Asia’s Grand Escape from Colonial Shadows

There’s been an ongoing debate about the reality of the Deep State’s decline in world influence. Some say that the Russia-China led collaboration towards multipolarity is just another scheme played on the global population by the same dominant bloodlines.

They have forgotten the fact that at the forefront of the ongoing effort to correct the system are well-trained masters of the art of war, who are capable of using the enemy’s force against it.

These reformists are living witnesses, just like the rest of us, to the cyclical false-flag-regime change game play of the Old Psychopaths. Why would they choose to collaborate with those who are only seeking the destruction of the planet, when they have the full capability to do exactly the opposite?

Asian leaderships don’t talk too much, and would rather do the work away from the glitters and the flashes of the camera — a stark contrast to the loud mouths across the hemisphere.

US Decries Chinese High-Speed Rail in Laos

China’s plans to build high-speed rail connecting Kunming in its Yunnan province with the rest of Southeast Asia are already underway. In the landlocked nation of Laos, tunnels and bridges are already under construction.

The United States has, in general, condemned China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) sweeping infrastructure programme, with US and European policy circles accusing Beijing of what they call “debt trap diplomacy.”

Quartz in an article titled, “Eight countries in danger of falling into China’s “debt trap”,” would claim:

Beijing “encourages dependency using opaque contracts, predatory loan practices, and corrupt deals that mire nations in debt and undercut their sovereignty, denying them their long-term, self-sustaining growth,” said US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on March 6. “Chinese investment does have the potential to address Africa’s infrastructure gap, but its approach has led to mounting debt and few, if any, jobs in most countries,” he added.

The report continued, stating:

Some call this “debt-trap diplomacy“: Offer the honey of cheap infrastructure loans, with the sting of default coming if smaller economies can’t generate enough free cash to pay their interest down.

While nations should protect themselves from the dangers of being indebted to foreign interests, the US and supposedly international institutions like the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank are hardly innocent of wielding debt as a geopolitical weapon themselves.

However, while some of China’s projects may be questionable, others offer tangible benefits not only for China, but for the regions they will be interlinking.

Laos’ Escape from Colonial Shadows  

The real concern in Washington, London and Brussels is regarding infrastructure projects that are successful, bringing profit and benefits to both Beijing and partner nations, allowing them to collectively move out from under centuries of Western primacy.

Before Chinese investment picked up in Laos, the capital of Vientiane was diminutive even compared to nearby Thai provincial capitals. The sports utility vehicles of US and European nongovernmental organisations could be seen driving through the small city’s streets, some of which were unpaved. Banners bearing the UN logo encouraged local residents to turn off their lights, making an already eerily dark capital even darker at night.

Campaigners funded by Western capitals attempted to obstruct earlier projects, including dams that would have created energy, expanded industrialisation, provided jobs and boosted the economy.

Over the past decade, Chinese investment has seen highways built across Laos connecting its isolated capital with its neighbours. Vientiane has seen not only an uptick in Chinese investment, but from Vietnam and Thailand as well.

The completion of a high-speed rail network connecting Kunming, China to Singapore, and passing through Vientiane, Laos, will bring even more people, goods and investments into the nation.

US Offers Only Complaining as Alternative

The US State Department’s Radio Free Asia (RFA) media front in a special titled, “China’s Fast Track to Influence: Building a Railway in Laos,” attempts to leverage America’s favourite soft power tools, namely “human rights” and “environmental issues” along with warnings of debt to cast doubts on the project.

The article claims:

The railway – which will eventually run from Kunming in southwestern China through Laos, Thailand, and Malaysia to Singapore – is a key component of China’s signature global infrastructure plan, the ambitious Belt and Road Initiative.

China is now the top investor in Laos, and Chinese companies are pouring billions of dollars into Special Economic Zones, dams, mines, and rubber plantations. Beijing hopes the aid and investment will draw the landlocked Southeast Asian nation, a former French colony with close ties to its communist mentor state Vietnam, into Beijing’s orbit.

The article also claims:

“[Laos was] left with no real alternative but to accept large-scale Chinese investment in infrastructure, even if it meant accepting the economic and political influence that comes with it,” researcher Michael Hart wrote in the Dec. 20, 2017 issue of World Politics Review. “The risk of rebuffing Beijing was too great, as sustained growth and faster development are vital to ensure the legitimacy of the ruling party.”

The supposed alternative to Chinese-built infrastructure and real, tangible progress, of course, is for Laos to continue hosting US and European NGOs attempting to create parallel institutions to run the nation with before eventually replacing the ruling political order in Vientiane with a US and European-backed client state.

Even as Laos begins to irreversibly exit from under the shadow of the West’s colonial past, the US and Europe are unable to offer any significant projects that actually provide Laos with an alternative route toward real economic progress.

RFA’s article attempts to scrutinise government compensation for residents displaced by the project and point out supposed environmental issues tied to the railway, two vectors the US has often used to impede development in nations worldwide to prevent economic progress and competition to US preeminence.

The US media is also attempting to encourage fears of a China it claims in the near future will overstep its bounds and trample its neighbours.

While China will undoubtedly win significant influence in Laos and reap benefits from its infrastructure projects across the region, other nations across Southeast Asia will as well.

The sort of primacy achieved by Europe and the US across Asia before the World Wars will be difficult, if not impossible for China to duplicate. While China does possess a powerful economy and is constructing a formidable military, the disparity in economic power and military might in the region today is not comparable to that which existed between Western colonial powers and their subjects in the past.

The technological divide that had previously granted the industrialised West its advantage over the rest of the underdeveloped world has been bridged. The same technology China is now using to drive its manufacturing and high-tech industries are also being leveraged by other developing nations across Asia offering competition as well as a regional balance of power.

This exposes the real fears Washington is currently dealing with, not a China transforming into a regional or global hegemon and threat, but a multipolar Asia that is no longer subjected to US hegemony or threats.

Joseph Thomas is chief editor of Thailand-based geopolitical journal, The New Atlas and contributor to the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”. 

The big picture is simply this: the West has failed to develop the rest of the world through the Asia-financed Marshall Plan post-WW2, and Asia is now taking the gargantuan task onto itself.

The hegemonic capitalist economic system is being confronted with the massive Chinese industrial muscle that is capable of bringing down the cost of reconfigurable technologies that were never made available during the Second Industrial Revolution, as spearheaded by the West. Exotic technologies were not only suppressed then, but they made sure that the components are too expensive for everyone to tinker about with.

The ongoing massive development in Eurasia is in parallel with the massive installation of safer nuclear plants across the resource-rich landmass.

There is also an impending China-Philippine joint energy exploration in the disputed region in the South China Sea that will further sideline the Western oligarchy from its favorite control mechanism, i.e. energy sector. This is, again, on top of the recently inaugurated Yuan-denominated energy futures market that sparked the Tomahawk bombing of Syria by Israel, US, UK and France.

Today, if you know what you are looking at, you can use off-the-shelf components, or order customized ones, that when properly assembled could give you an off the grid energy system at a much reduced cost than patronizing with the long obsolete, inefficient fossil-fueled power plants.

So, on top of our ongoing electromedicine project, we will also be playing with portable free energy devices soon.

14 thoughts on “Asia’s Grand Escape from Colonial Shadows”

  1. From this article: “Beijing “encourages dependency using opaque contracts, predatory loan practices, and corrupt deals that mire nations in debt and undercut their sovereignty, denying them their long-term, self-sustaining growth,” said US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on March 6. “Chinese investment does have the potential to address Africa’s infrastructure gap, but its approach has led to mounting debt and few, if any, jobs in most countries,” he added.”

    I would swear he is talking about the House of Rothschild “Debt Trap”. or is it my imagination 🙂

  2. Lets NOT forget WHO is really behind the BRICS Alliance banking system too…The SAME FAKE JEW Bankoholics as the other is.
    Take a LOOK at THIS as proof: http://batr-org/forbidden/091217.html/
    The bankoholics LOVE both Fascist and Communist forms of “Govern-Mind (Governments), because BOTH are VATICAN “Corporate owned” governments run by Dictators.
    The Chinese just use a “Sneaky” form of “Infiltration” to get what they want.
    We NEED to understand that there is NO Such thing as “Good Government” because “Divine Providence” doesn’t need it.
    Our “Cosmic Families” are doing just FINE without them.
    The so-called “Fallen Angels (Archons) created RELIGION which lead to creating Rulers/Kings/Presidents’Etc GOVERNMENTS…Who use a MONEY system as a CONTROL grid of their citizens SLAVES (Sheeple)
    They desire to have a “Crypto-Currency” take over the world with their form of a AI system that will be just as “Rigged” as the stock markets are.
    This CRAP is NOT Mankind’s REAL “Destiny” as Divine Beings as out “Star being families are.
    Lets remember HOW governments ACTUALLY rule by “Deception”: Problem-Reaction-Solution and Divide and Conquer.
    WE are witnessing NOW the CRAZY results of that NOW…WHY ON EARTH WOULD ANYONE WANT THIS CRAP TO CONTINUE?!?
    MASSIVES CHANGES WILL “ONLY” HAPPEN ONCE “TRUTH” ABOUT “OUR” REAL HISTORY IS EXPOSED…AND THAT IS COMING FAST!!!

    1. OooooH! I almost forgot to add…The Chinese wrote the book about “The Art of WAR”…so with the help of the FAKE JEW run Money system and Russian Khazarians they are trying to SNEAK in the NWO as plan B.

    2. Kenneth: You are full of Shit and know nothing about BRICS (except Western bullshit. And you know nothing about what the Chinese want to achieve with all the development. In Short Kenneth, you are just a small minded racist Twat.

      1. @RonaldR
        Seeking REAL TRUTH is after Extensive Research is STUPID??? I have spent DECADES of research about HOW the banking system actually works…If THAT is Stupid…I’M HAPPY TO BE GUILTY AS CHARGE!!!
        OBVIOUSLY!…YOU haven’t researched the bankers and BRICS nations as I Have…WHO is really the STUPID ONE???
        Did YOU even READ the posted LINK I left about the Chinese connection to the Bankoholics???

      2. Your Ad Hominems are evidence of TROLLING

        Kenneth is correct and i am sure you know it but Israel want you to tow the line so you do.

  3. The One Belt One Road Policy was created by an American who thinks like the Great American Leaders such as FDR.

    1. @RonaldR
      I STRONGLY suggest you SEARCH for REAL Truth because as much a so-called world leaders try and complicate things the MORE they actually EXPOSED them selves as FRAUDS.
      Remember the quote: “Oh what a DEADLY web THEY weave when They practice to DECEIVE ???
      Are you even aware of the origins of “Corporations”…That they actually represent a CORPS (Dead entity)???…And HOW they were formed???
      Are you even aware that the corporations DO NOT RECOGNIZE THEIR CITIZENS (SLAVES) AS BEING ALIVE???
      To them EVERYONE ELSE ALIVE HAVE “NO RIGHTS” WHAT SO EVER…GET THAT???
      So unless YOU are ONE of THEM…YOU HAVE NO RIGHTS…UNDERSTAND???
      FDR was a traitor to his own country when he help “Goad” his country into WW2 by following corporate demands.
      Have you ever read former General Smedly Butler’s book “WAR is a Racket”???
      Are you aware AMERICAN ccorporations tried to KILL him, because THEY favored a FASCIST fprm of Government…LIKE HITLER’S???
      WHO IS THE “STUPID” ONE HERE???
      I’m finding that Real TRUTH is “Incredibly Simple” and NOT “Complicated” as so called “Leaders” would like to make it.

      1. I recently watched a video on u tube called The Lie the Vatican Told, has all about the fraud of Corporation and how our ziofake juice Globalists are scamming us with their double speak and making sure we have no rights, and whats to come IF we dont stand up and tell them to get lost. well worth watching its in several parts and gets up todate of where we are near the end, so its a history of how they have been tricking us all this time..

  4. “the US and supposedly international institutions like the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank are hardly innocent of wielding debt as a geopolitical weapon themselves.”
    My nomination for “Understatement of the Year”.

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