The War Against ISIS: Enter China

THE WAR AGAINST ISIS: ENTER CHINA
Source: GizaDeathStar.com
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
July 15, 2016

Several blogs ago, I don’t even remember how long, it may have been weeks, months, or even over a year, I made the speculation that China would inevitably send troops into the Middle East, in an effort to stabilize the region. After all, one cannot be planning silk roads and a dramatic infrastructure expansion in Central Asia without it. Mr. S.C. sent this article along, and it now appears China is set to do so, much to the horrified – according to the article – spectators in Washington:

http://yournewswire.com/pentagon-stunned-as-thousands-of-chinese-troops-enter-isis-war/embed/?wmode=transparent#?secret=VM9yCBI2aX

There’s two things I want to draw attention to in this article, and the first is this:

Most critical to China in entering this war, this report continues, is the “grave” national security threat it faces from both the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/Daesh) and Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MIT)—and as, perhaps, best described by the noted award winning American military-intelligence journalist Seymour M. Hersh who in his latest article warned of this threat by stating:

“China, an ally of [Syrian leader] Assad has committed more than $30 billion to postwar reconstruction in Syria. China, too, is worried about the Islamic State. China regards the Syrian crisis from three perspectives: international law and legitimacy; global strategic positioning; and the activities of jihadist Uighurs, from Xinjiang province in China’s far west.

This puts it better and more succinctly than anyone else could, including me: China’s role in its Asia project is threatened by Islamic terrorism, which in turn, as readers of my blogs and books will recall, is largely a Western-sponsored creation when viewed through the spectacles of history. In a word, China knows this, and in a sense, the West’s sponsorship of these groups could also be viewed from the perspective of a larger geopolitical struggle between the West and China. Most interestingly, as I blogged in a previous article, Russia and China would impose essentially a kind of “westphalian peace” on the region.

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Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.