Question: What will it take for China to become free?
Answer from the Ascended Master Saint Germain through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2021 Webinar – Ending the Era of Ideology
Well, I will comment on the question. But I will start by saying that this is the kind of question that is so broad, that it is difficult to give a meaningful answer because there are so many facets that need to be addressed here. What exactly does it mean for China to become free? What is a free nation really, when it comes right down to it? You could say that, what does it take for China to become free of communism, but that obviously will take the fall of communism.
What we can say here is this, that the first step towards a more free China, is that the realization that has already started growing among many people, especially younger people, needs to be accelerated. And that realization is that communism has outlived its purpose. Whatever people in China think about communism, and many think it was a necessary phase for China, there can be this spreading realization that it is no longer necessary for China to be communist. In fact, it is hypocritical, self-contradictory, non-sustainable for China to uphold a communist ideology, while in reality having a capitalist economy.
It is not sustainable. One or the other has to win in the long run, or there has to be a different form of economy than a strictly capitalist economy. But China is right now being pulled in two directions by the ideology, and by the money-making machine that has grown to such proposals in China, that it is almost strong enough to overpower ideology.
So you have these two beasts that are fighting for domination in China. And the solution is not that China gives up communism becomes entirely capitalist, that would just propel it from one kind of unfreedom to another kind of unfreedom. The solution really is that China transcends both communism and capitalism and finds a different approach to the economy and to society.
Now, this, of course, will require that the current leader of China will be out of power, whether he goes out of embodiment or is dethroned by the Communist Party. It will also require many of the old guard in the Communist Party to either die or be removed from their positions and replaced by younger people who have a more flexible, more open-minded attitude.
What this will require is a gradual raising of the collective consciousness. And this, of course, is something that is happening fairly slowly in China, partly because of the size of the country. Partly because of the unwillingness among many Chinese people to make their own decisions, take responsibility for themselves, and partly because, of the tremendous resistance from the party apparatus from the demons and collective beasts behind them and from the fallen beings, who are still trying to maintain China as a communist nation in order to uphold some remnants of the capitalist communist tension.
So many, many factors will play into this. If you are concerned about this, you can certainly give invocations and decrees for this. But it will take a long time for a small group of people to have an impact on China. There is a process for raising the collective consciousness, it is being raised—the consciousness of China is being pulled up by other nations, but it is difficult to predict exactly when this will break through.
The question right now is whether the current leader will have to die a so-called natural death or whether he will be removed by more progressive forces because he has created not so much a personality cult, but a very strong personal power apparatus around himself. And that is not going to allow any changes, because they would be seen as threatening his power.
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