I voted for Donald Trump but have been ambivalent about him since he appointed Chairman Chao to be the Secretary of Transportation.
“Be extremely subtle, even to the point of formlessness. Be extremely mysterious, even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent’s fate.” ~ Sun Tzu
This Reuter’s article just tipped the balance. I can no longer support Donald Trump and his administration as long Chairman Chao is in his Administration. As you are reading this (I hope you do), remember that she’s married to Mitch McConnell, a swamp creature in the senate.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration told state and local officials on Wednesday that it will use its infrastructure plan to create incentives for the private sector to finance or take over public entities like bridges, tunnels and highways.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and White House budget director Mick Mulvaney told about 150 transportation officials at the White House the administration wants the private sector to play a bigger role in managing and financing public infrastructure.
Mulvaney said the administration wants to give states and cities “incentives to move stuff you might own off of your books and into the private sector.”
In all of my years of research, I’ve spent more time on our transportation systems than any other single subject. I found that the concept of the police state surveillance and control systems originated in Germany and became a European Union project (EUREKA) being carried out by a consortium of companies – in conjunction with projects on robotics being carried out in Japan. It was brought to the United States in 1990 when the “new” U.S. Transportation System was announced by George H.W. Bush and Samuel Skinner, then U.S. Secretary of Transportation.
I’m not going to repeat the whole story here. I’ll give you the links so that you can read about the Transportation System later. For now, I just want to remind you that our tax dollars built the highway system and the only reason they are saying that it must be privatized is because of the cost. The BIG LIE is that it isn’t the cost of the highways and bridges…. it’s the cost of the police state technology systems that can’t be afforded which is why they are seeking private investment – and specifically FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT from COMMUNIST CHINA. Why do I say that? Hutchison-Whampoa port systems. Hutchison Whampoa is a front for the COMMUNIST CHINESE MILITARY. Research: Hutchison-Whampoa, Hutchison Port Holdings, Global Crossing, Li-Ka Shing.
The idea is to control movement. If all of our highway infrastructure is privately owned, the cost of travelling will keep you in place. If you do manage to be able to travel, the police state surveillance technology will record every move you make. That’s not freedom. That’s tyranny.
I found three articles that I missed when I was putting the articles together on Elaine Chao.
January 11, 2001 – U.S. Department of Justice: LippoBank, James Riady, John Huang – Violating Federal Election law
Debbie Niwa’s Research on the NAFTA Superhighway