China’s Economy Is In DANGER!
2021-11-06 at 4:06 AM UTCChina's economy is facing a dangerous confluence of inflation, where the value of the currency decreases, and stagnation, where the economy is stagnant, or stops growing. This phenomenon is called stagflation, and it's a perfect economic storm that no country's leader wants to see. In a scandal of monumental proportions, Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai has accused a former Politburo Standing Committee member of sexual assault. And China sent a record number of planes into Taiwan's air defense zone in October, an escalation in its aggressive claims that Taiwan is part of mainland China. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for that and more of this week's China news headlines.
2021-11-06 at 4:22 AM UTC1. the entire global economy is facing massive inflation, China at least has the ability to plan for it
2. Taiwan is China
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Originally posted by Nile No way boomer. Chiner has way more economic weight than the ruskis ever did.
Yes, I am a boomer and proud of it. But you see that means I lived through the history we are discussing while only know what your state controlled education system told you about it. China is a paper tiger both militarily and economically. No society built from the top down can last. The USSR lasted a scant 69 years. The PRC is at 73 and having the same issues the USSR started to have in 81.
2021-11-06 at 5:05 AM UTCI dropped out am an outsider savage on this territory. Still hold my opinion tho.
2021-11-06 at 6:59 AM UTCCollectivization is evil. TAKE THE COCAINE FROM THE POOR AND GIVE IT TO THE RICH
2021-11-06 at 7:45 AM UTCIt's delusional to think that China will collapse before the US does.
1. Virtually all writers who survived the fall of the Soviet Union see the US as following in its footsteps, not China - http://www.cluborlov.com/ is a good example.
2. The primary cause for the fall of the Soviet Union was the new leadership (ie. the next generation) did not believe in the socialist/communist ideals of their fathers and ended up idealising the materialism offered by the west. This started with the youth studying in the west, then living there, funneling their wealth there and eventually carving up state infrastructure and selling it off. It was effectively a cultural, not economic or military victory for the west.
The Chinese leadership is in nowhere near the same position - contrary to the propaganda US think-tanks are paid to pump out, the CCP enjoys broad support across the population, largely due to its integration in every level of society.
It is an authoritarian model that is created from the desires of the majority - its legitimacy to the people comes from the same place that rejects the special minority interests (such as LGBQWERTY and ethnic minority lobbies) that plague western liberal democracy. The Chinese government performs the general will of the everyday Chinese, where the US government demonises, attacks and displaces from the workforce its most productive demographics in favour of it's least productive.
3. Even if it were an issue of an economic arms race like there was between the US and USSR, China is spending nowhere near the US or even Russia's level when it comes to military as a proportion of annual budget or production. It still has the biggest production base in the world and is moving toward high-tech microprocessor manufacture even without Taiwan - the major issue here is designing chips in such a way that they don't violate existing patents, not a question of technical capability.
The only way their economy fails is if they're totally locked out of the US and EU markets as well as having BRI initiatives sabotaged to keep them out of developing Eurasian markets, but that's a tall order and seems unlikely.
4. If they really thought China was collapsing, would US military leadership have finally admitted that the world is no longer monopolar?
We're entering into a tri-polar world with the US, Russia and China being all great powers. Just by introducing three vs two you get increased complexity.
Sure Milley is a hardcore faggot, but that's an official statement coming from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs.
2021-11-06 at 1:58 PM UTC
Originally posted by Speedy Parker China's economy is facing a dangerous confluence of inflation, where the value of the currency decreases, and stagnation, where the economy is stagnant, or stops growing. This phenomenon is called stagflation, and it's a perfect economic storm that no country's leader wants to see. In a scandal of monumental proportions, Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai has accused a former Politburo Standing Committee member of sexual assault. And China sent a record number of planes into Taiwan's air defense zone in October, an escalation in its aggressive claims that Taiwan is part of mainland China. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for that and more of this week's China news headlines.
2 - the main reason china yuan is losing its value is because the USD, which yuan is tied to when buying oils and gasses and other imports, IS LOSING ITS.
3 - Peng Shuai accuses the CCP top dog for "raping" her after dating him for 7 years. 7 years in "rape".
4 - at least be honest when talking about taiwanese ADIZ if your not an idiot. the only reason PLAF planes "intrude" into taiwanese ADIZ is because whichever jéw that decided on the issue DECIDED TO DRAW TAIWANESE ADIZ DEEP INTO CHINA'S TERRITORY.
BE HONEST, SHOW US THR MAP OF TAIWANESE ADIZ.
10 - lastly china unsencored is sponsored content brought to ignant americants by the all seeing See Eye Air.
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2021-11-06 at 3:21 PM UTCspecial parker is out of his specialized niche market ammo again.
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2021-11-06 at 7:57 PM UTCDoom and gloom media propaganda. China's probably doing well. Soft military campaign.
Meant for domesticals.