The hidden Chinese hand within the United Nations is finally being revealed, as China embarks on a global communist takeover. However, it’s almost like the world stage was discreetly prepared for such.
China, once reluctant to contribute troops to the United Nations’ Peacekeeping force has now dispatched more troops than any other permanent member of the UN Security Council. China is ambitious, and they are planning to replace the United States as a Superpower.
Over the last several years, China has sought to become a normative power; and with that, the communist nation has made substantial contributions to the United Nations. Just last year, China overtook the USA economically in size, and now they plan to dominate the US politically.
Make no mistake; China is a communist nation, not one based on freedom.
Controls over religion in China have increased since 2012, seeping into new areas of daily life and triggering growing resistance from believers.
- At least 100 million people—nearly one-third of estimated believers in China—belong to religious groups facing “high” or “very high” levels of persecution (Protestant Christians, Tibetan Buddhists, Uighur Muslims, and Falun Gong).
- Despite tightening controls, millions of religious believers defy official restrictions in daily life or engage in some form of direct protest, at times scoring significant victories.
- The impact of these dynamics reaches beyond the realm of religious policy, deeply affecting China’s overall legal, social, political, and economic environment.
Xi Jinping recently stated that China should take the lead in shaping the ‘New World Order,’ rather than their original position of just playing an important role. Interestingly enough, like an agenda, the communist nation is ready to take the lead on the world stage after everything is set in place within the UN.
Just last year, the Christian Journal uncovered the United Nations’s ambitions of creating a new global human order one based on communism: “The UN at the seventy-first regular session has aggregated the role of the United Nations in promoting a new global human order into their agenda. In addition to the aforementioned under section A. titled, “Promotion of sustained economic growth and sustainable development in accordance with the relevant resolutions of the General Assembly and recent United Nations conferences,” is also the plan for total Globalization and interdependence.
Under the allocation of Agenda items resides the declaration of a formation of a new global human order. Adopted by the General Assembly at its 2nd plenary meeting, on September 16, 2016. The official adoption of such ideology brings to light the global conspiracy against humanity to form a New World Order, as mentioned by world leaders and select governmental officials.”
The New Global Human Order adoption by the United Nations, was created by Cheddi Jagan, the fourth president of Guyana, who was a well-known communist. The very ideology of the New Global Human Order is based solely on communism, after the adoption by the UN, all that was left was for a leader aligned with the same ideology to take the stage; enter, China.
According to the Chatham House Think Tank, China will play a significant role going forward, and China is seeking to be a global leader on several issues such as Climate Change; Trump was quite right when he tweeted the possibility that Climate Change was a Chinese ploy.
Gong forward, the relations between China and the USA will be defined by how and what Trump does multilaterally. However, given his previous statements; it would appear as though, the current liberal trade deals are set to be replaced, which places China and Trump at stark odds. For far too long, the current trade agreements have allowed the rise of other nations and, for the fall of the United States. In the meantime, China is actively drilling to strike US bases, and further plowing its bulldog, North Korea, to the front lines to test the resolve and response time of the new administration within the White House.
The coming New World Order will in large part be based on communism, and it is rather fitting that the communist nation of China seeks to lead the socialist world stage. Vladimir Lenin once stated that the goal of socialism is communism, which is exactly what is playing out globally today.
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