Having lots of internet problems since Saturday. just as Globalists open new media front against China, exploit its key vulnerability, lack of good global media

The Globalist private banker cartel seem to have opened a new pysch op, propaganda front against their number one enemy China with its state central bank and booming economy by linking China and Hong Kong with fascist Globalsit regimes in Spain and Chile.

They have identified China's lack of media as a vulnerability which they may well focus on exploiting to stoke hostility against China and pressure it to surrender its state central bank, called "state industrial subsidies".

Globalist controlled Zerohedge has correctly identified China's weakeness as its lack of  international media, social media and digital power  to win hearts and minds.


As I showed in my previous posts, the few influential international channels that China does have to promote its message such as Hu Xijin's twitter feed actually promote the Globalist agenda of isolating China by alienating an international audience by associating it with historical, fascist regimes in Spain and Chile.

My thinking is China should prioritize the establishment of an international media, social platforms and digital power to communicate to people around the world directly and without having its message distorted or suppressed by the Western media

China could use its many, very well qualified Chinese Americans, Australians, Canadians etc to run a new  media, offering factual information and analysis on the Globalists, the private banks etc, the NWO, the domoinant narrative of the world in 2019.

Very insightful analysis from Zerohedge

China: Is the second most powerful economic nation on the planet yet it does not project much power outside of its borders, however within itself it has very solid control.


Now let’s compare this Hard Power layout and compare it to maps of the digital world (an aspect of Soft Power) to see if the picture looks any different starting with the most popular search engine/most visited site.

Although the infographics are a bit conflicting we yet again see an overall tendency of the world being swallowed up by NATO with China hiding behind its Great Firewall and Russia trying to project itself at least over lost territory. It should also be noted that Iran and North Korea also seem very defiant when it comes to social networks. Again these maps seem to line up with our Hard Power world layout.

If we take a look at global online content then we see another correlation, that Russians are very proud of.

What can we take home from all of this?

Although it is possible that these tendencies are just coincidence or bad data, it would seem that there is a real correlation between Hard Power plus the geopolitical landscape of the world we live in and the Soft Power/digital landscape.

This could mean that if geopolitical victories in the traditional sense are reflected by the digital landscape then it could possibly be true that victories on the digital landscape should begin to affect the real traditional geopolitical map of the world. Meaning that the digital front should get no less attention and funding than the hard power physical front.

It is important for the survival of the emerging great powers of Russia and China to understand that their Media/Digital presence is apparently just as crucial to their survival as their military one. If we look at the internet we see a slowly collapsing yet still Monopolar World with two rising key challengers (and a few other outliers with limited power but the desire for freedom). Shattering the Monopolar state of affairs is in theory far cheaper, easier and less risky in the digital space. If Russia and China truly want a Multipolar world, the key front is probably on the Grand Online Chessboard of Digital Media and that is exactly where they need invest in their futures. This investment must include everything from search engines, online TV/video content to even video games, programs and operating systems.