posted on Jan, 23 2013 @ 04:51 PM
reply to post by Bluesma
China has way too many problems at home to have the time or money to become the next Superpower. I have been around and I can tell you when you watch
the Chinese Economic Boom on TV as the Chinese Communist Party loves to show video of all their new projects and buildings...what you do not see is
the other 1.5 Billion People who live in poverty in China.
China will very soon have it's own Class Warfare and the cureent Rise of China as an Economic Power has been created by The United States.
The CIA and NSA along with Military Planners made a choice shortly after Nixons visit to China. The choice was...do we continue to treat mainland
China as non-existant or do we nurture this budding relationship by allowing China to be able to sell goods to the worlds largest market...the
Since the U.S. was worried about the Soviets and rightly so after Yeltsin displayed Soviet Military plans and timetables to invade the Middle East
through Afghanistan...set up a warm weather Naval Shipyard off Kuwaitt and then invade Europe. These were VERY REAL PLANS with a timetable...not just
standard contingency plans.
The U.S. allowed China access to U.S. Markets thereby strengthening our relationship to hedge the Soviets. After the fall of the Soviet Union it was
decided to continue to allow China access to U.S. Markets in the hopes that China's Youth would undergo WESTERNIZATION as have many the youth of many
countries around the world.
This has happened and a demonstration of this was seen as Chinese Students built a Chinese version of the Statue of Liberty in a Square which will go
down in History as a place of slaughter for those Chinese who loved Freedom. The U.S. Intel. Groups underestimated the ruthless brutality of the
Chinese Communist Party.
Now the U.S. finds itself as owing large amounts of money to China but this was a miscalculation by the Chinese Communist Party. In giving these
loans to the U.S....China has effectually contained itself. Any Military action by China that the U.S. would see as a threat to U.S. National
Security will have the effect of having the U.S. stop all loan payments to China as well as stop China from selling and shipping goods to the U.S.
As there is NOTHING that the U.S. purchases from China that is of any strategic need...the U.S. can easily go without such imports. China on the
other hand cannot economically survive without U.S. Loan Payments or U.S. Goods Purchases since almost the entire Chinese Economy has been built and
structured to serve the needs of U.S. Consumers. If the U.S. stopped allowing such shipments as well as stopped Loan Payments...China's Economy
would collapse within a WEEK. This is not my assessment but the assessment of Walllstreet, the FED, the CIA, NSA, DIA and the World Bank.
China cannot survive without the United States. A Billion Chinese depend upon income generated from producing goods designated for sale to the U.S.
Goods that the people of the United States can easily do without.