World Should be De-Americanized, China Believes

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Bodyguard

Czech Republic

#1 Oct 15, 2013
"World should be de-Americanized, China believes
14.10.2013 Source:Pravda.Ru

 
According to Chinese publications, the budget crisis in the United States is a good opportunity for other countries to reject the U.S. supremacy and launch the global "de-Americanization. "
One needs to build a world order, in which key interests of all countries, regardless of their size or influence would be respected and protected equally, Xinhua reports.
According to Xinhua, one needs to start building a better, de-Americanized society, right now, when American liberals and conservatives are mopping up the consequences of the fiscal crisis.
On the possible default of the U.S., Xinhua noted that inter-party feuds in the United States put dollar assets of other states at risk.
To crown it all, the publication stated the need to adopt a new international reserve currency to replace the U.S. dollar. "

http://english.pravda.ru/news/world/14-10-201...
Bodyguard

Czech Republic

#2 Oct 15, 2013
Let us end the US American world order ASAP.

"USA's global domination is now coming to an end, after some 60 years. Winners and losers of the US American era:

Winners

1. USA
2. UK,Canada,Australia,New Zealand
3. West Europe
4. East Asia (partly)
5. South East Asia (partly)

Losers

1. Africa
2. Latin America
3. Middle East
4. Islamic World
5. East Europe "

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I used to be Ethiopian

Madison, WI

#3 Oct 15, 2013
Bodyguard wrote:
Let us end the US American world order ASAP.

"USA's global domination is now coming to an end, after some 60 years. Winners and losers of the US American era:

Winners

1. USA
2. UK,Canada,Australia,New Zealand
3. West Europe
4. East Asia (partly)
5. South East Asia (partly)

Losers

1. Africa
2. Latin America
3. Middle East
4. Islamic World
5. East Europe "

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I am with you.
Sankara

Secaucus, NJ

#4 Oct 15, 2013
Africans would happily join China. So would Latin Americans, Arabs, Asians and others.
I can hardly think of any other people where the US has negatively affected each individual's life as Africans and Arabs. So those people cant wait to get rid of the US.
As far as Africa is concerned it is better to close all western military bases on the continent. It is madness to allow your enemy to have bases on your soil. Let us not forget that the US is the guardian of western interest.
Chris

Netherlands

#5 Oct 16, 2013
Louis wrote:
USA,
who is gonna pay with the dollar,
who is gonna speak your language,
who is gonna watch hollywood films,
who is gonna listen to CNN or read the New York Times,
who is gonna preserve your culture, values and heritage ?
Many are now talking about the end of the "white era".
Andromeda

Buffalo, NY

#6 Oct 16, 2013
It is shocking how we were kept ignorant about US power.
Who knows for example what BIS and SWIFT mean ?
Chris From Amsterdam

Netherlands

#8 Oct 18, 2013
"By Xinhua writer Liu Chang

BEIJING, Oct. 13 (Xinhua)-- As U.S. politicians of both political parties are still shuffling back and forth between the White House and the Capitol Hill without striking a viable deal to bring normality to the body politic they brag about, it is perhaps a good time for the befuddled world to start considering building a de-Americanized world.

Emerging from the bloodshed of the Second World War as the world's most powerful nation, the United States has since then been trying to build a global empire by imposing a postwar world order, fueling recovery in Europe, and encouraging regime-change in nations that it deems hardly Washington-friendly.

With its seemingly unrivaled economic and military might, the United States has declared that it has vital national interests to protect in nearly every corner of the globe, and been habituated to meddling in the business of other countries and regions far away from its shores.

Meanwhile, the U.S. government has gone to all lengths to appear before the world as the one that claims the moral high ground, yet covertly doing things that are as audacious as torturing prisoners of war, slaying civilians in drone attacks, and spying on world leaders.

Under what is known as the Pax-Americana, we fail to see a world where the United States is helping to defuse violence and conflicts, reduce poor and displaced population, and bring about real, lasting peace.

Moreover, instead of honoring its duties as a responsible leading power, a self-serving Washington has abused its superpower status and introduced even more chaos into the world by shifting financial risks overseas, instigating regional tensions amid territorial disputes, and fighting unwarranted wars under the cover of outright lies.

As a result, the world is still crawling its way out of an economic disaster thanks to the voracious Wall Street elites, while bombings and killings have become virtually daily routines in Iraq years after Washington claimed it has liberated its people from tyrannical rule.

Most recently, the cyclical stagnation in Washington for a viable bipartisan solution over a federal budget and an approval for raising debt ceiling has again left many nations' tremendous dollar assets in jeopardy and the international community highly agonized.

Such alarming days when the destinies of others are in the hands of a hypocritical nation have to be terminated, and a new world order should be put in place, according to which all nations, big or small, poor or rich, can have their key interests respected and protected on an equal footing.
To that end, several corner stones should be laid to underpin a de-Americanized world."
Chris From Amsterdam

Netherlands

#9 Oct 18, 2013
Part 2

"For starters, all nations need to hew to the basic principles of the international law, including respect for sovereignty, and keeping hands off domestic affairs of others.

Furthermore, the authority of the United Nations in handling global hotspot issues has to be recognized. That means no one has the right to wage any form of military action against others without a UN mandate.

Apart from that, the world's financial system also has to embrace some substantial reforms.
The developing and emerging market economies need to have more say in major international financial institutions including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, so that they could better reflect the transformations of the global economic and political landscape.

What may also be included as a key part of an effective reform is the introduction of a new international reserve currency that is to be created to replace the dominant U.S. dollar, so that the international community could permanently stay away from the spillover of the intensifying domestic political turmoil in the United States.

Of course, the purpose of promoting these changes is not to completely toss the United States aside, which is also impossible. Rather, it is to encourage Washington to play a much more constructive role in addressing global affairs.
And among all options, it is suggested that the beltway politicians first begin with ending the pernicious impasse."
Chris From Amsterdam

Netherlands

#10 Oct 18, 2013
Samson Option

San Jose, CA

#11 Oct 19, 2013
Chris From Amsterdam wrote:
"By Xinhua writer Liu Chang

BEIJING, Oct. 13 (Xinhua)--
...
Moreover, instead of honoring its duties as a responsible leading power, a self-serving Washington has abused its superpower status and introduced even more chaos into the world by shifting financial risks overseas, instigating regional tensions amid territorial disputes, and fighting unwarranted wars under the cover of outright lies."
What territorial disputes is China talking about ?
Between South Sudan and Sudan, Somaliland and Puntland, Kurdish Iraq and Sunni Iraq, Ethiopia and eritrea, Pakistan and "Baluchistan" ?
Samson Option

San Jose, CA

#12 Oct 19, 2013
Oh,
I forgot between China itself and Japan and also the Philippines and Vietnam.

Anyway the article is for the history books.
Andromeda

Buffalo, NY

#13 Oct 28, 2013
If the USA or the americans only had a fraction of the wisdom of real Ethiopians they wouldn't have ended up as a short-lived empire, it is so sad.

Now the Chinese are talking about the creation of a de-americanized world and everyone seems happy.
Collapse

United States

#15 Nov 11, 2013
Will Europeans be repatriated from North America and Australia back to Europe ? We will see.

"THE ROVING EYE
The birth of the 'de-Americanized' world
By Pepe Escobar 

This is it. China has had enough. The (diplomatic) gloves are off. It's time to build a "de-Americanized" world. It's time for a "new international reserve currency" to replace the US dollar.

It's all here, in a Xinhua editorial, straight from the dragon's mouth. And the year is only 2013. Fasten your seat belts - and that applies especially to the Washington elites. It's gonna be a bumpy ride.

Long gone are the Deng Xiaoping days of "keeping a low profile". The Xinhua editorial summarizes the straw that broke the dragon's back - the current US shutdown. After the Wall Street-provoked financial crisis, after the war on Iraq, a "befuddled world", and not only China, wants change.

This paragraph couldn't be more graphic:Instead of honoring its duties as a responsible leading power, a self-serving Washington has abused its superpower status and introduced even more chaos into the world by shifting financial risks overseas, instigating regional tensions amid territorial disputes, and fighting unwarranted wars under the cover of outright lies.The solution, for Beijing, is to "de-Americanize" the current geopolitical equation - starting with more say in the International Monetary Fund and World Bank for emerging economies and the developing world, leading to a "new international reserve currency that is to be created to replace the dominant US dollar".

Note that Beijing is not advocating completely smashing the Bretton Woods system - at least for now, but it is for having more deciding power. Sounds reasonable, considering that China holds slightly more weight inside the IMF than Italy. IMF "reform" - sort of - has been going on since 2010, but Washington, unsurprisingly, has vetoed anything substantial.

As for the move away from the US dollar, it's also already on, in varying degrees of speed, especially concerning trade amongst the BRICS group of emerging powers (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), which is now overwhelmingly in their respective currencies. The US dollar is slowly but surely being replaced by a basket of currencies."


Full article:
http://www.atimes.com/atimes/World/WOR-02-151...

Hezbollah

Madison, WI

#16 Nov 11, 2013
The day china becomes the sole super power is the day I die. China is one of the worst countries when it comes to freedom and democracy. It frequently violates international laws and human rights. Fck china ! Free Tibet !
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United States

#17 Nov 11, 2013
Hezbollah wrote:
The day china becomes the sole super power is the day I die. China is one of the worst countries when it comes to freedom and democracy. It frequently violates international laws and human rights. Fck china ! Free Tibet !
USA is the greatest enemy of Africa and the black man, we should welcome its decline.
Coh3

United States

#18 Nov 16, 2013
Collapse wrote:
<quoted text>
USA is the greatest enemy of Africa and the black man, we should welcome its decline.
That guys story is soon told:
Wisha bebelabet yichohal.
StupidPhillipino Whore

Philadelphia, PA

#19 Nov 16, 2013
I love how half the people talkin' shit on America are hailing from America. Wow, what a failure of the immigration system!
Henok

Gloucester, UK

#20 Jan 12, 2014
Already happening.

http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/jan/...

Beijing describes 2013 figures as "a landmark milestone" as annual trade in goods passes the $4tn mark for the first time

Friday 10 January 2014 11.17 GMT
Angela Monaghan

China became the world's largest trading nation in 2013, overtaking the US in what Beijing described as "a landmark milestone" for the country.

China's annual trade in goods passed the $4tn (£2.4tn) mark for the first time last year according to official data, after exports from the world's second largest economy rose 7.9% to $2.21tn and imports rose 7.3% to $1.95tn.

As a result total trade rose 7.6% over the year to $4.16tn. The US is yet to publish its 2013 trade figures, but with trade totalling $3.5tn in the first 11 months of the year, it is unlikely to beat China.
The shift in the trading pecking order reflected China's rising global dominance, despite a slowdown in economic growth last year.

Zheng Yuesheng, a spokesman for China's customs administration, said: "It is very likely that China overtook the US to become the world's largest trading country in goods in 2013 for the first time. This is a landmark milestone for our nation's foreign trade development."
China had already become the world's largest exporter of goods in 2009.
Henok

Gloucester, UK

#21 Jan 30, 2014
Ha ha, USA acting preemptively and attacking the currencies of B R I C S and emerging markets before these countries could bury the USD by creating an alternative reserve currency and a lender bank likely this year in Brazil.
A huge mistake because the USA or the West have zero chance against the B R I C S who speak for 5.5 billion people !
Hezbollah

Chicago, IL

#22 May 17, 2014
China talked about De-Americanization, referring to the American world order.

Russia now talks about De-Dollarization, referring to the US dollar's reserve currency status.

We should also talk about De-Westernization, referring to ending the cultural domination of the West or ending the global influence of english, latin alphabet and the Vatican.

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