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 +====== The Li Bloodline ======
  
 +[[13 Bloodlines of the Illuminati]]
 +
 +These essays are from the book named above by author Fritz Springmeier.
 +
 +{{ ::li_1.gif |}}
 +
 +<​html>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​b>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​David Rockefeller visits with his friend Li 
 +Chiang, one of Red China’s</​font>​ <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Government Trade 
 +Officials.</​font></​b></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​____________________________________</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​In writing about the Li family and Chinese secret ​
 +societies, I am like the man who wakes up in the middle of the night while 
 +everyone else sleeps and then gropes around in the darkness trying to feel his 
 +way. I can share with you what I’ve learned, but undoubtedly there is a great 
 +deal more that can be learned.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​When the year started I knew only a little about 
 +the Li family, and that only from what I had heard. I didn’t even know how to 
 +spell their name right. I was spelling it Lee (Actually the Li family name is 
 +spelled Lee in some areas such as Hokkien, Teochew, Singapore and by some 
 +Chinese Americans.) Because I knew so little about the family, it was one of my 
 +primary areas of focus when doing</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Chinese character for the Li family is shown 
 +below in two different styles (fonts).</​font></​p>​
 +</​html>​
 +
 +{{ ::li_2.gif |}}
 +{{ ::li_3.gif |}}
 +
 +<​html>​
 +<p style="​text-align:​ center">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​LI</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​UNDERSTANDING HOW CHINESE NAMES ARE JOINED</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​A Chinese is name is made up of a family name 
 +(surname), which is written first, and then comes the personal name. In the 
 +Chinese way of things my name would be Springmeier Fritz. Family names are 
 +usually of one character each, although there are exceptions like Ouyong and 
 +Situ. There are over 6,000 Chinese surnames for about I billion Chinese. The 
 +more frequent Chinese surnames in English speaking countries such as the U.S., 
 +U.K., &amp; Aust. are Chan, Lin, Li, Wong, Huang, Mei, Yang, Chin, and Fong. In 
 +mainland China the 5 top families are Chen, Li, Zhang, He, and Huang.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​FAMILY NAMES ARE MORE</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​MEANINGFUL FOR CHINESE (IN</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​CHINA) THAN FOR AMERICANS</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Chinese surname Li is a very popular name in 
 +China, perhaps not as widespread as Smith in this</​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​country,​ but certainly used as much as the name 
 +Brown is in America. Chinese who have the same surname have much more loyalty to 
 +someone else who has the same surname. For instance, two Chinese with the Li 
 +name would consider themselves relatives even if they were total strangers. Even 
 +if two people knew no blood ties, if they had the same surname it has generally ​
 +been considered incestuous to marry each other in China. In the U.S. if two 
 +Browns without any apparent blood ties met each other, they would not feel as if 
 +they were close relatives which two Chinese with the same surname would.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Li surname has a long history which goes back 
 +to a specific person named Emperor Zhuanzu who was the first Li and lived before ​
 +2000 B.C. This is according to the Xing Zuan, the Chinese dictionary of 
 +surnames.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Li family has a long history in China with 
 +many stories. During the Tang Dynasty about 15 different surnames were given the 
 +honor of having the Li surname. Li Yuan was the founder of the Tang Dynasty ​
 +which lasted from 618 to 906 A.D. His son who ruled after him was Li Shimin. In 
 +their dynasty, printing and paper money were introduced to China. (It’s ​
 +interesting that the Li’s are connected the introduction of paper money.)</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​ARE THE DIFFERENT IMPORTANT LI’S RELATED?</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​In recent history three Li’s stand out as giants.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· The billionaire and de facto ruler of Hong Kong 
 +Li Ka-shing.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· Li Peng the ruler of Red China.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· Lee Kuan Yew President (&amp; dictator) of Singapore</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​I don’t know which of the Li’s are closely related ​
 +and which are not. I do know that Li’s control Red China, Hong Kong, and 
 +Singapore and have important positions in Taiwan. If the various Li’s which 
 +control these various nations are related, then we are certainly looking at one 
 +of the most powerful families in the world. In terms of power, they would be 
 +just as powerful as the Rockefellers. They also connect to secret occult ​
 +societies, but the secret societies which the Li’s are major players in are the 
 +Chinese secret societies. Those will be covered elsewhere in this newsletter.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​WHICH ONES ARE PART OF THE ILLUMINATI?</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​I have learned from a source that Li Ka-shing and 
 +the powerful Hong Kong Li’s are definitely part of the Satanic illuminati Li’s. ​
 +in terms of whether the Li’s who run Red China are part of the Illuminati, I 
 +know nothing that directly connects them. However, there are clues that make one 
 +wonder. For instance, why do the Rockefellers and Rothschild'​s have such a cozy 
 +relationship with these Red Chinese Li’s. Why does the Premier (or Prime 
 +Minister) of the People’s Republic of China Li Peng visit with the Rockefellers ​
 +and other capitalists when he comes to New York City, if he is such a hard-line ​
 +communist? Haven’t the Communists named the Capitalists their major enemy? And 
 +then when we watch men who are In the Illuminati such as Skull &amp; Bones George ​
 +Bush treat the Chinese Li’s with such closeness, even when it was Li Peng that 
 +crushed innocent people at Tiennamen Square, it makes us wonder still. In fact, 
 +with other pieces of the puzzle that I have in place, I do know that Red China 
 +is already cooperating with and part of the New World Order. The only way that 
 +China could already be secretly part of the New World Order Is for it’s leaders ​
 +who are the Li family to be in favor of the New World Order. This strongly ​
 +suggests that the Li family In China is also part of the Illuminati. From what I 
 +know the range of possibilities range from them being only sympathizers with the 
 +NWO elite to them being outright members of the Illuminati. I lean toward the 
 +latter view.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Then there is Singapore. Singapore is lock stock 
 +and barrel in the New World Order. They went to a cashless Society before anyone ​
 +else. One of the Li family who spells his name Lee, Lee Kuan Yew, a 
 +Cambridge-educated lawyer, was dictator of Singapore for decades. He has ties to 
 +the British elite. As an example of his dictatorship,​ Lee didn’t like long hair 
 +on men, and so men coming into Singapore with long hair would have their 
 +passports taken away and either got a haircut or went to jail. In 1959, when 
 +Britain gave Singapore its Independence the Li family (In this case also spelled ​
 +Lee) controlled the People’s Action Party which ruled the country. In 1976, the 
 +People’s Action Party monopolized politics so much that they won all 69 seats 
 +for Parliament. Lee Kuan Yew was placed into the all-powerful position of 
 +President in 1965, where he remained I believe until 1991. Singapore’s leaders ​
 +made Singapore very anti-communist during the cold war, and when Nixon began his 
 +trips to woo China., Singapore began making goodwill political mission to China. ​
 +In 1975, Lee’s henchman Foreign Minister S. Rajaratnam went to China and met 
 +with Chou En-lai. Chou En-lai was the mentor and friend of U Peng.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​U Peng’s early life.</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Actually,​ to be more specific after Li Peng’s ​
 +father, who was a leading communist, was shot by the nationalists In 1931, Chou 
 +Enlal more or less adopted Li Peng and raised him. Chou Enlal got U Peng into 
 +Moscow’s school system, where, when the Russians finally realized his brilliance ​
 +wanted to keep Li Peng and train him for their own purposes, and U had to escape ​
 +to back to China. For whatever reasons Li Peng was an advocate of the Soviet ​
 +style of economics. Before being placed into his prominent position that he 
 +holds today, Li Peng managed China’s economy for many years.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​Lee met Mao</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​In 1976, Lee Kuan Yew himself met with Mao 
 +Tse-Tung (then the leader of Red China). Mao Tsetuag himself is closely tied to 
 +the Li family. Li Ta-chao was the head of the communist party in Northern China 
 +during the fighting with the Nationalists. Mao’s bodyguard was a Li family ​
 +member Li Yinqiao. Mao’s mentor was Li Ta-chao, who had ties to the Red Spears ​
 +Secret Society. Other early high ranking communists such as Chu Teh, Ho Lung, 
 +and Liu Chib-tan had memberships in the Red Spears Secret Society and Li 
 +Ch’l-han an early communist leader was a member of the Green Gang Secret ​
 +Society. We will cover more about the Li family and Its relationship to Chinese ​
 +Secret Societies later, as weil as explaining some about the various powerful ​
 +secret fraternities. It may well have been Li Ta-chao’s guidance that lead to 
 +Mao Tse-tung writing the first systematic attempt by a Chinese Marxist to 
 +characterize the class basis of secret societies, and emphasizing their 
 +importance for revolution. Mao cooperated with the Ko-Ino Hui, a secret society, ​
 +that helped his revolution, but strangely the official collection of Mao’s works 
 +neglects to include Mao’s appeal to them for help. (This neglect is noted on pg. 
 +4 of Popular Movements &amp; Secret Societies in China. 1840-1950) Mao Tse-Tung is 
 +also a product of the Harlot Christian church. Mao as a boy had wanted to learn 
 +of Christ and attend a Missionary school, but when he went to it, they threw him 
 +rudely out because he was Chinese. Mao never forgot the bad treatment he 
 +received at the hands of Christians. That explains in part his hatred of 
 +Christianity.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​b>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​A CLOSER LOOK AT THE LI</​font></​b>​ <b>
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​ILLUMINATI FAMILY IN HONG</​font></​b>​ <b>
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​KONG</​font></​b></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Rothschild, and the Rockefeller families have 
 +a very high respect for the Chinese and Japanese people in relation to some of 
 +the other peoples in the world. That is one reason why China and Japan are being 
 +given the chance to be important players in the New World Order.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The powerful Li family in Hong Kong is part of the 
 +Illuminati This family maintains a good public relations. They are 
 +philanthropists. Billionaire Li Ka-shing donated money to create a University in 
 +Shantou in South China. The cost of the University &amp; its teaching hospital were 
 +reported at 85 million U.S. dollars In</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Fortune Magazine 7/13/92, p. 107.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The following chart shows Li Kashing’s financial ​
 +empire, which extends worldwide.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​60 Broad Street</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​New York City Li's share</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​(with Olympia &amp; York)</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Estimated value of building $100 million</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Star TV, Hong Kong</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​countries in Asia and MidEast)</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Star’s capitalization:​ $300 million</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​HUSKY OIL, Calgary</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Husky Oil, Calgary value: $1.3 billion</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​CANADIAN IMPERIAL</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​BANK OF COMMERCE Toronto Bank’s market value $4,3 
 +billion</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​- PACIFIC PLACE, Vancouver</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​$2 billion property development</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​SUNTEC CITY Singapore</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​$1 billion property development</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​with partners</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​According to Fortune Magazine, 7/13/92, p. 106, Li 
 +Ka-shing is worth 4 Billion Us. dollars. Another article motes that he made 
 +HK$13.4 billion from real estate sales in 1991 alone.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Ka-shing has lived in the same house on a hill 
 +Hong Kong for 30 years. Li Ka-shing had little to no formal schooling. He is 
 +self-taught. His sons have been weil educated at Stanford. Victor became an 
 +engineer, and his other son Richard majored in computer science and is running ​
 +Star TV In Hong Kong.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Other wealthy friends of Li</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Kashing get together with him regularly to play 
 +poker games.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​U Ka-shing is chairman or chief executive of his 
 +four big companies in Hong Kong. He hires</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​CAVENDISH INTERNATIONAL</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Investment company</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​HONG KONG ELECTRIC</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​both Chinese and western executives for day-to-day ​
 +management. Simon Murray, a Dalton who served in the French Foreign Legion, is 
 +one of Li’s trusted managers. Murray had worked for Jardine Matheson, a business ​
 +owned by one of the Committee of 300. U has built global alliances with British ​
 +companies, and has part ol Pearson, a British holding company which in turn as 
 +interest in Lazard banking Arms In N.Y., London, and Parts. As one can see Li 
 +Ka-shing is doing business with the big boys of International Banking. Li also 
 +has Joint ventures with MTV, AT&​amp;​T,​ Motorola, and Time-Warner. Li’s Star TV 
 +broadcast 5 channels to viewers all the way from Israel to Indonesia. The 
 +programming comes from the BBC news, and MTV, and some minor partners. Li is 
 +giving Madonna and the rest of Hollywood to the Asians. Li also invested in 
 +Vancouver, B.C. He bought the Expo 86 site which Is 1/6th of downtown Vancouver. ​
 +27% of Vancouver’s 560000 citizens are of Chinese descent. Vancouver is a Triad 
 +stronghold. This will discuss elsewhere</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Ka-shing has been allowed by the elite to buy 
 +into Canada’s</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Husky Oil. He could not have done this without the 
 +elite’s tolerance. The Oil and Gas Journal, Nov. 18, ‘91, p. 36 states that U 
 +now has 86 % of Husky Oil.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​THE REST OF THE LI HONG KONG CLAN</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The hugh Bank of East AsIa (BEA) Is run by U Kwok-po. ​
 +BEA has gone into partnerships with such Illuminati-connected companies as G. 
 +Warburg. Li Kwok.po (also known as David Li) also serves in the Hong Kong 
 +legislature as the councilor who represents the banking community. He is also a 
 +vice-chairman of the committee drawing up the future Chinese administrative ​
 +region that Hong Kong will soon become. He was chosen for this position by the 
 +Red Chinese because ‘He was chosen by</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​the Chinese mainly because or his family ​
 +background. The extended Li family, with most of its members holding British ​
 +passports, is one of the territory’s rich and influential old families.’ (Far 
 +Eastern Economic Review, June 1989, p. 47) Li has been urging the Hong Kong 
 +people to trust the Communist Chinese government. David Li did not comment on 
 +the Tienamen square massacre when asked. David Li holds a full British passport ​
 +and can go anywhere be wants. Most people in Hong Kong have only a Hong Kong 
 +passport that gives them British citizenship but doesn’t entitle them to travel.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​David Li’s uncle is Simon Li, who was a justice of 
 +appeal in Hong Kong,, and also selected for the BLDC. His other uncle Ronald Li 
 +was the former chairman of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and a member of the 
 +Basic law Consultative Committee. Ronald Li and his son got caught using their 
 +Stock Exchange positions in corrupt money making offenses, and were to be 
 +brought to trial. I don’t know how it turned out.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Another uncle Li Fook-kow was elected in Sept. ‘88 
 +to represent the Hong Kong financial community in the government.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​When the scandal broke concerning the elite’s BCCI, 
 +the Hong Kong branch—Bank of Credit and Commerce Hongkong (BCCHK) was shielded ​
 +from investigation. BCCHK’s chief executive Tariq Jamil who could have been 
 +called upon to answer questions skipped the country. Hongkong authorities made 
 +no attempt to stop him. David U got involved and suggested that the Exchange ​
 +Fund be used to help his BEA acquire BCCHK.. Another key figure in the BCCHK,, ​
 +was Louis Saubolle, who was previously Bank of America’s chief contact with Red 
 +China. Louis Saubolle has travelled to mainland China regularly since the 1940s. ​
 +He is rumored to have done dubious practices while chairman of BCCHK, but he 
 +left the country for destinations unknown.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· A Li heads up American Express International in 
 +the area.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· Li. Pel Wu was one of the five best paid chief 
 +executives In banking in 1990.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· Some of the Li family In Hong Kong have taken on 
 +the trappings of Christianity behind which are their other nefarious activities. ​
 +One Li, Florence Tim Oi Li, has become a lady Catholic priest. (National ​
 +Catholic Reporter, Oct. 19, ‘90, p. 12.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· Richard Li has become a media mogul for Asia.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· And Victor Li ran the East-West Center in 
 +Hawaii.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​RED CHINA</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​‘The real decislon making in China’s political ​
 +system takes place within the Politburo, and particularly among the seven 
 +members of its standing committee, in consultation with retired Party elders.’ ​
 +(The China Business Review, Jan-Feb. 1993, p. 22) This inner circle of seven men 
 +Includes two members of the Li family: Li Peng, who is the head of this inner 
 +circle, and Li Ruihuan, who Is head of the CommunIst Party’s Propaganda. Li 
 +Ruihuan has been a member of this inner circle since 1989. The other men on the 
 +inner circle are Jiang Zemin, Qiao Shi, Hu Jintao, Liu Huaqing, and Zhu Rongji.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​As premier or Prime Minister of China Li Peng has 
 +met with a great many of the world’s leaders, and many of the Illuminati’s men.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Here is a sampling of Li Peng’s meetings:</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​April 28, ’90—Soviet leaders</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​around July, ’91—U.S.-China Business</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Council Officials which includes</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Illuminati members.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Aug. 15, 91—Japanese Prime Minister</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Toshiki Kaifu</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Sept. 3, ’91--Great Britain’s Prime</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Minister John Major</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Nov. 16, ’91-Sec. of State James A.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Baker</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Dec. 12-14, ’91--Prime Minister of</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​India P.V. Narasiaha Rao</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Feb. 1, ’92—Pres. George Bush</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Peb. 3, ’92—top U.S. capitalists</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​(Illuminati members)</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Feb. 10, ’92—Yeltsin in Russia</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Do the world’s leaders confer with each other?</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Peng is not the only important Li family member ​
 +to be the President or Premier of China:</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· Li Xlannian was involved in the power struggle ​
 +after Mao’s death and was President of China. For a number of years Li. Xiannian ​
 +was considered one of the four top leaders of Red China. For many years Li 
 +Xiannian did lots of travelling to places like Africa where he held high level 
 +meetings with other leaders.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· Li Desheng was a member of the Politburo, ​
 +Central Committee of the Communist Party, and served in key military posts.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​· Li Qiang was a member of the Central Committee ​
 +of the Communist Party, and was appointed Minister of Foreign Trade in 1978.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​b>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​CONTACT/​COOPERATION</​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​BETWEEN THE ILLUMINATI &​amp;</​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​THE LI’S</​font></​b></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​General Li Mi fled to the Golden Triangle and was 
 +provided via CIA agents supplies. It was Li Mi who started up the poppy fields ​
 +to produce drugs that would be marketed by the other top Illuminati families. It 
 +was not chance that Li began opium production. The whole affair was a carefully ​
 +calculated event by the Illuminati who have made millions running drugs for 
 +centuries. In the 1960, another Li took over after Li Mi died. His name was Li 
 +Wen-huan.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The elite made room for the Li’s to open the Li 
 +Commercial Bank for business on Long Island, N.Y.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​After Bush was ambassador to China, Carter ​
 +selected 6° (Pilgrim Soc. mmbr) Thomas S. Gates to represent the U.S. to China. ​
 +David Rockefeller gave his O.K. to the<​br>​
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 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​selection of Gates, and Gates was transferred ​
 +directly from working on the board of J.P. Morgan &amp; Co. to Peking.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Illuminati’s banks have been lining up over 
 +the years making loans to Red China.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​One of the articles that I read to understand ​
 +where Clinton was going with Red China was in the Jan-Feb ’93 issue of The China 
 +Business which had on its cover a picture of Clinton and Li Peng with the 
 +question "A NEW ERA?" As many of the elite’s articles are it was long on 
 +rhetoric, propaganda. etc. I think the bottom line was that Clinton is going to 
 +follow the advice of his China advisors and that Clinton does not want to rock 
 +the boat in our relations with Communist China. The idea that is being planted ​
 +by the question on the cover is about the size of things, the elite are moving ​
 +us closer to their "new era."</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​The Li Family and Chinese Secret Societies</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​In my investigation of the Triads I discovered ​
 +that the Li family is one of the principal families which has controlled it. The 
 +Triads is a Chinese Secret Society which is something of a cross between the 
 +Masons and the Mafia— something in the line of P2 Freemasonry—except much 
 +bigger. The Triads are not well known In this country but they are many more 
 +times powerful than the Mafia. It is known that the Mafia was invited to work 
 +with the Triads in 1970, and at the time the Mafia didn’t like the Triads ​
 +arrogance. However, in my opinion the Triads were not being arrogant considering ​
 +how powerful they were at the time. I suggest the reader read the article on the 
 +Triads for more understanding on this. For the sake of completeness,​ I will list 
 +some of the Li’s past and present that have been important Triad leaders.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​(see below) I am not trying to weary you with all 
 +these strange names, but in breaking new ground on</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​understanding this powerful Illuminati family, if 
 +specific details are not given out, we risk losing some of the picture.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Li’s control Hong Kong and the Triads run Hong 
 +Kong. Is there a connection between the Li family and the Triads. Yes there is a 
 +big one, but It is very secret.</​font><​font size="​2"></​font></​p><​font size="​2">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​2"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​TRIAD LEADERS OF THE FAMILY</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Chi-tang —overseas leader</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Hslen-chih</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Hsiu-ch’eng --Hunan</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Hung --Honan</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li K’ai-ch’en --Triad, Shanghai</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Lap Ting --Kwangsi province</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Ping-ch’ing --Triad, Shanghai</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Shih-chin</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Wen-mao</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Fatshan</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Yuan-fa --Hunan</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Chol Fat -Hong Kong</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Li Jarfar Mah --Britain</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​LI</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​--north of Peking,</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​THE LI FAMILY AND GENETICS</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Li family has also provided some of the 
 +greatest scientists In the field of genetic research. Genetic research has been 
 +a avid interest of the Satanic Hierarchy.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​SUMMARY</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The facts I have of what is going on with the Li 
 +family are Just enough to provide us with the basic picture. The Li family In 
 +Hong Kong is part of the Satanic Hierarchy and works hand in glove with British ​
 +and American elite. They also help run the Triads. Whether or not the Li’s in 
 +Hong Kong are related to the Red Chinese Li’s who run China I do not know, but 
 +it is clear that some Li’s run Red China and also Singapore. Both these 
 +countries work hand in hand with the Satanic hierarchy so it makes one 
 +suspicious as to whether their leaders are part of the hierarchy too. If these 
 +Li’s do consider themselves blood relatives—which they might—we know that 
 +according to Chinese custom they would do this to</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​a great extent anyway, then that makes the Li 
 +family an incredibly powerful family of worldwide importance.</​font><​font size="​6"></​font></​p><​font size="​6">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​6"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​BIBLIOGRAPHY selected and condensed.</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Books</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Booth,​ Martin. The Triads: The <​u>​Growing Global ​
 +Threat from the Chinese Criminal</​u>​ <​u>​Societies</​u>​. Chesneaux, Jean. <u>
 +Popular Movements and Secret Societies in China 1840</​u>​-<​u>​1950.</​u></​font><​font size="​3"></​font></​p><​font size="​3">​
 +</​font><​blockquote><​font size="​3">​
 +  </​font><​font size="​2">​
 +  </​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​2"></​font>​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">?<​u>​. The New Emperors</​u>​.</​font></​p>​
 +</​blockquote>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Magazines (various issues of the</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​following)</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Banker’s Monthly</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Business News</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The China Business Review</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Far Eastern Economic Review</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Fortune</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Hawaii Business</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
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 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Publishers Weekly</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​Maclean’s</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​National Catholic Reporter</​font><​font size="​3"></​font></​p><​font size="​3">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​3"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Newspapers</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Christian Science Monitor</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Los Angeles Times</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​New York Times</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Washington Post</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​plus interviews.</​b></​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<font size="​3">​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +</​font>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​This article will primarily deal with the Triads ​
 +which have so many other names it would take pages upon pages to give them all. 
 +One of the names the Triads have had is the Heaven and Earth Society. Other 
 +principal names include the Hung League, and the Three United Association.</​font><​font size="​5"></​font></​p><​font size="​5">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​5"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Freemasons have been very Interested in the 
 +Triads and several Masons have done in depth studies and written books about the 
 +Thads including G. Schlegel (The <​u>​Hung</​u>​ <​u>​League</​u>​. 1866), J.S.M. Ward 
 +(The Hung Society - see another quote of his on pg. 2), and W.G. Sterling (<​u>​The ​
 +Hung</​u>​ <​u>​Society</​u>​. 1925)</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​(This article will be trimmed back—and perhaps ​
 +some of the information can be provided In a future</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The history of China is a history of authoritarian ​
 +dynasties and the secret societies that opposed them. Throughout Chinese ​
 +history, there has basically been only one recourse to opposition to the 
 +establishment,​ that was through secret societies. Secret societies have been a 
 +way for the powerless, to struggle against what ever they perceived as the cause 
 +of their misery. There has never been any lack of recruits for Chinese secret ​
 +societies, and there has never been any lack of causes to use to rally the poor 
 +masses against for motivating people into joining secret societies. There seems 
 +to be no end to the supply of men willing to lead secret societies also. In 
 +fact, I know of over 250 Chinese secret societies, some of which are no longer ​
 +in existence. Obviously, we are not going to cover that many secret societies in 
 +this article.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​What criteria do I have for selecting what I will 
 +write about in this article. First, I desire to show the compatibility of 
 +Chinese secret societies to western secret societies. This compatibility is the 
 +reason that the Triads can work with the Mafia, the CIA, and the Illuminati. ​
 +These points of compatibility explain how Freemasonry can work with some of the 
 +Chinese secret societies. For instance, I have a copy of The New Age magazine, ​
 +Sept. 1964, p. 38, which is put out by The Supreme Council 33º which states,</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​‘Chinese Wootsu [sic] Society Compared to 
 +Freemasonry</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​‘Brother Morris B. de Pass, 33°, Master of Kadosh ​
 +of the Peking Scottish Rite Bodies, in his annual report, includes the following ​
 +interesting story in regard to Wootsu Society. ‘During the past year I had the 
 +pleasure of meeting an ‘Old China Hand,’ himself a Scottish Rite Mason, who, 
 +learning of my China background, asked me If I had any knowledge of an old 
 +Chinese organization similar to Masonry. I felt certain he had in mind the 
 +‘Wootsu Society’ (Woo meaning 5, and Tsu meaning ‘Ancestor’) or, in English, ​
 +‘the Society of the Five Ancestors., "​...some foreigners living in China ... 
 +were of the opinion that The Society of the Five Ancestors was the Eastern ​
 +Branch of that movement which developed in Western countries into Freemasonry ​
 +.... The tenets of the Wootsu Society do have much in common with those of 
 +Freemasonry. They pay homage to Buddha, whom they accept as the incarnation of a 
 +Supreme Deity they believe in immortality they teach ‘Faithfulness unto Death’; ​
 +and they practice secrecy. The Society differs from Masonry in that there is no 
 +counterpart of the Volume of the Sacred Law as being an indispensable part of 
 +its Furniture; ... and it is open to both men and women.’</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Perhaps no one better epitomizes the connections ​
 +and overlap between East and West occult secret societies than the life of Sun-Yat-Sen. ​
 +Sun-Yat-Sen led China to overthrow the monarchy and create a republic. Sun-YatSen ​
 +was a leader in several Triad groups, such as the Hong Kong based Chung Wo Tong 
 +Society and the Kwok On Wui Society in Honolulu and Chicago. Soon after arriving ​
 +in Hawaii he formed the Tai Luk Shan, a new Triad group. Sun-Yat-Sen played the 
 +key role in setting up 268 other branches of the Triads too. In Japan he set up 
 +the T’ung Meng Hui. In Singapore and Malaysla he set up Triad lodges too. He was 
 +a high ranking Freemason, and he attended an Anglican school in Hong Kong. Sun-Yat-Sen ​
 +and the millionaire Chang ChingChang who was an international art dealer worked ​
 +together. Sun-Yat-Sen traveled in the US. and Europe gaining support for his 
 +revolution. Several other great non-Communist Chinese leaders have also had 
 +membership in both the Triads and Freemasonry.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​TRIAD RITUALS</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Triad rituals were an elaborate affair but have 
 +continued to be streamlined over the years. The ritual initiation drew from 3 
 +religious sources: Taoism (magic), Buddhism, and what might be called ​
 +Confucianism. Taoism emphasized the importance of blood ancestry, of magic, and 
 +alchemy. The traditional initiation lasts about eight hours, and includes ritual ​
 +dance, secret hand-shakes,​ a blood sacrifice, and pricking the finger of</​font><​font size="​3">​
 +</​font><​font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​the new initiates.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Triads have an extremely long history and a 
 +lot of heritage. In order to try to capsulize what they are one has to look at 
 +what they are doing at a particular moment. At times they are secret fraternity ​
 +like the Masons, at other times they have more of the appearance of a 
 +revolutionary army, and at other times they look like the Mafia. They are all 
 +these things. And so they are a much more complex group to understand than some 
 +of the other secret societies that might fit into some nice label. Sometimes ​
 +their services as hit men are hired out to others. Their heritage and history ​
 +make them almost a sub-culture,​ and a sub-culture that is difficult for law 
 +enforcement agencies to penetrate. Their blood oaths and traditions bind them 
 +together.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​ORIGINS</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The White Lotus Society centuries ago amalgamated ​
 +itself to the Hung Society which in turn changed into the Triad Society also 
 +known as the Three United Society. Some people continued calling it the Hung 
 +Society. The Hung Society had many local names, and like Freemasonry hid behind ​
 +trade guilds.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​INFILTRATED THE BOXERS</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Triads infiltrated the Boxers and even 
 +associated with them, but the Boxers lost against the foreign powers.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​SET UP BRANCHES IN THE UNITED STATES</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​During the California gold rush days many Chinese ​
 +began coming to America. Triad lodges sprang up in the Chinese laundrymen of San 
 +Francisco. By 1854, the Triad Society called ‘Five Companies’ had 35,000 members ​
 +in California. In the U.S. the Triad lodges became known as Tongs-which means a 
 +‘hail’ or ‘meeting place.’ Where ever the Chinese lived they quietly set up 
 +Triad lodges so that soon there were lodges In Laramle, Cheyenne, Kansas City, 
 +Seattle, Vancouver, California, New York, Boston, and the Klondike. These 
 +overseas Triads came under the jurisdiction of the Hung Mun Society in Canton. ​
 +This Triad group was in turn under Chi Kung Tong group. Groups got started in 
 +Australia and Malaya.</​font></​p>​
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 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​TRIADS &amp; HONG KONG</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​When the British began ruling Hong Kong, the Hong 
 +Kong area already had a reputation for being a haven for pirates, and the Triads ​
 +established lodges and began secretly to rule. In 1845, the British made 
 +membership in the Triads illegal, and in later years deported them back to 
 +communist China for those Triad members found. However, the Triads controlled ​
 +things and the British never were able to enforce that law except for some 
 +scattered arrests. For Instance in the 1970s, 35% of the police in Hong Kong 
 +were affiliated with the Triads.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​In fact, the British man Ernest Taffy’ Hunt, the 
 +Police Superintendent of the Thad Bureau of the Colony of Hong Kong was paid 
 +bribes for 18 years ranging from about $HK700,000 to $HK 12 per year starting in 
 +1955.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Hong Kong papers every so often report police ​
 +raids against the Triads, but one has to wonder how</​font><​font size="​3">​ </​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​much is inter rivalry between Triad groups and 
 +much is just for show, and how much is really something hurting the Triads.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Under Triad control factories in Hong Kong have 
 +been turning out items for sex shops worldwide. The living conditions of areas 
 +under Triad control in Hong Kong were literal hells on earth. The Triads packed ​
 +people in, the sanitation was negligible, the filth overwhelming,​ and the 
 +corruption of the human spirit complete. There is no question what kind of life 
 +the Triads want to bring people, total degeneration into total moral corruption ​
 +and filth. Like the Masons (but to a much lesser degree) there have been a few 
 +Triad mutual aid societies for their own members, but in general these have been 
 +rare.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Triads have exacted extortion money from 
 +almost everyone in Hong Kong. The history of their extortions and threats etc. 
 +is many books long. In short, the whole trading economy of Hong Kong was under 
 +their power. And the Li family as now working with them. See the Li article in 
 +this issue.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Various scandals over the decades have repeatedly ​
 +shown that the Triads have totally infiltrated the Hong Kong government and 
 +police force. Where ever ethnic Chinese were hired the Triads infiltrated. And 
 +then even many of the non-Chinese were bought off. People in Hong Kong who have 
 +watched the Triads do illegal acts right in public have frequently been 
 +frustrated by the lack of police response.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​THE TRIADS &amp; CHINA</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Before the Communists took over, the Triads ran 
 +China. For instance, in 1917, it was discovered that the Triads along with the 
 +Vice-President of the Republic of China were stealing public funds to purchase ​
 +opium to deal in the drug trade. The leaders of Free China have been Triad 
 +leaders. Many of them have also been Freemasons.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​After the Communists took over, the Triads had to 
 +go way underground. The communists never stopped the Triads, but they did make 
 +them much more secret. You may remember when the Tiananmen Square Massacre ​
 +occurred, the newspapers quietly reported that the Triads had smuggled the 
 +leaders of the democratic movement out of Red China. As was just said, the 
 +Communists have never broken the power of the Triads. In fact, not only has the 
 +brutal Red Chinese government been ineffective against the Triads, most of the 
 +police everywhere have been. The Triads are the most powerful criminal fraternal ​
 +group in the world, except for the Illuminati and the families that make up the 
 +Illuminati’s Committee of 300. The Mafia Is small peanuts compared to the 
 +Triads. The Triads are almost untouchable by any law enforcement group. For 
 +instance, in Great Britain the British do not have hardly any ethnic Chinese on 
 +their police force to even try infiltrating the Triads.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Triads have operated in the United States for 
 +over 100 years, and are major drug handlers working in cooperation with the 
 +Illuminati Kings, and most Americans do not even know they exist. And although ​
 +America has ethnic Chinese, Americans of Chinese descent do not speak the 
 +Chinese dialects that undercover agents would have to know to break into the 
 +Triad operations.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​DIFFERENT TRIAD GROUPS</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​There are numerous Triad groups. By 1931, there 
 +were eight main Triad groups and they had divided Hong Kong up into geographic ​
 +areas and ethnic groups that each was responsible to control. The eight main 
 +ones at that time were the Wo, the rung, the Tung, the Chuen, the Shing, the Fuk 
 +Yee Hing, the Yee On, and the Luen. Each had its own headquarters,​ its own 
 +sub-societies,​ and its own public covers. The Fuk Yee Hing’s cover was that it 
 +was registered as a benevolent society for workers. It had 12 branch offices and 
 +a membership of 10,000. Yee On’s cover was as the Yee On Commercial and 
 +Industrial Guild. The Wo operated as Death Gratuity associations. Any way each 
 +found some cover to hide behind. Most of the Martial Arts dubs were fronts or 
 +affiliations with the Triads, and continue to be, not only in Hong Kong, but to 
 +some degree in other countries too.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​As an example of how divided the Triad groups ​
 +are--one of the large ones, the Wo Society was itself split into three major 
 +factions: Wo Shing Tong, Wo Yung Yee, and Wo Hop To, which for years struggled ​
 +for domination of the Wo Society. By the late 1950s, there were 41 affiliated ​
 +organizations to the Wo Society Triad. Today the Wo Shing Wo is the most 
 +powerful of the Wo group Triads.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​One of the Triad groups that works with the 
 +Illuminati is the Sun Yee On aka Yee On Commercial and Industrial Guild. Sun Vee 
 +On was the prime controller of the Kowloon Walled City which produced sex toys 
 +for the international market.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Besides the Wo Shing Wo and the Sun Yee On, the 
 +third great Triad societies of modern times Is the 14K Society. Probably Chiang ​
 +Kai-shek and his mentor Big-Eared Tu were responsible for setting up a league to</​font><​font size="​3">​
 +</​font><​font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​oversee all the various Triad groups called ​
 +Five Continents Overseas Chinese Hung League. This was set up In 1945, when the 
 +Chinese operated in Asia, North America, South America, Europe and Africa.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​As a side note on Tu, one of his friends was 
 +Charlie Soong (an office-bearer for the Triads) who had attended Vanderbilt ​
 +Universisty at the expense of millionaire Julian S. Can. Chalie Soong’s daughter ​
 +Al-lag had connections to Sun-Yat-Sen,​ and also became helpful to the Triads ​
 +when she married Kung Hsiang-hsi a banker and businessman. The Kung banking ​
 +empire along with the Soong’s veneer of Christianity which came from their 
 +Methodist Church membership helped this branch of Triads in their international ​
 +dealings.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Today in Hong Kong there may be as many as 60 
 +different Triad Societies operating. The largest numerically is the Sun Yee On 
 +with 33,000 members. These 60 Societies can be classed into three different ​
 +styles. The first is the traditional structure. The second type are those who 
 +are totally unstructured. The third type is the most dangerous, they are small, ​
 +closely knit cells or central committees who plan out criminal activity with 
 +acute business-like efficiency.</​font></​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">&​nbsp;</​p>​
 +<p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​LARGE BASES OF TRIAD OPERATIONS</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Vancouver,​ B.C., San Francisco, New York, London, ​
 +Manchester, and Amsterdam (not to mention Macao and Hong Kong) are some of the 
 +big bases of Triad Operation. Money is made by extortion, gambling, ​
 +prostitution,​ drugs, or any other way to make a profit. The Triads have worked ​
 +with the CIA in creating the drug network. The creation of the Golden Triangle ​
 +as a source for drugs was a joint CIA-Triad operation. The Chinese communists ​
 +couldn’t pass up the opportunity to debauch America. The Red Chinese government ​
 +has secretly worked with the Triads in supplying heroin and opium knowing that 
 +these drugs were going to U.S. military bases. U.S. garrisons In Germany were 
 +supplied high grade drugs that came through the Triads, either grown under Triad 
 +supervision or in places like Red China. One of the kingpins in this drug trade 
 +was Lumpy Ho, whose business fronts were known as the Dutch Connection.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The corrupt police-officers that were Triad 
 +members that fled anti-corruption drives in Hong Kong would flee to Vancouver, ​
 +B.C. where they have spent their efforts building that area up as a large Triad 
 +base of operations. Actually, they have branched out into Victoria and Seattle, ​
 +WA.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Triads are known to have been operating in 
 +London since the 1890s, and may have been operating even before that. It wasn’t ​
 +until the 1960. drug culture that the Triads began to catch more attention due 
 +to their large involvement in the drug trade. In 1971, the Triads introduced ​
 +Pure No. 4 herein into England to replace the ‘Brown Sugar’ that the Rolling ​
 +Stones sang about.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​In 1973, the British authorities moved against the 
 +Americans and British agents on the Drug Squad and forced some resignations. It 
 +is not exactly clear what the details of the whole mess were, but the process ​
 +was that for 2 years there was essentially no coherent drug squad in London.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Every locality In England where ethnic Chinese are 
 +located, the Triads have some type of operation. This means all of the British ​
 +cities. In Scotland and Ireland the different Triad groups have been fighting ​
 +each other for control of the territory. No wonder the Illuminati like the 
 +Triads. The U family with their connections controlling the Triads, have the 
 +perfect vehicle to operate the drug trade. If anyone dislikes the drug trade, ​
 +their hate will directed to an ethnic group, rather than realizing who the real 
 +kings are. Most of the couriers for the Triads today are Europeans. And the 
 +Trade are using British banks now more than the Hong Kong banks.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The British Parliament had a committee in 1985 to 
 +look at the Triads. They reported that the Triads posed no threat to the U. K</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Mafia had tried to maintain its position in 
 +the drug activity, but the Mafia wasn’t in a position to buy directly from the 
 +prime sources. The Chiu Chau Triads had operated in Saigon and Vietnam during ​
 +the Vietnam war bringing in drugs for the American soldiers. The Corsican ​
 +syndicates (organized crime) had connections in Vietnam. They introduced the 
 +Mafia to the Triads. The Corsicans had been known as the French connection in 
 +the drug trade. They had worked with supplies coining from Turkey, through ​
 +Lebanon, and then to Marseilles, France. Now the Triads ship Asian drugs to the 
 +U.S. via South America, and the Triads control the drug trade in New York City 
 +almost totally now. Dear in mind that the Triad leaders did this only after 
 +working out agreements with the top illuminati families. If the top Illuminati ​
 +families were not cooperating,​ the Triads would be out of business.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​One of the strong-arm units of a New York Triad 
 +group called Hip Sing Tong is the Flying Dragons. The On Lee Ong, another N.Y. 
 +triad group’ has the Ghost Shadows as their strong-arm unit.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​If one takes a city like Toronto, Canada there the 
 +population of Chinese and Vietnamese is 175,000 at least. This is a large pool 
 +of people from which to build Triad lodges. There are 10 Triad Societies ​
 +operating in Canada.</​font></​p>​
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 +        <p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +        <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Right,​ tattoo that identifies members of 
 +        the Triad "1 08" group in Singapore (photograph from the secret society ​
 +        branch of the Singapore police</​font></​p>​
 +
 +  <p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​In Australia, the Triad society Yee Hing Society ​
 +  with its charitable Mun Ji Dong has been listed as a "​Masonic charity"​ for 80 
 +  years. The Mun Ji Dong has decided to operate legally.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +  </​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​PUBLIC CEREMONIES</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +  </​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Triads would publicly celebrate the Goddess ​
 +  of Mercy and the God of the Earth each year at a major festival where a bamboo ​
 +  bomb would be set off. At the 1982 Tin Hau Festival. two groups of the 14K 
 +  Triad and 500 members of the Wo Shing Wo society openly wore Triad T-shirts at 
 +  the festival. This was publicly breaking the law that prohibits the Triads ​
 +  from publicly advertising,​ but the Triads got away with it with impunity.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +  </​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​ENFORCEMENT</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +  </​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Triads’ tradition weapons are the meat 
 +  cleaver and a razor-sharp butchers knife which they use to slash people.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +  </​font><​font size="​5">​
 +  </​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​5"></​font>​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​THE TRIADS INTERFACE WITH MANY OTHER GROUPS</​b></​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +  </​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​Besides working with the CIA, the Mafia, who 
 +  work for the Illuminati, and working with the Illuminati families themselves, ​
 +  the Triads work with street gangs, youth gangs, and any other organized crime 
 +  group. They also have worked with all types of secret fraternal groups ​
 +  including the Freemasons. Historically speaking they have cooperated numerous ​
 +  times with other Chinese secret societies. The Triads also work with the 
 +  Japanese organized crime group Yakusa, and the Filipino organized crime 
 +  groups. The Yakusa also move drugs into the U.S. mainly via Hawaii. This is 
 +  taking place with Yakusa/​Triad cooperation. The Taiwan Triad Societies work 
 +  closest with the Yakusa, especially the Four Seas and United Bamboo Societies.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font></​blockquote><​font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>&​nbsp;&​nbsp;&​nbsp;&​nbsp;&​nbsp;&​nbsp;&​nbsp;&​nbsp;&​nbsp; ​
 +THE TRIADS IN BANKING</​b></​font><​font size="​3"></​font></​p><​font size="​3">​
 +</​font><​blockquote><​font size="​3">​
 +  </​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​3"></​font>​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Triads have their own accountants,​ and so 
 +  Triad financial operations are great for money laundering. Stolen credit cards 
 +  and imitation merchandise that look., like the real stuff are also money 
 +  makers for the Triad.,. The Triads also have their own lawyers, who are 
 +  members of their societies. Besides making false Gucci handbags, the Triads ​
 +  are adept at forging passports. One of the items that the drug trade takes is 
 +  gold, because the drug producers want to be paid in gold. This trafficking in 
 +  gold must be watched by the Illuminati, because gold has always been an 
 +  important commodity for the Satanic Hierarchy. It’s value to them goes beyond ​
 +  the monetary significance.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +  </​font><​font size="​3">​
 +  </​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​3"></​font>​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana"><​b>​IN SUMMARY</​b></​font></​p>​
 +  <p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left">​
 +  <font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Triads are an occult fraternity which has 
 +  developed into a major international organized crime society. It has many 
 +  agreements with various families of the Illuminati, and works with them. The 
 +  Li family is taking a big role somewhere with the Triads, but exactly what 
 +  that role is I have not spelled out yet.</​font><​font size="​4"></​font></​p><​font size="​4">​
 +  </​font>​
 +</​blockquote>​
 +<font size="​4">​
 +</​font><​p style="​margin-left:​ 15px; margin-right:​ 15px" align="​left"><​font size="​4"></​font>​
 +<font size="​2"​ face="​Verdana">​The Li Family is represented in Salem, OR &amp; other 
 +West Coast cities by the Wong Family, who are part of their bloodline. Vol. 2 
 +touches on the Wong Family &amp; their part in organized crime.</​font></​p>​
 +</​html>​
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