When Henry Kissinger was Secretary of State, David Rockefeller, as Chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank, met with the Chinese Premier to pursue strategies to open markets in Communist China for Western corporations so that they could be linked into global scientific networks financed by American taxpayers and developed by American know-how as part of a long-term strategy to enrich multinationals in the vast, untapped markets of Communist China, which was to be elevated to lead the New World Order.
The United States, with its industrious, morally upright citizens, strong nuclear families, safe, stable communities, constitutionally protected freedoms, unlimited opportunities for upward mobility, and burgeoning wealth would need to be brought to its knees so that Communist China could ascend to superpower status.
In the Kissinger Transcripts, Kissinger and Chairman Mao-tse Tung discussed using immigrants as a weapon against the United States, to weaken this country for conquest by Communist China.
“My colleagues in Washington think I’m a raving maniac,” Kissinger said.
“Fundamental cooperation is needed,” Mao reminded him.
“Even if we sometimes criticize each other, we will coordinate our actions with you,” Kissinger told Mao. “Both of us must be true to our principles. In fact, it would confuse the issue if we spoke the same language.”
“The whole world should unite to defeat all reactionaries and establish socialism,” Mao said alluding to patriots and nationalists – that is, those who were not agreeable to the technocratic, globalist agenda that seeks to enslave humanity and absorb the wealth and power of the world into the hands of a select few.
Mao and Kissinger also discussed a strategy of changing U.S. immigration policy to weaken the United States from within.
“Do you want our Chinese women,” Mao asked with deadpanned seriousness. “We can give you 10,000,000. We can let them flood your country with disaster and therefore impair your interests.”
Kissinger complimented Mao’s “novel idea” and advised, “I will have to study it.”
“You can set up a committee,” Mao suggested. “That is how you settle the population question.”
Around this time, Senator Ted Kennedy, who nursed political ambitions of his own, took steps to permanently change America’s immigration policies, with a view toward transforming the country’s demographics forever.
“You can let in so many nationalities,” Mao said.
While observing his Chinese counterpart, Kissinger perceived a “mocking, slightly demonic smile.”
While globalists were fond of accusing Americans of racism, Kissinger privately acknowledged their tolerance.
“There is no feeling of hostility at all toward the Chinese people,” Kissinger told Mao. “On the contrary, between us right now, there is only a judicial problem, which we will solve in the next years…there is a strong community of interests which is operating immediately (and tapping) other countries that have intentions.”
Mao laughed with Kissinger over his view of the United States as a “paper tiger” – that of a powerful, but ultimately ineffectual force that could fold with a gust of wind.
As transcripts revealed, Vice Premier Deng Xiaoping praised Kissinger for “(pulling) the wool over the eyes of the West, (demoralizing) the Western people, and (letting) them slacken their pace.”
Kissinger’s assistant, Winston Lord, who had joined the National Security Council in 1969, went on to become Ambassador to China during the Bush and Reagan Administrations.
Bill Clinton then appointed Lord Undersecretary of State for East Asia and Pacific Affairs, ensuring that Kissinger’s agenda continued regardless of whom the people elected to serve them.
Good, decent, and trusting American people were largely oblivious to the machinations at play as the shadow dragon gradually executed a plan against them which was conceived by a small group of men in London controlled by the Rothschilds.
Ted Kennedy, who nursed presidential ambitions, was quick to perceive an opportunity.
It was not long after that Kennedy aligning his interests with those of Communist China and the City of London.
Kennedy’s treachery began with his unrestrained support for the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, which ended the immigration quota system and removed restrictions on immediate relations of immigrants.
Previously, the American immigration system gave priority to Northern and Western European immigrants who shared the values and culture of the United States.
In contrast, Kennedy opened the doors to Africa and Asia, where communists were fomenting revolutions.
The bill was written by Norbert Schell, a legal adviser to Kennedy whose client list included Atlantic Richfield and business interests in Asia.
Recall Kissinger’s discussions with Mao in which the men privately discussed “flooding” the country with Chinese immigrants for the specific purpose of impairing the interests of the United States and “let(ting) in so many nationalities.”
While Americans have begun to resist the influx of immigrants into this country, their resistance was not based upon racism. Kissinger remarked effusively about tolerance Americans expressed towards people from other lands.
The new immigrants the City of London sought to bring into the United States were those who would deliberately create problems for the host country and impair its interests.
It is difficult for Americans to believe that the immigration laws were written with this intent, but elites have admitted to this in their own words, and the problems created as a result are palpable.
According to NumbersUSA, an organization that seeks to reduce legal and illegal immigration into the United States, Kennedy’s immigration policies have “fundamentally changed America” by destroying the ability of the United States to control its own borders and be an environmentally sustainable nation. Immigrants are now coming into the country faster than they can be absorbed, inflicting stress on communities and impairing their ability to meet budgets due to growing demands for medical care, education, housing, and social services.
In turn, Americans are facing dramatic increases in property taxes, making it difficult for many to purchase and maintain their own homes. Hundreds of thousands of Americans have fallen out of the middle class as their occupations have collapsed and their wages have stagnated while their taxes had shot into the stratosphere.
It is clear that another agenda is at play.
Not only do Communists advocate a strategy of overwhelming the United States with immigrants, but globalist groups have organized caravans from the United States and Mexico, like Pueblos sin Fronteras, which have called for open borders.
Another tell is that the Chair Emeritus of the International Rescue Committee (IRC), an organization which champions asylum seekers, is none other than Winston Lord, a Yale graduate and member of Skull and Bones.
In addition to attending meetings with President Richard Nixon, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and Communist Chinese Chairman Mao Zedong, Lord accompanied Nixon on his historic trip to China and served as U.S. Ambassador to China under President George Herbert Walker Bush.
The IRC was subsidized by the National War Fund whose president was Winston Aldrich, an American financier and scion of a prominent political family who served as U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
Married to a Rockefeller, Aldrich became President and Chairman of Chase National Bank which coordinated financial assistance for the UK and Europe after World War II.
Parroting globalist talking points, the IRC opines: “Central Americans fleeing violence and persecution have the right to apply for protection, A new U.S. policy that will push these desperate asylum seekers back into Mexico is not only cruel but illegal.”
Among the IRC’s champions is actress Meryl Streep who endorsed Hillary Clinton for President and then promptly joined the “Resistance” after Trump won in her place.
The IRC, which established 191 field offices in over 30 crisis torn communities to help refugees survive conflict and rebuild countries after wars, is presided over not by an American – but a Brit – UK Foreign Secretary David Milliband to be exact.
Founded during World War II, the IRC was established to help Jews flee Nazi Germany.
After the IRC facilitated the emigration of European Jews to Israel, China, and the United States, the group expanded its mandate to include other types of refugees. The IRC’s antecedent, the International Relief Association, was founded in Germany by communists, some of whom survived Stalin’s purges in Russia and who were members of the Socialist Workers Party. Among those purged was Jay Lovestone, the head of the Communist Party of the United States and CIA asset.
In the 1970s, Kennedy expanded the refugee program, spawning a resettlement cottage industry.
As public funds became available for refugees and other poor immigrants, corporations demanded the United States increase its intake of poor, unskilled immigrants to exploit cheap labor, in turn displacing more American from jobs while increasing the demand for more public housing and entitlement programs for the needy which government contractors provided, making the rich richer at the expense of ordinary citizens.
Americans who took umbrage at this agenda which was admittedly created to prepare the United States for conquest, demoralize and displace its people, and bankrupt the country, have been disparaged as racists, nationalists, and part of old America that deserves to die, not unlike the traditional Chinese whose noble culture and religion were decimated by the materialistic, Godless communists who seized control in their country, flooded their country with drugs, and oppressed its people.
The U.S. government has further accommodated Big Business at the expense of ordinary citizens by ensuring corporations receive subsidies and tax relief to hire foreigners over Americans, often paying immigrants lower wages than what their American counterparts would need to survive.
The taxpayers are then required to support poor immigrants to make up the wage differential. The more needy, unskilled, and vulnerable the people that can be brought into the country, the more government contractors and corporations can profit by way of providing them free or subsidized housing, new schools, hospitals, equipment, products, and services that are taxpayer subsidized, with lucrative government contracts offered to provide hospitality to needy immigrants.
Kennedy tried to force through more immigration legislation between 2000 and 2008, creating a lottery that randomly gave away 50,000 green cards a year to people in countries with the least cultural ties and affinity with the United States, some of which sponsored terrorism.
Elites profited from the influx while consolidating power through the societal chaos that ensued.
Kennedy also pushed the H-1B visa for immigrants with specialized knowledge, preventing hundreds of thousands of American children from acquiring jobs in high tech companies.
He further helped squash the recommendations of Civil Rights activist Barbara Jordan’s Blue Ribbon Commission to reduce overall immigration and eliminate chain migration and the immigration lottery.
He even promoted mini amnesties directed as specific nationalities, transforming the United States permanently while residing near the Chinese Embassy in the posh neighborhood of Kalorama in Washington, DC.
Between 1966 and 1979, Ted Kennedy played a critical role behind the scenes in normalizing diplomatic relations with China by “(leading) the electorate out of its hostility and fear of what was then called Red China.”
While angling to be President, he gave speeches that encouraged the United States to build a closer relationship with Communist China.
In spring of 1971, Kennedy tried to become the first U.S. politician to travel to China while advocating for full U.S. diplomatic relations with Communist China.
Kennedy believed that carrying water for the Communist Chinese and elites within the City of London would be his ticket to the White House.
In 1977, he delivered a major foreign policy speech in which he advocated normalizing relations with China before the World Affairs Council of Boston.
The New York Times described his speech as “the most forthright and detailed proposal made by a politician.”
Later that year, Kennedy traveled to China to meet with Deng Ziaoping to discuss an “imaginative and practical” strategy to normalize Sino-U.S. Relations.
The following year, China and the United States had restored diplomatic relations.
When cozying up to the Chinese didn’t produce the results he wanted, Kennedy enlisted the help of the Soviets to clear the way for his path to the White House in 1988.
As the London Times reported in 1992, Kennedy offered to help the Soviets influence the 1984 election through an intermediary Soviet KGB agent.
“Kennedy would arm Soviet officials with explanations regarding problems of nuclear disarmament, so they may be better prepared and more convincing during appearances in the USA,” the Washington Post‘s Bob Woodward wrote in the London Times.
In exchange, Kennedy enlisted Soviet assistance to challenge Ronald Reagan’s re-election campaign by offering to use his influential friends in the media to soften the image of Soviet leaders and depict the duly elected President of the United States as “reckless” and “dangerous.”
It was not treason that ultimately derailed Kennedy’s presidential ambitions but a personal indiscretion in which he pleaded guilty to having left the scene of a car accident that killed his passenger, Mary Jo Kopechne at Chappaquiddick. If the White House eluded him, it was not for a want of trying. Still, the damage had been done.
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