Look who Farrell brings up in that Babylon’s Banksters book – 李
I wonder if there’s a further subspecies within the Hakka themselves, yellow “Sephardis”. Honestly I was wondering earlier about the rangordnung of languages to learn and Chinese might be most practical given how doomed the west is. All these crossovers are fun- translating Persian to help prepare the Chinese for (further) invasion by the Li’s of the west. Xi saying that the Kadoories have always been China’s friends is at least some evidence of ketman already going on there.
At first I was wondering if the Radhanites of Khazaria took their Babylonian knowledge of banking and finance to the Li’s, and looking at this it possibly could have been the other way around
Paper bills were first used by the Chinese, who started carrying folding money during the Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618-907) — mostly in the form of privately issued bills of credit or exchange notes — and used it for more than 500 years before the practice began to catch on in Europe in the 17th century.
The Li clan secretly funds books about the clans of the west in order to distract people from them? It’s possibre.
So far in this book, Farrell is showing how a Li manipulated Wall Street using a mathematical formula that caused the 2008 financial crisis.
Idea for an alternate-history novel
I’ve seen various non-westerners make this claim now, that China was the main superpower prior to the Opium Wars. Would “Li” be who we think of as “Rothschild” today if they hadn’t played dirty in that way?
I showed you those wacky historigraphies from China and Russia, the one that says that the Renaissance was engineered and stolen from Chinese texts, or the other that says that written history is only 1200 years old that that chess grandmaster believed. I don’t have a strong conviction about these one way or the other, I just wonder what people are capable of if they have controlled the financial system for centuries, possibly since the Fertile Crescent.
Read it for yourself if you want, this is the first page of that Farrell book, pretty enticing
He has lots of books in this “genre”, and they tend to be like 400 pages, and usually persuasive. He has the rhetoric of a dramatist too so it’s fun to read.
I wonder if they work together with the “CIA” in the drugs and guns trade or against them
For me it always goes back to ideology. I’m trying to see why people believe what they believe. And often the best way to explain that is to see how the opinion-orchestrators are funded. Just so you don’t think these are some idle musings. Does the Li clan work with the CIA, i.e. is the Li clan partially responsible for our state religion?
Is there a Li that can do this to Xi?
Can a “Warburg” do that to a Li, or vice versa?
Yeah this book is good, not many like Farrell out there – these “Allies” remind me of certain people today
Keep making excuses for yourselves, I know what you are.