I got very little sleep last night as I felt that something MAJOR is about to take place!  Check out the latest news….
 
A video was posted Sunday by beforeitsnews.com but I wasn’t in alignment with the
final message and the alarmist way in which the information was portrayed.  So I 
transcribed the main information below.
 
Keep in mind that Fulford just released a video of about 8 minutes  discussing the circumstances
in Syria.  He went onto state that he “received this information from two
independent sources, one from the CIA and the other one from MI5 which says that NATO
attempted to launch an air strike on Syria, and because the Russian and the Chinese have
not given the green light at the UN level, this would have triggered world war.”  
Apparently insiders within the  British Air Force alerted others of this information and it was stopped.
 
He also goes on to state that “Hillary Clinton was snubbed in China.  The new leaders refused to
meet her.  She had just gone to Indonesia to get some money and came back empty handed
from there as well.” 
 
This really demonstrates their pulling away from our NWO….
 
Ben then continued with “the new regime (in China) is getting ready and they are going to be less friendly
to the usual oligarchs then the currently outgoing regime.   Hu Jintao met with Hillary but not the new
guys.”  When I looked up Hu Jintao’s spelling, I found out that he took power March 23,  2003 and
started his second term on March 15, 2008 March 15, but his his term was supposed to expire March of 2013.
Ben goes onto said that “overall I think Putin is a good guy and good for Russia.  But China is the 
country that is pushing for world peace and not hegemony.  I can see it from over here….Russia wants
to be join the EU and kind of the middle man between the east and the west.  I think they are
pushing for in this particular corner of this geopolitical game.”  
 
Hegemony is defined as  “is an indirect form of government of imperial dominance in which the hegemon 
(leader state) rules geopolitically sub-ordinate states by the implied means of power, the threat of the threat,
rather than by direct military force. 
 
Another report just came in regarding Chinese troop activity on US soil.  It apparently “has been confirmed
by a Driver delivering food and supplies to a Chinese base in Texas that there are Chinese troops and 10,000
armored vehicles there.  The location is 60 miles south of Laredo, Texas.  When questioned, it was 2 miles wide by 3 miles long
of armored vehicles.  It blew my mind!  He had time to physically count the rows of armored vehicles and soldiers while he
unloaded his trailer.  He further stated that each vehicle could hold between 8 and 10 men.  He also related that he was
escorted into Mexico by Mexican police so that the truck wouldn’t be hijacked by bandits.  That living quarters were in
shipped containers were modified  to accommodate the soldiers and were positioned neatly in rows.   Water tanks,
generators, and communications complex, a full military base operation was operational and  in place.  It should be obvious
that this contingency of Mexican-pre-positioned Chinese troops and the Chinese propositioned troops in Canada are ready to
roll north and south when given the command to do so.  Under the UN Security council mandates it doesn’t take much to analyze
their purpose.  Maybe it was a Freudian slip when the president of the United States stated it would be easier to president of China.”
 
Here is some information I found on Hu Jintao, who will be segwaying out of  his position soon.
 
“At a time when Japan and China are embroiled in diplomatic tensions over the Senkaku Islands, a Japanese man wants his good
friend, Chinese President Hu Jintao, to remember a pledge they made together in 1984.“Let’s recall that day when we vowed never
to fight a war again,” said Kiichiro Onodera, who served as mayor of Yuza town, Yamagata Prefecture, for four consecutive terms
until 2009 and is called “peng you” (friend) by Hu.”  It goes onto say “along with Hu and other participants in the exchange programs,
Onodera vowed, “Our generations will never hold guns again.”  http://ajw.asahi.com/article/asia/china/AJ201210010006
 
I found a video of Hu covering “Hu Jintao’s urg(ing) all Asia-Pacific nations to help ensure peace in the region, amid a series of territorial
rows that have inflamed nationalist tensions.”  When I clicked on the video it had been blocked from afp.
 
“State media reports of (Hu’s) speech made no mention of scandal-hit politician Bo Xilai, the former party leader in Chongqing who was
tipped to become one of China’s top leaders before he became embroiled in a scandal involving the death of a British businessman.  
The scandal surrounding Mr Bo, seen as the biggest political shake-up in China in years, made headlines and exposed divisions in the
Communist Party leadership.”  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-18965361
 
Another article revealed the following: “Those measures, Mr. Hu said, should be centered on developing cultural products that can draw
the interest of the Chinese and meet the “growing spiritual and cultural demands of the people.”
 http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/04/world/asia/chinas-president-pushes-back-against-western-culture.html
 
Not only did I find it interesting that his name is “Hu” meaning “harmonic universe,” but he was born on December 21st, 1942!!!
March 26, 2012  3:31 P.M. KST

PRESIDENT HU:  (As interpreted.)  A month ago, Vice President Xi Jinping made a successful visit to the United States.  I asked him to hand to the President my reply to earlier letter, and I want to thank the American side for the warm hospitality and for all the arrangements made for his visit.

Then I find this: Over the past week, the new leader, Xi Jinping, has missed at least three scheduled meetings with foreign dignitaries, including Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton last Wednesday and the prime minister of Denmark on Monday. So far officials have declined to provide an explanation for his absences.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/11/world/asia/xi-jinping-chinas-presumptive-new-leader-mysteriously-absent.html?pagewanted=all