If the German Kaiser had won WWI, all of China, including Central Asia, would have been united to the Turkish Sultanate in Constantinople. The mighty Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II, ended that dream, so the Muslims morphed into "Communists."

Sultan Mao Zedong (1893–1976).

"Communist" dictator from 1949 to 1976.

On Dec. 26, 1893, the future Mao the Muslim "Communist' was born in Shaoshan Province, Hunan, the son of a wealthy farmer.

As a "good Muslim," Mao had 4 wives: Luo Yixiu, Yáng Kāihuì, He Zizhen, and his last wife was named Jiang Qing.

Jiang Qing, also known as Madame Mao, was the Eva Perón of China and the real power behind the throne.


Sultana Jiang Qing
was Mao's 4th wife.

The Sultana sought to rule China after the death of Mao and her role model was Empress Wu Zetain of the Zhou Dynasty....Female rule always ends with Islam....Here is a quote from King Solomon—whose many wives and concubines turned away his heart from following JEHOVAH:

But her end is as bitter as wormwood, sharp as a two-edged sword. Her feet go down to death, her steps take hold on hell
(Proverbs 5:4-5).

On Sept. 9, 1976, Apollyon came for Mao the Muslim. The "Communists" immediately contacted the British ambassador because they knew that the British were experts at producing doubles or imitations . . . both living and dead.....A remarkable likeness of the dead "Communist" was soon created by Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum in London. Some people claim that he was cremated and his ashes placed inside the dummy. That is not likely because Muslims do not practice cremation.

A wax image of Mao is on
A startling likeness of Mao is
on display in Red Square.

A starting likeness of Mao was made by Madame Tussaud's in London.

A special mausoleum was then built to house the dummy.

A vast multitude of Chinese have viewed the dummy since it was placed in the mausoleum in May 1977.

Crowds waiting in line to view the wax
dummy of Mao the Muslim.

Mao the Muslim is revered as Mohammed is revered by the Muslims, or Hajji Francis of Assisi by the Catholics . So far, no miracles have been reported at the mausoleum because "Communists" are not supposed to believe in the supernatural!!

China narrowly escaped from the Sword of Islam in the 8th century!

Beginning after the death of Mohammed, Islam spread like an unstoppable tidal wave or tsunami over most of the known world. A devastating plague called the Justinian Plague had left whole regions depopulated, so this greatly facilitated the Arab Conquests.

Caliph al-Walid (668–715).
Ruled from 705 to 715.

Caliph al-Walid I was an Umayyad caliph who ruled from Mecca.

His reign saw the greatest expansion of the Caliphate.

One of his most ruthless generals was named Qutabya ibn Muslim.

The Arab counterpart of Alexander the Great, he cut a path of destruction all the way to the borders of China.


General Qutayba ibn Muslim

The general was not content to stop at the borders of China, but his death by assassination, and internal dissent, slowed the further advance of the Arab conquering tide.

Empress Wu Zetian (624–705). Empress from 655 to 705.
Empress Wu Zetian (624–705).
Empress from 655 to 705.

Empress Wu Zetian reigned as Empress in her own right just when the Muslims were about to conquer China.

"Dragon Lady" Empress Wu—a veritable Jezebel on steroidswas the role model for Madame Mao.

Emperor Xuanzong of Tang ruled China at the high tide of the Arab conquests. He was a contemporary of Charles Martel, who defeated the Muslims at the Battle of Tours in 732.



Emperor Xuanzong (685–762).
Ruled from 713 to 756.

The schism between Sunni and Shia led to a slowdown of the Islamic conquests . . . but it was only a temporary respite....In the 8th century, only Arabs were Muslims, but by the 12th century there were millions of Chinese Muslims in Mongolia.

Genghis Khan (1162–1227).
Reigned from 1206 to 1227).

The year 1260 was the next big deadline for the Muslim conquest of the world.

By the 13th century there were millions of Chinese Muslims, mostly located in Mongolia.

Genghis Khan was the founder of the Mongol (Muslim) Empire which killed millions of Christians in central Asia.


Kublai Khan (12151294).
Reigned from 1260 to 1294.

Kublai was a grandson of Genghis Khan, and his reigned commenced in the fateful year of 1260. He was the founder of the Yuan dynasty which ruled China from 1271 to 1368.

Fortunately for the whole world, the Franciscan and Dominican "prophecy" of a worldwide Muslim ummah never came to pass at that time.

The Muslim Taiping Civil War from 1850 to 1864

The civil war that raged in China from 1850 to 1864 was the bloodiest in history . . . with up to 50 million casualties. The U.S. Civil War pales by comparison. During that time, great friendship existed between China and the United States. During the Gold Rush, thousands of Chinese emigrated to California, and many of them returned home rich with gold . . . and Republican ideals.....The Chinese also helped to unite the U.S. by building the Western branch of the Transcontinental Railroad.

"Emperor" Hong Xiuquan

In 1864, Muslim Hong Xiuquan feigned conversion to "Christianity" and then he launched the bloodiest civil war in the history of the world.

His "conversion" was brought about by an "American" missionary named Edwin Stevens.

Alarmingly, another "American" named Frederick Townsend Ward led the "Ever Victorious Army" who were fighting the Taiping rebels.


Frederick Townsend Ward

The "Ever Victorious Army" was the precursor of Chairman Mao's "Red Army," and Ward was a precursor of general Douglas MacArthur. MacArthur wanted to nuke the Chinese during the Korean War but the British stepped in and restrained him!!

General Charles Gordon (1833–1885)
in Mandarin regalia.

When Ward was killed in battle in 1862, General Charles "Chinese" Gordon took his place as commander of the "Ever Victorious Army."

The "Ever Victorious Army" actually supplied arms and ammunition to the Taiping Muslim rebels!

Pugnacious Admiral Sir James Hope represented the bellicose Babylonian lion in China.


Admiral Sir James Hope

When the Chinese government refused to allow the British and French to travel to Peking, Hope used "gunboat diplomacy" to force the Emperor's hand. Amazingly, the French were allies of the Babylonian lion at that time. Some estimate that upward of 100 million souls died during the Civil War, when you add the casualties from opium addiction, that estimate is not too high.

The Muslim Caliphate in Kashgar from 1864 to 1877

In 1864, a fanatical Muslim named Yaqub Beg established a Muslim Caliphate in Kashgar. Kashgar is located in the Northwest of China, called the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.

Yaqub Beg (1820–1877).

During the U.S. Civil War, a very uncivil war also raged in China. At stake was the very existence of China as an independent nation.

Muhammad Yaqub, also known as Yaqub Beg, led an insurrection to establish a Muslim Caliphate in Kashgar.

Beg received modern breech loading rifles from Britannia, but his vast arsenal came from the Terrible Turks.



Sultan Abdulaziz (18301876).
Reigned from 1861 to 1876

Here is a report on the arming of the Muslims from a Chinese historian named Hodong Kim:

Compared to British assistance, it is noteworthy that the support from Ottoman Turkey was not only larger in scale but also proceeded openly and officially. Since the detailed account of this support will be examined later when we deal with the diplomatic relations with the Ottomans, suffice it to say here Yaqub Beg received 1,200 rifles (200 of a new type and 1,000 of the old type) 6 cannons in 1873, and 2,000 rifles of the Enfield type and 6 cannons for mountain terrain in 1875, with a large amount of ammunition (Kim, Holy War in China, p. 117).

Since Islam does not recognize independent nations, Sultan Abdulaziz was anxious to annex all of Central Asia . . . and China . . . to his Caliphate in Constantinople.

Empress Cixi (1835–1908).
Reigned from 1861 to 1908.

Like Britannia, China was ruled by a female emperor, and it was a most propitious moment for the Muslims to link China to the Sultanate in Constantinople.

Emperor Cixi was a great admirer of Queen Victoria and they corresponded frequently.


The looting of the Summer Palace by
The looting of the Summer Palace
British forces in 1860.

By a miracle, China survived that catastrophe, and the Muslin insurrection was crushed in 1877. It was not until 1934 that official diplomatic relations were again resumed between Turkey and China.

Muslim general Tung Fu-hsiang led the Chinese St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre!

In 1900, there was a Chinese equivalent of the French St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre. That massacre is now referred to as the "Boxer Rebellion." It was led by a fanatical Muslim general named Tung Fu-hsiang.

Muslim general Tung Fu-hsiang

Beginning in 1900, a Chinese equivalent of the dreadful St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre occurred in China.

General Tung-hsuing was in charge of the Muslim fighters operating in Peking, or as it is now called Beijing.


Muslim Kansu fighters
in Peking.

The rampaging Muslims actually exceeded the brutality of the Catholics in Paris:

The rescuers came across appalling sights, Even the stoical Morrison was shocked by scenes reminiscent of paintings by Hieronymus Bosch: "Women and children hacked to pieces, men trussed like fowls, with noses and ears cut off and eyes gouged out." Lancelot Giles, a young British student interpreter who accompanied him, wrote shudderingly: "Many were found roasted alive, and so massacred and cut up as to be unrecognizable. I will spare you the sickening details." Lenox Simpson found that "the stench of human blood in the hot June air was almost intolerable, and the sights more than we could bear. Men, women, and children lay indiscriminately heaped together, some hacked to pieces, others with their throats cut from ear to ear, some still moving, others quite motionless."
Boxers were discovered systematically torturing their victims in temples. "Some had already been put to death and their bodies were still warm and bleeding. All were shockingly mutilated. Their fiendish murderers were at their incantations burning incense before their gods, offering Christians in sacrifice to their angered deities." Luella Miner found it hard to contemplate what was happening. It made the massacre of St. Bartholomew pale into insignificance and yet, she wrote helplessly, "this is the last year of the nineteenth century." (Preston, The Boxer Rebellion, pp. 75-76).

By the time the so-called Allies: Britain, Germany, France, Italy, and Japan reached Peking it was already too late. Christianity in China had received a deadly blow from which it would never recover.

Admiral Sir Edward Seymour

Admiral Sir Edward Seymour coordinated the massacre with Empress Dowager Tzu Hsi.

He was a descendant of Jane Seymour and Admiral George Seymour.

Field Marshall Alfred von Waldersee was overall military commander of the British, French, and Japanese armies in China.

Alfred von Waldersee
Alfred von Waldersee

By 1900, Kaiser Wilhelm II—Queen Victoria's grandson— was king of Prussia and a very, close alliance existed between Britannia and the newly-created German Empire.

That alliance was forged to prepare for the coming invasion and defeat of France and Russia by "Kaiser Bill."

Mao Zedong's "Long March" to establish a Muslim Caliphate in Northwest China

The conquest of China by the Muslims always started in the Northwest of the country. That was the logical place to begin because Mongolia was a Muslim stronghold since the 13th century.

Mao Zedong
Mao Zedong as a young Muslim.

The legend of Sultan Mao Zedong was born during the "Long March" from 1934 to 35.

Banker Morris Cohen provided the funds for his "Communist" army.

Ominously, Cohen was the former bodyguard of President Sun Yat-sen.


Morris "Two-Gun" Cohen
Morris "Two-Gun" Cohen

The failure of the Kaiser to conquer Russia in WWI meant that the Muslim conspiracy to conquer China had to be postponed. Had Germany succeeded, there would have been no need for a "Communist" Revolution in Russia . . . or in China.

The Long March toward Ningxia.


Mao was marching his army toward Ningxia to join up with another Muslim general named Ma Hongkui.

That general was the successor of General Tung Fu-hsiang, and by 1934 he had the nucleus of a Chinese Muslim Red Army!!




Muslim general Ma Hongkui

Here is a quote from an American reporter named Edgar Snow who was the first foreigner to interview Mao:

Here, presumably, was something to appeal to nearly every Muslim. Even some ahuns reportedly saw in it an opportunity to get rid of Ma Hung-kuei (punishing him for burning the mosques of the Old and New schools), and also a chance to realize and old aspiration—to reestablish contact with Turkey through Central Asia. By May, the Communists were claiming that they had achieved what skeptics had said was impossible. They boasted that they had created the nucleus of a Chinese Red Army. (Snow, Red Star Over China, pp. 310-311).

General Chiang Kai-shek was head of the Kuomintang Army which was leading the fight against Mao and his Muslim "Communists."

Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek
General Chiang Kai-shek


In December 1936, Mao's opponent, general Chiang, was suddenly "kidnapped" by the "Communists."

Chang Hsueh-ling, also known as the "Young Marshall," was the man in charge of the "kidnapping."

Chang reported to "Communists" Mao and Chou En-lai.




Chang Hsueh-ling (1901–2001)
aka the "Young Marshall."

The "Young Marshall" also reminded Chiang about the great material advantages in joining the "Communist" movement and serving the British and the Turks.

Madame Chiang Kai-shek


At first, Chiang was reluctant to switch sides, but the "Young Marshall" had his wife flown in from Nanking to change his mind.

When May-ling arrived in Xi'an, she ordered her husband to stop opposing Mao.

Chiang obeyed her orders, and he commanded his army to fight the Japanese invaders in Manchuria instead.


Chiang and May-ling greeted by officials
at Nanking airport, Dec. 26, 1936.

Due to the advice of May-ling, the Xi'an Incident changed the course of 20th century Chinese history.

Obviously, the "kidnapping" was all staged for the benefit of Mao and his "Communists." General Chiang did change sides, and in December 1949 he fled from the mainland, and founded the Republic of China on the island of Taiwan.

The Russian victory in WWII postponed the Chinese Muslim Caliphate!

The mighty Russian nation was raised up by the Almighty to save the world from Islam. That is the reason why Muslims have always harbored a deadly hatred for that great nation.

Mao proclaiming the founding of
"Communist" China, Oct. 1, 1949.

To his great disappointment, Mao could not call himself Caliph or Sultan of China when he proclaimed the founding of the state in 1949.

It was no coincidence that the Korean War broke out just 9 months later.

In July 2015, Sultan Erdoğan visited President Xi Jinping in Beijing.

Sultan Erdoğan and Chinese President
Xi Jinping in Beijing.

Official diplomatic relations were established between Turkey and China in 1934 and the 2 countries have remained steadfast allies ever since.

The story of Samson is a Chinese end of the world scenario!

All of the stories in the Holy Bible are UNIVERSAL, in that they apply to all people in all nations. Satan is the same in every country, and Islam is his masterpiece of deception. For the past 1,000 years, Buddhism and Islam have competed with each other to deceive millions of Chinese.

Samson ripping the lion apart
with his bare hands.

Samson was blinded by the Philistines and made to work like an ox (Judges 16:21).

Samson pushed on the TWIN pillars with all his might and he brought the temple down on their heads.

If all Chinese Christians pushed on the twin pillars like Samson, Buddhism and Islam would soon be gone with the wind!!


The Chinese Samson demolishing
Buddhism and Islam!!

The Exodus from Egypt is also a marvelous type of Armageddon and the end of the world. When the Egyptians were pursuing the children of Israel at the Red Sea, JEHOVAH sent his MECHANIC-ANGELS to pull off the wheels of their chariots—in order to slow them down:

And it came to pass, that in the morning watch that JEHOVAH looked unto the host of the Egyptians through the pillar of fire and of the cloud, and troubled the host of the Egyptians, and took off their chariot wheels, that they drove them heavily: so that the Egyptians said, "let us flee from the face of Israel; for JEHOVAH fighteth for them against the Egyptians" (Exodus:14:24-25).

In these last days . . . we cannot stop . . . but only slow down . . . Islam in China . . . so all true Chinese Christians should become MECHANICS for CHRIST!!

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