VISITORS FROM CHANGPING
In the town where I live (nicknamed Fruitloops by the mayor) the second-term mayor is on leave as the editor of the daily newspaper (a Hollinger franchise) which he uses as a personal mouthpiece extolling the virtues of his comings and goings to Communist China.
Today (Nov 25, 2004) on page three, under the heading VISITORS FROM CHANGPING there's a picture of the mayor and his cohorts from city council (one of them an ex policeman and the other of Chinese ancestry) giving a member of China's Communist government a tour of our hospital. The vice chief executive of Changping, Hong Qizhong, will also be shown the pulp mill, water treatment plant, sports coliseum and truck stop.
There was no news column with the picture, just a few lines underneath naming everyone from left to right, including the Chinese translator to whom the ex-head of acute care was talking. The photo caption said that our town was establishing "an economic protocol with the town of Changping", a suburb of Beijing.
And, as usual, not a word of commentary, either negative or positive, accompanies the continuing saga of our mayor (nicknamed Rotten-Burger) cavorting with Communist Chinese, all paid for by the very sheep these wolves are devouring.
There's no point writing a letter to the editor protesting because it wouldn't get published un-edited beyond recognition. ~ Jackie Jura
POUNDING PILLARS INTO FLOOD PLAIN
CITY'S DEAL WITH CHINA ALMOST DONE. Daily News, Feb 18, 2005
Fruitloop's ties with China are getting stronger. For the past five months, representatives from Fruitloops and Changping - a district of Beijing - China's capital, have been working on the wording of a friendly exchange co-operation agreement between the two cities. The agreement, once signed, is to establish business partnerships between the two cities, Mayor Rotten-burger told council Tuesday. A delegation from Chanping will visit Fruitloops in April, at which time the agreement will be signed. Fruitloops will pay a return visit and send a delegation across the Pacific in July. During the first year of the agreement, Rotten-burger said, a basis for individual business partnerships will be established. Discussions about establishing closer ties between the two cities have been ongoing for two years. The Fruitloops Chamber of Commerce and Venture Fruitloops will manage the partnership agreement.
CHINESE BUSINESSMAN EYES CITY FOR INVESTMENT. Daily News, Feb 10, 2005
The city's burgeoning relationship with Changping, China, is paying off. A Chinese businessman who has vacation property in Changping heard about the association with Fruitloops and became interested in buying property here. And so Xian Gho Huang has offered the asking price of $588,000 for a 0.37-hectare property beside the fire hall. Mayor Rotten-burger said the investment indicates the potential that can come from a friendly reltionship with Changping.
"Mr Huang indicated he was looking at investment opportunities in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand prior to choosing Fruitloops," the mayor said Tuesday. "We see his acquisition as a clear vote of confidence in the Fruitloops economy." The land, zoned for mixed commercial and multi-family residential buildings, is close to the college, which was a selling feature for Huang, who is interested in developing student housing. The closing date on the land sale is April 21. "I am very confident in the economy of Fruitloops as the College becomes a full-fledged University. I look forward to assisting Mayor Rotten-burger in building a strong business relationship between Fruitloops and Changping," Huang said.
CHINA SPYING ON CANADA & USA
16.Ministry of Truth and 7.Systems of Thought and CHINESE TAKE-OVER and CHINADA'S SOVIETIZATION
ODE TO FRUITLOOPS and CROSSWALK SAFETY POEM and IT'S HEDGE GRABBING, THOMAS
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