posted on Aug, 6 2019 @ 09:11 AM
a reply to: dfnj2015
abosolutely not. They are about fighting an economic war with the entire west, and especially the USA. They are dependent upon us as a trade
partner; but we depend on them for the technology that keeps our country in business. Their economy is still state-controlled, and they use it as a
weapon. Just like they control Kim Jong ill, and use him as an alter ego to pester the USA and limit its influence in Asia.
Most Americans don't realize that after we pulled out of Vietnam in 1975, the Chinese tried to invade it in 1980. They failed and had to back out,
but they wanted the oil that had been discovered there. So they invaded a communist country they had just supported through 20 years of war...
The Chinese economy is a mess, with no one really in charge. The central planners at the top of the party try to speak for all of china, but the
various prefectures have independent armies (read that sentence again).
For instance, the big maker of assault rifles for the US market was NORINCO-- north infantry company. literally the northern Chinese army. They did
that independently of the party. SOINCO had tried to make SUVs to sell in the US at one point, but the party stopped them. It was called the
Dragon, I think. It was what the southern army used to pull artillery on the highways....
There has been a lot of ink shed about "sovereign corporate interests" interfering with US stock market, currency markets, and bank policy. Sovereign
corporation is when a nation-state claims to be a company when investing in the USA. China and Sa'ud are the prime examples, with the queen of
England in third place. It isn't even legal in most other countries. But the US we'll take you money and say nothing, and promise you a good rate of
Read up on sovereign investors. You'll lose hair.