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Will I Be Chinese?

Updated on February 15, 2012

Fact is: the United States owes China. We are in debt up to our eyeballs and I am sure the Chinese government wants payment.

We owe China around 3 trillion dollars. How exactly could we pay that?

I felt a little like Martin Luther King last night because:

I Had A Dream!

It was a frightening dream too.

I live in Puerto Rico at this time. Puerto Rico is one of 14 territories of the United States. I know representatives were just recently meeting with United States officials about issues.

What did my dream have?

It was the people I have met here and myself being treated as slaves by Chinese military.

My dream said that the United States gave all it's territories to China in payment for the enormous debt.

Could it happen?

I believe it isn't far-fetched at all.

The territories I am talking about are:

American Samoa:
American Samoa

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Northern Mariana Islands:
Northern Mariana Islands

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Puerto Rico:
Puerto Rico

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U.S. Virgin Islands:
US Virgin Islands

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Wake Islands:
Wake Island

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United States Territories

  1. American Samoa-58,000 people
  2. Baker Island-uninhabited
  3. Guam-176,000 people
  4. Howland Island-uninhabited
  5. Jarvis Island-uninhabited
  6. Johnston Atoll-uninhabited
  7. Kingman Reef-uninhabited
  8. Midway Islands-A few workers
  9. Navassa Island-uninhabited
  10. Northern Mariana Islands-87,000 people
  11. Palmyra Atoll-uninhabited
  12. Puerto Rico-4,000,000 people
  13. Virgin Islands-109,000 people
  14. Wake Island-300 people

Would They?

If you really consider United States options, it all makes sense.

I wonder if we could all become Chinese slaves real soon.

You know, there are sure a lot of Chinese restaurants here in Puerto Rico. I wonder if I will be a dishwasher or a toilet cleaner?

Lets all face it, China owns us.

I think all our politicians who have spent and spent our money should be the ones getting the worst jobs.

Send President Obama out to get dead animals on the side of the road.

Congress people on a chain gang fixing railroad tracks by hand.

So on and so forth.

Well this is my name in Chinese--what's yours?

格雷格青蛙--Greg The Frog

Congress working on the Chinese railroad
Congress working on the Chinese railroad | Source

© G.L. Boudonck


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    • Shri Mc profile image

      Shri Mc 

      6 years ago

      Good Hubs

    • Froggy213 profile imageAUTHOR

      Greg Boudonck 

      6 years ago from Returned to an Isla Del Sol - Puerto Rico Will Rise Strong

      es, you are correct

    • Shri Mc profile image

      Shri Mc 

      6 years ago

      How come the last few years I been saying this made people think I was crazy and paranoid. You just validated me. We will be in a better position because we won't be in denial until only crappy positions are left.

      Did not the bible say that princes of the east would come to collect? LOL

    • Kristeen profile image


      6 years ago from Michigan

      I voted this up, funny and interesting. It made me laugh, but I'm not so sure its really funny. Definitely something to think about.

    • Froggy213 profile imageAUTHOR

      Greg Boudonck 

      6 years ago from Returned to an Isla Del Sol - Puerto Rico Will Rise Strong

      Link please Druid Dude, because I read much higher

    • Druid Dude profile image

      Druid Dude 

      6 years ago from West Coast

      Our actual debt to China is around 300 billion.

    • Mr. Happy profile image

      Mr. Happy 

      6 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Damn Amigo ... you're in the line of fire ... lol!!

      Just joking.

      China woun't get its money from the States like the IMF is not getting its money from Greece. Or Portugal. Or Spain ... or Italy, Ireland, etc.

      As our societies are set-up now, debt will constantly increase and it can never be paid-off because interest is money invented out of thin air. It never exists in any real sense and it can never be paid because the material cash flow is just not there ... this is all an illusion created by banksters in Brussels (IMF) or at the Federal Reserve ... all crooks.

      Nice write. I enjoyed it. Ultimately, we might all be Chinese because they tend to multiply faster than all the rest of us put together.

      Latino for life here though ... Cheers!

      P.S. I'm not picking a Chinese name - I have too many as it is ... roffl

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      6 years ago

      Interesting take on the Chinese-US issue of debt. The only thing people tend to overlook is that China is quite dependent on the United States. Yes, we owe them boatloads of money however our market is the best place for them to sell goods and make money. China asking the United States to pay in full would be counteractive to the ambitions of an upcoming Chinese superpower.


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