KINGDOM CLOSING


Legal Definition of "PERSON" from LAW.com

THREE CASES for GENOCIDE:
1)  The above definition converts every; man, women, and child, into a piece of paper (a corporation).  The fake judge (corporate administrator) can use any definition present.  The presence of the latter definition (a corporation) proves the global crime syndicate is using it.  Welcome to BABYLON the GREAT, the NEW WORLD ORDER of ROME, all owned by the QUEEN of ENGLAND.
2)  Rich people are exalted over the poor.  The rich can afford justice because they can afford the lawyers required to search out statutes hidden amongst trillions of statutes.  This also allows the rich to capitalize on the poor because the poor are unable to receive justice.
3)  Poor people cannot afford justice, they cannot afford the lawyers to search out the hidden statutes. This is why we have police corruption, this is why we have corporations who make decisions based on the predicted outcome of cost verses profit when it comes to analyzing class action lawsuits against them.  The lawyers have taken away the key of knowledge, so if you cannot afford lawyers, you are afforded no justice. "Legalese" and "word-crafting" have paved way for atrocities small and great, which is why Christ said, "Woe to you the lawyers for you have taken away the key of the knowledge.  You yourselves not did enter and those who are entering, you hindered." (LUKE 11:52)

SATAN's KINGDOM CLOSING --THE KINGDOM of HEAVEN is TAKING OVER NOW -- VIOLENCE is ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED.

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Tuesday, July 3, 2012

More eerie 'ghost cities' popping up

Why is China constructing large, well-designed “ghost cities” that are completely devoid of people?
Now, the BBC reports a giant new Chinese-built city has been spotted in Africa in the outskirts of Angola’s capital Luanda.
The city, Nova Cidade de Kilamba, was designed to hold up to a half million people and features 750 eight-story apartment buildings, 12 schools and more than 100 retail units, according to the report.
State-owned China International Trust and Investment Corporation reportedly took less than three years to build the city at a cost of $3.5 billion. It covers 12,355 acres.
BBC former Angola correspondent Louise Redvers reported that the discovered that the city’s buildings are completely empty.
The empty cities aren’t only in Africa.
WND and Jerome Corsi’s Red Alert reported just last year that Google Earth photographs of China depict city after city of vast complexes consisting of office skyscrapers, government buildings, apartment buildings, residential towers and homes, all connected by networks of empty roads – with some of the cities located in China’s truly most inhospitable locations.
Google image of China's empty roads
Images of these “ghost cities” – after countless billions of dollars have been spent on the towns’ design and construction – reveal nobody lives in them.
Block after block of empty houses and apartment buildings, glamorous public buildings, magnificent public parks and sports complexes, even art museums, remain entirely empty.
“The photographs look like giant movie sets prepared to film apocalyptic motion pictures in which some sort of a neutron war or bizarre natural disaster has eliminated people from the face of the earth while leaving the skyscrapers, sports stadiums, parks and roads perfectly intact,” Corsi noted. “One of China’s ghost cities is actually built in the middle of a desert in Inner Mongolia.”
Business Insider ran a series of photos of these Chinese ghost cities. One showed no cars in the city except for approximately 100 parked in largely empty lots clustered around a government building, and another showed a beautiful wetland park with people added using Photoshop.
At the time, China had an estimated inventory of 64 million vacant homes and was building up to 20 new ghost cities a year on the country’s “vast swathes of free land.”
Empty roads in Zhengzhou, China
Business Insider speculated that the Chinese need to put their money somewhere, so developers have decided to build, as a place to store the wealth, even if the Chinese building these cities do not intend to live in them and there is no prospect they can find renters.
ScallyWagAndVagabond.com quoted Patrick Chovanec, a business teacher at Tsinghua University in Beijing, who explained, “Who wants to be the mayor who reports that he didn’t get 8 percent GDP growth this year? Nobody wants to come forward with that. So the incentives in the system are to build. And if that’s the easiest way to achieve growth, then you build.”
The following are some photos posted on Facebook of the Chinese “ghost city,” Nova Cidade de Kilamba, in Africa:







9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Isn't it the GFL that was saying they will take us to a new way of life where we will live very differently in beautiful new cities? Some of us anyway.

Anonymous said...

WOW...The Chinese can make towns that look just like SIM CITY 3. Wonder if they have Tornadoes that cruise occasionally and tear it up so they can rebuild it. Again...American tax dollars at work.

Anonymous said...

This looks just like what the elite and the United Nations wants to do with "their" Agenda 21. Build a bunch of pack and stacks, and move the people out of the suburbs and rural areas and force them all into these cities, all packed in together...and if the construction isn't exactly sound, they won't worry when they go crashing to the ground with all the people in them. They plan to use agencies like the EPA to go snoop on your property and come up with some endangered plant which is way more important than you and your rights, and they will force you to move, to save this endangered plant. Seriously...these people and the UN have got to be stopped, before they pull this junk on people. They put plants and animals above people, as they want to preserve all of the land for themselves, and basically get rid of the people whom they think of as roaches.

Anonymous said...

Nice cities. Built for 'citizens of the corporation' who demand to have a 'leader' and who insist on staying in the game and playing the game but complaining all the while.

Enjoy the stack and pack existence. All of you will have a job...that's for sure.

I'm being facetious. I have no idea what it means or how it plays in the future.

I do feel I know that 'membership has it's obligations'.

Anonymous said...

All this is for the world revauation, remember it's ALL about the money folks.

A. Allen

brokenwrench said...

these are the chinese and african equivalent of their version of the US fema camps. you see they are not debt slaves or surity of their so called national debt as their countries are not on fiat money system so they are soveriegns under international law. a debt slave is a slave and has no standing in law and can be disposed of without recourse or penalty under international law as long as you do not exterminate a class or race to extinction you must leave 10% alive as the US gov did with the native american tribes by treaty agreements.

Anonymous said...

I think Chinese know there are international prosperity funds are going to distribute to all the people in the whole world , even in Africa , so they build those modern city apartments before hand , when the people have money , first thing they want to have is a well bult shelter as living standard , I don't think Chinese would be so stupid to build those for nothing , they always think ahead . I speak four Asian languages ,include Chinese , I learned their cultures and the way of their thinking , the ghost towns now in the near future will be bustling cities .

Anonymous said...

This is my understanding of why...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wm7rOKT151Y

Anonymous said...

Sure does look like the video game "SIM CITY"