Could these have been built in preparation to China’s own Agenda21/2030 Agenda plans?
Vast new cities are being built across China at a rate of ten a year, but they remain almost completely uninhabited ghost towns.
Racing to stay ahead of the world economy, is the superpower about to implode?
“There are around 64 million empty apartments in China,” claims analyst Gillem Tulloch. It’s all part of the Chinese government’s efforts to keep its economy booming and there are plenty of people who would love to move in, but the properties are priced out of the market.
It’s after 2pm and in the new city of Dongguan shop owner Tian Yu Gao is yet to serve a single customer.
“It’s a bit boring,” he sighs.
His open shop is a rare sight in the Great Mall: once heralded by the New York Times as proof of China’s astonishing consumer culture, today it is an eerie vista of emptiness.
“It can’t stay this way,” insists Tulloch, “when the bubble bursts, it will impoverish vast numbers of people”.
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