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On 1/10/2023 at 4:28 PM, Macnamara said:

In 2022, The IRS Went After The Very Poorest Taxpayers

On Wednesday, Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) released data provided to it by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on audits performed by the agency in fiscal year 2022. Despite the infusion of new funding earmarked for the IRS via last year’s Inflation Reduction Act, the agency continued historic trends of hassling primarily low-income taxpayers, with relatively few millionaires and billionaires getting caught up in the audit sweep.

“The taxpayer class with unbelievably high audit rates—five and a half times virtually everyone else—were low-income wage-earners taking the earned income tax credit,” reported TRAC, noting that the poorest taxpayers are “easy marks in an era when IRS increasingly relies upon correspondence audits yet doesn’t have the resources to assist taxpayers or answer their questions.”


In fact, “if one ignores the fiction of auditing a millionaire through simply sending a letter through the mail, the odds that millionaires received a regular audit by a revenue agent (1.1%) was actually less than the audit rate of the targeted lowest income wage-earners whose audit rate was 1.27 percent!”

The Inflation Reduction Act, passed in August 2022, directed $80 billion worth of new funding over the next decade to the IRS so it could hire 87,000 new workers, purportedly to better target millionaire and billionaire scofflaws. The Biden administration and credulous journalists claimed that this would in no way increase audits for those making under $400,000 annually—suspect assurances not provided within the text of the actual bill. This increased capacity meant only those at the top would be targeted, supporters insisted. But this ignores how the IRS’s incentives work and how agencywide reform might be too heavy of a lift.

Correspondence audits—which are conducted via mail, and are the type frequently used when interacting with the poorest of taxpayers—are much easier and cheaper to conduct than other types of audits. Plus, the earned income tax credit is easy to get wrong. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that new hires with experience in the field will take almost three years of ramp-up time, with more junior new hires taking longer. The lag time between 2022’s infusion of funding, and legitimately increased capacity, will be enormous—if the agency can even snag the best in the industry when TurboTax and H&R Block will surely be swelling their own ranks. It makes sense that, given a dearth of experienced auditors not likely to be fixed soon, the agency would rely on the easiest and least time-consuming types of audits.




Janet Yellen Admits 90 Percent of IRS Audits Will Slap Small Business and Families, Not Billionaires

Wendell Husebø

10 Mar 2023

Treasury Department Secretary Janet Yellen acknowledged on Friday that 90 percent of IRS audits will be conducted on small businesses and families, not billionaires.

Testifying before the House Ways and Means Committee, Rep. Adrian Smith (R-NE) questioned Yellen on the ambiguity of her opening statement. Smith prefaced his question by noting the 87,000 new IRS agents hired at the agency over the next decade to conduct tax enforcement on Americans.

“Regarding the audits, there has been confusion about the meaning of the directive that you cited,” Smith said in his line of questioning. “Are you talking about the total number of audits or the proportion of audits on families and small businesses under 400,000 dollars?”

“I’m talking about the proportion of those small businesses and families,” Yellen admitted.

Smith responded, “So the proportion is 90 percent. Ninety percent of the new audits will be, according to the data — that we can expect up to 90 percent of new audits on those making less than $400,000.”

Yellen tried to draw attention to the total number of audits and not the proportion of audits that will disproportionally impact small businesses and families.

“The purpose of this legislation is to vastly increase the audit rate on high income, high wealthy, complex partnerships,” she said without denying the 90 percent proportion.

Smith reminded Yellen that “the rates of audits and commitments I believe are certainly very clear”:

🚨🚨Secretary Yellen just admitted before @WaysandMeansGOP that 90% of new audits under the Inflation Act will be on families and small businesses, not "billionaires and tax cheats."

That is exactly why @HouseGOP passed my bill with @RepSteel to rescind this funding. ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/nqmslEo4t0

— Rep. Adrian Smith (@RepAdrianSmith) March 10, 2023

In August, Yellen told IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig that the new IRS agents President Joe Biden’s 2022 Inflation Reduction Act designated would not increase audits rates “relative to recent years” on Americans earning under $4000,000 a year:

Specifically, I direct that any additional resources—including any new personnel or auditors that are hired—shall not be used to increase the share of small business or households below the $400,000 threshold that are audited relative to historical levels. This means that, contrary to the misinformation from opponents of this legislation, small business or households earning $400,000 per year or less will not see an increase in the chances that they are audited.

Although Yellen promised to not increase the proportion of audits for those earning under $400,000 beyond historical levels, that pledge is not enshrined in law.

In February, Sen. Mike Crapo (R-ID) questioned the now-newly confirmed IRS chief Danny Werfel during his confirmation hearing about how he would keep Yellen’s under-$400,000 pledge, noting that it is not law.

“Secretary Yellen’s statement leaves a lot of wiggle room,” Crapo explained. “I don’t expect to see wiggle room in this commitment.”

“I look forward to working with you and you holding me accountable for that,” Werfel replied.

On Wednesday, Biden released a proposed 2024 budget requesting American taxpayers increase IRS funding by 15 percent in fiscal year 2024 to conduct audits. The proposed 15 percent increase is in addition to the previously allocated $79 billion over the next decade from the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act.

Republicans have widely opposed increasing taxpayer funds to the IRS and its desire to hire 87,000 new agents. House Republicans in January voted to slash funding for the agency after pledging to repeal the nearly $80 billion allocation from 2022 that funded the 87,000 new IRS agents.


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On 3/11/2023 at 12:07 PM, Macnamara said:

I think this whole question of whether or not lineker should be cancelled is not the real issue


If people disagree with him then they should debate him and it would be nice if there WAS a proper public debate over immigration


What Lineker is doing is a classic tactic of the left which is to say that anyone who disagrees with them is a 'nazi'. If you go and protest a drag queen story hour where grown men are dressing in a sexualised manner and then twerking in front of toddlers then the left will brand you a 'fascist'.


If you question unchecked immigration then the left will call you a 'nazi'


They do the same thing everytime and it is precisely to SHUT DOWN DEBATE as they do not want anyone to be able to have a clear and adult and open discussion about all of these matters. Its a form of playground, public shaming to try and silence any opposition to their agendas


if you questioned lockdown then they would call you a 'lockdown denier' thereby implying that really you were a holocaust loving nazi


If you questioned the covid jabs then they called you a 'refusenik' which was a communist term from the soviet union where the anti-fascist (now 'antifa' movement began) so thereby once again raising this spectre of fascism.


To the left you can't just be a normal person concerned about how your world is being endlessly socially engineered in ways that are going to harm you, your children and society. No to the left if you question ANY OF IT then you are a flat out nazi


It doesn't matter if you don't agree with the ideology of nationalist socialism as the goal for the left is not to be honest or fair. Their goal is to shut you up for long enough to destroy your world.


Lets not also forget the hypocrisy here of the left who constantly call for people to be cancelled eg jeremy clarkson but when THEY want to push their agenda on society then suddenly that is a 'freedom of speech' issue as if they give a rats ass about freedom of speech!


So yeah i think what we should really be discussing here is THEIR agendas and behaviours and how they keep trying to hide their own guilty behind projecting nasty and incorrect slurs onto others


In the US recently they had a real, self-professed nazi group carry out an actual attack on the nations electrical infrastructure with the goal of casting baltimore into darkness. Baltimore had a large black population who would then have been left with no lighting, no heating and no means to cook food. That's a genuine 'hate crime' and yet the liberal media have been silent on this. The FBI love cooking up false plots that the liberal media then point to to try and claim that 'white supremacism' and the 'far right' are the biggest internal threat to america and yet when they actually get real nazis doing something they say nothing!


Meanwhile they call anyone who is not a nationalist socialist or involved in anyway with any far right groups 'nazis' simply for questioning aspects of the left's agenda such as:

-drag queen story hour

-mass immigration

-lockdowns and mandatory jabs


looking at that list above its clear they have an agenda to cause us and our nation harm....and that list is only the tip of the iceburg


Interesting perspective from hitchens:

PETER HITCHENS: End this crude smear against conservatives - Hitler’s Nazis were in fact left-wing racists... Gary Lineker knows as much about politics as I know about football

By Peter Hitchens for The Mail on Sunday

Published: 22:24 GMT, 11 March 2023 | Updated: 07:14 GMT, 12 March 2023

An amazing fact emerges from Julia Boyd’s superb recent book Travellers In The Third Reich. She describes how a Swiss academic, Denis de Rougemont, lived for some time in Frankfurt in the Nazi era, with the advantage of speaking and understanding German perfectly. This allowed him to have the private conversations with ordinary Germans which most foreign visitors could not.

He began by thinking that Hitler’s regime was Right-wing. But, as Julia Boyd writes: ‘What unsettled him was the fact that those who stood most naturally on the Right – lawyers, doctors, industrialists and so on – were the very ones who most bitterly denounced National Socialism. Far from being a bulwark against Communism, they complained, it was itself Communism in disguise.

‘They pointed out that only workers and peasants benefited from Nazi reforms, while their own values were being systematically destroyed by devious methods.

‘They were taxed disproportionately, their family life had been irreparably harmed, parental authority sapped, religion stripped and education eliminated. A lawyer’s wife complained to him, “Every evening my two children are taken over by the Party.”’

And those of you who have noticed the stripping of patriotism and Christianity from the Scouts and Guides, Cubs and Brownies over the past 20 years might note that this attack on old values through schools and children follows a carefully devised pattern in both the Third Reich and Stalin’s police state.

As Hitler said, sneering gently: ‘When an opponent declares “I will not come over to your side”, I say calmly, “Your child belongs to us already… What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing but this new community.” ’



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Unrestricted Warfare


Unrestricted Warfare: Two Air Force Senior Colonels on Scenarios for War and the Operational Art in an Era of Globalization[ 'warfare beyond bounds') is a book on military strategy written in 1999 by two colonels in the People's Liberation Army (PLA), Qiao Liang (乔良) and Wang Xiangsui (王湘穗).[2] Its primary concern is how a nation such as China can defeat a technologically superior opponent (such as the United States) through a variety of means. Rather than focusing on direct military confrontation, this book instead examines a variety of other means such as political warfare.[3][4][5][6] Such means include using legal tools (see lawfare) and economic means as leverage over one's opponent and circumvent the need for direct military action


BOOM! Oversight Chair James Comer: “IT’S AS BAD AS WE THOUGHT – We Have In Hand Documents That Show Biden Family Was Getting Money from Chinese Communist Party”

by Jim Hoft Mar. 12, 2023 10:15 am
James Comer:  “It’s as bad as we thought… Since we’ve last spoken we have bank records in hand.  We have individuals who are working with our committee.  In the last two weeks we’ve met with either these individuals personally or with their attorneys.  And that would be four individuals who had ties in with the Biden family in their various schemes around the world. So now we have in hand documents  We have in hand documents in hand that show just how the Biden family was getting money from the Chinese Communist Party.”

Sen. Tom Cotton says China destroyed evidence about covid lab leak to bury “smoking gun”

The first hearing of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic occurred this week, and Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) spilled the beans about the Chinese Community Party’s (CCP) deliberate destruction of evidence pertaining to its alleged Wuhan lab origins.

In order to avoid leaving behind a “smoking gun” proving that covid was created by mad scientists and not spread randomly in bat soup, Cotton explained, the CCP ravaged the evidence files in an effort to permanently cover up the truth – but it did not work.


WATCH as Mike Adams and Michael Yon discuss the great replacement of Americans with illegal “migrants”

Thursday, February 23, 2023 by: Ethan Huff



China could outmaneuver US ‘without firing a shot’ – retired general

11 Mar, 2023 13:26 / Updated 12 hours ago

China possesses “more ships, more airplanes, [and] more offensive and defensive missiles than the United States” in the Western Pacific, Keane claimed on Friday in comments to Fox News, where he works as a senior strategic analyst.

The retired general predicted, however, that Beijing would likely opt for a different strategy whereby it would attempt to bring Taiwan under control by imposing a total blockade.

The retired general argued that China could prevail “without firing a shot,” rather than getting involved in a costly confrontation. To ensure that outcome, the leadership in Beijing would need to establish control over Taiwan’s airspace as well as sea lanes, Keane suggested.


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What do you have to say about men dressing and acting in a sexualised manner around children JK Rowling? Or is it only the attack on female identity that you object to?

How Drag Queens became a Trojan Horse to promote militant trans ideology to children…and why parents who say the lewd shows - that can feature bondage gear and nipple tassels - aren't suitable for youngsters are derided as 'bigots'

By Kathryn Knight

Published: 21:48 GMT, 12 March 2023 | Updated: 21:48 GMT, 12 March 2023

Clad in thigh-high rubber boots with 6in heels and a tiny skin-tight skirt, drag queen Copper Topp is an enthusiastic performer on the drag circuit.

Recent footage of her act, taken at the Honor Oak pub in Lewisham, South-East London, shows a lively audience whooping their approval as ‘Copper’ gyrates provocatively on the floor before hitching her skirt to the waist and thrusting her crotch back and forth.

Not everyone is thrilled by the spectacle, however: in one corner of the makeshift stage, a small girl — no more than three — looks on with what can only be described as puzzlement. 

You might wonder, of course, why the baffled-looking toddler is there at all. Wasn’t it past her bedtime?

Far from it: this was a ‘family friendly’ drag show hosted at 11am on a Saturday morning, a time when many parents can more usually be found shivering in the local playground.

Copper Topp — the name, while commonly slang for a person with red hair, also refers to a lewd sex act — was performing at a ‘bottomless drag brunch’. 

For £25 a ticket, punters can treat themselves to an unending supply of prosecco cocktails, Bloody Marys, and a slice of innuendo-laden entertainment.

And there’s certainly no shortage of demand: all manner of families with young children had gathered at the Honor Oak for Copper Topp’s most recent performance at the end of February — one of many similar events being held up and down the country in recent weeks.

As Copper Topp gyrated in Lewisham, 40 miles away at St Mark’s Church, Southend, another drag queen by the name of Kenzie Blackheart was performing in a tight-fitting green and black corset to pews of children as part of the borough’s ‘Winter Pride’ week.

Then there’s the ‘Caba Baba Rave’ — an event billed as a ‘cabaret sensory rave for parents and their babies 0-2 years’ which has been performing across London in recent months. 

In it, half-naked drag acts — some wearing bondage gear, thongs and nipple tassels — gyrate in front of parents bouncing babies and toddlers on their laps.

The list goes on, from ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ in local libraries and schools to ‘RuPaul’s DragCon’, a three-day event featuring drag artists such as ‘A’Whora’ and ‘Cheryl Hole’, hosted by the flamboyant presenter of the now cult reality TV series RuPaul’s DragRace UK. 

It took place at London’s Excel centre at the start of January, its marketing proclaiming that ‘kids eight and under’ were let in for free.

That drag artists have hit mainstream light entertainment on TV is nothing new to anyone who can remember Danny La Rue, Dame Edna Everage and Lily Savage, but their rollout into public spaces and to children is unprecedented. 

Earlier this month, it was reported that there had been a 300 per cent increase in drag events in schools, libraries and churches in the past year alone.

Not everyone is thrilled. Many events have attracted protesters who believe drag queens — known for a brand of humour that’s far more sexualised than that of Edna or Savage, with stage names such as ‘FlowJob’ and ‘Courtney Act’ — are better suited to a nightclub setting. 

And while often being deeply inappropriate for children, some wonder if drag acts are a Trojan Horse through which proponents smuggle into schools more politicised agendas, particularly those of trans rights.

This latter issue has been brought sharply into focus this month, after it emerged that an as yet unidentified drag queen told a classroom of 11 to 12-year-olds that there were ‘73 genders’. 

She had been invited to give a sex education talk to Year 7 pupils at Queen Elizabeth II High School on the Isle of Man. 

One child raised an objection, saying there were only two genders, for which he was asked to leave the room.

‘At his young age,’ his appalled mother explained to the Mail, ‘he should not be reprimanded for believing that genders are purely male and female. It is not an appropriate punishment, nor fair.’

In a separate incident at the same school, an 11-year-old girl said she had been left ‘sick and disgusted’ by a lesson about anal and oral sex.

Following an outcry by parents — and pending the results of an investigation — this new genre of sex education lessons has been suspended at Isle of Man schools, and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is now launching a review of sex education in schools.

But according to James Esses, co-founder of Thoughtful Therapists, an organisation concerned about the impact of gender identity ideology on children and young people, the dramatic increase in drag performances in schools speaks volumes about the militant trans rights agenda.

‘The drag queen phenomenon has become intertwined with the obsession around diversity and inclusion,’ he says. 

‘The answer to anyone who expresses any discomfort around this is to say “this is my identity”.

‘What that then means is the vast majority of people who are not comfortable with what is unfolding — whether it’s sexually charged performances in front of children, or schools bringing gender ideology into the classroom — worry they will be labelled a bigot and have the baying mob coming for them for raising perfectly reasonable objections about what is suitable for children.’

What would possess a school head to invite adult entertainers into their classroom? 

Advocates argue that by playing with sexual and gender norms, drag artists not only encourage self-expression but help build a more open-minded community — vital in a world where, according to 2019 research, homophobia is the lead cause of bullying in schools. 

Surveys repeatedly suggest LGBT youths are at a greater risk of mental health problems, self-harm and even suicide.

But while the confidence of drag queens and their brightly coloured outfits might help sell an inclusive message, their highly sexualised alter egos were always going to make parents nervous.

‘It’s about content not costume,’ says Simon Fanshawe, co-founder of Stonewall, who argues drag queens shouldn’t be seen as the only way to promote diversity to children. 

‘Schools need to give kids all kind of examples of people reading stories, from gay men in sports to people like Rosie the Riveter who was a cultural icon in World War II representing women working in shipyards,’ he says.

School authorities would no doubt have been encouraged by the popular appeal of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK and the hit coming-of-age musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, which follows the story of a teenage boy as he pursues his dream of becoming a drag queen. 

Shows like these have blurred the boundaries between what was once seen as the preserve of adult entertainment and more ‘family-friendly’ fun.

‘RuPaul normalised drag, and knocked the rough edges off it,’ says Claire Loneragan from the Women’s Rights Network. 

‘If you look at some of the earlier episodes, some of the language used was actually slightly dubious, misogynistic and niche.

‘Over time they got rid of all that and made it palatable — or more palatable — for mainstream audiences. So today, people now watch the show thinking it’s no different to something like The X Factor — and I think a lot of the “family friendly” drag is riding on the crest of that wave. It’s given it a veneer of respectability — but that is all it is, a veneer. Behind it, what is going on is deeply unsavoury.’

Last year, the Mail reported on the rise of Drag Queen Story Hour, a phenomenon imported from the U.S. in which drag queens host reading sessions for young children in schools and libraries.

The events attracted controversy when it emerged that one of its most popular protagonists, Sab Samuel, who performs as his alter ego ‘Aida H Dee’ — a play on the neurological disorder ADHD — often performed in tight-fitting outfits through which the outline of his genitals could on occasion clearly be seen.

Nonetheless, councils and schools continue to book artists for Drag Queen Story Hour, despite protests — the latest being outside The Great Exhibition pub in East Dulwich, South London, on Friday.

There, a family values pressure group Turning Point UK had organised a rally against a story time event — which didn’t actually take place as its listing on the pub’s website was out of date. Still, a protest was had, and met with pro-LGBT activists.

Speaking last week, Sab Samuel said there had been ‘a four-fold increase’ in the number of shows performed in the last year compared with the year before.

The shows’ defenders cry ‘inclusivity’ and ‘diversity’ but that is a ‘spurious justification’, says a spokesman for the Safe Schools Alliance. ‘We don’t want to ban drag queens — but we do want to apply basic safeguarding, and we object to children being used to validate adults and the misogyny inherent in drag performances.’

In response to those who had objected to the performance by Kenzie Blackheart at St Mark’s Church, the priest, Mother Cherry Sandover, insisted: ‘This was a family show, and nothing was sexualised or inappropriate . . . St Mark’s is proud to be an inclusive church that seeks to welcome and serve LGBT+ people.’

Kenzie herself — self-styled as ‘the UK’s Nuclear Bombshell of Drag’ — suggested those who had raised objections to her performance in the church’s sanctuary in front of young children were ‘bigots’. Her presence was, she wrote on social media, about ‘representation’ for LGBTQ+ people and ‘those with different gender identities’.

‘We are here to help your children grow up with acceptance, tolerance and an open mind,’ she added, pointing out that she had even replaced her customary fishnets with opaque black tights ‘so as not to upset anyone’.

In what has proved to be a customary riposte to detractors, Kenzie ended by sarcastically wishing luck to any of them who were considering buying a pantomime ticket this year.

This, says James Esses, of Thoughtful Therapists, the group concerned about the impact on children of gender ideology, is a much deployed fudge. ‘Pantomime dames wear enormous flowery dresses, not bondage gear or thongs. Pantomime dames do not twerk provocatively in front of young children.

‘Drag queens occupy quite different territory . . . Some even have pages on OnlyFans, an online platform used primarily by sex workers. For kids with access to the internet and Google, it can be a portal into a very adult world.’

Claire Loneragan agrees. ‘Equating them to panto dames is an easy way to give them a family-friendly makeover: “Hey, it’s just panto.” And if it becomes sexual then activists say: “Well, the children are too young to understand it anyway.”’

That was the argument wheeled out by organisers of the Caba Baba Rave for parents and their babies, during which one cross-dressing performer with a drag name that is a pun on anal sex could be seen doing a handstand on a chair in a leopard-print thong and gloves.

Following an outcry when videos of the ‘rave’ were shared on social media — by, among others, Sherlock actress Amanda Abbington, the former partner of The Hobbit star Martin Freeman — organisers Gemma Daubney and Liz West, both mums in their late 30s, cancelled a show which was meant to take place in Central London at the weekend and took down their website.

Not, however, before issuing a statement in which they blamed the cancellation of their shows on ‘trolling’ by ‘people who have a problem with . . . non-binary performers’ before justifying the sexualised content on the basis that the babies are too young to know what is happening anyway.

‘It goes without saying that babies of a young age aren’t able to grasp the plot of an intricate, thought-provoking movie,’ they wrote. Not much of an argument, according to Debbie Hayton — a trans teacher who has written about her concerns about the grip gender ideology can have on primary schools.

‘The idea that you can’t understand it makes it OK is extraordinary. You wouldn’t have an adult comedian performing to infants, even though they might not “understand that”,’ she says.

Levelling accusations of transphobia at those who express discomfort only highlights for Hayton the overlap between drag queens and modern trans activism.

‘It’s ironic really, because go back ten years and many transexuals used to be very uncomfortable with drag queens because transitioning was something major in our lives; many of us had taken hormones and had invasive surgery in order to try to pass as a member of the opposite sex, and these people are a parody of that,’ she recalls.

‘For many of us their appearance was an infringement of trans rights — but there has been a change of attitude and in many instances the two have been conflated. I have always struggled to call drag acts entertainment — and I now find myself shrieking about how on earth we have got to a position where we are inflicting it on our children?’

For legislators in Tennessee, that grievance has hardened into a law this month banning ‘male to female impersonators that appeals to prurient interest’ from performing in public spaces. Those in breach will be punished by a fine and/or up to a year in jail.

It’s a warning from the U.S. as to where this debate can lead if drag queens push their acts beyond the boundaries of parental approval.



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Rockefeller's China: the communist powerhouse


Despite the tens of millions of deaths from Yale offshoot educated Chairman Mao's 'great leap forward' (their great reset to a collectivist farming system) David Rockefeller travelled to China in order to transform its economy into a testbed of the illuminati's planned for technocracy. David sung the praises of the communist country:


By David Rockefeller | The New York Times | August 10, 1973

. . . Whatever the price of the Chinese Revolution, it has obviously succeeded not only in producing more efficient and dedicated administration, but also in fostering high morale and community of purpose.

General economic and social progress is no less impressive. . . .

Rapid strides are being made in agriculture, reforestation, industry and education . . .

The enormous social advances of China have benefited greatly from the singleness of ideology and purpose. . . .

Considering the problems to be overcome, economic growth in China over the last 25 years has been quite remarkable, with an annual average rise in gross national product of 4 to 5 per cent. . . .

The social experiment in China under. Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history. . . .


Rockefeller family's connection with China

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2017-03-21 16:16

The life of David Rockefeller also witnessed the Rockefeller Foundation's century-long connection with China that saw investments in China's science, medicine, and higher education.

The Rockefeller family's connection with China date back to 1863, when John D. Rockefeller sold his first kerosene to China and presented his first gift to China missions.

The Rockefeller Foundation entered China in early 20th century when the West was moving toward modern ideals of evidence-based medicine.

The foundation bought the Union Medical School and renamed it the "Peking Union Medical College."

The foundation not just wanted to establish a first-class school of medicine in China. It also introduced the US Johns Hopkins model to the Peking Union Medical College Hospital.

Peking Union Medical College Hospital remains one of the finest hospitals in China today.

Over the course of the 20th century, several hundred Chinese institutions and many thousands of Chinese scholars and practitioners received Rockefeller philanthropic support.

David Rockefeller visited China and met late Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai in 1973. In 1979, the Rockefeller Foundation came to China to reprise its historic roles, bringing resources to rebuild China's medical infrastructure and revitalize its life sciences, and to link China with global scientific networks.


Eight Elders

The Eight Great Eminent Officials (Chinese: 八大元老; pinyin: Bā dà yuánlǎo), abbreviated as the Eight Elders (Chinese: 八老; pinyin: Bā lǎo), were a group of elderly members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) who held substantial power in the last two decades of the 20th century. In the English-speaking world, these men are often called The Eight Immortals as an allusion to the Taoist deities commonly known as the Eight Immortals


Descendants of the eight Elders who have benefited significantly from nepotism and cronyism constitute a group now known as "the Princelings" or the "Crown Prince Party". Its members, rising through party ranks, can easily overrule any opposition in their jurisdictions, even if they are assigned to a local administrative position. They are often seen to outrank other party officials and possess greater prestige due to their lineage.[4] Bloomberg has reported on the extensive wealth accumulated by these descendants via their roles in various public and private companies.


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Rockefeller's China: the communist powerhouse


Despite the tens of millions of deaths from Yale offshoot educated Chairman Mao's 'great leap forward' (their great reset to a collectivist farming system) David Rockefeller travelled to China in order to transform its economy into a testbed of the illuminati's planned for technocracy. David sung the praises of the communist country:


The Sabotage of 'Capitalism'


I'm going to make a prediction. We are going to hear more and more people in the corporate media saying that 'capitalism' has 'failed'. We are going to hear more and more people make a case for a more top-down, command and control economy such as there is in communist china in order to solve all he problems that will also be blamed on 'capitalism'.


So why do i put capitalism in apostrophes? I do this because as previous posts in this thread explain we don't live in a capitalist society. Banks would not be bailed out in a capitalist society: they would be allowed to fail and their investors would have to see the debts written down to the ability to pay. What we live in is what Prof Sutton called CORPORATE SOCIALISM and the powerful oligarchs behind all those mega-corporations are COLLECTIVISTS who funded the rise of both the collectivist bolsheviks in russia AND the collectivist nazis in germany which then set up a hegelian dialectic conflict out of which they could present their pre-prepared solution: world government in the form of the United Nations, the World Bank and the IMF.


In 2008 we saw a 'global credit crunch' after government regulators stayed silent whilst the banks sold sub-prime mortgages to some of the poorest people in society before then bundling up those risky investments into 'derivatives' which the bankers own rating agencies then gave a triple A rating to which is a stamp of approval. Those ticking time bomb derivatives were then sold around the global market. Once the fed rose interest rates the poor mortgage borrowers could not afford to make their monthly payments and began to default causing those derivatives made up of bundles of the dodgy mortgages implode causing banking failures around the world. What was the punishment for those irresponsible bankers who had created those dodgy mortgages and then bundled them into derivatives? Did they go to prison? No of course not! Instead the bankers got their bonuses and the government used taxpayers money to 'bail-out' the banks thereby sending a signal to all bankers that criminal failure would be permitted, propped up and even rewarded by the government.


The central banks themselves are in fact a partnership between cartels of private banks including the rockefeller chase manhatten bank (now JP Morgan Chase) and the US treasury and what did Mussolini call a merger of corporations and government: FASCISM.


However before we get too distracted by the word 'fascism' lets remember that those same bankers including jacob schiff funded the communist bolsheviks. Prof Sutton wrote a paper that saw him thrown out of the montpelerin society which outlined how the western corporatocracy had in fact given the communist soviet in russia technology and know-how to boost its economy into a powerhouse which then led to the 'cold war' with the west that saw the weapons manufacturing side of the corporatocracy boom.


But those same banksters such as the rockefellers (I refer to them collectively as 'the rothschild cabal' due to the centrality of the rothschild family in that network or as the 'illuminati' which is more of a reference to their occult lurianic kabbalist core) then did exactly the same with China by pumping money, technology and know-how into china to turn it into a powerhouse rival of the US.


So are they once again trying to create a kind of cold war 2.0 to see weapons manufacturing boom (certainly huge expenditures are being announced on the military budget both sides of the pond) or are the banksters going for something even more ambitious this time aka the fourth industrial revolution ('great reset')?


This great reset would see 'the west' being transitioned to the model that the banksters trialled in china, which is to say a top-down, two tier, neo-fuedal model. There are already some voices out there saying that 'capitalism' has lead to 'inequality' which of course then draws support from all the have-nots as there is UNDENIABLY terrible inequality in the world right now. But the question is whether that inequality came through the failing of 'capitalism' or whether it has been engineered that way by the central banksters who ALWAYS wanted to create a global, top-down society. in order to achieve that they had to destroy anything else that might operate independently of that and they have to demonise other ways of living whilst trying to set up an exemplar of their own vision for the world which they can then sell to the global population.


So i think we will see more and more people in the bankster owned media trying to portray china as the exemplar of the new way of living and they will cite rising standards of living in china as the major plus whilst pointing to all the problems and the crashing economy in the west as examples of how 'capitalism' has failed. lets also pause for a moment to reflect on the 'culture war' which is really just more of the banksters sabotage of the west as they deliberately fund eg through george soros's 'open society' institute all kinds of woke causes aimed at driving down societal and familial cohesion in the west alongside an erosion of morality whilst in china those things are being protected by the all powerful state.


The west will increasingly be portrayed as a moral failure with its satanic pop music performances and its drag queen story hours whilst china and russia will be portrayed as bastions of morality. The west will be demonised for the aggressive militarism abroad of the corporatocracy's military industrial complex whilst China will be portrayed as a benevolent business partner to the third world. I'm not arguing for war with China but what i think we will see is an ongoing sabotage of america (and the wider west) from without (through the conflict with russia and china) and from within (through the actions of the central banksters and their funding of the woke agenda through George Soros's Open Society Institute and their sabotage of the economy). Meanwhile China is flooding military aged men over the southern border of the US to be used for some as yet undisclosed purpose. Already what appear to be acts of sabotage against the american transport system and energy grid seem to be occuring for example the train derailment in ohio along with the lighting of the spilled chemicals to create a toxic dioxin cloud.


The food production and energy flows of the west are clearly being dismantled from within by the biden regime and others to accelerate the collapse of the west and it will all be blamed on 'capitalism' so that the banksters can step in as the saviours with their pre-prepared solution of digital currencies, digital ID's, smart 15 minute cities, social credit scores, facial recognition and the other methods of control they have been perfecting in china.

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On 3/12/2023 at 2:11 PM, Macnamara said:


so at the moment we have a bank collapse in america which is leading to concerns of contagion


they are worried that come monday people in other banks who have deposits over the $250,000 that is protected by the US state will go to their banks and withdraw their money and create a 'run on the bank' where banks cannot pay out all the money as they don't actually have that money on deposit.


So one possible outcome here is that come monday they declare a 'bank holiday' and shut down all the banks to prevent people from making withdrawels. Then as the public purse can't handle further 'bail-outs' to rescue banks they could turn to 'bail-ins' where they take a 'haircut' ie a percentage off peoples bank deposits above a certain amount


so for example when they did this in cyprus i think they took a percentage off any amount in someones account that was above £100,000


Meanwhile the banks were closed and people were restricted to only being able to make small, daily withdrawels from ATM's for amounts of say £50 a day to cover essentials


So this could be the big one that we have spoken about since 2008


Probably an idea to have some cash outside of your bank and if you can some silver coins, not to mention pursuing guerrilla farming which involves using any available space to grow your own food. Potatoes are the easiest thing to grow and if you get roughly ten potatoes back for each one you plant then you can eat some of those whilst replanting the rest thereby growing your supply even if the wider supply has broken down.

'This is the perfect storm': Rich Dad, Poor Dad author who tipped Lehman Brothers collapse predicts Credit Suisse to be next major bank failure and warns of 'serious trouble' for U.S. bond market

  • Robert Kiyosaki - author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, infamously called the 2008 Lehman Brothers' collapse, which deepened the financial crisis of the time 
  • He predicted the next bank to fold is Credit Suisse as the bond market crashes 

By Claudia Aoraha, Senior Reporter For Dailymail.Com

Published: 06:00 GMT, 14 March 2023 | Updated: 07:19 GMT, 14 March 2023

A Wall Street expert who accurately predicted the 2008 Lehman Brothers' collapse has revealed which bank he believes is set to go under next.

In the wake of Silicon Valley Bank's disastrous plummet, Robert Kiyosaki predicted the next bank to fold is Credit Suisse as the volatile bond market crashes.

He made the prediction just hours before Credit Suisse itself admitted it has a 'material weakness' as the cost of insuring its bonds from defaulting reached the highest level since the bank's creation.


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Spirit Lights


The poster muir posted about spirit lines but the post was lost in the hack. With all this talk of 'UFO's' maybe it is time to resurrect that post as best as i can from memory:


In 1978, [Maurice] Strong bought the Colorado Land & Cattle Company, which owned 200,000 acres of San Luis Valley in Colorado, from Saudi arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi.7 A mystic had informed Maurice and his wife Hanne, that the ranch, which they call “the Baca”, “would become the center for a new planetary order which would evolve from the economic collapse and environmental catastrophes that would sweep the globe in the years to come.” The Strongs say they regard the Baca, which they also refer to as “The Valley Of the Refuge Of World Truths”, as the paradigm for the entire planet. The first groups to join the Strongs in setting up operations at the desert site were the Aspen Institute and the Lindisfarne Association. The Baca is replete with monasteries, and Ashram, Vedic temple, Native American shamans, Hindu temple, ziggurat, and subterranean Zen Buddhist center. Shirley MacLaine’s astrologer told her to move to the Baca, and she did. She is building a New Age study center there where people can take short week-long courses on the occult. Another of Strong’s friends, Najeeb Halaby, a CFR member, former chairman of Pan American, and father of the Queen of Jordan, wife to Freemason King Hussein, has built an Islamic ziggurat at the Baca. Apparently, the Kissingers, the Rockefellers, the McNamaras, the Rothschilds also make their pilgrimage to the Baca.8Few areas in the US are as rife in paranormal activity as Baca. The modern history of unexplained occurrences began in the 1950s when green fireballs were reportedly seen by thousands, and even before that were rashes of “UFOs” that sound like what the Natives called “spirit lights.” So frequent are such reports in the valley that a UFO “watchtower” was erected. “From the fall of 1966 through the spring of 1970 there were hundreds of unidentified flying object sightings and many of the first documented cases of unusual animal deaths ever reported,” notes Christopher Obrien, in The Mysterious Valley, a website dedicated to a study of the strange occurrences and sightings in the region. “During peak “UFO” sighting waves in the late 1960s dozens of cars would literally “line the roads” watching the amazing aerial displays of unknown lights as they cavorted around the sky above the Great Sand Dunes/Dry Lakes area.”9An interview, titled The Wizard Of the Baca Grande, which Maurice Strong conducted with West magazine of Alberta, Canada, in May 1990, he provides details which elucidate the reasons behind the Illuminati’s support of the environmental movement. Strong concluded with a disturbing apocalyptic scenario he would to include in a novel he says he would like to write:


Each year the World Economic Forum convenes in Davos, Switzerland. Over a thousand CEOs, prime ministers, finance ministers, and leading academics gather in February to attend meetings and set the economic agendas for the year ahead. What if a small group of these word leaders were to conclude that the principle risk to the earth comes from the actions of the rich countries? And if the world is to survive, those rich countries would have to sign an agreement reducing their impact on the environment. Will they do it? Will the rich countries agree to reduce their impact on the environment? Will they agree to save the earth? The group’s conclusion is “no.” The rich countries won’t do it. They won’t change. So, in order to save the planet, the group decides: isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about? This group of world leaders form a secret society to bring about a world collapse. It’s February. They’re all at Davos. These aren’t terrorists – they’re world leaders. They have positioned themselves in the world’s commodity and stock markets. They’ve engineered, using their access to stock exchanges, and computers, and gold supplies, a panic. Then they prevent the markets from closing. They jam the gears. They have mercenaries who hold the rest of the world leaders at Davos as hostage. The markets can’t close. The rich countries...?” and Strong makes a slight motion with his fingers as if he were flicking a cigarette butt out of the window.

-Terrorism and the Illuminati by David Livingston


Spirit Lines and ghost paths

the universal concept of straight spirit flight


The belief in straight spirit travel is global. German death roads may not have been straight, but Geisterwege  'ghost roads' most certainly are. German folklore records that ghost roads always run straight over mountains and valleys and through marshes and start and end at cemeteries. Elsewhere in Germany tradition recalls other straight spirit paths such as the leichenflugbahn or 'flightpath of the corpses' in east prussia, where in certain nights the dead from the cemeteries situated at either end of the line travel to visit one another. Houses built on the line regularly suffer damage on the nights when the spirits fly.

Halfway across the world the Kogi Indians, descendants of the extinct Tairona culture, tend the ruins of great cities in the jungle reaches of santa marta. Straight stone causeways link the cities as do other invisible spirit roads. The kogi shamans when in trance regularly travel along these invisible routes. Their courses are preserved in linear markings on a standing stone in one of their villages.

-Leys by Danny Sullivan


The New Age Movement...co-opted or an outgrowth from the freemasonic fabian society from the beginning? (i'm not saying its all bad....just calling for people, to be streetwise)

Barbara Malthusian Hubbard: From Limits to Growth to UN Agenda 2030

For decades, New Age guru Barbara Marx Hubbard preached a futurist gospel of “conscious evolution” guided by “love and light.” Yet, at the same time, in stark contrast, Hubbard also touted Malthusian population control. If Hubbard called for the human population to be culled, then how could she have genuinely floated her dreams of conscious evolution sincerely upon the “self-actualization” mantras of the Human Potential Movement or the “co-creation” ethos of her New Age homilies?

While Hubbard’s advocacy for population control contradicts the benevolent rhetoric of her New Age spiritualism, her Malthusianism cohesively aligns with her championing of transhumanism. As I historicized in a previous article entitled Barbara Marx Hubbard: Godmother of Transhumanism and Synthetic Spirituality, transhumanism was conceptualized by Julian Huxley as the second phase of eugenics, which would artificially enhance Darwinian evolution by merging human biology with machines. In fact, according to Darwin’s autobiography, his theory of evolution by natural selection, which inspired his cousin Francis Galton to develop the pseudo-science of eugenics, was conceived as the biological consequence of growing populations competing for limited resources in a Malthusian ecology:

“I [Darwin] happened to read for amusement ‘Malthus on Population,’ and being well prepared to appreciate the struggle for existence which everywhere goes on from long continued observation of the habits of animals and plants, it at once struck me that under these circumstances favourable variations would tend to be preserved, and unfavourable ones to be destroyed.  The result of this would be the formation of new species. Here then I had at last got a theory by which to work.”

In brief, Malthusianism is the bedrock of Darwinism, which is the foundation of eugenics, which is the cornerstone of transhumanism. Put another way, transhumanism encompasses both the Malthusian-sustainable control of population quantity and the Darwinian-eugenic control of population quality by means of technocracy.


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The Sabotage of 'Capitalism'


I'm not a full-blown Capitalist because the number one thing for is always tribe and social cohesion for me, and I put tribe before profit. I don't think the left are totally wrong about the issue with putting people before profit, I just think they're solutions are totally stupid. I think you're right about the flavour of Capitalism that we have though. I guess where I often see things through a cultural lense, I'll often rant about woke capital, but I agree that the corporatism element is bad too.


That being said, even though they're both materialistic to me, I obviously much prefer Capitalism than Communism, but obviously with regulation that's in consonance with the people.


I like the phrase the 'sabotage of Capitalism' though, and you could probably say the sabotage of Occidental values too.


They're setting the West up to be the scapegoat in my opinion, so people will want a new "solution". Maybe it's because I have grown up with an Abrahamic mindset, but a lot of things just look too comical to me. I don't think the Antichrist or Antichrist ideology will come with cartoonish GRAMMY performances. Antichrist ideology will likely be based on deception, and if there is an Antichrist figure, he will deceive most people. He or it (if it's AI) will probably be a slippery bastard, not someone that pushes obvious cringe that even most normies don't like. I know people in the conspiracy theorist community like to say people are sheep, normies, or NPCs, but there's many out there that probably just feel beaten down and demoralized, and they comply with what they know is a corrupt system, and say "well, what can I do about it?". Abrahamic ideology is an ideology of the East, and one that talks about destroying the West before it can bring in a false saviour, so it would make sense that the West is some kind of decoy sacrificial NWO.


I think we'll just see more and more conflicts, pharma shenanigans, cultural issues, etc, and then someone or something will come and say enough of the old system and offer a new new. That's probably where the mark will come in, to crackdown on global terror, and nation states will be a thing of the past. We will just be carved up into blocks like on the Bunting map or in 1984.

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The pivot to china

The UK's strategic options: Belt and Road

11 march 2021

Eyck Freymann


How could the UK respond to One Belt One Road (OBOR)?

Executive summary

China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR), also known as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is both a foreign investment program and a political campaign to build a regional and global order with Chinese characteristics. Within OBOR’s loose, informal framework, foreign leaders make symbolic gestures to welcome China’s rise. In return, they get investments and political favors that match their usefulness and submissiveness to China. The Trump administration called OBOR “predatory,” but it failed to grasp that OBOR offers an attractive value proposition to partner countries. China has paused most overseas lending during the pandemic. But, as U.S.–China relations sour, OBOR is likely to revive. Over the next decade, it could evolve and consolidate into a Chinese-led geopolitical and technological bloc. Washington will eventually pressure the UK to take sides against OBOR. The UK must therefore review its hierarchy of national interests and consider how they may diverge from the United States’. This report corrects some common myths about OBOR, analyzes how OBOR touches UK national interests, and considers three strategic options: “Contain and Undermine,” “Hedge,” and “Join and Balance.” Each strategic option entails risks and painful trade-offs. It does not make a recommendation; that is for the British people to decide.


Sunak Takes Nuanced Approach to China Threat in UK Defense Plan

  • UK premier faces down Conservative hawks on Beijing threat
  • Sunak announces £5 billon for two-year UK defense budget
12 March 2023 at 22:30 GMT

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will face down critics in his ruling Conservative Party who have called on him to denounce China as a strategic threat to the UK’s security, instead offering a more nuanced approach to relations with Beijing as he sets out the nation’s foreign policy priorities. 

Sunak’s predecessor Liz Truss had intended to designate China a strategic threat in an update to the UK’s so-called Integrated Review, or IR, of defense and security. After economic turmoil led to an abrupt end to her tenure, Sunak — more emollient in approach — took a fresh look at the strategy and came to a different conclusion about the threat.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2023-03-12/sunak-takes-nuanced-approach-to-china-threat-in-uk-defense-plan?leadSource=uverify wall

Would-Be British PM Rishi Sunak – WEF Front Man

Former British finance minister Rishi Sunak – a frontrunner to become Britain’s next Prime Minister – has family ties to a technology partner of the World Economic Forum that has advocated for a Chinese Communist Party-style economy complete with trackable, digital identities and currency.

Sunak, who topped the second round of voting by Conservative Members of Parliament (MP) in the Tory leadership race on July 15th following Boris Johnson’s resignation, is widely considered the “neoliberal” or “globalist” candidate.

The father of Sunak’s wife Akshata Murthy is the founder of Infosys, an Indian information technology company that provides services to a host of Fortune 500 companies and banks. One of the company’s leading services is Finacle, a digital banking platform. Murthy remains a foreign citizen with “non dom” i.e. non UK tax-paying status despite her husband’s work as Britain’s most senior finance chief, and expectation of becoming Prime Minister.

Infosys is listed as an official partner of the World Economic Forum (WEF), which has been accused of seeking to develop the technological infrastructure to implement a global “social credit score” system.

Social credit scores have been used by authoritarian regimes to deny rights and restrict the movements of individuals who fail to comply with diktats. For the World Economic Forum, social credit priorities would likely focus on left-wing social issues like climate change, diversity, and equity.

Klaus Schwab’s Candidate.

Far from being a silent partner, InfoSys has earned praise from the WEF, being dubbed a “global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting.”

“With three decades of experience in managing the systems and workings of global enterprises, it steers clients through their digital journey by enabling them with an artificial intelligence-powered core that helps prioritize the execution of change…”
– WEF on the Sunak-linked InfoSys

Several Infosys executives have also contributed articles to the WEF website, including the company’s Global Head, President, and Chief Compliance Officer.

Infosys President Mohit Joshi has penned articles for the site in favor of digital banking, which provides the technological framework for the “social credit score” system the WEF has come under scrutiny for attempting to effectuate across the world.

Joshi echoes these sentiments in an article for the WEF from August 2020: “Why it’s time to take central banks’ digital currencies seriously.”

“What is clear is that the crisis of COVID-19 presents many challenges – but also a unique opportunity to rethink how money is managed and used in our society,” he asks.

“There also credible concerns that paper money can transmit the virus,” he claimed before asking:

“Who then can blame the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) when it announced in February that it would be destroying cash collected in high-risk environments, such as public transport, markets or in hospitals?”

“Digital currencies could remove the cumbersome operational and security apparatus which surround conventional forms of money transmission,” continues his article, before claiming “there are political and social benefits as well.”

China’s Candidate.

“The potential for China here is immense. If the e-RMB is adopted broadly as a system to streamline trade and reduce risk, China could become the world’s trade banker, as well as its factory. Yet the bigger goal for China is actually more local, and relates to financial inclusion. Digitising the RMB will grant access to financial services to hundreds of millions of citizens, including some of the most disadvantaged. This benefit is something that can be applied to any country across the world,” continues the article, which also revealed that Infosys is contributing to digitization efforts.

Another op-ed by Joshi – “Digital identity can help advance inclusive financial services” – advocates for granting every person a “unique digital identity” to conduct financial transactions. He points to the Chinese Communist Party as a successful example of this policy:

“The Chinese government in Zhejiang Province has developed an “enterprise digital code” for just this purpose, responding to small and mediums banks (SMBs) with easy-to-access financial resources. MYBank, a subsidiary of Ant Financial, the Chinese Big Tech firm, collaborates with the Chinese government through this scheme to provide cheap loans and other financial products to SMBs.”

He also calls for the creation of a “digital stability board” to regulate all payments.

“This “digital stability board” would give members the platform to share best practices and monitor risks in digital commerce and health care, for instance. With this board in place, data trusts could be built to manage individuals’ and SMBs’ data,” he explains.

Infosys is also a member of the WEF’s Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI), which includes cross-industry representatives from the world’s largest corporations. The National Pulse recently exposed how the initiative, which purports to fight for transparency in business practices, is the former CEO of Reuters who now serves as a board member at COVID-19 vaccine maker Pfizer.

Its leaders are also involved with different WEF sub-groups, such as the Global Head of Sustainability and Design Consulting Services Corey Glickman, who is a member of the WEF Pioneer Cities working group.

Sunak himself has a history of being soft on China, telling the Telegraph that he wanted a “complete sea change” in relations with the Chinese Communist Party in favor of increased trade ties and economic collaboration. China, in turn, has endorsed Sunak’s candidacy.


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Rockefeller family's connection with China

The life of David Rockefeller also witnessed the Rockefeller Foundation's century-long connection with China that saw investments in China's science, medicine, and higher education.

The Rockefeller Foundation entered China in early 20th century when the West was moving toward modern ideals of evidence-based medicine.

It also introduced the US Johns Hopkins model to the Peking Union Medical College Hospital.

David Rockefeller visited China and met late Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai in 1973. In 1979, the Rockefeller Foundation came to China to reprise its historic roles, bringing resources to rebuild China's medical infrastructure and revitalize its life sciences, and to link China with global scientific networks.

WHO pushes for a One World Government by issuing guidance to national parliamentarians

Yesterday, World Health Organisation Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced “with great pleasure” a joint project of the IPU Parliament and WHO, “which can guide parliamentarians along the path towards health for all, including on law-making, finance, taxation and accountability.”

A few days ago, we published an article warning that the World Health Organisation (“WHO”) aims to begin installing a One World Government under the guise of global health security.  If you didn’t believe us then, this latest development should convince you now.

We are very glad to launch the new Universal Health Coverage handbook, a joint project of the @IPUparliament and @WHO, which can guide parliamentarians along the path towards #HealthForAll, including on law-making, finance, taxation and accountability. #IPU146 pic.twitter.com/2DOPJw3KTN

— Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros) March 12, 2023

Especially troubling is the convergence of these initiatives with measures promoted by WHO to institute global digital identity cards to document and monitor vaccination status and other medical conditions. When combined with the proliferating introduction of central bank digital currencies (“CBDCs”), these “smart” IDs would facilitate efforts to monitor, control and enforce WHO’s diktats, and punish those who defy them.

Below is an easy-to-digest webinar describing the WEF-WHO-CCP power grab and the imminent threat to our country and our sovereignty.  The webinar, hosted by the Committee on the Present Danger: China, covers the nature of WHO, the CCP as the dominant force at WHO and the consequences of the adoption of the China model.  A copy of the transcript can be found HERE.


How does China wield influence in the World Health Organization—and other international organizations?

May 4, 2020 Yu-Jie Chen

Given the recent controversies with the World Health Organization (WHO) and China, people have been wondering about China’s influence over the world’s health body. My colleague Jerry Cohen and I have written about the WHO’s exclusion of Taiwan despite Taiwan’s extraordinary success in containing Covid-19 (op-ed here) and Trump’s attack on the WHO for being “China-centric” and his ill-considered decision to freeze the U.S. funding to the organization (here). This blog post only focuses on how Beijing wields influence in the WHO, including its ability to block Taiwan’s participation despite the support of the United States and other democracies for including Taiwan in the WHO’s efforts.

People may assume that money buys influence. If so, they would be surprised to find out that Beijing’s contribution to the WHO is actually quite paltry compared to other donors. Although China has just announced an additional $30 million grant for the WHO after Trump halted funding to the organization, that’s still a small number relative to the WHO’s budget of over $ 4 billion in 2020.

So how does China exert influence in the WHO—and, more broadly, other international organizations? To answer this, we must look at the group dynamics that Beijing has been able to mobilize among other member states. Generally speaking, China—which claims to represent the interests of the global South (much of which relies on economic relations with China)—has consistently and carefully cooperated and coordinated with authoritarian governments and developing countries to ensure that important policy decisions, including the selection of leadership, in international organizations are made in line with China’s favored outcomes.

For the WHO leadership, the Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus won the 2017 election with 133 votes out of 186, thanks to the backing of China as well as the African Union and countries in the Pacific and the Caribbean. Beijing reportedly “worked tirelessly behind the scenes to help Tedros defeat the United Kingdom candidate (Dr. David Nabarro) for the WHO job.” This is a textbook case of how China exercises its influences to select a favored candidate.

There are similar group dynamics in other international organizations. In the Human Rights Council, for instance, Beijing has formed an influential alliance with the so-called “Like-Minded Countries”—a voting bloc often including China, Cuba, Egypt, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia and many others. Beijing has used this coalition to outvote democracies in the Human Rights Council and block decisions it disfavors, often in order to weaken international human rights norms and institutions. This kind of tribal politics is further entrenching the global North-South divide and is detrimental to the international system. I have a 2019 article that discusses this in more detail: China’s Challenge to the International Human Rights Regime, NYU Journal of International Law and Politics, Vol. 51, pp. 1179-1222 (2019). Andrea Worden has also written about this topic; read her latest article on this here.

Of course, politics, lobbying and alliance are nothing new in international organizations. It is not unusual for major powers to try to shape the international system in their favor. But there are limits. To state the obvious, states should not privatize international organizations for their own benefit. And international organizations should be allowed to fulfill their mission to serve the public interest, rather than serve only the influential. Need I say more?



The Rockefeller Medicine


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ESG's: a social credit score system for corporations to whip them into line with political correctness

How Did We Get Here: The Coming Standardization for Policy Implementation of ESG

March 12, 2023

By Kimberlee Josephson

The acronym ESG (representing environmental, social, and governance criteria for investment and business metrics) gained mainstream attention in 2020, and has since been political fodder for those wishing to weigh in on wokewashing matters.

In 1986, the Declaration on the Right to Development (RtD) was put forth by the UN Commission for Human Rights, and it proclaimed RtD to be “an inalienable human right by virtue of which every human person and all peoples are entitled to participate in, contribute to and enjoy economic, social, cultural and political development.” In conjunction with RtD, the concept of a New International Economic Order (NIEO) emerged, positing that an economic foundation was a necessary factor for safeguarding human rights.

Taken together, the RtD and NIEO concepts created a call to action for the financial sector to play its part in global affairs. Development, after all, doesn’t come free. As such, the curtailing of investments, as well as the attainment of financial assistance, became a core focus for the UN shortly thereafter.

Throughout the 1990s, earmarked contributions became not only acceptable but encouraged, and from 1994 to 2009 contributions to UN operational activities by private actors increased by over 200 percent. Pressure for the private sector to further contribute toward developmental and environmental matters is now considered common practice. It is worth noting that in 2018, over $12 trillion worth of investment funds were contingent on companies’ meeting certain environmental, social, and governance (ESG) standards.

In 1997, in consultation with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) was founded as the world’s first corporate sustainability reporting framework for tracking and reporting ESG. In relation to the GRI, the UN’s Finance Initiative, operating under the UNEP promoted throughout the early 2000s, led to the development of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI). The PRI officially launched in 2005 and had a ripple effect leading to the creation of the Principles for Sustainable Insurance (PSI) in 2012, and the Principles for Responsible Banking (PRB) in 2019 — all of which call upon firms to incorporate ESG in their financial valuations.

Who Is In Involved

As of 2022, the PRI has 5,179 fee-paying signatories who claim to adhere to ESG metrics and the GRI is now the top framework employed for ESG reporting. And although ESG rating and reporting services can be quite costly, it is a price that seemingly must be paid.

Currently, 90 percent of S&P 500 firms engage in ESG disclosures and, according to Deloitte, more than half of all managed investment assets will be ESG-mandated by 2024.


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On 3/14/2023 at 9:42 AM, Macnamara said:

The Sabotage of 'Capitalism'

lets also pause for a moment to reflect on the 'culture war' which is really just more of the banksters sabotage of the west as they deliberately fund eg through george soros's 'open society' institute all kinds of woke causes aimed at driving down societal and familial cohesion in the west alongside an erosion of morality whilst in china those things are being protected by the all powerful state.

REPORT: The Black Lives Matter Movement Has Recieved a Stunning $82 Billion From Corporations

According to recent research, the Black Lives Matter movement and relatd organizations have recieved almost $83 billion in donations from corporations.

Where has all of this money gone? We know that the leaders of the movement live lavishly and have used money donated to the movement to buy luxurious homes. Who else has been helped by these donations?

As the article linked below points out, $82 billion is more than the GDP of many countries.

From Breitbart News:

Black Lives Matter Movement Received Nearly $83 Billion from Corporations

The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and related causes received an astonishing $82.9 billion from corporations, a new funding database from the Claremont Institute has found.

The Claremont Institute’s Center for the American Way of Life explained the necessity of their report in an article published in Newsweek, where the Center asserted that the 2020 BLM movement was about more than just “rioting and destruction.”…

“As a point of reference, $82.9 billion is more than the GDP of 46 African countries. In 2022, the Ford Motor Company’s profits were $23 billion,” they also noted. The sum of $82.9 million includes “more than $123 million to the BLM parent organizations directly,” as well as much more to other organizations supporting BLM’s agenda.

The list reveals that several popular corporations from a wide range of different industries supplied the movement with large sums of cash. Walmart, for example, which is based in Arkansas, gave a whopping $100 million in support of BLM and related causes focusing on “racial equity.” Amazon gave even more, supplying the movement with an astonishing $169.5 million. Silicon Valley Bank gave the movement $73.45 million.

Meanwhile, the pharmaceutical company Abbvie gave the movement over $62 million in funding. Allstate gave $7.7 million to the cause and American Express gave $50 million. Apple gave $100 million while AT&T gave $21.5 million. The movement and its causes received another $90 million from Nike.

Again, where is the money? Where did it go?


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2 hours ago, Macnamara said:

According to recent research, the Black Lives Matter movement and relatd organizations have recieved almost $83 billion in donations from corporations. 


Again, where is the money? Where did it go?


Surely they don't still want reparations on top of all that money. 

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15 hours ago, Campion said:

Surely they don't still want reparations on top of all that money. 


It's looking like there may be some money laundering going on through BLM in the same way that it was through bankman fried's company with the democrats at the centre of it. It all looks like a load of marxist skullduggery. There's money flowing through SVB to marxist black lives matter and also large amounts of money going to israeli tech companies and so many israeli tech start-ups are really just an extension of israeli military intelligence as they are invariably set up by ex-Unit 8200 members.

REVEALED: Woke Silicon Valley Bank donated over $73 MILLION to Black Lives Matter-related social justice groups before it collapsed - while failed Signature Bank gave $850,000

By Melissa Koenig For Dailymail.Com

Published: 14:52 GMT, 15 March 2023 | Updated: 08:47 GMT, 16 March 2023


The black lives matter leaders seem to be getting rewarded for their part in it all:

BLM co-founder Patrice Cullors chairs 'dark money' non-profit that received $2.5m from woke Silicon Valley fund whose previous donors include Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings, Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey

  • A 'dark money' nonprofit run by one of Black Lives Matter 's founders received $2.5mil in donations from a Silicon Valley foundation in 2020, tax filings show
  • Tax forms show that Dignity and Power Now - an LA-based agency headed by BLM cofounder Patrisse Cullors - secured $4.2mil in donations in 2020
  • The bulk of that sum coming from the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a multibillion-dollar fund based in the Bay Area
  • The firm, which bills itself as 'a donor-advised community foundation serving the Silicon Valley region,' received $2.1 billion in contributions in 2020 alone

By Alex Hammer For Dailymail.Com

Published: 17:45 GMT, 6 May 2022 | Updated: 18:31 GMT, 6 May 2022


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On 3/11/2023 at 7:41 PM, Macnamara said:


the daily mail is running a story at the moment about how in 2016 the council in sheffield chopped down over 5000 mature trees and intended to chop down many more. The police banged on folks doors at 5am in the morning telling them to move their cars so that the felling could begin. Anyone who complained was then carted off to the police station for upto 8 hours. The story kinda paints the whole thing as some sort of bureaucratic lunacy on the part of the labour run council but what they don't say is that the reasons the trees were felled is to prepare for the roll out of 5G because the frequency of microwaves used by 5G cannot travel through trees well:

Police raids at 5am, pensioners handcuffed and held for eight hours and false accusations of poisoning tea: GUY ADAMS investigates the devastating impact of Labour-run Sheffield council's totally nonsensical axing of thousands of trees

  • Sheffield City Council abandoned the plan in 2018, with 5,600 trees removed
  • The council spent £300,000 trying to stop local demonstrations against the plan

By Guy Adams

Published: 22:00 GMT, 10 March 2023 | Updated: 07:51 GMT, 11 March 2023



More trees being felled around britain to make way for 5G which requires thousands of small substations placed at regular intervals down every single street. Trees block the microwave frequencies of 5G so the very same authorities that tell us that CO2 is the gravest danger facing our planet are felling thousands of trees that convert CO2 to oxygen....

Why ARE so many trees being chopped down? Fury at plans to fell 61 to make way for dual carriageway in Northamptonshire in ANOTHER row a day after nearly 100 were axed in Plymouth

  • Residents have reacted furiously to trees being felled in Northamptonshire
  • It comes after more than 100 trees were cut down for a project in Plymouth 

By Alastair Lockhart

Published: 10:23 GMT, 16 March 2023 | Updated: 12:36 GMT, 16 March 2023

Another row over the chopping down of trees has been sparked amid controversial plans to fell 61 to build a new dual carriageway 

Members of North Northamptonshire Council said they were not told by developers Vistry of the true extent of the felling in Wellingborough until a site inspection on February 9 - just ten days before work was set to begin.

Despite protests from residents who argued that an active Tree Protection Order was in place, 15 were cut down before work was paused last Thursday March 2. 



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On 3/14/2023 at 11:09 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

I'm not a full-blown Capitalist because the number one thing for is always tribe and social cohesion for me, and I put tribe before profit. I don't think the left are totally wrong about the issue with putting people before profit, I just think they're solutions are totally stupid. I think you're right about the flavour of Capitalism that we have though. I guess where I often see things through a cultural lense, I'll often rant about woke capital, but I agree that the corporatism element is bad too.


That being said, even though they're both materialistic to me, I obviously much prefer Capitalism than Communism, but obviously with regulation that's in consonance with the people.


A great summary EW. In any case, real wealth is in things like tribe, family, land, skills of the people and social cohesion. 

The problem I have with this debate over capitalism vs communism (or private vs public) is that it's simplistically black and white, as if one is always better than the other. But surely it depends on the context and they both have pros and cons, so we need to play to the strengths of both. Some institutions need state control (eg the army), and even inside a private company they rely on a sense of teamwork to succeed). On the other hand, getting people motivated and bringing out their talents, initiative and responsibility helps with a bit of private enterprise. 

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On 3/14/2023 at 11:09 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

I don't think the left are totally wrong about the issue with putting people before profit, I just think they're solutions are totally stupid. I think you're right about the flavour of Capitalism


Made some typos, I meant to say.


*I don't think the left are totally wrong about the issue with putting profit before people, I just think their solutions are totally stupid.*


I think people got my point though.


My fear is that they're mixing the worst corparitist elements of capitalism with communism with this stakeholder capitalism push.  It could explain why some call it fascism and why others call it communism. Mussolini's flavour of fascism has more in common with communism than nazism does too.

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22 hours ago, Campion said:

The problem I have with this debate over capitalism vs communism


its a false debate as we don't have 'capitalism' at the moment. What we have is oligarch controlled CORPORATE SOCIALISM which wants to move us all into a TECHNOCRACY


The idea of 'capitalism' v's communism was a phoney war in which the oligarchs controlled both sides. They did not allow real capitalism as they created monopolies, central banks and banking bailouts. At best you could call it STATE-capitalism. So they have created a horror show which they continue to sabotage so as to convince people that we need a reset which they will of course control

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On 3/14/2023 at 9:42 AM, Macnamara said:

The Sabotage of 'Capitalism'

 Already what appear to be acts of sabotage against the american transport system and energy grid seem to be occuring for example the train derailment in ohio along with the lighting of the spilled chemicals to create a toxic dioxin cloud.

The food production and energy flows of the west are clearly being dismantled from within by the biden regime and others to accelerate the collapse of the west and it will all be blamed on 'capitalism' so that the banksters can step in as the saviours with their pre-prepared solution of digital currencies, digital ID's, smart 15 minute cities, social credit scores, facial recognition and the other methods of control they have been perfecting in china.

Multiple Minnesota Agencies Monitor Nuclear Plant After Over 400,000 Gallons of Radioactive Water Has Leaked Since Last Year

The Xcel Energy Monticello Nuclear plant is being closely monitored by the Minnesota Department of Health and other state agencies due to the leak of over 400,000 gallons of water containing radioactive water and chemicals into the ground at the site.




Leftist Politician Fined for Faking Neo-Nazi Hate Crimes Against Himself

by tts-admin | Mar 18, 2023


Peter Caddle – Breibart March 17, 2023

A politician for Germany’s left-wing Green party has been fined $3,800 for faking neo-nazi hate crimes against himself.

Manoj Jansen, a former councillor for the German Greens, was handed a €3,600 (~$3,814) fine by a court in Germany on Wednesday after it was found that he had faked a number of neo-nazi hate crimes against himself.

Jansen had claimed that he was the victim of repeated far-right attacks and hate crimes, with the politician reportedly having his property vandalised and emblazoned with swastikas and SS runes by suspected neo-nazis.

However, authorities came to the conclusion that the immigration-heritage leftist politician had likely faked the alleged hate incidents last September, with some local publications have since reported that at least one of the swastikas said to have been painted onto Jansen’s car were the wrong way around.


Michigan beef found to contain dangerous levels of ‘forever chemicals’

Fri 11 Feb 2022 11.00 GMT

Contamination at a small farm discovered after sewage sludge was tested for PFAS, but officials downplayed incident as ‘isolated’

Cattle from a small south-east Michigan farm that sold beef to schools and at farmers’ markets in the state have been found to contain dangerous levels of PFAS, so-called “forever chemicals” that can pose a serious risk to human health.

The news comes after consumer groups in 2019 warned that using PFAS-laden sewage sludge as fertilizer would contaminate dairy, beef, crops and other food products. However, at the time a Michigan agricultural regulator publicly assured the state’s dairy farmers her agency wouldn’t test milk for the toxic chemicals as they didn’t want to inflict economic pain on the $15bn industry, she said.

Now just over two years later, consumer groups say their fears may have come true.

Michigan discovered the contamination because it tests sewage sludge for PFAS more than any other state, but officials have downplayed the incident as “isolated” and for now won’t conduct further testing on livestock, dairy or crops.

“It’s not enough – we need a lot more monitoring of our agriculture to make sure we’re keeping toxic chemicals out of our food supply,” said Christy McGillivray, executive director of Sierra Club of Michigan.

Sludge isn’t the only route PFAS takes into the nation’s food. It’s also found in pesticides, rain, packaging and water used on crops, and testing is increasingly finding the chemicals in vegetables, seafood, meat, dairy and processed foods. Consumer groups say regulators are failing to keep the dangerous compounds out of food, a problem highlighted by the Michigan contamination.

PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, are a class of over 9,000 compounds that are used to make products heat, water and stain resistant. They are dubbed “forever chemicals” because they don’t naturally break down, and they are so effective that they are used in thousands of products across dozens of industries.

The chemicals are also linked to a range of serious health problems like cancer, liver disease, kidney issues, high cholesterol, birth defects and decreased immunity.


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On 3/14/2023 at 10:43 AM, Macnamara said:

The New Age Movement...co-opted or an outgrowth from the freemasonic fabian society from the beginning? (i'm not saying its all bad....just calling for people, to be streetwise)


I've just seen this post, which has triggered a line of thought. I'm researching Druidry and paganism at the moment (long story but I left my church recently and I'm feeling the need for another spiritual home). Anyway, it turns out that some Druid and Wiccan organisations have a three-tier initiation system, which naturally rang a bell about Masonic levels. The neo-Druids date back to the 18th century, and were perhaps modelled on Masonic structures, and maybe not really  pagan as we understand it nowadays, being originally something like a friendly society crossed with the romantic movement. It just put a fly in the ointment, so to speak. And your connecting of the New Age movement with Freemasonry joined up with my thought process. By coincidence I went to a new age fair today, and I'm slightly concerned that it's hard to tell the difference between new age and paganism. I suppose I'm after a spirituality that's grounded here in my cultural roots and landscape, but the new age is so open and porous I'm getting concerned that our local tribal paganism is selling itself out to globalism just like mainstream society. I just hope there's a niche out there somewhere that fits with me. 

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On 3/14/2023 at 12:16 PM, Macnamara said:

The pivot to china

The UK's strategic options: Belt and Road

EXPOSED: CHINESE WORLD ORDER! - Biden Paid By China! - Caught RED-HANDED! - This Is The Great Reset!

Mar 18, 2023

Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent news of receipts seen by the Oversight Committee showing the Biden family had been paid by people connected very closely with the Chinese Communist Party... For years... On top of these shady business dealings, Rep. Jamie Raskin covered up for Biden. This is all due to the fact that the government is purposely collapsing itself to lead the way for China to take over globally. This script has been playing out for a long time. Fake a World War 3 scenario and make it appear as though there's conflict between the countries despite the United States propping up China and Russia in the first place. This allows them to have an excuse for the cashless Great Reset. Klaus Schwab himself has said that China is the role model for his "Great Reset." From economic collapse that forces the world into BRICS to China's call for a global civilization following a fake war, it all makes a lot of sense if you study these moves closely. Meanwhile, the United States military is more concerned with "inclusivity" than actual fighting. End of an empire.

VIDEO VIEWABLE HERE: https://banned.video/watch?id=64160184605edf539c6f2a4e

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Hi Mac

Thanks for your ongoing and usually salient contributions to the truth.

We have both spoken of the influence of sabbatean Frankism when it comes to the way the world currently looks to the truly awake.

As a big fan of TNT radio these days ( using the required discernment given that some of the more recent guests and presenters are full of it ), I was fascinated to listen the other day to George Elliason, talking about how SF was essentially forged in and around the region now called the Ukraine, along with how SF stands at the very heart of this in terms of its values.


Below is the link. I would be interested to hear your thoughts on his assessment of the role of SF in the current situation in the region . Elliason has apparently previously written a very large expose of Frank and co.


You can find his own findings  at the link below, dated the 16th and 17th of march, usually commencing about half way through the podcast.









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