chinese dynasty

There have been forty-nine dynasties in Chinese history. Their average “age” has been just 70 years.

The dynasty of Mao Tse Tung and his revolutionaries has reached this age as well, when dynasties are generally at their end – and Mao’s mandate appears to have been revoked.

“Mandate of Heaven” is a concept originating in the Zhou Dynasty from before 1000 B.C. which determines whether the emperor is sufficiently virtuous to rule, and 70 years of brutal communist rule have not yet removed that religious concept from the psyche of the Chinese people.

The four pillars of the Mandate of Heaven demand that if the Emperor fails to fulfil his obligations to the people, then his Mandate and right to be ruler is over.

“Heaven” sends signs when the ruler’s day is done, and it is clear today that it is time for the 50th dynasty to begin.

Disasters of nature such as floods, drought, famine and disease are signs that the Ruling Dynasty has lost Heaven’s Mandate to rule, and those happenings justify the people’s right to rebel against them under the four principles of the Mandate.

In centuries past, these signs from Heaven led to uprisings – 49 times in Chinese history – and a new Ruling Dynasty came to power, often from within the ranks of those who rebelled.

There are many signs the Communist Dynasty’s Mandate is lost – a new deadly disease being simply the latest and perhaps worst.

This new version of coronavirus exceeds the contagion rate of any disease in modern times, including the Spanish flu of 1918 that killed tens of millions. At a contagion rate of 2.6-4 persons per infected, the nation and its people are in for a difficult time.

And so is the dynasty of Mao. His days are done.

Animal diseases (zoonoses) that jump to humans like coronavirus can be the deadliest

MERS, ebola, anthrax, HIV, diptheria, bubonic plague – and the worst, smallpox – all started this way it is now known from DNA and RNA sequencing.

Smallpox was delivered inadvertently to my Native American ancestors by Hernando de Soto in 1539 via his swine and men. It is estimated that this disease reduced their population by 92% over the following decades as it swept throughout the North & South American continents.

Coronavirus epidemic destroys mandate from heaven

Not only Wuhan now—15 other cities with 56 million people were quarantined as of Sunday and its spread has ‘accelerated’ today per Xi Xinping

We now have a very deadly animal disease that has made the transition to humans – in Communist China.

Have Xi and the Communists lost their Mandate?

Under the Mandate of Heaven’s construction, the answer is very clear that the Communist party’s day is done.

2019 was the worst economically in the party’s 70-year rule–defeated by a common capitalist who builds golf courses and hotels for a living.

The streets of Hong Kong are ablaze with revolt, filled by young students waving American flags – seeking freedom from the party’s oppression.

The people of Taiwan delivered a stunning body blow to the One China proponents. They sought more freedom as well and put to rest any thought of rejoining the mainland without a fight.

Coronavirus, in less than one week – supposedly starting from snakes and bats in the ‘wet’ (live animal) market in Wuhan (or perhaps more likely, the Communist Party’s biological weapons lab in Wuhan)– has stopped life as it is known in mainland China and already spread to the United States and Europe – which will result in China’s isolation within days.

To point, even Mongolia shut its borders with China this morning–another humiliation.

Now, the authorities are literally digging up the highways to stop the outflow of people from these affected regions – 56 million of them as of Sunday, and almost double that today.

But again–no one knows for sure, as the Communist regime protects itself in shrouds of secrecy, with little or no concern for its people.

Chinese people quarantined for Coronavirus
How would you stop 1.3 billion hungry, angry people?

And quite soon the problems will become uncontrollable. Food riots are already beginning in Wuhan.

And China’s favourite dish, pork, was already in trouble. The African Swine Fever epidemic, according to Rabobank, cost China 55% of its $1 Trillion hog sector since August 2018 when the first case was reported.

Billions of pounds of pork, which could have been preserved and stored, are not available, and that crisis, absent huge imports from the United States, will only worsen.

At some point quite soon, the quarantine(s) of these millions of Chinese – the number is growing by the hour – will result in even more severe shortages. Why, you ask?

Because the highways that have been dug up to prevent the people from leaving, also prevent food and water from being delivered to them.

Hungry people quickly become angry people.  Angry people turn on those who no longer have the Mandate of Heaven to rule as 3,000 years of history has proven.

Riots follow, ending in revolution.

Xi has lost the Mandate of Heaven
Ruler of china ‘for life’, may be rather shorter than xi was expecting

Between the financial strains of China’s humiliating economic defeat by President Trump and his free market principles, to the very real possibility of epidemic, starvation and riots, predict change in China.

What will the lucky 50th Dynasty of China look like?

It is no longer a matter of years.  If there are not immediate economic and social reform to please the gods and Heaven, China will be splintered into regional governments hostile to the ruling party of the Communist Dynasty and it will be over.

Communism’s Mandate from Heaven – if one ever existed – has been revoked.

An estimated 167 million souls died on Marx’s false altar during the 20th and 21st centuries.

“Heaven” appears to have reached a satiety of its brutality and the gods are ending it with some of their own tried and true weapons of old.

Pestilence, disease and famine will do the work that armies never could.

This confluence of economic, health, and political crises will result in the break-up of China as we know it.

Much like Europe is soon to experience, China will devolve into its more ancient parts and cultures–including its deep connection to “Heaven”.

Alliances of these territories – and with whom they are made – will depend upon the wisdom and courage of those who lead them. Some will strive to be great, while others continue in the godless abandon of Marxism.

Perhaps many of these provinces will return to their own gods and concepts of Heaven–or even ours. Who knows? There is nothing like impending death to force one’s eyes to Heaven.

Just imagine what a free, faith-based China, could do and become!

Out of pestilence often comes redemption.

I pray and wish the best for the people of China–and the worst for the depraved system of Communism forced upon them.

May the 50th dynasty soon be given a sign of its Mandate of Heaven–and receive it.

Howell Woltz

The International Centre for Justice

Warsaw, Poland