This is what Owen Benjamin had to say about panda bears:
- “Jesuits discovered them” (by Jesuit he means Jew).
- “Men in suits…people wanting to profit.”
- “They were brought to America in 1947 after the creation of Israel.“
- “They are not in Chinese literature not in Chinese art…”
- “They have no ability to defend themselves..”
@bearlogical1 Pandas likely originally came from the “Golden Moon Bear” — then were selectively bred to look like what they do now, no different than how the Shih Tzu was created. #unbearablesmedia#unauthorizedtv#owenbenjamin#pandasarentreal#andreasxirtus♬ original sound – Bearlogical1
Do pandas exist in Chinese literature? Yes.
“It is written in the Annals, Biographies of Five Emperors, that 4000 years ago, Emperor Huang used to have pandas (pixiu – ancient name for the Giant Panda) for the purpose of fighting.
Shang Shu (A High Official in Ancient China) and the Book of Poetry compiled in the early years of West Zhou Dynasty also recorded that the skin of the Pixiu was a tallage of rarity for the emperor. Giant Pandas were considered an animal that was brave and mighty as tigers and leopards; for that reason, ancient warriors were compared to Giant Pandas, whose name Pixiu was used to symbolize victory in all wars.
In the Book of Mountains and Seas, a classic of the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Period (2700 years ago), the Giant Panda is described as:
with white and black fur, it looks like bear; and found in Yandao County of Qionglai Mountainhttps://www.earthstoriez.com/china-panda-history-mythology/
Do pandas have the ability to defend themselves? Yes.
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