China’s Silent Infiltration of the U.S.
Every year, hundreds of billions of dollars leave the rapidly depleting coffers of the United States and go to China. This huge transfer of wealth has resulted in dramatic effects for both countries. For China, it has brought about an economic boom. For the United States, an economic decline. Chinese loans to the U.S. government, to the tune of over $1 trillion, have made a large contribution to this result. Effectively, this has silently granted the Chinese government an alarming amount of leverage over our economy.
In addition, China has started to buy up businesses, real estate and natural resources all over the United States. One has to wonder if China’s end goal is to infiltrate the U.S.
Just how are the Chinese infiltrating the U.S.? Simple. The Chinese Central Bank currently has a plan in the works to set up “development zones” on U.S. soil. This would allow Chinese businesses to set up shop in America and bring their own citizens to the U.S. to work. This would be possible by converting some of the $1.7 trillion the United States owes China into equity.
There are already regions within North America experiencing this “Chinese infiltration.” Richmond, a suburb in Vancouver, Canada, is North America’s most Asian city. Fifty percent of the residents there are Chinese. In Michigan, a group called “Sino-Michigan Properties LLC” has already bought 200 acres of land near the town of Milan to build what they call a “China City.” In Idaho, a Chinese company called “Sinomach” is interested in developing 50 square miles of self-sustaining technology zones south of the Boise airport.
Chinese companies are also looking at land in Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania to set up research and development bases and industrial parks. In addition to buying up American land, Chinese shipping companies have also been purchasing important ports in Long Beach, California and Boston.
Our massive trade deficit and mounting national debt don’t help matters any. According to the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), the U.S. is losing half a million jobs to China annually. So while America’s economy continues to deteriorate, China is getting wealthier and wealthier.
If something is not done soon to take the United States off the path we are on, we will continue to see jobs lost and our debt will soar. Chinese companies will continue to buy up U.S. land until eventually we find ourselves working for the Chinese government, instead of United States businesses.
We cannot fault China for doing what is in their own best interest, but we can and should fault ourselves for not doing what is in our own best interest. Spread the word and contact your Congressmen and women. Demand a change from our leaders to restore America. Send this letter to your Congressional representative and to ten of your friends and ask them to do the same!