China is using our ailing economic condition to their benefit. While jobs here in the United States are lost and our trade deficit and national debt rise, China is booming. How? Simple. China’s leaders are actually investing in their country. They’re creating jobs and industry, while our leaders are busy shipping our jobs overseas.
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Year after year and month after month we hear of imported goods and food scandals proving to be fatal to Americans. Dried apples preserved with a cancer-causing chemical. Frozen catfish laden with banned antibiotics. Scallops and sardines coated with putrefying bacteria. Mushrooms laced with illegal pesticides. These are just a few problems out of millions with imports coming into the United States borders. This doesn’t include the thousands of shipments of tainted Chinese dietary supplements, toxic cosmetics, and fake medicines. It seems as if year after year the scandals go on, sending our fellow Americans to the hospital ill, if not near death. Just looking back a couple of years we have found:
China has come a long way economically. In 2012, China became the world’s largest trading nation in goods. This has moved 400 million people from poverty to the middle class. Chinese students outperform U.S. students by a far stretch. Also, China is the world’s largest auto manufacturer. This is all coming from a nation that was humiliated during the Opium wars, gone through a long and painful period of dynastic decline, civil war and a backwards economy. It is evident that China has their own plan to improve their economy whereas we in the U.S. have no plan whatsoever.
It should be clear by now we are being colonized by China. Slowly but surely our country is slipping out of our hands and into the control of the Chinese government. They purchase our factories and steal our technology through “technology transfers,” which are forced upon companies attempting to stay afloat. The communist country buys our banks and has now acquired parts of our thought-provoking, cultural industries, like the film industry.