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Sep 30 10:40

Hong Kong Riots US Gov Plot?

Sep 30 10:36

China Accuses U.S. of Fomenting Hong Kong Unrest

The U.S. has certainly promoted regime change worldwide, often by using non-governmental organizations as front groups to funnel money to dissidents who will overthrow the government.

For example, USAID has been called the “new CIA”, and FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds told Washington’s Blog that the U.S. State Department is involved in many “hard power” operations, often coordinating through well-known “Non-Governmental Organizations” (NGOs). Specifically, Edmonds explained that numerous well-known NGOs – which claim to focus on development, birth control, women’s rights, fighting oppression and other “magnificent sounding” purposes or seemingly benign issues – act as covers for State Department operations. She said that the State Department directly places operatives inside the NGOs.

Edmonds also told us that – during the late 90s and early 2000s – perhaps 30-40% of the people working for NGOs operated by George Soros were actually working for the U.S. State Department.

Sep 30 10:23

HONG KONG PROTESTS PART OF HILLARY'S "CHINA WILL PAY" THREAT

Today's big story tells of a "spontaneous" student uprising and a horrible "crackdown" taking place in Hong Kong (part of China for past 20 years). As loyal readers of The Anti-New York Times are well aware of by now, yet unbeknown to most of the silly young University punks of Hong Kong, these types of protests are the clear handiwork of the CIA. The fact that factory workers have joined the students is further evidence that this is a "color revolution' maneuver.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am sure that Hillary will see this as revenge on China for standing up for Assad, but I think the primary agenda is to wreck BRICS before it fully activates in January!

Sep 30 10:19

Office opposes foreign interference in HK

The Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the HKSAR — discussing media tycoon Jimmy Lai Chee-ying’s meeting with a former US official — said it opposed foreign forces interfering in Hong Kong’s affairs.

A special edition of Eastweek showed Lai, owner of Next Media and Apple Daily, meeting Paul Wolfowitz, a former US deputy secretary of defense in George W. Bush’s administration. The pair met on Lai’s private yacht for five hours in late May.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The US hand in the China protests is showing itself!

Sep 29 13:05

Stunning Drone Clip Reveals Massive Size Of Hong Kong Protest

For those curious why the Hong Kong protests over the weekend have sent shivers across the world’s capital markets, pushed the Hang Seng 2% lower, and impacted both European and US futures, not to mention leading to worries that China may get involved any second and result in another Tiananmen square event, the following clip from HK’s Apple Daily, taken by a drone, shows just how massive the demonstrations, which according to some estimates involved just why of 100,000 people, taking place in Hong Kong are.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The crowd doesn't look all that large. Certainly smaller than Egypt's revolution that ousted Mubarak. About the size of the manufactured crowds the US created in Iran in 2009 and Ukraine last January!

Sep 29 12:17

Hong Kong police prepared to escalate use of force against pro-democracy protestors

Police are prepared to use escalating levels of force to dislodge tens of thousands of pro-democracy protestors from the central business district of Hong Kong, says the son of a former senior official.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is feeling like another one in a long series of US-backed covert attempted overthrow of a foreign government. Since the end of WW2 the US has tried to covertly overthrow the governments of over fifty nations, succeeding about half the time. Successes include Iran in 1953 and Chile in 1973. Failures would include Iran in 2009, and I think at this point one could hardly call last January's overthrow of the elected government of Ukraine a stunning success!

Sep 29 09:29

LATUFF’S SPOOF ON PLAYING WITH FIRE IN HONG KONG

Hong Kong Protesters Defy Officials’ Call to Disperse
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Sep 29 07:19

Recent US military drills focus on possible war with China: Report

Stars and Stripes explained in a detailed report the Pentagon’s Air-Sea Battle concept during last week’s Valiant Shield exercise over the western Pacific Ocean.

The exercise with 18,000 US forces tested the concept, which is a set of tactics that blinds an enemy’s communications in space and cyberspace and destroys land- and sea-based weapons platforms, the report said.

It added that China is the only country in the Pacific with type of “anti-access, area-denial” capability that participants of the drills fought against.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"In case the destabilization in China doesn't work out, you know!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Sep 29 06:48

“THEY CAN’T KILL US ALL” Say The People In Hong Kong

Good morning and welcome to Hong Kong’s live coverage of Occupy Central.

After a night of protesters taking to the streets and sleeping on main roads throughout the city, dawn broke with no sign that the demonstrations would ease off.

There is widespread disruption across the city this morning. Stay tuned for all the breaking news.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is starting to look like another US-backed covert overthrow in progress.

Sep 25 18:50

Will Russia and China Hold Their Fire Until War Is the Only Alternative? — Paul Craig Roberts

Obama’s September 24 speech at the UN is the most absurd thing I have heard in my entire life. It is absolutely amazing that the president of the United States would stand before the entire world and tell what everyone knows are blatant lies while simultaneously demonstrating Washington’s double standards and belief that Washington alone, because the US is exceptional and indispensable, has the right to violate all law.

It is even more amazing that every person present did not get up and walk out of the assembly.

The diplomats of the world actually sat there and listened to blatant lies from the world’s worst terrorist. They even clapped their approval.

Apr 05 11:24

U.S. Underestimates China Military Growth: Study

WASHINGTON — The United States has underestimated the growth of China’s military as policymakers have taken public statements at face value or failed to understand Beijing’s thinking, a study said April 5.

Apr 05 08:18

Small wars loom large on China's horizon

Broad hints have been coming out of China that the country might start small-scale military strikes over disputed waters that are believed to hold rich energy reserves. The consequences of such endeavors would be tolerable to Beijing, international experts say.

Bitter territorial disputes China has with neighbors in the East and South China Seas have long grabbed media headlines. Virtually all countries in the region are involved in spats with China, from South Korea and Japan to the Philippines and Vietnam. In March alone, Beijing had verbal clashes with Seoul over a submerged rock; with Manila over the Philippines' plan to build a ferry pier; and with Hanoi over China's biggest offshore oil explorer's moves to develop oil and gas fields.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The problem, given today's geopolitical tensions and advances in technology, is that "small scale military strikes" can escalate out of control, creating an entirely different, and potentially unimaginable, outcome, from what they were engineered to do.

Apr 05 08:15

U.S. and allies move to counter Chinese power

The pieces of a new strategic kaleidoscope in the Asia-Pacific region are starting to fall into place as allies and security partners of the United States seek to deter China from using or threatening force to achieve its expansive aims, particularly in the South China Sea, which forms the maritime heart of Southeast Asia.

A contingent of about 200 U.S. Marines will soon arrive in Darwin, northern Australia. They are the forerunners of a bigger force of up to 2,500 marines agreed in November by leaders of the two allies.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

All of this has much to do with natural resources in the South China Seas, and what can be done to secure them for Western interests.

Apr 04 07:35

China overtakes US as world's largest grocery market

By 2015, the Chinese market is forecast to be worth £918bn compared to a US value of £675bn, says IGD.

The Chinese grocery sector was worth £607bn at the end of 2011, while the US market - which includes Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer - dropped into second place at £572bn.

"This rapid expansion has been fuelled by three main factors: rapid economic growth, population and rising food inflation," said IGD chief executive Joanne Denney-Finch.

By 2015, the Chinese market is forecast to be worth £918bn compared to a US value of £675bn, according to the report by the British grocery industry group.

Apr 04 07:19

Chinese Insider Offers Rare Glimpse of U.S.-China Frictions

The senior leadership of the Chinese government increasingly views the competition between the United States and China as a zero-sum game, with China the likely long-range winner if the American economy and domestic political system continue to stumble, according to an influential Chinese policy analyst.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I agree.

Dec 10 09:03

U.S.-China Tensions Intensify Over Korean Crisis

North Korea has been blamed for the sinking of a South Korean warship in March that killed 46 sailors. Last month, Pyongyang announced it had a uranium enrichment program. And, just before Thanksgiving, North Korea launched an artillery barrage on a South Korean island, killing four people, including two civilians.

China has been encouraging the resumption of six-party talks involving North Korea and regional powers. But U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Jim Steinberg says Washington sees that as simply a reward for bad behavior.

Steinberg will lead an American delegation to China next week to talk with officials there about North Korea.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note that this article never states that it was South Korea who started this,by their live firing exercises over disputed waters, to which North Korea responded with the shelling of this island.

But at least, next week, there will be talks between the US and China, and this may well be a hopeful sign.

Dec 10 06:48

China's Foreign Trade Hits Historic Highs In November

Looks like Americans are charging up those credit cards for one last big blow out Christmas.

Dec 09 05:52

Chinese Appetite For Gold Continues Unabated.

The Chinese appetite for gold continues unabated. Gold imports by China—the largest producer of the yellow metal in the world—is set to touch a record 260 tonnes for the year 2010, bullion dealers predicted on Thursday.

Already, the yellow metal import by China has increased five-fold for the last 10 months of 2010. By the end of November 30, the Chinese gold imports stood at 209 tonnes. In 2009, China had imported just 45 tonnes of gold, compared to the massive 350 tonnes of gold that rival India had imported in the same year. India is currently the largest gold importer and consumer in the world.

Dec 09 04:12

Chinese Government Is Buying One Of U.S.A.’s Biggest Mines.

General Moly is owned by Hanlong USA Mining, a subsidiary of Sichuan Hanlong Group, a Chinese “private enterprise.” Sichuan Hanlong Group recently received a $1.5 billion loan from the Export-Import Bank of China (China Eximbank) to support its investments in overseas mining opportunities, with $745 million towards General Moly. The Export-Import Bank of China is fully owned by the Chinese government and under the leadership of the State Council. It’s a “government policy bank.” Hanlong mining’s website states “China is on a long term growth path to becoming the world’s largest economy” and that Hanlong is “undergoing a period of rapid international expansion.”

Dec 09 01:12

China is Now #1 And The U.S. Is Now #2 --- 25 Reasons To Transition To Reality.

During the State of the Union address last January, Barack Obama defiantly declared the following to the rest of the world....

"I do not accept second place for the United States of America."

However, truth and reality are not and never were the African Queen's strong points. OUR future lies HERE

Dec 08 15:02

Wikileaks: China's GDP Numbers Are 'Man-Made'

How China Cooks the Books

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Dec 08 10:41

Russian jets halted US-Japan military drills

The US and Japan were forced to halt military exercises this week because of Russian jets flying nearby, Japanese officials have revealed.

Russia admitted its jets were flying above the Sea of Japan, but said the pilots had not breached any rules.

Moscow and Tokyo have argued recently over an island chain they both claim.

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Dec 07 20:08

Chinese government money is buying one of U.S.A.’s biggest mines

Debbie Coffey
PPJ Gazette

Part 1
It seems like there’s not much hope for Mt. Hope in Nevada. A brave group of American farmers and ranchers (and so far, Eureka County, NV) are all that is standing between our valuable American resources and water rights, and a Chinese company that has taken a $745 million loan from a bank fully owned by the Chinese Government . . .

Dec 07 10:38

US-China tensions mount amid widening war exercises

A late night Sunday telephone call between US President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao underscored the mounting tensions between the two countries in the wake of last month’s military clash between North and South Korea.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Obama's plan to save the US economy is to murder everyone the US Government owes money to!

Dec 06 04:06

US technology goes to North Korea via Israel and China

"The real danger comes in Israel's habit of reverse engineering US technology and selling to nations hostile to US interests."

American taxpayers pay to provide military technology to Israel and Israel turns around and sells it to China and others.

Are we worried about Iran's nuclear aspirations and missile technology? "China sold over 100 missiles and launchers to Iran." Remember, they were supplied by the US to Israel and sold to the Chinese by Israel.

Dec 04 15:49

US technology goes to North Korea via Israel and China

Paul J. Balles views the latest breed of chickens that may come home to roost in the USA: American military technology given to Israel courtesy of US tax dollars, sold by Israel to China, which supplies it to the North Koreans who in turn threaten to use it against the US and its allies.

Dec 04 09:28

North Korea As Pretext: U.S. Builds Asian Military Alliance Against China And Russia

Washington is proceeding at a breakneck – an alarming – pace with plans to politically and militarily polarize East Asia, using the crisis on the Korean Peninsula to do so. Attempts by China and Russia to defuse the conflict and resume negotiations aimed at its peaceful resolution are being spurned by headstrong and reckless U.S. government and military officials.

Russia and China share borders with North Korea. The U.S. is a continent away. A new conflagration on the peninsula would directly affect the first two nations. America can exploit a renewal of hostilities to reinstall itself in the Asia-Pacific region and use proxies – Japan as much as South Korea – to accomplish that objective.

Dec 04 08:31

Chinese govt advise gold buying - why? What is their plan?

Dec 04 00:41

Press TV's on US Korea Wargames - deliberate provocation

*Deliberate provocation by the US
*US trying to line up all the countries in the region (Japan, South Korea)
*To open up a cold war on China.
*Destabilise North Korea

*Very Dangerous and won't succeed.
*US is an empire attempting to use Naval power.
*Unlikely that China will back down to this kind of threat.

Dec 03 21:41

China Is `Scared' of U.S. Monetary Policy

Policy makers in China, which holds $883.5 billion in U.S. Treasuries, are concerned the nation with the world’s biggest economy is debasing its currency

Dec 03 17:48

China passenger train hits 300 mph, breaks record

A Chinese passenger train hit a record speed of 302 miles per hour (486 kilometers per hour) Friday during a test run of a yet-to-be opened link between Beijing and Shanghai, state media said.

The Xinhua News Agency said it was the fastest speed recorded by an unmodified conventional commercial train.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would like to point out that China is really taking the lead in this kind of technology; it's the kind of thing that the US used to excel at, but barely does any more.

Dec 03 07:52

Japan, U.S. Launch Largest Ever Joint Defense Drills

Dec 03 07:48

War Games In Northeast Asia Not Helpful For Peace: China

The war games with Japan aimed at China commence today.

Dec 03 07:45

Chinese Train Breaks Speed Record

416.6 kilometers/hour!

Dec 02 07:05

Chinese Editorial on U.S. Naval Exercises Off Its Coasts

The exercise in the Yellow Sea is winding down. A new exercise with the Japanese is getting under way. The new exercise practices closing off Chinese access to the Pacific.

Dec 02 06:51

U.S. and Japan Poke China In Eye With Stick

The U.S. and Japan to practice closing off China's access to the Pacific.

Dec 02 01:52

Julian Assange says WikiLeaks wants to expose China and Russia as much as US In interview, Assange denies US focus and says WikiLeaks can be force for opening up closed countries like China and Russia

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/dec/02/julian-assange-wikileaks-c...

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange wanted to expose China's and Russia's secrets as much as those of the US, and believes Hillary Clinton should resign if she ordered diplomats to engage in espionage.

Nov 30 16:07

"Pressuring North Korea" Rhetoric Is Self-Deceiving

Since the U.S. declared its return to Asia, the frequency of clashes in Korea Peninsula has accelerated.

Nov 30 09:08

MUST SEE: A Radical Experiment in Empathy, Sam Richards (VIDEO)

Sam Richards is a sociologist and award-winning teacher who has been inspiring undergraduate students at Penn State since 1990. Every semester, 725 students register for his Race and Ethnic Relations course, one of the most popular classes at Penn State and the largest of its kind in the country. Through his natural ability of seeing a subject from many angles, Richards encourages students to engage more fully with the world and to think for themselves — something he did not do until his third year in college. Because of his passion for challenging students to open their minds, an interviewer recently referred to him as "an alarm clock for eighteen-year-olds."

Nov 30 08:44

U.S. Provokes China

Nov 30 02:36

While The World Focuses on the Stumbling US Dollar and the Euro, The "Workers' Paradise" Is Showing Signs of "Western" Contagion.

China’s new financial instability is another measure of the deepening global economic crisis and sharpening social antagonisms in what we are told is a classless society. Beijing’s measures to control inflation and speculation could slash growth sharply leading to rising unemployment, poverty and social discontent. And "social discontent" in a country of 1.4 billion people may be something of an understatment.

What would Chairman Mao do?

Nov 29 21:23

6 Reasons To Start World War III If You Are A Globalist

We may or may not hear WWIII announced on the evening news, but we can look for the signs of global consolidation that defines the agenda of the New World Order. With every new conflict and every new piece of legislation it seems that those signs are becoming more obvious by the day.

Nov 29 06:23

WikiLeaks files may put ideas in heads of Chinese hackers: analysis

Perhaps of more concern to Beijing’s mandarins is not so much the content of the leaks, but the mere fact a leak on such a massive scale might put ideas into the heads of their own people or officials who chafe under draconian information restrictions.

The files contain 3297 cables from Beijing, 555 from Shanghai, 662 from Guangzhou, 260 from Chengdu 260, 120 from Shenyang 120 and 950 from Hong Kong, and Beijing will be watching anxiously to see what they contain.

Nov 28 06:23

North Korea can trigger the feared 21st century US-China war

http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=634129&publicationSubCa...

The recent exchange of artillery fire in the Yellow Sea between the armed forces of North Korea and South Korea caused Asian stocks to tumble and heightened fears that North Korea might recklessly instigate another US-China war, similar to what happened during the 1950s Korean War.

By now, many Chair Wrecker readers have realized why we have been raising the alarm for over three years now for Filipinos to watch intently the moves that the US has been making in Mindanao and against China. Three years ago, your Chair Wrecker felt like a Biblical Prophet, alone and unheeded, crying out in the wilderness.

Nov 28 06:20

North Korea can trigger the feared 21st century US-China war

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Nov 28 03:22

Max Keiser: Teutonic Genie out of bottle, America punches itself in face

Five minute video

Nov 27 11:06

Time For I Told You So; And for war…It’s inevitable now

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Okay, so war is inevitable. But if we are a free people then we have the freedom to decide for ourselves just who we shall make war on. Shall we spend our blood making war on the enemies the bankers have chosen for us, or are we, like the people of Europe, better off making war on the bankers?

Nov 26 20:33

China Hits Out At Military Drill Plans

Nov 26 17:18

CHINA TELLS AMERICA: Turn Around The USS George Washington

China's Foreign Ministry said in an online posting that naval exercises risks starting a war: "We oppose any military act by any party conducted in China's exclusive economic zone without approval."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I think that it is obvious that the United States has decided that the best way to get out of the debts owed to China is to murder the people the money is owed to! Of course, American self-image requires some kind of hoax to make it look like China is to blame for the US attack. Like Hitler and Gliewitz, Roosevelt ad Pearl Harbor, or Bush and Saddam's 'nookular' weapons.

Nov 25 09:12

Obama to call China's Hu over Korean crisis

With top U.S. officials continuing to declare that help from China will be key in calming tensions between North and South Korea, President Obama is planning to call Chinese President Hu Jintao in the next few days to discuss the critical situation, according to senior administration officials.

The phone call will come just days after Obama held a bilateral meeting with Hu on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Seoul, South Korea, where administration officials were quick to tout the fact that it was the seventh face-to-face meeting the two leaders have had since Obama took office.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF this is true ( in light of the fact that South Korean military personnel, with American "advisors" in attendance, started this whole situation), it is a positive sign.

Nov 25 08:41

IS THE U.S INDIRECTLY PROVOKING CHINA?

On Tuesday 23 November 2010 the South Korean military launched an artillery barrage that saw its shells fall into disputed waters close to North Korea. South Korea does not deny it fired first by firing shells into the disputed waters but says the shelling was ‘away from the north’. The North Koreans had already warned the South Koreans that they would consider such an act as a direct provocation and respond accordingly.

Nov 25 07:27

US urges China to act over North Korea

President Barack Obama's administration urged China to press North Korea to halt provocative actions against South Korea, after an artillery attack on the South that the U.S. called a "premeditated" violation of the truce that ended the Korean War.

As the isolated North's only ally and main economic partner, China plays a "pivotal" role in reducing tensions and has a duty to tell Pyongyang that deliberate acts "specifically intended to inflame tensions in the region" are not acceptable, the State Department said.

Nov 25 06:44

Obama calls on China to restrain North Korea, sends Carrier to area

Ashish Kumar Sen and Bill Gertz
Washington Times

The Obama administration called on China Wednesday to rein in North Korea after its artillery attack on a South Korean island, as the Pentagon ordered the USS George Washington aircraft carrier strike group to the Yellow Sea for naval exercises with South Korean forces.

Nov 24 12:14

AF ready to respond to Korea attack

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Sooner or later we will get a good war going with those Chinese bastards who wouldn't revalue their currency when we ordered them to, and then dared to drop using the dollar in their trade with Russia, and then we will have a really good excuse not to repay China all that money we borrowed!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Nov 24 10:14

U.S. Calls on China to Use Influence to Restrain North Korea

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This sounds a lot like the US asking HAMAS to stop the Palestinians from shooting back when Israel attacks them. Because South Korea provoked this exchange of gunfire by shooting into North Korean waters in what is a clear provocation.

Obama's agenda here is twofold. First, by shifting the focus from North Korea to China, he draws attention away from that provocation. Second, it is clear that between the G20, in which China refused to alter their currency when "ordered" to do so, and the dropping of the dollar in trade with Russia, that the war focus has shifted from Iran to China, with war with China being the convenenint excuse to erase the debts owed to China, and of course, that is easily worth the few million dead Americans such a war will cost, right President Pansy?

Nov 24 08:58

U.S. sends carrier to Yellow Sea for exercises near Korea

Chinese Maj. Gen. Zhu Chenghu told state-run media in July that "if the United States truly wants to take into account the overall interests of the Sino-U.S. relationship, then it must on no account send its USS Washington to the Yellow Sea." He called the area "sensitive."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Between the US debt owed to China, China's refusal to make their own people suffer to fix the US Government's self-imposed economic melt-down, and yesterday's announcement that Russia and China are dropping the dollar for bilateral trade, the US government has a strong motive to start a war with China and try to make it look like either China or China's client state North Korea's fault, in order to justify erasing those debts with bombs and the blood of young Americans. Just as the firing of shells into North Korea's waters was a provocation, the deployment of the USS George Washington into the Yellow Sea is a provocation. And I note that Popular Mechanics December magazine features a cover story about the Chinese "threat" to US aircraft carriers!

Nov 24 07:48

China, Russia quit dollar

Russia - China and Russia have decided to renounce the US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for bilateral trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is actually the big news for the day!

Nov 24 03:47

Russia, China Abandon Dollar In Trade Agreement

Putin:

http://dailybail.com/home/russia-china-abandon-dollar-in-trade-agreeme...

"Until now, under our previous agreements, we made mutual settlements exclusively in foreign currency, first of all, in U.S. dollars."

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Nov 23 23:46

China Daily: China, Russia quit dollar

http://blacklistednews.com/China-Daily%3A-China%2C-Russia-quit-dollar-...

St. Petersburg, Russia - China and Russia have decided to renounce the US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for bilateral trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday.

Chinese experts said the move reflected closer relations between Beijing and Moscow and is not aimed at challenging the dollar, but to protect their domestic economies.

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"About trade settlement, we have decided to use our own currencies," Putin said at a joint news conference with Wen in St. Petersburg.

Nov 22 03:44

Crisis of Fiat Currencies: US Dollar Surpluses Converted into Gold

Something is going on that your government does not want you to know about. Very few journalists have written about it and little or nothing has appeared in the mainstream media. The story could be one of major stories of our time.

Western powers have tried to destroy gold as a backing for currencies for many years. Presently the major media won’t touch the story and that is understandable.

Something we have been writing about for years is the Shanghai Cooperation Organization known as SCO. Few have been listening and few have been interested in what their mission is and what they have been up to.

Nov 20 13:37

China’s Netizens React to Shanghai Tower Blaze

And the frame still stands.

Nov 20 10:17

Sorcha Faal punks CNN iReport to push China missile hoax

Nov 20 07:51

Who fed the tiger?

Missiles fired from the Chinese mainland could destroy five of the six major U.S. air bases in the Far East. So states a new report of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, adding:

"Saturation missile strikes could destroy U.S. air defenses, runways, parked aircraft, and fuel and maintenance facilities. Complicating this scenario is the future deployment of China's anti-ship ballistic missile, which could hold U.S. aircraft carriers at bay outside their normal operating range."

Opposite Taiwan, China's missile force has reached 1,600.

Beijing is also building rockets, submarines and surface fleets to extend her dominance out to the third chain of islands, enabling the People's Liberation Army to strike U.S. carriers and bases as far away as Guam.

Nov 19 06:45

Encircling Russia, Targeting China, NATO'S True Role in US Grand Strategy

Israel’s aggressive stance toward its regional neighbors would be a serious liability for NATO, apt to be dragged into wars of Israel’s choosing which are by no means in the interest of Europe.

However, there is one subtle strategic advantage in the Israeli connection which the United States seems to be using… against Russia.

By subscribing to the hysterical “Iranian threat” theory, the United States can continue to claim with a straight face that the planned missile shield is directed against Iran, not Russia. This cannot be expected to convince the Russians. But it can be used to make their protests sound “paranoid” – at least to the ears of the Western faithful. Dear me, what can they be complaining about when we “reset” our relations with Moscow and invite the Russian president to our “Strategic Concept” happy gathering?

Nov 18 08:51

US panel lashes out at China

n a much-anticipated report, the US-China Economic and Security Review commission has accused Beijing of deceptive economic practises, effectively reigniting the two countries' spat over currency and trade issues.

Presenting its findings to the US Congress, the congressional advisory panel has recommended the Obama administration to take tougher actions against what it calls China's policy of keeping its currency undervalued.

On Wednesday, the commission said that China is creating global imbalances and using "market access-limiting practises" that fall outside its World Trade Organisation commitments.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This a petulant President's revenge for not getting what he wanted out of the G20 conference.

China is not to blame for the US's financial woes: our current domestic, foreign, and banking policies have brought us to the place we are now.

China has an enviable surplus: the US government may well collapse, choking under the weight its own deficit.

Jobs have been allowed by this government to be offshored, creating a huge unemployment problem in this country.

Those people who, legitimately, qualified for a mortgage when they got it, but are now without work, cannot keep up the payments, so houses are foreclosed on, and these people are now both jobless and homeless.

You have a situation where he banks have deliberately oversold those mortgages to the point where no one really knows exactly who holds the title.

Obama has continued an endless cycle of costly wars, with the situations in Afghanistan and Iraq going horrendously badly; yet, we are also at war in Pakistan, and soon, Yemen.

The only people actually "winning" in these situations are the defense contractors, who provide mercenaries, supplies and logistics, and the drug lords.

Did the Chinese government do anything to cause any of the above to happen?!? Not at all.

The US government is desperately attempting to deflect blame from the fact that it is US governmental policies which have wreaked havoc on the lives of the American people, not the Chinese government.

Nov 18 08:50

China Telecom rejects US hijack claims

A leading Chinese telecommunication company has rejected the US claims implicating the firm for some temporary redirecting of sensitive Internet traffic on US websites.

China Telecom, one of the country's major telecommunications operators, rejected US claims that its servers "hijacked" highly sensitive Internet traffic for 18 minutes on April 8 on American government and military websites, AFP reported on Thursday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

More gratuitous China-bashing and rather lame since there is no reason for such sensitive US traffic to even leave the US networks let alone route through Chinese servers. Since the "great revolt" that transformed the ARPAnet into the Internet, the military has set up a parallel network of their own, which for obvious reasons is not connected to the global internet. So this story was a non-starter, to begin with

Nov 18 08:43

China unveils jet to rival Boeing and Airbus

China has unveiled its first large domestically produced passenger jet, which aims to compete with Airbus and Boeing in the global aviation market, state media reported Tuesday.

The C919 prototype made its debut at an aviation exhibition in the southern province of Guangdong, and three major state-owned airlines were due to sign deals to buy the planes on Tuesday, the official China Daily said.

Nov 17 13:11

Peter Schiff The Comedian: "Of Course We're Not Going To Pay Back The Chinese"

TRUE MUST SEE VIDEO.

I've watched and screened more than 50,000 videos since I launched the Daily Bail 2 years ago. This is one of 5 my ALL-TIME favorites, both for humor as well as content. And without a doubt it is the BEST Peter Schiff clip of all time.

Runs just 3 minutes. Please do NOT skip the final 30 seconds.

Nov 16 14:31

Chatter on China Food Price Controls Hits Asian Stocks

It was an ugly day over in the Chinese stock markets, setting up the U.S. for a dour open.

The Shanghai Composite was down 4%, the Hang Seng was down 1.4%. The declines came on fears China may impose price controls to combat higher-than-expected inflation pressure.

While such measures may be considered as last resort by Beijing, if implemented, impact on corporate earnings could be quite negative. “Higher resource prices may force authorities to turn to price controls rather than tighten policy. It occurred in 2007, ending the bull market despite strong growth,” Nomura says...

Nov 16 12:48

Chinese workers build 15-story hotel in just six days

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now available on sale at WalMart!

Nov 16 12:37

Bad China! BAD China! Ooooh really REALLY bad China!

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"We are not at war with Iran. Iran is our friend. Iran has always been our friend! We are at war with China! China is our enemy. China has already been our enemy!" -- Big Brother

Nov 16 12:10

Police Detain 8 In Shanghai Skyscraper Fire

Nov 15 03:16

Mongolia's "Color Revolution" & Banker Colonization

As the bipolar Cold War system ended, a transitory phase of globalization was initiated in order to pave the way for global governance.

The color revolutions of the 21st century were a highly sophisticated method of transforming nation states into such a world system.

Mongolia experienced the draft form of color revolution in its "Red Rose Revolution" in the 1990's. The sparsely populated country was easier to manipulate due to its corrupt politics and post-Communist identity crisis.

As with many buffer states, Mongolia regarded it as beneficial economically, geo-strategically and security-wise to cooperate with larger powers such as the U.S. [1]

Nov 14 19:23

Dr. Bernanke Gets a Phone Call From China...

I won't spoil the surprise...

Nov 14 03:08

Awesome, Stunning Hi-Res Photos Of Asian Games

The infrastructure of China accelerates and soars while that of the US crumbles and collapses as the treasure and blood of the United States is sucked dry by parasites and leaches.

Nov 13 15:31

A lesson from China in where power lies

China believes its economic success reflects its superior culture.

Nov 13 15:12

Chinese Rating Agency Says U.S. Debt Has SAME Credit Rating As Costco Stores, Calculates U.S. ACTUAL GDP At $5 Tillion, Not The Official $14 Trillion

They Calculate True U.S. GDP At $5 Trillion (NOT $14T), And They Downgrade Bernanke From Triple FFF To 'Unmeasurable' On Worries Over His Sanity.

From the WSJ:

"Taking Dagong Credit's downgrade at face value, Uncle Sam is now on the same level as Costco, based on the big box retailer’s Standard & Poor’s rating. The Treasury can take pride, however, in ranking a notch higher than Goldman Sachs, rated only A by S&P."

Nov 13 12:59

Keiser Report ?94: Markets! Finance! Scandal!

This time Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the scandals of Americas economic Suez and neutering Iran. In the second half of the show Max talks to rare earths analyst, Kevin Kerr, about the state of this market controlled by China.

Nov 13 08:08

Asian Powers Are Starting to Call the Shots, and the US Can't Do Anything About It

Blocked from major new domestic initiatives by a Republican victory in the midterm elections, President Barack Obama promptly lit out for Asia, a far more promising arena. That continent, after all, is rising, and Obama is eager to grasp the golden ring of Asian success.

Beyond being a goodwill ambassador for ten days, Obama is seeking sales of American-made durable and consumer goods, weapons deals, an expansion of trade, green energy cooperation, and the maintenance of a geopolitical balance in the region favorable to the United States. Just as the decline of the American economy hobbled him at home, however, the weakness of the United States on the world stage in the aftermath of Bush-era excesses has made real breakthroughs abroad unlikely.

Nov 13 06:11

Chinese Build 15-Story Hotel In Just Six Days, Rest On Seventh

Six days. That's how long it took to build this level 9 Earthquake-resistant, sound-proofed, thermal-insulated 15-story hotel in Changsha, complete with everything, from the cabling to three-pane windows.

Nov 13 05:47

Spectacular opening ceremony of the Asian Games 2010 in Guangzhou, China

Laser beams, fireworks and water jets exploded from the banks of the Pearl River as China marked the opening of the Asian Games, two years after dazzling the world with a gala opener to the Beijing Olympics. The opening ceremony paid tribute to coastal Guangdong province's seafaring heritage. The venue on Haixinsha island was configured like a sailboat for the opening festivities designed by Chen Weiya, who was Zhang Yimou's deputy when he crafted the Beijing ceremony.

Nov 12 14:08

China encourages Silver Bullion for investment

Nov 12 13:57

China encourages Silver Bullion for investment

1.Flashback from 1 year ago

2. China advises it's citizens to buy Silver.

Wonder when the US government will give it's citizens this advice?

[Linked to answer a listeners question on the radio show]

Nov 12 08:23

Chinese Missiles Could Close U.S. Bases in Attack, Report Says

The Chinese military’s non-nuclear missiles have “the capability to attack” and close down five of six major U.S. Air Force bases in South Korea and Japan, an unpublished government report says.

China’s improved inventory of short- and medium-range missiles provides a “dramatic increase” in its ability to “inhibit” U.S. military operations in the western Pacific, according to excerpts from the draft of the 2010 annual report by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission scheduled for release on Nov. 17.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Is it just me, or has anyone else noticed how, all of a sudden, China has seemed to become the US's "enemy #1" after the US didn't get what they wanted from China at the G20 regarding a possible revaluing of its currency?

Just checking.

Nov 12 08:20

Pentagon Readies New Ship-Killers for Pacific Showdown

Pentagon planners were wary of China’s double-digit military-budget growth rates even before the global economic crisis put the squeeze on America’s own defense investment. Now the Chinese army’s growth continues while America’s flat-lines. That’s got the U.S. military, especially the Navy, scrambling for new ideas.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Anyone who believes, for one second, that defense spending is going to get cut in the next round of Congressional appropriations, is dreaming.

Nov 12 08:16

U.S. pledges to send super carrier to Yellow Sea for joint drills: Pentagon

The United States has reiterated its pledge to send a super carrier to the Yellow Sea for joint naval drills with South Korea without specifying the timing, despite China's objections.

"The only thing I'd answer is those are international waters and they aren't owned by China," Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a media roundtable in Melbourn, Australia, Monday, according to a transcript released by the Pentagon, Tuesday. "They aren't owned by Korea. They're international waters in which we have and many other countries have sailed forever. My expectation is we'll continue to do that."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If this happens, this action is bound to exacerbate the situation with China, rather than resolve it.

Nov 12 07:03

Chinese Rating Agency Says U.S. Debt Has SAME Credit Rating As Costco Stores

They Calculate True U.S. GDP At $5 Trillion (NOT $14T), And They Downgrade Bernanke From Triple FFF To 'Unmeasurable' On Worries Over His Sanity.

From the WSJ:

"Taking Dagong Credit's downgrade at face value, Uncle Sam is now on the same level as Costco, based on the big box retailer’s Standard & Poor’s rating. The Treasury can take pride, however, in ranking a notch higher than “Government Sachs,” rated only A by S&P."

Nov 12 06:38

Obama claims strengthened hand in global dealings

David Werner
Associated Press

YOKOHAMA, Japan — President Barack Obama claimed a stronger hand on the world stage Friday despite electoral defeats at home, failure to get a free-trade agreement with South Korea and lackluster international support for his get-tough policy with China on trade and currency disputes.

Nov 11 20:20

China Rejects U.S. Medicine

"Washington should not force others to take medicine for it's own disease."

Nov 11 20:14

Moody Raises China's Bond Rating

Nov 11 20:12

Analysis: Obama Runs Into Limits of His Power

China's take on the G-20 summit in Seoul.

Nov 11 06:54

Barack Obama Asia trip: President says US and China 'making progress'

"As two of the world's leading economies we have a special obligation to deal with ensuring strong balance and sustained growth," Mr Obama said at the start of a meeting with China's President Hu Jintao on the sidelines of a G20 summit in Seoul.

The United States says Beijing holds its yuan currency artificially low against the U.S. dollar and argues it should be allowed to rise to aid U.S. exports and jobs.

Mr Obama is pushing for specific commitments from other G20 leaders at this summit to tackle global imbalances – shorthand for the massive U.S. trade deficit and equally large trade surpluses built up by countries such as China and Germany.

Nov 10 13:48

China may be bigger economy than US within two years

Here’s a finding that will have any red-blooded American spluttering into his cornflakes. According to the Conference Board, a highly respected economic research association, China will overtake the US as the world’s biggest economy by 2012, or within two years.

OK, so in dollar terms, that’s obviously not going to be the case. It will be a lot longer than two years before China overtakes the US on that measure. But in terms of purchasing power parity, according to the Conference Board’s latest world economic outlook, China is already nearly there, and by 2020 will have reached a size of output which is nearly half as big again as the US.

Nov 10 10:46

US-Sino Currency Rap Battle

Nov 10 07:01

Chinese father punished for food safety activism

BEIJING – A father who organized a support group for other parents whose children were sickened in one of China's worst food safety scandals was convicted and sentenced Wednesday to 2 1/2 years in prison for inciting social disorder, his lawyer said.

Nov 10 06:57

China's Lead Credit Rating Agency Downgrades U.S., Second Time This Year

China’s Dagong Global Credit Rating Co. reduced its credit rating for the U.S. to A+ from AA, citing a deteriorating intent and ability to repay debt obligations after the Federal Reserve announced more monetary easing.

Nov 09 12:49

US Black Debt Hole: 'We want you all bankrupt!'

US is starting a war with China - by asking China to go bankrupt to save the US.

Nov 09 10:26

China's Dagong Downgrades U.S. to A+ on Quantitative Easing, Xinhua Says

China’s Dagong Global Credit Rating Co. cut its credit rating for the U.S. to A+ from AA because of a Federal Reserve plan to purchase bonds to spur growth and inflation, according to Xinhua News Agency.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now there is a good reason for Obama to fire off an ICBM in the general direction of China!

Nov 08 09:15

Chinese Astronauts Could Land on Moon by 2025

China will be able to land two to three astronauts on the moon by 2025, with the South Pole the most likely landing site, authorities of the Chinese lunar exploration program said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Something else the United States used to be able to do but cannot any longer.

Does anyone here comprehend what the future would be like had we taken that $14 trillion poured over Wall Street to save them from the derivatives disaster of their own making and instead spent it on research into new technology, new products, and new industry? We would have Thorium reactors, photonics, fusion both hot and cold, cheap desalinization, hydrogen technology, Maglevs, SSTs; in short a clean 21st Century world and a non-petroleum energy base. We would not have to wage world wars over oil and water.

But apparently in the eyes of the US Government, still mired in the mindset of the mid-20th Century, your money and future indebtedness were better spent keeping billionaires in their mansions, instead of throwing them in jail with Bernie Madoff-with-the-loot!

Nov 06 15:12

Watch The 'Chinese Professor' TV Commercial That Is Causing All The Controversy (Includes Rebuttal VIDEO)

Video: Chinese Professor - Runs 1 Minute

Video: Rebuttal to Chinese Professor - 1 Minute

These short clips are outstanding. The ad campaign launched about 10 days ago, but I didn't stumble across it until last night. Watch the real version. Then check out an alternate translation. You decide which one is more honest.

Nov 05 19:35

China quarantine bureau rejects U.S. GMO corn cargo

China's quarantine bureau confirmed on Tuesday it had discovered traces of an unapproved genetically modified organism (GMO) in a U.S. corn cargo and had refused it entry into China.

Nov 05 09:34

U.S. dollar printing is huge risk -China c.bank adviser

Unbridled printing of dollars is the biggest risk to the global economy, an adviser to the Chinese central bank said in comments published on Thursday, a day after the Federal Reserve unveiled a new round of monetary easing.

Nov 05 01:43

China accuses US of protectionism

China has accused the US of trade protectionism after the Federal Reserve announced plans to pump $600 billion into the country's market to speed up the economic recovery.

Nov 04 08:11

Chinese Professor-The Real Translation

Nov 04 00:39

THE SECRET OF CHINA’S MIRACLE ECONOMY: THE GOVERNMENT OWNS THE BANKS RATHER THAN THE REVERSE

How can China’s stimulus plan be working so well, when ours is barely working at all? The answer may be simple: China has not let its banking system run roughshod over its productive economy. Chinese banks work for the people rather than the reverse.

Nov 01 15:51

Seeing Red: US slams China in major smear campaign

China's emergence as a major economic superpower has raised concern among policymakers in Washington. They fear Beijing's rise could result in a U.S. fall.

Oct 31 08:34

China-bashing is bipartisan in US races

In these angry political times, Democrats and Republicans agree on next to nothing. China is one exception. Democrats and Republicans alike are accusing each other of cozying up to Beijing and backing policies that send U.S. jobs and IOUs to the world's second-largest economy.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

China is not the problem for America's financial woes.

Governmental policies which make offshoring of jobs financially attractive, is a big part of the problem.

Congress needs to incentivize corporations to keep good-paying jobs here.

To fund the illegal and immoral wars without end it is conducting, the Federal government has borrowed like a drunken sailor. It is high time to defund these wars, and focus on improving infrastructure here at home.

The Fed needs to be disbanded, and the US government needs to create and control the money, and money supply here in the US.

All of these steps, taken together, could make a major difference in the lives of this country's citizens: bashing China for the US government's self-inflicted wounds of bad policy decisions, domestically and internationally, will do nothing to remedy the situation at all.

Oct 30 09:41

China's Creative Accounting: Using Debt as an Instrument of Economic Development

China’s government can direct its banks to advance credit in the national currency as needed, because it owns the banks. Ironically, the Chinese evidently got that idea from us. Sun Yat-sen was a great admirer of Abraham Lincoln, who avoided a crippling national debt by issuing debt-free Treasury notes during the Civil War; and Lincoln was following the lead of the American colonists, our forebears. We need to reclaim our sovereign right to fund the common wealth without getting entangled in debt to foreign creditors, through the use of our own government-issued currency and publicly-owned banks.

Oct 30 04:59

Empire - The Asian Arms Race

Oct 29 05:35

China makes world's fastest supercomputer

A Chinese scientific research centre has built the fastest supercomputer ever made, replacing the US as maker of the swiftest machine, a media report said Thursday.

The Chinese made Tianhe-1A system has 1.4 times the horsepower of the current top computer, which is at a national laboratory in Tennessee, the US, a newspaper reported.

Oct 28 21:46

China Creates World's Most Powerful Supercomputer... the fall of America

NVIDIA Tesla GPUs Power World's Fastest Supercomputer
Half the Size, Lower Power and 50% Faster Than World's Top (American) Supercomputer

With the addition of the new supercomputer, China now has two of the three most powerful supercomputers in the world. The third most powerful one -- previously in second place -- was the Nebulae supercomputer located in Shenzhen, which also uses NVIDIA's Tesla GPUs. It has a peak capacity of 1.271 petaflops in LINPACK.

Tianhe-1a kicks an American computer out of the top spot. The Jaguar supercomputer built by Cray at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee is now only the world's second most powerful computer. That machine, powered by its thousands of Opteron cores, posted 1.75 petaflop LINPACK performance.

sources:

Oct 28 06:24

Rare earth metals won't be used as 'bargaining tool', says China

China controls 97pc of the world’s rare earth metals supply and has faced mounting criticism in recent months after announcing it was slashing export quotas for rare earth metals by more than 40pc in 2010 compared with a year earlier.

High-tech manufacturing nations including Japan, Germany and the US say they are already experiencing tightening supply of the metals which are an essential ingredient in many electronic products, military hardware and green technologies such as batteries and electric motors.

Oct 28 06:13

Globalization Creates Unemployment: American Job Loss Is Permanent

The correct conclusion is that the US trade deficit with China is the result of “globalism” or jobs offshoring, not Chinese currency manipulation.

An important point always overlooked is that the US is dependent on China for many manufactured products including high technology products that are no longer
produced in the US. Revaluation of the Chinese currency would raise the dollar price of these products in the US. The greater the revaluation, the greater the price rise. The impact on already declining US living standards would be dramatic.

When US policymakers argue that the solution to America’s problems is a stronger Chinese currency, they are yet again putting the burden of adjustment on the out-of-work, indebted, and foreclosed American population.

Oct 27 08:49

China Bullet Train Becomes World's Fastest

China rolled out its fastest train yet on Tuesday and announced that the Three Gorges Dam, the world's biggest hydroelectric project, is now generating electricity at maximum capacity -- engineering triumphs that signal the nation's growing ambitions as its economy booms.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note that the US, whose state and Federal officials have talked about this technology for years, have yet to establish a bullet train system in this country.

In fact, in the US, infrastructure is crumbling, and there are utterly no funds for necessary repairs and retrofits of roads, bridges, and dams.

Oct 26 22:33

Chinese Professor

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Actually, our solution is to borrow everything the other nations will let us, then nuke everybody we owe money to. Pretty cool, huh?" -- Official White Horse Souse

Oct 26 16:20

America vs. China - A Battle For Rare Earth Resources - We Borrow To Bailout Failure While They Buy The Globe

We borrow money from our grandchildren to bailout banks, insurers, hedge funds, private-equity shops, car companies, states, unions, houseowners, new car buyers, new house buyers. Meanwhile China is using its surplus to buy every natural resource that's for sale, anywhere on the globe.

And not one word from Obama or anyone in Washington. We are so supremely f**ed in the long run, exhibiting the mass insanity of all empires in decline. Fighting wars, spending massively, encouraging consumer debt, monetizing the national debt and destroying the greatest currency history has ever known - the once mighty U.S. Dollar.

Oct 21 15:51

China stops rare earth minerals to US

Oct 20 16:20

Analysis: How China’s Got Us Over a Barrel on Rare Earths,

Since late September, the Japanese have accused China of cutting off exports of rare earths. Prices worldwide are reportedly soaring...And now it seems China will halt some of those mineral exports to the United States as well.

Here’s why you should care: By the 21st century, rare earths had become essential to global commerce. Take a look around you. There are probably plenty of things that depend on them.

Oct 19 11:49

Surprise Move by China on Interest Rates Rattles Markets

China’s central bank unexpectedly announced Tuesday that it would raise interest rates for the first time in nearly three years, apparently in the hopes of dampening inflation and cooling off this country’s hot property market.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If that one move spooked the DOW down 200 points, then our stock market is fragile indeed!

Oct 19 02:46

BRILLIANT SONG -- Buy, Buy Chimerican Pie

YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.

Runs 2 minutes.

http://dailybail.com/home/buy-buy-chimerican-pie.html

One of the best I've heard anywhere.

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Oct 18 08:48

The Number One U.S. Export To China: Waste Paper And Scrap Metal

Historians tell us that by the very end of the Roman Empire, goods were pouring into Rome from all over the known world, but about the only thing being sent out of Rome was human waste and garbage. America has not yet reached that point, but we are certainly well on our way. In 2010, the number one U.S. export to China is "scrap and trash". Yes, you read the correctly. The number one thing that China buys from us is our garbage. According to author Clyde Prestowitz, China's number one export to the U.S. is computer equipment (nearly $50 billion) while our number one export to them is waste paper and scrap metal (approximately $8 billion). When it comes to world trade, China is literally wiping the floor with the United States. In August, the U.S.

Oct 17 07:10

China rejects clean energy probe, calls US unfair

Joe McDonald
Associated Press

BEIJING — A senior Chinese official rejected a U.S. trade complaint about Beijing's clean energy policy and said Sunday that Washington might be improperly supporting its own industry.

Oct 17 01:05

Gold Will Eventually Replace Floating Fiat Currency Trade Regime

But anyone with curiosity and a brain could see that the fun times were due not to inflation being banished but rather, roosting temporarily at the Bank of Japan! Who, along with China, kept inflation at bay in order to undermine US industries. Now that the colonization of the US is nearly done, both are toying with releasing all these captive inflationary dollars. If they want something, all they have to do it talk about launching ‘Sovereign Wealth Funds’ and have this money return to the US in the form of buying out the last of our infrastructure and commodity resources! OOPS.

Oct 16 17:28

Poets and political activists: the case of Liu Xiaobo

Paul J. Balles considers the Norwegian Nobel Committee's decision to award Chinese dissident and poet Liu Xiaobo the Nobel Peace Prize by looking at the qualities that are common to poets and political activists.

Oct 16 14:06

Press TV talks to Paul Sheldon Foote on US Economy

This Professor is brilliant!
Watch out for the 3rd of November...

Oct 16 06:21

Administration Launches China Trade Investigation

Martin Crutsinger
Associated Press

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration announced Friday it will delay a scheduled report on whether China is manipulating its currency to gain trade advantages until after upcoming meetings with world leaders next month.

Oct 15 16:33

U.S. is Currency War's "Tomb Maker": China Economist

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article26600.htm

(Reuters) - The United States fired the first shot in the currency war and the rest of the world must be on guard for its deliberate strategy to devalue the dollar, a Chinese economist said in an official newspaper on Thursday.

In a front-page commentary in the overseas edition of the People's Daily, Li Xiangyang described the United States as the conflict's "first maker of tomb figures," a Chinese idiom that means someone who creates a bad precedent.

Li, head of the Asia department at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, a top government think tank, said continued intervention in currency markets by developed economies would deal a blow to global economic recovery.

Oct 15 15:58

Obama faces tough choice on whether to confront China on exchange rate

The President is under pressure to punish China for trade policies that US legislators say have cost millions of US jobs.

(*Wait a second , Obie . It isn't The Chinese who are stealing jobs and creating a trade deficit . IT'S THE SPACE ALIENS ! )

Oct 15 15:47

Team Obama punts on China currency until mid-November

For the second time this year, the Obama administration delayed Friday the release of a report on whether China manipulates its currency, but deflected some of the political heat from angry Democrats by launching an unrelated trade probe.

At issue is whether China deliberately undervalues its currency to make its exports cheaper abroad and imports from other countries more expensive at home. The International Monetary Fund recently said that China's currency, the yuan, is significantly undervalued.

(*Something tells me that 'this one' is going to get 'pushed back' , again , and again . )

Oct 13 09:40

Pipelineistan’s New Silk Road

Future historians may well agree that the 21st century Silk Road first opened for business on Dec. 14, 2009. That was the day a crucial stretch of pipeline officially went into operation linking the fabulously energy-rich state of Turkmenistan (via Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan) to Xinjiang province in China’s far west.

Meanwhile, in the New Great Game in Eurasia, China had the good sense not to send a soldier anywhere or get bogged down in an infinite quagmire in Afghanistan. Instead, the Chinese simply made a direct commercial deal with Turkmenistan and, profiting from that country’s disagreements with Moscow, built itself a pipeline which will provide much of the natural gas it needs.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

As I have pointed out many times, China's leadership has been thinking long-term about the elements it will need to insure economic growth, and has been making deals to get its energy needs met.

The US has been waging war to accomplish the same outcome, with horrifically negative results, including placing the Federal Government precipitously close to bankruptcy.

Oct 13 08:20

China's Pipelineistan "War"

The Chinese get what they want through contract and negotiation not war.

Oct 12 11:04

Chinese warplanes refueled in Iran en route to Turkey


Iran indirectly supported a secret military drill between the Turkish and Chinese air forces that took place in September, sparking concerns in the United States, daily Hürriyet reported Monday

Oct 11 11:00

China UFO - Shenlong Space Plane Advances China’s Military Space Potential

While both unmanned and manned space planes could serve a range of scientific and commercial missions, it is also clear that the PLA envisions such vehicles to perform military missions. Chinese military literature has long suggested the PLA seeks to dominate outer space and its successful January 11, 2007 interception and destruction of a satellite demonstrated the PLA now has an initial space combat capability not currently possessed by the United States.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

BUMP BACK TO THE TOP

Now, this gets interesting. The real videos of the China UFO (not the obvious fakes with disks and lights) clearly show an ultra-high atmospheric vehicle in operation, with at least a portion of the flight above the atmosphere. Whether what was seen in the Chinese sky was the Shenlong, Hermez, or the "601" H-2, the message is clear. Whether weaponized or not, China's space program has jumped way beyond that of the United States.

So why the UFO cover story?

Simple. America's self-image is in large part linked to the Apollo Moon program and America's achievements in space during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. But the shuttle fleet is about to be retired after suffering a 40% loss rate, and the replacement shuttle, along with the return to the Moon, have been cut from NASA's budget by the Obama administration. Indeed NASA is but a thin shadow of its former self, like NOAA mostly used for propaganda value to support the push for a global carbon tax. After the last shuttle flies, Americans will no longer be able to fly into space; our crews will have to hitch rides on other nations' rockets.

So now as the USA loses its space-faring capability comes a dramatic demonstration that China has advanced into some amazing new technologies. The USA failed to keep up because once again short-sighted government policy squandered the technology lead created by the Apollo program in the 1960s.

This is a major embarrassment for the US government, especially just before an election, especially for the President and the Congress that gutted NASA to shower money all over Wall Street and buy F-35s for Israel.

Now, in studying the video I think that what was over the skies of China was not specifically the Shenlong. The Shenlong is a non-staged vehicle and in the below video what appears to be a staging event is seen at 30 seconds.

From the flight performance, and staging, I think we are dealing with a larger vehicle, like the Aurora a high altitude transport that deploys a much smaller exo-atmospheric vehicle. And this Chinese image showing potential designs for manned space shuttles includes such a design, possibly the Horizontal take-off and completely reusable H-2. This talk of UFOs is intended to conceal from the voters and taxpayers that other nations have taken the lead in space away from the United States.

Sooner or later China will fly this machine over the United States with impunity in a replay of the days when the US sent the U-2 and later the SR-71 over the USSR knowing that (with the sole exception of the sabotage which brought down Francis Gary Powers) the Soviets could do nothing about the flights. Pre-conditioning the Americans to shout UFO when the glowing contrails appear in the night sky allows the US Government to pretend that at least here on Earth, American technology still reigns supreme.

Even if we avoid war with China, what remains of America's manufacturing is based on sales of weapons promoted as the most technologically advanced in the world. But that claim, and those sales, must crumble in the face of a clear demonstration that China is the new technological giant of the 21st Century!

Oct 11 05:24

Tom Donilon: The Last Best Hope to Help Obama Make Vital Strategic Leaps

By Steve Clemons –

Recently I met with David Rothkopf, Foreign Policy blogger and one of Washington’s premier chroniclers of American national security personalities and architecture, for lunch and discussed with him who President Obama’s next National Security Advisor should be.

While the Obama administration has had some serious strategic trip-ups, particularly in Israel-Palestine deal making, the fact is that Donilon’s furious, competent pace has kept the country and the White House afloat and kept the system from taking on too much water and getting bogged down.

Oct 09 10:03

China Outraged by Dissident’s Nobel Peace Prize Win

China’s Ambassador met with Norwegian officials today to express his government’s outrage at the Nobel Peace Prize commission’s decision to award this year’s prize to Liu Xiaobo, a Chinese dissident who is currently in prison. Norway responded that its government doesn’t get to decide who wins the prize.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Memo to China's Ambassador to Norway: this award has already been completely debased and discredited by its having been awarded to such consummate warmongers like Kissinger and Obama.

That having been said, with the rapidly growing rise of a Chinese middle class, the Chinese government can well expect that there will be many more people who have differing views of how problems need to be resolved, and will be vocal in those opinions.

It is in how the Chinese government deals with the issue of dissent which will shape the future of the country, and the future of its position as an emerging world power.

Oct 05 06:17

Iran opens airspace to China warplanes

The Islamic Republic of Iran has reportedly opened its airspace to Chinese warplanes taking part in joint military maneuvers with Turkey.

Oct 04 14:24

Stuxnet Super Virus Also Attacked China

The latest super virus, Stuxnet, which attacked Iran’s Nuclear Facility, is reported to have attacked China too. Some of the industrial computing systems and their hardwares run by the Siemens software were affected by the Stuxnet worm. Now there is a fear shown by the US, that if the virus could hit China, then the United States is not missing on its list.

Oct 04 08:59

Iran opens airspace to China warplanes

The Islamic Republic of Iran has reportedly opened its airspace to Chinese warplanes taking part in joint military maneuvers with Turkey.

Oct 03 14:20

China pledges: We'll prop up the eurozone and keep Greece afloat

China last night offered to bail out debt-ridden Greece – and pledged to support the eurozone countries during the global crisis.

Premier Wen Jiabao made the offer at the start of a two-day visit to the crisis-hit country.

‘China is holding Greek bonds and will keep buying bonds that Greece issues,’ said Wen.

'China will end up owning the infrastructure of Europe'... pr

Oct 02 15:01

It was very sad that Quran was burnt: Craig Blomberg

One of the most distinctive and important teachings of Jesus was love for one’s enemies. Muslims as a whole are not Christians’ enemies, but even if a few Christians think so, that gives them no reason to violate their Lord’s teaching on loving the people they think are their enemies.

Oct 02 07:07

U.S. Losing Control of Bombs To China Monopoly

Geez! We are even losing are capacity to kill people! Aw shucks!

Sep 30 16:43

In a Computer Worm, a Possible Biblical Clue

Deep inside the computer worm that some specialists suspect is aimed at slowing Iran’s race for a nuclear weapon lies what could be a fleeting reference to the Book of Esther, the Old Testament tale in which the Jews pre-empt a Persian plot to destroy them.

Sep 30 16:06

House passes bill aimed at Chinese currency

The House of Representatives approved legislation Wednesday designed to combat the manipulation of currency by China that results in unfavorable trade conditions for the United States.

The legislation, which authorizes the Commerce Department to impose duties on imports from countries with undervalued currencies, passed by a vote of 348 to 79. (Wallmart will be pissed, shrug)

The bill got support from both sides of the aisle, a rarity in recent sessions, with Democrats framing the legislation as a jobs issue. (too little, too late)

"We can talk, or we can act. International trade is a high stakes, cut-throat business, and every time we simply talk, the other side acts, and every time they act, an American loses a job," said Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-California. (Blame the Trilateral Commission drafting of NAFTA and GATT for your loss of jobs to free trade agreements, along with the congress that enacted them)

China said this year it would allow its currency, the renminbi, to trade in a wider range against the dollar. But the currency, also known as the yuan, has scarcely appreciated since then, inflaming critics who charge the undervalued renminbi helps steal U.S. manufacturing jobs.

Estimations on the undervaluation of the renminbi vary depending on the economic model used, but one estimate by the Peterson Institute of International Economics puts the number at about 24% against the dollar.
(Congress wants to export its depression to another country. - kdtroxel)

Sep 30 10:24

Millions of Computers Hit by Virus Across China

Jakarta Globe

Bejing. A computer virus dubbed the world’s “first cyber superweapon” and which may have been designed to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities has found a new target — China.

The Stuxnet computer worm has wreaked havoc in China, infecting millions of computers around the country, state media reported this week.

Sep 29 08:51

Early snowfalls arrive in Xinjiang

The start of winter might be several months away, but northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has already experienced its first early snowfall of the year, with up to 10 centimeters falling across the region.

Sep 29 00:27

Will All Countries Be Forced Into One Child Families?

China suffered worldwide condemnation 20 plus years ago when it instituted one child families. Since that time, it slowed its 12 million annual net gain race-horse population growth down to eight million annually. Even so, it expects to grow from 1.3 to 1.55.

More ominously, India at 1.16 billion, adds 12 million net gain annually on their way to overtake China in the population bracket at 1.55 billion by 2050. One wonders how the top leaders around the world, both religious and governmental, can remain silent?

Sep 28 05:06

Ahead of the Bell: China imposes tariff on chicken

Associated Press

Shares of the nation's chicken producers could tumble on Monday after China said it will slap a hefty tariff on U.S. chicken imports to combat what it says are unfairly low prices.

The Chinese government said Sunday that its investigation found that U.S. chicken products are being sold at low prices which undermine the local market. New import duties ranging from 50.3 percent to as much as 105.4 percent will take effect Monday and last for five years.

Sep 24 12:31

US Congress moves to punish China on currency

AFP

The US Congress moved Friday to open the way for retaliation against China over its currency, warning that it has lost patience with quiet efforts to press Beijing to let its yuan appreciate.

One day after President Barack Obama pressed Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on currency in a meeting in New York, Obama's allies in Congress approved a measure that accuses Beijing of killing US manufacturing jobs with its yuan.

Sep 24 11:24

Make Bono history

There was a humdinger of a story about Bono in the New York Post earlier this week that the Mail has picked up on this morning. According to the Post, Bono’s anti-poverty ONE foundation received $14,993,873 in donations from philanthropists in 2008, of which just $184,732 was distributed to three charities. (ONE is an “advocacy organisation” whose main purpose is to change policies, not support charities, it says.) So what happened to the rest? More than $8 million was spent on executive and employee salaries.

Sep 23 05:17

Manufacturing’s decline threatens national security, House panel hears

US can't produce enough ammo to supply police, troops: expert

The hollowing-out of the US's industrial base means the country is risking its national security by being dependent on foreign contractors, experts told a congressional panel Wednesday.

The House National Security Oversight Subcommittee heard from a number of economists and labor leaders who argued that the long, slow erosion of American manufacturing has led to the US losing its edge in numerous industries that are vital to national security.

Sep 21 09:10

China tells U.S. to keep out of South China Sea dispute

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Unfortunately, this will only happen when pigs fly.

But one has to wonder just what the US believes it will accomplish by antagonizing China right now; it would seem the last thing on earth a sane U government would want to do.

Sep 20 15:13

Chinese ready to drop U.S. holdings and pour money into nation

China's young bankers and budding economists are part of a wired, frustrated generation looking for their inheritance.

They've enjoyed the savings of their parents to get this far. Now they are looking to collect their due from another source – the money China has loaned to the United States...

Sep 20 07:27

China halts senior government contact with Japan as boat row escalates

Beijing has upped the pressure on Japan to release the captain by suspending ministerial and provincial level contacts, halting talks on aviation issues and delaying meetings to discuss coal.

China's tough stance reflects a new low in relations between the two major Asian nations which are facing strained ties over economic supremacy, military growth and undersea energy resources as well as territorial disputes.

The diplomatic row was triggered by the September 7 collision of a Chinese vessel with two Japanese coastguard ships near a clutch of small islands claimed by both nations in the East China Sea.

Sep 19 08:47

Chinese “Body Fishers”: The Business of Selling Corpses Pulled from the Yellow River

A Lanzhou business journal wrote in 2006 about a local firm that got a call from a body fisher who’d found a corpse floating in the river with employee identification. When a company representative, identified only by the surname Wang, went to collect the body, he was told that it would cost 200 yuan (about $30) to view the face and 6,000 yuan ($895) to take the dead man away. Wang and the body fisher argued, finally settling on 4,000 yuan ($597). The news article expressed outrage at the situation and quoted police as saying there’d be a crackdown, something that almost four years later has yet to happen.

Sep 18 21:12

JAMES PETRAS: IMPERIALISM AND IMPERIAL BARBARISM

Excerpts from Petras thesis:

Imperialism, its character, means and ends has changed over time and place.

Under pressure from nationalist and socialist anti-imperialist movements and regimes, colonial structured empires gave way to new nationalist regimes. Some of which restructured their economies, diversifying their productive systems and trading partners.

Sep 16 13:48

China Will Allow Credit Default Swaps, As Long As They Are Not Naked

I have repeatedly argued that naked credit default swaps should be banned.

"Naked credit default swaps" is the term coined to describe the situation where the buyer is not the referenced entity.

The American government hasn't banned naked CDS. Instead, the government let the largest CDS traders write impotent laws which won't fundamentally change the ongoing danger from derivatives.

But the Chinese are being smarter.
As Bloomberg notes:

Sep 15 15:29

Chinese Economist Cheng Siwei - USA has been Financially Irresponsible

China has overtaken Japan as the world's second biggest economy and remains on course to surpass the US within a generation.

HARDtalk speaks to the distinguished Chinese economist and former vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress Cheng Siwei.

Sep 13 06:16

Obama, as seen in China

Sep 11 10:53

Pentagon: USS George Washington Nuclear Aircraft Carrier to join military drills off Korean Peninsula

U.S. Defense Department spokesman Geoff Morrell said on Thursday aircraft carrier USS George Washington will be sent to waters off the Korean Peninsula to participate in war games with South Korea.

"The USS George Washington will indeed exercise in the Yellow Sea," Geoff Morrell said.

China has voiced objection to any military drills off its coast. The drills were postponed from its original schedule on Sept. 5-9.

However, Morrell didn't give a specific timetable, stressing that it's not an affront to China, but rather a warning to Pyongyang.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is not a warning to North Korea; it is a warning to China, which considers the Yellow Sea its back yard.

It appears that the US is looking to ratchet up tensions in the region, rather than reduce them.

Sep 11 10:20

US-China Trade Tensions Seen Boiling Over If Congress Acts

Frustrated members of Congress may vote in the coming weeks on legislation penalizing Chinese imports for Beijing's artificially low currency. Anger over the artificially low yuan is a long-simmering issue on Capitol Hill, but is becoming more pronounced. Stoked by a heated U.S. election cycle and ailing economy, some insiders predict the China penalty bills will pass at least the House and possibly the Senate.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Memo to Congress: penalizing China is not the answer to the US's economic woes.

Cutting taxes, incentivizing companies to bring jobs back to this country, and stopping the funding of these immoral and illegal wars without end would certainly help.

Of course, all these measures would be logical.

Sep 10 14:33

China and India: Still Hungry for Coal

Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Strategist
Casey Research

One can only hope that the “Don’t shoot the messenger” adage is still popular in the international community.

UK-based consultants M&C Energy Group have become the latest to join the chorus of voices asking the international community to increase the pressure on China and India to switch to cleaner energy sources.

Sep 07 05:10

Witness - The Chinese Colony

Sep 06 06:33

China, US meet amid tension over trade, military

BEIJING — Senior U.S. and Chinese officials met Monday to steady relations upset by disputes over currency, trade and military affairs despite calls for a tougher line on Chinese economic policies that some say are contributing to American unemployment.

With congressional elections in two months, President Barack Obama is under pressure to kick-start the economy and many lawmakers say he should start by addressing China's lopsided trade surplus and currency policies.

Sep 06 05:33

The Impact of Fiat Money as the World’s Reserve Currency

David Redick
Activist Post

The creation of fiat official government money has had a profound effect in history and on our nation and the world today. "Fiat" means it is worth whatever the government says it is (its face value), although the material of which it is made may have more or less intrinsic market value. Examples would include both valuable silver dollars and worthless paper, each declared to be worth $1; and today’s American Eagle bullion coin with a face value of $50 for one ounce of gold.

Sep 05 10:19

China fears depreciation of $2.45 trillion of reserves still heavy in dollars

Hu Xiaolian, a vice governor with the People's Bank of China, warned that depreciation was a risk for the foreign exchange reserves held by developing countries.

"Once a reserve currency's value becomes unstable, there will be quite large depreciation risks for assets," she wrote in an article that appeared in the latest issue of China Finance, a central bank magazine.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Chinese have every reason to be concerned about the potential depreciation of the US dollar, and so should Americans.

Sep 05 07:04

Heavy in dollars, China warns of depreciation

China on Friday offered a rare glimpse into its foreign exchange reserves, confirming that they are overwhelmingly allocated in dollars, while a central banker said the mountain of cash could face depreciation risks.

The Chinese government's currency reserves, the world's largest such stockpile at $2.45 trillion, are held roughly in line with what was described as the global average: 65 percent in dollars, 26 percent in euros, 5 percent in pounds and 3 percent in yen.

Sep 01 08:28

Fed lets China firm buy Morgan Stanley shares

The Federal Reserve on Tuesday approved a proposal by Chinese sovereign wealth fund China Investment Corp. to buy up to 10 percent of the voting shares of Morgan Stanley.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Chinese business professionals are masters at horizontal integration into other countries' financial markets.

This is very significant, but why does the Fed - a private bank no more "Federal than "Federal Express" - have to approve such a deal?!?

Aug 28 10:19

India cancels China defense exchanges

China refused to issue a visa to the General Officer Commanding in Chief in Jammu and Kashmir, Lt. Gen. BS Jaswal.

The commander is responsible for Indian army operations in the Muslim-majority disputed region.

Kashmir has witnessed protests against Indian rule triggered by recent killings blamed on government forces. Sixty-four people have lost their lives in two months of violence. The New Delhi government's refusal to send a word of apology over the slayings and the reluctance shown by the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to order an end to shootings have added to the anger of protestors.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is a very significant position for the Chinese government to take, and will be interpreted as such from the many Middle Eastern countries with which China does business.

Unfortunately, this position, however, will do nothing to relieve the problems of China's Muslim Uighur minority living in and around Xinjiang province in Western China, which continues to be a flashpoint for violence just as Kashmir is for India.

Aug 27 11:50

Its Official: China is Unloading its Treasury Bonds

It looks like the smart money these days is found in China. While American investors have been scrambling over each other to buy more Treasury bonds at historically low yields, China has begun quietly unloading some of its own enormous holdings. In June, the Middle Kingdom sold $21.2 billion of paper, reducing its net long to $839.7 billion. This is little more than 10% of the total $8.18 trillion in federal debt that Uncle Sam has outstanding.

Aug 27 10:10

Banks back switch to renminbi for trade

A number of the world's biggest banks have launched international roadshows promoting the use of the renminbi to corporate customers instead of the dollar for trade deals with China.

HSBC, which recently moved its chief executive from London to Hong Kong, and Standard Chartered, are offering discounted transaction fees and other financial incentives to companies that choose to settle trade in the Chinese currency.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

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Aug 22 07:34

Globalized Business Cares Little About Left or Right

Chrystia Freeland
Reuters

Here's the good news about China's emergence as the world's second largest economy -- US business has figured it out. And here's the bad news -- while US companies can go global, most US citizens can't. The result, in this age of globalization, is a growing tension between the interests of America's business leaders and the interests of much of its middle class. Indeed, the most important fault-line in American politics may not be between Democrats and Republicans, it is between those businesses and business people who are succeeding in the global economy and those who are not.

Aug 18 08:00

U.S.-China Crisis: From "Gunboat Diplomacy" to Confrontation

The maneuvers were an open challenge to and clear act of defiance toward China, following by two weeks U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's announcement in the Vietnamese capital that the U.S. was prepared to intervene in territorial disputes over the above-mentioned islands on behalf of claimants Vietnam, Taiwan, Brunei, the Philippines and Malaysia against China.

While in South Korea, Gates, Mullen and Willard confirmed plans for regular U.S.-South Korean joint military exercises, including in the Yellow Sea off the west coast of the Korean Peninsula. The bulk of the sea's coastline is Chinese territory.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

China abruptly severed its military to military relations with the US in February of this year, due to US weapons sales to Taiwan.

The relationship between the two countries has continued to sour, and the US is not doing anything substantive to repair it.

These exercises are guaranteed to do one thing, and that is ratchet up the tensions in the region even further.

At a point in time where China is quietly moving out of its position in dollar holdings, one has wonder at the timing of these exercises, and precisely what they are intended to accomplish.

The US's attempting to bully China militarily may well have the absolute opposite outcome of its intended effect.

Aug 17 16:13

Iran, Tajikistan and Afghanistan: Diplomacy of Brotherhood

Kourosh Ziabari (Salem-News.Com)

The three countries stressed the importance of Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and underlined the inalienable right of the NPT member states to use the nuclear power for peaceful purposes.

(TEHRAN) - The Trilateral Summit of the presidents of three Persian-speaking countries of Iran, Tajikistan and Afghanistan wrapped up on 5 August in Tehran and recorded another unforgettable event in the memory of the three brother nations.

Aug 17 13:45

Flashback 2001: Patriotic reasons to boycott ChinaMart/WalMart

Skolnick - Wal-Mart And The
Red Chinese Secret Police, Pt 3
By Sherman H. Skolnick
9-6-1
Wal-Mart and the Reputed Crooked Judges in Chicago.
... the Rockefellers, as the first part of the plan, are seeking to control the common people of the U.S. by flooding the nation with "China White", high purity dope from Southwest China....In the process, the Rockefellers are assisting Red China in undermining the skilled trades and useful employment in the U.S. by deluging the nation with cheap goods from China and countries dominated by them such as Sri Lanka. Spear-heading that effort has been Wal-Mart capable of underselling most everybody with products made by Chinese and other slave-laborers at camps and factories under the authority of the Secret Police.

Aug 17 03:10

The Ecstasy of Empire

If the wars are not immediately stopped and the jobs brought back to America, the US is relegated to the trash bin of history.

Obviously, the corporations and Wall Street would use their financial power and campaign contributions to block any legislation that would reduce short-term earnings and bonuses by bringing jobs back to America. Americans have no greater enemies than Wall Street and the corporations and their prostitutes in Congress and the White House.

The neocons allied with Israel, who control both parties and much of the media, are strung out on the ecstasy of Empire.

Aug 16 00:55

Putting Government First

Where a man's purse is, there his heart will be also.

If you would know where the heart of the Obama party is today, consider. In the dog days of August, with temperatures in D.C. rising above 100, Nancy Pelosi called the House back to Washington to enact legislation that could not wait until September.

Purpose: Vote $26 billion to prevent layoffs of state, municipal and county employees whose own governments had decided they had to be let go if they were to meet their constitutional duty to balance their books.

Workers their own governments thought expendable, Congress decided were so essential, it borrowed another 26 thousand million dollars from China to keep them on state and local payrolls.

Aug 14 18:21

Crisis. What Crisis? Profits Soar!

By James Petras

The capitalist state, with Democratic President Obama in the lead, has transferred billions to big capital via direct bailouts, virtual interest free loans, tax cuts and by pressuring labor to accept lower wages and health and pension givebacks. The White House plan for ‘recovery’ has worked beyond expectations – corporate profits have recovered; “only” the vast majority of workers have fallen deeper into crises.

CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE:

http://mycatbirdseat.com/2010/08/crisis-what-crisis-profits-soar/

Aug 14 06:21

Pictures: Landslides strike China

At midnight on Sunday, August 8th, a temporary lake caused by a recent landslide broke loose above the town of Zhouqu, in Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, China. The outflow slid down the valley as a wall of mud, wiping out houses and muli-story buildings, and killing at least 1,144 residents - with over 600 still reported as missing. More than 10,000 soldiers and rescuers arrived soon to comb through the mountains of mud that buried several parts of Zhouqu County. Engineers also worked to blast the debris that had passed through the town to partially block the Bailong River, causing further flooding. Collected here are images of the landslide-affected area of northwestern China, part of a series of disasters in Asia caused by recent heavy rains. (41 photos total)

Aug 13 16:49

Will retaliate if offended by US, warns China Gen

A Chinese General on Friday termed as "flagrant provocation" US plans to send a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to the Yellow Sea and said the country would retaliate if "offended".

China had in the recent weeks voice its firm opposition to activities of foreign military vessels or planes in the Yellow Sea and China's coastal waters, saying they undermine it security interests. Despite China's warning, the US insists on sending the carrier ‘USS George Washington', he said

The General was reacting to remarks by Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, that the carrier will always go into international waters.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

At a point in time when the Us desperately needs China's cooperation (particularly with the huge amount of US debt China is holding), why is it sabre-rattling right now?!?!?

Aug 12 08:56

Is China Executing a Cunning Sun Tzu Strategy to Destroy the Dollar and Cause an Upward Price Explosion in Gold?

Could China be coveting the role of the next economic superpower, thereby supplanting the USA? If so, is China planning to do this by design or is it simply awaiting this result by default as a result of the total collapse of the American economic system?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

China doesn't need to do anything but wait. The US economy was destroyed with the passage of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913.

Aug 10 08:23

US warship visits former foe Vietnam, China warns US to stay out of Yellow Sea

An American warship docked Tuesday in central Vietnam where the former foes planned to conduct naval training in a sign of growing military ties amid new warnings from China
for the U.S. to stay out of its backyard.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Hey, relax; we're getting kicked out of the Afghanistan opium fields and just need to see if any of Kuhn Sa's stash is still floating around for sale!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Aug 06 16:04

New Chinese missile 'challenges US'

China is reportedly developing a game-changing new naval missile that can pave the way for ending the US dominance at sea, experts say.

The missile, named the Dong Feng 21D, can be launched from land to destroy the most advanced moving aircraft carrier 900 miles away.

Aug 05 18:36

Chinese Carrier Killer Missile Could Shift Pacific Power Balance

Nothing projects U.S. global air and sea power more vividly than supercarriers. Bristling with fighter jets that can reach deep into even landlocked trouble zones, America's virtually invincible carrier fleet has long enforced its dominance of the high seas.

China may soon put an end to that...

Aug 05 10:20

Second U.S. revolution coming?

I don’t like to carry more information than necessary about U.S. affairs, but the simple fact is that things are rapidly coming to a head in the States.

With mid-term elections coming up in just four months time, and U.S.–backed Israel scheming to start a war with Lebanon which will inevitably drag in Syria and Iran, and then quite possibly Russia and China (who have multi-billion dollar investments in Iran’s oil infrastructure), America as we know it, and quite possibly the world itself, may be considerable changed for the worse by the end of this year.

Aug 05 10:17

US lawmaker calls for sanctions on China, Russia

The United States should immediately impose sanctions on Russia and China under a US law that punishes major investments in Iran's energy sector, a senior US lawmaker said Monday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"That's just fine. We just need to cash in all these trillions of dollars in IOUs we are holding. We need payment in gold by close of business today." -- China

Aug 05 08:54

China rejects U.S. pressure on Iran trade ties

China pushed back at U.S. pressure on its business and oil trade with Iran in comments published on Wednesday, while Iran's oil minister was in Beijing seeking to shore up ties with the big customer.

Aug 05 08:53

US-China tensions over South China Sea

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s provocative stance at the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) security forum last month, where she voiced opposition to China’s claims in the South China Sea, has inflamed another global flashpoint.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Dammit, I need a major war to distract the suckers from the economy, and my policy is to go on pissing off people until I get it!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Aug 05 08:43

China Rejects US Concerns about Deals with Iran

China has defended its business ties with Iran after a United States official urged Beijing to fully implement sanctions against Tehran.

China Thursday rejected concerns about its dealings with Iran.

China's state media quoted a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman saying trade with Tehran is normal business and does not harm the interests of other countries or the international community.

Aug 04 01:58

US Lawmaker Calls for Sanctions on China, Russia

WASHINGTON — The United States should immediately impose sanctions on Russia and China under a US law that punishes major investments in Iran's energy sector, a senior US lawmaker said Monday.

"It's time to implement our sanctions laws and demonstrate to Russia and China that there are consequences for abetting Tehran and flouting US sanctions," Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen said in a statement.

Aug 03 08:58

China Calls Our Bluff: The U.S. is Insolvent and Faces Bankruptcy as a Pure Debtor Nation

America's biggest creditor - China - has called our bluff.

As the Financial Times notes, the head of China's biggest credit rating agency has said America is insolvent and that U.S. credit ratings are a joke:

The head of China’s largest credit rating agency has slammed his western counterparts for causing the global financial crisis and said that as the world’s largest creditor nation China should have a bigger say in how governments and their debt are rated.

“The western rating agencies are politicised and highly ideological and they do not adhere to objective standards,” Guan Jianzhong, chairman of Dagong Global Credit Rating, told the Financial Times in an interview.

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