Mao's Prussian origin deserves its own article. However, it is an important part of the development of the ReichsWEF and should therefore be understood in this context. Like the success of the Bolshevik revolution, Mao's rise was not a popular movement at all. It was a carefully nurtured program implemented over many decades to produce the world's most valuable raw material; slaves.
Do you remember in Prussian Origins of Skull and Bones,, the secret society was founded in 1832 by William Huntington Russell after his return from the University of Berlin. His cousin, Samuel Russell, was an extremely successful opium dealer in China. Samuel took part in the Opium Wars and teamed up with Russel Sturgis, a man who would later run the mighty Barings Bank. More than a third of Barings' capital was used to finance the slave trade.
Yale is the home of Skull and Bones and, unsurprisingly, has a very long relationship with China, dating back to a few years after Skull and Bones was founded.
Sometime in 1901-1906, Yale established schools and hospitals in China. This was collectively known as “Yale in China”. It is alleged that these schools were set up as intelligence-gathering operations, which made sense since Yale's Bonesmen operated at the highest level of government. The most surprising aspect of this, however, was the connection Yale in China would have with a man who would rise as the supreme dictator of China: Mao Tse Tung.
In 1972, Professor Jonathan Spence discovered Mao's connection to Yale.
Yale in China was heavily influenced by 'Skull and Bones' members.
Reuben Holden, another Bonesmen and China celebrity, compiled the history of the 'Yale in China' Association from 1901-1951. He was also the husband of GHW Bush's cousin and headed Yale's secretariat from 1953-1971. The book provides tremendous insight into Yale's influence in China during this period.
The Chinese Civil War that broke out between Mao and Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek was a protracted affair, and America carefully played on both sides of the conflict. The involvement of Bonesmen agents is incredible. What is important to understand for the purposes of the ReichsWEF is the degree of infiltration that had taken place in China and that Mao was aligned with Americans who would ultimately use China's future woes to their advantage.
These Americans would not seek to empower America, but rather empower and enrich the organization to whom they all pledged their "higher loyalty." This would become apparent in 1971, when the man who inspired the ReichsWEF made a secret visit to China. This man was Henry Kissinger.
From 1950-1971, Mao managed to kill more than 100 million Chinese civilians through starvation, execution and finally a cultural cleansing. The Chinese people were left destitute, reduced to nothing more than government-sponsored slaves.
During this period, some Americans enjoyed Mao's hospitality. Anna Louise Strong was an American journalist who supported Mao and eventually settled in China and developed a friendship with the murderous communist dictator.
Her cousin, Maurice Strong, pictured above with Anna and Mao, led the attack on the 1992 Earth Summit and laid the foundation for the current climate change movement. Finally, after judicial investigation into his participation in the Iraqi “Oil for Food” scandal, Maurice decided to settle permanently in Beijing
Maurice Strong was just one of many dubious characters with deep ties to China. However, Henry Kissinger was the man who would coordinate and instigate the rise of China and the collapse of the West.
End of part 1 “The Prussia” and the ReichsWEF.