Has the Chinese Dragon Been Tamed?

01/27/201920 Comments

Chinese President-for-Life Xi Jinping is warning that the glorious Communist Party of China (CPC) "is facing long-term and complex tests in terms of maintaining long-term rule, reform and opening-up, a market-driven economy, and within the external environment." Or at least that's how BilderBloomBerg is putting it. Rothschild Reuters, for its part, is characterizing Xi's latest pronouncement as a warning about black swans and gray rhinos. And all of this comes on the heels of the news that the Chinese GDP has dropped to its lowest growth rate since the 2009 crisis (not to mention the reports that Xi has "opened the door to war with Taiwan").

So what does all of this mean? Is the Chinese dragon falling victim to Trump's trade war? Is the CPC about to crumble? Is it a cornered animal about to lash out?

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  1. scpat says:

    Thought provoking piece here James. I wonder if part of the reason for China’s vast national control grid and surveillance network is because they foresaw these economic problems coming and wanted to set up a system to control the masses when/if they lashed out against the CPC.

    • phreedomphile says:

      China as a model Technocracy was the vision of the generational internationalists, logistically worked out by Brzezinski (Technotronic Era). When the Carter took office and the Trilateralists captured the US executive branch they began the early planning to bring China into the NWO fold. Next the Reagan administration began to undercut the influence of US labor unions that might have derailed the dismantling and transfer of the US manufacturing sector to China.

      The plan is much older than Brzezinski. It goes back to the “scientific society” elite scheme that spawned 1984 and Brave New World as well as the big North American Technocracy Inc movement in the 1930s. Incidentally, Elon Musk’s grandfather oversaw the Canadian branch of the movement.

      It’s been a long time coming. IMHO, the-powers-that-be sense as their access to advanced technology increases, the wild card chances also increase for humanity to awaken, unite, and effectively resist to become much freer. That would explain why they are in such a big hurry to lock us all down.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This was a superb article, full of insight. I better grab my safari hat, because those gray rhinos surely will (eventually) trample down my street.

    Corbett always has some fascinating links embedded within his articles.
    When I was looking at his “BilderBloomBerg” link, off to the side of the Bloomberg website was a list of popular articles, one of which was titled “Rothschilds Sell Last Piece of Austrian Empire After 200 Years”.

    The last line of Corbett’s Soros link re-emphasizes Corbett’s “one guess which” link.
    From the Soros linked Yahoo article…
    “…While his speech concentrated mostly on China, Soros noted that open societies have “many more enemies,” most notably Putin’s Russia.” (Where is that image of “Dr. Evil” which we saw at the Fake News Awards Ceremony?)

    United States Postal Service (USPS) rates for China
    or “USPS ChiComs”

    Most Americans buy a lot of stuff on Amazon.
    The quantity of goods from China is enormous.
    Around October 2018, the shipping waters got muddy with talk of policy changes.
    Me thinks…that if the shipping waters get real murky, even the ‘normal’ Amazon business/vendor/routines will have a mess to deal with.

    At the end of 2017 (nearing the Christmas season), Forbes had an excellent article which details some of the Chinese postal shipping.
    The cost to ship a one-pound package
    from South Carolina to New York City would run nearly $6;
    from Beijing to NYC: $3.66.

    While sending that same one-pound package from New York City back to Beijing via USPS International Mail would cost in the ballpark of $50.
    Beijing to NYC: $3.66.
    NYC to Beijing: One ‘Grant’ ($50)

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Thanks for showcasing Corbett member, Camille‘s video: “Do You Care About What You Eat”.
    Her channel and links have some startling information about food of which I had not been aware until she pointed it out.

    I ran across this article about 10 days ago. If it had not been for Camille, I would had missed it.
    Beyond Meat is going public: 5 things to know about the plant-based meat maker

    The article’s “in-between paragraphs” encourages readers to also see other articles, such as Is a lab-grown hamburger what’s for dinner? or Snacks made with recycled ingredients? Tyson thinks they’re worth a bet.
    Dang! So many mega-corporate giants are getting into the lab grown food!
    (By the way, the corrupt history on Don Tyson (Tyson chicken) involved with the Clintons in Arkansas could be a long book.)
    I should mention, despite what snopes or chickencheck says, arsenic has been added to chicken feed to make the conventional chickens grow faster and plumper. Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future published a study in the scientific journal Environmental Health Perspectives that provided further evidence, and I have personally seen the heavy metals charts of people who ate a lot of chicken. An M.D. covered the name(s) and told me how she was seeing the trend in her patients. Arsenic -There is really no safe level of the toxin.

    Beyond Meat is competing with other plant-based protein makers, including Boca Foods, Field Roast Grain Meat Co., Gardein, Impossible Foods, Lightlife, Morningstar Farms and Tofurky.
    I feel like the CEO of Beyond Meat is just trying to make a buck and get into the Big Leagues by going public in the stock market. These public companies just suck up investor money, but the Execs pay themselves well. Beyond Meat has been losing money for years.
    Certainly, the CEO is not concerned about people’s health.

    • Camille says:

      I’m glad you see it, HomeRemedySupply!

      There’s one part that gets me with the plant-based community pushing these meat analogues – the big evils of the food industry, that so many say they are against, are set and ready to cash in! They are supporting the factory “farmers” in their new endeavor. How does that make sense?

  4. zyxzevn says:

    Japan is strange.
    What looks like food is not food.
    And that what looks totally not like food is actually eatable.

  5. Ukdavec says:


    Good work – the following slides are worth a read – covers a wider vista than China but the comments regarding the Huawei standoff being a ‘ new Suez crisis ‘ resonated with me


    more detail here


  6. Not Another Not-Bot! says:

    And whilst pondering the question of the murky cabal’s plans for the Middle Kingdom, one has to see where the Only Democracy in the Middle East fits in. Does the BRI not reach to Tel Aviv, which port has entered a mutually-beneficial deal with the House of the 8 Immortals?

    What is going on here? A mere case of maverick Trump causing ripples in the broad and easy way that leads to NWO? A little pressure employed in order to ease the Dragon away from the Bear? Disturbances in the fold of the fellow travelers?

  7. am1618 says:

    A most insightful article James.

  8. NES says:



    Otherwise, excellent info.

  9. Kedi says:

    Fish, chips and curry sauce from Blighty 🙂

  10. generalbottlewasher says:

    …Comfort food!? Are you missing the homeland?
    Mine? Homemade flour tortillas grilled on an iron comal, 2 deep fried arappas , plate of refried pinto beans, bowl of barrcache beans, caso cotija, shredded beef in a fried crispy yellow corn taco shell, shredded cheddar cheese, avocado ,sour cream, shredded iceberg lettice, white onion, green sauce and salsa pico De gallio. 2 chili reanojas con Anthem peppers and white cheese in red sauce. Grilled jalapeños. 1 Pitcher of Bohemia, Polar, Simpatico, or Stella Beer. And for desert. Cassio! De Venezuela, Nothing on earth describes comfort food more than Cassio! and a café’morrancito pico, small coffee with milk and sugar. Now you’re talking Comfort on the coldest day!!

  11. FlyingAxblade says:

    so there will be a proxy war in Venezuela to equalize debt between USA & them (probably to the benefit of a certain Papacy). And it’ll be so inflated by the end of March with S. Africa that China will certainly be the colonizer’s of those two foreign to them countries because the Vatican has assured them that this is as wise as Confuckshush. spell check.

  12. manbearpig says:

    maybe one grey rhino is the fact of predicting warming in the face of cooling (though the same consequent evils have been attributed to both):
    bad harvests, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis…

    forcing a sort of global pooling of resources = inflated global government

    a sort of institutionalized globalisation of resource distribution

    making such phenomena as Venezualan civil/proxy war and brexit obsolete?

    shifting conditions to favor the petroyuan? (a 3-D chess move with the U.S. handing this magic economic wand over to China in a step to foster Eastern-style technocracy?)

    or maybe even a climate change false flag event…

    or I’ve been watching too much netflix…

  13. generalbottlewasher says:

    Recommended viewing: How do you conduct research? #1.
    Thanks for including this link. Very informative to a layman.
    Derrick Boze demonstrates how he does research in real time. He picks out the obvious flaws in available material and gives some how to insights to getting at the truth. Put your emotions on the shelf and just look at verifiable facts. Hard to do, even though you know you have lingering perprogrammed bias there’s a signpost up ahead, that leads you to other facts. Eventually, as Derrick shows the truth or facsimile of the truth will reveal itself through determination. A kind of comfort food for the psychy.

  14. Miches says:

    Cabbage Rolls = comfort food for me. Been making them either with my mom or as an adult for over 45 years. 2 days ago, I made another batch which took me 9 hours! Only 2 cabbages. Problem? Cabbage leaves were not releasing properly after normal time in boiling water. I quit in frustration because I had wasted so many leaves as they were tearing and not softening properly for removal. First time ever! Then I got thinking about it afterwards. GMO cabbages!!!! I hadn’t made them in about 5 years or more and was buying organic produce from markets. I think these had to be GMO. Nothing else was different.


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