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Chinese vice president Xi Jingping visits U.S. to strengthen trust...

There are 46 comments on the Daily Mail story from Feb 13, 2012, titled Chinese vice president Xi Jingping visits U.S. to strengthen trust.... In it, Daily Mail reports that:

Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping will visit the U.S. this week for crucial talks aimed at strengthening trust before he takes over as leader of the world's most populous nation later this year.

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#2 Feb 13, 2012
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#3 Feb 13, 2012
Kiss my something
China is already dead, how can help EU, trillion population waiting to be fed, economy slowing down, ethnic unrest everywhere, it's just a matter of time before country toppless
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#4 Feb 14, 2012
paraglider wrote:
Kiss my something
China is already dead, how can help EU, trillion population waiting to be fed, economy slowing down, ethnic unrest everywhere, it's just a matter of time before country toppless
In your sick dreams maybe. It's already the Asian Century, so get used to it. If not, you'll just sulk the rest of your life.
KGB

Chicago, IL

#5 Feb 14, 2012
Just curious, what exactly is the asian century?
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#6 Feb 14, 2012
KGB wrote:
Just curious, what exactly is the asian century?
Replacement for the "British Century" (1815-1914) and "American Century" (1945-2001).
KGB

Chicago, IL

#7 Feb 15, 2012
RayH wrote:
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Replacement for the "British Century" (1815-1914) and "American Century" (1945-2001).
Really? US was not in Burma before, now they are in; US was out of Vietnam in the late 60s, now they are back in again; US are still in Philippines, Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, etc. Believe or not, US will be in DPRK soon. So, do I miss something?
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#8 Feb 15, 2012
KGB wrote:
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Really? US was not in Burma before, now they are in; US was out of Vietnam in the late 60s, now they are back in again; US are still in Philippines, Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, etc. Believe or not, US will be in DPRK soon. So, do I miss something?
Yeah, the Asian Century, which started in 2008.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#9 Feb 15, 2012
Revolutionary Government has been printing money for the purpose of devaluing the US $Dollar. Effectively, this is a tax on the hard working worker *("middle")* class taxpaying minority - the so-called Government inflation tax.

Previous to implementing that scheme, revolutionary Government touted the benefits of Chinese economic expansion. Government licensed airwaves, prompted by taxpayer funded revolutionary occupied academia, were filled with glowing taxpayer funded Government reports, claiming the result would be "low" inflation for American consumers and savers - even though prices were climbing all the while, as revolutionary Government was ratcheting savings rates downward.

Today, only the revolutionary Government political ruling class holds to the discredited idea, "for political purposes only", that "the economy" is "improving". By revving up its printing presses, revolutionary Government proves its wild-eyed 60s 70s era economic and social programs have failed.

According to pre-60s era economic theory, the immediate consequence of greater supply is lower price. The immediate effect of revolutionary Government using printing presses to pay its debts is that the value of the Government $Dollar will fall in relation to the Renminbi, effectively allowing revolutionary Government to renege on its promises. This will happen regardless of any further effort on the part of America's corrupt revolutionary political ruling class.

Still, we are a "democracy". Hoping to score points with a "dumbed down" and gullible electorate, the corrupt political ruling class is "demanding" China "revalue" its currency.

Ronald
KGB

Chicago, IL

#10 Feb 15, 2012
RayH wrote:
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Yeah, the Asian Century, which started in 2008.
So, the American Centry was from 1945-2001, according to your previous poster, while the Asian Centry started in 2008. What Centry was in between then?
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#11 Feb 15, 2012
KGB wrote:
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So, the American Centry was from 1945-2001, according to your previous poster, while the Asian Centry started in 2008. What Centry was in between then?
Transition period, just like in 1914-1945 between the "British Century" and "American Century."
Wynn

Las Vegas, NV

#12 Feb 15, 2012
I am wondering if someone has been living on another planet, because America today is still leading politically, militarily, and economically.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#13 Feb 15, 2012
Wynn wrote:
I am wondering if someone has been living on another planet, because America today is still leading politically, militarily, and economically.
You've been sleeping the last 4 years. China, Japan and India are all in the top 10 economies of the world.
In 2018, China would become the world's largest economy, thus the shift in balance of world power from West to East is complete.
Wynn

Las Vegas, NV

#14 Feb 15, 2012
RayH wrote:
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You've been sleeping the last 4 years. China, Japan and India are all in the top 10 economies of the world.
In 2018, China would become the world's largest economy, thus the shift in balance of world power from West to East is complete.
GDP is only 1 part of the power equation. Qing China had the largest GDP, yet it got beat up repeatedly by the West and Japan:
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/china/T85I3D...

US is superior to China when it comes to nukes, stealth fighters, aircraft carriers, global bases, power projection...And... China cannot militarily dominate US in four decades:
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/china/T4BJOT...

China is surrounded Japan, South Korea, India and Philippines, and Vietnam - states that welcome American influence to counter a rising China. American influence is even infiltrating China's allies like N. Korea, Pakistan, and Burma. If anything, China's power has diminished with encroaching American influence in Asia. China becoming wary of allies falling under Western influence:
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/china/T8PKPH...

I think it's clear that NOW is NOT Chinese century, and it is NOT going to be Chinese century anytime soon.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#16 Feb 16, 2012
Wynn wrote:
I am wondering if someone has been living on another planet, because America today is still leading politically, militarily, and economically.
Wynn.

Yes. You are right. Whether nation State or Empire, both can be viewed just like any other organic body. Just prior to death, the immune system kicks into overdrive. Only through use of the most clever of means, can dying Governments prolong the inevitable.

Ronald

Since: Mar 08

Long Island City, NY

#17 Feb 16, 2012
KGB wrote:
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Really? US was not in Burma before, now they are in; US was out of Vietnam in the late 60s, now they are back in again; US are still in Philippines, Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, etc. Believe or not, US will be in DPRK soon. So, do I miss something?
Overstretched is the word. Military overstretch is the common failing of an empire in decline.
Bob Robert

Livermore, CA

#18 Feb 16, 2012
Kill the chinks, nuclear escalation will reach a maximum by the end of the year, and No Korea will start the WWIII by firing on Russia and USA.
MrOwl

Burlington, NC

#19 Feb 16, 2012
military overstretch. Really? Ashley Furniture opens a retail store Novmeber in, Egads, Ha Noi with plans to open second store in, you got it, Sai Gon. I didn't know Ashley Furniture was military. Payless Shoes!!! Heard of Payless Shoes? Yeah, an AMERICAN shoe retailer. Opening Five stores in Viet Nam. Payless military operation. You guys are funneee!!! Economics are booming between the US and the Asian countries, Myanmar, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapre, Viet Nam, Cambodia, India, Indonesia. Come China, economics is the way to go. Less people die in economics. I mean youse guys have oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico and the American military is NOT bombing them. There's enough oil, business, economics worldwide for everyone. You know the ol' saying make love, not war. How about make money, not war.
Contributions

Minneapolis, MN

#20 Feb 16, 2012
MrOwl wrote:
military overstretch. Really?
...
Economics are booming between the US and the Asian countries, Myanmar, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapre, Viet Nam, Cambodia, India, Indonesia. Come China, economics is the way to go. There's enough oil, business, economics worldwide for everyone.

You know the ol' saying make love, not war. How about make money, not war.
You do realize the epic irony in that saying when you address that to the Chinese from where you are located right?

Since the US has bombed/occupied half the countries in that list you came up with?

History Fail...

LOL.

Since: Mar 08

Long Island City, NY

#21 Feb 17, 2012
MrOwl wrote:
military overstretch. Really? Ashley Furniture opens a retail store Novmeber in, Egads, Ha Noi with plans to open second store in, you got it, Sai Gon. I didn't know Ashley Furniture was military. Payless Shoes!!! Heard of Payless Shoes? Yeah, an AMERICAN shoe retailer. Opening Five stores in Viet Nam. Payless military operation. You guys are funneee!!! Economics are booming between the US and the Asian countries, Myanmar, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapre, Viet Nam, Cambodia, India, Indonesia. Come China, economics is the way to go. Less people die in economics. I mean youse guys have oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico and the American military is NOT bombing them. There's enough oil, business, economics worldwide for everyone. You know the ol' saying make love, not war. How about make money, not war.
Lol, check who is the largest trading partner with all of those countries you've listed. Hell, check who is now the biggest trading partner with EU.

'Made In America' Losing Traction In Europe
http://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2011/10...
MrOwl

Burlington, NC

#22 Feb 17, 2012
Largest and biggest is NOT always BEST. My dad taught me a basic of finances. It is not how much you make. It's how much you end up with. Net pay is better than gross. Which is better, sell a million's worth, keep one hundred thousand, sell half a million and keep 75 thousand. Simple math with percentages. Don't worry about the US/Europe relationship. Ask any european the western limit of europe. Here's a clue:Canada, USA and Latin America IS Europe. Concerning the brilliant remark, US bombed/occupied half the countries in that list. You don't know world history very well, do you, Contributions? In closing, in 2012, US is the junior partner of Europe. Of the nine countries listed in my list, which half were bombed/occupied by the US? Truly, I'm closing. Au Revoir!!!!

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