The United Nations and its top leaders have openly embraced the Communist Chinese dictatorship's widely criticized “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR) initiative, which analysts have warned is an effort to further expand Beijing's totalitarian influence far outside of China's borders. Other globalist organizations such as the International Monetary Fund and World Bank praised the scheme, too. Brutal dictatorships and tyrants around the world are also lining up to join the party. And unfortunately for opponents of communism, globalism, and tyranny, even some Western governments and companies are hopping on the OBOR bandwagon. But the truth is trickling out.
At a gathering this week in Beijing, representatives from some 100 governments and dictatorships gathered to learn about the OBOR and how they might benefit from it. Officially, the Chinese scheme, formally known as the “Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road,” is a “win-win” plan to expand trade across Eurasia and into Africa by building new infrastructure such as roads, rail, and ports. “We have no intention to intervene in the affairs of other countries or to export our social system,” the mass-murdering communist dictator of mainland China, Xi Jinping, told attendees. Xi (shown above with UN boss Antonio Guterres) called the OBOR the “project of the century” during a round-table with the leaders of the UN, the World Bank, and the IMF.
But in reality, more than a few analysts have pointed out that it is a dangerous plot to export Communist Chinese influence around the world. Of course, Beijing's “New Silk Road” and the new “Maritime Silk Road” being developed will also be used to peddle the regime's goods, manufactured by China's vast armies of practically slave laborers in regime-controlled “companies” using technology stolen from Western firms and taxpayers. But the real agenda is much deeper than hawking Chinese-made junk — it is exporting the deadly “ideology” of communism with “Chinese characteristics” that globalists and tyrants everywhere, from the late David Rockefeller and George Soros to Raul Castro and Vladimir Putin, are so fond of praising.
Aside from the fact that numerous important UN agencies are now led by Communist Chinese agents and their allies, it seems the UN's affection for the regime's Belt and Road scheme stems, at least in part, from its links to the UN Agenda 2030. That scheme, also known as the “Sustainable Development Goals,” or SDGs, represents a road-map to global totalitarianism and unlimited government powers. And as The New American and other sources have documented extensively, the totalitarian regime in Beijing boasted through its propaganda organs that it played a “crucial role” in developing the UN agenda.
Speaking at the OBOR summit in Beijing on May 14, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres showered praise on the Communist Chinese scheme and its nexus with the UN Agenda 2030. “While the Belt and Road Initiative and the 2030 Agenda are different in their nature and scope, both have sustainable development as the overarching objective,” explained Guterres, with “sustainable development” serving as code words for centralizing and expanding coercive controls over humanity. “Both aim to deepen connectivity across countries and regions: connectivity in infrastructure, trade, finance, policies and, perhaps most important of all, among peoples.”
The “connectivity” theme is crucial, with “connectivity” in policy, as touted by Guterres, representing the harmonization and globalization of governance. Basically, Guterres and the globalist establishment behind him hope to see policy making migrating away from local self-government and even nation states, and toward global institutions such as the UN where dictators and the establishment reign supreme. The UN Agenda 2030 and its 17 “Sustainable Development Goals” make that clear, too, demanding everything from national and international socialism to wealth redistribution and globalist indoctrination of all children masquerading as “education.”
Guterres was proud of it all. “Those 17 Goals can guide the policies and actions under the Belt and Road towards true sustainable development,” said Guterres, the former head of the Socialist International global alliance of totalitarian political parties collectively responsible for millions of murders. “The Belt and road Initiative is rooted in a shared vision for global development. Indeed, China is a central pillar of multilateralism.” Multilateralism is simply another term for globalism — the replacing of self-government and national sovereignty with rule by globalist, unaccountable institutions.
The UN boss, a proud socialist, even praised the mass-murdering Chinese dictatorship, which continues to harvest body organs from political and religious dissidents, for its role in creating the UN Agenda 2030 and pushing global governance. “China played a key role in shaping the 2030 Agenda,” he admitted, calling the scheme one of the past decade's “signal achievements” in international diplomacy. “China has also launched several major initiatives, from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and increased support for United Nations peacekeeping, to a combination of new funds aiming at strengthening both peace and prosperity.”
Guterres, who helped oversee the influx of millions of Third World Islamic migrants to the West at the UN “refugee” bureaucracy before taking on his current post, also hit on the “multi-polar” world order theme, signaling an end to U.S. dominance of global governance and the shift to more international power for Third World dictatorships. “This wide-ranging engagement is more necessary than ever today,” he said. “Our world is multipolar. But that by itself is no guarantee of prosperity and peace. A multipolar world needs multilateral cooperation to face common threats and seize shared opportunities.”
And despite the fact that the regime enslaving mainland China has murdered more human beings than any other government in all of recorded history, the UN is more than willing to help further expand Communist Chinese power across Asia, Africa, and Europe. “The United Nations system stands ready to travel this road with you in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and to fulfill our promise to leave no one behind,” Guterres declared, with the reference to “leave no one behind” coming straight from the radical UN Agenda 2030 scheme for global governance.
Outside the UN, Chinese propaganda and espionage services were hard at work for weeks trumpeting global support for the regime's Belt and Road scheme. “Breathless state-run coverage portrayed the Belt and Road Initiative as having near limitless potential to remake the world, with China — and Xi — at its center,” reported Bloomberg. “State television showed Xi and his celebrity wife, Peng Liyuan, receiving Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and other heads of state, while top diplomats such as U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond paraded on stage to praise the president’s program.”
However, beyond totalitarian-minded foreign rulers, there were plenty of crony “capitalists” and “useful idiots,” as Lenin referred to them, willing to embrace the scheme as well. So desperate for finding more endorsements was the regime's propaganda ministry that Xinhua, a state-run propaganda megaphone that doubles as an intelligence front, even touted the backing of the controversial Marxist-linked La Rouche movement. “The Belt and Road Initiative is the most important strategic initiative on the planet,” Helga Zepp-LaRouche, president of La Rouche's Schiller Institute, told the regime's mouthpiece. “It not only brings economic prosperity to all participating countries, but also serves as a true basis for a peace order for the 21st century.”
Leading Communist Chinese functionaries also touted the scheme in the Western media. “The plan is to lead the new globalization 2.0,” Director General Cao Wenlian with the International Cooperation Center of the National Development and Reform Commission was quoted as saying by the New York Times, which misleadingly called the center “a group dedicated to the initiative” instead of properly identifying it as an arm of the communist regime. The Times, which has a long history of shilling for communist autocrats, called OBOR a Chinese program for “creating new markets for the country’s [regime-owned] construction companies and exporting its model of state-led development.” State-led development is how globalists and socialists now refer to government control of the economy.
Aside from the New York Times, which famously touted mass-murdering communist dictator Fidel Castro as a freedom fighter before he took over, and infamously attempted to conceal the horrific Soviet genocide of millions of Ukrainians, numerous other propaganda mouthpieces for the Western globalist establishment have also been shamelessly touting OBOR. Writing in the globalist Financial Times, for example, Beijing's ambassador to Britain was allowed to unabashedly promote the scheme as if it were just a harmless plan to help everybody succeed. “It is a public product for the good of the whole world,” he said.
In a troubling sign of things to come, the regime has even recruited Western “journalists” to make pro-OBOR propaganda, aimed at young children. Already, the dictatorship operates a comprehensive communist indoctrination program for Chinese children under the guise of providing “education.” But increasingly, even Western children and other foreigners are being targeted with Beijing's propaganda. In a series produced by state-owned communist mouthpiece China Daily, American journalist Erik Nilsson, who works for the regime, explains to his young daughter why OBOR will be so wonderful, in a skit playfully made to seem like a bed-time story.
Despite campaigning to rein in the brutal regime and its economic scheming, not to mention globalism more broadly, even Trump sent a senior official to the OBOR festivities in Beijing over the weekend. At first, a lower-level bureaucrat from the U.S. Commerce Department was supposed to go, according to media reports. However, that was later changed, with the Trump administration sending National Security Council senior director for Asia Matthew Pottinger instead. Establishment-minded analysts said the decision was a sign that the White House was seeking warm relations with China's brutal dictator by honoring his scheme to remake global trade.
As this magazine has documented for years, the brutal regime in China is being groomed by Western globalists to play a much more significant role on the world stage. In fact, it will hold a key role in the anticipated “New World Order” being promoted by bigwigs from Beijing and Havana to Washington, D.C., and London. Indeed, the dictatorship not only no longer conceals its globalist ambitions for world leadership, it openly proclaims them. Just recently, for example, Chinese state-run propaganda organs made a big splash about the regime's new “School of Global Governance” in Beijing to train legions of communist agents for jobs in the UN and other globalist organs of “global governance.”
Beijing is hoping to secure much of the funding for its OBOR scheme from Western taxpayers via the World Bank, the IMF, the UN, the Asian Development Bank, and other sources funded by Americans. The senior leaders of those globalist entities, which include multiple Communist Chinese agents, seem more than willing to hand over your money for the project, estimated to cost $1 trillion or more. And unfortunately, Western governments, including the Trump administration, have shown signs of being willing to embrace the scheme. The American people should insist that no U.S. tax money be spent helping the most murderous regime to ever curse the planet in its bid to export its totalitarian rule outside its borders.
Photo of UN boss Antonio Guterres with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping at the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing: AP Images