The Job is Not Finished Until the Red Chinese are out of Long Beac

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    A bit of a read I couldn't post it all here. Kinda scary?



    April 3, 2006

    By Tom DeWeese


    Americans were rightly outraged over the possibility of an Arab nation with ties to terrorists taking control of six major American ports. Protests from across the nation helped to squelch the deal. However, the job’s not finished. The Communist Chinese still control ports at Long Beach.

    Congressman Charlie Norwood, (R-GA) made a strong case for getting the Chinese out of the port of Long Beach when he noted that while Dubai has been a reliable partner for America in the War on Terror, Red Chinese officials have threatened invasion of America’s ally on Taiwan and nuclear war against the United States. Says Congressman Norwood, "We have a great deal more to fear from Red China that Dubai."

    One thing is perfectly clear. China is no friend of the United States. It has embarked on an aggressive agenda to overtake the United States by undermining the U.S. economy, its manufacturing capabilities and its national defense.

    Economist Hans Sennholz reported in 2005, "American capital is rushing into China, building plants and introducing modern technology while some 20,000 young Chinese are studying at American colleges and universities. At the same time … Chinese companies are investing surplus dollars in the United States, assuming control over American corporations…"

    Worse, according to a report by Accuracy in Media (AIM), "The U.S. industrial base has become dangerously dependent in imports, and industries that provide materials critical to our national defense have been in serious decline." According to reports by the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission, China’s trading practices have resulted in the erosion, some say the decimation, of U.S. manufacturing capacity. China, meanwhile, is fast becoming the manufacturing center of the world.

    http://www.americanpolicy.org/more/chinese.htm
     
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    I like how the author uses, "Communist Chinese," and, "Red Chinese."

    I also like all the evidence and links about China smuggling drugs and weapons into the United States.
     
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    See they are more afraid of us then we are of them. If anything, these foreign takeovers and mergers bind our two countries closer together, thus preventing Cold War 2.
     
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    America obvously doesn't really care about foreign ownership of ports--just Arabs. The Shumer/Clinton sky-is-falling-hysteria was just that. History has proven that no one really cares about our ports or foreign governments invading. America--the modern day Tower of Babel.
     
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    That annoys your lib "sensibilities", does it? The most up-to-date information I have is that China is a COMMUNIST country and has been since 1949. Do you have any information to the contrary?

    Our experiment with China always had a 50% chance that it would not succeed. The article Stephanie posted gives plenty of evidence that China views the U.S. as a paper tiger, an easy prey, and that they are going to use all the help we have given them to "bury" us, using Krushchev's favorite term.

    Our experiments to turn Japan and Germany around after WWII worked, and it didn't take 60 years to get the job done. There is very little hard evidence that China plans to cast off its Communist government anytime soon. If it should happen, it will be because the people rise up and revolt. How likely is that to happen? Haven't their lives improved dramatically under their Communist leadership, thanks to the help provided by the West for several decades? If you think our experiment with China is working, perhaps you should study up on what is happening in South America, and, in particular, China's influence in that region of the world.
     
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    Ummm... well, they do have a market based, free enterprise, capitalist economy. Isn't that the polar opposite of communism? One could argue that China is more capitalist then we are. China is now non-Communist in all but name. I think the better description now would be authoritarian.

    [quote-Adam's Apple]
    Our experiments to turn Japan and Germany around after WWII worked, and it didn't take 60 years to get the job done. There is very little hard evidence that China plans to cast off its Communist government anytime soon. If it should happen, it will be because the people rise up and revolt. How likely is that to happen? [/quote]
    Wow, 74,000 incidents in the last year!! Surely something is happening.
     
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    cold war II is in progress and has been for some time....weapon of choice this time is economic tactical nuke.....china watched us spend Russia into dissolution.....they will now undercut our labor force and let us spend our way into debt as the "worlds" police force.....
     

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