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posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 01:55 PM
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I wonder if there is anything (tactic) that the Banksters are not letting the rest of the world know to play this emerging game from China. China has a huge foreign currency reserves which it will use to penetrate emerging economies in SE Asia and possibly SA. It would be very very interesting to see the outcome after the 2012 POTUS elections.

On Wednesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the establishment of the Department of International Economic Affairs. Zhu Caihua, vice-dean of China Foreign Affairs University's School of International Economy, very candidly stated the goals of the new Department: "China's soaring economic strength enables it to provide due assistance to developing countries and the European Union hit by the debt crisis. These moves also give China more say and flexibility in foreign relations." [1] Zhu went on to state that this new department would be tasked with handling "economic disputes with political backgrounds".

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posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 02:02 PM
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Originally posted by hp1229
I wonder if there is anything (tactic) that the Banksters are not letting the rest of the world know to play this emerging game from China. China has a huge foreign currency reserves which it will use to penetrate emerging economies in SE Asia and possibly SA. It would be very very interesting to see the outcome after the 2012 POTUS elections.

On Wednesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the establishment of the Department of International Economic Affairs. Zhu Caihua, vice-dean of China Foreign Affairs University's School of International Economy, very candidly stated the goals of the new Department: "China's soaring economic strength enables it to provide due assistance to developing countries and the European Union hit by the debt crisis. These moves also give China more say and flexibility in foreign relations." [1] Zhu went on to state that this new department would be tasked with handling "economic disputes with political backgrounds".

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if they start helping europe and also these other countries, and they come out and publicly say "these moves also gives china more say and flexibility in foreign relations"....america will be downsized....time to start thinking about opening a soup kitchen like they did during the 30's



posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 02:24 PM
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True. And that seems to be the objective for the Chinese but lets not forget that their exports to EU and US are still a big chunk of their economy. Which I'm sure the international banking community is aware. Thus the question as per what is the gameplan by the banksters to counter/balance the looming clouds.
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