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National emblem of the People's Republic of China

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The article above doesn’t give a complete picture of China.  It is, however, a salient one.

There are MANY who would lead us to believe that China is an emerging power; an emerging SUPER power.

In 2009 the population of China was pegged at 1,331,460,000!    That is almost four times the population of the U.S.  It’s ludicrous that they are NOT a power already.

Why is China soooooo backward?  Why do so many of it’s people live in squalor?  Why after what 5000 or so years of “civilization” are they playing catch up?  They have had a HUGE head start.

Well in my not so humble opinion for the vast majority of Chinese history, the Chinese people were chattel.  Not much has changed.   Their system is oppressive. and has been for a REALLY LONG TIME.  As such, China is a threat.  It’s a society that does NOT share our values.  It is a government that regards its people as tools.

What do their leaders think of us?  How do they regard our society?  Well, if they see their own people as tools, I can’t imagine they think very highly of us.   Given their trade practices, of which I have some personal experience, they don’t respect us.

I think it’s time our relations with China reflect the reality that they are NOT our friends.   Maybe enemy is not the right word either.   Maybe it is.


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Time and again, the ruling class deems it necessary to” save us” by engaging in economic policies which are PROVEN failures.  Sadly, these elitists have a cheering section amongst the populace which further empowers these idiots.

Does 2 + 2  EVER equal anything other than 4?   NO.

Here are two videos which succinctly and engagingly demonstrate the failure in theory and practice of  Keynesian style economics.

Please watch and share!

Here’s another gem.

A man without reason.

I remember not too long ago having to endure a European visitor to our country expound to me why it was soooo necessary for our government to load up crushing debt and spend it on our behalf.  I wish I had seen and was very familiar with the principles and events put forth in these videos.  He would have learned (maybe) to keep his feckless, cradle to grave euro-nanny-state nonsense to himself.

About Keynes:

Keynes spent his ENTIRE life in government service and academia.  He never ran a business other than some private tutoring.  Despite this lack of any USEFUL experience he is revered as an economic genius, probably because he writes well.  If Einstein were the same caliber of genius as Keynes, “Fat Man” would have been little more than a big firecracker.   If you don’t know, “Fat Man” was the code name for the atom bomb we dropped on Hiroshima.