The New Silk Road, or One Belt One Road (OBOR), initiative is being led by Israel via China.

The New Silk Road, or One Belt One Road (OBOR), initiative is being led by Israel via China by marrying China’s high production capacity with Israel’s high technology capabilities. Israel, Jews and their Freemasonic helpers have built up communist China to what it is today, and Israel is historically the trade capital of the world where East meets West.

In a 2017 Jerusalem Post article titled ‘Israel and the unexpected new world order,’ Brian Schrauger states:

“In the new and surprising economic world order, Israel could gain a degree of wealth not seen since the days of King Solomon.

For the Western world, strong new alliances between certain non-Western countries constitute something of a mystery. But while the West is distracted by political uprisings and remains enamored with the idea of its own “manifest destiny,” a new world order is emerging, dominated by up-and-coming global superpowers like Russia, China and India. …

Israel is positioned to guard the world’s Internet. Everything today is traded, controlled and administered online. And Israel is emerging as the world’s number one guardian of the worldwide web. That means, regardless of being a few miles offtrack from China’s Land and Maritime Roads, it is positioned to be the center of both belts.”

Below are additional recommended resources:

Report: Israel Passes [Stolen] U.S. Military Technology to China – 2013

[Book] ISRAEL AND CHINA | From Silk Road to Innovation Highway by L. Friedfeld, P. Metoudi

The creation of the Silk Road during China’s Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE) had a tremendous impact on international trade and communication between eastern and western countries. During this golden age, various merchandise, including silk, spices, jewelry, and perfumes, was exchanged on the Silk Road. Having begun to settle alongside this mercantile set of roads, Jewish traders were at the forefront of such activity.

The Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127)

For hundred of years, the Silk Road served as a link between East and West. Before the perfection of maritime navigational techniques, it was the primary route of trade between China and its eastern neighbors. Different routes of the Silk Road took goods and people from China to India, to Persia, to Arabia, and to the Mediterranean Coast, which then connected to Europe and Africa.

During the time of the Silk Road, many Jews become involved in international trade. In many ways, they were uniquely qualified for the profession. …

As there were a disproportionately high number of Jews in the trading profession, it should not be surprising that some of these Jews became involved in trade with China. – Jewish Virtual Library

Jews, Israel and China

Israel’s World Order | How Tiny Israel Dominates Globally

In Beijing, Netanyahu looks to ‘marry Israel’s technology with China’s capacity’ | On second day of state visit, prime minister, Chinese leaders agree on upgrading economic, tech cooperation – Times of Israel 2017

Israel and the unexpected new world order | Geographically, Israel is just off-center. Why then is it treated with such respect, especially by the likes of Russia and China? – Jerusalem Post 2017

One Belt, One Road | Israel’s role in China’s flagship policy.

[T]his policy is based on the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), an initiative that has not been well received in the US, to the extent that Japan refrained from joining so as not to upset Washington. Israel, however, did join the AIIB, and must be careful not to conduct its business with China at the expense of the US or its relationship with Washington. – Jerusalem Post 2017

Israel and China’s Silk Road – SIGNAL, Sino-Israel Global Network & Academic Leadership 2017

China to overtake US as biggest investor in Israel – EJ Insight 2018

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