The only country big enough and determined enough to win the new world order is China. Get ready to survive.
History is a sausage made when ever-changing environmental and technological realities are fed into the grinder of the never-changing human nature and crammed into a thin casing of passing tastes, social mores, and fashions. What history is teaching us is that invariably, with no exceptions whatsoever, the party that is the least diverse and acts with the greatest unity of purpose wins. The winning trifecta is always unity of ethnicity, religion, and purpose combined the traditional values of strong families and hard work and the willingness to sacrifice to achieve the final victory.
A good example of that is Nazi Germany. Cleansing itself of all “diversity” and acting with unity of purpose, it won, yes won, its multi generational conflict for European domination.
Before you call me crazy because what I have just said flies into the face of everything you have been taught or because it triggers your patriotic feelings, look at the facts. Germany as a unified polity only came into being in 1870, after its main unifying force, Prussia, laid waste to France in the Franco-Prussian war of that same year. In 1913, Germany was powerful, but so were Great Britain and France. Five decades later, In the aftermath of WWII, Germany emerged as the only European power worth the name, having been richly rewarded for starting two world wars by being rebuilt from the ground up with American taxpayers’ money.
Oh and by the way, the small German side project known as the Holocaust was also, from the Nazi point of view, a resounding success. The Germans have succeeded, in just a couple of years, in reducing the Jewish population of Europe from many millions to a just few hundred thousand, a kind of reverse decimation wherein not one in ten, but nine in ten are sacrificed. Bottom line: today Germany is by far the most powerful European country and is lording it over a Juden-frei European continent via its European Union empire. I call that an unequivocal victory for Germany.
Certainly Germany had to pay a heavy price and give up on its impossible dream of world domination, but it succeeded in securing for itself free and unfettered access to the internal market of the new superpower, the US, a market with an insatiable demand, a demand Germany could meet with industries it had built on the American dime. Japan won a similar victory. By proving its mettle in the battle with the US over the Pacific, Japan, like Germany, won access to the American market and an umbrella of American protection against the Soviet Union.
An impartial observer studying the world scene in the 1970s would have to conclude that Japan and Germany were the big winners of WWII, while Russia, England, France, and yes, America, with its internal strife and fresh from its humiliating defeat in Vietnam were the big losers. Since then America has, under Reagan, recovered a degree of unity and traditionalism, while both Germany and Japan succumbed to barren modernity of loose sexual mores and, in the case of Germany, to the suicidal idea of economic growth via workforce importation. While that was happening and while America had begun another deep dive into loose morality and suicide by unchecked migration, China has recovered from its ideologically driven communist past and emerged as the one and only force on the world stage today that has what it takes to win it all.
As I was being interviewed recently for a radio show on the topic of Chinese resurgence, my host asked an astute question: what would living in the new Chinese-led world order look like. I mumbled something about Confucianism and forced conformity, but that is only a small part of the answer. China will win because it and only it is willing to make the necessary sacrifices to do so. These sacrifices are not made up solely of willingness to endure economic hardships and accept mass casualties in an armed conflict, though these are certainly among the biggest. Willingness to sacrifice, especially in today’s world, involves the ability to take the hard decisions that are required to stay unified such as FDR’s fully justified decision to intern Americans of Japanese descent during WWII, or China’s brutal repression of the student rebellion in Tienanmen Square exactly 30 years ago. Chinese repression of their minorities, be they religious or ethnic or both, is part of that sacrifice.
I know, I know, here’s where I will be accused of sympathy towards brutal murderous dictatorships like China, but my rebuttal is simple: sympathize or not, like it or not, the attitudes adopted by China today and the actions that derive from these attitudes are exactly what it takes to win and they were adopted by winners throughout history, both ancient and modern. England built its empire on the brutal exploitation of its colonies as did every other empire, including the US. If you believe otherwise, perhaps you should talk to people in India, or China, or the Philippines, or Africa, or the Middle East, or the Indochinese Peninsula. All Western empires from Athens to Rome to London to Washington DC were built on the strict enforcement of religious and moral codes and brutal exploitation of those not so fortunate as to have been born into their midst as citizens.
Russia has pioneered the modern modality of Western collapse by sacrificing its soul on the altar of fake equality, trans-nationalism, and sexual depravity. As a result of this self-inflicted wound, an empire spanning 15% of the global landmass and home to nearly 300 million people, was all but defeated by a country, Germany, that was ten times smaller in area and five times in population. In fact, Russia was defeated in WWII in every way that counts, except militarily. And how did Russia avoid military defeat? By at least temporarily, on an emergency footing, restoring ethnic and religious unity. Stalin, in utter panic from the rout of the Red Army in the summer of 1941, exiled entire ethnic groups like the Crimean Tartars and the Volga Germans to the Russian Far East, dusted off the few Orthodox icons that had not been destroyed or sold for cash by the godless Bolsheviks, and rallied, not the Soviet people, but the Russian people to the defense of Holy Russia.
There can be no possible victory for a countries that, like the US and Western Europe have no unity of ethnicity, religion, or morality. There can be no victory for people who think of sacrifice as a 5% drop in their stock portfolios. In the unlikely event that America wins the upcoming conflict over world supremacy, it will be the America of the 1940’s that will have done so, not the America we see today. Not 1940’s adjusted for our modern sensibilities when it comes to LGBTQ or religion or diversity, but precisely the 1940’s America as it was then, warts and all. Since the revival of that long-lost country is all but impossible to contemplate, the smart thing to do would be to prepare to live in a world dominated by China. What would that be like?
Here’s a hint: be ready to be judged and harshly so, based on an index that is the exact opposite of the index of social approval in today’s America. If you are a member of a hard-working traditional family with good finances, two or three kids, and are in every way conforming to what was the ideal American family in the 1950’s, you should do well in the new world. If you occupy the top tiers of the professions, some deviations may be forgiven, as long as you practice them quietly and away from public view. If, however, you are a member of the sexually deviant minorities, are possessed of a big loud mouth, enjoy propagandizing the agendas of dangerous groups such as radical Muslims, and do not contribute much in the way of measurable value to society, your fortunes will take a most definite turn for the worst. How much worse? Perhaps you can inquire into the fate of the Chinese Christians, Muslims, or Buddhists to find out. You won’t like what you see.
To summarize: to thrive in the new world order dominated by China, get a useful profession or trade, one that involves mathematics or the operation of sophisticated machinery. Do not be sexually deviant. Get married and have children. Keep your mouth shut on issues that are above your pay-grade. If you are not sure whether a certain issue is above your pay-grade, it is. Follow these rules, and you’ll be fine. Ignore them at your peril.
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The staff writer is assuming that China will occupy the US after a war? Whoever “wins” an nuclear war won’t be able to occupy anything except an anti-radiation suit to go to the village water hole. A Chinese Reich can only be established in America if we are occupied, and the occupiers will find that to be a rather interesting task. Besides that fundamental error, the other glaring error is the use of the word “inevitably” in the title. There is nothing inevitable about communist China winning an economic war (if that is what the writer actually means) because economically, China is a paper tiger. And we have the matches.
Thank you for your comment. I didn’t mean to hide behind the staff writer byline. The piece was written by Baruch Pletner, your humble servant. It was meant to be provocative.
Their people will eventually ruin the plan just as it’s happening here. History does repeat itself.
The author definitely doesn’t want to read the actual census info for the EU directly after WW2 *cough*
I disagree with Baruch’s primary point of China’s dominance being inevitable, though I do appreciate his provocation. Simply stated, a house divided against itself cannot stand. America appears very divided on the surface; however, I do not believe that America has gone 100% down the path of the godless collectivists. Assuming the treacherous criminals in the US are dealt with, and no I do not mean Trump, America will grow strong again. What we’ve lacked is harsh punishment on the wicked as a warning for the simple and the foolish. As for China, their arrogance will be their undoing; in that they are no different than any other powerful nation, including America. Each century it is always the same, only the names change.
Frankly, I grow tired of the constant facade of world unity (i.e. “global community”) and the endless, unrelenting ignorance of the masses. Peace, Peace, when there is no peace; it matters not whether a sword is at one’s throat or if the words are the sword. War is hell and false peace is even worse.
Lastly. It would be beneficial for Baruch to point readers to his slightly older article to help understand what he is trying to say in this current piece.
There are too many false assumptions by the author. Chinese unity is a myth. The vast majority of the Chinese population are peasant slave laborers, many of whom, no doubt, who would bolt at the chance for freedom from their tyrant overlords. They are not fanatical nationalists like the Japanese in WWII. Speaking of which, the Japanese steamrolled China in WWII, with a vastly smaller island population than China had at the time.
And do tell, which “colonies” did the US brutally exploit? If you are going to fall back on the treatment of Indians, let’s chat about how the natives brutally dealt with each other 1st. Those peace loving natives warred with each other constantly. They often wiped out not only entire villages but whole tribes in genocidal acts, killing women and children, or taking them as slaves. Some of the most heinous acts, such as live human sacrifice, were performed by them. Brutal.
Really. Go over to LiveLeak and watch the thousands of Chinese videos depicting daily life. And get back to us.
This is the exact same kind of ignorance that one used to read about Japan in the 1970s. The idiot-elite back then were quite certain that Japan was a unified disciplined morally superior centered around a nationalism drone system that induced it’s workers to place personal considerations secondary to the National Good. They were going to dominate the world.
But their 1960-1970 factories aged, just as the US’s 1940-1950 factories had aged. And the Globalist dollar chased the new cheapest educated disciplined worker to Shenzhen, where the Chinese opened up to western Corporations. And the Japanese took all their new dollars and bought Real Estate all over NYC. And then we burst the Real Estate bubble and took all the money back.
Of course, Japan didn’t have 1.6 billion people, a good 2/3rds of which are still living in poverty. And it wasn’t artificially suppressing the value of it’s currency and it was facing a US determined to build the New World Order and make trading concessions in order to induce the rest of the world to sign on, China on the other hand is going to lose those rigged trade deals real soon.
And then there is always the issue of ‘innovation’ and the stubborn apparent lack of it from the type of society that China is built on, and the need of it to spur the next huge wave of economic growth. Factories can be built in Malaysia and Indonesia where there are a few 100 million poor intelligent disciplined people ready to go to work. If I were going to bet where the next big economy expanding leap is going to happen, which will be around genetics or automation, I would bet on the innovation Society that created the Internet, not the collectivist society.
I disagree. Countries have upgraded their control techniques from seeking unity.
Those that shepherd others through the minefields they create win. In my estimation the current leader is Zionism with radical Islam second. Neither are good for a people that seeks to be politically free.
See the Power of Nightmares documentary.
“In the past, politicians promised to create a better world. They had different ways of achieving this. But their power and authority came from the optimistic visions they offered to their people. Those dreams failed. And today, people have lost faith in ideologies. Increasingly, politicians are seen simply as managers of public life. But now, they have discovered a new role that restores their power and authority. Instead of delivering dreams, politicians now promise to protect us from nightmares. They say that they will rescue us from dreadful dangers that we cannot see and do not understand.”
[dangers like terrorism, global warming, vaccines…]
It’s fantastic that you are getting ideas from
this post as well as from our discussion made here.