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TrinityShemale Post time: 2012-10-23 18:42
Totally agree with this point. America doesn't fear China, China doesn't fear us. It would be ni ...
> america and china doesn't fear each other
while politics is one of the biggest six million dollar questions, but, due to the capitalistic nature of america's social structure (capitalism) and of the social structures of the chinese animal (again capitalistic to the core), economics, my take, will be the chemical compounds which will ultimately bond the two together.
however, and as i had said here in the past and i'll say again, and, this is based on the presumption i see of america, which is that she is nummero uno and hence no compromises: the prospects thus for the lessening of tensions of and for the wiping off of the indifference that exists between the two just won't happen untill an arm wrestle of kind between the two have taken place.
this competition (arm wrestling), when it happens, will serve as the medicine which will bring the two to their better senses and this sense i'm taking about is that the two will be forced to come up with the self-raising soul searching question: why not coexist as partners in business in a business world and in an entreprenerial environment instead of existing in a state of constant wariness over one another as we now do instead?
i mean jeep america has just announced that it is going china. gm and ford is already there. chrysler is trying to find a crack in it. boeing is doing a hell of a business with its dream liner. microsoft and apple had just announced that they will be unveiling their wWindows-8 and their micro i-pad. shell and likely exxon is drilling away in the south china sea. and the list goes on and on... so how are you going to divorse all of that from the world of the chinese? you just can't!
Yes, a squirmish of kind will have to happen before the prospect of mutual coexistence becomes a reality for the two and my premonition of what kind of a squirmish and where this will like take place is that it'll be somewhere in the open sea in the Asia Pacific and it won't have anything to do with either the South China Sea or that of the East China Sea.
i foresee it as something having to do with frictions created by some kind of ludicrust sanctions which turn blocade for the chinese that the Chinese just won't take lying down and that the americans had made a grave calculated risk in enforcing.
i envision a number of surface vessels, equally from both sides, renderred inservicible; kia's in the three digits both sides; zhongnanhai and the pentagon switched to full war mode; and, a cease fire ultimately arrived at and the years following, just like it is with nam-american relations, and, my tiny wennie little kiddies will be giving me the middle fingers, and you theirs, and they will go marying one another as if no borders exists for mankind. i mean isn't that sad?
damn! and i was prechin someone here about novels...