Really where/how did TPP originate?

Really where/how did TPP originate?

Secret policies to cut out and keep cut out the public awareness of strategies and plots for long periods is an old technique, used for example by the lead opium trader at Hong Kong in 1839.  Dr. William Jardine then traveled to London very privately to arrange the first Opium War with a fully detailed plan with Foreign Secretary Palmerston and perhaps a few others.  See

Key financiers and a few allies in late 1910 at Jekyll Island, Georgia secretly met in design to set up the Federal Reserve central bank, using especially the Frankfurt Rothschild bank monopoly experience via Paul Warburg–who then worked with J. P. Morgan and the rest of the cabal.

Kissinger and Nixon’s early 1970s covert visits to Beijing followed the same strategy.  Before that various international bankers backed Lenin, Trotsky and company and followed through with linkage at 120 Broadway, NYC–extensively charted by Antony Sutton in his three Wall Street books of the 1970s.

The John Wilkes Booth diary’s 18 missing pages showed up in the Stanton family attic in the mid-1970s–a bombshell revealing covert plot against Lincoln.  See

So when Michael Pillsbury in his 2015 book suddenly and plainly revealed to the public extensive secret files of the American government and of China there has been quite alot of precedent.  “Anything we are prepared to do with the Soviet Union we are prepared to do with the People’s Republic,” said Kissinger in 1973; “We may be prepared to do things with the People’s Republic that we are not prepared to do with the Soviet Union.”   -source:  5-15-1973 to Han Xu, Director’s Files (Winston Lord) 1969-77, Box 238, file 7, National Archives, College Park, MD and 5-29-73 to Huang Zhen, Box 328, Lord files; shown in Pillsbury:  The Hundred Year Marathon, 2015, pp. 63, 253


95% of best climate models vis-a-vis Antarctic sea ice are wrong

Antarctic ice floes extended further than ever recorded this southern winter, confounding the world’s most-trusted climate models.

“It’s not expected,” says Professor John Turner, a climate expert at the British Antarctic Survey. “The world’s best 50 models were run and 95% of them have Antarctic sea ice decreasing over the past 30 years.”


However, Antarctic ice overall appears to be seriously/dramatically warming:



BAS RADAR Sledge on the Larsen Ice Shelf (Photo: Adam Clark, British Antarctic Survey)BAS RADAR Sledge on the Larsen Ice Shelf (Photo: Adam Clark, British Antarctic Survey)


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