If there were a Pakistan Futures Market, I’d have to bet that within 10 years, Pakistan will be like a hornets nest that was just whacked with a stick. Why? Because the globalists are in Pakistan and they will be implementing their one-size fits all CCCCC – Communist Chinese Cookie-Cutter Corridor. The design and elements of the Trans-Paki Corridor is exactly like the Trans-Texas Corridor, the NAFTA Corridor, and the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor in Canada.
On December 8, 2015, Jalil Abbas Jilani, Pakistan’s Ambassador to the U.S. spoke to the World Affairs Council concerning Pakistan’s new economic development program with their partners, the Communist Chinese. The name of the partnership program is “Peace Through Economic Development”.
The above image came from an article titled, China Pakistan Economic Corridor: Gwadar Port. The following are a few excerpts from the article with emphasis added:
Even the propaganda is cookie cutter – More jobs, good for the local economies, everyone can benefit. The only thing missing in this article is the “more education will protect domestic labor” – but that packaged pap is in some of the other articles about the Corridor plan.
According to an article in the UK Daily Times, the United States will be jumping into the act with a Knowledge Corridor. A knowledge corridor is the Information Technology infrastructure – fiber optic cable for telecommunications, software and systems.
That’s nice… but what does it do for American students who need or want Phds? American students are being priced out of our own schools and deprived of career paths in science and technology fields as a result. The last line of the article is especially amusing – as if the idea came from the Pakistanis. It just so happens that I wrote about the Knowledge-Trade Initiative with India years ago because our country was being flooded with Indian IT people taking jobs from American citizens on our own soil. It should actually be called the CIA Corridor:
They are using our tax-exempt schools and displacing American youth with foreign students with a significant majority of those students staying here in the U.S. to work on H-1B visas if the pattern of economic treason is followed – which I know it will be.
So… tell me again about the federal budget deficit Mr. Congressman.
Oh yes, and India is building a Knowledge Corridor too so perhaps there is hope for American students. They can go to India for an education and a job since India now has “shortages”.
Strategically Significant Port
The strategic significance of the Gwadar Port with the Corridor project is obvious on the map below. The Corridor provides port access to the landlocked countries of Asia.
Foreign Direct Investment
The big plans to make Pakistan the regional hub of economic activity will require big money. To get the money for it, Pakistan will be establishing Special Economic Zones (free trade zones) and they will be looking for Foreign Direct Investment money.
China’s Special Economic Zone in Pakistan isn’t that clever? “The Chinese state company will be in full charge of the Gwadar zone.”
What that will mean to the Pakistani people is that the best of their country will be put up on the world auction block for sale. The zones will give tax breaks and special treatment to global multinational firms to attract them to the location leaving the Pakistani people to pay for it with their tax dollars but deriving little benefit from it because foreign workers are brought into work inside the zones. It’s the Communist Chinese Cookie Cutter Corridor Conquer Plan (CCCCCCP). When I realized what they were doing when I studied the structure in Meridian, Idaho, I did this diagram because this regional hub strategy becomes an economic chokehold on a country and because of the FDI, it’s foreign owned – creating what I called a criss-cross, double cross because the same strategy for financing and “security” is being implemented in all countries under the heading of “port security”.
The arrows outward on the diagram are the command and control systems for the critical infrastructure. It’s an exceedingly clever little plan they put together.
And it’s the same plan the world over making this a cookie cutter plan for a cookie cutter world.