China – The Virus Crises

 This article is a continuation of the 2 previous articles, called “China-the Global Economic Giant Part 1 and Part 2. To better understand this article, it would be wise to read the other two first.

 Just to recap some of the main points from the last article:

 China was growing fast, and its economic strength soon became a threat to American domination -especially when it came to natural resources. In 2012, Washington began paying more attention to China, and pivoted to China, as a means of checking China’s rise. Some of the main points of contention are as follows:- Competition for natural resources; the BRI project, and its allied AIB. This was then followed by China’s announcement of the technology leap, called “made in China 2025”.  Conflicts between the two nations encompassed a wide range of issues. Remember the Rockefeller family motto: “COMPETITION IS A SIN”. All of these issues had combined with the Rockefeller’s “FORTRESS AMERICA” game plan, whose key component was becoming independent in all its energy and raw materials needs, and the need to rebuild a manufacturing base in America. The idea was to bring back production and jobs back to the US, and reduce dependency on outside suppliers. It’s not going to happen overnight, but the process has started.

 The Chinese government has been under intense pressure in three ways. First, the crackdown on Xinjiang province generated a massive negative response from Europe and the United States. Alongside that, the United States imposed significant tariffs on China. The contraction in exports hit a financial system that the Beijing government was already struggling to stabilize. This led to fear among Chinese authorities of unrest over economic and financial issues. The result was increasing security, from recognition technology to intrusion into the internet and periodic arrests of those considered dissidents. Economic insecurity led to increased security. This in turn led to Hong Kong. The Hong Kong riots were triggered by a bill that authorized China to extradite Hong Kong residents. This was a desire Beijing did not have before. But as the situation intensified, the desire to assure stability in Hong Kong increased

China is dependent on exports to maintain its economy. About 20 percent of its gross domestic product derives from exports, and its single largest customer is the United States, despite the trade dispute

A chief responsibility of the Chinese president is to manage relations with its most important customer, the United States. China has deflected American demands to open its markets and not manipulate its currency since the George W. Bush administration. It was expected that President Xi Jinping could continue this process. He failed to manage U.S. President Donald Trump, and the result was that an exporting nation faced a challenge from a consuming nation. To put it more simply, there is a rule in business that you should never have a fight with your best customer. Xi violated this rule by winding up in a tariff fight with the United States.

China is a nation whose core dynamic is based on international trade. Under pressure from the United States, a dangerous virus would inevitably cripple that trade at best. At this point, the Chinese government, like any government, would be blamed for what went wrong, and it would be blamed for mismanaging the virus and failing to understand the economic consequences. From here you can play out the game.

The Bio-Warfare Angle 

 The Pentagon has long been actively involved in biological warfare research. Currently, it has many bio -warfare labs around the world. There is ample evidence over the past few decades of US involvement in bio -warfare actions around the world, to cite just a few of them, such as the AIDS virus; SARS; Ebola; and now the Coronavirus.

 To add muscle to Trump’s demands in the trade negotiations between the US and China, a diabolical plan was conceived. This was to unleash the Coronavirus into China. The American aim was to make China kneel, and kneel fast. To this end, Bill Gates of Microsoft was instructed to make to run a simulation of a Coronavirus outbreak.

It sounds like a strange coincidence that in October 2019 a simulation with precisely the Coronavirus was carried out at the John Hopkins Institute in the US, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the WEF (World Economic Forum), as well as the Pilbright Institute of the UK, one of the world’s few level 4 (highest security level) bio-warfare laboratories.

Not Ebola, or Swine Flu or even Avian Flu – but CORONAVIRUS. The simulation features the spread of coronavirus in South America, blamed on animal to human transmission (pigs).

The conclusion of the exercise was that national governments were nowhere near ready, scoring 40 out of 100 on their preparedness scale. The simulation projected over 65 million deaths worldwide.

Event 201 played out almost exactly as it has been in China today. Event 201 was not a simulation but a war-game to study the possible outcomes of an event New York already knew was coming.

Interestingly, a representative from a Rockefeller pharmaceutical company, Johnson and Johnson, one of the companies that may end up designing a “vaccine” for the Coronavirus, suggested during Event 201 that a “centralized” global economic authority in charge of funding and procuring vaccines for various nations in crisis was an option for solving the pandemic.

 That sounds strangely similar to what  New York  have been demanding for many years now, and the pandemic just happens to offer a perfect excuse for the creation of such a one-world financial authority. They might claim that such a system would be temporary according to the life of the pandemic, but this will be a lie.

 Since this virus has a 2-week incubation period, the virus had to be released sometime in early November.  The first indications from those infected began showing around early December. The Chinese government tried to cover it up, but the disease spread. By mid-January, it was going out of control. The epicenter was Wuhan, a strategically placed city, in terms of transportation hubs and as the center of China’s agricultural economy.

 Intelligence sources have pointed the finger at the US. In fact, when the entire staff of the US consulate was evacuated out of the city, Chinese authorities discovered eight empty containers with bio-hazard labels. This was buried 1.5 meters underground, and covered with tarpaulin. The Chinese security forces cordoned off the other US diplomatic missions around the country.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying had this to say; “Since attempts to get comments on official and closed channels over the course of several days did not lead to clear answers, we decided to move the this question to another level and demand an answer publicly”.

The epidemic in China can be interpreted as a biological attack.  China’s Coronavirus outbreak is directly related to America’s geopolitical interests, a country which has long been using indirect strategies in its war with rival China.  Washington is trying to reign in China’s growth, prevent the country from implementing its One Belt One Road initiative, and lower Chinese economic output. The United States is using its naval fleet and allies to surround China in the Pacific, preventing China from circumventing the Strait of Malacca, fomenting unrest, blocking China from accessing Eurasia over land through East Turkestan, and using sanctions and trade wars to try and undermine China’s production and economy And although it is currently hard to say for sure whether the virus originated naturally or artificially, whether it was used as a biological weapon as part of the bigger war between China and the US, one thing is clear, which is that the Coronavirus epidemic that has broken out in China will have a profound effect on the country, and it will naturally affect Chinese manufacturing, trade, the economy, and Chinese priorities, which the United States will clearly benefit from.

The Trade Deal

The US has imposed tariffs on more than $360bn (£268bn) of Chinese goods, and China has retaliated with tariffs on more than $110bn of US products.

Washington delivered three rounds of tariffs in 2018, and a fourth one in September. Beijing hit back with tariffs ranging from 5% to 25% on US goods.

But finally, on January 15, 2020, the first signs of a truce were seen, when the two sides signed the Phase One Deal, which officially agreed to the rollback of tariffs, expansion of trade purchases, and renewed commitments on intellectual property, technology transfer, and currency practices. The world’s two largest economies have been locked in a bitter trade battle. Under the so-called “phase one” deal signed in January, China pledged to boost US imports by $200bn above 2017 levels and strengthen intellectual property rules.

The White House said it will tackle additional issues in a second, “phase two” deal but analysts said they didn’t expect anything concrete anytime soon. Although China committed to buying more farm goods such as soybeans and pork as part of a “phase one” deal reached in December. Trump is holding tight to his view that the trade war is helping the U.S. economy.

Trump has said he wants to keep tariffs in place until he’s sure China is complying with any deal — which means they could be around for years.

Uncertainties around the trade war have hurt businesses and weighed on the global economy.

The Economic Effects

In terms of the economic effects, even if the virus were to stay primarily in China, the Chinese economy is, in basic terms, the largest in the world; it is the biggest exporter/importer and it is central to the now interdependent global economy.

Now, there is no chance that China will meet the requirements of the Phase 1 deal and that will soon become evident, as China’s economy will grind down under the weight of the pandemic. With global supply lines frozen and travel eventually restricted, trade will stall. There is no way around this. This is not just about China, it is about all nations. And, ultimately, this is not even about the Coronavirus, it is about the financial time bomb that the Rockefeller establishment created. It is about our economic inter dependency and the house of cards we have become. In the wake of calamity, the Rockefellers will call for even MORE inter dependency. They will claim tragedy struck because we were not “centralized enough”.

 And for the past two years, despite reports to the contrary, the US economy is in the doldrums, and it seems to be getting worse.

One major reason for the declines is the weakness in US manufacturing. Jobs are not moving back to the US from China despite recent claims, at least not in any significant numbers. Instead the ISM Purchasing Managers Index for December dropped 0.9 percentage points from November to 47.2%. It was the fifth month in a row of contraction, and the fastest contraction since June 2009. Employment, new orders, new export orders, production, backlog of orders, and inventories were all contracting.

On top of this is the weak state of US farmers following severe weather damage in 2019 and cut off of exports to China as a result of the trade war. The much-touted Phase 1 US-China trade deal in December calls for China to import some $50 billion of US farm products which, if true, would give a major boost to US farmers. In 2017 the US exported $19 billion in agriculture products including soybeans and corn to China. Now, as the Coronavirus spreads across China, the likelihood of realizing the farm export boost fades by the day.  Loss of the large China export market in 2020 will be a devastating blow to thousands of farmers barely able to survive.

All this in and of itself does not create an economic catastrophe. However the unexpected shock of the greatest crisis in recent history disrupting the supply chains from the center of world manufacture, China, will have untold consequences on US corporations like Boeing, GM, Apple and countless others if the crisis continues to grow, which, unfortunately, it shows every sign of doing.

The difference with the economics of this crisis, unlike those even twenty years ago, is the dramatic impact of globalization of the world economy, with China receiving the lion’s share of manufacturing out-sourcing from the West, especially the US. The major South Korean car makers Hyundai and Kia just announced suspension of production in Korea because their vital China component supply chain remains shut because of the Coronavirus. German industry has become strongly reliant on China exports from auto parts to machine tools, all now in limbo. France, Italy and other EU economies stand also to be hard hit.

Any economic shock to China’s colossal industrial and consumption engines will spread rapidly to other countries through the increased trade and financial linkages associated with globalization.” And few countries are more vulnerable to such shocks than the United States.

With the total debt of the world economy at a record high, and that of the US as well, the unexpected China health catastrophe could have an economic impact few could have imagined just weeks ago. We have no accurate report of how much Chinese manufacturing is closed to date or for how long and the global supply chain disruption is just beginning. This has the potential to shake the world yet financial markets blissfully ignore all.

But that and the constant bashing with negative western propaganda, travel bans, border closures, flight bans – and more – plus the disease itself, the medical care, work absenteeism, medication and medical equipment, not to forget the specially-built 1,000-bed emergency hospital in Wuhan – and an 8% average decline at the Shanghai stock exchange, bear a considerable economic cost for China.

Yes, the world is on the verge of a violent sea-change, but this is not the most important issue.

The Rockefeller agenda is complicated in design but simple in its goals: Order out of chaos. Create or exploit every crisis to manipulate the public into consenting. But consent for what?

As Richard N. Gardner, former deputy assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations under Kennedy and Johnson, and a member of the Trilateral Commission, wrote in the April, 1974 issue of the Council on Foreign Relation’s (CFR) journal Foreign Affairs (pg. 558) in an article titled ‘The Hard Road To World Order‘:

“In short, the ‘house of world order’ will have to be built from the bottom up rather than from the top down. It will look like a great ‘booming, buzzing confusion,’ to use William James’ famous description of reality, but an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned frontal assault.”

Global pandemic, whether a natural event or deliberately engineered, actually serves the purposes of the Rockefeller establishment in a number of ways. First and foremost, it is a superb distraction.

The general public, overcome with fears of an invisible force of nature that can possibly kill them at any moment, will probably forget all about the much bigger threat to their life, liberty and future – the subsequent collapse of the massive ‘Everything Bubble’ and the globalist “solution” that a pandemic can trigger. If China’s economy goes down, even for a short time, this will send shock waves through all other national economies and supply lines.

To summarize the situation

The Rockefeller establishment has created the largest financial bubble in modern history through central bank stimulus, inflating a highly unstable artificial rally in markets while also creating new highs in national debt, corporate debt and consumer debt.

The economic fundamentals have been sending alarms for the past two years, and the ‘Everything Bubble’ is showing signs of implosion. It is only a matter of time before the farce collapses by itself.

The Rockefellers  need scapegoats,(and fingers have been pointed at others in a deliberate policy of deflection),  but they also need an event or wave of events so distracting that people will not be able to discern what really happened.

The reason why the Rockefellers want a collapse is simple – They need crisis in order to manipulate the masses into accepting total centralization, a global monetary system and global governance.

They are also rabid believers in eugenics and population reduction.

With many economies including the US economy already in a precarious balancing act of historic debt vs. crashing demand and useless central bank repo market intervention, there is little chance that the system can withstand such a tsunami.

Make no mistake; the crash has already begun, whether the virus hits the US hard or not. The only question is, will this be the trigger event that accelerates the collapse process that is already in motion?

The situation has spiraled out of control in China and it is clear that the government is now lying through its teeth about the number of sick and dead.

I would not be surprised if we discover in the next two weeks that the death tally is in the thousands, and the sickness rate is actually in the hundreds of thousands.

The fact that China has now quarantined over 50 million people in 16 cities suggests the danger is much higher than they have admitted. If this is the case, then at the very least, the Chinese economy is about to take a massive hit. If the virus doesn’t spread, the economic damage will.

Look at it this way – The US and China are still currently in the middle of a trade war. The Phase 1 deal was always a joke, because it demands that China quadruple its purchases from the US within the next 1-2 years. This was never going to happen, but the false hope (along with corporate stock buybacks) lifted global stocks out of reversal. A collapsing demand for all goods was declining even before the virus crisis began. With Chinese manufacturing frozen, demand for all commodities is crashing. Where, and how, this economic tsunami will end, only time will tell.

Read the article, “How the Rockerfellers Trumped the World” in order to understand the last paragraph better. We do indeed live in interesting times.

3 thoughts on “China – The Virus Crises

  1. Hi Sam. I really appreciate your work! Finally some answers that make sense. Was the virus released there and the virus here two different things? Could it have ever possibly gotten that bad here? I saw a video of a man in Wuhan fall forward straight flat on his face. But we also heard cases of people being incinerated while still alive. Obviously many couldn’t get medical treatment. Is it the same virus handled REALLY badly or is it different OR is there validity to the claim they are having adverse affects to the 5G?
    Also if Hillary and Al Gore were the only attempts of London does that mean Bill Clinton was selected by the Rockefeller’s?

    1. Hillary double-crossed the Rockefellers, and that is why she did not serve a 2nd term as SOS. Al Gore is a life-long British asset. He was made the VP because the Rockefellers needed him and Maurice Strong to push the climate-change agenda during the early 1990s.Bill Clinton was a product of the Arkansas political machine built up by Winthrop Rockefeller in the 1950s and 1960s. Winthrop was the Clinton’s law firms main client.

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