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China Wants it ...China Gets ... nations citizens have no say.

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posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 11:03 PM
Just an example of the fast paced sell out of a soverign nation by the elite of Australia who are perhaps enjoying great financial reward for aiding the Chinese dictators in their quest for regional and indeed world domination.

Already China has bought out swathes of suburban residential property in major Australian cities, they have bought out vast chunks of farmland and mining property.

Now their intentions become as clear as the aim of a game of chess, they intend to win over the impediments that stem the Chinese billions from spreading over the entire globe in food supply and mineral supply.

Africa, Australia ,USA, ect have sold very significant amounts of land, mining reserves and actual mines, water reserves , residential and commercial property to a regime that shoots people for speaking out against tyranny.

So what is the future for these nations?

George Orwell said it best paraphrase him ...imagine a Jackboot grinding your face into the dust forever...that is our future and our childrens, why...because traitors who once told you to fight against tyranny have been bought by money to tell you to embrace it.

posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 11:11 PM
Australia is too busy playing "Lap Dog" to America's bogus "War on Terror" to see what is going on at Home.

In the driest continent on Earth, the buying up of water reserves is very disturbing.

I saw a Doco, (Water Wars?) where Coca Cola brought up the water reserves in 3rd World Countries, and raised the water prices so high that it is cheaper to buy this sugary filth, than a bottle of Water.

Just like in America, we only have the illusion of choice. Both Gillard and Abbott are puppets.

edit on 2-8-2012 by Pedro4077 because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 11:47 PM
i saw a thread that in some parts of america its illegal to collect rain water.

maybe you'd welcome your chinese overlords.


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