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THE REAL DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PRODUCT ECONOMY AND A SERVICE ECONOMY. [Copy link] 中文

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A product-oriented economy produces tractors that increase the productivity of the farmer, so that fewer people have to work.  A service-oriented economy disassembles its tractors and melts their metal into plowshares, so that more people can find work.



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WAKE UP!!!

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This post was edited by abramicus at 2015-1-3 21:00

Why is a product economy better than a service economy?

In a product economy, the number of people who can find a job may be fewer than in a service economy, but the number of people who have to work is even fewer than in a service economy, and these people who do not have to work in a product economy are the children, the wives, and the elderly, who in a service oriented economy have to work to help the family make ends meet as the salaries are much lower than in a product economy.  

Thus, the ratio of those who find work divided by those who have to work is much higher in a product economy than in a service economy.  The current emphasis of economic growth of sacrificing production in order to grow service jobs is a BIG FAT LIE.  China would much prefer to be a country with cars, trains and planes, than a country using bicycles, rickshaws and sampans, even if the latter can employ grandma, grandpa, mommy, and all the children.

ITS NOT TOO LATE TO TURN BACK NOW, BUT TURNING BACK MUST OCCUR NOW, BEFORE THE PRODUCT ECONOMY CAREFULLY BUILT BY DENG XIAOPENG, AND CHINA'S FOREIGN CURRENCY RESERVES, ARE DESTROYED BY SHEER STUPIDITY PACKAGED AS ERUDITION.

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Is that an admission China is very weak in the service sector?



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Revolutionar Post time: 2015-1-5 11:56
Is that an admission China is very weak in the service sector?

Indeed, a Product economy is a progressive one, well known of course.
The US of A is the top model to the world And SUCCESSFULLY used by its Master, which's well known as well.

You produce drones and USE them successfully by crippling millions of bystanders.
News like: 01/03/15 afghanistantimes: NATO airstrike killed 18 militants in Paktika.     And how many crippled civilians?
01/04/15 Xinhua: Airstrikes kill 25 militants in E. Afghanistan in 2 days.   And how many civilians were crippled?

http://icasualties.org/oef/

Just because you get paid for writing silly remarks should not lower you to be amongst the Willing ones to be knocked up-mentally.


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Post time 2015-1-10 15:53:50 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2015-1-10 15:55

Service economy is an euphemism for slave economy, where everyone has to work in order to feed himself, but whose work cannot feed his own family.  A service economy is always subservient to a product economy, which alone can produce the things that every servant wants and needs.  Turning China into a service economy is one of the two legs of the Great Leap Backward espoused by Western-trained economic hit men.

The other leg is the overvaluation of the Yuan that makes all Chinese products overpriced abroad in dollars and internally in Yuans, killing off the product economy that made China the biggest creditor nation in the world - now no more!

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