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A disaster ahead as warning signs piling up in China?   [Copy link] 中文

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This post was edited by matt605 at 2011-12-20 03:09

I cannot be impressed by a WSJ article that begins with a statement of how good things are in the USA and EU, but I would never bet against America or China either.  You listening, Europe?



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Note that article on China are either of two categories

1)  Overestimation or exaggerations of China's capabilities and praise for the future of China.  

2)  China's imminent and negative economic fate.

The two are on the  opposite end of the spectrum in tone, but they have the same purpose - to get the Chinese unduely excited and to get China off balance.  Post both of them in an unrelenting manner and one of them will inevitably catch the Chinese off guard, especially if they are in a vulnerable state.

Another purpose of such articles is to get the Chinese to become self-conscious as well as to alternate China's focus from an internal one to an externally dictated one.   

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