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According to Fritz Springmeir, the Li bloodline is an integral part of the Illuminati.


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David Rockefeller visits with his friend Li Chiang,
one of Red China's Government Trade Officials.



A CLOSER LOOK AT THE LI ILLUMINATI FAMILY IN HONG KONG

The Rothschild, and the Rockefeller families have a very high respect for the Chinese and Japanese people in relation to some of the other peoples in the world. That is one reason why China and Japan are being given the chance to be important players in the New World Order.

The powerful Li family in Hong Kong is part of the Illuminati This family maintains a good public relations. They are philanthropists. Billionaire Li Ka-shing donated money to create a University in Shantou in South China. The cost of the University & its teaching hospital were reported at 85 million U.S. dollars In Fortune Magazine 7/13/92, p. 107.

The following chart shows Li Kashing’s financial empire, which extends worldwide.

60 Broad Street New York City Li's share (with Olympia & York) Estimated value of building $100 million
Star TV, Hong Kong (countries in Asia and MidEast) Star’s capitalization: $300 million
HUSKY OIL, Calgary
Husky Oil, Calgary value: $1.3 billion
CANADIAN IMPERIAL
BANK OF COMMERCE Toronto Bank’s market value $4,3 billion
PACIFIC PLACE, Vancouver $2 billion property development
SUNTEC CITY Singapore $1 billion property development with partners
According to Fortune Magazine, 7/13/92, p. 106, Li Ka-shing is worth 4 Billion Us. dollars. Another article motes that he made HK$13.4 billion from real estate sales in 1991 alone.

Li Ka-shing has lived in the same house on a hill Hong Kong for 30 years. Li Ka-shing had little to no formal schooling. He is self-taught. His sons have been well educated at Stanford. Victor became an engineer, and his other son Richard majored in computer science and is running Star TV In Hong Kong.

Other wealthy friends of Li Kashing get together with him regularly to play poker games. U Ka-shing is chairman or chief executive of his four big companies in Hong Kong. He hires

CAVENDISH INTERNATIONAL Investment company

HONG KONG ELECTRIC

Both Chinese and western executives for day-to-day management. Simon Murray, a Dalton who served in the French Foreign Legion, is one of Li’s trusted managers. Murray had worked for Jardine Matheson, a business owned by one of the Committee of 300. U has built global alliances with British companies, and has part ol Pearson, a British holding company which in turn as interest in Lazard banking Arms In N.Y., London, and Parts.

As one can see Li Ka-shing is doing business with the big boys of International Banking. Li also has Joint ventures with MTV, AT&T, Motorola, and Time-Warner. Li’s Star TV broadcast 5 channels to viewers all the way from Israel to Indonesia. The programming comes from the BBC news, and MTV, and some minor partners. Li is giving Madonna and the rest of Hollywood to the Asians. Li also invested in Vancouver, B.C. He bought the Expo 86 site which Is 1/6th of downtown Vancouver. 27% of Vancouver’s 560000 citizens are of Chinese descent. Vancouver is a Triad stronghold. This will discuss elsewhere

Li Ka-shing has been allowed by the elite to buy into Canada’s Husky Oil. He could not have done this without the elite’s tolerance. The Oil and Gas Journal, Nov. 18, ‘91, p. 36 states that U now has 86 % of Husky Oil.



THE REST OF THE LI HONG KONG CLAN

The huge Bank of East Asia (BEA) is run by Li Kwok-po. BEA has gone into partnerships with such Illuminati-connected companies as G. Warburg. Li Kwok.po (also known as David Li) also serves in the Hong Kong legislature as the councillor who represents the banking community. He is also a vice-chairman of the committee drawing up the future Chinese administrative region that Hong Kong will soon become.

He was chosen for this position by the Red Chinese because ‘He was chosen by the Chinese mainly because or his family background. The extended Li family, with most of its members holding British passports, is one of the territory’s rich and influential old families.’ (Far Eastern Economic Review, June 1989, p. 47)

Li has been urging the Hong Kong people to trust the Communist Chinese government. David Li did not comment on the Tienamen square massacre when asked. David Li holds a full British passport and can go anywhere be wants. Most people in Hong Kong have only a Hong Kong passport that gives them British citizenship but doesn’t entitle them to travel. David Li’s uncle is Simon Li, who was a justice of appeal in Hong Kong,, and also selected for the BLDC.

His other uncle Ronald Li was the former chairman of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and a member of the Basic law Consultative Committee. Ronald Li and his son got caught using their Stock Exchange positions in corrupt money making offences, and were to be brought to trial. I don’t know how it turned out. Another uncle Li Fook-kow was elected in Sept. ‘88 to represent the Hong Kong financial community in the government.

When the scandal broke concerning the elite’s BCCI, the Hong Kong branch-Bank of Credit and Commerce Hong Kong (BCCHK) was shielded from investigation. BCCHK’s chief executive Tariq Jamil who could have been called upon to answer questions skipped the country. Hong Kong authorities made no attempt to stop him. David Li got involved and suggested that the Exchange Fund be used to help his BEA acquire BCCHK.

Another key figure in the BCCHK, was Louis Saubolle, who was previously Bank of America’s chief contact with Red China. Louis Saubolle has travelled to mainland China regularly since the 1940s.

He is rumoured to have done dubious practices while chairman of BCCHK, but he left the country for destinations unknown.

A Li heads up American Express International in the area.
Li. Pel Wu was one of the five best paid chief executives in banking in 1990.
Some of the Li family in Hong Kong have taken on the trappings of Christianity behind which are their other nefarious activities. One Li, Florence Tim Oi Li, has become a lady Catholic priest. (National Catholic Reporter, Oct. 19, ‘90, p. 12.
Richard Li has become a media mogul for Asia.
And Victor Li ran the East-West Center in Hawaii.

‘The real decision-making in China’s political system takes place within the Politburo, and particularly among the seven members of its standing committee, in consultation with retired Party elders.’ (The China Business Review, Jan-Feb. 1993, p. 22)

This inner circle of seven men Includes two members of the Li family: Li Peng, who is the head of this inner circle, and Li Ruihuan, who is head of the Communist Party’s Propaganda. Li Ruihuan has been a member of this inner circle since 1989. The other men on the inner circle are Jiang Zemin, Qiao Shi, Hu Jintao, Liu Huaqing, and Zhu Rongji.

As premier or Prime Minister of China Li Peng has met with a great many of the world’s leaders, and many of the Illuminati’s men. Here is a sampling of Li Peng’s meetings:

April 28, ’90-Soviet leaders
around July, ’91-U.S.- China Business Council Officials which includes Illuminati members.
Aug. 15, 91- Japanese Prime Minister Toshiki Kaifu
Sept. 3, ’91- Great Britain’s Prime Minister John Major
Nov. 16, ’91-Sec. of State James A. Baker
Dec. 12-14, ’91 - Prime Minister of India P.V. Narasiaha Rao
Feb. 1, ’92 - Pres. George Bush
Feb. 3, ’92-top U.S. capitalists (Illuminati members)
Feb. 10, ’92 -Yeltsin in Russia
Do the world’s leaders confer with each other?

Li Peng is not the only important Li family member to be the President or Premier of China:

Li Xlannian was involved in the power struggle after Mao’s death and was President of China. For a number of years Li. Xiannian was considered one of the four top leaders of Red China. For many years Li Xiannian did lots of travelling to places like Africa where he held high level meetings with other leaders.
Li Desheng was a member of the Politburo, Central Committee of the Communist Party, and served in key military posts.
Li Qiang was a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party, and was appointed Minister of Foreign Trade in 1978.

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