Japan’s Government-Industrial Complex to Create Small “Japan” in Southern India…(Bug Out!)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2012
The news was there on Yomiuri Shinbun on January 5, 2012, but little noticed until someone picked it up and spread on Twitter overnight.
The Japanese government in close collaboration with the big businesses in Japan is to build a city in southern India that will house 50,000 people, with “Japanese-quality” infrastructure including seaside resort, industrial park, hospital, shopping mall, and golf course (of course).
Many on Twitter are speculating that this is part of the plan by the Japan’s political and business elites to abandon ship (Japan), and part of the reason for the Noda administration’s insistence on the tax hike despite the incipient recession.
While there is a great need for money within Japan to actually rebuild tsunami-devastated areas (not the bogus “decon” projects), the Noda administration has been busy distributing money in Asia. The Bank of Japan has opened multi-billion dollar currency swap lines with India ($15 billion) and South Korea ($70 billion).