Mysterious plans to build upstate NY ‘China City of America’
How stupid is the U.S. government? We're about to find out, courtesy of the "China City" project:
A Long Island businesswoman wants to build a massive “Chinese Disneyland” in the Catskills — which would include an amusement park, huge mansions and a “Forbidden City” laid out according to the principles of Feng Shui. The China City of America scheme could bring thousands of wealthy Chinese immigrants to the tiny Sullivan County town of Thompson, under a federal program that lets foreigners get visas by investing $500,000 in the US. ... The designs for China City include a college, 1,000 residences, a Chinese-themed retail center and possibly a casino. China City’s web site features golden dragons, and projects an initial investment of $325 million — with $10 million going to a “Temple of Heaven,” $24 million on a hotel and entertainment complex and $20 million to construct a “Forbidden City.” It also projects a $65 million infusion from the U.S. government – without naming what agency would make the contribution.I'm speechless. The timing is bizarre. Obama has announced his new scheme for global domination he calls his "Pivot to Asia" strategy, which includes a new military base in Australia. A permanent U.S. base in Afghanistan would give the D.C. Empire a garrison that could threaten both Iran and China. And lately, the U.S. and its Asian puppets have been playing chicken with the Chinese over the East China Sea. So it's the perfect time to set up a Chinese colony here! Can you say "Trojan Horse?" That part about a $65 million taxpayer subsidy for this insane scheme is the real kicker. I wonder if we can borrow that from the Chinese so we can finance their colony? I'll end with these comments from U.S. citizens whose brains have been fried by diversity propaganda:
"Families who invest in EB-5 program are normally influential and wealthy families from China. A lot of them are successful business owners or enterprisers. Most of those investors are highly educated and skilled in different fields," wrote one poster. "I believe this is a big projects that can creates thousands of job opportunities," wrote another. "Such a precious opportunity to learn more about Chinese culture and beauty.""Precious opportunity." Yes. I suspect we're going to be learning a lot about Chinese culture in the days ahead.