CHINA IS NEVER RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY OF THE NEGATIVE STUFF THAT GOES ON IN THE WORLD TODAY. The most blatant example is the GLOBAL Financial Crisis, but CHINA can PUMP UP NUMBERS so it was never in a recession to begin with, but they STILL pump up numbers
China is a landmass, People in China are trying to farm up enough to start businesses in an unstable climate, China's Government (like our own) is an operation consisting of many who sign agreements in private for which no accountability is ever really present. All governments do the same thing and the media (just like us) cover what they think will get the most "clicks" out of the sponsors affiliates, so we can only rely on one basic fact in all of this..... We do nothing to fix problems that we dont claim to be responsible for, China has that same policy. When you go into a public place where a mess is made, is the person who made the mess ever really the one who cleans it up? Maybe if people own the place they take care of it, but when its everyone's fault nobody cleans it.
I notice you start a lot of threads hostile to China. Do you have an agenda there?
by fishskinfreak2008 9 years ago
More evidence that the US (and therefore, GLOBAL) economy still has a long way to go before it recovers. ATTN: CHINA
by fishskinfreak2008 9 years ago
This wouldn't be a surprise at all
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