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COMMUNIST CHRONICLES: U.S Leaders Court Anti-Christian China to the New World Order (1921 - 2025)

ABOVE LEFT: The Communist flag. ABOVE RIGHT: Former U.S. President Richard Nixon and his Secretary of State Henry Kissinger

Today, Communist China's globalists are openly mocking, influencing and hoping that Capitalism fails. I would have said pray, but Communists do not believe in Jesus.

When did the U.S. begin openly courting Communist China?

It all started with Henry Kissinger and Richard M. Nixon in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s when Kissinger secretly visited China, followed by Nixon’s very public visit.

Nixon announced a New World Order with China and the U.S. to be ushered in by respecting each other's cultures and economies while agreeing to work together in a variety of technologies and commercial endeavors.

This was not a military-based new world order back then.

Nixon and Kissinger spearheaded the detente with communist China supposedly to gain power over the old U.S.S.R. that was then led by Leonid Brezhnev.

The Global Spread of Anti-Christian Communism

World Communism has long been the state goal for the Soviet Union and China, stemming from Prussian-German-born Christian turned atheist Karl Marx's and his comrade Friedrich Engels' pamphlet called “Communist Manifesto” (1848).

The Bolshevik Communist Revolution led by leftist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin seized power from the Romanov Dynasty of Czars in November 1917—forming the first Communist government.

The Communists executed the former imperialists, established labor camps and a police state.

Then the Communist Global Revolution expanded to China's intellectual class starting in 1921.

From 1940-1979 Communist regimes took root either by force of arms or without firing a single shot in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Yugoslavia, Poland, North Korea, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Tibet, Vietnam, Guinea, Cuba, Yemen, Kenya, Sudan, Congo, Burma, Angola, Benin, Cape Verde, Laos, Kampuchea, Madagascar, Mozambique, Somalia, Seychelles, Grenada and Nicaragua.

WWII: 1938 - 1945

Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany emerged as a top threat to both Communism and Capitalism as his storm troopers relatively quickly occupied nearly all of Europe, thanks to a blitzkrieg war fueled by drugged-up Nazi soldiers and leaders.

The U.S. was aligned with the U.K. and the Soviet Union against Nazi Germany, Japan and Italy.

According to reports, former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt considered China one of the world’s “four policemen” along with the Americans, British and Soviets, and one of the cornerstones of a new world order that would emerge following the war.

Communist Russia's Red Army was the first to storm through Berlin and helped to end the war in 1945.

U.S. soldiers soon followed the U.S.S.R. into Germany's capitol city and helped to expose the Holocaust.

The two victorious allies were replete with lifelong heroes. But the alliance between the two superpowers was short-lived.

The Malta and Yalta Conference Summits

ABOVE LEFT: Yalta Conference photo featuring from left to right, Winston Churchill, then Prime Minister of the U.K., Roosevelt and the U.S.S.R's former General Secretary Joseph Stalin. ABOVE RIGHT: Former U.S. President Harry Truman

Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt met at the Malta and Yalta Summits held first on Malta island and then in Crimea, Soviet Union from January 30 - February 3 and February 4 - 11, 1945.

The Big Three world leaders hammered-out postwar plans for reorganizing Europe and especially Germany that was on the brink of defeat.

The Summits served to finalize Hitler’s demise, Germany’s allied occupation, the dividing of post-war spoils, Japan’s, Europe’s post-Nazi boundaries and frontiers.

The U.S.S.R occupied East Germany and later constructed the infamous and deadly Berlin Wall - effectively diving the Eastern and Western worlds (Communism and Capitalism).

The Cold War Between Former Capitalist and Communist Allies

The “Cold War” kick-started in 1946 when Churchill publicly labeled the Soviet Union as “The Iron Curtain” while exposing and denouncing its world domination aspirations.

In 1947 the "Truman Doctrine" disconnected the U.S. from the Soviets in an attempt to contain Stalin's geopolitical expansion.

The global-government-advocating U.N. was formed in 1948 - its charter drafted largely by Alger Hiss, a Harvard Law School alumnus who was later convicted of perjury after being exposed as a bona fide spy for the Soviets.

Around the same time the U.N. was established, “Chairman” Mao Ze Dung established the People’s Republic of China.

In 1949, China's civil war reignited and Mao's Communist revolution overthrew Chiang Kai-Shek's nationalist government.

This shocking turn of events forced the U.S.'s hand.

As China and the U.S. became foes, people on both sides of the Pacific forgot about China's role of lending the allies its land as a base to attack Japan.

ABOVE: Photos from the Korean War

On July 5, 1950 a U.N. military force led by U.S. troops invaded Korea after Communist North Korea invaded South Korea. The Korean War cease-fire began in 1953 after the U.N., North Korea and the U.S. signed an armistice.

In 1959 Communist Fidel Castro led the Cuban Revolution and overthrew long-time American ally General Fulgencio Batista’s regime.

The Bay of Pigs Disaster and Aftermath

In April 1961, three months after taking office, President John F. Kennedy approved the covert but failed Bay of Pigs operation that was supposed to remove Castro from Cuba.

America’s anti-Communism sector blamed Kennedy for the Bay of Pigs disaster and he accepted responsibility. Global Communism was catapulted even more as Southeast Asia soon began to catch the wave leading to the Vietnam War.

ABOVE LEFT: Former U.S. military officer, statesman and President Dwight D. Eisenhower. ABOVE RIGHT: Cuba's Fidel Castro and the Soviet Union's then-General Secretary Nikita Kruschev who famously declared to a room full of capitalist world leaders in 1956 Moscow, "We will bury you!"

After a meeting with Khrushchev that some felt left Kennedy looking weak on Communism in June 1961, Kennedy told New York Times reporter James Reston: “Now we have a problem in trying to make our power credible, and Vietnam looks like the place.”

Kennedy was humiliated further when the Soviet's started constructing the Berlin Wall in August 1961.

ABOVE LEFT: Fidel Castro smokes a Cuban cigar. ABOVE RIGHT: JFK rides through downtown Dallas with Jackie Onassis-Kennedy shortly before his assassination.

In July 1963 a public rift arose between China and the Soviets over the future of Communism. American officials were openly glad to see the growing animosity between the Communists.

But on November 22, 1963 JFK was assassinated.

The Vietnam War from Johnson to Nixon

Kennedy’s Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn-in as U.S. President, and was elected in November 1964 on a campaign of “No War in Vietnam.”

In early August of that year the now known false flag operation in the international Gulf of Tonkin took place.

The U.S. government claimed that two of its battleships were attacked by Communist North Vietnamese torpedo boats. Then the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution was quickly passed by Congress and U.S. bombing raids began against the Communist Viet Cong in February 1965.

ABOVE: Lyndon B. Johnson in Washington

Despite ongoing and widespread American opposition and protests in the streets, on college campuses and elsewhere, the Vietnam War escalated to the Viet Cong's famous Tet Offensive - launched in January 1968.

In the months after, thousands more U.S. ground and airborne troops were deployed.

Johnson bowed out of the Presidential election in March.

Republican Richard Nixon won the 1968 election.

ABOVE: Stock photos from the Vietnam War

Advised by fanatical globalist and Rockefeller family protégé Kissinger, Nixon increased the B-52 carpet bombing attacks in North Vietnam.

After the Viet Cong and the People’s Army of Vietnam captured Saigon in April 1975, the Vietnam War was effectively ended and Vietnam became a Communist state.

Kissinger at first led the National Security Council then became Secretary of State.

Nixon and Kissinger often bypassed Nixon’s cabinet in making foreign policy decisions — especially on Vietnam and China.

Nixon and the New World Order Goes to China and Aftermath

Kissinger and Nixon individually traveled to China in 1971 and 1972, respectively.

Their visits shocked the world as Nixon wooed Mao Ze Dung at the CCP Chairman’s private abode. A legion of reporters followed Kennedy and his wife Pat in China — giving Americans an up close and personal view of the mysterious Communist stronghold.

During a toast at the The Hall of the People in Beijing on February 25, 1972, Nixon famously called for a New World Order by way of detente with China - a reality that the legion of NWO proponents portray as a conspiracy theory.

His speech is public record as of this writing.

ABOVE: Nixon in the White House and with China's Premier Zou Enlai, Mao's understudy

Nixon won a landslide victory over segregationist George McGovern in November 1972.

But in 1973 newswriters and investigative reporters broke the story of his Watergate break-in scandal, and it became massively public and an unmitigated disaster for his administration and career.

On November 17, 1973 during a televised media session Nixon said, “People have got to know whether or not their President is a crook. Well, I'm not a crook. I've earned everything I've got."

The rest is history.

In the years after Nixon and Kissinger opened up China and U.S. relations, the Chinese have been accused of pilfering American technology, spying and bent on the destruction of the Capitalists.

Former President Trump, and a lot of the world outside America, banned China's Huwaei Technologies' networking equipment due to espionage accusations.

Nowadays President Joe Biden and family are deep into the waters of Chinese business partnerships. Biden has been accused of being a corrupted Chinese puppet, along with Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, Representative Eric Swalwell and a host of other American officials and businessmen.

The New World Order is in full effect.



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