China is named after Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of Qin (221206 BC). He reigned at the time of the Greek Ptolemaic Empire of Alexander the Great. The Prophet Isaiah (670516 BC) called China by the name that it was known at that time:

Behold, they shall come from afar: and look, they will come from the north and from the west; and these from the land of Sinim (Heb. erets Sē·nēm) (Isaiah 49:12).

Emperor Ming of Han (27 75 AD) lived during the most momentous time in world history (2730 AD) when the Messiah ministered, died, and rose again in Old Jerusalem.

The Messiah told his disciples that Jerusalem would be destroyed within a generation (St. Matthew 24:34), and they interpreted that cataclysmic event as the Second Coming of Christ and the end of the world. They all believed that they were living at the time of the feet and toes of iron and clay in King Nebuchadnezzar's nightmare....However, the Roman Empire was only about 50 years old when the Messiah was born in Bethlehem.

Left statue of the white horse that
Left statue of the white horse that
brought Buddhism to China.

Prior to 70 AD, most Christians believed that the coming destruction of Old Jerusalem would mean the end of the world.

Therefore, they were anxious to preach the "Good News" of the Gospel to the 4 corners of the earth!

Unfortunately, Satan beat them to the land of Sinam because Emperor Ming had a nightmare in 61 AD, and his advisors told him to send to India for Buddha!

Right statue of the white horse that
Right statue of the white horse that
brought Buddhism to China.

Ominously, around the same time, the Dragon moved Emperor Claudius to annex Britannia to the Roman Empire!

Instead of sending to Old Jerusalem for the "Good News" of the Gospel, the Dragon convinced the Emperor to send to India for Buddha....During the British Raj, China imported something far deadlier than Buddhism called OPIUM!

The Sheeple's Republic embassy in London.

The Chinese Legation in London was established at 49 Portland Place in 1877 by the Qing Empire.

It was China's first permanent overseas diplomatic mission.

Unfortunately, a Sheeple's Republic, dominated by a ruthless dictator named Mao Zedong, was established in 1949.


The British embassy in Beijing.

That dictatorship was immediately recognized by Britannia as a "government of the sheeple, by the sheeple, and for the sheeple." The real Republic of China retreated to Taiwan, and diplomatic relations ceased.

In August 1793, the Irish-born Viscount Macartney arrived in China to demand that the Emperor open up more ports to East India Company trade:

Viscount Macartney traveled with a simple brief from George III's government: establish a British embassy in the capital and get permission for British ships to dock at ports besides Canton, the only harbor then open to foreigners. Trade with China was booming and lucrative, but it had become bottlenecked in overcrowded Canton. The British were so eager to open up China, Macartney had instructions to offer an end to the importation of opium there from British-controlled India, which was officially illegal in China but difficult to stop both because of enthusiastic customers of the drug and the riches that the trade generated. (Hanes and Sanello, Opium Wars, p. 14).

The only trade Lord Macartney had in mind was OPIUM. Macartney was an employee of the private East India Company, the counterpart of the New World's Hudson Bay Company.

Emperor Quinlong (1711–1799).
Emperor from 1735 to 1796.

In 1793, Lord Macartney arrived in China on a special mission from the East India Company.

He was to establish an embassy in Peking and demand that China open up other ports beside Canton to East India Company trade.

Soon, millions of Chinese were hooked on opium, and fabulous profits flowed into the East India Company coffers in London.


Lord Macartney
( 1737–1806).

Sir George Elliot was the first British minister to China, serving briefly from February 1840 to November 1840. He was the nephew of the next minister named Sir George Elliot.

Both men worked for the rapacious East India Company, and both were gung-ho imperialists. Their goal was to annex China to the British Empire!

Sir Charles Elliot (1801–1875).
Minister from Nov. 1840 to Aug. 1841.

Sir Charles Elliot negotiated with the Daoguany Emperor to annex all of China to the British Empire!

The Daoguang Emperor was reluctant to cede any of the Middle Kingdom to the "foreign devils," but the big ships and guns of the East India Company forced him to comply.

As a concession, the Emperor ceded the island of Hong Kong to the British Empire!



The Daoguang Emperor (1782-1850).
Reigned from 1820 to 1850.

That "donation" of Hong Kong to the British Empire is still a bone of contention to this very day.

In 1842, Sir Charles Elliot was appointed chargé d'affaires and consul general to the Republic of Texas, where he worked ceaselessly to annex Texas to the British Empire.

Richard Pakenham (17971868).
Minister from 1835 to 1847.

On August 23, 1842, Sir Charles Elliot arrived at Washington-on-the Brazos, and he immediately began negotiations with Sam Houston to annex Texas to the British Empire!

Simultaneously, Richard Pakenham was the British minister in Washington City.

Andrew Jackson Donalson was chargé d'affaires to the Republic of Texas, and he worked tirelessly to defeat the machinations of Sir Charles Elliot.


Andrew Jackson Donalson

The battle to unite Texas with the Union was as fierce as the Alamo.....It was a 3-way tug of war between Britannia, Mexico, and the United States! Elliot courted Sam Houston, and his successor Anson Jones, but Andrew Jackson Donalson foiled his every Machiavellian move. The Texas legislature, meeting in the new capital of Austin, voted overwhelmingly to join the Union.

Andrew Jackson Donalson was the nephew of the New Jerusalem King David. Just 6 months after he went to his heavenly reward in June 1845, Texas was secured for the Union.

After annexation, Sir Charles Elliot hurried off to Mexico City to "consult" with dictator Santa Ana and the Mexican government. He was confident that a war with Mexico would end in Santa Ana marching into Washington....To his great consternation, General Winfield Scott marched into Mexico City.

James Bruce, 8th Earl of Elgin
Minister from 1857 to 1860.

The looting and burning of the Summer Palace in 1860 culminated the Second Opium War (18561860).

No such wanton destruction was seen since the burning of the White House on August 24, 1814.

Lord Elgin was carried into Peking like the Emperor, and he was hoping that the Chinese would accept him as the new VICEROY of China!

Lord Elgin carried into Peking like the Emperor
after the burning of the Summer Palace.

Within a month of Elgin's return to England, Lord Palmerston appointed him viceroy and governor-general of India. He became viceroy in 1862, the first viceroy directly appointed by the government.

3 years later he went to meet his Maker while serving as viceroy and governor-general of India.

Sir Claude Macdonald (1852
Minister from 1896 to 1900.

Sir Claude Macdonald was minister in Peking when a terrible massacre of Christians occurred called the "Boxer Rebellion."

It was the Chinese version of the French St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre.

That was not 16th century France, but the last year of the 19th century!


Boxer Rebellion massacre
of Christians.

The Massacre was actually worse than its counterpart in France:

The rescuers came across appalling sights. Even the stoical Morrison was shocked by scenes reminiscent of paintings by Hieronymus Bosch: "Women and children hacked to pieces, men trussed like fowls, with noses and ears cut off and eyes gouged out." Lancelot Giles, a young British student interpreter who accompanied him, wrote shudderingly: "Many were found roasted alive, and so massacred and cut up as to be unrecognizable. I will spare you the sickening details." Lenox Simpson found that "the stench of human blood in the hot June air was almost intolerable, and the sights more than we could bear. Men, women, and children lay indiscriminately heaped together, some hacked to pieces, others with their throats cut from ear to ear, some still moving, others quite motionless."
Boxers were discovered systematically torturing their victims in temples. "Some had already been put to death and their bodies were still warm and bleeding. All were shockingly mutilated. Their fiendish murderers were at their incantations burning incense before their gods, offering Christians in sacrifice to their angered deities." Luella Miner found it hard to contemplate what was happening. It made the massacre of St. Bartholomew pale into insignificance and yet, she wrote helplessly, "this is the last year of the nineteenth century." (Preston, The Boxer Rebellion, pp. 75-76).

By the time the so-called Allies: Britain, Germany, France, Italy, and Japan reached Peking it was already too late. Christianity in China had received a deadly blow from which it would never recover.

Sir James Macleay (1870-1943).
Minister from 1922 to 1926.


Sir James Macleay was minister when Sun Yat-sen was about to begin his Presidency in Peking.

He assigned Morris" Two-Gun" Cohen to "guard" the future President.

In March 1925, Sun Yat-sen was admitted to a Rockefeller hospital in Peking for "treatment"

Dr. Sun Yat-sen went to reign with the true Son of Heaven on March 12, 1925.

Sun Yat-sen and "bodyguard" Morris
"Two-Gun" Cohen.

Sun Yat-sen wanted China to be a republic like the United States. That noble endeavor cost him his life, as the struggle for the soul of China was as intense as the battle over the Republic of Texas.

Sir Alexander Cadogan (1884
Minister & Amb. from 1933 to 1936.

Sir Alexander Cadogan was minister to the Republic of China from Sept. 1933 to May 1835, and ambassador from June 1935 to April 1936.

That was a critical time in world history as Churchill's cousin Adolf Hitler seized power in Germany.

The legend of Mao Zedong was born during the "Long March" from 1934 to 35.

Banker Morris Cohen provided the funds for his Britannic army.


Mao Zedong (1893–1976).

Emperor from 1949 to 1976.

After WWII, a Civil War erupted in China between the Communists led by Mao Zedong and the Nationalists led by General Chiang Kai-shek.

Communist Chinese entering Beijing,
January 1949.

The Communists won the Chinese Civil War, and then entered Beijing in triumph in January 1949.

In October 1949, Mao proclaimed the Sheeple's Republic of China, with Mao ruling as dictator for life!

Immediately, Britannia recognized their new Communist regime by sending chargé d'affaires John Colville Hutchinson to Beijing.



Mao proclaiming the Sheeple's
Republic, October 1949.

The ancient Roman Republic (SPQR) did not trust a man with power for more than a year because a consul was only elected for a single year! The Republic of Texas Constitution limited the President to a single term of 3 years!

When the Communists invaded South Korea in June 1950. the Constitution required President Truman to ask Congress for a declaration of war. Instead Truman ignored Congress and went to the UN.

The UN Security Council consisted of 5 members: USA, Russia, UK, France, and the Republic of China. If Russia had vetoed Resolution 83 to come to the aid of South Korea, she would have been blamed for the invasion....Russian ambassador Jacob Malik absented himself during the vote and Russia refused to be drawn into the war!

If the ambassador voted for Resolution 83, Mao would have accused the Russians of being "fake Communists!" It was a deadly Catch 22 situation!

No image of devious diplomat
John Colville Hutchinson exists!

As soon as John Colville Hutchinson arrived in Beijing the Korean War started because he assured Mao Zedong that North Korea would Dunkirk the Americans without any help from his Chinese Communists!

After the Communists captured Seoul and most of the South, General MacArthur executed a fabulous amphibious landing behind enemy lines at Inchon.



General Douglas MacArthur (18801964) commanded UN forces in Korea.

The landing at Inchon reversed the military defeat, and soon the Communists were in full retreat. The sudden change in the battlefield caused alarms bells to ring at 10 Downing Street.

Clement At
tlee rushed to Washington to urge
President Truman to fire General MacArthur!

On Dec. 4, 1950, Prime Minister Clement Attlee arrived to Washington and demanded that President Truman fire General MacArthur!

Falseman was taking orders from the British ambassador, and secretary of state Dean Acheson.

With all the firepower at his disposal, General MacArthur was defeated by the real enemies in London and Washington!


Iconic image of Harry Falseman decorating
General MacArthur, Oct. 15, 1950. 6 months
later he fired him!

British ambassador Oliver Franks joined with Secretary of State Dean Acheson, Secretary of Defense George C. Marshall, and Averell Harriman, to "persuade" Truman to fire the victorious general. Falseman complied, and General MacArthur was relieved of his command

Harry Falseman flew to Wake Island and personally relieved the general of his command. From that time onward the war became a bloody stalemate . . . which still continues to this very day!

Sir Edward Youde (1924-1986).
Amb. from 1974 to 1978.

Ambassador Youde was the last Briton to work with fellow agent Mao Zedong.

His ashes were then placed in a wax dummy made by Madame Tussaud's in London.

Even in death Mao cannot escape the Britannia connection!

A vast multitude of Chinese have viewed the wax dummy, believing it is the remains of the real Mao!


A startling likeness of Mao, made by Madame Tussaud's,
is on display in Red Square.

Only people with x-ray vision could see the remains of their "Chinese" hero, so it is another practical joke that the "foreign devil's" played on the Chinese!

Sir Alan Donald (19312018).
Amb. from 1988 to 1991.

Sir Alan Donald was ambassador during the bloody Tiananmen Square Massacre in June 1989.

With the collapse of Communism in the Soviet Union, most freedom-loving people believed that Marxism–Leninism would also collapse in China!

That was not to be because Communism was born in Britain, and Karl Marx's tomb is in north London!

Iconic image of a lone Chinese man confronting
the tanks of the Beijing Bullies, June 4, 1989.

The most unkindest cut of all was the fact that the Massacre was carried out by the Sheeple's Liberation Army calling itself the "People's" Liberation Army!

Saint John was given a symbolic view of the awesome forces of Satan arrayed against Christ at the Battle of Armageddon:

And the sixth angel poured out his vial on the great river Euphrates, and its water was dried up, so that the way of the kings from the east might be prepared. And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs coming out of the mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet. For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go out to the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of El Shaddai (Apocalypse 16:12-14).

There will be "hell to pay" for the entire world during the coming 3 Days of Darkness when Communist China, the British Empire, and Chrislam unite for Armageddon!

Vital links


Gelber, Harry G. The Dragon and the Foreign Devils: China and the World, 1100 BC to the Present. Walker & Company, New York, 2007.

Hanes, W. Travis & Sanello, Frank. Opium Wars: The Addiction of One Empire and the Corruption of Another. Barnes & Nobles, New York, 2002.

Higgins, Marguerite. War In Korea: The Report of a Woman Combat Correspondent. Doubleday, Garden City, New York, 1951.

Merwin, Samuel. Drugging a Nation: The Story of China & the Opium Curse, Fleming H. Revel Co., London, 1908.

Manchester, William. American Caesar: Douglas MacArthur 18801964. Little, Brown & Company, New York, 2008.

Preston, Diana. The Boxer Rebellion: The Dramatic Story of China's War on Foreigners that Shook the World in 1900. Walker & Co., New York, 1999.

Smith, Justin H. The Annexation of Texas. The Baker and Taylor Company, New York, 1911.

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