As most aware people already know, England often provides us with a forward-looking view of where our police state surveillance grid will be in three or four years.

 

The US has a matter canary in the mine from which to predict its future and it has to do with how China are implementing Agenda 21. China has long led the world in repressive and inhuman enforcement of its one child policies, mandatory sterilization and forced abortions.

 

We also know that China permits corporate slave labor (e.g. Walmart) within its boundaries by globalist corporations. China is indeed a model for the implementation of Agenda 21 and this implementation phase is taking a new and dramatic twist.

 

We in the US, should watch this Agenda 21 canary in the mine because it represents our future.

 

 

 

 

Agenda 21 Comes to China In Stealth

 

Agenda 21 is being implemented in China at breakneck speed and the latest phase  and is coming in under stealth and deception.

 

 

 

 

The Chinese government is in the process of relocating 250,000 people per week from rural farmlands to densely populated urban areas into what has been dubbed as the Chinese ghost towns.

 

Many of us have heard about these Chinese ghost cities. However, until this year we didn’t really know the true purpose of why these ghost cities were being built.

 

However, the veil is being lifted and now it is becoming very obvious as to what the Chinese are up to.

China Is Now an Urban Country

 

China’s urban population has passed the 50% mark, according to China’s Bureau of Statistics.

 

America reached this milestone in 1920, almost a full century before the Chinese and our urbanization was fueled by the demand for cheap labor to fill the new factory jobs.

 

The Communist Chinese regime touts urbanization as the engine behind China’s future economic development. The Chinese propagandists are telling the masses that they must accept relocation from rural to urban because it will fuel the Chinese economy of the future.

 

And what the Chinese propagandists are telling the people is a lie and as with many things in politics, there is the reason and there is the real reason.

Lies and Damn Lies

 

Although the Chinese government and a select few globalist corporations claim that the Chinese urban population migration is fueled by the need for workers, other Chinese experts tell a different story.

 

In a Nov. 23, 2011 report, the Beijing Times, one of the most liberal of the Chinese newspapers, quoted  the deputy inspector at China’s National Land Bureau, Gan Zangchun, said that the government land acquisition has created “fake urbanization.”

 

In other words, the Chinese urbanization, based upon economic reasons, is a fraud.

 

Then why is there an urgency on the part of the Chinese government to move its population to urban areas at such a rapid pace and with such inhumanity?

The Real Reasons

 

For the past few years, people in the West were baffled as to why the Chinese were building massive ghost cities that can house over 1 million people each and yet, these ghost cities were dormant until just recently.

 

The Chinese have over 65 million micro-apartments which lies vacant in these ghost cities.

 

The urbanization of America took place in proportion to the number of factory jobs which were available well into the industrial period of our history. The American factory jobs enticed future workers to leave the farm and relocate to cities.

 

However, China is taking a “build it and they will come” approach. In other words, the more naive among us are supposed to believe that if the people move into the cities, factory jobs will follow.

 

Stalin tried it as did Pol Pot, and it did not work and what we are really looking at here is a cover story.

 

More Chinese Experts Debunk the State Propaganda

 

Chinese political refugee and Princeton University professor, Cheng Xiaonong, stated in that in lots of places in China, farmers are being forcibly relocated at gun point and forced to relocate to urban areas.

 

Cheng said,

“[Party chief] Bo Xilai has been promoting a policy of moving farmers into towns, building apartments and moving forcibly relocated farmers into these stack and pack apartments and treating this as urbanization.”

Cheng said urbanization isn’t about calculating how many farmers are relocated into cities, but about farmers being able to move into the city and gaining some measure of sustainable employment and adequate living conditions.

 

These relocated farmers, without the prospect of jobs is a recipe for economic and social disaster. Soon, there will be tens of millions of Chinese totally dependent on government handouts to survive. This is the power that governments strive to obtain because it gives them total control.

 

This Chinese scene is reminiscent of the Agenda 21 inspired movie, Hunger Games.

 

Cheng makes the same observations as many other Chinese experts as he added that,

“urbanization is generally accompanied by economic growth as was the case in the US. In other countries, urbanization happens naturally, but in mainland China, urbanization is the result of the Chinese regime forcefully pushing farmers off of their land.”

Since the Chinese are not industrialized to the point which would justify the mass movement of 1 million people per month into its ghost towns, any reasonable person would be asking the question, why?

Who Is Behind Chinese Urbanization?

 

The Chinese government have held many conferences in which they have received consultation from some very disturbing sources, known to most of us as the global elite.

 

Who could forget Hank Paulson, the former Secretary of the Treasury and the former CEO of Goldman Sachs? Paulson is championing the strategy of forced relocation.

 

In relation to Paulson’s observation and encouragement of Chinese urbanization he states,

“The country’s economy is heading in the right direction. This is more important than achieving short-term growth.”

Paulson went on to say that the economic growth in China has made urbanization a necessary and proper development. Are you kidding me? We have heard from Chinese experts, both inside and outside the country, who claim that economics is not fueling urban growth.

 

Chinese urban growth is being fueled by bayonets and bullets. Hank Paulson is such a gem…

 

 

Hank Paulson

 

 

I’m sure you remember Mr. too-big-to-failHank Paulson, when he told Congress that if we, the American taxpayer, did not bail out Wall Street, there would be an economic collapse and we would have martial law and the rest as they say, is history.

 

And bailout after bailout has come and gone and the net effect is that the American economy is in a tailspin. And the Chinese are taking advice from him? That’s like taking advice from Dr. Kevorkian on how to preserve life.

 

Another key globalist, Dominic Barton, the global managing director of McKinsey & CO, and he too sounds like a Paulson clone as recently stated,

“The good news is that there is an underlying force of growth and that’s urbanization. What we’re basically seeing is more we than 250,000 people moving from rural areas to cities every week.”

Maurice Strong and George Soros are also players in this mass migration movement.

 

If job demand is not fueling urbanization, then what is?

Getting Down to the Truth

 

It would seem that key globalists are trying to disguise the real reasons on why the Chinese government is forcibly relocating one million farmers per month to their ghost cities.

 

Ask yourself America, where have we seen the philosophical belief that rural areas should be uninhabited and the population should be herded into densely populated stack and pack cities?

 

Make no mistake about it, the Chinese with the backing of globalist corporations like Goldman Sachs, are engaged in full-blown Agenda 21 relocation of its civilian population from rural areas to the stack and pack of their mega-cities. From the outside looking in, it looks like a beta test.

 

And there is sufficient evidence to suggest that the same is preparing to happen in the United States.

The Chinese Are Behind a Barrel and They Have Pointed That Barrel On Their People

 

Why would the Japanese be taking marching orders from Paulson, Strong, Soros and company?

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“They are building stuff that nobody really wants or needs… and there will be a day of reckoning” sums up yet another mega ghost city project under development in China. As NBC News reports, China’s $50-billion knock-off of the Big Apple – near the port city of Tianjin, some 120 miles from Beijing – complete with its own Rockefeller Center and Twin Towers has been billed as the world’s largest financial center in the making. But this Manhattan still has a long way to go…

Ian Williams explains nothing has improved in China since we last highlighted the ghost city phenomenon

As NBC News reports,

China’s $50-billion knock-off of the Big Apple sits on a river bend — much like its namesake — near the port city of Tianjin, some 120 miles from Beijing. Complete with its own Rockefeller Center and Twin Towers, it’s been billed as the world’s largest financial center in the making. But this Manhattan still has a long way to go.

A recent visit shows that construction that began in 2008 on the back of a massive credit boom unleashed in China after the global financial crisis appears to have ground to a halt. While the stunted version of “Rockefeller Center” and its Twin Towers appeared to be complete — both were empty and fenced off.

“It’s the financial crisis. The impact is big,” said one man on the site who preferred not to be identified but said he worked for a transportation company. “I think there are still working on a building over there,” he added, pointing down a wide and empty highway, strewn with litter.

It was scheduled for completion in 2019, offering 164 million square feet of office space over an area larger than Manhattan’s financial district in a bid to stimulate development of vast residential districts nearby.

“They are building stuff that nobody really wants or needs — and there will come a day of reckoning,” explained Gillem Tulloch, a Hong Kong-based analyst and managing director of GMT Research who has studied the growth of China’s “ghost cities” across the country.

“Our leading economists in the West were lauding the Soviet-style system from the 1950s up until the 1980s,” he said. “They were all wrong. I think it’s the same with China.”

some swearing

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