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The Great Fall of China
China’s Economy Heads Toward Stormier Waters
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  • Jacksonian_Libertarian

    “China’s economy still has a lot going for it in the long run, but in the immediate term, things look rough.”

    I don’t see it that way at all. It was foreign investors that were responsible for the “Chinese Economic Miracle”, and the record shattering capital flight means those investors are desperate to get their capital out of China.

    In the decades since the fall of the Iron Curtain, China hasn’t created a single world class name brand like Sony, Toyota, Kia, Samsung, Intel, Microsoft, Apple, etc. This indicates a massive lack of creativity, which further indicates that the “Feedback of Competition” doesn’t function in China, and without the foreign investors and their “Competition” developed skills, knowledge, and brand captive world markets, China’s future is bleak.

    The Leftist mainstream media like to talk about all the Billionaires in China, without ever recognizing who they are. I’ll give you one guess about the nature of the Chinese Billionaires.

    When you add in China’s belligerence in the China Sea and on its borders, as well as its spectacular strategic weakness to a blockade of its ports. What you have is a China accelerating into the wall. The crash is going to be historic, and any spectators in close proximity, can kiss their ___ goodbye.

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