China to build multipurpose port in southernmost Argentina

Port in Tierra del Fuego

From our Bureau of Twenty-First Century Neocolonialism with some assistance from our Bureau of Latrine American Cooperation With Chinese Designs For World Conquest

News stories about a Chinese spying station in Cuba have diverted attention from a much more sinister development, that is, China’s growing presence and influence in Latrine America.

Here’s a story that should scare the pants off anyone who would prefer not to become a subject of the Chinese Empire.

Tierra del Fuego is the southernmost island in the world, and it’s also the only natural point on earth where the Pacific and Atlantic oceans meet. Its strategic potential is immense, especially if the Chinese were to gain control of the Panama Canal or build their planned canal through Nicaragua.

Scary stuff. Time for a “calmante” or several stiff “traguitos”. Pick your poison. As Tres Fotutos likes to say, “A la clinica!”

Loosely translated from Diario de Cuba

Argentina has opened another door to China on the continent, this time in Tierra del Fuego, through the authorization to build a multipurpose port in the southernmost province of the country, a reiterated claim by Beijing, the Infobae portal published.

Governor Gustavo Melella ratified the construction of the naval base by means of a provincial decree and sent it to Mónica Urquiza, president of the Tierra del Fuego Legislature, to be dealt with by her deputies. The agreement was signed with the Chinese state-owned Shaanxi Chemical Industry Group Co. Ltd.

The memorandum —written in both Chinese and Spanish— indicates that the Asian regime chose that province because “it is located in the extreme south of South America, it is rich in natural gas resources and it is one of the new industrial powers of Argentina.” in reference to the technological ensemble that takes place in Tierra del Fuego.

“Shaanxi Chemical Group will invest in the construction of a project with an annual capacity of 600,000 tons of synthetic ammonia, 900,000 tons of urea and 100,000 tons of glyphosate in southern Argentina, plus the construction of a multipurpose port terminal with an internal enclosure —which allows the mooring of 20,000-ton vessels—and a 100MW power plant,” the contract states.

According to the document, “the smooth construction of the project will be exemplary for investment by Chinese companies in southern Argentina.”

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2 thoughts on “China to build multipurpose port in southernmost Argentina”

  1. “the memorandum —written in both Chinese and Spanish—

    Argentina best hire their own Chinese translator. My guess is that the Chinese and English versions do not totally match and will come back one day to shock Argentina. Be careful when dealing with the devil.

  2. China has partial control of the Panama Canal and now will have the potential to station war ships at Cape Horn. The last piece of the puzzle is to wait until the Chinese Navy is larger or the US Navy shrinks.

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