US State Department’s “National Endowment for Democracy” Responsible for Hong Kong Terrorism

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 29, 2019

The terrorist riots in Hong Kong are explicitly and obviously an attempt by the US State Department to cause terrorist riots throughout China with the ultimate goal of overthrowing the government, breaking the country into pieces and ruling it from Washington and Tel Aviv.

China is one of the last bastions of non-Jewish power in the world, and thus it is considered a top priority for the country to be ripped apart.

Earlier this month, scandal erupted when leaders of the revolution were photographed receiving marching orders from a US State Department official.

One of the main organs for the global revolution project is the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), a State Department funded revolutionary group operating across the planet in order to push violent uprisings on enemies of ZOG.

NED has been involved in initiating violence across the Middle East and in the Ukraine. During the Arab Spring, they worked with Islamic terrorists, whom the media framed as “democracy activists,” and in the Ukraine, neo-Nazi groups played this role. All were being paid directly by the US State Department.

In Hong Kong, they are using incels as their revolutionary front. The cost of living is very expensive in Hong Kong, and this is resulting in many men not being able to get laid.

Earlier this month, a representative from the NED-run Hutson Institute publicly admitted that the terrorist uprising in Hong Kong is part of a US project to destabilize China, funded through millions of dollars run through NED.

NED has on their website several pages about their espionage operations in Hong Kong. On a page explaining their funding of terrorists in the Chinese province, they say that they gave $155,000 for “Expanding Worker Rights and Democracy,” $200,000 for “Promoting Engagement of Fundamental Rights,” and $90,000 for “Strengthening Democratic Institutions and Human Rights Protection.”

This is all just coded language meaning “foment civil unrest.”

The Washington Post recently admitted as much in an article entitled, “Hong Kong erupts even as China tightens screws on civil society”:

Chinese leaders unnerved by protests elsewhere this year have been steadily tightening controls over civic organizations on the mainland suspected of carrying out the work of foreign powers.

The campaign aims to insulate China from subversive Western ideas such as democracy and freedom of expression, and from the influence, specifically, of U.S. groups that may be trying to promote those values here, experts say. That campaign is long-standing, but it has been prosecuted with renewed vigor under President Xi Jinping, especially after the overthrow of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych following months of street demonstrations in Kiev that were viewed here as explicitly backed by the West.

One foreign policy expert, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive subject, said Putin had called Xi to share his concern about the West’s role in Ukraine. Those concerns appear to have filtered down into conversations held over cups of tea in China, according to civil society group members.

“They are very concerned about Color Revolutions, they are very concerned about what is going on in Ukraine,” said the international NGO manager, whose organization is partly financed by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), blamed here for supporting the protests in Kiev’s central Maidan square. “They say, ‘Your money is coming from the same people. Clearly you want to overthrow China.’ ”

Congressionally funded with the explicit goal of promoting democracy abroad, NED has long been viewed with suspicion or hostility by the authorities here. But the net of suspicion has widened to encompass such U.S. groups as the Ford Foundation, the International Republican Institute, the Carter Center and the Asia Foundation. 

All the way back in April of 2011, The New York Times reported in an article entitled, “U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings”:

A number of the groups and individuals directly involved in the revolts and reforms sweeping the region, including the April 6 Youth Movement in Egypt, the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and grass-roots activists like Entsar Qadhi, a youth leader in Yemen, received training and financing from groups like the International Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute and Freedom House, a nonprofit human rights organization based in Washington.

The Republican and Democratic institutes are loosely affiliated with the Republican and Democratic Parties. They were created by Congress and are financed through the National Endowment for Democracy, which was set up in 1983 to channel grants for promoting democracy in developing nations. The National Endowment receives about $100 million annually from Congress. Freedom House also gets the bulk of its money from the American government, mainly from the State Department.

Also in 2011, The Atlantic, in an article titled, “The Arab Spring: ‘A Virus That Will Attack Moscow and Beijing’,” reported on the Jewish supremacy supporter and unhinged extremist John McCain calling for global neo-Bolshevik revolution across the planet, including in China:

He [McCain] said, “A year ago, Ben-Ali and Gaddafi were not in power. Assad won’t be in power this time next year. This Arab Spring is a virus that will attack Moscow and Beijing.” McCain then walked off the stage.

“Democracy” absolutely is a virus: it is the virus that allows the infection of Judaism to spread across the globe.

This evil Jewish machine has its sights on China after failing to stir up revolutions and interventions in both Venezuela and Iran. Overthrowing China would necessarily cause opposition in these smaller countries to fold, since all resistance to the ZOG machine – including that of Russia – is linked to China’s resistance.

Christianity in China is a State Department Project

While there are incels in Hong Kong rioting for lack of sex, a large revolutionary bloc in mainland China are the US-backed Christian cults.

NED is heavily involved in shilling for the human rights of these groups.

A press announcement by NED-back ChinaAid from February of this year described their agitation operations in this field:

The Hudson Institute and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) met with a ChinaAid delegation today in Washington, D.C., and heard the plight of persecuted people groups in China, including Li Mingche, a Taiwanese human rights advocate imprisoned in China on subversion charges in 2017.

The Hudson Institute, represented by long-time religious freedom proponent and lawyer Nina Shea, questioned ChinaAid on the current state of religious freedom for Christians in China, specifically within the context of new facial recognition cameras, which are being installed in Chinese churches. Shea stated that the intent of the Chinese government is clearly to eradicate Christianity and asked ChinaAid’s president, Bob Fu, if he expected them to succeed. Fu answered that historically, the Chinese church has not been defeated by religious suppression, so he does not think they will be this time, either.

During the meeting, Shea repeatedly expressed concern that China is “looming” as a large modern threat to religious freedom.

The next meeting was led by Carl Gershman, the NED’s president, and included several NED representatives as well as religious freedom and human rights experts led by ChinaAid. The NED displayed similar concern over the uptick of religious suppression in China, which ChinaAid has documented in an upcoming Annual Report and expressed a desire to further work to eradicate these abuses.

ChinaAid thanks these two organizations for their interest in and support the fight for religious freedom and human rights in China and encourages others in the free world to stand up against the abuses occurring in China.

In July, the fat Jewish shill Mike Pompeo hosted “Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom,” wherein he talked about Moslems, Christians and others being “persecuted” in China, and vowed to help them rise up.

We see that this infiltration is simply “whatever works.” They will fund any group they think can be used to weaken the state.

Idiot Americans who have no idea what they’re talking about think that China hates Christians “because communism.” In fact, China doesn’t really care what anyone does, as long as they don’t threaten the stability of the state and the society, but these cult groups are attempting to form a fifth column for revolutionary purposes.

Evangelical cultists are standing by to riot when given the orders, along with the Falun Gong CIA mystic cult, the Islamic jihadists of the West of the country and a bunch of idiot youths that have been propagandized on the internet and in the American and Canadian universities that their gullible parents paid to send them to.

If China does not shut down this Hong Kong uprising immediately, hell is going to start breaking out in the mainland, and they will be required to do a massive, bloody crackdown in order to maintain order. And there are so many things that could go wrong in such a situation.