Arraign In Spain? Or Put Them On A Plane?

Recent events have created more friction in Catalonia than there has been in years.  Surprisingly enough, people in Latin American countries have strong opinions about what should happen there going forward.


As the parent company of Pan Am One is involved rolling out a global construction consortium, an interview with our editor brings forward yet one more option for the region and Spain to consider:


Q:  So your family has some history working with Spain over the centuries?


A:  Yes, my family has worked with Spain and Latin America for hundreds of years.   In addition, a direct ancestor held the castle in Lleida during the war of the Spanish Succession.
I mention this because although for most people it means nothing, for some of us there can be an impact when government agencies pretend that your family history is ‘vicarious’ or made up as they ostensibly hand it out to contractors that are not related to use in places like Barcelona. It actually has, in the past, appeared to be a way to destabilize relationships and create social rule among expatriates by those that were focused on selling business fizzlers and other anti-progress devices.  The net result recently seems to show extremists using language to point out that the US government forced Spain and Catalan to accept the credentials of Americans that are not related to the historical figures that they say they are.  To add to the disappointment, Pan Am One has learned that one US Justice department official that appropriated heritage was actually one of the same people who was caught stalking me in university while I worked for the school.


So it really isn’t that these things don’t occur on a regular basis.  The salient point is that we can easily point to recent history and show both American hate groups and intelligence groups with their fingers in the pie in Catalonia in ways that aren’t helpful to either Catalonia or Spain.


Q:  Is there anything specific that leaps out regarding recent events in Spain?


A:  It has been mentioned that a Tijuana continuous speaker broadcast of the thoughts of different people, including those at our newspaper office, was sent over the Internet to the mosque where the most recent truck bombers worshipped a day before the attack.  A thought log is one of the recent very controversial technology additions to Southern California and Mexico.  Subjects are radared and monitored continuously after being cadenced, allowing linguistic teams to interpret what people are ‘thinking’.  Then automated IOT AI speaker devices start to speak to people, creating a closed loop of harassment that has followed torture.  Why they need to test a newspaper office and take their intellectual property using a treaty has been shown not to be a matter of national security, but a method of ensuring that private businesses that do government contracting can assert control in the marketplace- a sort of Billionaire Boy’s Club for those running the system.


On the other hand, because the systems being used as AI and speaker torture were used to incite people to create a terrorist incident, it would make both Mexican and US systems liable and subject to the Spanish, EC, and Catalonian investigation.


Q:  What is the proposal that Imaginot has put together?


A:  We have a consortium known as the Drink it Down Consortium that is dedicated to building projects that next-generation construction techniques in areas that do not compete with human labor.  Currently, we are planning projects globally in three areas:  desalination plants, canals, and stadiums.


Our offer to the Spanish Justice department is predicated on the notion that much of the stated dissension in Catalonia is based upon unemployment being so high.  We would therefore state that if Spain decides to commute any of the sentences of the Catalonian officials that are to face their courts, we would provide them with long-term jobs working to build a global future that includes Spain.  We have a 25 percent stake in the consortium.  We would give half of that to Spain and ensure that the job generation for global long-term positions favor Spain in the same proportion.


Q:  Can you be more specific about projects?


A:  We can talk about a couple of canal projects that we are starting background development on.  One of them is interestingly enough, related to an idea that Jesse Benton, an early Californian aunt of mine espoused in the 1800’s.  We call the project Arizona beachfront, but the idea is to work carefully to build a canal that extends to just East of Yuma and terminates in a large lake that will be used as a secondary port and desalination source.  It will receive barges from a primary Mexican port that will be located Southeast of Mexicali.  The primary port will be built inland on desert land.  The primary port will also be another desalination opportunity.  The idea is to create another large container port to service the Southwest and cut some transportation costs.  It should also allow Arizonans to have another recreation area that includes beachfront in their own state.


Another canal project that is under study is to create a canal near the Egyptian and Libyan border down to the Darfur region with many of the same goals- primarily economic development.  The overarching goal with these projects is to build a system that is automated as possible so that the costs lower the amount of time that it takes to break even.


Q:  And that doesn’t hurt labor?


A:  Our operating agreement states that we will only undertake projects in categories that would not be built unless it were somehow cost-efficient enough for them to be feasible.  We therefore do not compete with labor or the construction industry.  In fact, you might consider it an entirely new segment of the business.  We recognize that eventually there will be automation in the construction business, but our consortium is not allowed to apply its consortium technology to other construction projects.  Preserving jobs is important.  Creating new business that creates new jobs of a different type using a different scenario should be a net positive for the industry, not a disruptive force.


Q:  So you wouldn’t bid on a new stadium in San Diego or any other city that was considering it?


No.  We have a set plan to put stadiums in areas outside the US that do not currently have them under consideration.