On May 18, 2018, the 38th anniversary of the Mount St. Helens volcanic eruption, there was a volcanic truth eruption in The Salt Lake Tribune in an article written by Taylor W. Anderson. Thank you Taylor!
Excerpts from the article:
Just days before a planned special session to fix Utah’s controversial inland port bill, negotiations broke down between governor and Salt Lake mayor
Salt Lake City isn’t done pushing for changes to a new law that will create an inland port authority in charge of thousands of acres in the city’s undeveloped northwest area. But the governor appears to be, at least for now.
David Litvack, Biskupski’s deputy chief of staff and her lead staffer on the inland port negotiations, said the new law takes final land-use control away from the city and leaves it up to an appeal panel created by the port authority whose ultimate goal is economic development.
House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, said the disagreement comes down to the city’s desire to control development of the port, which will be an international trading hub.
“The bill that we had prepared potentially for a special session did address those issues,” Hughes said. “But it ultimately did not lay at the city’s feet all control of the inland port.”
“If we want to connect Utah with the global supply chain … it’s not a city function,” Hughes said. “It’s not.”
Meanwhile, City Council Chairwoman Erin Mendenhall said she’s worked with Stevenson on similar changes. The council appears to share the same concerns as the mayor, and Mendenhall said if these weren’t addressed it would put the port at risk of a lawsuit — say from one of the taxing entities affected (including the city) or an environmental group — challenging the constitutionality of the new entity, its power and its boundaries.
The Port Authority is a public private partnership of local officials and the largest businesses in the area. The power is in the hands of the private businesses with the local officials being merely well-compensated impotent puppets. From outward appearances, nothing has changed – but in fact, our form of government is changed. An analogy for the inland port system is that it is a parasite that siphons off all nutrients from the body and the body – which is elected representative government dies.
The Port Authorities as international territories embedded within our states import foreign workers to replace American workers. They become sanctuary cities to protect the imported foreigners. The local officials are in control of the local police so they control the “rules of engagement” with citizens and imported economic jihadis (not necessarily islamic – rather all types – because IT’S A WAR ON US AND IT’S BEING FOUGHT ON DOMESTIC SOIL AND YOUR HANDS ARE TIED.
In 1999, a book called Unrestricted Warfare was written by two Chinese military strategists. In 2002, Newsmax published a book about China’s Unrestricted Warfare strategy taken from the Chinese military book. The title of the book published by Newsmax is: Unrestricted Warfare: China’s Master Plan to Destroy America. Be sure to read the description of the book because it has excerpts. [Newsmax did the most extensive coverage of the movement of the Chinese into the US in its coverage about Global Crossing, the bankruptcy and the purchase of GC assets by the Communist Chinese.]
The inland port system with Port Authorities comprised of public officials and private business is the means by which unrestricted warfare is being waged. Corporations provide funding for non-profits who proselytize and lobby for social programs and legislation to break down American tradition, values and laws. Most Americans are not even aware of them or this strategy of war. They are only aware of the break down of the society and the cultural norms and values. Public officials just kowtow and take the money.
Fascism in Twin Falls, Idaho
Recently, there was an article in the Twin Falls toilet paper (owned by a holding company financed by Warren Buffet through Berkshire Hathaway – reported by Lee Stranahan, Breitbart in 2016) describing a meeting of a new economic club in Twin Falls. The subject – not surprisingly – was about “shortage of workers” for the dairy industry. The dairies are the pull for foreign workers who become the occupiers once there is enough of them to be statistically significant. To be succinct, the dairies are weapons in this unrestricted war on rural America. They become important because the Port District in Twin Falls began as an urban renewal zone that no doubt was turned into a Port Authority. The most significant piece of information in the article was this:
Do go visit the Alturas Institute website. You’ll see they are all about the constitution, civic engagement and they are even sponsoring an event Conversations with Exceptional Women (Barbies). This has to be the biggest joke on conservative Americans in the history of the world. They are fed the rah rah, flag waving American patriotism while they help implement the communist chinese system of state capitalism (fascism) and the foreign occupation of our country through the international inland port system.
You just can’t make this stuff up. There are too many twists and turns in the plot line for the average person to follow. It’s brilliant – and America is probably going to go down because of it.