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The U.S. has certainly promoted regime change worldwide, often by using non-governmental organizations as front groups to funnel money to dissidents who will overthrow the government.
Now, the US has taken a much more overt stance in supporting the chaos their own manipulative networks have prepared and are now orchestrating.
The U.S. government considers economic rivalry to be a basis for war. And the U.S. is systematically using the military to contain China’s growing economic influence.
And U.S. sanctions against Russia are not having the desired effect … largely because China is picking up the slack by trading with Russia and even loaning it money.
Indeed, China, Russia, India and Brazil have formed what some top economists say is an alternative to the Western financial institutions, the World Bank and IMF. And China ischallenging the petrodollar.
So it’s not beyond the realm of possibility that the U.S. (and the former owner of Hong Kong, Britain) egged on democracy protesters in Hong Kong in order to try to shake up the Chinese regime.
Just as the US admitted shortly after the so-called “Arab Spring” began spreading chaos across the Middle East that it had fully funded, trained, and equipped both mob leaders and heavily armed terrorists years in advance, it is now admitted that the US State Department through a myriad of organizations and NGOs is behind the so-called “Occupy Central” protests in Hong Kong.
Behind the so-called “Occupy Central” protests … is a deep and insidious network of foreign financial, political, and media support. Prominent among them is the US State Department and its National Endowment for Democracy (NED) as well as NED’s subsidiary, the National Democratic Institute (NDI).
On Thursday, Wen Wei Po published an “expose” into what it described as the U.S. connections of Joshua Wong, the 17 year-old leader of student group Scholarism.
Evidence for Mr. Wong’s close ties to the U.S. that the paper cited included what the report described as frequent meetings with U.S. consulate personnel in Hong Kong and covert donations from Americans to Mr. Wong. As evidence, the paper cited photographs leaked by “netizens.” The story also said Mr. Wong’s family visited Macau in 2011 at the invitation of the American Chamber of Commerce, where they stayed at the “U.S.-owned” Venetian Macao, which is owned by Las Vegas Sands Corp.
In its report on Mr. Wang, Wen Wei Po said that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency is making a pointed effort to infiltrate Hong Kong schools, for example through the Hong Kong-America Center, a group headed by former U.S. diplomat Morton Holbrook that promotes H.K.-U.S. ties. It also alleged that the CIA is actively training a new generation of protest leaders in Hong Kong through sponsoring students to study in the U.S., with an aim of stoking future “color revolutions” in the city.
This shampoo is made of botanical extracts from tea seeds and commonly-used Chinese herbs: Foti dried root tuber, Polygonatum rhizome, Dong quai root, which have potentials to soothe scalp and supplement hair nutrients. It helps repair dry, brittle hair, split ends and flaky scalp, hair loss, alopecia due to yin deficiency of the liver and kidney, spleen asthenia.
This shampoo is made of botanical extracts from frequently used Chinese medicinal herbs: Gleditsia fruit, Fo-ti dried root tuber, Ligusticum chuanxiong rhizome. These herbs are traditionally used to clean up hair, get rid of dandruff, itchy scalp, preventing the graying of the hair, and reducing hair fall. It's useful for oily scalp, seborrheic dermatitis, hair loss, alopecia caused by obstruction of meridians and collaterals, wind attacks, and blood stagnation.
Powerful herbal lotion relieves aches and pains of muscles and joints from simple backache to rheumatoid arthritis, injury from knocks and falls, swelling and sore caused by stagnation. It's characterized as lightly spreading, powerful penetrating, fast pain relief and eliminating swelling.
The health effects of tea have been examined ever since the first infusions of Camellia sinensis about 4700 years ago in China. The Divine Farmer's Herb-Root Classic recorded that Camellia sinensis infusions were useful for treating conditions including tumors, abscesses, bladder ailments, and lethargy.
Components of tea include a large number of vitamins, minerals, oils and fluoride. This composition helps skin pallor and improves eyesight. Consumption of tea can boost immune system by fighting free radicals and can reduce the risk from damage caused by toxins.
Chinese researchers recently revealed potential therapeutic properties of green tea that could be used to treat nicotine addiction.
Green tea with Chinese herbs had been historically used to wean Chinese nobility off opium addiction more than a century ago.
Quitting is hard! If you are trying to stop smoking, you will need all the support you can get. The special stop smoking tea curbs cravings and makes quitting easier. It's also advised to see an acupuncturist about utilizing daily acupuncture and additional herbal materials to improve chances of success and speed the process of withdrawal from nicotine addiction.
Guilinggao is thought to be good for the skin, allowing for a healthier complexion upon repeated consumption. Other supposed positive effects of the jelly includes improving circulation, assisting muscle growth, relieving itching, reducing acne and kidney restoration.
Guilinggao jelly can be prepared at home from commercially sold powdered concentrate (the "guilinggao powder"), similarly to how Jello is made. When it is prepared, other herbal substances, such as Chinese angelica, reishi mushroom, licorice, are added to the jelly to give it certain tastes and medicinal values.
Antrodia camphorata mushroom is highly valued as a medicinal mushroom in Taiwan (known as Zhang Zhi or Niu-Zhang Zhi), where it is commonly used as an anti-fatigue, and liver protective supplement by folk people in Taiwan.