The new conquest of Africa...And the world

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Hello all ...

Africa was once an extraordinary and magical continent. In a multitude of ways it still is, but significantly less so after centuries of rape and pillage by those who have seen it merely as a 'resource' to feed the insatiable hunger of Western consumerism and fill the pockets of the Illuminati families that have driven the grotesque exploitation of this enormous and incredible land.

I am not being starry-eyed about the Africa before colonialism because it was not always the utopia that some would like to believe. Whether the body is black or white the dictator software still applies and those who see everything about Africa in terms of 'race' are deeply naïve and simplistic, I would suggest.

The colour of the body (computer) is irrelevant. It is the consciousness that controls its perceptions and therefore its actions that matters and I see no difference between a Hitler, Stalin or Mugabe and a stream of black African leaders who have ruled their people before and after official colonialism.

We should not forget, either, the black-on-black tribal wars that were also motivated by race and conquest, which, of course, still continue today. It is not as simple as Black v White.

So Africa before the colonialists arrived was not always idyllic, but it was far freer than it is today and the people who actually lived there had a much greater influence over their lives.

Once the Illuminati invaded Africa, through agents like Cecil Rhodes, all that was doomed. Rhodes manipulated, Kissinger-style, the wars between tribes that destroyed both sides and led to the takeover of their lives and lands by the 'British Empire' (the Empire of the Illuminati families that were once the force behind the 'Roman Empire' and the 'Babylonian Empire'.)

The African tribes did not have to fight these manipulated wars and thus be divided and ruled, but the tribal mentality (an obsession with 'racial superiority', ironically) meant they were so easy to play off against each other when they could have resisted the invaders had they been united to defend their collective freedom.

How did a relative few conquer such an enormous number of Africans? See above.

How are a few conquering the entire world today? See above.

As a result of all this, the people who were once free to roam vast tracts of land were herded into gold and diamond mines to serve the masters their irrelevant racial and tribal divisions had allowed to conquer them.
The price of divide and rule: a South African gold mine, 1896

Africa was given 'independence' in theory through the 20th century, but 'in theory' is all it was. The Illuminati families continued their control through financial dependency and their Black African place-men 'leaders' who were selected and imposed

There was a recent scandal over the Chinese container ship that docked in South Africa with three million rounds of AK-47 ammunition, 3,000 rocket-propelled grenades and 1,500 mortars heading for Mugabe's regime. That was turned back in the wake of the public outcry, but that cargo is as nothing compared with what does get through.

And Thabo Mbeki, the South African President, does nothing to support the Zimbabwe people or stem the Chinese transportation of weaponry, unless forced to by public exposure, because he's just another glove puppet in yet another one-party African State that claims, ludicrously, to be a 'democracy'.
Mugabe and Mbeki: two of a kind

The Chinese dictators built Mugabe's 25-bedroom mansion, allows him to pocket vast amounts of money from their 'loans', and both paid for and built the headquarters of Mugabe's ZANU-PF party. Troops from the 'China People's Liberation Army' have even been deployed on the streets to impose Mugabe's dictatorship.

Earlier this month, China, together with Russia, vetoed a UN Security Council resolution to impose sanctions on Mugabe and 13 of his political and military associates. This included an arms embargo, a strict travel ban on the leadership, and financial restrictions.

You can see why China didn't want to know. As the Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister, Zhou Wenzhong, put it: 'Business is business ... We try to separate politics from business.' Put another way, they try to separate human control from human decency. He also had the nerve (they have plenty) to say they don't believe in interfering in the internal affairs of other countries - which is precisely what they demonstrably do.

A 'veteran diplomat' quoted in a British newspaper said: 'China is easier to do business with because it doesn't care about human rights in Africa - just as it doesn't care about them in its own country. All the Chinese care about is money.'

For 'Chinese', read the Illuminati families working through China and the gofers and pig-troughers who serve them.

It is increasingly the same story across Africa, including the Congo, Zambia, Angola, Nigeria and, most grotesquely, Sudan. Here the Chinese dictators are supplying the Sudanese government with arms to unleash the genocidal attacks on hundreds of thousands of people in the Darfur region in what have been dubbed 'Africa's killing fields'.
Darfur: Made in China

China now buys half of Sudan's oil and in return supplies its government and military with the means to instigate genocide. It is a classic tale of Africa since the colonialists arrived - control the government, supply the arms and money to sustain them, and hijack their people and resources.

But the Chinese invasion of Africa goes well beyond just weapons and money for oil and other resources. This is about control, eventually total control. The Chinese are dumping their products on the African market, often appallingly made by sweatshop workers earning a pittance, and the African people are taking the consequences.

The Chinese tyranny at home means they can produce goods to undercut the competition and thus impose their tyranny elsewhere. As with countries across the world, the flood of artificially-cheap Chinese goods is destroying African producers and jobs. It has devastated African industry with, for example, only ten textile factories now surviving in Kenya compared with 200 a mere five years ago.

The affect of this Chinese colonialism was described in a British newspaper report:

'Across Africa, the red flag of China is flying. Lucrative deals are being struck to buy its commodities - oil, platinum, gold and minerals. New embassies and air routes are opening up. The continent's new Chinese elite can be seen everywhere, shopping at their own expensive boutiques, driving Mercedes and BMW limousines, sending their children to exclusive private schools.

The pot-holed roads are cluttered with Chinese buses, taking people to markets filled with cheap Chinese goods. More than a thousand miles of new Chinese railroads are crisscrossing the continent, carrying billions of tons of illegally-logged timber, diamonds and gold. The trains are linked to ports dotted around the coast, waiting to carry the goods back to Beijing after unloading cargoes of cheap toys made in China.

Confucius Institutes (state-funded Chinese "cultural centres"wink have sprung up throughout Africa, as far afield as the tiny land-locked countries of Burundi and Rwanda, teaching baffled local people how to do business in Mandarin and Cantonese.

Massive dams are being built, flooding nature reserves. The land is scarred with giant Chinese mines, with "slave" labourers paid less than £1 a day to extract ore and minerals. Pristine forests are being destroyed, with China taking up to 70 per cent of all timber from Africa.

All over this great continent, the Chinese presence is swelling into a flood ... Exclusive, gated compounds, serving only Chinese food, and where no blacks are allowed, are being built all over the continent. "African cloths" sold in markets on the continent are now almost always imported, bearing the legend: "Made in China".'

The African people themselves are irrelevant to these neo-colonisers and the Chinese import their own labour from home rather than employ locals. It has gone so far in Angola that the government allows 70-per-cent of public works put out to 'tender' to be given to Chinese companies employing overwhelmingly Chinese workers. They have even shipped in Chinese prisoners to do the work as cheaply as possible.

This has the potential, and indeed the ambition, of being the most deadly and destructive phase of the conquest of Africa and don't let anyone kid themselves there is a political answer to this. The political system is owned by those behind the agenda and either there is a massive campaign of non-cooperation with the imposition of this new slavery - or what is planned will happen.

This Chinese colonialism, both physically and by monopolising global production, is a fundamental part of the plan for world domination by the Illuminati families and it is something I shall return to in these newsletters from time to time because there are many aspects to it.

The Land of the Dragon is breathing its fire and lot of people are going to get burned. Indeed, they already are.

so let me get this right...the illuminati want to take over Zimbabwe by manipulating the in the moest economically ravaged country in the world which has a 90% unemployment rate and where starvation is becoming a massive problem

and it's somehow economically viable to give loans to a country that has no means of paying them back at all

Zimbabwe doesn't have massive amounts of doesn't have huge gold and diamond mines (it has some)

i do agree that china is striking deals elsewhere....but it's a massively growing country and needs to find its resources needs oil...and the US already has most of the oil in the world tied up under it's contracts....

as for the Illuminati even being in control of China....pfft....another point that is hugely disagreed with among the conspiracy theorists of the world

if they wouldve fought like the native americans then maybe the world would care

now half of its like dark ages europe.. why is darfur even news...

so nobdy cares about them

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