Hat Tip To @Spongedocks
Chinese Pipeline of Investors
This information is being sent out to alert Americans as to what is
happening in Idaho and throughout this country that involves the public
officials soliciting the Communist Chinese to buy American citizenship via
the EB-5 visas.
In June of 2010 Idaho Gov. Butch Otter and a delegation including local
businesses went on a trade mission to China. The businesses were looking for
Chinese that would purchase their goods that could be imported into China,
while Gov. Otter invited the Communist Chinese to bring their money and move
to Idaho to invest in our economy thru the EB-5 visas.
Coeur d’Alene Idaho Chamber of Commerce Trip to China
Idaho an attractive site for investors looking for better place for
EB-5 Visa —– “Invest your way into America”
Idaho Gov. Otter quote:
“The value of U.S. residency, and being put on the fast track to
citizenship, is an incredible tool to help us attract foreign investment in
our Idaho businesses
The investments would be thru the EB-5 foreign investor visas, with
$1,000.000 investment going to start a new business and create 10 jobs or
with $500.000 they could buy a distressed business and create 10 jobs or
invest $500,000 into an EB-5 Regional Center which is made-up of private
businesses. The investor is given a green card and in 5 years can get U.S.
citizenship. The 10 new jobs created do not have to go to Americans.
The EB-5 Regional Centers are all over the U.S. If the investor chooses to
invest in a center they can move and live anywhere they want. Many Communist
Chinese are choosing the centers because they do not have to manage a
business and can still get U.S. citizenship.
Look for your State ———- Immigrant Investor Regional Centers
NOTE: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is working to get foreigners to invest
and move to America.
NOTE: One of the EB-5 marketers Brian Su works to get his pipeline of
Communist Chinese investors lined up to move to Idaho and other states.
A Communist Chinese Government Business Sinomach is wanting to have a 10,000
to 30,000 acre “Technology Zone” set up south of the Boise Airport for
retail centers, homes, and other Chinese businesses.
“Chinese Company Eyes Boise”
Sinomach — Communist Chinese Government owned and managed by the Communist
Party of China —-CPC
Chinese Company Officals Meet With Leaders Of Idaho Energy Firms ——
FOREIGN TRADE ZONES —
Any business that wants to export goods can apply for a “Foreign Trade Zone”
status thru the U.S. Department of Commerce. Once a FTZ, they fall under
federal management and the Customs and Border Patrol secure the premises.
State and local laws still apply in the FTZ but local law enforcement must
be called by the CBP to enter the zone. The local officials can request
entry but it’s a jurisdictional issue depending upon the reason for the
request. The U.S. Customs randomly inspect the imports and exports of
goods. Foreign companies can also move into these zones and hire workers
that have foreign visas.
There is a big push to get American businesses to export their goods. Then
they will want “foreign trade zone” status. Not that we really manufacture
much anymore because we exported entire industries, but the idea of turning
a country’s economy into be exporting nation is the same kind structural
adjustment program that was imposed on countries in South and Central
America, the Caribbean and perhaps other countries as well. It provides
caviar for a few and starves the many.
Link to Foreign Trade Zone Regulations – it’s not light reading but it’s
Obama’s Executive Order — National Export Initiative
Alliance Texas is an example of a fully master planned community designed
around an intermodal commerce zone / Foreign Trade Zone. It was the first
such community and we don’t know if there are any more of them but we
suspect there might be.
Here is a video about the Alliance development. This link was found on the
The foreign owned businesses that move to the U.S. can also apply for FTZ
status and they can hire H1-B’s and other foreign workers on visas.
Idaho now has 2 new FOREIGN TRADE ZONES. One in Boundary County up north
with a Chinese company, Hoku Materials, and one in Pocatello , with Hoku
Materials the same Chinese company. There has been much concern over the
Chinese moving into the U.S. ( buying homes, businesses, land and natural
resources. You will find these article at the bottom of this e-mail.)
Foreign Trade Zones are clearly named. Other types of zones – in particular
intermodal commerce zones, hubzones, enterprise zones, work-based
development zones, economic development zones are more difficult because
each state and each agency of government can give them different names to
refer to the same thing. In addition, you can have different layers of
zoning within the same zone. For example, you can have an intermodal
commerce zone that is also an EB-5 Regional Zone, that is also a work-based
learning zone that is also a subzone attached (logically) to a Foreign Trade
Zone. That’s what it appears to be the game plan for “The CORE” in Meridian,
Idaho which is just a couple of miles down the road (or maybe across the
road depending on the FTZ boundaries at the Boise Airport) from the Boise
Airport where the FTZ will be located.
This is Idaho Law, Title 70, Chapter 22 on Intermodal Commerce Zones which
came about as a result of the Transportation Dept. ISTEA Legislation of 1991
which initiatied the superhighway corridor project with superhighway being
defined as high tech highways.
And when you get through all of that, and you know that this is only part
of the story – then you’ll understand why I called these zones, “Trojan
Meridian to host Chinese economic, cultural delegation, June 10, 2010
The CORE – Trojan Triangle
************* BE SURE TO NOTICE OTHER ARTICLES OF CONCERN BELOW
China Prepares For War In All Directions
China is holding back selling their natural resources while buying up
America’s ( maybe using their’s to build up their military? )
“China Demands Half of joint Ventures” — U.S. Companies forced to accept
50 – 50 agreements
—China leases oil rights in Texas—
Last October, China announced the state-owned Chinese energy giant CNOOC is
buying a multi-million dollar stake in 600,000 acres of South Texas oil and
Reporting the story, Monica Hatcher of the Houston Chronicle suggested
China was “testing the political waters for further energy expansion into
U.S. energy reserves.”
That China is buying U.S. oil and natural gas rights in the continental
United States will strike millions of Americans as paradoxical, especially
since the U.S. continues to be a net importer of approximately 60 percent of
the oil consumed in the United States.
The Houston Chronicle reported China paid $2.2 billion for a one-third
stake in Chesapeake Energy assets, with CNOCC laying a claim to a share of
the energy resources in South Texas that have the potential to produce up to
half a million barrels of oil per day.
The Houston Chronicle reported that as part of this deal, CNOCC agreed to
pay approximately $1.1 billion for a share of Chesapeake’s assets in the
Eagle Ford, described as a broad oil and gas formation that runs from the
southwest of San Antonio to the Mexican border.
The Houston Chronicle also reported that the deal with China could create as
many as 20,000 jobs in the United States, as well as provide the capital
Chesapeake needs to increase its rig count in South Texas from 10 rigs to 42
rigs by the end of 2012.
Five years ago, the Bush administration blocked China on grounds of
national security concerns from a $18.4 billion deal in which China planned
to purchase California-based Unocal Corp.
Today, China has the cash, U.S. corporations need the business and the
Obama administration has no plans to reverse the debtor relationship in
which China has become one of the U.S. government’s needed lenders.
“Chinese government money is buying one of U.S.A.’s biggest mine”.
——— Mt. Hope in Nevada
China, going for the GOLD!!! —— Coeur d’Alene, Idaho/ Alaska gold mine
Chinese Auto Plant To Be Set Up In Baidwin County Alabama
Chinese mega-mall coming to Milwaukee
Eagle Forum’s Article On Trading With China
the executive order by obama that sets this shit up
Executive Order – National Export Initiative
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NATIONAL EXPORT INITIATIVE
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws
of the United States of America, including the Export Enhancement Act of
1992, Public Law 102-429, 106 Stat. 2186, and section 301 of title 3, United
States Code, in order to enhance and coordinate Federal efforts to
facilitate the creation of jobs in the United States through the promotion
of exports, and to ensure the effective use of Federal resources in support
of these goals, it is hereby ordered as follows:
Section 1. Policy. The economic and financial crisis has led to the loss of
millions of U.S. jobs, and while the economy is beginning to show signs of
recovery, millions of Americans remain unemployed or underemployed. Creating
jobs in the United States and ensuring a return to sustainable economic
growth is the top priority for my Administration. A critical component of
stimulating economic growth in the United States is ensuring that U.S.
businesses can actively participate in international markets by increasing
their exports of goods, services, and agricultural products. Improved export
performance will, in turn, create good high-paying jobs.
The National Export Initiative (NEI) shall be an Administration initiative
to improve conditions that directly affect the private sector’s ability to
export. The NEI will help meet my Administration’s goal of doubling exports
over the next 5 years by working to remove trade barriers abroad, by helping
firms — especially small businesses — overcome the hurdles to entering new
export markets, by assisting with financing, and in general by pursuing a
Government-wide approach to export advocacy abroad, among other steps.
Sec. 2. Export Promotion Cabinet. There is established an Export Promotion
Cabinet to develop and coordinate the implementation of the NEI. The Export
Promotion Cabinet shall consist of:
(a) the Secretary of State;
(b) the Secretary of the Treasury;
(c) the Secretary of Agriculture;
(d) the Secretary of Commerce;
(e) the Secretary of Labor;
(f) the Director of the Office of Management and Budget;
(g) the United States Trade Representative;
(h) the Assistant to the President for Economic Policy;
(i) the National Security Advisor;
(j) the Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers;
(k) the President of the Export-Import Bank of the United States;
(l) the Administrator of the Small Business Administration;
(m) the President of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation;
(n) the Director of the United States Trade and Development Agency; and
(o) the heads of other executive branch departments, agencies, and offices
as the President may, from time to time, designate.
The Export Promotion Cabinet shall meet periodically and report to the
President on the progress of the NEI. A member of the Export Promotion
Cabinet may designate, to perform the NEI-related functions of that member,
a senior official from the member’s department or agency who is a full-time
officer or employee. The Export Promotion Cabinet may also establish
subgroups consisting of its members or their designees, and, as appropriate,
representatives of other departments and agencies. The Export Promotion
Cabinet shall coordinate with the Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee
(TPCC), established by Executive Order 12870 of September 30, 1993.
Sec. 3. National Export Initiative. The NEI shall address the following:
(a) Exports by Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs). Members of the
Export Promotion Cabinet shall develop programs, in consultation with the
TPCC, designed to enhance export assistance to SMEs, including programs that
improve information and other technical assistance to first-time exporters
and assist current exporters in identifying new export opportunities in
(b) Federal Export Assistance. Members of the Export Promotion Cabinet, in
consultation with the TPCC, shall promote Federal resources currently
available to assist exports by U.S. companies.
(c) Trade Missions. The Secretary of Commerce, in consultation with the TPCC
and, to the extent possible, with State and local government officials and
the private sector, shall ensure that U.S. Government-led trade missions
effectively promote exports by U.S. companies.
(d) Commercial Advocacy. Members of the Export Promotion Cabinet, in
consultation with other departments and agencies and in coordination with
the Advocacy Center at the Department of Commerce, shall take steps to
ensure that the Federal Government’s commercial advocacy effectively
promotes exports by U.S. companies.
(e) Increasing Export Credit. The President of the Export-Import Bank, in
consultation with other members of the Export Promotion Cabinet, shall take
steps to increase the availability of credit to SMEs.
(f) Macroeconomic Rebalancing. The Secretary of the Treasury, in
consultation with other members of the Export Promotion Cabinet, shall
promote balanced and strong growth in the global economy through the G20
Financial Ministers’ process or other appropriate mechanisms.
(g) Reducing Barriers to Trade. The United States Trade Representative, in
consultation with other members of the Export Promotion Cabinet, shall take
steps to improve market access overseas for our manufacturers, farmers, and
service providers by actively opening new markets, reducing significant
trade barriers, and robustly enforcing our trade agreements.
(h) Export Promotion of Services. Members of the Export Promotion Cabinet
shall develop a framework for promoting services trade, including the
necessary policy and export promotion tools.
Sec. 4. Report to the President. Not later than 180 days after the date of
this order, the Export Promotion Cabinet, through the TPCC, shall provide
the President a comprehensive plan to carry out the goals of the NEI. The
Chairman of the TPCC shall set forth the steps taken to implement this plan
in the annual report to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
of the Senate and the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of
Representatives required by the Export Enhancement Act of 1992, Public Law
102-249, 106 Stat. 2186, and Executive Order 12870, as amended.
Sec. 5. General Provisions. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed to
impair or otherwise affect:
(i) authority granted by law to an executive department, agency, or the head
thereof, or the status of that department or agency within the Federal
(ii) functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget
relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.
(b) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and
subject to the availability of appropriations.
(c) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or
benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any
party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its
officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.