Friday, June 22, 2012

We'll show China who's No. 2

Construction of the central route of China's South-to-North Water Diversion is now going into high gear, two years ahead of this section's original deadline. The South-to-North project is currently the largest water project in the world; when completed, it will carry water from the Yangtze River northwards along three routes to northeastern China's water-starved cities, including Beijing and Tianjin. 
from China's Huge Water Project 'Going into High Gear,' Time To Break Ground On NAWAPA XXI
LONDON (Reuters) - Myanmar democracy champion Aung San Suu Kyi became the first non-head of state to address both houses of Britain's parliament on Thursday in a rare honor she used to ask for help in bringing democracy to the former British colony. ["Democracy": chaos and mass death]
from Suu Kyi makes history with UK parliament address
A recipient of the Order of the British Empire, Richardson was the architect of the "independent" Tibet hoax, and recruited a next generation of British intelligence Tibet-handlers, including Michael Aris (the husband of Aung San Suu Kyi, the British intelligence-run Myanmar "opposition" leader).
from British Launch ‘Great Eurasian War’ Drive

China's obviously getting too big for its britches, with its water projects and space program, and this terrifies the British empire because it flies in the face of their subliminal claim to master-race-hood (which is based on outmoded stages of consciousness-evolution). So, the global "war on terror" tour will soon visit Myanmar, and from there, onto China. Our military is already putting the pieces in place, and the outlines of the Myanmar-"liberation" scripts which our "leaders" will soon recite are probably already written.  The world's most advanced fighter, the F-22, at $450,000,000 PER PLANE, is all ready to go except for one supposed mysterious problem in a system that is probably a variation on a system that has existed for decades.