Free Trade Created the Chinese Model
By: Guest Authors
“He who restrains his appetite avoids debt” – Chinese proverb
East will never meet the West of Adam Smith. China never had a culture or tradition of respecting individual human rights. Why would anyone assume that a regime that houses worker slaves in huge chicken coops would adopt a fair trade economy? The Chinese juggernaut is a creature of Western creation. The Red Dragon never reflects the noble contributions of wealth development that grew a stable middle class and spread the fruits of democratic principles. The Chinese model is a harbinger of the global gulag and the coerced society designed to demolish cherished Western Civilization values and liberties. The masters of political confrontations have found a better way than waging world wars for imposing their planetary dominance.
Shamus Cooke – Prepping Minds for War Against China, disagrees.
“In reality, the real problem that the U.S. government has with China is two-fold: China’s growth is pushing aside U.S. influence/power all over the world, which has negative influence on the profits of U.S. corporations, which are losing contracts to Chinese companies.
In response, the U.S. is provoking China in the media and militarily, encircling China by arming U.S. allies in the region, especially India, Japan and South Korea. Hillary Clinton responded to this allegation by denying it, while the Obama administration immediately contradicted her by its actions”.
Missing in this viewpoint is an appreciation about understanding Asia from a true American warrior. A 1983 Time magazine report from the distinguished Hugh Sidey sums up the wisdom of a lost opportunity for keeping the United States out of another international interventionist tragedy. “Twice Kennedy talked about Asia with General Douglas MacArthur, and each time he came away hushed and thoughtful from what he considered an audience with greatness. MacArthur told Kennedy both times to stay out of a land war on mainland Asia. That is one of the reasons I believe Kennedy would have done differently in Viet Nam and that our history would have been far happier if he had lived”.
Internationalism is the curse of America. A full-scale war is not an option. The eminent Richard Russell succinctly states, “China wants to be the most powerful financial power on the planet. Note that I said China wants to be a “financial power,” not a military power. Militarily, China simply wants to neutralize the US, and be on a military level with the US. China knows that nobody can win the next major war between super-powers (both sides would be utterly destroyed)”.China is no friend of our country. However, the proponents of free trade deliberately conspired to ruin the domestic economy in order to replace free enterprise with a corporate/state substitute. If you doubt this assessment, review 25 Facts That Prove That China Is Kicking Our Rear Ends. Ask if these circumstances are an accident or is it part of a well-designed plan?
A “new phase of globalization” is Taking Shape in Beijing, Flag Planted on American Soil, claims the Activist Post.
“China is becoming a principal global investor. In so doing, it is entrenching itself as an engine of growth for the future, which has an added effect of laying the groundwork for its own currency to take a central role in the new relationships being developed.
At the heart of China’s global initiative is China Development Bank; counterpart to the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank. However, unlike the private Federal Reserve, China’s investment bank is firmly under state control, not the other way around, allowing it to openly invest domestically and abroad, while integrating coherent government policy decisions. Its investment strategy is rooted in entering a market where they can “buy up low-priced (financial) assets”.
At what point will Chinaâ€™s manipulative mentors and free trade globalists, put into motion the final phase of domestic destruction. Infowarsâ€™ Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones in Meet The New Boss: China Owns The United States, says the decision is already made.
“Chinaâ€™s huge accumulation of US dollars gives it the sway to lead the United States by the nose like a sheep to slaughter, holding in its hands the power to decide the economic destiny of the now collapsing American empire. The culmination of this process moved a step closer this week when Hu Jintao made it clear that China was preparing to sharpen the knife for the bloodletting to begin, by deriding the dollar as a “product of the past” and signaling its replacement with a new global monetary system based around the Chinese yuan”.
Most astute observers of the rapidly rising prices in the real cost of living should agree. Yet many introspective consumers are oblivious to the significance of the harsh consequences from a Chinese model corporatist economy. In an article in the Washington Times China: U.S. No. 1 no more, Michael Pell exposes the actual objective of the New World Order intentions for universal subjugation.
“As Constantine Menges wrote in “China: The Gathering Threat,” “In the traditional Chinese view, the world needs a hegemon – or dominant state – to prevent disorder. The communist Chinese regime believes China should be that hegemon.” Traditionally, the Chinese communists have cloaked their hegemonic ambitions under the guidance of the late Deng Xiaoping to “keep a cool head and maintain a low profile. Never take the lead – but aim to do something big.”
The fanfare of the Beijing 2008 Olympicsâ€™ is reminiscent of the 1936 Berlin Games. A fascist state under any name or uniform is still a menace to the remnants that defend Western Civilization. The display of adoration by the Obama administration for the inheritor of Mao Zedong legacy is disgusting. Hu Jintao practices a more cultivated version of the same tyranny. Even more reason why the Gold Forecaster editorial, The U.S. & China Going In Opposite Directions, has it correct.
“China is racing to be the number one economic world power and the U.S. is retreating from that position, slowly but surely. Each day, the power of the U.S. to dominate or even influence China falls slightly. Each day the power of China to influence and eventually dominate the global economy grows. At this moment in time China owns around half of U.S. Treasuries. They are already in a position to hurt the U.S. very badly, should they want to. But it is not in the interests of China to do that. China is empire-building and doesn’t want to be distracted from that. They appear to be on a winning road already. China’s is on the rising road and will soon pass the U.S. going the other way”.
However, a more accurate substitute is the use of the phrase “it is not in the interests of the global fascists“, who are integrating their own financial empires, into the Chinese model. Recall that Bill Clintonâ€™s treason of Technology Transfer, which allowed for China’s ballistic missile arsenal. In the warped world of international hegemony, the real superpowers know that the credible threat of nuclear destruction is far more potent than the actual explosion. The true fallout comes from aiding, abiding for the off shoring of industry, and systematic dismantling of the domestic economy.
Pat Buchanan asks a question in Human Events that needed a reply from Richard Nixon. Nixon was under the thumb of his controller, Henry Kissinger for the Rockefeller cabal, when he approved opening the door to China. The ending of Americaâ€™s future has a long history of treachery. â€œWhy should any nation emulate the U.S. trade policy of the Bush-Clinton-Bush era that has stripped us of a third of our manufacturing jobs and made us dependent on China and the world for the needs of our national life and the borrowed money to pay for them?â€
Free Trade is a sham. The World Trade Organization is an instrument of global exploitation. According to the National Labor Law of January 20, 1934, the Nazi state exerted direct influence and control over all business employing more than twenty persons. This record is pale in comparison to the Chinese practice of corporate sweatshops. A tabloid by the Solidarity Federation, The Catalyst, reports. “The high-profile suicides at Foxconn, who make iPhones for Apple, were merely the tip of the iceberg. There, angry workers rioted over sweatshop conditions, chanting “capitalists kill people” and brandishing pictures of the CEO of Foxconn, Terry Gou”. The transnational corporations, who eagerly support repressive regimes, easily adopt the communist methods of the Cultural Revolution.
Americans need to place the blame where it belongs; namely, the World Trade Organization proponents that seek to destroy our independence as a sovereign nation. Interdependence is a formula for global tyranny using the Chinese model to herd the sheeple into their consumer version of an opium addiction. The British Empire contained China for over a century. Now China wants revenge using indebtedness as the reprisal drug. Yet the tangible supplier of the dependency affliction is the central bank monopolies. The new world colonies had better learn the lesson of the Chinese proverb “A good debt is not as good as no debt“.