Blog admin 1389 finally succumbs to the sin of despair…

by 1389 on July 25, 2012

in 1389 (blog admin), China, sin, sovereign debt

Migraine Headache Smiley

*drinking 4 oz vodka and donning prediction hat*

China is already the world’s SOLE superpower, whether anyone likes it or not. (Being an ardent Slav nationalist, I would have preferred that Mother Russia take that role.)

  1. Sheer numbers
  2. Grim determination
  3. An indefatigable work ethic
  4. An IQ well above the worldwide average
  5. Absolute ruthlessness
  6. Forthright rejection of democracy, political correctness, and other demonic deceptions

Throughout history, China has always been a superpower, albeit with brief interruptions. In modern times, China has turned its historical xenophobia into strength. While continuing to learn from outsiders, China energetically preserves its homeland from predatory foreign infiltration. The most recent interruption to China’s superpower status is over. The US squandered its own former superpower status by selling itself out to the Muslims, and by funding China’s military expansion with the interest on US debt. For that, the US has no one to blame but itself.

In other words, the US got a perfect hand on the deal – and began discarding the very instant that the Berlin Wall came down!

Game over. China wins. Everybody else loses. That’s all there is, and there ain’t no more.

Best case scenario: China will get around to annihilating Islam before too long.

Worst case scenario: I don’t want to think about it.

*doffing prediction hat, finishing the bottle case of vodka*

Chinese Professor…

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1 American Delight July 29, 2012 at 8:12 am

Rather grim analysis! I suspect the French felt the same way during the rise of the Nazis–that Germany was simply going to become the leading power and nothing could be done about it.

But I think China’s economy could easily collapse, and electing Gov. Romney as president would improve U.S. resolve & standing.

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