Thursday, April 4, 2024

Project Looking Glass: Abolishment of the Chinese Communist Party in the Near Future

This is the first word that I have had that they are a target.  It also had to happen and no clue regarding the how..  So wow!

We also have a description of a big data approach to future predictions.  this is not actually recalling the future which i also think may be possible.  And yes, disappearing the CCP needs to be done.  can it be ever gentle?

And here, i want to place one million Indian soldiers in Taiwan to unbalace them.  suppose instead, there is an easier way internally.  We can hope so.

Project Looking Glass: Abolishment of the Chinese Communist Party in the Near Future

Project Looking Glass Update | April 2, 2024

Submission received from Alliance sources.

Project Looking Glass uses a combination of quantum data collection, quantum computer modeling, artificial intelligence, and advanced visualization techniques to create a virtual model of the future. This model is being constantly updated with new data, allowing us to see how different choices and events could affect the outcome.

The basic idea behind Project Looking Glass is that it allows us to see into the future. This is not some kind of crystal ball or fortune-telling device, but rather a scientific tool that would use advanced technology to gather data from the present and project it forward in time. This technology allows us to gain a better understanding of the consequences of our actions and make more informed decisions about the future.

Project Looking Glass is being used by the Alliance to steer humanity into an age of prosperity, rapid technological advancement, and opening public contact with our ET friends. The goal is to turn our civilization into a space-faring utopia.

The following information is one of many predicted scenarios provided by Project Looking Glass. The future is not set in stone and therefore each scenario provided by Project Looking Glass is only a singular timeline among infinite timelines. Do also note as a disclaimer, we cannot share the finite details provided by Project Looking Glass to the public. Therefore, the scenarios provided were “re-written” to protect ourselves and the public from interfering forces.


Abolishment of the Chinese Communist Party in the Near Future

In the near future, approximately [date redacted]. Rumors circulate throughout China that a secret group of powerful individuals, potentially high-ranking government officials and business leaders, have been conspiring to abolish the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). This secret group was led by a global clandestine movement known as the [redacted].

According to the rumors, this group is unhappy with the current state of affairs in China and has been actively working behind the scenes to force President Xi Jinping to abolish the CCP. It is believed that they view the Party as corrupt and responsible for hindering economic growth and suppressing political dissent.

The group’s efforts reportedly intensified after the COVID-19 pandemic, which highlighted the flaws and shortcomings of the CCP’s rule. They are believed to have a strong influence on major decision-making processes and have been using their power to pressure Xi Jinping to take action.

It is unclear how exactly this group plans to force Xi to abolish the CCP, but some speculate that they may have incriminating evidence or leverage over him and high-ranking party members. Others believe that they may be working with foreign governments to apply pressure on the Chinese government.

The rumors have sparked intense speculation and debate among the Chinese public, with many divided on whether the potential abolishment of the CCP would be a positive or negative development for China. Some see it as a necessary step towards progress and democracy, while others fear it could lead to chaos and instability.

The Chinese government has not officially addressed these rumors, but there have been some signs of a crackdown on dissent and criticism of the Party in recent months. It remains to be seen if this alleged secret group will be successful in their efforts to abolish the CCP, but their existence and influence highlight the increasing discontent and disillusionment with the Party among many Chinese citizens.

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