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The People’s Bank of China is the Chinese...

The People’s Bank of China is the Chinese
central bank and holds more financial assets than
any other single public institution in the world.
The State Administration for Foreign Exchange
manages the foreign exchange reserves for the
Chinese central bank, which exceeds $3 trillion.
To put this into perspective the next in size to
China is Japan, which manages foreign exchange
reserves in excess of $1 trillion. The size of
Chinese reserves is disclosed but the
composition of the reserves is less transparent.



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  • The United States of China:America for SaleChris MartinInfowars.comMay 22, 2012The People’s Bank of China is the Chinesecentral bank and holds more financial assets thanany other single public institution in the world.The State Administration for Foreign Exchangemanages the foreign exchange reserves for theChinese central bank, which exceeds $3 trillion.To put this into perspective the next in size toChina is Japan, which manages foreign exchangereserves in excess of $1 trillion. The size ofChinese reserves is disclosed but thecomposition of the reserves is less transparent.The composition of the Chinese foreignexchange reserves is regarded as a statesecret. However, reports from the Bank forInternational Settlements suggest that UnitedStates assets represent 60-70 percent of theChinese reserves. This lack of diversificationhas been costly to China as the U.S. dollar(Federal Reserve note) depreciates. As an example, between 2003 and 2004 the Chinese lost morethan $60 billion in asset value due to dollar depreciation.The private Federal Reserve controls the American money supply through lending to banks,individuals, and the government. The U.S. Treasury prints and sells bonds (loans with interest) knownas T-bills to the general public, foreign countries, and back to the Federal Reserve. The private FederalReserve creates electronic fiat currency from thin air to purchase the Treasury bonds and holds thesebonds as reserves. For every dollar of reserves it creates another nine dollars for circulation in thenation’s banks to lend again to businesses and individuals. Thus, the money supply is constantlydepreciated and the national debt is perpetually expanded – a scheme concocted by the banker carteland sold to the American public as the natural business cycle.As a result of depreciation and floundering American credit ratings, China has sought to hold othercurrencies and asset classes. This strain on Sino-American relations undoubtedly is the reason we are now hearing the bombshell news that the United States Treasury, for the first time in history, is directly selling government bonds to a foreign government. This means the central bank of China now has an exclusive purchasing arrangement not available to any other central bank in the world.
  • Even Japan who maintains a substantial andconsistent purchasing portfolio of United Statesbonds must still use Wall Street banks designated bythe government as primary dealers. The reportsdisclosing this ultra-secret relationship suggest Chinanow has a direct computer link to the U.S. Treasuryauction system. No public announcement was madeand no warnings were given to primary Treasurydealers. To be clear, no law exists that forbids such anarrangement, but this monopoly arrangement remainsexclusively available to China.The implications of this arrangement are significant.Unlike the privately held Federal Reserve run by asecret international banking cartel, the UnitedTreasury is a government entity and all sucharrangements should have a Congressional blessing. China is essentially skirting price gouging thatoccurs as primary dealers have historically exploited Chinese purchasing patterns. It is clear that Chinais now enjoying a favored client status given its massive investments in United States Treasury bonds.This is not new for the Treasury as it regularly ignores its public service role. In 2009, the Treasury gotcaught when it secretly changed the rules for Chinese Treasury purchases, only to subsequently relaxand amend the rule under Chinese pressure. The Treasury is still operating under a veil of secrecy andremains unresponsive to efforts to disclose this new dangerous relationship. Wall Street traders are veryaware of a phantom trader in the auction of Treasuries due to undeniable pricing anomalies. TheTreasury is undoubtedly scrambling to craft language palatable for the American investing public toswallow.The implications of this arrangement are undeniable. First, a Treasury that believes it has theright to act secretly is dangerous, but also represents expanding collusion with its secretiveFederal Reserve master. Second, the current astronomical holding of U.S. debt by China is anational security risk, in the sense that if it decided to sell its holdings it would collapse themarket and send interest rates sky high. Third, the direct access mechanism does not promotetransparency, perverts capitalism and provides China with unilateral economic leverage that itcould unleash to invoke an economic war.This relationship is sold to the public as a necessary symbiosis. The Chinese sell goods to America andpark the dollars they earn back in America by purchasing U.S. Treasuries. What is not discussed is thefact that this perpetually expands the national debt in an attempt to artificially keep interest rates low.The biggest part of this scam is the fact that the private Federal Reserve electronically creates piles ofmoney that causes inflation, a hidden tax on all Americans’ present wealth.It remains difficult to locate any Federal Reserve cartel member or Treasury official to comment on thisstory, as it is a highly sensitive topic due to the blatant perversion of capitalism, American sovereignty,and resulting national security risk. Make no mistake, what is being conjured up here is the collapse ofboth the American economy and the Chinese central bank to ensure they both line up at theinternational banker trough and accept a one world currency and government.
  • AMC Buyout Part of ChineseTakeover of MediaPaul Joseph WatsonInfowars.comMonday, May 21, 2012Beijing aiming to project its “soft power”Chinese company Wanda has announced itwill buy AMC, the second-largest theaterchain in the USA, increasing fears that theChinese Communist Party is expanding itsinfluence globally as part of a mediatakeover. “Beijing is investing heavily inprojecting its “soft power,” or culturalinfluence, by boosting Chinese statemedia’s presence abroad, including theUSA, where the Chinese government hasalso run advertisements in New York’sTimes Square,” reports USA Today.Wanda’s acquisition of AMC increasesconcerns that Chinese-style censorship ofpolitically controversial movies may become commonplace in the United States.“We have no plan whatsoever to promote Chinese movies in the U.S. market,” said Wang Jianlin,Chairman and President of Wanda.Billionaire Jianlin, the 15th richest person in China according to Forbes, is also a “Communist Partymember, who sits on the nation’s top advisory council.”However, box office money from the Chinese market is already influencing movie industry titans inAmerica to tone down negative portrayals of China itself.During the 2009 production of Red Dawn, a re-make of the 1984 classic which featured Soviet troopsinvading America, producers changed the identity of the villains after initially having agreed to portraythe bad guys as Chinese troops. When distributors became nervous about the film harming profits from Chinese movie-goers, MGM decided to ditch Chinese soldiers in favor of North Korean invaders. “As a result, the filmmakers now are digitally erasing Chinese flags and military symbols from “Red Dawn,” substituting dialogue and altering the film to depict much of the invading force as being from North Korea, an isolated country where American media companies have no dollars at stake,” reported the L.A. Times.
  • Despite being in the can for years, the movie hasbeen delayed and will only be released at the endof this year – absent the Chinese troops.“Around the time MGM first delayed the releaseof Red Dawn, a Chinese newspaper called theGlobal Times expressed concerns that the filmwould demonize their state and its citizens (thanksin part to certain leaked images from the set).Evidently, this may have been a factor in scaringoff potential distributors who were apprehensiveabout what effect their involvement with the filmwould have on future dealings with China,” writesChris Schrader.Undue Chinese Communist Party influence on theU.S. movie industry and the media in general is just one of numerous sectors where concern is growingabout the authoritarian country’s projection of its “soft power.”In 2010, China launched CNC, a global news channel run by Xinhua, the state news agency. Thelaunch was seen as a test of “Beijing’s ability to adjust its propaganda machine.” The Obama administration recently gave Beijing the green light to buy up U.S. oil and gas deposits worth billions of dollars, with the companies involved mostly or wholly owned by the ruling Communist Party.