A comunique' from activist Debbie Dooley, highlights Kemps actions to open the door for CCP companies to come to Georgia.
Some will say that Chinese companies are just businesses, but those who understand China strategy and laws know that businesses in China are inextricably linked to the CCP. Indeed, anything which is on the Chinese internet is defined by law as owned by the Chinese government.
See Kemps pitch to the Chinese here:
The website associated with the initiative is hosted in China as seen by the URL
The webpage is clear on the objectives:
Simply stated, in a number of Countries including Africa and other areas, China has bid for or made significant investments in industrial projects and at the same time created a situation where the project outcome creates debt at a level that can not be met. As financial pressure mounts, China is a position to trade equity for debt and thus acquires part or all of certain projects. Is this the plan for Georgia? There's no way to prove that at this juncture but is it prudent to be concerned?
Based on recent revelations and Kemps other actions in just the past few months, Georgians are finding it hard to understand Kemp's trip to Davos, his reluctance to discuss his meetings while there, and now the promotion of organizations tied to, or indeed controlled by, a communist regime. It seems nothing could be further from the ideals of Georgia's residents.
Dooley further points out Kemp's changed tune on Trumps diplomacy, in 2018 when Kemp needed him in his race for Governor, he praised Trumps out-of-the-box diplomacy with North Korea, but recently trashed Trumps comment on Kim Jung Un:
Add to the above Kemp's quite moves to form parallel but separate GOP organizations (ala. CCRC) not beholden to the Grassroots and Georgian's hair begins to stand up. The Georgia Record will be watching with interest how Kemp's reputation and credibility fare during the upcoming GOP Convention next week.