The Future of the World Pivots On the Events In Hong Kong

Wednesday, August 28, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Dave Hodges
Wednesday, August 28, 2019

The 20th century was to have belonged to the United States. The 21st century was promised to China. Both countries were tasked to help usher in a path toward one world government and a one world planned socialist economy. Former President, HW Bush, called it the “New World Order” as he was the first to use the term on the world stage.

If the millennials were ever taught real economics in their post-secondary educations in America’s liberal-controlled state universities, they would see right through the fallacy of socialism in any form. The Maoist version of the centrally planned economy has miserably failed to produce efficient growth and has even caused China to fall far behind not only the industrialized nations of the West but also the new industrial powers of Asia, namely Japan, who just inked a super trade deal with the United States, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and not coincidentally, Hong Kong.

The Attempted Closing of the South China Sea

By this time, China was to be the globalist darling emerging on to the world’s power scene as the dominant power in Asia. However, the Chinese could not even master the abovementioned nations. Subsequently, the Chinese did what communists do best, they tried to bully their neighbors as they attempted to close the South China to international trade. Their military unable to project any dominance created artificial Islands and turned them into a type of stationary aircraft carrier. The attempt was laughable and was widely chastised among military experts. Aircraft carriers are effective because they are mobile and in combination with planes that they carry, all targets of military airpower are potentially in range. So, this feeble attempt to project Chinese military power in response to a failing economy, was laughable and ate up precious Chinese resources! And when China attempted to blockade passage, President Trump sent in the US Navy and China did what confronted bullies frequently do, they ran for cover.

In short, China’s attempt at projecting world-class military power has been dragged down by a pervasive third world status in their people’s standard of living. Poverty permeates the Chinese financial landscape. Their economic prowess is largely cosmetic as we have witnessed in the wasted construction of the Chinese so-called “ghost cities”.

“Build It and They Will Come”

That phrase may work in a Kevin Costner movie, but it failed miserably for the Chinese Communist Party as they attempted to become an urban industrialized economy. Chinese political refugee and Princeton University professor, Cheng Xiaonong, stated in that in lots of places in China, farmers are being forcibly relocated at gun point and forced to relocate to urban areas. Cheng said, “[Party chief] Bo Xilai has been promoting a policy of moving farmers into towns, building apartments and moving forcibly relocated farmers into these stack and pack apartments and treating this as urbanization.” Cheng said urbanization isn’t about calculating how many farmers are relocated into cities, but about farmers being able to move into the city and gaining some measure of sustainable employment and adequate living conditions. But the projected factory jobs did not come because China is a failed economy. These relocated farmers, without the prospect of jobs is a recipe for economic and social disaster. Soon, there will be tens of millions of Chinese totally dependent on government handouts to survive. This is the power that governments strive to obtain because it gives them total control. This Chinese scene is reminiscent of the Agenda 21 inspired movie, Hunger Games.

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