By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine
“25 YEARS AGO, I SHARED WITH MY RADIO AUDIENCE, THAT GOD HAD GIVEN ME A VISION, WHERE I SAW GUARD TOWERS WITH FOREIGN SOLDIERS AND MACHINE GUN TOWERS STATIONED AT THE 4 CORNERS OF TOTALLY FENCED FARMS AND WHEAT FIELDS,WITH STARVING AMERICAN CITIZENS BEING MACHINE GUNNED DOWNED, AS THEY TRIED TO JUST GRAB EARS OF WHEAT TO EAT”-THE TIME IS NOW HERE, AS FOOD, ALONG WITH FRESH WATER, BECOME THE TWO MOST PRICELESS COMMODITIES ON PLANET EARTH,THAT ARE ALREADY COMING UNDER ILLUMINIST CONTROL-SQ” – Steve Quayle via email
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, China has a population of nearly 1.4 billion people, while the U.S. has a poplulation count of over 323 million people. The two nations are of similar size -“China 3.69 million square miles vs. US 3.68 million square miles” (Source) As of the 2012 agriculture census, approximately 40 percent of U.S. land was considered farmland, meaning it was arable, which was consistent with the prior 2007 agricultural census. Compare that to the 11 percent of China’s land that can be farmed, with reports showing that much of China’s arable land being degraded, and we get a better understanding of why America is basically China’s grocery store at this point.
(Chart via Mother Jones – 2014)
CHINA GOBBLING UP U.S. REAL ESTATE, COMPANIES AND FARMLAND
There has been significant reportage on just how many U.S. companies are being gobbled up by Chinese investors (most of which are intertwined with the Chinese government) from movie theaters to telecom companies to hotels to General Electric. We also know that the Chinese have been heavily investing aka buying up U.S. real estate.
The eye-opening chart below, via USA Today from March 2016, should give readers a visual of how much of an increase can be seen in Chinese acquisitions of U.S. targets since 2011.
It is not just telecom companies, theaters, electronic companies, etc.. that the Chinese are buying up, but a massive increase of U.S. farmlands and global food companies, such as the $7.1 billion purchase of Smithfield Foods in 2013, the world’s largest pork producer. With the Smithfield purchase, the Chinese now own 1 out of every 4 pigs raised in the U.S, according to some reports.