?

 

 

Because our medium of communicating news is informing the public on what it thinks we need to know. The public only see the surface with headlines and copy write that is designed to catch the eye and inflame the heart. Leaving our heads open for a solution not of our own making.

 

Welcome to the yellow brick road.


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Posted 10 October 2018 - 01:00 AM

For those of us who really dont want to read the entire wall of text, could you perhaps summarize the highlights?
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Posted 10 October 2018 - 01:18 PM

For those of us who really dont want to read the entire wall of text, could you perhaps summarize the highlights?

 

I suppose you could summarize by this statement: China has the means and the will to create a society just like George Orwell's 1984. The silk road isn't just an economic pathway. It's also a pathway to the dream of one world society. Only they want to be the kingpins just like every other super power. Who's to say what the world will be like in 100 years? I know there is a generational plan on all sides of this farce.


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Posted 23 February 2019 - 05:52 PM

China Uses DNA to Track Its People, With the Help of American Expertise

The Chinese authorities turned to a Massachusetts company and a prominent Yale researcher as they built an enormous system of surveillance and control.

China wants to make the country’s Uighurs, a predominantly Muslim ethnic group, more subservient to the Communist Party. It has detained up to a million people in what China calls “re-education” camps, drawing condemnation from human rights groups and a threat of sanctions from the Trump administration.

Collecting genetic material is a key part of China’s campaign, according to human rights groups and Uighur activists. They say a comprehensive DNA database could be used to chase down any Uighurs who resist conforming to the campaign.

https://www.nytimes....rmo-fisher.html

China's problems with the Uyghur

Located in the far northwest of the People’s Republic, on the borders of central Asia, Xinjiang is the scene of frequent clashes between the Chinese authorities and the Uyghurs, Turkish-speaking Muslims who, like their Tibetan neighbors, reject the colonization of their territory.

Going beyond the Uyghur problem (which gets less media coverage than the unrest in neighbouring Tibet) the aim of this documentary is to decipher the propaganda that is currently being put out by the Chinese, who are trying to convince the world, and Chinese tour operators in particular, that the region is a haven of peace, a heaven on earth suitable for mass tourism.





 


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Posted 23 February 2019 - 05:58 PM

Cooperation from the global scientific community “legitimizes this type of genetic surveillance,”

 

The great social experiment continues...

All the fears we have in America about big brother keeper are alive and well in China and other places. It reaches into ALL hearts and minds.

 

Can you see brother keepers face yet?

 


 


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Posted 24 February 2019 - 05:26 PM

China suddenly takes BBC news off air after Muslim detention camps mentioned
Over a million ethnic Uighurs are being held by the authorities for 're-education'

China censored a TV report about its detention of more than a million Uighur Muslims in “re-education camps” by suddenly cutting off the broadcast, according to a BBC reporter.

Stephen McDonell filmed the moment the World Service Newsday programme went off air as he began to speak about the treatment of the Turkic ethnic minority in the northwestern Xinjiang province.

Mr McDonell, the BBC’s China correspondent, said a similar thing happened the previous day during discussion of the same issue.

“We can pretty much predict the subjects when they will cut the feed and recently coverage of Xinjiang’s mass “re-education” camps has been just such a subject,” he said.

China has come under increasing international pressure over the camps, which it calls vocational training centres and claims are part of a campaign against terrorism and religious extremism.China censored a TV report about its detention of more than a million Uighur Muslims in “re-education camps” by suddenly cutting off the broadcast, according to a BBC reporter.

Stephen McDonell filmed the moment the World Service Newsday programme went off air as he began to speak about the treatment of the Turkic ethnic minority in the northwestern Xinjiang province.

Mr McDonell, the BBC’s China correspondent, said a similar thing happened the previous day during discussion of the same issue.

“We can pretty much predict the subjects when they will cut the feed and recently coverage of Xinjiang’s mass “re-education” camps has been just such a subject,” he said.

China has come under increasing international pressure over the camps, which it calls vocational training centres and claims are part of a campaign against terrorism and religious extremism.

https://www.independ...g-a8792486.html


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