With China’s economy growing by leaps and bounds, the Chinese government is moving quickly to gain more access to more of the world’s resources to keep up with its growth spurts. According to The Independent of the UK, “[t]his year alone, Chinese companies have laid out billions of dollars buying up stakes in Canada’s oil sands, a Guinean iron ore mine, oil fields in Angola and Uganda, an Argentinian oil company and a major Australian coal-bed methane gas company.”
Last week the Chinese company Sinopec, which is owned by the Chinese government, brokered a deal with the Spanish company Repsol to own 40% of Repsol’s oil holdings in Brazil.
Some financial analysts are downplaying the fears around the globe that China’s socialist government is seeking world domination. They believe China is merely trying to ensure that it has the resources available for its future needs without having to trade on the open market.
However, since the U.S. and its European allies are in a weakened financial state and are indebted to China in a big way, there is really no one to keep China in check to make sure the Chinese are not seeking world domination. And concerns have been raised about China’s trading partners like Sudan and Uganda when China has refused to address their partners’ unsavory government policies. On the other hand, if the U.S. and its allies were in a position strong enough to keep China in check, they wouldn’t do it since it would go against future plans to establish the New World Order.
For years the U.S., even when our nation was financially strong, has awarded China its most favored nation status as a primary trade partner claiming that this kept the door open for the U.S. to address China’s human rights violations. But as we see the push on the world stage to establish a one world government by organizing regional governments (such as the European Union, North American Union, Asia Pacific Union, etc.), it has become clear that addressing China’s human rights violations (such as their resistance to religious freedoms) was never a real goal. The real goals were to see how well China would do as a model for the rest of the world as its economy mixed socialism with capitalism and to get more money and power for multinational corporations who trade with China.
This has become all too clear in recent years under both the Republicans and the Democrats. Under Bush’s reign, we had a push for a national ID for every citizen. Then the U.S. Supreme Court gave away the rights of Americans to keep their land if a private corporation desires the right of eminent domain over their land (Kelo v. City of New London). Additionally, the Bush administration chose to weaken our government financially by spending us into a huge deficit and turning the other way when banks worked their way into subprime mortgages which led to the most recent recession.
Now under Obama we have socialist healthcare and an even larger deficit. And our Supreme Court has once again thumbed their nose at good policy by removing the financial restraints on corporation campaign spending.
Are all of these just coincidences? I think not. Little by little, democratic republics are being whittled down to socialist hybrids. Meanwhile, the Bilderbergers and their partners in crime like the UN who want a One World Government and to fatten their pockets are beaming with pride as they see the Chinese advance in the plans they’ve conjured up together.
But praise be to God that even with all of the plots and schemes of wicked men, the Lord has the power to step in and slow them down and although they still try to stamp out Christianity, it continues to thrive and grow in China and in places where China does business like Sudan, who share in China’s human rights violations.
Source: Sarah Arnott, The Independent, Saturday, Oct. 2, 2010
–posted by Harry A. Gaylord–