China Expands its Power
While the West is obsessed with “jobs, jobs, job,” – that is, economic growth – and while its leaders are obsessed with winning the next election, China is quietly taking over the world’s economy. And, as a consequence, they are moving towards their hoped for eventual dominance of the world (the goal of many great nations throughout history).
Historically, China has seen itself as a superior race and a superior culture (just as have many historical tribes and nations). It saw the West as a bunch of barbarians. Then, because of the scientific revolution and the writing of The Wealth of Nations, by Adam Smith, China fell by the wayside in the march of truth. After their scientific and economic advances, the nations of the West saw China and the Chinese in the same light that China historically saw the West: as inferiors. (That is, the West saw the Chinese as inferior culturally, genetically, and spiritually, just as many Chinese now see the people in the West.)
Now, with the collapse of classical communism in China – due in large part by the U.S.’s persistence in Vietnam — China has created a new historical synthesis: the synthesis of the Ideas of dictatorship, communism, free enterprise, Confucianism, and raw nationalism.
The U.S. is broke and China is drowning in cash
While the U.S. is $20 trillion in debt and while its last deficit was over $1 trillion, China is sitting on over $1 trillion in cash. They could possibly buy up the whole of New York City — with cash.
China – with its new synthesis – is now outcompeting every economy in the world. Virtually every country in the world has a trade deficit with China.
China is using much of this trade deficit – that is, its cash – to invest in countries throughout the world. It is now planning to invest over $1 trillion in the infrastructure in East Africa. It doesn’t take much thought to imagine how much influence they are going to have over the politics and economics in Africa. And how little relative influence the U.S. will have.
What is right and what is wrong?
It must be added here that China has a different system of morality than the West. The West’s system of morality is largely based on the lessons of Western history, the teachings of Jesus, and Western philosophy, while China’s system of morality is based largely on Asian history, the teachings of Confucius, and Asian philosophy.
Mao Tse Tung killed over 60 million civilians during his reign and Pol Pot killed 25% of the population during his reign in Cambodia, and Chinese leaders still haven’t expressed even a blink of the eye at such genocide. Plus, China is a dictatorship that doesn’t allow freedom of thought or speech in the area of politics and economics. Thus the march of truth in history is suppressed. And we know the long-term effects of that form of tyranny over the human mind.
Pointing out this reality is considered many in the liberal con as the fallacy of the relativity of truth as well as racist.
China is also using its trade surplus – as well as the taxes on the citizens – to bolster its military. China currently has two million men in uniform as compared to the U.S.’s 1.4 million men. Thus, if it ever came to this, we can imagine that a ground war with China, in Asia, would be a losing bet. Plus, China is a dictatorship. It can force as many men in the military it pleases, while it costs up to $1 million a year to support each volunteer U.S. soldier fighting overseas.
Added on to this discrepancy in manpower military might is the fact that the U.S. is broke: broke, broke, broke. The current wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have cost the U.S. $3 trillion so far — with no end in sight. Any new war would have to be paid for by borrowing from future generations – in addition to the $20 trillion credit card bill we are already handing them.
Then added on to this problem is the fact that Americans are tired of war. We have been at war for 15 years now. And these were wars of choice – we didn’t have to go to war. We just decided to. Iraq and Afghanistan didn’t invade us, nor even threaten to invade us. The polity is now saying: “Ok, enough is enough. No more wars. We don’t want to go to war with China. Not unless they invade us. We’re just not interested.”
China is on the move
Like an anaconda snake, China is slowly moving to dominate all the small countries that surround it. It has built an artificial island in the South China Sea and has now put missiles on this island that can attack U.S. ships for hundreds of miles around without warning.
While many of these small countries are dependent on the U.S. for protection from China, U.S.’s only realistic threat to China is a nuclear war or economic pressure. It seems that the U.S. would lose a limited war in Asia with China and the U.S. has few cards in its hand to provide economic pressure. Thus this leaves us with the empty threat of a nuclear war. Few Americans or international politicians would support the U.S. dropping the big one on China over a political/economic conflict.
Also while the U.S. has troops stationed all over the world in order to be the policemen of the world, China can concentrate all their military might only in Asia. They can deal with the rest of the world later.
Sure, we have some technological advancements that China doesn’t have, but with their efficient stealing of our technology, it will only be a few years before they catch up with us.
No generalizing about groups of people allowed
Because of the mandatory, dysfunctional elements of our civil rights movement we have laws that insist on racial diversity at the highest levels of our government and in our economy. Thus, Chinese individuals must be equally represented in the highest levels of government and national security. We must believe that no Chinese person would ever send high level technological secrets to his relatives in China. No Chinese person could be more loyal to China than to the U.S.
That is, once a Chinese person sets his foot on U.S. soil, he will give up 3,000 years of loyalty to China and instantly become loyal to the U.S. This is a mandated belief for every American. Otherwise she is a racist.
Meanwhile China recently flew an advanced jet that was the exact duplicate of one of our most advanced jets. Also 50% of the CEOs of Silicon Valley are Chinese. To do business with China, Google and Apple – and others – must give them the basic coding of their software.
Currently China has more missiles, ships, and submarines in Southeast Asia than the U.S.
In addition Chinese-Americans are suing Harvard, demanding they they have 40’% representation of students there, based on their test and grade scores. Anything else is — you guessed it — racism.
Meanwhile the white sucker watches all of this with his finger up his nose. He has little power. She has a choice between irresponsible idealism and irresponsible conservatism: between Elizabeth Warren and Donald Trump.
So, what can the U.S. do?
While the U.S. has a little economic, political, and military power left, we must work towards a world order – that is a world government — while we still have some power and influence left. This is the only way that we – and other nations – can have some power over China. That is, all of the other countries must get together and create a consensus on how to control China for the greater good of the international community.
They can do this largely by economic means: all countries insisting on economic justice in trading and manufacturing policies and using a refusal to buy Chinese produce as economic leverage. Then of course there must always be a threat of military response if China pushes its goals to an unacceptable extent.
But first of all, Americans must clearly see what is going on.
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