Tuesday, December 17, 2013

China To One Day Replace the United States of America as the Leader of the World?

This e-mail is more than

  the bridge. Take note after the bridge how aggressive and worldly the Chinese

  have become.  When I was in Nassau, the Chinese bought what will be the

  biggest resort which will shadow Atlantis. Before they started working on

  it,  they built a huge beautiful, new airport because the other one would

  not be able to accommodate their rich and powerful jets from China. They are

  out buying the world!!!

   -- China

  surpassed the US to become the world's largest


------China jumped light

  yrs ahead of US Space program by launching astronauts into space while

  simultaneously building their own state- of -the- art  space


------China has the fastest

  growing economy in the world.

 ----- has the fastest

  growing military.

------fastest bullet train

  in the world.

------greatest deep sea


------buying up 2/5 of the

  world's coal, zinc, aluminum, and copper.

It's only a matter of time

  before it uses the $2 trillion America owes it as a battering ram to push its

  foreign policy objectives. Unless we see a dramatic change,  there is

  very little the bankrupt US government can do to stop it. Where you work,

  where you live, what car you drive, what you pay for food, clothing, and

  energy-you name it-will be indirectly be controlled by China because they

  will soon control the money, energy, natural resources, and ultimately much of

  your financial life. 

I received this email from a friend. He is using research from Larry Edelson who can be found on the web. 50 some years ago my brother--in-law, John Kauffman, a farmer was telling all his friends that one day the yellow race would rule the world. I was dubious but I have called attention the the growth of China in both knowledge and population and our sliding power position, respect and prestige with other countries, the latest critic being Saudi Arabia. 
Also, I have called attention to our increasing interest in circuses somewhat similar to Ancient Rome, our internet use abuse, and our pre-occupation with professional sports, drugs, gambling; now even by internet, and excessive playing of web games. 


Merle Widmer said...

Sorry, pictures didn't come through. Just enter "China's longest and highest bridge" on your search bar if you haven't already seenn it on the net.

Merle Widmer said...

Yes, I can spell fairly well most of the time. Just impatient. "seen" not seenn.

I have readers in Asia. Perhaps they will comment on this blog.