Thousands Microchipped—Is the Mark of the Beast Happening? | China’s Social Credit And The Taking Of Hollywood – The Sleeping Giant Awakes

Source: Thousands Microchipped—Is the Mark of the Beast Happening? | Prophecy

If you have never heard the term “we are living in the latter days”–a term that prophecies about a period that will occur at the very end of our age—then it’s about time you’ve become well acquainted with the words. Because we are living in the latter days and we are the generation that will witness the prophetic fulfillment of Biblical prophecy.

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In the video below I expose how we are making leaps into the advancements of the Mark of the Beast and how America just may become the new “China.”

“Microchips are being implanted into volunteers to help them open doors and operate office equipment, and it’s become so popular that members of the Epicenter cyborg club hold regular parties for those with the tiny chips embedded in their hands.” Mint Press News

That is the breaking news report that is surfacing at a Sweden epicenter and quite frankly, it  sounds eerily similar to the “Mark of the Beast” found in the book of Revelation:

“It causes all, both small and great, both rich and poor, both free and slave, to be marked on the right hand or the forehead, so that no one can buy or sell unless he has the mark, that is, the name of the beast or the number of its name. This calls for wisdom: let the one who has understanding calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man, and his number is 666.”  Revelation 13:16-18

It seems as if we have made major steps in that direction. All that and more in this critical report…

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Source: thewrap.com

12 Chinese-Owned Media Companies, From Dick Clark Productions to AMC As Of November 18, 2016

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A firehose of Chinese investment has been flowing into Hollywood for the last few years, as Middle Kingdom firms have scooped up production companies and theater chains by the billion. And while D.C. has finally taken notice — and is asking the government to take a closer look at foreign ownership of American content companies — Chinese firms have already accumulated a substantial portfolio of media and entertainment-related companies often at healthy premiums. And Hollywood isn’t ready to look that gift horse in the mouth.

amc theatresAMC THEATRESOwner: Dalian Wanda Group   Wanda, a real estate and entertainment conglomerate owned by China’s richest man, Wang Jianlin, made its first Hollywood splash in 2012 when the company paid $2.6 billion for AMC Entertainment, the parent of AMC Theatres, the second-largest theater chain in the U.S.

 

 

 

 

 

carmikeCarmike CinemasOwner: Dalian Wanda Group   Wanda-owned AMC paid $1.2 billion to acquire Carmike Cinemas in a deal that just closed in November. The combined chain will be America’s largest theatrical exhibitor, passing former No. 1 Regal Entertainment.

Jurassic World LegendaryLegendary EntertainmentOwner: Dalian Wanda Group   Wanda paid $3.5 billion for the “Jurassic World” production company in January, even though Legendary lost $500 million last year, according to a Chinese regulatory filing. However, plenty of Legendary’s high-octane action and fantasy flicks have been bigger hits in China than the U.S., such as “Warcraft.”

 

 

Dick Clark Productions for saleDick Clark ProductionsOwner: Dalian Wanda Group   Wanda spent $1 billion to acquire the producer of the Golden Globes, American Music Awards and “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.” The deal marks Wanda’s first foray into television after spending billions on the big screen.

Hurt Locker voltage pictures Jeremy RennerVoltage PicturesOwner: Anhui Xinke New Materials   Anhui Xinke, a copper processing company, bought an 80 percent stake in Voltage parent Midnight Entertainment for $351 million. Voltage is the production company behind Oscar-winning films including “The Hurt Locker” and “Dallas Buyers Club.”

 

 

stx edge of seventeen bad moms the giftSTX EntertainmentOwner: Hony Capital, Tencent   Independent distributor STX was founded with investments from private equity giant TPG and Chinese firm Hony Capital. The company also has a co-financing deal with China’s Huayi Bros. Media, and this year secured a strategic investment from Tencent to expand into digital content, music and virtual reality.

TriathlonWorld Triathlon CorporationOwner: Dalian Wanda Group   Wanda paid $650 million last year for the company that organizes the Ironman Triathlon races, folding it into its new Wanda Sports division.

 

 

 

IM GlobalIM GlobalOwner: Tang Media Partners   Tang Media Partners, which has offices in Shanghai and L.A., acquired a controlling stake in Stuart Ford’s film finance firm from Indian conglomerate Reliance in June. IM Global has financed or produced more than 30 Hollywood films, including Mel Gibson’s “Hacksaw Ridge.”

Jeff RobinovStudio8Owner: Fosun Group   Chinese conglomerate Fosun is the largest shareholder in former Warner Bros. chief Jeff Robinov’s production company, having invested $200 million in Studio8.

 

 

 

Adam Goodman Le VisionDichotomy Creative GroupOwner: LeEco   Consumer tech company LeEco’s subsidiary Le Vision Pictures opened an L.A. office this year and hired former Paramount Pictures President Adam Goodman to run it and oversee a slate of English-language films. As part of the deal, LeEco acquired Goodman’s production company, Dichotomy.

Cirque du SoleilCirque du SoleilOwner: Fosun Group   It’s a Canadian circus, not a movie or TV studio, but Cirque du Soleil operates six Vegas shows, several tours and earned $845 million in revenue in 2014. Last year, TPG and Fosun acquired a majority stake in Cirque du Soleil for $1.5 billion.

 

 

Riot Games League of LegendsRiot GamesOwner: Tencent   Tencent acquired a 93 percent stake in the video game publisher for $400 million in 2011 and acquired the remainder last December. Riot’s “League of Legends” is the most played PC game in the world.

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Source: dailymail.co.uk

From Hollywood to Chollywood: The sinister Chinese takeover of movie land

It’s no accident martial arts stars are in Star Wars, or a Chinese pin-up popped up in X-Men. And there are one billion reasons why you won’t see a Tibetan mystic in Doctor Strange. Welcome to the really rather sinister world of… Chollywood

On a rocky hillside in eastern China peasant workers dig boulders from the barren landscape. Behind them an extraordinary edifice is rising. It’s a silvery string of 50ft tall Chinese letters that looks just like the iconic Hollywood sign above Los Angeles more than 6,000 miles away.

Matt Damon in The Great Wall. Its origins are in Hollywood but it was made in China by a Chinese director with a mostly Chinese cast and a Chinese/Western crew

This is the improbable location for Chollywood – though the sign reads ‘Oriental Movie Metropolis’ – China’s audacious multi-billion-pound bid to snatch Hollywood’s crown as the artistic and economic home of the global movie industry.

In recent months, Chinese tycoons have bought into US studios, production companies and distribution arms. They have also forged lucrative alliances with LA power players such as Steven Spielberg. The biggest cinema chains in America and Europe, including Odeon and UCI, are already in Chinese hands.

But it’s Chollywood, an arid stretch of coastline where you’re more likely to see a mountain goat than an A-lister on the red carpet, that reveals the true scale of the country’s ambition.

When complete in 2018, it will be a £6.6 billion film hub, developed using British expertise from Pinewood Studios, home to James Bond and Star Wars.

Chollywood, an arid stretch of coastline where you’re more likely to see a mountain goat than an A-lister on the red carpet,
Chollywood, an arid stretch of coastline where you’re more likely to see a mountain goat than an A-lister on the red carpet,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Source: dailymail.co.uk

The Chinese billionaire trying to take over Hollywood: He’s already bought all AMC theaters and the makers of Jurassic World – now wants to pour billions into ALL six major film studios

  • Wang Jianlin, 62, runs $44.7b Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group
  • Wanda has already bought AMC Theaters and Legendary Pictures studio
  • Now he’s setting up a fund to invest in all of Hollywood’s ‘big six’ studios
  • They are Columbia, Disney, Fox, Paramount, Universal, and Warner Bros
  • And he intends to buy one outright 

The Chinese billionaire who bought the AMC theater chain and Legendary Pictures – home of The Dark Knight and Jurassic World – is now looking to get his fingers into Hollywood’s biggest studios.

Over the past 28 years Wang Jianlin, 62, has transformed a debt-ridden Chinese real-estate company into the 44.7billion-revenue conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group, which has been hungrily snapping up US businesses.

And now Wang has turned his eyes on Hollywood, with an ambitious plan to work his way into all six major studios, The Hollywood Reporter revealed.

Billionaire: Wang Jianlin, 62, is the owner of the $44.7billion Dalian Wanda Group, which announced on Friday its $1billion acquisition of Dick Clark Studios
Billionaire: Wang Jianmin, 62, is the owner of the $44.7billion Dalian Wanda Group, which now owns all AMC Theaters in America and Canada, as well as Legendary Pictures film studio
Bought up: Wang bought up AMC in 2012, and since then he's acquired other US cinema chains. But he's most interested in snapping up film studios, to capitalize on China's film boom
Bought up: Wang bought up AMC in 2012, and since then he’s acquired other US cinema chains. But he’s most interested in snapping up film studios, to capitalize on China’s film boom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Source: fortune.com

China Will Block Travel for Those With Bad ‘Social Credit’

Passengers pack the waiting hall at Hongqiao Railway Station, which services terminal 2 at Shanghai's Hongqiao International Airport in 2014.

Chinese authorities will begin revoking the travel privileges of those with low scores on its so-called “social credit system,” which ranks Chinese citizens based on comprehensive monitoring of their behavior. Those who fall afoul of the system could be blocked from rail and air travel for up to a year.

China’s National Development and Reform Commission released announcements on Friday saying that the restrictions could be triggered by a broad range of offenses. According to Reuters, those include acts from spreading false information about terrorism to using expired tickets or smoking on trains.

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The Chinese government publicized its plans to create a social credit system in 2014. There is some evidence that the government’s system is entwined with China’s private credit scoring systems, such as Alibaba’s Zhima Credit, which tracks users of the AliPaysmartphone payment system. It evaluates not only individuals’ financial history (which has proven problematic enough in the U.S.), but consumption patterns, education, and even social connections. [btnsx id=”5955″]

 

 

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