Your writer watched in horror in 2009 as the Red Chinese raised their flag in our nation’s capitol, near the White House in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Maoist revolution. At the time this happened, I posed the question on my radio program, that if the United States tried to plant its flag in Beijing, how far would we get? Would they allow it? The answer is obvious. Then, why is the United States allowing the Red Chinese to plant their flag here?Some have speculated that the answer may lie in the fact that the United States is at least a trillion dollars in debt to China. Some estimate the debt is much higher. Was the raising of China’s flag in Washington D.C. a symbol of communist Chinese conquest? Was there a deal made at some point to “sell” America to the Red Chinese?After flooding America with Mexican “migrant workers”, the U.S. government, shepherded by globalist multi-national corporations, have apparently decided to do the same with communist China.In January 2011, Chinese leader Hu Jintao met with Barack Obama in Washington D.C. Wire services captured the irony of the event, publishing pictures of the Chinese flag, alongside the red, white and blue on Constitution Avenue.Before It's NewsWe now have word that a mainland China firm called Sino-Michigan Properties, LLC has paid $1.9 million for 200 acres of farmland in Milan, Michigan. The plan is to build a China city, consisting of 415 units that would be home to Chinese “business people”. How many of these “business people” will be spies for the Peoples Liberation Army? Does anyone know? Does anyone even care?Whenever one speaks out in opposition to allowing Chinese nationals to buy up and colonize the United States, they are immediately shot down as xenophobic and racist by those who stand to benefit financially from the business dealings that bring the Chinese to our shores. Yet, the real issue is not a matter of race, but of economic and national security.
Socialism is not in the least what it pretends to be. It is not the pioneer of a better and finer world, but the spoiler of what thousands of years of civilization have created. Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) Economist and social philosopher