Originally posted by TheOneElectric
If anyone thought that China would be a serious player within the 21st century then all I have to say is:
Congratulations for completing the school of Zionist brainwashing and fear mongering. Everything China has is fake, empty, hollow and nonexistent.
If they were in a hole like the rest of the world, then yes, I would agree. But you have to take into consideration that China has vast resources, and
the USA has $16 TRILLION of debt. The USA imports billions of $'s worth of products from China, numerous US corporations have interests there and
plenty of your largest banks have massive chunks of their cash invested in this Chinese smokescreen too.
If the rest of the world were rosy and doing fine, your point would stand, but we have a Euro on the point of collapse, several EU nations needing
more bailout money, the UK groaning under increasing austerity and public backlash, and the USA hasn't even STARTED their cuts and Austerity measures
When you take into consideration that all nations are failing economically, someone has to come out on top, and that is STILL either China or Russia
I never thought of it as a "Zionist" thing either. How do Zionists benefit from convincing the world that China is the next global superpower? That
just doesn't make sense.
And even if it were true, they've obviously failed, because no MSM is talking about it, and if you ask any layman in the street about who will be the
next global superpower they'll look at you with a blank stare before going back to watching American Idol and stuffing their face with burgers.
Just because we are aware of these scenarios and possible catastrophes coming down the line, doesn't mean the masses have a clue.
As for the OP, I think there have been reports from plenty of people over the last five years warning of the collapse of the Chinese property bubble.
This is one of the biggest bubbles the world has ever seen, they've been building out of control for a decade, with extreme corruption the likes of
which we've never seen before.
The fact that anyone considers this a surprise is in fact the real surprise in my opinion.
So, what is going to collapse first? Will the Euro collapse when Spain finally admits that it's bankrupt (another property bubble there) or will it
be China taking the world to hell in a hand-basket?