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China buying land worldwide.. Can they be trusted?

 
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China buying land worldwide.. Can they be trusted?
We have all probably read about the Chinese government and supposed Chinese investors buying up huge amounts of land worldwide (some of those details are listed below).
One of the reasons they have given for this, is to grow crops to feed their ever growing population.. I'm not buying it..the explanation, and I'm sure their are a lot of other people out there who are observing this with growing scepticism.
I also discovered recently that the Chinese have also bought up a huge amount of land in the seychelles and they intend to relocate forty thousand Chinese citizens to this location in the near future.The reason given? for business and agriculture.
A paranoid person would be forgiven for thinking that allowing the Chinese a foot hold in so many locations around the planet is a bad idea.
Does anyone else feel the same about this,my interest in this was only tweaked when it was made aware to the Irish people that a huge amount of land in central Ireland has been bought by the Chinese for..you guessed it.. business purposes
,full details on this are as yet sketchy.Any views on this subject would be appreciated


Ireland at forefront of Chinese plans to conquer Europe

The Chinese have spotted another buying opportunity: Europe. After snapping up large tracts of Africa to extract oil and minerals, Chinese businesses are taking advantage of cash-strapped eurozone nations to gain a foothold. As soon as next month a group of Chinese manufacturers hope to get the green light to develop a €50m (£40m) plot in Athlone, central Ireland and begin transforming it into what local papers have dubbed Beijing-on-Shannon. Similar plans are under way in Greece, which along with Ireland has been the worst hit by the credit crunch and financial crisis.


China plants bitter seeds in South American farmland

Few were surprised when Venezuela announced a deal with China last week to restore 1.4 million acres of unproductive farmland across the oil-rich but impoverished South American nation.

China increasingly is buying farmland and agricultural companies in South America to feed its ever-growing population, currently estimated to be 1.34 billion.

The most important aspect of China’s agricultural investment in Latin America is that “it is a part of the increasing physical footprint of the People’s Republic of China that is just beginning to occur,” said Evan Ellis, an assistant professor at National Defense University in Washington.

Mr. Ellis said that “with the Chinese becoming mine owners, petroleum-field operators, factory managers and dam builders in Latin America,” China’s farming operations there “will immerse the Chinese, with their very different culture, in one of the most politically charged phenomena in the region – the relationship between the Latin American people and their land.”

[link to www.phantomreport.com]

China land deal causes unease in Argentina

Last year it was confirmed that the company had signed an agreement, with the government of Patagonia’s Río Negro province, which provides the framework for it to acquire up to 320,000 hectares (790,000 acres) of privately owned farmland, along with irrigation rights and a concession on the San Antonio port.

Details of the deal, alleged to have been kept quiet, have been emerging in recent weeks as Chinese technicians have started work.

Beidahuang has also reported a 2008 deal on 200,000 ha in the Philippines, and says it plans to buy palm oil plantations and grain terminals this year as it pursues the Chinese government’s policy of securing food supply lines from abroad.

Beidahuang, based in the north-eastern province of Heilongjiang, is the leading soya producer in China and one of the country’s five largest soya processors. It also raises more than 600,000 cows, 1.3m pigs and more than 6m chickens at any one time.

[link to www.phantomreport.com]

China plants bitter seeds in South American farmland

BUENOS AIRES — Few were surprised when Venezuela announced a deal with China last week to restore 1.4 million acres of unproductive farmland across the oil-rich but impoverished South American nation.

China increasingly is buying farmland and agricultural companies in South America to feed its ever-growing population, currently estimated to be 1.34 billion.

The most important aspect of China’s agricultural investment in Latin America is that “it is a part of the increasing physical footprint of the People’s Republic of China that is just beginning to occur,” said Evan Ellis, an assistant professor at National Defense University in Washington

[link to www.washingtontimes.com]

China's Huang Nubo seeks Iceland land for eco-resort

A Chinese business tycoon is hoping to buy a large area of north-east Iceland to build a luxury hotel and eco-resort.

Huang Nubo is reported to have offered a billion krona (£5.4m: $8.8m) for the 300sq km (155 sq mile) Grimsstadir a Fjollum region.

Critics of the plan fear it could be used by China to gain a strategic foothold in Iceland.

But Icelandic officials have welcomed the purchase and the further 20bn krona Mr Huang says he intends to invest.

Mr Huang is the chairman of the Zhongkun investment group, and is also reported to have worked as a minister in the Chinese Central Propaganda Department and Ministry of Construction.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

Concerns as Chinese company looks to buy land

The WA Farmers Federation has expressed serious concerns about recent interest from China in large swathes of the state's farmland.

A Chinese company has approached a number of farmers offering to buy farms, amounting to 80,000 hectares of land in the Albany port zone.

The federation says a number of farmers in the South West and Great Southern have been approached by a Chinese company interested in buying grain and dairy properties.
Federation president Mike Norton says he is worried China is looking to provide food security for its nation by buying up Australian land.

[link to www.abc.net.au]

The Chinese Government Is Buying Up Economic Assets And Huge Tracts Of Land All Over The United States

In 2011, America is for sale and the communist Chinese are eager buyers. The Chinese government is using sovereign wealth funds and Chinese state-owned enterprises to buy up economic assets and huge tracts of land all over the United States. Many of our politicians hail all of this "foreign investment" as something that is "good for America", while many others see something much more sinister going on here. In any event, this is a trend that is rapidly accelerating and that is causing great concern among patriotic Americans.

In my recent article entitled "China Wants To Construct A 50 Square Mile Self-Sustaining City South Of Boise, Idaho", I examined a potential deal that Sinomach (a company controlled by the Chinese government) wants to do with the government of Idaho. There will be more on this deal in a minute.

But first it is important to note that this is a phenomenon that is happening all across the United States.

For example, a Chinese investment group is buying up a very large chunk of real estate in Toledo, Ohio. The following is a brief excerpt from an article in the Toledo Blade on May 26th, 2011....

[link to endoftheamericandream.com]
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Re: China buying land worldwide.. Can they be trusted?
We have all probably read about the Chinese government and supposed Chinese investors buying up huge amounts of land worldwide (some of those details are listed below).
One of the reasons they have given for this, is to grow crops to feed their ever growing population.. I'm not buying it..the explanation, and I'm sure their are a lot of other people out there who are observing this with growing scepticism.
I also discovered recently that the Chinese have also bought up a huge amount of land in the seychelles and they intend to relocate forty thousand Chinese citizens to this location in the near future.The reason given? for business and agriculture.
A paranoid person would be forgiven for thinking that allowing the Chinese a foot hold in so many locations around the planet is a bad idea.
Does anyone else feel the same about this,my interest in this was only tweaked when it was made aware to the Irish people that a huge amount of land in central Ireland has been bought by the Chinese for..you guessed it.. business purposes
,full details on this are as yet sketchy.Any views on this subject would be appreciated


Ireland at forefront of Chinese plans to conquer Europe

The Chinese have spotted another buying opportunity: Europe. After snapping up large tracts of Africa to extract oil and minerals, Chinese businesses are taking advantage of cash-strapped eurozone nations to gain a foothold. As soon as next month a group of Chinese manufacturers hope to get the green light to develop a €50m (£40m) plot in Athlone, central Ireland and begin transforming it into what local papers have dubbed Beijing-on-Shannon. Similar plans are under way in Greece, which along with Ireland has been the worst hit by the credit crunch and financial crisis.


China plants bitter seeds in South American farmland

Few were surprised when Venezuela announced a deal with China last week to restore 1.4 million acres of unproductive farmland across the oil-rich but impoverished South American nation.

China increasingly is buying farmland and agricultural companies in South America to feed its ever-growing population, currently estimated to be 1.34 billion.

The most important aspect of China’s agricultural investment in Latin America is that “it is a part of the increasing physical footprint of the People’s Republic of China that is just beginning to occur,” said Evan Ellis, an assistant professor at National Defense University in Washington.

Mr. Ellis said that “with the Chinese becoming mine owners, petroleum-field operators, factory managers and dam builders in Latin America,” China’s farming operations there “will immerse the Chinese, with their very different culture, in one of the most politically charged phenomena in the region – the relationship between the Latin American people and their land.”

[link to www.phantomreport.com]

China land deal causes unease in Argentina

Last year it was confirmed that the company had signed an agreement, with the government of Patagonia’s Río Negro province, which provides the framework for it to acquire up to 320,000 hectares (790,000 acres) of privately owned farmland, along with irrigation rights and a concession on the San Antonio port.

Details of the deal, alleged to have been kept quiet, have been emerging in recent weeks as Chinese technicians have started work.

Beidahuang has also reported a 2008 deal on 200,000 ha in the Philippines, and says it plans to buy palm oil plantations and grain terminals this year as it pursues the Chinese government’s policy of securing food supply lines from abroad.

Beidahuang, based in the north-eastern province of Heilongjiang, is the leading soya producer in China and one of the country’s five largest soya processors. It also raises more than 600,000 cows, 1.3m pigs and more than 6m chickens at any one time.

[link to www.phantomreport.com]

China plants bitter seeds in South American farmland

BUENOS AIRES — Few were surprised when Venezuela announced a deal with China last week to restore 1.4 million acres of unproductive farmland across the oil-rich but impoverished South American nation.

China increasingly is buying farmland and agricultural companies in South America to feed its ever-growing population, currently estimated to be 1.34 billion.

The most important aspect of China’s agricultural investment in Latin America is that “it is a part of the increasing physical footprint of the People’s Republic of China that is just beginning to occur,” said Evan Ellis, an assistant professor at National Defense University in Washington

[link to www.washingtontimes.com]

China's Huang Nubo seeks Iceland land for eco-resort

A Chinese business tycoon is hoping to buy a large area of north-east Iceland to build a luxury hotel and eco-resort.

Huang Nubo is reported to have offered a billion krona (£5.4m: $8.8m) for the 300sq km (155 sq mile) Grimsstadir a Fjollum region.

Critics of the plan fear it could be used by China to gain a strategic foothold in Iceland.

But Icelandic officials have welcomed the purchase and the further 20bn krona Mr Huang says he intends to invest.

Mr Huang is the chairman of the Zhongkun investment group, and is also reported to have worked as a minister in the Chinese Central Propaganda Department and Ministry of Construction.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

Concerns as Chinese company looks to buy land

The WA Farmers Federation has expressed serious concerns about recent interest from China in large swathes of the state's farmland.

A Chinese company has approached a number of farmers offering to buy farms, amounting to 80,000 hectares of land in the Albany port zone.

The federation says a number of farmers in the South West and Great Southern have been approached by a Chinese company interested in buying grain and dairy properties.
Federation president Mike Norton says he is worried China is looking to provide food security for its nation by buying up Australian land.

[link to www.abc.net.au]

The Chinese Government Is Buying Up Economic Assets And Huge Tracts Of Land All Over The United States

In 2011, America is for sale and the communist Chinese are eager buyers. The Chinese government is using sovereign wealth funds and Chinese state-owned enterprises to buy up economic assets and huge tracts of land all over the United States. Many of our politicians hail all of this "foreign investment" as something that is "good for America", while many others see something much more sinister going on here. In any event, this is a trend that is rapidly accelerating and that is causing great concern among patriotic Americans.

In my recent article entitled "China Wants To Construct A 50 Square Mile Self-Sustaining City South Of Boise, Idaho", I examined a potential deal that Sinomach (a company controlled by the Chinese government) wants to do with the government of Idaho. There will be more on this deal in a minute.

But first it is important to note that this is a phenomenon that is happening all across the United States.

For example, a Chinese investment group is buying up a very large chunk of real estate in Toledo, Ohio. The following is a brief excerpt from an article in the Toledo Blade on May 26th, 2011....

[link to endoftheamericandream.com]
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weird approximately 50 miles south of Boise is Mountain Home AFB.
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05/02/2012 01:56 PM
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Nope. Dont trust 'em for a second.

The chinese identify with the dragon, which is another word for satan.
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05/02/2012 02:01 PM
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Absolutely not. They are also buying up rare earth and gold and silver. They need water and have built a huge dam that may be affecting this earth.

The send us tainted food and toys. I like the spirit of the Chinese people but their regime is on the same corrupt level as this Americas.

Did the USA pressure that blind dissident to leave the Embassy ?
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Do you trust them or the people who sold our land and jobs overseas to them?

At least the Chinese are trying to bring business HERE
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12/10/2012 09:30 PM
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Simply NO! unfortunately they have already procured their bought treasonous politicians to pave the way for their rise in global power.pigchef
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Two word, rhymes with duck snow.
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Trust no-one.
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Like I said when China bought part of AIG: At leat now that company will be run responsibly. As for who is running Wall Street now (Jews, they proved in 2008 that they cannot be trusted.
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Do you trust them or the people who sold our land and jobs overseas to them?

At least the Chinese are trying to bring business HERE
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But no jobs for residents of the countries they go to since they usually bring Chinese workers along with them.
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>> In my recent article entitled "China Wants To Construct
>>A 50 Sq Mile Self-Sustaining City South Of Boise, Idaho"

No, they should not be allowed to have their own private Idaho, or Toledo or anywhere else on the North American continent. Russia either.

China has got just about the same amount of land mass as the US or Canada. Only Russia has more. If they can't feed all their people, then they need to quit breeding. If they need more room, they should go to Russia, since it is right next door, and has about 1/4 of the population density of China.

Maybe instead of wasting the resources on building all those ghost cities, they should concentrate on building intensive hydroponics, aquaponics and vertical farming operations...

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