George Soros Touts China As A Leader of NWO

In September I wrote an article on China’s high tech surveillance system to closely monitor all of their 1.3 billion citizens. Along with the most advanced facial recognition software on the planet, China has computers which use the data collected on each person to form algorithms for a grading system. They call this system “Personal Credit.”

They watch where people go – what they buy – who they befriend.  They watch their finances to see if they are responsible with their spending. The government knows if the people are involved with churches.  Basically, the Chinese government knows everything there is to know about every person.

Once the computers have the desired amount of data, and the algorithms reveal a “grade” for each person; those with higher grades remain safe – those with low grades are not able to make a move.

Here is the my article from September:   Big Brother Meets Big Data in China: AI on Steroids

From bloomberg.com 

Beijing to Judge Every Resident Based on Behavior by End of 2020

China’s plan to judge each of its 1.3 billion people based on their social behavior is moving a step closer to reality, with Beijing set to adopt a lifelong points program by 2021 that assigns personalized ratings for each resident.

The capital city will pool data from several departments to reward and punish some 22 million citizens based on their actions and reputations by the end of 2020, according to a plan posted on the Beijing municipal government’s website on Monday. Those with better so-called social credit will get “green channel” benefits while those who violate laws will find life more difficult.

The Beijing project will improve blacklist systems so that those deemed untrustworthy will be “unable to move even a single step,” according to the government’s plan. Xinhua reported on the proposal Tuesday, while the report posted on the municipal government’s website is dated July 18.

China has long experimented with systems that grade its citizens, rewarding good behavior with streamlined services while punishing bad actions with restrictions and penalties. Critics say such moves are fraught with risks and could lead to systems that reduce humans to little more than a report card.

Ambitious Plan

Beijing’s efforts represent the most ambitious yet among more than a dozen cities that are moving ahead with similar programs.

Hangzhou rolled out its personal credit system earlier this year, rewarding “pro-social behaviors” such as volunteer work and blood donations while punishing those who violate traffic laws and charge under-the-table fees. By the end of May, people with bad credit in China have been blocked from booking more than 11 million flights and 4 million high-speed train trips, according to the National Development and Reform Commission.

According to the Beijing government’s plan, different agencies will link databases to get a more detailed picture of every resident’s interactions across a swathe of services. The proposal calls for agencies including tourism bodies, business regulators and transit authorities to work together.

The tracking of individual behavior in China has become easier as economic life moves online, with apps such as Tencent’s WeChat and Ant Financial’s Alipay a central node for making payments, getting loans and organizing transport. Accounts are generally linked to mobile phone numbers, which in turn require government IDs

The final version of China’s national social credit system remains uncertain. But as rules forcing social networks and internet providers to remove anonymity get increasingly enforced and facial recognition systems become more popular with policing bodies, authorities are likely to find everyone from internet dissenters to train-fare skippers easier to catch — and punish — than ever before. – source

A short video about China’s Economic Master Plan:

Did you happen to notice that America is not mentioned as one of the nations which are invited to take part?  I found that very telling.

From thenewamerican.com     from 2010

George Soros Touts China as Leader of  New World Order

Leftist billionaire George Soros continues to make headlines with his disturbing sentiments regarding a new world order. At the Canadian International Council on Monday evening, where he accepted his Globalist of the Year award, Soros not only defended the formulation of a new world order, but asserted that China should be one of the global leaders.

Soros maintains that China “has risen rapidly by looking out for its own interests.” (It seems worthwhile to point out that Soros’ praise of China for prioritizing its own needs is confusing, as he has criticized the United States and the capitalist economy for doing the same in the Story of Stuff video series.)

In his acceptance speech, he adds, “They have now got to accept responsibility for world order and the interests of other people as well.”

Soros’ sentiments are reminiscent of statements he made in 2009 to the Financial Times, declaring that China would supplant the United States as the leader of the new world order, and that America should simply accept it and not stand in the way of world progress. As a result, the American government, according to Soros, should not resist the decline of the dollar, nor the decrease in living standards and the introduction of global currency.

Most disturbingly, Soros indicated at the gala, “Today, China has not only a more vigorous economy, but actually a better functioning government than the United States.”

To clarify, the progressive Soros is claiming that the government of China — the same that suppresses dissension, forces abortions on its citizens, and tortures members of the Falun Gong faith — is a better functioning government than that of the United States.

Given that Soros hopes to play a role in the formulation of a new world order, has proven himself to play influential roles in the collapse of regimes, has targeted the United States as an “obstacle” in the way of a new world order, and now admittedly favors the government policies of China, shouldn’t Americans be concerned? – source

Watch China’s AI News Anchor:

I urge the reader to make time to watch this interview with Alex Newman.  Alex is a writer/reporter for thenewamerican.com. He also co-wrote “Crimes of the Educators” and is a very strong Christian.  In this interview, Alex speaks about the horrifying consequences if China runs a Globalist New World Order

Watch Eric Barger speak about the “Surveillance Society” at Jan Markell’s  Understanding the Times event from this year:

Brethren, when I read the sources I have used in this article – I must admit that the information about China and Soros declaring that China should lead the NWO took me by surprise.

Since Antichrist will come out of Europe, and with all the talk about the EU possibly forming their own army – my thoughts about the end times seem to stay in that part of the world.

But after reading about China and what they will have in place by 2020 to watch and grade their people, this does seem like the technology that Antichrist will use during the Tribulation.

And another thing I noticed is the mention of the years -“2020” for Social Credit to be fully functional in China; and “2030” is when the U.N. is projecting that the NWO will come to fruition. These dates are not far off.

These are plans made by men and women.  We know that God is in control. But we also know that we are seeing the signs of the times.

And we know that we are in the End Times.

That should make us excited!  This means that the Rapture may be close at hand.  We long for His appearing!

How Can I Be Saved?

COME LORD JESUS!

MARANATHA!

 

 

 

 

 
 

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