Crossing the Red Line: Yeltsin and Xi

Now the whole world gets to join me in lockdown. It’s not so bad when you’re not alone. The Italians are having fun and posting  their balcony performances online. The Chinese are posting videos of people falling to their deaths trying to escape from their balconies. It makes them stop and consider how much Communism sucks, judging by the translations that I did.

Today I’m looking at Boris Yeltsin and Xi Jin Ping.  Xi with his lipstick and died hair, looks too much like a Clown to not investigate. I noticed that some of his photos have eyelid folds and some don’t, depending on the level of photoshopping. I’d say they’re the same person.

These national boundaries are a joke, but there’s nothing funny about the consequences. I  get the picture, and I understand the complications.

The world needs truth more than anything. With the truth, everyone is set free. But the truth is revealed according to God’s timing. It’s our job to have faith and patience. I get it.

The agonizing slowness of the process is directly proportional to the willful blindness of the People. The willful blindness of the People is directly proportional to the quantity of lies that we swim in. How to end this cycle? By not lying anymore.  It’s something to aim for anyway.



Make-up artistry.



We are told by Wikipedia that Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin was a Soviet and Russian politician who served as the first President of Russia from 1991 to 1999.  Besides having the middle name that equates to Nichols, he “was” also a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union from 1961 to 1990, but later stood as a political independent, during which time he was ideologically aligned with liberalism and Russian nationalism.

The New York Times, on Feb. 8, 2020 published: “WUHAN, China — President Xi Jinping strode onstage before an adoring audience in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing less than three weeks ago, trumpeting his successes in steering China through a tumultuous year and promising “landmark” progress in 2020.”

Further along in the article, the subject of Chernobyl and discontent with Xi in China are connected, hinting that the People might be aware of this charlatan and how he operates using fake identities. Apparently the people are aware that he creates national disasters as a cover for stealing large amounts of property, and he’s not worried about which nation he steals from while wearing the native costume.

The following New York Times article is all about the extent of Xi’s power in China, and whether he’s still in charge.  Here’s what the New York Times published about it in February:

“The scale of discontent and the potential challenges for Mr. Xi could be measured by repeated references online to the nuclear accident at Chernobyl. Many of them came under the guise of viewer reviews of the popular television mini-series of the same name, which is still available for streaming inside China.”

“In any era, any country, it’s the same. Cover everything up,” one Chinese reviewer wrote.
“The Soviet Union of 1986, however, was a different country than China in 2020.  The Soviet state was foundering when Chernobyl happened, said Sergey Radchenko, a professor of international relations at Cardiff University in Wales who has written extensively on Soviet and Chinese politics.”

Yes, foundering just like China is foundering today. What else could happen to a country run by Clowns? Same strategy is used, different “nation”. When there’s nothing left to steal, create a nuclear disaster, biological pandemic, what’s the difference? This is why the Church had to be destroyed in order for their schemes to work. A strong worldwide church is the antidote to worldwide piracy because it has no phony boundaries and divisions. People naturally work together because they are bound by a higher power. The Church should be the source that people look to for truth. No Church, no truth. Communism wants no Church.

Yeltsin plays pretend leader within those divisions that he creates. He’d like to prevent the rest of us from joining forces to prevent him from collecting the tithes.

This is how wikipedia describes the cartoon character called Xi:

Xi Jinping is a Chinese politician serving as the general secretary of the Communist Party of China, President of the People’s Republic of China, and chairman of the Central Military Commission.

Xi has been the paramount leader, the highest-ranking official in China, since 2012 and he officially received the title of “leadership core” from the CPC in 2016.

The son of Chinese Communist veteran Xi Zhongxun, he was exiled to rural Yanchuan County as a teenager following his father’s purge during the Cultural Revolution, and lived in a cave in the village of Liangjiahe, where he worked as the party secretary. After studying at the Tsinghua University as a “Worker-Peasant-Soldier student”, Xi rose through the ranks politically in China’s coastal provinces.

Xi was governor of Fujian from 1999 to 2002.

He was also governor, then party secretary of neighbouring Zhejiang from 2002 to 2007.”

The above disinformation was copied from Wikipedia





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