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[Abraham Lincoln, 1864]

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Did you know?


1839

XuanZong Daoguang
XuanZong Daoguang
China used to be famous for Opium... It was actually legal way back in 1839, I want to tell you "how "it became legal...

Due to the rampant opium addiction in China, monopolized by David Sassoon, the British Royal family, and the Rothschilds’. 
The Manchu Emperor XuanZong Daoguang(Tao-kuang) orders the trade be stopped. He names the Commissioner of Canton, Lin Tse-Hsu, as leader of a campaign against opium. Lin Tse-Hsu organizes the seizing of 2,000 chests of Sassoon opium and orders it to be thrown into the river. David Sassoon informs the Rothschilds’ of this and they demand that the armed forces of Great Britain retaliate in order to protect their drug running interests.
Thus, the Opium Wars begin with the British Army once again fighting as mercenaries for Rothschild interests. They attack cities and blockade ports. The Chinese Army, by now decimated by 10 years of rampant opium addiction, prove no match for the British Army. The war ends in 1842 with the signing of the Treaty of Nanking. This includes the following provisions designed to guarantee the Rothschilds’ through their puppet, David Sassoon, the right to provide an entire population with opium:
  1. Full legalization of the opium trade in China.
  2. Compensation to David Sassoon of two million pounds for the opium dumped into the river by Lin Tse-Hsu. (Pls bare in mind it is the year 1839)
  3. Territorial sovereignty for the British Crown over several designated offshore islands.

Cool huh.. The Rothchilds LOL have they existed that long? and they have been crazy greedy mofo's for that long? HAHA the jokes on us. 


Truthfully,
feru


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