Question: Should Kazakhstan and/or the other Central Asian countries worry about the expansion of China to Kazakhstan and to these countries?
Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given at a conference in Kazakhstan in 2018
China is at present an unpredictable country because of the mass consciousness – the collective consciousness of the Chinese people being at a point where they find it difficult to decide which way they really want to go. You see the latest developments with the President taking on more powers than any President since Mao Tse Tung. This is a troubling sign in the sense that it makes the situation less predictable. There is a reason for all neighbouring countries to be mindful of what is happening in China. I am not necessarily saying you should worry about this.
In Kazakhstan you have more of a traditional alliance with Russia that would discourage China from expanding into Kazakhstan. It is something to make the calls on if you feel moved to do so from within. Certainly it is not so that we are foreseeing any imminent danger of a Chinese invasion because this would actually be too detrimental to China’s long term strategy of expanding their influence in the world through economic factors.
I am simply pointing out that the more a country has a centralized leadership structure where decisions are made by one person it becomes more difficult to predict what that person is going to choose to do if a crisis situation occurs where the person suddenly feels that his position or the long term strategy of the country is threatened.
Copyright © 2018 Kim Michaels