Tuesday, November 29, 2022



Volume #112922-1115                             November 29, 2022

"The best-laid plans ..."

Xi Jin Ping, China's formerly undisputed leader, is under fire

See this: https://nypost.com/2022/11/29/chinese-protesters-overturn-vehicle-and-trash-covid-site/

It's been brewing for years, even before the whole hype and hysteria surrounding Covid-19 began.  President Xi Jin Ping of China faces more resistance than ever before as the Chinese people have begun to rise in numbers.  As many as 40,000 protestors have burned cars, smashed police stations windows, and destroyed the ornate facades of Communist party buildings.

How did this happen?  What has brought China to the brink of chaos?  It all began when Xi Jin Ping was elected to the presidency of China and the chairmanship of the Communist party.  No, these titles are not interchangeable; the uniqueness of each office was established as a safeguard against the tyranny of dictatorship such as Xi Jin Ping's rule.

The 'third office', not to be confused with the others, is that of Supreme Commander of the People's Liberation Armed forces.  As with the offices of President and Chairman, there is a separation designed to prevent one man from taking total control and power.

After the death of Chairman Mao, rules were set in place to prevent another 'Mao' from rising to power.  The People's Congress and the Central Committee identified the power of China as 'The Milking Stool'.  A milking stool has 3 legs, as does Chinese leadership.  These legs are Party, Government, and Military.  It's interesting to note that nobody has ever held all 3 legs of the stool of power, not until Xi Jin Ping ascended to command of the country.  Even Chairman Mao was denied all 3 legs.  While he held the party and the military legs, he never had the presidency.

In addition, a rule was set down that no president may serve more than 2 five-year terms totalling 10 years in all.  All set-in place, it merely awaited a challenge to the 'failsafe features'.


Then along came Xi!


Xi Jin Ping rose to office from his previous position as Vice-President under Hu Jin Tao.  During these years Xi spent his time serving the wishes of a largely benevolent Hu, but beneath his bowing and scraping beat the heart of a traitor, an angry man thirsting for ultimate power, whatever it would take!

The Xi 'Blackmail Machine' is without parallel in China, and possibly the world.  In his years with the party Xi developed a labyrinth of information sources, using them to gather every titbit and scrap of information he could on his boss, Hu Jin Tao, and every other party member of note.  It was this 'Blackmail Machine' that assured him the presidency in 2012.  His skilful manipulation of information led to his illicit appointment by a cowed People's Congress as well as a horribly frightened Central Committee.




Immediately upon election Xi embarked on his 'China Dream'.  I remember walking the streets of Shenyang and Beijing to see the huge posters on the sides of buildings.  They all represented Xi Jin Ping's 'China Dream'.  They were disturbingly reminiscent of posters hung out in the same way during the reign of Mao Zi Dong.  The similarities were not lost on many of my Chinese friends as well.

China Dream is aimed at recreating what Xi views as 'the golden age' of China under the late Chairman Mao Zi Dong.  Bent on recreating the Cultural Revolution, Xi engaged in a purge that eclipsed even that of Chairman Mao.  Over 60,000 officials and important citizens were 'disappeared', jailed, or executed having been charged with 'corruption'.




'Corruption' was his club, his sword, for purging people without evidence.  In so many court cases the actual nature of the purported corruption was never disclosed.  In a speech in 2014 Xi said, "Corruption takes place in far more than banks and other financial institutions.  Corruption is the seed of decadence, planted in the very hearts of villains who would impede our greatness.  This is why I ask all Chinese to be on the alert and watchful of corruption in their midst.  If you see something, say something."

Did you hear this?  His 'See something, say something' sounds like the snitch-line used by America's Department of Homeland Security.  It's a great way of having the people police themselves, thus reducing the otherwise impossible burden of government to do the same.  'Rooting out corruption' became the charge of every citizen, under the demands of an increasingly powerful Xi Jin Ping.

As the years went on, Xi found that assuming 'absolute power' in China wasn't as easy as he at first thought.  He faced continual rejection and criticism from the People's Congress and his once total support from the Central Committee was waning.  Xu Li Jin, acting overseer of the People's Central Committee often voiced his dissatisfaction with elements of Xi's rule.  He was supported by the still well-loved Hu Jin Tao, former President and Party Chairman of China.

By 2019 President Xi's 'China Dream' was in danger of fading into the murky mists of idea.  He was in fear of becoming mediocre and, worse yet, losing one or more of his powers on 'the milking stool'.  There was great dissatisfaction expressed by the army's General Staff as they thought Xi to be too aggressive and reckless in his pursuit of power.  Their main dispute was on how to deal with the island nation of Taiwan, viewed by most Chinese as 'an errant child who will one day come home to the motherland.'




Then along came nCov-19, now called Covid-19.

As Xi struggled to keep his power base and hold onto all 3 legs of power, the nCov-19 virus 'conveniently' erupted from the Wuhan Virological Institute, a Level 4 Bio Lab working with America's Dr. Anthony Fauci.  Together they engaged in 'gain of function' in development of weaponized viral strains.

This was all that Xi needed.  He was now able to continue expanding his reign of power under an 'emergency powers' directive.  It was under the blanket of hysteria that surrounded this outbreak that Xi Jin Ping laid the groundwork for his hopes of achieving 'perpetual power' as China's 'leader for life'.  He played his hand with far too much zeal.

As the world reeled from the virus and locked down entire nations, Xi smiled.  As the 'power behind the throne' of the World Health Organization he was able to create a worldwide hysteria that he controlled.  He had the power of his confederate, Dr. Anthony Fauci of the United States Centers for Disease Control.  He also had total control of every major news outlet and social media source in the free world.  Finally, he had control of the majority of American politicians with the American Democratic Party being his most powerful weapon.

Count the fingers on the hand of Xi Jin Ping and his influence worldwide: 1. The World Health Organization was under his complete control.  2. America's cooperation and financial support by way of Dr. Fauci and other accomplices.  3. Complete control of the American and European news media through financial and personal coercion.  4. His alliance with key Democrats including but not limited to Nancy Pelosi [speaker of the house since 2019].

These comprise Xi's new four-legged stool of power and control.  After all, Xi already had all 3 legs of the Chinese milking stool of power.  Covid made it all come together.

Move to today:  The Covid-19 virus has largely played out.  It has mutated [as all corona 'cold' viruses do] into a series of variants less and less potent.  Today there is no fatal variant in play and the contagious properties and life-threatening qualities of Covid have become no more threatening that a bad cold or a case of the flu.

America's recovery from the hysteria came too soon for President Xi and his cohorts abroad.  It caught them all off guard.  Now Xi felt the need to double-down on his quest to secure complete power of not only China, but the entire world.  His own people, however, began to object to the still tight Covid restrictions in China.  Many Chinese no longer tolerated the government's haphazard and capricious approach toward the virus.  Xi's 'Zero Covid' policy has proven a failure.

In the wake of a dying virus, America had assumed relative normalcy and Europe was fast heading in that direction.  Meanwhile Xi's grip on his people had begun to slip.  Thus, he moved in a different direction aimed at unifying his people.  He would start a war.




It is known that when a nation goes to war, the citizens rally around their leader.  Patriotism in the form of hero worship would be just what Xi needed to get the country back on track.

This, he thought, would be the perfect catalyst for his China Dream.  His plan was simple; invade Taiwan and bring the small island nation back into the fold.  He began to hatch his plan for Taiwan Reunion as he found himself working with an increasingly reluctant General Staff.

Details of the entire invasion plan leaked out and were published for all the world to see.  Click here for that release: https://highsilliness.blogspot.com/search?q=invasion+taiwan

It was first published on March 25th and then something completely unexpected happened in China only 3 days later.  On March 28, 2022, Commanding General Jiang Hi rested military command Xi Jin Ping, but not without some trouble.  On March 29th, a day after General Jiang secured the military, Xi ordered his arrest.  The arrest order was ineffectual, and Jiang remains in power to this day, a thorn in the side of Xi Jin Ping.

Xi had lost the one leg of the stool he most needed in order to invade Taiwan and thus rally the people around him.  Reluctantly, he has since avoided anti-Jiang rhetoric [not willing to kick a sleeping dog] and has gone in the direction of politics and propaganda to achieve his goal of ultimate power.




Why did Jiang do this?  The answer is simple.  In the words of Jiang himself; "War has always been a function of profit.  To invade Taiwan would cost us [China] far more than we [China] could ever gain."  China's black eye politically, unrest militarily, and the tremendous outlay of manpower, materials, and money would literally 'break-the-bank'.  There were no good reasons for China to invade Taiwan and General Jiang knew this as did his entire general staff.

Xi did not agree.  He cited that the numerological, astrological, and coincidental calendar dates were superimposed and were omens of victory.  He felt convinced that 'the stars were right' for this 'once in a thousand-year opportunity'.  His astrologers have always helped him in all major decisions.  Add to this the fact that all of these supernatural occurrences centered on China's National Day [their 4th of July].  Extremely superstitious, Xi was bent on this time to invade Taiwan and still blames General Jiang taking away this 'golden opportunity for greatness'.

Had he succeeded, Xi could have rallied the people around a war and also claim credit for finally bringing Taiwan back into the fold, the reunification dream of nearly everyone in China.  Now Xi finds himself in more trouble than ever.

Virtually every one of China's 123 major cities has experienced large protests and even rioting daily as a result of Xi's unfounded and draconian lockdowns.

See this: https://nypost.com/2022/11/27/fury-over-chinas-insane-endless-covid-lockdowns-exposes-president-xi/

China is a nation in turmoil and that turmoil has risen to the level of political chaos not only in the far-flung city of Urumqi in the west, but in the Eastern cities of Shanghai and Shenzhen.  Across the land, citizens have lost patience with unwarranted and illogical lockdowns.  No medical or statistical evidence supports any of these lockdowns and other 'Zero Covid Policy' actions.

There are millions of Chinese on 'house arrest' and locked into their homes.

For one elderly woman to survive, her children phone for food delivery as she is not free to even enter the hallway outside her door.  The 'White Suit Gang' is everywhere.  [The White Suit Gang refers to health workers decked out in white level 2 garments who patrol the buildings, hallways, yards and streets making sure people comply with rules that no apply].

Even members of the Chinese led media have begun to subtly question the validity of Xi's 'Zero Covid' policies.  Even the military has refused to respond to the violence despite Xi's commands.  Thank you, General Jiang, for your resistance to Xi's idea of crowd control.  In the words of General Jiang himself, "We do not need another Tiananmen."

What lies in wait remains a mystery.  Xi's government still controls all major media of the western world as well as China's own.  Xi still controls the World Health Organization as well as America's ruling Democrat Party.  With military options more or less off the table, expect a media onslaught as never before seen.




Look for the absolute enemies of Xi such as Hu Jin Tao and even Donald John Trump to come under fire from the media as never before.  Xi's greatest fear now is a Donald Trump presidency in 2024.  Xi's plans were delivered a severe blow when President Trump assumed office in 2016.  He was put off balance and lost nearly all momentum.  Trump had beaten Xi and his plans to a stand-still.

Try, if you can, to open your ears and minds to what is going on around you.  Realize that the media always targets people who pose a threat either direct or indirect to Xi's China Dream.


"You can always judge a man by the quality of his enemies."

-- Oscar Wilde --


Act accordingly.  Vote your conscience.  Read and listen to all sides.  Make your decision and stick with it.  Take whatever action you must to ensure the stability and future of the republic.

I'm Max, and that's the way I see it!

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