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chinoamigo Post time: 2017-3-15 06:14
Similar scenario ran in Germany during pre-World War II era; when Germany was imposed upon with numerous and heavy war reparations, tariffs and sanctions by Western Colonial Powers for over a quarter century; eventually that country sank into mega depression, and made way for World War II, when Germany struck back. So don't discount on the fact that history can repeat itself.
Since you mentioned about that so-called Australia, a giant resourceful continent in Asia Pacific region, only a couple hundred miles away from Indonesia & South-East Asia; I always wonder how come there's no Asian-Pacific Islanders in that vast land inhabiting when Anglo pirates arrived and looted in late 18th century? This doesn't make sense to us, since you can find Asian-Pacific Islanders historically inhabiting in Pacific such as in New Zealand, Guam, Tahiti, Tonga, Fiji and Hawaii. Obviously something is not right here! The eerie question is that if they hiding something else behind this logic?!
What happens when you place wealth above all else: Germany during pre-World War II era, was imposed upon with numerous and heavy war reparations, tariffs and sanctions by Western Colonial Powers for over a quarter century; eventually when that country sank into mega depression, which made way for World War II, as Germany struck back.
Similar scenario ran in Japan, when that nation too was bullied by maritime sanction; essentially blocking the whole island through naval blockage by Anglo empire naval ships for so long until Japan ran out of (imported) oil, and struck back at Pearl Harbor naval base whose naval ships participated in this year-long sanction. Do not discount on the fact that history can repeat itself.
Systematic Genocide and Pillage and Plunder of Native Lands continues. Here's just one example,
By the numbers, in production rankings:
1. United States
1. United States
2. Saudi Arabia
(source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, April 2017)