Foreign Trade Zones

Foreign Trade Zones

Postby MikeG » Mon Jan 31, 2011 3:00 pm

Each and every one of our state governors has approved and allocated a
certain amount of acres of their U.S. state land to be inhabited by
Chinese communists --communists straight from China! They are to set
up little towns and live here, supposedly for the purpose of producing
Chinese products for sale in the U.S.A. The land the states are giving
them for their little towns will be considered "foreign territory"!!!
We are told that the laws of the state (in which these Chinese
communists dwell) will apply to the communist Foreign Trade Zone
(FTZ). Comment: If so, why are they allowed in here!??! Isn't the
whole set up unlawful??? There are 257 of these little communist towns
to be built all over the United States. Go to this website and see the
list of the states, and how many FTZ's are to be erected in each and
every state! Our nation is being peppered all over with these
communist closed towns called "zones"! This insane brainstorm by
Washington, D.C. officials was just recently discovered by alert
citizens in the State of Idaho, where an FTZ is being built there,
just south of Boise, Idaho, possibly 30,000 acres of Idaho is going to
be used for that FTZ. Check this site quickly before it is removed:

[url]http://www.ia.ita.doc.gov/ftzpage/letters/ftzlist-map.html[/url]
When you get to this website, be prepared by having enough paper to
print 40 pages, listing all the FTZ's to be built over the whole
United States! 257 of these FTZ's!


FTZ No 88
Grantee/Operator: Great Falls Int'l Airport Authority
2800 Terminal Dr. Great Falls MT 59404-5599
Lara Tait (406) 727-3404
Fax (406) 727-6929
Ltait@ftfairport.com

FTZ No 187 Toole County
Grantee:operator: Northern Express Transportation Inc
301 First Street South #3, Shelby MT 59474
Larry Bonderud (406) 434-5203
Fax (406) 434-2761
(I have some interesting photos from Shelby area)

FTZ No 274 Butte-Silver Bow
Grantee: City and County of Butte-Silver Bow
155 West Granite, Butte MT 59701
Kristen Rosa (406) 497-6470
Fax (406) 497-6248
Krosa@bsb.mt.gov
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Re: Foreign Trade Zones

Postby jpf1030 » Mon Jan 31, 2011 3:45 pm

Howdy Mike,
This is pretty wild. I had only heard about Id. and another state. Are you back from ND? We will look forward to discussing things with you when you stop by the shop...jpf
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Re: Foreign Trade Zones

Postby wesurvive » Tue Feb 01, 2011 4:04 am

Something new I didn't know about. But that will fly like a lead brick when the American people all find out about it. We The People own all Federal and State Lands, not any other Country.

Well we can always round them up and put them in FEMA camps. =) Their new home we will help those Chinese move into.
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Re: Foreign Trade Zones

Postby jeffburrows » Tue Feb 01, 2011 4:00 pm

I contacted the administrator for the FTZ in Butte. Below is the reply I received on what exactly an FTZ is:


A Foreign Trade Zone is not an invitation for Chinese communities to locate within the United States. FTZs have been around since the 1930s and allow companies located within Foreign Trade Zones to import raw materials from foreign countries, manufacture those raw materials into a new product and then either export the finished product out of the country and pay no duty or distribute the finished product within the US and pay a lower duty. This helps to offset customs advantages available to overseas producers who compete with domestic industry. It also helps to retain/create manufacturing jobs in the United States.

The Foreign Trade Zone for which I am the listed contact on the website you referenced is the Port of Montana Industrial Park. This is the area where the Port of Montana, SeaCast, REC and Scoular Grain are located. Butte-Silver Bow became the grantee for the Foreign Trade Zone last year.

The Port of Montana and Butte-Silver Bow have worked with the Foreign Trade Zones Board to have the warehouse at the Port designated a General Purpose Warehouse. Instead of manufacturing imported materials, in a general purpose warehouse companies can store imported materials and not pay the customs until they are removed from the warehouse. This can be a great cash flow advantage and cost savings for smaller companies.

I am not sure exactly where the idea that FTZs are an invitation for Chinese communities came from but the forwarded email is full of inaccuracies.
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Re: Foreign Trade Zones

Postby wesurvive » Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:34 am

Great research Jeff. Thanks for the info. It helps ease the mind a little. However, I think we should all demand communist countries pay triple in Customs tax since US businesses/manufacturers don't get any kickbacks from them on their soil. =)

Curious to know what is in those warehouses. Hmmmm. Silver or gold? Mica? Silica? Interesting they say they have been doing it for years, is the silver butte mining company part owned by the Chinese? Or was it just located there? Brings up more curiosity indeed.
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Re: Foreign Trade Zones

Postby jeffburrows » Sat Feb 05, 2011 4:02 am

I agree. Even if the FTZ's are not planned for Chinese communist communities, there are some interesting questions about the workings of the FTZ's.
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