Kenya Signs $5 Billion Deal with China – Soon After 68 Dead at Kenyan Mall?

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Kenya Signs $5 Billion Deal with China – Soon After 68 Dead at Kenyan


Posted on September 23, 2013 by Mark Schumacher

Kenya has newly discovered oil fields and is rapidly growing in its energy sectors, along with a new portin Lamu north of Lambusa. China has made it clear that they want in, furthering their quest for world domination. This will provide a clearing house for the Chinese currency clearing the way for anInternational financial hub. This can’t be making the elitists in America very happy to say the least. Could this have something to do with the chaos currently in Kenya? Could the PTB in America have sent in their shadow Al Qaeda partners to do the dirty deed? Everything is fair game in this day and age, and the above scenario holds a lot of water.

Since March 4th Kenya has had a new President Uhuru Kenyatta, and he has become mighty friendly with the Chinese recently as the two plan Kenya’s future. It seems the two are taking advantage of the rift between America and Kenya as well as European nations because of so called crimes against humanity problems keeping them apart in useful talks concerning Kenya’s growth and development. China has obviously pounced on the opportunity. After all, crimes against humanity are right up China’s alley.

The killings at the Kenyan Mall attribute to the rift in some way, obviously, and the abovedeal with China sticks out as the reason why.  If not I would be surprised. There have been rumors of some of the shooters at the Kenya massacre as being American. God only knows how the elites have staged this Kenya thing to benefit them somehow, but my guess is China, in some way, was the lever that was used.

China is building roads, a pipeline and a railway to supplement the $25.5 billion port in Lamu project to help bridge the landlocked South Sudan and Ethiopia to Lamu. This will make Kenya a major player in the African energy game. We will see how the monopoly game plays out, as this is going to become quite interesting to say the least.


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