That Number 17…

This is not an article about Q but rather a high-brow dig into exactly how China/CCP/PLA may interface with the Biden administration as Joe Biden – the installed Chinese proxy – serves his principals accordingly as they maneuver to apply Chinese doctrine to America and as evidenced by China’s One Belt One Road and 17+1 programs; bearing similarity to it’s Thousand Talents program that entangled corrupt coronavirus smuggling Harvard University professor, Charles Lieber.

Herein, we’ll examine communications from the Council on Foreign relations as informed by a recent Zero Hedge item relative to China/CCP and its geopolitical and economic aspirations, policies and programs. Of course, it all neatly envelops our existing COVID-19/WWIII positions and the full catalog of work while also dragging Q to front and center anyways.

And of course, the launch point for this discussion begins with the number [17] and specifically, China’s program, “17+1.”

We are beginning with Q, though, and it’s for the sake of perspective.

That number seventeen [17] – it can’t be escaped in the backdrop of the past several years and specifically in the range of 28 Oct 17 to the present. Those of you who are like me and suffer from some level of Qtardation need no further explanation.

This number curiously manages to appear symbolically and cryptically all over the place and often in the most obscure and coincidental ways.

Whether it be that “Q” is the 17th letter of the alphabet or that President Trump has never appeared to disavow or debunk Q or, for that matter, acknowledge or verify Q, which makes this all very gooey to parse out.

Even gooier is that President Trump has a track history of appearing to point at Q signage/shirts and signaling Q by tracing the letter in the air as a gesture when interacting with others. Moreover, you can also mix in the fact that the MSM is still panicking over Q and most recently in the past few days; while Q hasn’t posted since 08 Dec 20.

I’m not giving you the plentifully full list of Qincidences involving the number [17] because the magic of research is finding it on your own. If you’re unfamiliar, take a dig if for no other reason then entertainment value.

For the Qtarded, the particulars of the “17+1” program may provide a different lens through which to review and interpret [17] or at least better inform the current understanding of it. Or not.

No matter because what is presented herein stands alone and is independent from anything related Q and so positions should be consumed that way because they are weighty.

For the record, my Qtardedness is best described as having found the original Q post in virtually real time while exploring alternative research vectors on 28 Oct 17; having followed and engaged in the content intensely since then; having transitioned from firm belief in Q’s veracity to leaving the door open to it and with legitimate doubts on board (but still holding on to hope); to – most importantly – using Q as a routinely reliable source for research topics that when effectively explored, often deliver reliable evidence routinely neglected by the MSM.

So, Q functions like a topic generator for research and is used accordingly as a tool; and that stands in acknowledgement of the abundance of collateral misinformation and disinformation threading through the entire Q fabric and right alongside a litany of predictive misses.

But this isn’t about Q, it’s about [17]+1 and China and the CCP and relative to the fact that since China released a bio-WMD on the United States (world) in October 2019, we’ve been in the throes of an undeclared WWIII. All of this will support these positions.

It’s the Zero Hedge item on Lithuania’s withdrawal from the program serving as our catalyst here and they define the 17+1 program as (emphasis mine),

“The Chinese regime officially launched the platform—which was initially named the “16+1” platform—in April 2012 to intensify cooperation with 11 European Union member states and five Balkan countries. The platform was renamed “17+1” after Greece signed up for the initiative in April 2019.

“The initiative calls for participating countries to cooperate with China in many fields, including finance, health, trade, and technology. Modeled after the platform, Beijing rolled out another project in 2013, which is called the “Belt and Road Initiative” (BRI, also known as “One Belt, One Road), in an effort to build up trade routes linking China and other parts of the world.”

Zero Hedge

Take note of the “One Belt, One Road” tangent because it’s a critically important one that I introduced back in October 2020 in the broader context of this extract from the article The Promise of Dark Winter,

“Recall that we maintain longstanding positions that the Bidens were exploiting global energy markets and specifically in natural gas. We tracked the Bidens’ global enterprising efforts from Ukraine – my best bet for QAnon’s KEYSTONE – which I characterized like this in an older article, “Buckle-up, this goes from the US to Ukraine, Iran, Brazil, Russia, Switzerland, Argentina and back to the US….. and Joe Biden.”

“Listen again and carefully to what Hunter Biden is saying here (visit article to linked media if you care to listen.)

“For one, he’s drawing attention to “his partner,” whom he characterizes as the richest man in the world and chairman of the CEFC, a private Chinese outfit to mysteriously appear in the Global Fortune 500 beginning in 2013. Here, it’s important to reflect back on what former Biden associate Tony Bobulinski recently stated and namely that the CCP serves as China’s political arm while the CEFC serves as its capitalist arm.

“It’s President Xi Jinping’s alignment with China’s “One Belt One Road” geopolitical and infrastructure development directive, which invests in foreign nations, that leverages the CCP political arm and CEFC economic arm.

“Here is where it’s important to acknowledge the two the primary players in the CEFC – Chairman Ye Jianming, with whom Hunter Biden entered into an agreement to serve as his “personal attorney” and who he calls his “partner” in the deal outlined below; and Patrick Ho, who was, “the fucking spy chief of China,” as Hunter described him, and the individual responsible for founding the CEFC. Curiously but not surprisingly, Biden and Ye only communicate in person. There are reasons for that.”

Political Moonshie

Now consider this from the ZH article indicating the reasons for Lithuania’s withdrawal from 17+1, which not only factors in support for Taiwan in that ongoing conflict, but it indicates significant concerns about espionage the likes of which plague the Biden crime family,

“From Lithuanian citizens, Chinese intelligence may seek to obtain sensitive or classified national or NATO and EU information,” stated Lithuania’s 2019 National Threat Assessment report, according to the Estonian newspaper The Baltic Times. “Chinese intelligence-funded trips to China are used to recruit Lithuanian citizens.”

“Chinese intelligence looks for suitable targets—decision-makers, other individuals sympathizing with China and able to exert political leverage. They seek to influence such individuals by giving gifts, paying for trips to China, covering expenses of training and courses organized there,” the report stated.”

Zero Hedge

Sound familiar?

You now likely see my point with 17+1 being entangled with One Belt One Road, which functions to leverage the CCP political arm and CEFC economic arm – and it all ties directly to Hunter Biden, Joe Biden, China and the CCP.

Examining the relative objectives and parameters provides greater clarity and we turn to the Council on Foreign Relations for some details.

We’re beginning with One Belt One Road (BRI) and with the understanding that the Council On Foreign Relations should be viewed as anti-Trump and adversarial (emphasis mine),

“China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), sometimes referred to as the New Silk Road, is one of the most ambitious infrastructure projects ever conceived. Launched in 2013 by President Xi Jinping, the vast collection of development and investment initiatives would stretch from East Asia to Europe, significantly expanding China’s economic and political influence.

“Some analysts see the project as an unsettling extension of China’s rising power, and as the costs of many of the projects have skyrocketed, opposition has grown in some countries. Meanwhile, the United States shares the concern of some in Asia that the BRI could be a Trojan horse for China-led regional development and military expansion. Under President Donald J. Trump, Washington has raised alarm over Beijing’s actions, but it has struggled to offer governments in the region a more appealing economic vision.”

Council on Foreign Relations

The 17+1 program fits within the overarching BRI as a mechanism to expand BRI to Central and Eastern European countries (CEE.) From The Diplomat,

“The spotlight of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is usually on the Asian (be they Central Asian, South Asian, or Southeast Asian) or African participants. Yet the post-communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe form an important part of the BRI. In fact, the CEE region was among the best represented regions at the 2017 Belt and Road Forum: of the 28 heads of state or government, four were from the region (representing the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, and Serbia), while Romania sent a delegation led by the country’s deputy prime minister. This reflects the very intense development of the China-CEE cooperation under the auspices of the BRI.

“This cooperation is better known as the “16+1,” referring to the 16 CEE states with which China (the “+1”) is developing ties: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia. The 16+1 mechanism involves quite a heterogeneous group of countries. Of the 16 participating CEE states, 11 are EU member states (five of which are also members of the single currency eurozone), four are EU candidate countries, and one is a potential candidate state. To many observers, therefore, the multiple high-level summits, business meetings, and statements by representatives of the CEE countries and China seem to be framing a new regional context in the European continent.”

The Diplomat

Here, it’s important to factor in Russia’s own political and economic (and military) objectives which overlap and possibly conflict with China’s European ambitions relative to the fact that President Trump had normalized relations with Russia and tightened positions on China and whereby the Obama/Biden/Deep State immediately pivoted away from China and back to Russia as the current and necessary deflection point boogeyman.

Surprisingly or not and for reasons perhaps not completely understood, the CFR article indicates either as propaganda or as truth that the Russians view China’s expansion into CEE favorably in light of opportunities for its own economic expansion.

Let’s also not forget that China is leveraging these programs in part to infiltrate NATO, as outlined by the Lithuanians, and that the current drive from the Obama/Biden/Deep State is rekindling trouble (a coup under Obama/Clinton/Kerry) in Ukraine and pushing it to join NATO relative to NATO’s continued encircling of and pressure campaign on Russia (previously covered in Volume 8 of The Still.)

From the CFR article, now consider this description from UE officials and apply my positions toward China relative to COVID-19/WWIII. Then ask yourself it it sounds like things here at home.

“In the past three years, EU officials have lambasted China for allegedly undermining the European integration process by turning the CEE countries into “Trojan horses” and sowing division in the continent.”

Council on Foreign Relations

Infiltration as a means to sow division across the continent (country)? Sound familiar?

It’s the same strategy here in the U.S. and with COVID-19 as the mechanism to do so by first creating the requisite landscape permitting the theft of an election followed by the subsequent removal a sitting president so as to overturn an historic electoral victory and overthrow the government. All of that is underpinned by the Antifa/BLM/manufactured and fraudulent systemic racism narrative/violence/riots/brownshirts component.

With focus back on Russia and from the the CFR article, consider the BRI objectives in more detail (emphasis mine),

“Xi’s vision included creating a vast network of railways, energy pipelines, highways, and streamlined border crossings, both westward—through the mountainous former Soviet republics—and southward, to Pakistan, India, and the rest of Southeast Asia. Such a network would expand the international use of Chinese currency, the renminbi, and “break the bottleneck in Asian connectivity,” according to Xi. (The Asian Development Bank estimated that the region faces a yearly infrastructure financing shortfall of nearly $800 billion.) In addition to physical infrastructure, China plans to build fifty special economic zones, modeled after the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, which China launched in 1980 during its economic reforms under leader Deng Xiaoping.

“Xi subsequently announced plans for the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road at the 2013 summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Indonesia. To accommodate expanding maritime trade traffic, China would invest in port development along the Indian Ocean, from Southeast Asia all the way to East Africa and parts of Europe.

“China’s overall ambition for the BRI is staggering. To date, more than sixty countries—accounting for two-thirds of the world’s population—have signed on to projects or indicated an interest in doing so. Analysts estimate the largest so far to be the estimated $60 billion* China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a collection of projects connecting China to Pakistan’s Gwadar Port on the Arabian Sea. In total, China has already spent an estimated $200 billion on such efforts. Morgan Stanley has predicted China’s overall expenses over the life of the BRI could reach $1.2–1.3 trillion by 2027, though estimates on total investments vary.

China has both geopolitical and economic motivations behind the initiative. Xi has promoted a vision of a more assertive China, while slowing growth and rocky trade relations with the United States have pressured the country’s leadership to open new markets for its goods.

Experts see the BRI as one of the main planks of a bolder Chinese statecraft under Xi, alongside the Made in China 2025 economic development strategy. For Xi, the BRI serves as pushback against the much-touted U.S. “pivot to Asia,” as well as a way for China to develop new investment opportunities, cultivate export markets, and boost Chinese incomes and domestic consumption. “Under Xi, China now actively seeks to shape international norms and institutions and forcefully asserts its presence on the global stage,” writes CFR’s Elizabeth C. Economy.”

Council on Foreign Relations

So, how do we fully align all of this with our positions on COVID-19 and World War III? It all begins with the economy and geographic economic expansion where China takes a backseat only to the U.S. Or, in other words, Chinese hegemony.

By going down the contemporary redux of its Silk Road approach with BRI and 17+1, China’s economic expansion is obvious to see. What remains is identifying how those doctrines have been applied to the U.S.

The key there is understanding that as China’s proxy, Joe Biden’s job is to ensure that the application of Chinese doctrine to the U.S. is made to stick. That horse is long out of the barn as demonstrated by Biden’s presidency itself and this “infrastructure” project that is going to factor in relative to it all.

In order to assert itself in alignment with its own hegemonic and economic doctrines, China must accomplish two fundamental objectives: 1) China must be positioned to expand while 2) the U.S. must be reciprocally positioned to contract.

Do you think that the release of a bio-WMD against the U.S. to shutter it’s entire society and economy would be sufficient enough to position the U.S. to contract?

Would that be made easier with a full slate of U.S. individuals – politicians, officials and CEOs at all levels and in copious amounts and in all institutions and in all of the right places – compromised, infiltrated and positioned to assist?

The following quote from the CFR article depicts the technical interface for China and Biden to potentially collude in ways antithetical (treasonous) to the best interest of the U.S. and it hinges on two things that directly apply to America – the looming infrastructure bill and it’s favorite past time of being a substantial borrower of money.

“The Belt and Road Initiative has also stoked opposition. For some countries that take on large amounts of debt to fund infrastructure upgrades, BRI money is seen as a potential poisoned chalice. BRI projects are built using low-interest loans as opposed to aid grants.”

Council on Foreign Relations

The keyword here is “infrastructure” given the pending behemoth bill and China’s proxy Joe Biden appears to be messaging his principals accordingly as reported by the Wall Street Journal (emphasis mine),

Lurking just behind the domestic debate breaking out over President Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plans is a powerful foreign force: China.

“The Biden team sees the plan—and wants the Chinese to see the plan—as a sign the U.S. intends to put itself in better position to compete with Beijing economically. Thus, infrastructure marks just the latest example of how the specter of a long competition with China is beginning to color all manner of American policy moves, in both parties.

Significant pieces of the package have been constructed with the express purpose of trying to put the U.S. on a better footing to compete with China and its own giant investments in infrastructure and key industries. The administration doesn’t want this to go unnoticed in Beijing. When President Biden unveiled the plan, he mentioned China six times, including this reference: “That’s what competition between America and China and the rest of the world is all about. It’s a basic question: Can democracies still deliver for their people?””

Wall Street Journal

That sounds very much like a cryptic message to Biden’s principals (China/CCP) indicating that we’re open for business.

Do you think it’s an accident that China’s hegemonic aspirations are rooted in “infrastructure” at the same time Biden was installed by them and whereby he immediately placed such an enormous infrastructure bill on the table?

Do you think it was an accident that Hunter Biden (and Joe Biden, who delivered him on Air Force 2, and others under the Biden umbrealla) was enveloped in the energy sector (natural gas) in Ukraine and China and other nations and that corruption and crime occurred in those instances, too; and to the tune of $1.5 billion (and certainly more) with China?

Things like “infrastructure” and “energy,” in addition to serving as interfaces for collusion, are cover constructs that serve as conduits to move money within criminal fraud; just like the Paris Climate Accord launders and moves U.S. tax money that is for designated recipients and there is a long list of other similar fraudulent constructs.

For timeline considerations here relative to COVID-19, recall that in 2014, Obama shifted his relevant foreign policy as noted by the CFR article (emphasis mine),

“The United States has shared other countries’ concerns about China’s intentions. Developing the economies of South and Central Asia is a long-standing U.S. goal that intensified after the start of the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan and President Barack Obama’s pivot to Asia. The Obama administration frequently referenced the need for the Afghan economy to move past foreign assistance, and in 2014 then-Deputy Secretary of State William Burns committed the United States to returning Central and South Asia “to its historic role as a vital hub of global commerce, ideas, and culture.””

Council on Foreign Relations

Do you know what else happened at this precise time from 2014 to 2015? Obama’s federal apparatus suddenly grew a conscience over gain of function research and off-shored it to China and then funded it through Anthony Fauci and the NIH; and all of that occurred at the national lab (CCP/PLA) in Wuhan.

What happened in 2016? Obama issued an executive order on 18 Mar 16 called Public Law 114-136 that augmented longstanding presidential transition law to include “pandemic preparedness.” Obama did this before his transition team leveraged it to insert a pandemic construct into the Trump administration during transition meetings on 13 Jan 17.

Biden, Fauci and Obama all forewarned of President Trump’s unpreparedness for a pandemic or disease outbreak before the world learned of what would become “COVID-19” (as named such on 11 Feb 20) on 27 Dec 19; two days after Christmas when the world was distracted with post-impeachment (the first) and New Year’s.

With confidence, it can be and has been demonstrated that individuals within the U.S., some with ties back to Nazi-era Germany (Bush family, et al.), conspired with China/CCP/PLA to research, fund, develop and then deploy a bio-WMD taking the form of SARS-CoV-2, which has genetic markers indicating four artificial HIV insertions and gain of function indicators, to exploit its previous deep and broad infiltration of the U.S. to remove its sitting president, overthrow its government, install a Chinese proxy (Biden) and destroy the nation from within by dividing its people with a fraudulent systemic racism campaign and by destroying its economy with a fraudulent pandemic; and all of it leverages treasonous politicians, officials and CEOs in the United States.

Summarily, what we have outlined today is the exact interface for how China may (will) begin to leverage the back end of its infiltration efforts. It is shaping up to begin with the infrastructure bill as the portal for the application of Chinese hegemonic doctrine to the U.S. and by its proxy in Joe Biden. That began with China’s One Belt One Road doctrine, building off the program named after that number, [17] and specifically, 17+1.

Paging President Trump. We desperately need your return and sooner than later.

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