So... does anybody here remember stories about China's 'ghost cities'?
Well, here's a refresher:
Thames town Thames Town in Songjiang was constructed in 2005 for 5 billion Yuan. Like many towns in China Thames Town was built with a European
theme, in this case British. The center features many storefronts sometimes keeping the same name as the English store it was copied from. The stores
however remain empty, as the surrounding Villa compounds remain largely unoccupied. Instead Thames Town has become one of China's most desirable
backdrops for wedding photography.
South China Mall The New South China Mall is the largest mall in the world according to area. However it remains 99% vacant since 2005, housing only
a handful of shops.
Just what do these cities look like?
Now lets do some critical thinking....
If you invest in such an infrastructure, and it becomes apparent that your economy will not support them. They just sit there and crumble under their
own weight, as there is no one there to maintain them.
What is the most logical solution?
Introduce a population, that already has an established economy, and they will inhabit these cities...
But now the question becomes, where do you get this population, and economy from? It's not like you can just go kidnap all of Japan and steal their
economy and introduce it into your own.
Speaking at a public hearing of the Budgetary Committee of the House of Councilors on March 22, 2012, Murata warned that “if the crippled building
of reactor unit 4 – with 1,535 fuel rods in the spent fuel pool 100 feet (30 meters) above the ground – collapses, not only will it cause a
shutdown of all six reactors but will also affect the common spent fuel pool containing 6,375 fuel rods, located some 50 meters from reactor 4,”
A report released in February by the Independent Investigation Commission on the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident stated that the storage pool of
the plant’s No. 4 reactor has clearly been shown to be “the weakest link” in the parallel, chain-reaction crises of the nuclear disaster. The
worse-case scenario drawn up by the government includes not only the collapse of the No. 4 reactor pool, but the disintegration of spent fuel rods
from all the plant’s other reactors. If this were to happen, residents in the Tokyo metropolitan area would be forced to evacuate.
Hmmm.... 'Tokyo metropolitan area would be forced to evacuate'..
Where would they go? What, logistically speaking, would be the best solution....
Well, it would seem to me, that China is perfect for this... now think, would China have any foreign relations leverage over the US and the world if
it were to house the Japan economy?
Another very conspiratorial question.... could China somehow have anything to do with the execution of what transpired directly after the Fukushima
This is China's ONLY WAY OUT, this is the perfect storm that China needed.... Another conspiratorial question...
Could China have had anything to do with the disaster in the first place? I'm not even going to go close to suggesting that this is the case, but
many already suggest that HAARP was responsible, so why not China?
It shouldn't seem this cut and dry as to predicting what may transpire... but this is a VERY REAL possibility!
What does ATS think?