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Can US prevent China’s economic growth? financial growth



In this episode of 5000 Miles to China, we talk to John Milligan-Whyte, Executive Chairman of America-China Partnership Foundation. He shares with us the …

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  1. Looks like US strategy with the petrodollar has been a disaster. The US will go to World War III rather than see the end of the petrodollar and collapse of the US economy.

  2. What's with the need to prevent other countries' economic growth? Why not just focus on improving your own economy? or find ways to improve together? Can you imagine waking up one morning and getting out of bed, with the mentality "What can I do today to stop my next door neighbour from earning more money? How can I make him poorer?"

  3. ①MIKE POMPEO: “WE LIED, WE CHEATED, WE STOLE.”
    ②This is CIA known to the world.
    ③This is USA known to the world.
    ④This is WEST known to the world.
    ⑤WEST is ruled by monad politicians.
    ⑥WEST's collapse from within is possible thanks to its monad leaders.

  4. ①Where USA pokes its nose, there is a disaster.
    ②Where GBR pokes its nose, there is a disaster.
    ③Where CAN pokes its nose, there is a disaster.
    ④Where AUS pokes its nose, there is a disaster.
    ⑤Where JPN pokes its nose, there is a disaster.
    ⑥Where WEST pokes its nose, there is a disaster.

  5. Nations rise and fall because environments and seasons change. The inability of effective vision and mastery to adapt to the demands of the times facilitates the downfall of nations. America's season has climaxed, while China is in it's heydays. Both nations have their flaws. However, we should not see leadership from only economic lens. America's leadership is more diverse and rooted than the Chinese. No matter how bigger the Chinese economy is to America's, it won't erase US global leadership. Its a new cold war of extremes: Democracy vs Autocracy, capitalism vs Socialism etc. This battle includes the US and other western nations against China. Currents tensions is because the rise of China negates white supremacy's fiction of the world. China is just the beginning. India, Africa, Indonesia, etc. are coming. China proves that white supremacy is a big lie and unscientific. Technology and access to knowledge economy changes the traditional dynamics. So, the future will be multipolar in nature in my own opinion.

  6. First of all, that will never happen. China’s labor force has been shrinking every year for the past seven years. They fabricate their economic numbers and China’s economy is only 12 trillion GDP. They are not even close and they are only growing between one and 2%. The only people that believe that the Chinese economy is the size the portend or members of the Chinese communist party and western journalist. No legitimate economist believes that China will ever come close to the US economy. Oh, and BTW, PPP is not a good measure of the economic size and power of an economy. Only if you believe some fallacies such as grease having a larger economy based on PPP then Germany, Britain or France. Deal with real numbers and understand that the Chinese economy is overstated by 20%

  7. No chance! History shows that the American empire is faltering, especially in the time of Biden's America, and will be a downfall soon. It is similar to the dying British Empire in the early 20th Century. The USA is deeply divided, and it shows evidence of the growing corruption of leftist government and leftist WOKE Hollywood-style media. The US economy, military, and global influence rapidly shrink. The US dollar devalues, a surge of stagflation, taxation soars, a rise of street violence, the escalation of WOKE leftist politics, anti-white racism, giving promotion and hiring to color-based instead of well-qualified skills, talents, or intelligence (that weakens and impedes innovation and productivity), and the upsurge of multicultural conflicts (due to lax migrant politics) aggravate the divisiveness, unrest, demoralization, and alienation. Militant black supremacy will burn the US capitol and will destroy the US Constitution, historical archives, and statues to erase history. The USA will break up the Balkanization into different ethnic state-nations. They will concede to China by giving away US-territory Pacific Islands, including Hawaii. Alaska will hand their land over to Russia. Socialism California will allow China to build the naval base in Los Angeles Harbor for the money.
    The hallmark of the zenith of glorious American civilization was the first men landing on the Moon in July 1969. That happened to the Soviet Union's moon manned mission failure in the late 1960s. The time had gone past. China will send its first men to land on the red planet Mars before the US astronauts will attempt to go to Mars. China will be the world superpower of 21th Century. That makes China a delightful joy. 🤣
    Holy American Apocalypse, Batman! 😱

  8. The reason I fear China not about ego or pride. It's the fact that China has a conviction rate over 99% and executes more people than all other countries in the world (combined). It's scary to think a nation like that will become the top superpower in the world. I agree with China's handling of global climate change more than the US, and China believing in the right the healthcare. I disagree with many foreign policy decisions of the USA. None of that scares me nearly as bad as a conviction rate over 99% and executing more people than all other countries in the world (combined).

  9. In 1960, the U.S. accounted for 40% of the world's GDP, in nominal term. China's share was just 4%.
    In 2019, the U.S. accounted for just 24% of the world's GDP in nominal term. China's share went up to 16.3%.
    Using purchasing power parity GDP, China's share is already larger than the US.

    China's domestic market is already larger than the US. Today, the largest trading partner for most Asian countries is China. Nearly 50% of China's export are with other Asian countries.

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