posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 04:23 PM
China has always donated millions to anti gun lobbying in the US. I have been paranoid about this since HS.
I never thought we would invite them. It makes sense though.
During the American revolution Hessians were used as mercenaries to carry out more brutal attacks since it was like a civil war. English against
English. They had a little bit of hesitation when it came to breaking the enemy. The Hessians were told that the rebels scalped their enemies and were
savage. That the rebels would kill them horribly and that they were better off crushing them without mercy.
I was thinking Russians too. But I think they will be busy sooner in the ME as it looks like they will be a late player. I can see them rushing into
Afghanistan and holding it like they always wanted to. They are empire hungry. China is not IMO.
I could see Russia getting land with resources out of the deal and the Chinese a more abstract reward like global trade regulation and distribution.
They can already mass produce for the world just about everything we need.
I am not sure what exactly they have in mind for the USA beyond emptying it. The "smart" development in agenda 21 and all of its other local forms of
code regulation label just about everything as "unsustainable". That means it has to go all together. The areas they have planned to make un-zonable
for ANYTHING are about 50% of the entire continental US.
I am guessing we become the bread basket for the world. An agricultural powerhouse of sorts. The population that is currently in those areas will be
forced out by deception of a natural threat, or freaking aliens. It really doesn't matter. I wonder what parts of the world the UN chose as ok to
I am guessing that killing them is a waste. There will be allot of manufacturing going on in the years after consolidation. Whether it is for war
against remaining loyalist forces, or for reconstruction under the new model, they will need a large and disposable labor force after it is
just crazy. On the bright side, the more complicated a plan the more Murphy lays down the law.
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