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

Albert Einstein











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,)

Mao of course the tyrant that would change China beyond recognition from its 5000 year history, he would oversee the implementation of the one child policies put forward by Dr Song Jian who was the winner of the coveted Albert Einstein Award in 1987.

Systems control specialist, Song Jian worked for China’s state-owned defence industry while visiting Europe in 1978, Song happened to learn about the application of systems analysis theory by European scientists to the study of population problems with a great success.

According to him, British scientists contended that Britain’s population of 56 million had greatly exceeded the sustaining capacity of ecosystem of the United Kingdom. They argued Britain’s population should be gradually reduced to 30 million, namely, a reduction by nearly 50% . . . I was extremely excited about these documents and determined to try the method of demography.(3)

When Song Jian returned to China, he regurgitated the simulation’s scary scenarios of ecological devastation, applying these specifically to China :

The vegetable cover has been progressively removed so that only about 12 per cent is forested . . . the grass-cover, too, has been shrinking each year and the deserts have tended to expand . . . These developments are threatening ultimately to destroy the ecosystem which supports human life.

SongSong drew a similar conclusion: The capacity of the land . . . does not permit excessive increases in population. This is quite obvious.(4) He reinforced his rhetoric with eye-catching charts showing China’s population remaining low for 4,000 years, then spiking up terrifyingly to 1 billion by 1980.(5) No mention was made of dramatic declines in the birth rate in the seventies. For a deeper insight to the minds behind the promotion of such sophistry we look at some of the receivers of the Albert Einstein Award : The Albert Einstein Award (sometimes mistakenly called the Albert Einstein Medal because it was accompanied by a gold medal) was an award in theoretical physics that was established to recognise high achievement in the natural sciences. It was endowed by the Lewis and Rosa Strauss Memorial Fund in honour of Albert Einstein’s 70th birthday. It was first awarded in 1951 and included a prize money of $15,000, which was later reduced to $5,000. The winner was selected by a committee (the first of which consisted of Einstein, Oppenheimer, von Neumann and Weyl) of the Institute for Advanced Study, which administered the award.

This award should not be confused with many others named after the famous physicist, such as the Albert Einstein World Award of Science given by the World Cultural Council (since 1984), the Albert Einstein Medal given by the Albert Einstein Society (since 1979), nor with the Hans Albert Einstein Award, named after his son and given by the American Society of Civil Engineers (since 1988). It was established much earlier than these, when Einstein was still alive and was a professor at the Institute for Advanced Study. It has been called the highest of its kind in the United States by TheNew York Times. Some considered it as the prestigious equivalent of a Nobel Prize.

AEC chairman Lewis Strauss (at right) confers with President EisenhowerLewis L. Strauss is an extremely well connected individual indeed born in Charleston, West Virginia January 31, 1896  January 21, 1974) (pronounced straws) was an American businessman, philanthropist, public official, and naval officer. He was a major figure in the development of nuclear weapons and nuclear power in the U.S.Strauss was the driving force in the hearings, held in April 1954 before a United States Atomic Energy Commission Personnel Security Board, in which J. Robert Oppenheimer‘s security clearance was revoked.

In 1917 World War I was raging in Europe, and Herbert Hoover was head of the Committee for Relief in Belgium (CRB). Strauss volunteered to serve without pay as Hoover’s assistant. Strauss worked hard and well, and soon was promoted to Hoover’s private secretary, a post in which he made powerful contacts that would serve him later on. His service with the CRB lasted till 1919.

Strauss himself became a man of influence: acting on behalf of a representative of Finland, he persuaded Hoover to urge President Woodrow Wilson to recognise Finland’s independence from Russia.

Besides the CRB and its successor, the American Relief Administration, Strauss worked with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JJDC) to relieve the suffering of Jewish refugees, who were often neglected by other bodies. The poor treatment of Polish and Russian Jews that Strauss witnessed instilled in him a powerful anti-Communist sentiment. At the JJDC, Strauss came to the attention of Felix M. Warburg, a partner in the investment bank Kuhn, Loeb & Co. in New York.
Warburg brought Strauss to Kuhn Loeb, where he became a full partner in 1929 and was active in the firm until 1941. During this period Strauss became wealthy.

Strauss on Nuclear power September 16 1954 : too cheap to meter

Strauss also became a leader in Jewish causes and organisations. For instance, in 1933 he was a member of the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Committee. However, he was not a Zionist and opposed the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine. He instead supported assimilation of Jews as equal citizens of the nations where they lived. He recognised the brutality of governments like Nazi Germany; in 1938 he joined with Hoover and Bernard Baruch (handler to Winston Churchill) in supporting the establishment of a refugee state in Africa as a safe haven for all persecuted people, not just Jews.

You will note the above extract from wiki he is said to have acquired a strong anti-communist sentiment which is rather strange given the uber expression of communism, outshining the Russian communism as bad as that was, would be China under Mao.

Such is the elite level of this grouping of global players, then it makes sense that the agenda of the Lewis and Rosa Strauss Memorial Fund has not and will not change from the aims of its role in the great work, and like the deception played against MI6 agents, exposed by Dr John Coleman whereby they in Africa believed they were fighting the communist agenda, when in fact they were implementing it, is a deception found in the presented fact Strauss was not a Zionist when the evidence is clear that Israel although founded by Zionist’s was funded by those who had declared themselves non-Zionist.

Upon such information we can conclude that to receive an accolade from the Albert Einstein Award as Song Jian did in 1987, then his work is in synchronicity with the real agenda of such eminent men of history as presented in the above information.

The UN biography of Song Jian has the following to say :

Dr. Song Jian (China) Vice-Chairman, the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, and President of the Chinese Academy of Engineering

Dr. Song is one of the major science and technology policy makers in China. He, serving as Chairman of the Science-Technology Commission of China in the capacity of Vice-Premier (1985-1998), initiated the reform and opening up of S & T policy across the country. Currently, he is Vice-Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, and President of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. He holds a degree in Engineering and a Ph.D. (Candidate of Science) from MBTY, Moscow, and a Doctor of Science Degree from the Moscow National Technical University. He is a member of China’s Academy of Sciences and a foreign member of the National Academy of Engineering (US), Russian Academy of Sciences, Swedish Royal Academy of Technical Sciences (IVA), and others.

Over the last four decades he has made significant contributions to an array of disciplines. Dr. Song led the program design and the launching and positioning of the country’s first telecommunications satellites. He was responsible for initiating and conducting the nation’s Sparks Program, which aimed at alleviating rural poverty and developing rural/township enterprises throughout China. He has also initiated and guided the nation’s Torch Program, which spearheaded the development of high tech industries through the establishment of 53 science parks across China.

Dr. Song has authored, co-authored, or edited 11 books and has written and published approximately one hundred scientific articles. He has received numerous National Awards on Contribution to Science-Technology development and accomplishments in Engineering Sciences and Mathematics. He has also received the Albert Einstein Award (1987), which is the highest recognition by the International Association for Mathematical Modelling for individual science achievements.

Further Study
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China’s One-Child Policy and Western Population Control
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