A Sino-European consortium would like to use the Liechtenstein radio frequencies. It is planned to conduct international business with a network of 300 communications satellites. Money and parts of the technology are said to come from controlled companies based in China. As part of the approval process, a submission was made against the Office for Communication at the Administrative Court (VGH). The satellite project is not yet about to end because of the VGH ruling. What can little Liechtenstein do if Chinese military-related companies do not adhere to the conditions of the license? We risk losing the goodwill of Western countries, and if need be, we must expect countermeasures.
Another example are the casino operations in Liechtenstein. Without being a prophet, it is foreseeable that sooner or later there WILL be various problems.
Here are a few headlines from Austrian media:
• “Manipulated slot machines at casinos in Austria.”
• “The payout rate is supposedly being manipulated on a large scale.”
• “The financial police are fighting against illegal gambling and manipulated slot machines.”
We allow foreign companies to use Liechtenstein as a location to maximize their profits. The question inevitably arises here: Does Liechtenstein really have to do everything that brings money? Prosperity seems to undermine our thinking. At some point, however, we will get the bill for our behavior.
Read more about casinos on the IG Volksmeinung website.
Willi Frommelt, Im Gafos 23, Schaan