CHINA 2021: THE CHINESE CENTURY

The 20th century was the American century – the 21st century will be the Chinese century. The business of China is business; the business of America is war.

While America spent countless trillions waging and losing endless wars and enriching its military industrial complex, China has spent its trillions advancing the nation’s businesses and building its 21st-century infrastructure.

And while America and Europe have outsourced their manufacturing to China and developing nations to increase profit margins, China’s dual circulation/self-sustaining economic model is directed toward keeping jobs and trade and profits within the nation, thus relying less on global trade.

It should be noted that U.S presidents, especially Barack Obama, used to brag about “American exceptionalism.” As the nation declines financially, socially, physically, and mentally, that phrase is no longer repeated by its top politicians.

While the rest of the Western world is relocking down its economies, China, where the virus first broke out, is completely reopened.

Of all the world’s major nations whose gross domestic products will be in decline, China stands alone in having its GDP rising into positive territory. Their economy is fully opened up, with its manufacturing rebounding, and the nation continues to expand its market share in products and presence in regions around the world… making it difficult for the U.S. and other western countries to catch up.


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10 Comments
  1. Philip Zyrski 2 years ago

    That’s the West’s fault. They should’ve never uplifted these Chinese Communists who would in turn stab the West in the back when the time is right. They stole western and even Russian technology, they have severe issues with intellectual property theft. Our trade deficits were in the hundreds of billions of U.S. Dollars every single year and only got worst as time went on. China bought U.S. debt investments and have become one of our main creditors! Our manufacturing jobs went to them as well. The Chinese Communist Party even tricked our politicians into forming joint ventures where the Chinese would own 51% of the stock. That means that they make the final decisions at our expense. Thanks to our Sell Out politicians, we’re now in a lose – lose situation with China.

    • Matt 2 years ago

      Some of America’s tech was stolen however a lot of it was sold off by corrupt politicians or just handed over by our fake “ally” in the Middle East.

      There has been a technology transfer going on for many years from West to East (from USA to China/Israel) and it continues until today.

      Why? Because our leadership on both sides of the false right/left paradigm have sold out America.
      Only the US military can stop this trend, only if they too haven’t been corrupted beyond repair.

      • Heather McConnell 2 years ago

        Absolute truth and almost no blogger/vlogger/editor will tell the enormous truth you just told.
        Who is behind the face mask? Someone wants no truths to be spoken out loud or written on social media. Masks are more of the same “politics of shut-up,” coming from the same place.
        How does it go? The one we can’t criticize is the one who owns us. We didn’t sell ourselves. But some group has been slaving for profits for millennia.

      • Dillon Sawyer 2 years ago

        Well stated.

  2. Nick Steed 2 years ago

    While the bankrupt US was spending trillions over the last twenty years, getting it’s ass kicked in the Middle East and Africa, China was developing trading partners. They built 3,600 miles of road and railways in Africa, more than 16 ports, dozens of large-scale electric generating stations, 130 medical centers, and 170 schools.

    125.5 giga watts of power for Africa, while we’re building windmills.

    China has the only economy that will grow rather than contract this year. They recently launched the world’s first 6g satellite. They’re collecting foreign DNA to develop vaccines and probably bio weapons. They’re conducting gene editing experiments to improve the physical capabilities of their two-million member armed forces. They’ve developed a hypersonic nuclear missle. They’re testing a hypersonic jet engine that will be able to reach anywhere in the world within two hours. They’re developing a computer that is 10 billion times times faster than Google’s super computer.

    While the yield on 10 yr. US Treasuries is a pitiful 0.97%, and falling, the China 10 yr. Government Bond yields 3.303%. As Trends Journal previously reported, ‘Better yet, their economy doesn’t need any stimulus, so their interest rates can rise’.

  3. roksteady 2 years ago

    I wonder… If the twenty first century really is to be the Chinese century they’ll have to revolutionise the manufacturing and construction standards upon which their boom is based; sub standard materials, shoddy manufacturing practices, incompetent engineering and corruption all mean that China’s manufacturing and construction booms are built on foundations of sand and not sustainable in the long run. Don’t they also have huge debt problems?

    They’ll have to invade and recolonise Taiwan to have any chance of making it happen. They have huge problems developing competitive semi conductor chips and without that they’ll be reliant upon foreign technology to support their development.

    What will the Ziocons behind PNAC be planning to prevent such a transition?

    Will the Jewish supremacists behind Israel be satisfied to let China take the lead in the NWO, or will their vanity and arrogance lead to them subverting and subjugating China like they have done the US in order to declare themselves rulers of the NWO?

    • Dillon Sawyer 2 years ago

      The Chinese can give you the highest quality possible. But like everything most people/business want the cheapest price. When wages in N.A. are going down quality isn’t the first priority.

  4. mnpund 2 years ago

    The war on terror blinded Americans and the West to the rise of China. When did China join the WTO?

    From the sky shall come a great King of terror,
    to bring back to life the great King of Angoulmois (Mongolia).

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