Tag Archive: CHINA

The Kremlin have announced that China are to send 5,000 of its most elite military forces into the Levant War Zone to help Russia in the fight against ISIS, which has left the Obama administration and the Pentagon “horrified”. 

The “Siberian Tiger” Special Forces and “Night Tiger” Special Forces Units were given authorization to be deployed by China’s People’s Congress (NPC) on Sunday, after China passed its first anti-terrorism law allowing their army to take part in anti-terror missions abroad.

Whatdoesitmean.com reports:

Most critical to China in entering this war, this report continues, is the “grave” national security threat it faces from both the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/Daesh) and Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MIT)—and as, perhaps, best described by the noted award winning American military-intelligence journalist Seymour M. Hersh who in hislatest articlewarned of this threat by stating:

“China, an ally of [Syrian leader] Assad has committed more than $30 billion to postwar reconstruction in Syria. China, too, is worried about the Islamic State. China regards the Syrian crisis from three perspectives: international law and legitimacy; global strategic positioning; and the activities of jihadist Uighurs, from Xinjiang province in China’s far west.

Xinjiang borders eight nations – Mongolia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India – and, in China’s view, serves as a funnel for terrorism around the world and within China.

Many Uighur fighters now in Syria are known to be members of the East Turkestan Islamic Movement—an often violent separatist organization that seeks to establish an Islamist Uighur state in Xinjiang.

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In today’s video, Christopher Greene of AMTV reports on World War 3 according to George Soros.
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Well America… You’re no longer #1. Unless your people wake up to the fact that you are being purposefully plundered and destroyed from within by your own government (via TPTB who actually run it), it’s over. And it’s only going to get worse from here. It’s time to END THE FED. And END THE WARS. Both of which are unnecessary and are destroying the U.S.

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Sorry, America. China just overtook the US to become the world’s largest economy, according to the International Monetary Fund.

Chris Giles at the Financial Times flagged up the change. He also alerted us in April that it was all about to happen.

Basically, the method used by the IMF adjusts for purchasing power parity, explained here.


The simple logic is that prices aren’t the same in each country: A shirt will cost you less in Shanghai than in San Francisco, so it’s not entirely reasonable to compare countries without taking this into account. Though a typical person in China earns a lot less than the typical person in the US, simply converting a Chinese salary into dollars underestimates how much purchasing power that individual, and therefore that country, might have. The Economist’s Big Mac Index is a great example of these disparities.

So the IMF measures both GDP in market-exchange terms and in terms of purchasing power. On the purchasing-power basis, China is overtaking the US right about now and becoming the world’s biggest economy.



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Airlines will have to warn China of their flight plans before entering airspace in the East China Sea, aviation officials have said, after it declared the creation of an “air defence zone” over islands that are also claimed by Japan.

Beijing announced co-ordinates for the zone on Saturday, along with rules ordering all aircraft to notify Chinese authorities as they entered – warning that it would take “defensive emergency measures” if necessary.That sparked an angry response from Tokyo, which has administrative control of the uninhabited outcrops, and strong words from Washington.

China and Japan have been locked in a row over the rocky islets known as the Senkaku by the Japanese or the Diaoyu by the Chinese for years. They are surrounded by fisheries and other natural resources.

A transport ministry official in Seoul told Reuters that South Korean planes flying in the zone would notify China’s civil aviation authorities of their flight plans, as would Taiwanese carriers, according to officials in Taipei – which also claims the islands. A Japanese official said companies there would probably need to inform China. The zone covers an area roughly two-thirds the size of the UK.

The Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, described the measure in parliament on Monday as unenforceable and dangerous.

“It’s a unilateral step, changing the status quo in the East China Sea … It escalates the situation and could lead to an unexpected occurrence of accidents in the airspace,” he said.

The US secretaries of state and defence both issued statements at the weekend expressing deep concern about the new zone, with John Kerry warning: “Escalatory action will only increase tensions in the region and create risks of an incident.”


China hit back, with its state news agency Xinhua reporting that the foreign ministry had summoned Japan’s ambassador to complain about “unreasonable accusations”. A ministry spokesman earlier said it had lodged representations with the US ambassador.

“We reiterate that the purpose of China’s approach is to defend national sovereignty and territorial airspace security, maintain the order of airspace flight, and is an effective exercise of our right of self defence,” defence ministry spokesman Yang Yujun said in a statement.

He urged the US to “not take sides, not make inappropriate remarks and not give the wrong signal to Japan and encourage [its] risky behaviour”.

Tensions over the islets escalated last year when Japan bought three of them from a private landowner, saying it was trying to prevent nationalists from purchasing them. China accused it of changing the status quo and there were widespread anti-Japanese protests. Behind the dispute lies broader concern in the region about China’s growing power and assertiveness, particularly on maritime issues. On the Japanese side, Abe has a hawkish reputation and has sought to beef up defence capabilities since taking office almost a year ago.

“Xi Jinping is developing foreign policy with a great power mindset and people need to get their heads around that,”

said Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt, Asia-Pacific director at the US Institute of Peace.

“They don’t foresee any real negative consequences [from the zone]. They certainly didn’t predict the level of pushback [from the US] – but they don’t feel they need bother to budge. Since Japan does not admit the dispute they are under no pressure to have direct talks with Japan.”

But she added: “I think there are a lot of people in China who think they can control escalation. I don’t think that’s the case necessarily.

“An unexpected aerial encounter certainly carries greater risk of a clash than anything maritime. The risks are far greater when there are reduced decision-making times and the like.”

Earlier this year, Japan scrambled jets after Chinese planes and an unidentified drone flew near the disputed islands.

Western diplomats have said they are concerned that China has underestimated both Japan’s maritime capabilities and US commitment to supporting Japan.

The area designated by China overlaps with similar zones established years ago by Japan and South Korea.

In its announcement on Saturday, China’s defence ministry said it would set up other such zones when preparations were finalised. Beijing also claims much of the South China Sea, important for its shipping routes and rich energy resources, where a multi-party sovereignty dispute involves the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan.


China have made the decision they no longer need Treasury Bonds. They will use there US Dollars to develop Africa, provide and infrastructure and are investing in mining and mineral extraction.

China are signalling to the World that the US Dollar will not be the reserve currency, they can’t see the benefit of it, they don’t want it and they don’t need it.