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TiM GW Bulletin 99/3-1

Mar. 5, 1999

Why Not Outsource U.S. Foreign Policy to Beijing?

China Kicks U.N. Butt, American Troops, Out of Macedonia

But Clinton Vows to Stay On, Under a Different Fig Leaf


PHOENIX, Feb. 27 - With a single stroke of its diplomatic pen, China blocked the deployment of the U.N. troops in Macedonia on Thursday (Feb. 25), sending the 350 American troops packing, a part of the 1,100-member U.N. "peacekeeping" force which has been in Macedonia since June 1993.

The reason for China's U.N. Security Council veto? FRY Macedonia, a struggling Balkan state, invented by George Soros and his globalist State Department pals after the Cold War despite Greece's objections, recently went for a cash-for-embassy deal. It took $1 billion from Taiwan in return for diplomatic recognition.

"No go," said the Red Chinese, as they promptly broke off diplomatic relations with Macedonia. Taiwan is worth much more than that.

And so, Washington ended up with another diplomatic egg on its face, even before the Rambouillet (Kosovo) one has dried up on Bill Clinton's and Madeleine Albright's faces. The Chinese government effectively terminated the deployment of the U.S. troops, among others. The Clinton administration lamely said that the American troops may stay in Macedonia, but under a different flag. Who knows, maybe even the "stars and stripes?"

Michael New, the American soldier who refused to serve in Macedonia under the U.N. "Blue," is probably having a good chuckle right about now. It took the Chinese Red to get the U.N. Blue out, and the American Red-White-and-Blue in.

Not a bad turn of events, however bizarre. Except, of course, that no foreign troops have any business being in a sovereign country, like FRY Macedonia. Especially, since there has never been a war there, and therefore, no need for "peacekeepers." In other words, the U.N. Blue was merely a fig leaf covering the planned intervention in the neighboring Serbian province of Kosovo.

Now that China has stripped that fig leaf away, and with the NATO "extraction force" (for Kosovo observers) already in Macedonia, the whole world can see that the Macedonia deployment has been all along a preamble to an eventual NATO occupation of Kosovo. And that the upcoming act of aggression against a sovereign country and a founding U.N. member (Yugoslavia), is not some sort of a spontaneous Clinton administration's reaction to some real or made-for-TV massacre blamed on the Serbs. It is a part of the long-term New World Order strategy to snag this part of Serbia away.

(For more information on geopolitical significance of Kosovo to NATO and to New World Order's anti-Russia strategy, we suggest you search our Web site for keywords "green interstate." You will see that we predicted in November 1995, right after the Dayton Bosnia peace agreement was signed, that a "Kosovo crisis" will be next).

But, the best laid plans of NWO mice and men... seem to have been set back by Beijing. The fact that it took the Red Chinese to kick the U.N. butt out of Macedonia kind of sets us straight as to who is really wagging the Clinton administration's tail these days in global affairs. So thank you, Jiang Zemin, for making it so plain for all to see.

In another turn-about-face, Clinton's State Department virtually confirmed the above assessment. "One year after saying China had improved its human rights record, the Clinton administration today issued one of its harshest condemnations of Beijing to-date, and described some of the most serious human rights violations in recent years," the New York Times reported today (Feb. 27) in a front page story.

Funny thing, this sudden discovery of Beijing's multi-year human rights abuses, and the public disclosure by the U.S. government - one day after China's U.N. veto. You don't suppose that had something to do with Macedonia, do you?

So now that we know that the center of the universe is shifting from Washington to Beijing, why don't we just outsource our entire foreign policy establishment to China? At least based on the Macedonia example, the U.S. taxpayers may be better off.

There would be fewer Americans risking their lives in foreign adventures, and fewer taxpayers' dollars spent on overseas deployments (e.g., $2 billion per year on Bosnia, $1.5 billion to $2 billion annually on the planned Kosovo force). Nor would our national security be much worse off, since our officials have been spilling the beans to the Chinese anyway, from Henry Kissinger onward.

(Newly released transcripts of Henry Kissinger's conversations with Soviet and Chinese leaders show he repeatedly offered satellite intelligence to China in the 1970s while trying to keep the Soviet Union in the dark about the overture, according to a Jan. 10, 1999 UPI news wire report).

The Chinese would also be better off. They would not have to waste their money on buying the U.S. politicians.

Finally, Americans' prestige in the world would rise. With our foreign policy being conducted out of Beijing, there would be fewer stupid statements or moves attributed to American officials, which make the rest of us seem like morons, too.

On the other hand, even having to contemplate such ludicrous thoughts begs the question: Is Washington on the brink of madness? For, We, the People, are surely getting mad.  Damn mad.   With Washington.


For additional background information regarding the U.N. Macedonia deployment, see "Cover-up Worse Than Original Crime," TiM GW Bulletin 98/6-1, June 1, 1998, and the book, "Michael New: Mercenary or American Soldier?").

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Also, check out... "China Kicks U.N. Butt Out of Macedonia", "Japan: Reject Poisonous Anglo-American Quack Remedies", "The China Wing of the New World Order", or our  "Ode du Hong Kong" piece about HK's reverting back to China.

Or Djurdjevic's WASHINGTON TIMES columns: "Russia, IMF, and Global House of Cards""Rekindling NATO to Fuel Cold War..." or his CHRONICLES column: "Wall Street's Financial Terrorism"