Dragon Age America has been talking about abolishing the Federal Reserve. The liberation of Hong Kong has opened up new avenues for free market negotiations between USA and China. We know that the Enron insider-trading fiasco revealed the modern age intrigue surrounding finance privatization and asset networking. In many ways, Enron heralded in the modern era which could be considered a Dragon Age, a time when ambiguity itself creates intrigue for ambitious venture capitalist speculators. In such an age, socialist states such as China engaged in the new global market represent networking intrigue and finance foresight. We shouldn't necessarily equate China with Enron, however, street-talk these days favors a trumpeting of 'dollar knighthood.'