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Nov 30, 2009

Ports of Call for Dubai "Disney" World


Vox Day
The dire sign of Dubai

Dubai Ports World controversy

Armies of Liberation
Dubai World, Aden Port Operator, Unable to Pay Debts

Zahraa Alkhalisi, Ayesha Daya and Tal Barak Harif
Dubai World to Restructure $26 Billion of Debt

We now know that "our bankers" were willing to loan "our money" to "bankrupt Muslims in another country", so they could "buy our own ports", knowing that "the ONLY collateral on the deal was American and British taxpayers".

Our Government Leaders wanted Dubai World to take over our Ports

Remember a few years back when President Bush was pushing for approval of Dubai World to take possession of six of our most critical ports?

    The DP World controversy began in February 2006 and rose to prominence as a national security debate in the United States. At issue was the sale of port management businesses in six major U.S. seaports to a company based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and whether such a sale would compromise port security.

    The controversy pertained to management contracts of six major United States ports. The purchaser was DP World (DPW), a state-owned company in the UAE.

    -- Wikipedia Dubai Ports World Controversy

The Bush administration and other supporters of the deal made the following arguments in favor of Dubai World taking possession of our ports:

  • The U.A.E. has proven itself a strategic partner by allowing the U.S. military access to its land, ports and airspace for basing and operations in Iraq and Afghanistan;
  • The U.A.E. has allied with the U.S. in the Global War On Terror;
  • Blocking the transfer of operating rights held by a British firm to an Arab firm appears discriminatory against Arabs;
  • Security would remain a government responsibility as always, and performed by the United States Coast Guard and U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Israel's view on Muslims taking control of their ports

Israel's largest shipping firm, Zim Integrated Shipping Services, came out in support of the deal.

    "During our long association with DP World, we have not experienced a single security issue in these ports or in any of the terminals operated by DP World... We are proud to be associated with DP World and look forward to working with them into the future."
    Zim Integrated Shipping Services CEO, Idan Ofer, February 22 2006.

    -- Wikipedia Dubai Ports World Controversy

Do you or anyone else honestly believes that Jewish Israel would allow all its major ports to be owned and managed by Muslim Dubai World?

Would Zim Integrated Shipping Services allow itself to be bought by Muslim Dubai World?

Would Israel allow Zim Shipping to be bought?

The answer to all of these questions is a big fat -- NO!!!!

But in America, when our government leaders want "FREE TRADE", they lead the charge.

No Oil Money backing raises Questions about Finance

Back then, many Americans presumed that Dubai World was sitting on a King's ransom of oil revenue dollars and was only looking for a place to invest those American dollars back into the American economy.

Now, we find that Dubai World is $59 billion dollars in debt out of a total of $80 billion -- mostly owed to British banks with no collateral, as Abu Dhabi is the oil wealth country, not Dubai.

To hammer home the point, the government of Dubai is telling British bankers to suck wind as they never financially backed Dubai World.

    Dubai’s government told creditors of Dubai World yesterday that they should help in a restructuring the holding company because it hasn’t guaranteed the debt.

    “The lenders should bear part of the responsibility,” the director general of the emirate’s finance department, Abdulrahman Al Saleh, said on state-run Dubai TV. The government’s Nov. 25 decision to seek a halt Dubai World’s debt payments is “in the interest of all parties, the investors the creditors and the contractors,” he said.

    Dubai, the second-biggest of seven states that make up the U.A.E., and its state-owned companies borrowed $80 billion to fund a boom in growth and diversify the economy. The global financial turmoil and a decline in property prices hurt companies such as Dubai World as they struggled to raise loans.

    The company received financing based on the “viability of its projects, not on government guarantees,” Al Saleh said.

    -- Dubai World to Restructure $26 Billion of Debt

So while many were rightfully worried about Muslims running Christian ports in America, no one was talking about Dubai World having no money to buy the ports in the first place.

Where do I sign up for receiving $80 billion dollars of debt, with no means to repay the loans, so that I can buy the port authorities in six major metropolitan areas?

Obviously, "Christian Americans Need Not Apply".

While our Jewish-owned banking institutions were loaning our money to Arab Muslims with no collateral, but knowing that the American and British taxpayers were the real collateral on their loans, the President of the United States, among others, placed their reputation on the line to push Arab MUSLIMS, WITH NO MONEY, to buy our ports so soon after 9/11.

And Israel's largest shipping firm, Zim Integrated Shipping Services, was helping push the deal.

Perhaps Jewish-owned Zim Shipping was looking forward to working with Dubai World to help subvert American sovreignty.

Again, the unrelenting Muslim thrust into America is the Jewish Sanhedrin's attempt to Balkanize a Christian America against a Muslim America and to further push us into their One-World government.

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