Tag: China

In Profile : definition monarchy

In short the following thesis aims to show there are two types of idea of a monarch, each based upon a particular understanding of the deity they worship. One example, and the example from the time of the pre-flood antediluvian era called Shemsu Hor, retains absolute power for the established priesthood through a front or proxy monarch, the second holds love as the ultimate ideal. From the two classifications of deity we shall discuss, on the one hand is born a complete and total dictatorship, fixed like a merry go round which of its own will cannot escape itself, and secondly, a system in which rights and the protection of the individual are absolute for the establishment and the nation as a whole. I believe they are building Shemsu Hor again on the landmass Antarctica which means they are readying for another great catastrophe.

A I, media, China employ first robot weather presenter

A Chinese news channel has employed an artificial intelligence robot as a weather reporter on its live breakfast show, raising concerns among the country’s journalists as they foresee a threat their jobs. More worryingly for local Chinese reporters, the threat to their careers may dwarf the one faced by their peers in other countries like US where robots are employed to write the news, because China has only state controlled media.

Chinese strategist : China should break up India into 20-30 states

A Chinese strategist contends that Beijing should break up India into 20-30 independent states with the help of friendly countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. The publication of the article nearly coincided with the 13th round of India-China border talks in New Delhi, on a positive note, with Beijing emphasising the need to build strategic trust and elevate strategic partnership to a new level to include coordination on global issues.

Einstein, the Dali Lama, Mao, Dr Song Jian, and China’s one child policy

On the morning of 24 June 2012 live on the Andrew Marr show, we saw and heard the Dali Lama explain how Chairman Mao saw the Dali Lama as his son, even using his own chopsticks to take food from Mao’s bowl to fee the lama. It was also clear the lama reciprocated the relationship.
(The Dali Lama is said to be a puppet for Maurice Strong the Environmental Guru,)