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Mao was a Yale Man – A Yali with Skull and Bones

“By about the year 2000 Communist China will be a “superpower” built by American technology and skill.”
Antony C. Sutton, American Secret Establishment published 1984

Student Mao Zedong & Yale in China
“The fundamental difference between a “New World Order” under the United Nations and an independent United States are nowhere more clearly indicated than in our ‘Declaration of Independence’ affirmation that “men are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights.” The UN’s total exclusion of God means that rights do not come from God, (but) that they proceed from government, and government can take them away.

[Start at minute 19 of this Oct 15, 2019 interview to understand modern China]

Skull and Bones reaches to all the leaders around the world and this may explain Bush’s obsessive support of China, regardless of the human rights violations and arsenal buildup.

“Skull and Bones is a secret fraternity at Yale University which restricts their membership to only fifteen per year. . The society was formed in 1832 by General William Russell, whose shipping firm later dominated the U.S. side of the China opium trade. Yale University was founded by Eli Yale, who made his fortune working for the opium smuggling British East India Company.

“Skull and Bones became the recruiting grounds and preserve of the most important New England-centered families–families who also made their money in the opium trade. These families, whose sons regularly join Skull and Bones, include the little known, but powerful, Coffins, Sloanes, Tafts, Bundys, Paynes, Whitneys. They are a dominant element of the U.S. ‘Eastern Establishment’ to this day. The Bush family is one of a cluster of lower-level Establishment families controlled by these interests.

“George Bush, the first U.S. diplomatic representative to the People’s Republic of China back in 1973, was a member of Skull and Bones. So was his father, brother, son, uncle, nephew, and several cousins. Winston Lord, the Reagan-Bush administration Ambassador to China was a member; so was his father and several other relatives. James Lilley, the current Ambassador to China, is a member of Skull and Bones, as was his brother. With the exception during the Carter administration, every U.S. Ambassador to Beijing ,since Kissinger’s deal with Mao Zedong was a member of the Skulls and Bones.

In 1903, Yale Divinity School established a number of schools and hospitals throughout China that were collectively known as ‘Yale in China.’ It has since been shown that ‘Yale in China’ was an intelligence network whose purpose was to destroy the republican movement of Sun Yat-sen on behalf of the Anglo-American Establishment. The Anglo-American “Establishment” hated Sun, because he wanted to develop China. On the other hand, they loved the Chinese communists because they intended to keep China backward, and were committed to the production of drugs. . One of ‘Yale in China’s’ most important students was Mao Zedong.

“During World War II, ‘Yale in China’ was a primary instrument used by the U.S. Establishment and its Office of Strategic Services (OSS) to install the Maoists into power.

‘Yale in China’ was run by OSS operative Reuben Holden, the husband of Bush’s cousin, and also a member of Skull and Bones. “The Maoists made China into the world’s largest opium producer.

“‘Yale in China’ was also closely associated with the New York-based Union Theological Seminary, which has been a center for U.S. subversion of Asia According to Branton, they were literally wolves in sheeps clothing Every prominent radical leader operating in Korea today was trained at Union Theological. Union Theological was dominated for twenty years by Henry Sloane Coffin, a U.S. intelligence executive from the Sloane and Coffin families. He was a Skull and Bones member as were a dozen of his relatives.

“Nor should it be forgotten that Averell Harriman, the former Ambassador to Moscow who did so much to build up the Soviet Union, was a member of Skull and Bones. Harriman was also a business partner of Prescott Bush, Sr., the father of Maoist enthusiast George Bush.”

According to geopolitical and economics researcher, Dr. Antony Sutton in his book ‘The Patriot Review’, not only did the Skulls and Bones help to build up the Communist movement in China, but they gave financial aide to the Soviet Union communists as well. This power cult has for centuries been playing a “two ends against the middle” type of game, attempting to control America (the thesis) and Russia (the anti-thesis) and other countries or movements, carefully pitting them against each other at the lower levels in order to keep the populations of the world in a state of confusion and despair, to the point that they will – hopefully – resign themselves into accepting the New World Order “synthesis” as the only alternative to solve the very “problems” which ‘they’ the New World Order initiators, created in the first place!

The latter gentleman had been on the staff of the Yale University establishment in China in 1921-22. Yale and the Rockefellers were breeding a grotesque communist insurgency with British Empire ideology; another Yale staffer there was Mao Zedong, later the communist dictator and mass murderer. While he was over in China, Papa Godfrey’s cousin Isabel had been the bridesmaid at the wedding of George Bush’s parents. His Uncle Percy had co-founded the Harriman bank with George Walker, and backed George Bush’s father in several Nazi German enterprises. His grandfather had been the founding treasurer of the Standard Oil Company, and had made the Harrimans (and thus, ultimately, George Bush) rich.

Yuelu Academy was founded in 976 AD (Song Dynasty), destroyed by war in 1127, and rebuilt in 1165 (Southern Song Dynasty). The celebrated philosopher Zhu Xi taught in at the Academy in 1165. It was destroyed by the Mongols but was restored in the late-fifteenth century (Ming Dynasty). In 1903, it became Hunan High School. The modern day Hunan University is a descendant of the academy. The architecture of some of the buildings was restored from 1981–1986, presumably according to the Song design.

The 1903 Treaty of Shanghai between China and Japan opened the city to foreign trade. Consequently, factories, churches, and schools were built. A college was started by Yale University bachelors and later became a medical center named Xiangya and a secondary school named the Yali School.

Mao Zedong, founder of the People’s Republic of China began his political career in Changsha. He was a student at the Hunan Number One Teachers’ Training School from 1913 to 1918. He later returned as a teacher and principal from 1920 to 1922. The school was destroyed during the civil war but has since been restored. The Former Office of the Hunan Communist Party Central Committee where Mao Zedong once lived is now a museum that includes Mao’s living quarters, photographs, and other historical items from the 1920s.

The creation of Yale’s campus in China was a long and difficult process, interrupted by upheavals and constantly threatened by Chinese distrust of foreign influence. Seabury and Thurston would eventually both have plaques in Woolsey Rotunda next to Pitkin’s: Thurston contracted tuberculosis in 1903 while attempting to find land for the program, and Seabury drowned in a swimming accident in China four years later.

The Yali Academy — later known as the Yali Middle School — opened its doors to Chinese students in 1906 in the ancient walled city of Changsha. There, students were instructed in both Western and Chinese subject matter. Soon, recent Yale graduates began to be recruited as short-term instructors, known as the “Bachelors.” By 1918, due to the generosity of Edward Harkness, construction was completed on a new, state-of-the-art medical college, hospital and middle school campus.

Era of ‘enlightenment’

Relations between the local Chinese government and students and the Yale staff members were delicate from the start. Although Yale-in-China almost immediately reduced the religious nature of its work, the original missionary causes and attitudes remained a campus presence, and a source of tension, through the years.

“Right from the start, the Chinese felt real caution about linking education with Christian training,” Spence said. “If you wanted to become a nurse or doctor, why did you need Christian training?”

During the rice riot of 1910, and again in 1927 when Chiang Kai-shek and the Nationalist Party took over the Chinese government, rising anti-foreign sentiment forced the Yale administrators to evacuate.

“We have been made aware of the almost bottomless gulf of pride, prejudice, and misunderstanding between the east and west,” Gage wrote in a letter home.

Even during times without overt political strife, the students and Changsha residents resisted American control. Yale-in-China, which was “manned and controlled by Yale men,” was not intended to be a reciprocal program: Americans were in Changsha to educate and “enlighten” the Chinese.

Even in the 1950s, 20 years after the program had transitioned to minimal American oversight, many at Yale still viewed the Chinese as the primary beneficiaries of the arrangement.

“[Yale-in-China’s] enlightening effect on a new generation of Chinese may be of as great significance as its contributions to a past generation,” the Yale Daily News reported in 1951, during Yale-in-China’s 50th anniversary.

Many at Yale remained hopeful even after the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950, when the United States became the enemy of China. The News reported on Feb. 12, 1951 that Anson Stokes, one of the original members of the program, expressed his hope that Yale-in-China would “save for China the strong institutions based on Christian faith and idealism of Yale.”

Leaving the mainland

But after surviving the horrors and privations of World War II, as well as Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution and the establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, most of Yale-in-China’s staff were evacuated from the country by 1951.

With the expulsion of the last staff member, Yale’s involvement in mainland China ended for nearly 30 years. Only in 1980, after China had opened its doors to the West once more, did Yale return to Changsha.[email protected]/msg04671.html
Yale’s ‘Mao Project’ Paves Road To Hell For Rise of Oriental Anti-Christ

Tuesday, February 21st, 2006

Yale University is known as one of the most prestigious centers of   learning in the world. It is now also known as the home of the Skull   and Bones secret society of which both Presidential Candidates in the   2004 election, Senator John Kerry and President George W. Bush were   members. President Bush is third generation Skull and Bones , while Senator Kerry’s first wife’s father and   brother were members, as was the former father-in-law of Teresa Heinz-  Kerry whom he is now married to. Ms. Heinz.

Kerry’s becoming a billionairess after her previous husband Senator  Heinz died in a bizarre plane crash is but one of numerous odd events   that follow this organization everywhere it goes and affect everyone  it comes into contact with.

What is not known to the general public is the connection that Yale   University had to Mao Tse Tung, the ‘Great Helmsman” of China that   navigated the Chinese nation across the proverbial river Styx into   the human rights hell that it currently is, with organs and collagen   being harvested for sale from political prisoners and every manner of
evil perpetrated with no recourse for the tens and millions of   victims. In fact Mao and his “Little Red Book” are responsible for more deaths   and misery over the long term than anyone else in history. Mao is also a “Yalie”.

It is the purpose of this article to show how a plan has been   effectuated for nearly a century to bring to global power and   domination an Oriental Antichrist , likely from China through the   auspices and assistance of an evil secret society network based in   Yale University, which effectively uses its status as a center of   learning as a cover.

1. Yale University was founded on the profits of the opium trade in China. Skull & Bones & Bush .

2. Mao attended Yale-In-China and in fact was a writer and editor there after his first paper was closed by authorities. Thus when Yale educated, trained and hired him  the institution surely knew what they were doing. In fact ,
1920. .

3.Since the resumption of diplomatic ties with China due to the influence of Henry Kissinger (whose son David is a Yale graduate) on President Nixon, every US ambassador to China is a Yalie and known or suspected member of Skull
and Bones, the only exception being a brief period during the Jimmy Carter presidency.

The current Ambassador, Mr. Randt is known to be a member of S & B by   the chinese authorities and is described as a ‘fraternity brother’ of President GW Bush. .
“New US Ambassador to China Promises Closer Relations”. Of course,   former President George H.W. Bush was a member of Skull and Bones and US ambassador to China as well.

Oddly, the paranoid Chinese Communist regime never seems to have a problem with this “fraternity” – for good reason as the following information will show.


1. “CNOOC’s All Star Team” . CNOOC , the chinese oil giant hired various lobbyists recently in its ultimately failed attempt to buy US oil company and owner of the only rare earth metals   mine in the USA, UNOCAL.
One of the lobbyists was BKSH an affiliate of Burson-Marsteller and part of the WPP group.

2. “Security Veteran Michael J. Hershmann To Head New Homeland Security Advisory Firm/18July2003.
. The new company is to “help navigate the security landscape” possibly with the ‘great helmsman’ in mind. The subsidiary of previously   mentioned BHSH and WPP will join with StoneBridge International and be called
Civitas, LLC. So the lobbyists for CNOOC are also navigators for companies that want a piece of the security pie caused by the 9-11   attacks and the creation of DHS.

3. StoneBridge International was run by Samuel Berger, also now known as Sandy-the-Burglar, caught with US secrets in his silk stockings   and now convicted of a misdemeanor and on probation. .

4. StoneBridge has a StoneBridge-China subsidiary. “…announces establishment of StoneBridge-China…” .

5. WPP has extensive ties in China as well. It is planning on doubling its workforce to 2000 employees and its subsidiaries are also   expanding in China. WPP is the second largest advertising / Public Relations firm in
the world led by a member ofBritish royalty.
. WPP Plans to expand in China.

6. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is managed by the illustrious Secretary Michael Chertoff. He was formerly a long term partner of the law firm Latham & Watkins (L&W). The company recently announced that it represented SEVEN CHINESE BANKS IN A RECENT DEAL.
“Latham & Watkins LLP Advises on Four of the Largest Project   Financings in Asia”.

7. One of the proud clients of the former DHS leader’s firm is Bank of China which is now implicated in money-laundering in Macau to FINANCE   THE NORTH KOREAN NUCLEAR PROGRAM. “U.S. Probes Banks’ North Korea Ties”…the source of this cite is ironic).

8. One of the other banks mentioned is Banco Delta Asia of Macau.
Banco Delta has a partner in the USA. The partner is HSBC which   happens to be tied to the hero of the New Orleans disaster, Michael “brownie’s doing a damned fine job” Brown, former head of DHS department FEMA or Federal Emergency   Management Agency. September, 16, 2005 –
“Guess which banks have been correspondents for Macau’s Banco Delta Asia….” one of the two was HSBC.

Michael Brownie involvement in odd things at HSBC = and apparently
HSBC was running a “credit card cartel” as well – “HSBC sued   over credit card ‘cartel’.

Moving on to an even more dangerous breed of cards…


1. Oracle corporation of Larry Ellison stands shoulder-to-shoulder with DHS in protecting the motherland. . And it also helps the Chinese motherland. “Oracle Mounting full Scale Linux    assault in China”. / “Oracle , Legend Cluster in China”. There is now even an OracleChina.


“Can You hide from Accenture”?
regarding “interesting views” its chairman has regarding RFID (Radio Frequency ID) which many christians and others believe is the feared ‘mark’ of the book of revelations.

3. Accenture spun off from the Enron scandal tarred Arthur Andersen accounting/ book-cooking firm. There are concerns over what this company is doing in Canada as well. “Just Who is the company taking over BC

4. “Accenture believes in ‘Sensor ship” (or should that have been ‘Sensor chip’?)

Yes….the protector of America’s Virtual Border is in Asia. In fact it is doing a lot of hiring there.

5. “ACCENTURE TO HIRE UP TO 30,000 IN ASIA” In fact the number could  get to be 50,000 more from the current 19,000 it now has in that continent.


6. OTI – ON TRACK INNOVATIONS. It is involved in the new biometric microchip enabled RFID ePassport that American citizens will soon   have to have. One does not need it to leave, but entry will be denied without  it.

“OTI receives GSA contract award and FIPS Certification for homeland
security products”, Jan. 25, 2005
AND “US Government Awards RFID Passport Contracts” three companies were OTI from Israel,
Oberthur and ASK Contactless -of the greatest US ally in the world –

7. OTI in China -”China starts to Launch Electronic ID Cards Incorporating OTI’s Contactless Technology” (thank goodness no pesky   human rights concerns there!)

8. Oberthur – It is manufacturing the cards in South Africa, a country whose political leanings are very open to question vis-a-vis the   interests of the USA.”Oberthur Card Systems to acquire AfriCard…”.

9. Oberthur is making cards for the Turkish military, a nation becoming increasingly “islamist” and closer to China.

(Oberthur will manufacture actual card for KeyCorp).

10. Oberthur – China “Oberthur wins China Smart Card Certification”. .

11. ASK Contactless – As noted earlier, OTI, ASK and Oberthur were awarded contracts for the development of ID technologies for the USA’s “security”. It recently sponsored a “Smart Labels China” exhibition in Beijing,
April 19-21 of 2005 and conquered (that was the word used) Portugal andit also “conquers the Californian coast.” .

12. Transcore, privately held, based in Dallas , Texas, USA.
“TRANSCORE develops FAST system to boost Homeland Security along borders with Canada and Mexico” The FAST system uses RFID to track vehicles via a windshield sticker. The
system is called eGo.

13.Transcore is also helping Chinese customs keep their country’s border secure . We should all sleep better now knowing that all is well since this Texan company of which little is known, since it is not publicly traded and thus is not under SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) scrutiny is dealing with BOTH CHINA AND THE USA SECURITY
AGENCIES USING THE SAME DEVICE FOR THE SAME PURPOSE – while chinese generals threaten the USA with nuclear incineration. “China Boosts Border Crossing
Efficiency and Security Using Transcore’s eGo Products”.

14.Transcore is also a proud partner of china in the ongoing genocide in Tibet by helping the chinese build the railway to Tibet that will   bring millions of Han chinese to finish the ethnocide begun by Mao when he invaded in 1959. “China Extends Transcore’s Railway Wireless Tracking System Nationwide”
“Protests, nature won’t stand in the way as China steamrolls into Tibet (IE). .

15. AXALTO – The KGB of Russia has its self respect too…it would not be left behind in this complex web of corruption and evil. “Axalto Gets Piece of Russian E-Passport Business” (Axalto is french-based). Russia under Putin is now an ally of Communist China.

16. AXALTO is a great friend of the USA in Homeland Security – it’s   mottocoincidentally is “YOUR FUTURE IN HAND” – precisely where the biblical mark of the beast is supposed to be implanted by the One World   Government
of the Anti-Christ.

The US and World headquarters for AXALTO smart cards is in Austin ,Texas, where Dubya used to be the Governor, busily signing nearly 160 death warrants, more than any Governor in US history far outpacing his brother in Florida who only has 19 or 20 so far….


There are many that believe that the Li bloodline of China is of Illuminati origin. “The Li Bloodline” AND

“Red Chinese Army Controls America’s Largest West Coast Container Port, Long Beach , California”

The article speaks of Hong Kong billionaire Li Kashing and his   Hutchinson Whampoa conglomerate which along with other companies has spread   tentacles all over the world . A subsidiary even has extensive business ties with
SAVI Technology the present employer of the first DHS leader Tom Ridge.

SEE: “US government officials further RFID “Mark of the Beast” agenda. . (
paragraphs 5,6 &7)

Li Kashing has a son that is a rising star (or should one say falling star?) He is being touted in messianical prose. “The Rise and Rise of   the Li Dynasty”


by Bruce Einhorn, October 3, 2005 . .


The Mao project started in Yale is not unique. The current President’s grandfather funded the rise of Hitler and others associated with the secret society helped bring about the Russian Revolution and kept Stalin in Power. There are also   ties to Pinochet, Manuel Noriega, Saddam Hussein and others that are   beyond the scope of this article. The one differentiation is that THIS PROJECT MIGHT SUCEED.


, with one billion people and rising like an evil phoenix, could rule   the world unlike Saddam in Iraq or Noriega in Panama that were mere national or regional powers. The rise of Maoism in China did not happen by accident. It was guided
along by Skull and Bones and other evil networks. The rise of the red dragon from a rice paddy to RFID, from the barefoot doctor to man in space has been designed. China has not risen, it has been lifted.The Craftlove NWO
Education Project provides this information as one tiny piece of the puzzle. What the beast fears most at this
juncture is exposure. The reader must as always draw his or her own conclusions and decide what action to take. However, to do nothing is to allow the rise of evil.
Changsha was the site of Mao Zedong’s conversion to communism

The 1903 Treaty of Shanghai between China and Japan opened the city to foreign trade. Consequently, factories, churches and schools were built. A college was started by Yale University bachelors, and later became a medical center named Xiangya and a secondary school named the Yali School.

Mao Zedong, founder of the People’s Republic of China began his political career in Changsha. He was a student at the Hunan Number 1 Teachers’ Training School from 1913 to 1918. He later returned as a teacher and principal from 1920 to 1922. The school was destroyed during the Chinese Civil War but has since been restored. The Former Office of the Hunan Communist Party Central Committee where Mao Zedong once lived is now a museum that includes Mao’s living quarters, photographs and other historical items from the 1920s.

Yali School

Founded in 1906 by Yale-in-China (雅礼协会 now known as the Yale-china association), Yali School has been known throughout China for its quality instruction, both as an American-owned private school during the first half of the 20th century and as a public school since then. The name Yali 雅礼 (pinyin: Yǎ Lǐ) comes from the Analects of Confucius, meaning elegance of expression (ya 雅) and propriety of conduct (li 礼), and is a transliteration of Yale in early-20th century. Yali’s school colors are blue, white (Yale colors) and red (China), as appear on the school uniform.

Founded in 1901, the Yale-China Association   is a private, nonprofit organization with more than a century of experience contributing to the development of education in and about China and to the furtherance of understanding and knowledge between Chinese and American people.

YALE (Yet Another Learning Environment)

Earlier Years
Brownell Gage, Warren Seabury, Lawrence Thurston, and Arthur Williams, all graduates of Yale Collge in the 1890s, founded Yale-in-China, and brought the mission to Changsha between the years of 1901 and 1905. In 1906, the mission’s preparatory school, or the Yali School, began operations. During the same year, Edward Hume, M.D., commenced the medical work in Changsha. In 1912, Yali’s first graduates received degrees.

Continued Success
The campus was dramatically expanded in 1914, and Yali became the most well-known and highly regarded education institution in the Republic of China era. By 1928, Yali started opening up its administrative and leadership roles to Chinese educators. While Yali students were known for their academic performance, they were also well trained athletes, with the school’s many athletic teams – soccer, volleyball, track, for example – winning provincial and national tournaments.

World War II Years
In 1938, Yali students and faculty were moved to Yuanling in western Hunan to avoid bombing in Changsha during the Japanese invasion of China. Teaching continued in Yuanling for seven years before returning to Changsha in 1946.

Early PRC Years
In November of 1948, the US government started evacuating Americans in China; Dr. Dwight Rugh became the last Yale-China representative in China. In 1951, Dr. Rugh was brought to the new gym on the Yali campus in a school-wide meeting to condemn “American Capitalist Invaders”; he returned to Ameirca via Hong Kong soon after. During the same year, the municipal government of Changsha took over the administration of the Yali School and changed its name to Changsha Number Five Middle School to be integrated into the city’s public school system. The School’s tie with Yale-China was cut off. During the next few decades, Yali experienced political turbulances that swept much of China.

After the Cultural Revolution
In 1980, Yali, known at the time still as Changsha Number Five middle School, revived operations. With the new “reform and openning-up” policy instituted by Deng Xiaoping, more freedom to connect with the outside world was realized. Yali alumni from the first half of the 20th Century started working tirelessly between Changsha and New Haven. In 1985, the School revived its relationship with the Yale-China Association and was once again known as Yali. The next year, two Yale-China bachelors arrived on campus and resumed teaching responsibilities.

New Era
Since 1986, Yali has reinvented itself again as a leading institution of secondary education in China. While following a standard curriculum prescribed by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, it expanded its education philosophy to include extracurriculars and specialty education to offer students opportunities to engage themselves in campus life in and outside the classroom. The School has received numerous provincial and national recognitions for its excellence in providing high quality education to young minds. In 1992, it became formally recognized as one of the three Provincial Key Schools in Changsha, establishing it as a premier institution in China’s public school system. At the same time, with its long history of international engagement, Yali has reached out to institutions in many other countries and established sister school relationships with foreign schools. In 2001, the School received a delegation from Yale University led by Yale’s president, Richard Levin, in celebration of both the Centennial of Yale-China Association as well as the Tercentennial of Yale University. In 2006, Yali celebrated its own Centennial, bringing back alumni/ae and former teachers from all parts of the world.

Yali currently has two campuses: a day school located near city-center (on Laodong Road between Furong Street and Shaoshan Street) and a boarding school campus located in the southern suburbs. However, as the city’s school board continues with the reforms of the school system under the intruction from the Hunan Provincial Education Bureau, the boarding school section is likely to become an independent private school, tentatively named “South Yali School (南雅中学)”, as it is located south of the main day school campus.
To grow, Yale goes to China
Levin sees strategic opportunity in booming country

By Julie Post
Published Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Daniel Weisfield ’08 thought he was leaving Yale thousands of miles behind when he traveled to China last year to study Mandarin in Beijing. But the humanities major soon discovered that he was far from being the only Yalie in the bustling city.

He bumped into fellow Elis at bars and restaurants; he saw Yale’s insignia engraved on a giant plaque at the National Library of China; and whenever he told a local he was a Yalie, they would say, with familiarity, “Ah, Yelu daxue,” or “Yale University!”

“Within Beijing, I sometimes felt I couldn’t go out without running into a Yalie,” Weisfield said. “Yalies are all over the place in a way that students from Princeton and Harvard are not.”

The growing number of Yale students flocking to booming metropolises like Beijing and Shanghai surprises few observers, given the wide range of programs for students to visit East Asia, not to mention Yale President Richard Levin’s efforts to forge ties to the Chinese government and universities.

The recent announcement that Chinese President Hu Jintao would deliver a major policy address at Yale sandwiched between a meeting with President Bush at the White House and the opening of the United Nations General Assembly was viewed by the Yale administration as validation of its efforts.

“I think that many universities are trying to strengthen those relations with China, but I think we’re doing very well,” Levin said. “The fact that we were chosen by the president of China to be the site for his only campus visit does reinforce the sense that Yale is more deeply committed than any of our peer institutions.”

But Levin’s courtship of government officials like Hu — the head of an authoritarian communist regime that has been accused of human rights violations — has left some students and faculty wondering exactly what role the University wants to play in China.

China has long been the centerpiece of Levin’s broader goal to transform Yale into a global institution, and the University hopes to benefit strategically from its exchanges with the world’s most populous nation as it emerges as a global superpower.

“In my opinion, it’s likely to be one of the world’s two great powers 15 or 20 years down the road,” Levin said. “I think that to have a strong footprint there, a strong set of connections, will be very good for Yale.”

Indeed, Yale is leaving its footprints throughout the Far East. Within the last six years, the University has formed partnerships between Yale and universities in China. The number of undergraduates studying in China under the Richard U. Light Fellowship has increased five times over since the program was launched eight years ago. The Law School in 1999 opened the China Law Center to influence human rights policy and help reform the country’s legal system. And the century-old Yale-China Association continues along its missionary path in China, now focusing on training health workers and teaching English.

Still, Yale and China continue their mutual courtship. The University has also hosted senior administrators from major Chinese universities during the last two summers through the University Leadership Program, which was co-sponsored by Yale and the Chinese government.

An early mission

Yale is far from the only American university with a growing presence in China. Harvard also has burgeoning alumni clubs in Beijing and Shanghai, and Princeton’s summer language institute in Beijing was the first of a host of similar institutes to be launched on Chinese soil.

Yale is also not the only school to have received top Chinese government officials and university administrators. In 2003, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao spoke at Harvard during a trip to the United States, and schools like Princeton and Columbia have regular exchanges with Chinese faculty and administrators.

But Yale’s storied history in China, which began nearly 200 years ago, and its early interest in Chinese language and cultural education have set the University apart from its peers. In 1854, Yale entered the record books as the first American university to grant a diploma to a Chinese student, Yung Wing.

“I think it’s public knowledge that Yale has stronger ties,” said Teng Kuan Ng, who coordinates Princeton’s Beijing language program. “I think a lot of this has to do with one particular guy in the late 19th century [Yung] … Yale and Harvard are more well-received in Beijing than Princeton, because their names just ring more easily in the Chinese ear, and especially because Yale has a long history in China.”

Yale’s ties to China were forged in the mid-19th century with America’s Second Great Awakening, which inspired many Christian missionaries from Yale — at the time a religious school — to seek converts in China’s vast, uncharted lands.

At the turn of the century, Yale formalized its missionary involvement in China through the creation of the Yale Foreign Ministry Society, a private non-governmental organization that today is known as the Yale-China Association. In 1906, members of the society opened the Yali Academy, which was later known as the Yali Middle School, in the city of Changsha. The school, which exists to this day, was initially run by Yale graduates, who instructed students on a variety of Western and Chinese subjects.

The society retained a presence in China throughout the first half of the 20th century, founding Hsiang-Ya Hospital, Medical College and Nursing School and Huachung University in Wuhan.

But, with the establishment of the communist People’s Republic of China in 1949 and Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution in the 1960s, Yale’s involvement in China came to an end. By 1951, most of Yale-in-China’s staff had been evacuated from the country.

For the next three decades, Yale, like the rest of the western world, observed China from the outside. It was not until 1980, after China had reopened its doors to the West, that Yale-China returned to the country. The exchange between China and the West took off after then-President Deng Xiaoping’s created an initiative to send Chinese students abroad to learn the ways of the West.

This thread pulls in more about WWII and why Mao was so favored against Chiang Kai-shek….

Webster G. Tarpley Debunks Pearl Harbor Myths (And British Spy Ring EXPOSED)

A Follow-up on the IPR and Sorge Spy Ring
Encyclopedia > Institute of Pacific Relations

The Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) was established in 1925 to provide a forum for discussion of Asian problems and relations between Asia and the West. To promote greater knowledge of the Far East, the IPR established a large research program, which was supported financially by grants from the Rockefeller Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation, and other major corporations. While the IPR leadership maintained it was a nonpartisan body, others, including some former members, accused it of supporting the Communist line with respect to its analysis of political developments in the Far East.

The 1952 Senate Internal Security Subcommittee (SISS) reviewed some 20,000 documents from the files of IPR, including letters, memoranda, minutes and reports The finding was beyond all doubt, that the IPR was a vehicle for pro-Communist leverage on American policy in China, a strikingly different conclusion than that reached by the Tydings Committee. The Senate Internal Security Subcommittee or more commonly know as SISS was a key player in the role of finding communists during the McCarthy era in America. …


Evidence points to breakdown in US / UK Relations

Something interesting : British Security Coordination (Propaganda) Spy Ring in the U.S. prior to Pearl Harbor
It was 1940, the Nazis were in the ascendant, the Blitz at its deadliest, and Britain’s last hope was to bring a reluctant United States into the war. So it was that the largest covert operation in UK history was launched. William Boyd sheds light on a forgotten spy ring
William Boyd
The Guardian, Saturday 19 August 2006

“British Security Coordination”. The phrase is bland, almost defiantly ordinary, depicting perhaps some sub-committee of a minor department in a lowly Whitehall ministry. In fact BSC, as it was generally known, represented one of the largest covert operations in British spying history; a covert operation, moreover, that was run not in Occupied France, nor in the Soviet Union during the cold war, but in the US, our putative ally, during 1940 and 1941, before Pearl Harbor and the US’s eventual participation in the war in Europe against Nazi Germany.

Former US diplomat exposes how US actually helped communist China instead of KMT

The U.S. had now become aligned with the British which considered Chiang Kai-Shek an enemy.
Also they could not allow Shek to take Manchuria and the opium trade….

Many do not know that Japan was a British ally in the drug trade up until WWII.


War and Period                British Allies                British Opponent
Opium War, [email protected]   England and France   Chinese Dynasty
Revolution, 1867-1858   England and France   Chinese Nationalists
Storming of Pekin, 1860   England and France   Chines Dynasty
Revolution, 1860-1885   England and France   Chinese Nationalists
Yellow War, 1894-1895   Japan and (England)   Chinese Dynasty
Revolution, 1898                England-Frandapan   Chinese Nationalists
Boxer War, 1900-1901   All the Great Powers   Chinese Nationalists
Revolution, 1911                England-France-Japan   Chinese Nationalists
Revolution, 19281927   England, France, Japan, Portugal, Spain and Holland   Gen. Chiang Kai-shek
Manchurian Conquest, 1931   Japan                           Gen. Chiang Kai-shek
Manchuria was known for its shamanism, ginseng and tigers.
The Manchu imperial symbol was a tiger with a ball of opium in its mouth.
The Manchu imperial symbol was a tiger with a ball of blue opium in its mouth. This same symbol was carved in stone on many temple entrances and gates and was subsequently used on the imperial and national flag used by China from 1890 till 1912, the colour blue giving way to Imperial Yellow, as the government sought to distance itself from the trade of opium.
Japan’s Drug Policies in East Asia

Japanese narcotics sales had already been a common practice in China during World War I. The Japanese used drugs as a weapon of war to undermine China’s capacity for resistance. Prior to and during World War II, Japan’s military in occupied Manchuria (Manchukuo), had the task and cost of subjugating northern China, relied on drug sales to finance its operations. Japanese navy gun boats transported drugs manufactured in laboratories controlled by the army. In fact, the military had set up a system of some seven thousand pharmacies which sold opium and heroin to the population.

In occupied Manchuria, the Japanese not only promoted opium cultivation but its refinement into smoking opium and sale to the population. In 1931, it was estimated that one in 120 Manchurians was habituated to drugs. By 1938, one of every forty Manchurians was addicted. In fact, the League of Nations repeatedly admonished the Japanese drug policies in occupied Manchuria. In its 1937 report the League’s Opium Advisory Committee specifically referred to the clandestine manufacture and the illicit traffic in narcotic drugs undertaken by Japanese subjects in China in the territories under Japanese influences, claiming that the situation had deteriorated to an alarming extent. Japan earned US$300 million annually during the 1930s from the distribution and sale of Manchurian opium and heroin.

A Japanese army manual explained the strategy as follows: “The use of narcotics is unworthy of a superior race like the Japanese. Only inferior races, races that are decadent like the Chinese, Europeans, and the East Indians, are addicted to the use of narcotics. This is why they are destined to become our servants and eventually disappear.”

Chiang as an officer candidate in the Wehrmacht. The shoulder boards indicate the rank of Unterofizzier

Chiang Kai Shek’s son Chiang Wei Guo (1916 – 1997)

Chiang Wei Guo studied at several universities, including Soochow University and National Chiao Tung University, but did not complete his education at either school.

Chiang Kai-shek had sent his eldest son, Chiang Ching-kuo to the Soviet Union to study, but it became impossible for him to send Wei-kuo there after the KMT violently ended its alliance with the Chinese Communists in the Shanghai Massacre.

Consequently, he sent Wei-kuo to Nazi Germany for military training instead. During his time in Germany, he served as a Lieutenant commanding a panzer tank during the 1938 Anschluss with Austria. Afterwards, he returned to China and quickly rose through the ranks through his father’s connections. He became a major at 28, a lieutenant colonel at 29, a colonel at 32, and major general at 34.

In 1969, Rockefeller Official Said US Would Be De-industrialized

Related article by Dennis Cuddy mentions Lawrence Dunegan and Dr. Richard Day
By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
November 27, 2006

As I have mentioned many times before, the power elite’s favorite means of controlling people is the dialectical process. This often involves creating a “threat” to a particular population. For example, the terrorist threat after 9/11 caused Americans to be willing to give up certain of their freedoms which they had been unwilling to give up before 9/11.

David Rockefeller meets Zhou Enlai almost 30 years after Baron Robert Rothschild left Zhou behind. The picture was probably taken in June 1973.

Whatever covertly happened between the globalist movement and China before the early 1970s, from this time on Henry Kissinger started conferring with Zhou Enlai, still China’s prime minister and usually seen as less radical than Mao himself.
Kissinger made two secret trips to China in 1971 to lay the ground work for Nixon’s 1972 public visit. In the following years, Kissinger made subsequent secret trips to China to make sensitive intelligence exchanges.
Robert C. McFarlane (Marine Corps colonel; said to be a good friend of George Griggs, according to Kay Griggs; CFR; National Security Adviser; chair National Security Planning Group; advisor Zionist Washington Institute for Near East Policy; vice-chair and co-founder America-China Society; director of Aegis Defence Services, a London-based mercenary company with large contracts in Iraq which is headed by Lord Peter Inge (Privy Council; Knight of the Garter; Pilgrims Society) and an SAS/MI6 officer) was among those who went with him, in his case between 1973 and 1976.
The National Council for US-China Trade was established in May 1973 (42), the same month in which Chase Manhattan Bank opened a Moscow office at 1 Karl Marx Square (43). This was also the first year that the secretive US-USSR Trade and Economic Council meetings were going on; its Overseas Development Council at one point chaired by David Rockefeller  (according to his digital Who’s Who).
The US-China Council served as an unofficial discussion board between the Chinese government and the CEOs of the US and has been instrumental in opening up formal relations with China in the 1978-1979 period. David Rockefeller is known to have met with Zhou at least once in June of 1973 (44).

“During World War II, ‘Yale in China’ was a primary instrument used by the U.S. Establishment and its Office of Strategic Services (OSS) to install the Maoists into power. ‘Yale in China’ was run by OSS operative Reuben Holden, the husband of Bush’s cousin, and also a member of Skull and Bones. ”

The Maoists made China into the world’s largest opium producer.
Reuben Holden, 77, College President And Yale Executive
Published: December 3, 1995
Reuben A. Holden, a former executive at Yale University who became a college president in North Carolina, died on Wednesday at Memorial Mission Hospital in Asheville, N.C. He was 77 and lived in Black Mountain, N.C.

The cause was cancer, said his son Reuben A. Holden 5th.

Mr. Holden was Yale University’s third-ranking executive, with the title of secretary, from 1953 to 1971, when he began 15 years as president of Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa, N.C.

Radley H. Daly, the deputy secretary and marshal of Yale, said yesterday, “For almost two decades, he was a key adviser to two presidents of Yale and to the corporation,” as Yale’s board of trustees is called. Mr. Holden also functioned as chief of staff to the presidents, A. Whitney Griswold and Kingman Brewster, and to the corporation.

His responsibilities included overseeing the university’s relations with the New Haven community. He was tested in that capacity in 1970, when civil-rights protesters — largely from out of town — held a mass rally on the New Haven Green, a park adjoining the Yale campus, to protest the bringing to trial in New Haven of civil-rights advocates who were members of the Black Panthers.

Mr. Brewster, striving to avoid confrontation with the protesters, quietly had the Yale campus made open to them and had food given to them there. Mr. Holden handled the arrangements.

He was born in Louisville, Ky., and graduated in 1940 from Yale College, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was managing editor of the campus newspaper. He was an infantry officer in World War II and later received a Ph.D. in education from Yale.

Besides his son, Reuben, of Charlottesville, Va., he is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Walker Holden; two daughters, Grace Holden of Arlington, Va., and Mary Holden Ayach of Black Mountain; another son, George W. Holden of Austin, Tex., and six grandchildren

5. China and the Opium Wars
Why all this interest in China? Well, China, among other things, is one of the largest producers and users of opiates in the world.

For a while, in the 1800s, the Yankee Clippers in Connecticut and Massachusetts were the fastest ships on the ocean. Speed was crucial to the opium trade; whoever made the trip from Turkey/India to Macao/Hong Kong/Shanghai first got the most for their goods.

During the Opium Wars, the U.S. chose to stand on the sidelines and cheer for the English and French, knowing that treaty obligations would bring the U.S. a share in the spoils. Russell and Company was at times the only trading house operating in Canton and used the opportunity to developed strong commercial ties and handsome profits.

Powerful national interests were behind the drug trade, because American traders were badly in need of some article the Chinese would buy, since by this time the seal breeding grounds had been nearly wiped out. If the Chinese had not bought opium from Americans, then United States imports of silk, porcelain and tea would have to paid in precious coin, which was in short supply. In 1843, when the Port of Shanghai was opened, Russell and Co. was one of its earliest traders.

In 1903, Yale Divinity School set up a program of schools and hospitals in China. Mao Zedong was among the staff. During the intrigues of China in the 1930s and ’40s, American intelligence called upon the resources of “Yale in China”, and George Bush’s cousin and fellow “Bonesman” Reuben Holden.

After stints as UN Ambassador and Chairman of the Republican National Committee for the beleaguered Richard Nixon, George Bush was sent to look after the “China trade”. The Bush family is still very much involved in the economic activities of “Red” China.

Many researchers contend that George Bush has been with CIA since the early 1950s, and that one of his jobs was to consolidate and co-ordinate the worldwide narcotics industry, the largest industry on Earth. Some say that one of the reasons behind the Vietnam “Police Action” was a cover for the consolidation of the “Golden Triangle”.
The Manuscripts and Archives section of Yale’s Library has the records of the Yale-China Association. See Reuben Andrus Holden, Yale in China: The Mainland, 1909-1951 (New Haven: Yale in China Association, 1964).

Yale, Professor of History, Gaddis Smith, said, “Yale has influenced the Central Intelligence Agency more than any other university, giving the CIA the atmosphere of a class reunion.” And “Bonesman” have been foremost among the “spooks”, virtually building the CIA into a “haunted house.”

F. Trubee Davison (Skull and Bones ’18), was Director of Personnel at the CIA in the early years. Some of the other Bonesmen connected with the “intelligence community” are: William Sloane Coffin, Jr. (’49); V. Van Dine (’49); James Buckley (’44); Bill Buckley (’50); Hugh Cunnigham (’34); Hugh Wilson; Reuben Holden; Charles R. Walker; “Yale’s unofficial Secretary of War,” Robert D. French (’10); Archibald MacLiesh (’15); Dino Pionzio (’50),
CIA Deptuy Chief of Station during Allende overthrow; William and McGeorge Bundy; Richard A. Moore (‘3?); Senator David Boren (’63); Senator John Kerry; and of course George Bush. Bush “tapped” Coffin, who, tapped Buckley.

Cf. Reuben Holden, Yale in China : the Mainland, 1901-1951 (New Haven : Yale-in-China Association,
1964), p. 160. Holden remarks a parallel situation where the collegiate students in Yalein-China were found to be less susceptible to the emotional appeals of the Kuomintang Party.
The Summer of 1930 – American Policy and Chinese Communism
Reuben_A._Holden_IV’s dad, The SS Morro Castle disaster and his mother’s death:
Reuben Andrus Holden III (March 14, 1890 in Cincinnati, Ohio – February 27, 1967), was a tennis player during the early part of the 20th Century.

Holden played on the Yale University tennis team

In 1934, just two years after he reached his last doubles final here, tragedy struck the Holden home. The holiday liner SS Morro Castle, bound for home after a trip to Havana with 549 passengers and crew aboard, was engulfed in flames while off the coast of New Jersey. The passenger list that night included Mr. Holden, his two sons Reuben IV and John, and his wife, Grace Morgan Holden. Grace was among the 137 who died in the fire.
Now, remember, if we get separated in the water we’ll all meet at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York” said Mrs. Grace Holden of Cincinnati , Ohio, before she, her two sons John (1922-1995) and Reuben, (1918-1995) and husband, Yale tennis player Reuben A. Holden (1890-1967) jumped from the ship together.

An article in the Brooklyn Eagle described how they were parted in the water, and how the males of the family were put to bed in three separate locations, none at the Roosevelt Hotel, not knowing that Mrs. Holden’s body had already been identified in New Jersey by the manager of the Monmouth Hotel. Mr. Holden later gave this brief account:

My wife and I were awakened by the commotion in the hallway outside our cabin. Looking out our porthole, we could see the flames. Mrs. Holden and I went across the passageway and got our two sons out of their cabin. We went out on deck and found groups of people huddled about the deck rails by the stern

Reuben Andrus Holden IV graduated from Yale University, Class of 1940. He served as Secretary of Yale during the 1960s, authored several books, and married the cousin of U.S. President George Bush, senior.

The IPR was investigated by the Senate in 1951 (McCarthy)

The IPR was investigated by the Senate in 1951 (McCarthy)  a must read:

Full text of Institute of Pacific Relations_ Hearings before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-second Congress SEPTEMBER 14, 18, 19, 20, 25, 1951 :


Tonight, Ambassador at Large Philip C. Jessup, who had been accused by Senator McCarthy of “accepting” contributions for the American Council of Institute of Pacific Relations from Frederick Vanderbilt Field, denounced this as a false “insinuation” that the council was “being paid to peddle the Communist Party line.”

Mr. Jessup declared in the first place that he was not, as alleged by Mr. McCarthy, largely in control of the organization. At the time in question, 1942 and 1943, the Ambassador added, its head was Dr. Robert Gordon Sproul, president of the University of California, and sponsors for a drive for funds included  Henry Luce, the magazine publisher, and Juan Trippe of Pan-American Airways.

Mr. Field’s contributions of $3,500, Mr. Jessup said, were part of $200,000 taken up, much of it from the Rockefeller Foundation, the Carnegie Corp., and large industrial concerns.

Of Messrs. Luce and Trippe, Ambassador Jessup observed :

“Surely these gentlemen would never have accepted payments from Mr. Field or anyone else for ‘selling the Communist Party line.’ Neither would I if I had been in control.”

Senator McCarthy had called Mr. Field a known Communist.

[From the New York Times, April 4, 1950] Text of Lattimore’s Memorandum on United States Far Eastern Policy

Mr. Lattimore, head of the Walter Hines Page School of International Relations at Johns Hopkins

Washington, April 3 (AP). — Following is the text of Owen Lattimore’s memorandum on United States policy in the Far East, drafted for a State Department advisory committee last August and made public today by Mr. Lattimore :

1. The type of policy represented by support for Chiang Kai-shek does more harm than good to the interests of the United States, and no modification of this policy seems promising

2. China cannot be economically coerced by such measures as cutting off trade.
Nothing could be more dangerous for the American interest than to underestimate the ability of the Chinese Communists to achieve the minimum level of economic stability that will make their regime politically secure.

3. It is not possible to make Japan a satisfactory instrument of American policy.

4. South Korea is more of a liability than an asset to the interests and policy of the United States.–tin/page-2-institute-of-pacific-relations-hearings-before-the-subcommittee-to-investigate–tin.shtml

Mr. Morris. Mr. Chairman, may I point out at this time that Mr.  Ozaki was in 1936 the Japanese council delegate to the IPR conference  at Yosemite?

General Willoughby. Yes. That makes Ozaki doubly interesting  to this committee specializing in the quality of the membership of the  Institute of Pacific Relations. Ozaki is a type member in good standing of the Institute of Pacific Relations in his days.


In order to once more emphasize the character of Sorge’s organization — apparatus is the pseudo or Russian term for it — I would like to quote from his diary, duly authenticated reference in the hands of
the counsel. This is Sorge speaking :

As head of the Japan spy ring, I was directly affiliated with the central committee of the U. S. S. R. Communist Party. I was also under the fourth bureau (intelligence) of the Red army with respect to the technical aspects of my work and a few subject matter in’oblems.
As I see it —

this is Sorge speaking —

my espionage group should be considered a special arm of the central committee of the U. S. S. R. Communist Party. That was its essential characteristic.

Another distinguishing feature was its technical and organization connection with the fourth bureau (intelligence) of the Red army. The espionage group which I operated in Japan, all of its members have frankly confessed that they were working to advance the cause of commiunism and not for money or  personal gain.

Mr. Morris. General, approximately how many members were there in that ring ?

General Willoughby. Fifteen to twenty. While the personnel of this ring varied from time to time, this skillful bank of spies — agents, if you wish — worked for nine productive years before their discovery. The famous Canadian spy case was one of the best examples of this type of espionage. I believe, however, that the Sorge efforts in Tokyo compare most favorably with this famous case.

Senator Ferguson. How many nationalities were in this ring?

Sorge was a German ?

General Willoughby. Yes.

Senator Ferguson. Guenther Stein was British?

General Willoughby. British citizen of German origin.

Senator Ferguson. Smedley was an American ?

General Willoughby. Was an American.

Agnes Smedley(far right) with her friends Mao Tsetung(left) and general Chu Teh in Yenan guerilla base. 1937
Photographer: Helen Foster Snow Magnum Acc# 93-1116

Agnes Smedley, a triple agent who worked for the Soviets, the Chinese Communists, and the Indian nationalists, was one of the most prolific female spies of the 20th century. Unlike most agents of the day, who were reasonably erudite, Smedley lacked a formal education and came from a poor, undistinguished family.

At New York University circa 1912, Smedley befriended a group of students from India who were agitators in their country’s nationalist movement. She soon joined the Friends of Freedom for India, a secretive organization closely monitored by the U.S. government.

In 1918, while she was a student at the University of California, Smedley was arrested in the company of Salindranath Ghose, a prominent Indian nationalist, and charged with aiding and abetting espionage

Soon after the indictment Smedley left the U.S. for Berlin. She became involved with the Communist faction of the Indian nationalist movement in Germany and entered into a common-law marriage with Virendranath Chattoopadhyaya, a Communist Indian nationalist leader.

In 1928, Smedley left for Shanghai, China by way of Moscow. Agents there assigned her to keep tabs on the British-trained and British-directed police in Shanghai and to support the Communist cause there.

Smedley began a professional and romantic relationship with Richard Sorge, a Russian-born spy for the Soviets based in Shanghai.

During World War II Smedley lived intermittently in the U.S. and served as an advisor to the U.S. general Joseph Stilwell, who was the military advisor to Chiang Kai-shek, the leader of non-Communist China.

Smedley used her position to recommend that Stilwell secretly send a limited amount of U.S. military supplies to the Chinese Communists in the event that they could help the U.S. against a potential Japanese attack. Stilwell agreed to Smedley’s request.

By 1950, rumors began to circle among government officials about Smedley’s identity as a Soviet agent. The FBI assigned a team of agents to monitor her activities. Feeling pressured, Smedley left for England. The House Un-American Activities Committee subpoenaed her shortly after she left. Smedley died in England less than three years later, never having appeared before the committee.

Her ashes were spread in a cemetery for revolutionaries in the Chinese capital.

The Wuhan Gang, including Joseph Stilwell, Agnes Smedley, Evans Carlson, Frank Dorn, Jack Belden, S.T. Steele, John Davies, David Barrett and more, were the core of the Americans who were to influence the American decision-making on behalf of the Chinese communists. It was not something that could be easily explained by Hurley’s accusation in late 1945 that American government had been hijacked by i) imperialists and ii) communists. At play was not a single-thread Russian or Comintern conspiracy against the Republic of China but an additional channel that was delicately knit by the sohphiscated Chinese communist saboteurs to employ the above-mentioned Americans for their cause”

Network of CCP Secret Agents Inside Of KMT & Nanking Puppet Governments

Gao Hua classified CCP’s espionage activities into three lines: Kang Sheng’s CCP Central Social Department, Wu Kejian’s CCP Southern Bureau behind-enemy-line-committee (i.e., under Zhou Enlai/Li Kenong control), and Pan Hannian’s Southern China Bureau (in charge of Shanghai-HK nexus). Yu Maochun, in “OSS In China”, had presented the line of dual status agents under the control of both Chinese communists and Comintern.

Update:  Remember Japan defeated the Czar in 1911 This article is apologetic to Japan and skips over Manchurian Opium….
Communist Spies Sent to Japan and China

In Asia, Japan was the only country which turned strongly against the communists, while the USA was very slow to realize the danger of communism. And for the Soviet Union, Japan was the biggest impediment to communize Asia. That was why the Soviet Union tried to use the American armed forces to destroy Japan. For that purpose, the Soviet Union sent many secret agents of the Communist International to China, the USA and Japan.

Some of their agents were sent to Japan, but the Japanese police strictly discovered and arrested them. It is famous in Japan that a German communist, Richard Sorge, entered Japan and succeeded in sending some secret documents on important Japanese policies to the Soviet Union. The information he sent later contributed to the victory of the Soviet Union against Germany and Japan. Due to the information provided by Sorge, the Soviet Union was able to delay invading Japan until the USA defeated Japan in 1945. Sorge himself was arrested as a spy suspect just before the Pacific War and later executed.

The Communist International also sent many agents to China to help Chinese communists and make China a communist country. The Soviet agents worked with the Chinese communist leader Mao Zedong in every way, and also around Chiang Kai-shek were many communist agents. Chiang himself was not a communist but was shrewdly managed by the communists.

For the communists, the biggest desire was to drag the USA into the war against Japan, for Japan was the biggest impediment to communizing China, and the only country with the power to destroy Japan was the USA. If they fought against each other, there would be a big opportunity of communizing China. In fact, on July 19, 1935, American ambassador to the Soviet Union, W. Bullitt, informed his country that it was the biggest desire for the Soviet Union to drag the USA into a war against Japan. In order to realize this, the communists used every method to make the USA look upon Japan as the enemy.

Chiang Kai-shek was caught by communists during a careless moment in Xi’an in 1936, and was taken to Mao Zedong, who really wanted to kill him. But before killing Chiang, Mao asked Moscow what to do. The answer was, “Do not kill him. Force him to fight against Japan.” Mao followed this order and said to Chiang, “I will save your life if you fight against the Japanese military forces!” Chiang accepted it and then on, he was always being watched by the communists who had infiltrated his troops.

Mao Zedong (left) and Chiang Kai-shek (right).
This photo was taken in 1945. Chiang’s change  of mind drove Japan to the war.

By Chiang’s change of mind, Japan was dragged into the Chinese civil war, for Chiang’s soldiers began attacking the Japanese people to provoke them to war. .

U.S. assist Communists gain power in China

Wall Street intervention in the Sun Yat Sen revolution of 1911

Under the Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson (B 1888), During World War II, General Joseph W. Stilwell, acting on orders from General George C. Marshall in Washington to stop the supply of ammunition so as to disarm Chinese forces fighting communists.

“By about the year 2000 Communist China will be a “superpower” built by American technology and skill.” Antony C. Sutton, American Secret Establishment published 1984

This is not the place to tell the whole story of American involvement in China. It began with Wall Street intervention into the Sun Yat Sen revolution of 1911 — a story not yet publicly recorded.

During World War II the United States helped the Chinese Communists into power. As one Chinese authority, Chin-tung Liang, has written about General Joseph W. Stilwell, the key U.S. representative in China from 1942 to 1944: “From the viewpoint of the struggle against Communism . . . [Stilwell] did a great disservice to China.” [2]

Yet Stilwell only reflected orders from Washington, from General George C. Marshall. And as Admiral Cooke stated to Congress, “… in 1946 General Marshall used the tactics of stoppage of ammunition to invisibly disarm the Chinese forces. [3]

But when we get to General Marshall we need to remember that in the U.S. the civilian branch has final authority in matters military and that gets us to then Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, Marshall’s superior and a member of The Order (1888). By an amazing coincidence, Stimson was also Secretary of War in 1911 — at the time of the Sun Yat Sen revolution.

The story of the betrayal of China and the role of The Order will have to await yet another volume. At this time we want only to record the decision to build Communist China as a new arm of the dialectic — a decision made under President Richard Nixon and placed into operation by Henry Kissinger (Chase Manhattan Bank) and George “Poppy” Bush (The Order).

As we go to press (early 1984) Bechtel Corporation has established a new company, Bechtel China, Inc., to handle development, engineering and construction contracts for the Chinese government. The new President of Bechtel China, Inc. is Sydney B. Ford, formerly marketing manager of Bechtel Civil & Minerals, Inc. Currently Bechtel is working on studies for the China National Coal Development Corporation and the China National Offshore Oil Corporation — both, of course, Chinese Communist organizations.

It appears that Bechtel is now to play a similar role to that of Detroit based Albert Kahn, Inc., the firm that in 1928 undertook initial studies and planning for the First Five Year Plan in the Soviet Union.

By about the year 2000 Communist China will be a “superpower” built by American technology and skill. It is presumably the intention of The Order to place this power in a conflict mode with the Soviet Union.

There is no doubt Bechtel will do its job. Former CIA Director Richard Helms works for Bechtel, so did Secretary of State George Shultz and Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger. That’s a powerful, influential combination, if any Washington planner concerned with national Security gets out of line sufficiently to protest.

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Diplomat, scholar and jurist His Excellency Philip Caryl Jessup (January 5, 1897- January 31, 1986).

A graduate of Hamilton College (B.A.) and Yale University (LL.B.), Jessup had been Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) conference in 1943 and the U.N. Monetary and Financial Conference (the “Bretton Woods” Conference) in 1944 before serving as a member of the American delegation to the U.N. charter conference in San Francisco in 1945.

In addition to serving as a technical expert and advisor to various U.N. committees, Jessup also prepared the U.S. State Department’s “White Paper” on China. His praise of Communist Party forces and condemnation of Kuomintang forces in the country led to his scrutiny by Senator Joseph McCarthy. Jessup became a primary target of McCarthy, who charged in the 1950 Tydings Committee hearings that Jessup was a security risk who had “an unusual affinity … for Communist causes.” Although Jessup was cleared of all charges the the Loyalty Board of the State Department and the Tydings Committee, and McCarthy was rebuked by many fellow senators and other statesman, McCarthy’s allegations severely damaged Jessup’s reputation and career.

President Harry S. Truman appointed Jessup as the U.S. delegate to the United Nations in 1951. When the appointment came before the Senate, however, it was not approved, largely because of McCarthy’s influence. To circumvent the Senate’s action, President Truman assigned Jessup as United States delegate to the United Nations on an “interim appointment.”

Shortly after John F. Kennedy took office as president, the State Department approved the appointment of Jessup as the U.S. candidate for the International Court of Justice, a post that did not need Senate confirmation.

Yet Stilwell only reflected orders from Washington, from General George C. Marshall. And as Admiral Cooke stated to Congress, “… in 1946 General Marshall used the tactics of stoppage of ammunition to invisibly disarm the Chinese forces. [3]

But when we get to General Marshall we need to remember that in the U.S. the civilian branch has final authority in matters military and that gets us to then Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, Marshall’s superior and a member of The Order (1888). By an amazing coincidence, Stimson was also Secretary of War in 1911 — at the time of the Sun Yat Sen revolution.

Henry L. Stimson – NYT OBIT:
Henry L. Stimson Dies at 83 In His Home on Long Island
HUNTINGTON, L.I., Oct. 20– October 21, 1950

Henry L. Stimson, former Secretary of War, died here at 4 P. M. today in his home, Highhold, West Hills. He had celebrated his eighty-third birthday on Sept. 21.

As President Truman’s senior adviser on military use of atomic energy, Henry L. Stimson made the deciding recommendation to drop the first atomic bomb, one of the most significant events in the history of mankind.

Attracted Elihu Root
It was Mr. Stimson’s great good fortune as a young man of solid social background and education at Yale and Harvard to attract the attention of Elihu Root, then near the zenith of his long and influential career as a conservative Republican statesman and lawyer.

Young Henry was sent to Phillips Andover Academy, where, he recalled in later life, the students enjoyed “perfect freedom, tempered by expulsion.”   [Andover Academy had a Pre-S&B society]

Mr. Stimson entered Yale in 1884 and spent the summer of his freshman year roughing it in the wilds of Canada. He was elected near the end of his junior year to Skull and Bones, oldest of the senior societies. He was graduated in 1888. After two years at Harvard Law School he was admitted to the bar in New York in 1891. By the end of 1905, as a member of Senator Root’s law firm, he was making some $20,000 a year, and in January, 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt appointed him United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, his first public post. The salary was half what he had been making in private practice.

When a vacancy occurred in the post of Secretary of War, President Taft took thought to the political needs of the Republican party in this state and appointed Mr. Stimson, probably on the recommendation of Mr. Root who, as Secretary of War in the Cabinets of McKinley and Roosevelt, had taken the far-reaching step of forming the Army’s first General Staff.

When Mr. Stimson took office on May 22, 1911, the United States Army consisted of some 4,300 officers and 70,250 enlisted men, most of them distributed among obsolete military posts. Major Gen. Leonard Wood was Chief of Staff when Mr. Stimson became Secretary of War, and with Wood’s aid the new Secretary was able to effect a new and more-efficient regrouping of the nation’s tiny forces. But the nation was almost completely uninterested in army matters, and Mr. Stimson’s post was easily the most unimportant in the Cabinet.

The outbreak of the first World War in 1914 found the United States Army almost completely unprepared, much to Mr. Stimson’s regret. [ Really? you really think so?] …
Secretary of State in ’31
Mr. Stimson was Secretary of State during the 1931 Manchurian crisis [always there for a crisis], which with the Ethiopian crisis of 1936 and the Munich appeasement of 1938, constituted the major retreats made by the Western powers before the nationalistic aggression that led to the second World War. President Hoover, who himself had considerable personal knowledge of Far Eastern affairs, had great confidence in Mr. Stimson’s judgment in this field and gave him virtually a free hand. The Manchurian storm broke almost without warning.

On Sept. 17, 1931, Mr. Stimson received Katsuji Dubuchi, Japanese Ambassador, and both agreed that tensions in the Far East seemed to be relieved and that Japanese-American relations were much improved. Two days later Japanese troops occupied the Manchurian arsenal city of Mukden and other points in south Manchuria, territory claimed by China.

The beginning of the second World War in 1939 found the War Department split by a feud between Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring and Assistant Secretary Louis Johnson. In a typically Rooseveltian stroke of political daring, the President decided to invite Mr. Stimson to accept the War post which the harassed Secretary Woodring finally vacated. It was formally offered in a telephone call from President Roosevelt on June 19, 1940. At the same time another Republican, Frank Knox of Chicago, was invited to become Secretary of the Navy, and accepted.

Mr. Stimson was 73 years old when he accepted the colossal task of carrying forward his country’s preparation for taking part in a war from which it was almost certain that it could not keep free.[ Just in time AGAIN for Pearl Harbor!!!] He was remembered for the failure of his Manchurian policy, and his advanced years caused it to be said openly in Washington that he would collapse under the strain.

With an energy that would have been astonishing in a man twenty years younger, Secretary Stimson grappled with the task of making the ground and army air forces ready for almost certain war service. When he had been Secretary of War in 1911, there had been almost endless time to prepare for war, but no money. Now there was almost inexhaustible money and no time.

United States Attacked by Japan
The Japanese attacked us on Dec. 7, 1941, and then and later, Mr. Stimson became involved in the controversy over who was to blame for the fact that the American land and sea forces were surprised at Pearl Harbor. Secretary Stimson maintained that Lieut. Gen. Walter Short, commanding in Hawaii, had been adequately warned before the attack. Another and very tenacious school of thought held that the warning had not been sufficiently explicit.

In the fall of 1941 President Roosevelt named Secretary Stimson to a committee to advise on nuclear fission policy [Before Pearl Harbor!] , and from May 1, 1943, until he resigned as Secretary of War, Mr. Stimson was the President’s senior adviser on the military employment of atomic energy.

Secretary Stimson selected four targets, two of which were subjected to the atomic bomb attack–Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945, and Nagasaki three days later. Both attacks caused great loss of life among civilians as well as among members of the Japanese armed forces and also vast property damage.

When the armies that he had helped to raise were victorious in Europe and Japan in the greatest conflict of all time, Mr. Stimson resigned as Secretary of War on Sept. 21, 1945 [Mission completed!] , and retired to Highhold, his Long Island estate, which he had occupied since 1903.
Stimson had the Bomb
Part III: The Manhattan Engineer District
… Bush, with the help and authority of Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, setup the Military Policy Committee, including one representative each from the Army, the Navy, and the Office of Scientific Research and Development
Yet Stilwell only reflected orders from Washington, from General George C. Marshall. And as Admiral Cooke stated to Congress, “… in 1946 General Marshall used the tactics of stoppage of ammunition to invisibly disarm the Chinese forces. [3]

But when we get to General Marshall we need to remember that in the U.S. the civilian branch has final authority in matters military and that gets us to then Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, Marshall’s superior and a member of The Order (1888). By an amazing coincidence, Stimson was also Secretary of War in 1911 — at the time of the Sun Yat Sen revolution.

For even more information read the A Secret Government! – By Sibel Edmonds  Thread which goes into Origins of RAND – Radar development at Tuxedo Park – Alfred Lee Loomis – multimillionare and the ultimate insider – after the war and retiring he never gave an interview (the unknown Howard Hughes)

Origins of RAND – Tuxedo Park – Alfred Lee Loomis

Alfred Lee Loomis  is the nephew of Henry L. Stimson and developed LORAN and other radars used in the war.

Toward the end of the war, when Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson and Lt. Gen. Leslie Groves, head of the Manhattan Project that developed the atomic bomb, were trying to decide which Japanese cities to bomb, a chance visit by Mr. Loomis helped persuade the two men to spare the ancient city of Kyoto. Mr. Loomis had studied Japanese history at Harvard and was passionate about the ancient city’s art treasures.

Then his son Henry Loomis, He served on the board of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology-affiliated Mitre Corp. for 13 years and worked with the Central Intelligence Agency and the Defense Department before being named Voice of America director in 1958.

And :
Henry Loomis – Eisenhower Administration – Working for the CIA – Came up with Biological and chemical warfare plan for the US.

Walmart – America-China Chamber of Commerce (USCCC) – Prescott Bush Jr.  Hmmm…
Yale China Association Biennial 2001-2003

Contributers July 1 2001 – June 30 2003 :
The Officers and Trustees of Yale-China Association extend their sincere thanks…

Prescott S. Bush Jr.

Prescott Bush, Jr. (born 1922), Prescott Bush’s eldest son, served as chairman of the U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce.  (George HW Bush’s Brother)
Executive summary: Brother of George H.W. Bush

Father: Prescott Bush
Mother: Dorothy Walker
Brother: George H.W. Bush
Sister: Nancy Bush
Brother: Jonathan J. Bush
Brother: William Trotter Bush
Wife: Elizabeth Louise Kauffman
Son: Prescott Sheldon Bush III
Son: Kelsey Bush
Son: James L. Bush

High School: Phillips Academy Andover
University: Yale University

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Friends of Joe Lieberman
George W. Bush for President
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