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Unfounded globalization fears

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posted on Mar, 22 2007 @ 03:29 AM
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Doubtful that you're going to get any opinions from anyone actually in China, as they are pretty strict on what's said over any medium. They've been having issues with breaking the information barrier. Once they allow free-thought to permeate their society completely, their Socialist regime will die. That's what they fear the most, as it would undermine everything they've struggled so long to attain.

Just one more Westerner's opinion on this most interesting of topics.

TheBorg




posted on Mar, 22 2007 @ 11:42 AM
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Originally posted by TheBorg
Doubtful that you're going to get any opinions from anyone actually in China, as they are pretty strict on what's said over any medium. They've been having issues with breaking the information barrier. Once they allow free-thought to permeate their society completely, their Socialist regime will die. That's what they fear the most, as it would undermine everything they've struggled so long to attain.


TheBorg


My opinion is the same,which is my point.If China is ready for a revolution,I don't think its citizens would want to join a nwo which is sure to represent western interests.Chinese citizens would probably want to run things themselves after shedding a socialist regime,not join any western dominated world government.

I just can't see any possibility of a nwo when half the worlds population is busy with reforming its government,and experiencing free-thought and free speech for the first time(JMHO).



posted on Mar, 27 2007 @ 09:18 PM
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Originally posted by seridium
I'd simply want to say that I think all the globalization fear and aprehnsion most people seem to feeling is just a bit unfounded.


Even the US Government says:


"The globalization of the world economy will also continue, with a widening between "haves" and "have-nots.""
www.middlepowers.org...
www.fas.org...



 
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