China Continues Laying it's Groundwork for..............

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    China is still busy laying it's groundwork for world economic domination.They have been buying into as many nations as they can, in this case South Africa, that will take enough of their money so they at some point can call the shots. The 'sleeping giant' is awakening, while we in the USA are in economic turmoil the rest of the world is taking advantage of our inability to solve any issues in the USA because of political infighting, confusion and poor leadership.


    Zuma visits China to broaden ties: Fin24: Business

    The world is for sale, and as always, the 'wealthy' are snapping it up. They, do not have to OWN our country, just control it's eonomy and it's citizens by using it's own laws and agreements against it.

    There is a thread by fyrenza in current events that asks the question "Could we stop fighting.........etc" Well, if we don't get our 'chit' together soon and force those in WASHINGTON D.C. to do what the majority desires, the future of the USA will be up to those who wish to change America into what will be unrecognizable to our founding fathers, and, to any of us who remain in later years.
     
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    You are already "owned".
    Get out, if you can.
     
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    I talked about this very thing for several years in a different forum and was usually tagged a conspiracy nut.
    China has patience. Unlike American "leaders" (and I use that word loosely) Chinese officials act in what is in the countries best interest - specifically its long term interests.

    And what do we have? "Useful Idiots"...at least for those who oppose us.
     
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    China has never sought empire. They don't consider the rest of the world worth dominating, and they never have.

    But they certainly want what everybody wants, more of everything.

    While our collapse may be occurring at the same time as China's ascent, i still consider that coincidence, not causal.

    IOW I think the thread is a misfire. True but not real.
     
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    China has way too much internal leverage and is following the Japanese model too closely and too fast for lasting power.
     
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    It will take a while for China to become #1, but the probability is there.
     
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    Funny that you would say that.

    China studied the Japanese model and made damned sure that they NEVER made the fatal mistakes that Japan did.

    Which is the precise reason why China refuses to risk depegging from the dollar and risking the sudden deflation spike/real estate spike that shoved Japan off a cliff.
     

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