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The Problem of China • Lord Bertrand Russell.

The Problem of China • Lord Bertrand Russell.

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"The Chinese elite is a merger between the Communist leadership, Hong Kong tycoons, and the criminal Triads. All three factions derive derive their power from Illuminati collaboration.China has appeared autonomous because the Illuminati developed the country internally, funding 'revolutionary' political parties spouting nationalist slogans. The reasoning was that the Chinese people would revolt against overt foreign domination, but embrace their place in the NWO if they believed they were in control. Lord Bertrand Russell revealed this plan in a report on China published in 1920" - St. John Bartholomew (February 12 2012)

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"The Chinese elite is a merger between the Communist leadership, Hong Kong tycoons, and the criminal Triads. All three factions derive derive their power from Illuminati collaboration.China has appeared autonomous because the Illuminati developed the country internally, funding 'revolutionary' political parties spouting nationalist slogans. The reasoning was that the Chinese people would revolt against overt foreign domination, but embrace their place in the NWO if they believed they were in control. Lord Bertrand Russell revealed this plan in a report on China published in 1920" - St. John Bartholomew (February 12 2012)

(Advanced appreciation is rendered for materials used without express permission of copyright owners - Tommy Peters)

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11/9/12 10:17 AMThe Project Gutenberg eBook of The Problem Of China, by Bertrand Russell.Page 1 of 140http://www.gutenberg.org/files/13940/13940-h/13940-h.htm#CHAPTER_XV
The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Problem of China, by Bertrand RussellThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost norestrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.netTitle: The Problem of China Author: Bertrand RussellRelease Date: November 3, 2004 [EBook #13940]Language: EnglishCharacter set encoding: ISO-8859-1*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE PROBLEM OF CHINA ***Produced by Brendan Lane and the PG Online Distributed Proofreading Team.
THE PROBLEM OF CHINA
BY
BERTRAND RUSSELL
O.M., F.K.S.
 London
GEORGE ALLEN & UNWIN LTDRUSKIN HOUSE MUSEUM STREETFIRST PUBLISHED IN 1922SECOND IMPRESSION 1966PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAINBY PHOTOLITHOGRAPHYUNWIN BROTHERS LIMITEDWOKING AND LONDON
CONTENTS
I.QUESTIONS
 
11/9/12 10:17 AMThe Project Gutenberg eBook of The Problem Of China, by Bertrand Russell.Page 2 of 140http://www.gutenberg.org/files/13940/13940-h/13940-h.htm#CHAPTER_XV
II.CHINA BEFORE THE NINETEENTH CENTURYIII.CHINA AND THE WESTERN POWERSIV.MODERN CHINAV.JAPAN BEFORE THE RESTORATIONVI.MODERN JAPANVII.JAPAN AND CHINA BEFORE 1914VIII.JAPAN AND CHINA DURING THE WARIX.THE WASHINGTON CONFERENCEX.PRESENT FORCES AND TENDENCIES IN THE FAREASTXI.CHINESE AND WESTERN CIVILIZATION CONTRASTEDXII.THE CHINESE CHARACTERXIII.HIGHER EDUCATION IN CHINAXIV.INDUSTRIALISM IN CHINAXV.THE OUTLOOK FOR CHINAAPPENDIXINDEXThe Ruler of the Southern Ocean was Shû (Heedless), the Ruler of the Northern Ocean was Hû (Sudden), and the Ruler of the Centrewas Chaos. Shû and Hû were continually meeting in the land of Chaos, who treated them very well. They consulted together howthey might repay his kindness, and said, "Men all have sevenorifices for the purpose of seeing, hearing, eating, and breathing,while this poor Ruler alone has not one. Let us try and make themfor him." Accordingly they dug one orifice in him every day; andat the end of seven days Chaos died.—[
Chuang Tze
, Legge'stranslation.]
The Problem of ChinaCHAPTER I
QUESTIONSA European lately arrived in China, if he is of a receptive and reflective disposition,finds himself confronted with a number of very puzzling questions, for many of whichthe problems of Western Europe will not have prepared him. Russian problems, it istrue, have important affinities with those of China, but they have also importantdifferences; moreover they are decidedly less complex. Chinese problems, even if theyaffected no one outside China, would be of vast importance, since the Chinese areestimated to constitute about a quarter of the human race. In fact, however, all the

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