music, and criminal justice. Even in the T’ang and Sung dynasties deal with literature toimprove upon human mental thinking. The Sung Dynasty had new hydraulic techniquesand irrigation networks, there were vast networks of roads plus canals, and China had avery advanced agricultural system by the 1200’s A.D.
After the Mongol invasion inChina, China experienced the Ming Dynasty revival.
The Chinese traded in India,Africa, and the Persian Gulf. There were a rebuilding of the Grand Canal. Between 1403and 1419, 2,149 seagoing vessels were built in the major shipyard in Nanjing. Quite anumber of these were "treasure ships," which held five hundred men and utilizedtechnologies not developed in Europe for centuries. A building of a civilization deals withmusic, politics, engineering, economics, business skills, manufacturing, and a widespectrum of skills. The reflection of creativity of the Ultimate Almighty God is found inman. Man can’t be perfect, but mankind can know about God and instill moralimprovement.
Now in the 1800's, China was colonized by many European nations who wanted opium, trade, andthe exploitation of their natural resources (for lust and gain). This is an example of Imperialist realthugs trying to harm the Chinese people. Godless philosophies like Communism reigned in Chinaby the 1940's. Of course, Communism and its tenets existed from the days of Thomas More (andbeyond thousands of years ago). During WWII, the Japanese made China its colony. They ruledChina for years and when the Allies won, a democracy was established for a temporary time bythe suspected 33rd Freemason Chiang Kai-shek. Chiang was a Nationalist and FDR promisedhim that Hong Kong would be controlled by China not the Britain. Franklin Delano Rooseveltwanted China to be strong and a member of the Big Four. He supported the nationalist party ofChiang Kai-Shek. FDR's agent Hurley couldn't get the British to support the idea of China tobecome more Nationalist & Independent. Ironically, Stalin agreed with this plan from PresidentFranklin Delano Roosevelt. FDR couldn't do more to make China more nationalist, because hedied in 1945. Truman was pro-British elite and he supported the dictator Mao over Chiang Kai-Shek.
According to Lanxin Xiang’s “Recasting the Imperial Far East: Britain andAmerica in China, 1945-1950,“ the British were more sympathetic to Mao, whileFDR supported Chiang. FDR and Chiang didn’t want the British to have colonialholdings and preferences in Hong Kong, Canton, and Shanghai.
This plan angeredChurchill since he wanted to maintain the British Empire as long as possible. Situations weregoing good in Chiang until we betrayed Chiang in 1948 by instilling a Communist revolution there.Chiang wasn’t perfect, but he was a whole lot better than Mao Zedong. The USA used Americantanks in January 31, 1949 to Peking to install the mass murderer Mao Zedong. Mao Zedongsupported gun control, population control, restrictions of God-given civil liberties & human rights,the killing of dissidents and other fascist precepts. Mao’s views were in glaring contrast to therepublican tenets of Dr. Sun Yat-sen. Dr. Sun Yat-sen wanted to work with Asia and America toform a republican inspired Revolution. This could threaten the elite, so the establishment utilizedMaoism as an instrument to strife real Nationalism globally. Some of the British (
although,tons of British people are liberty loving and reject the new world orderconstruct. So, I want to make that perfectly clear
) used their puppets like Yen Fu(who was an opium addict) to try to deceive people into accepting hedonism and irrational views.Bertrand Russell promoted anti-religious, Marxist ideas in China as well. Russell, like Mao afterhim, praised the Legalist Emperor Ch'in Shi-huang who had burned the Confucian Classics andburied the Confucian scholars alive. He despised
the Confucian influence
and its moraltradition, complaining that "the Chinese have not yet grasped that man's morals in the mass arethe same everywhere: They do as much harm as they dare, and as much good as they must."
Russell was something else.
Jesuits were even in China during the time of Mao. Back in 1973, no American could overtly enter