the dragon

The only way to restore prosperity for the USA is for all American companies manufacturing their products there to pull out of China and for Africa to resist China moving in to use it for exporting it’s natural resources.


Obama served notice on Sunday that the United States was fed up with China’s trade and currency practices as he turned up the heat on them and it’s about time.

China shot back that it refused to abide by international economic rules that it had no part in writing.

“First we have to know whose rules we are talking about,” Pang Sen, a deputy director-general at China’s Foreign Ministry said.

Pang Sen continued, “If the rules are made collectively through agreement and China is a part of it, then China will abide by them. If rules are decided by one or even several countries, China does not have the obligation to abide by that.”

The Govenment in Bejing is godless! ¬† I’ll never understand why American companies who DO believe in God have a business relationship with Communist China.

They have no sense of doing what is decent or right for others or their own people, they lack honesty and integrity in business and their statement about not abiding by rules which they were not included to write says a lot about their core values, they have none.

It has been 20 years since Russia abolished the Communist party, last week they joined the civilized world and was approved to be a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO). They will be creating a manufacturing zone for American companies and Europe… China will deserve the spanking they are about to receive and will fall very quickly economically which will remove their military threat to their neighbors.

China will eventually fall… the “dragon” will be defeated!

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