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    Kristin

    So- this US/COMMUNIST China trade (more than just trade of goods apparently) was planned a looong time ago. Without it, we would no Amazon.com, correct? Vicky I’m curious as to your thoughts on the near future in regard to US and China.

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    Vicky Davis

    I’m worried about our country because despite what Trump and the media says, it’s not possible to shift production from one country to another over night. When these big companies moved to China, they dumped their American expertise. You don’t snap your fingers and find people who know how to set up a manufacturing line, maintain that line and reset your distribution warehouses and locations.

    China and the U.S. are in a deadly embrace. That worries me.

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      Kristin

      Vicky I just read this tonight: “Throughout all of these purchases and acquisitions, Renzi’s government afforded the Chinese unrestricted and unfettered access to Italy and its financial markets, many coming through without customs inspections.” https://traditioninaction.org/HotTopics/i99ht_137_Ita.html “Italy’s Communist Recipe for Disaster
      Giacomino Nicolazzo” This is a piece on how Italy is in bed with the Communist Chinese. I had no idea. Italy totally sold out to them. This made my blood boil to boot: “If you remember the horrible earthquake that decimated the villages around Amatricia in the mountains east of Rome in 2015, you would also remember how the world responded by sending millions of dollars to help those affected.

      But there is a law in Italy that prevents private donations to charitable Italian organizations. All money and donations received must be turned over to a government agency, who in turn is to appropriate the funds as needed. But that agency is corrupt just as are all the others.

      Most of the money never reached a single victim in the mountains. The Renzi government redirected the vast majority of those funds to pay for the growing immigrant and refugee costs.” I hope you read it. I think people are starting to wake up about the Communist Chinese. This guy’s writing sounds a lot like yours.

      best wishes- and yes, I agree that we can’t change a country overnight (unless it is for the worse!) those experts, wiz guys who knew how to build and make things, they’re all dead. In the mid-1980s I rented a house in So. Calif. from an older man who built that house from the ground up, it was a gorgeous place. How many men build their own houses today? I mean, really build them, not put together a kit.

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        Vicky Davis

        Thank you Kristin, I will definitely read it. While I’m doing that, watch this video and put what this social engineer, John Martin says in the context of all that I’ve written about the technocratic tyranny. He’s giving a case study overview as to the tactics with the strategy being to gain control of the critical infrastructure. It’s formula – agitation and rise of the minority, the opening for infrastructure (water systems – environmental health) leading to the implementation of the technocratic tyranny via the infrastructure. It’s a termite strategy.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ19akZwtbk

        Then listen to this one –

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVIptpWWT68

        Happy Easter!

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        Vicky Davis

        That is a very interesting story. It must be the pattern globally because they were very close to doing that here in Idaho but we shined a big spotlight on it (articles and radio programs) so they didn’t get the chance to complete the swarming. And then we were slammed with middle eastern refugees just like the guy said about Italy. In fact, we know that now Minnesota has been flooded with Somalies. I have a story about Minnesota when it was the Chinese who were there.

        I don’t know how many of the links still work, but it was this story about the zone and the cement companies that were the reason I started researching what they were doing in Boise, Idaho. I was just looking through the list of legislation that was being considered by the Idaho Legislature and I saw one on something called an “Intermodal Commerce Zone”. I wondered what the heck that was about. So I researched it. And I don’t remember whether it was before or after, that I remembered the Minnesota JobZ zone. Anyway, it doesn’t matter much, I connected them as a pattern.

        http://www.channelingreality.com/News/Intermodal_Commerce_Zones.htm

        http://www.channelingreality.com/nau/idaho_Intermodal_Commerce_Zones.htm

        http://www.channelingreality.com/Documents/MN_China_Partnership_ExecutiveSummary.pdf

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      Vicky Davis

      I took a look at it and I think this is the place to start unraveling it:

      https://uas.govt.agency/

      “Utilizing a new model of Sovereign Special Economic Zones, the UAS establishes permanent states that act as a beacon of opportunity and prosperity in regions suffering from economic hardship and instability, providing well paying jobs to day laborers in partnering countries, pouring money into the local economy and opening up resources and infrastructure that would otherwise be impossible to obtain.”

      You could call it an autonomous zone as the people in Seattle tried to establish but Special Economic Zone or Special Administrative Zone is more accurate. Probably under the national law of where it is located, it would be considered a Charter City under the global system of commerce. When I was researching them – trying to figure out what was being constructed, I settled on calling it an inland port (port jurisdiction) because that’s how it was set up in Idaho. These SEZ’s are always set up at key transportation hub locations because the idea is for them to be economic chokepoints for the global system.

      Notice that the website is professionally designed using the White House website as a loose model. I looked up Apollo Fintech. All of the references in the search were to marketing websites. Notice the story is on PRNEWSWIRE. The PR should stand for propaganda if it doesn’t. The businesses mentioned and the stories produced by them should be considered highly suspect for being BS.

      Farther down on the page link above is this statement:

      Each sovereign special economic zone will be a permanent state providing energy, infrastructure, food, jobs and critical resources to its partner nation. This is accomplished by the signing of an energy treaty between the UAS and a partnering nation.

      That’s the boilerplate organization. If you do research on transportation hub zones across our country, you’ll find the same pattern. The energy always seems to be renewable energy of some type. The jobs are tech jobs – information systems and scada systems (interface between software and mechanical equipment).

      The partnering system is what I called the “criss-cross, double cross”. The teams in the respective countries trade places. I don’t know who manages which systems. Nor do I know where the systems are located. Each location is a node on the global network of economic chokepoints.

      I looked at Apollo Fintech. It looks like a shell company to me. My guess would be that the people hired for those jobs would be the social engineers that put on a show of successful young entrepreneurs and tech people. From what I’ve observed, they all put on a really good performance like advance people for a circus. (Research Richard Florida).

      The global system of special economic zones is like the globalization of the China/Hong Kong system of one country, two systems. The zone is parasitic on the country in which it’s located. The zone becomes essentially a country within a country under it’s own laws as if it were an independent nation-state (city-state).

      That should give you a good starting place for understanding what they are trying to establish in South Africa.

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