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    Default The United States of China???

    As strange as it may seem, today America is rotting away like a bowl of putrid fruit! Our roads are crumbling, our bridges are falling, our water systems are corroding and our sewer systems are rotting away! Railroad tracks and bridges are almost beyond repair. Our electrical delivery system (the “Grid”) is falling apart! It is estimated that the costs to upgrade all of these systems will reach into the multi billions of dollars! And, with all of our other financial problems(up to 125 TRILLION dollars of debt) where will the money for this come from?
    On the other hand, China is growing by leaps and bounds! And, where is China receiving the money to fund all of this growth? You probably know-the United States of America! And, while we finance China’s modernization programs who is coming to rescue us? I don’t believe that there is one country on earth that would offer ten cents toward saving America!
    The United States has lost an average of 50,000 manufacturing jobs a month since China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001. (10 years times 12 months is 120 months. 120 times 50,000 is SIX MILLION JOBS lost during the last ten years!).
    This following information is taken verbatim from the infowars website:

    As America rots, U.S. companies continue to invest huge amounts of money in China….
    *Coca-Cola is opening up three new factories in China this year.
    *Disney recently broke ground on a $4.4 billion project that will be known as Shanghai Disneyland.
    *Procter & Gamble has invested over a billion dollars in operations in China.
    *Caterpillar has built 16 factories in China and now employs more than 8,000 workers there.
    *Ford is currently “building three factories in Chongqing as part of $1.6 billion investment that also includes another plant in Nanchang”.
    It isn’t just “the jobs of the past” that we are losing either.
    Andy Grove, the former CEO of Intel, says that our advanced technology companies are creating far more jobs overseas than they are in the United States….
    Some 250,000 Foxconn employees in southern China produce Apple’s products. Apple, meanwhile, has about 25,000 employees in the U.S. That means for every Apple worker in the U.S. there are 10 people in China working on iMacs, iPods, and iPhones. The same roughly 10-to-1 relationship holds for Dell, disk-drive maker Seagate Technology (STX), and other U.S. tech companies.
    Americans need to be educated about what is going on. The United States has lost a staggering 32 percent of its manufacturing jobs since the year 2000, and over 42,000 manufacturing facilities in the United States have been closed down since 2001.
    In case you were wondering, that is not good news.
    Our politicians have lied to us. Globalism is destroying our economy. We should have never merged our economy with the economies of nations such as China.
    Beautiful new infrastructure is going up all over China even as U.S. infrastructure rots and decays right in front of our eyes.
    America is being deindustrialized at warp speed and most Americans don’t even understand what is happening.
    Pretty soon, even more cities are going to end up looking like Baltimore and Detroit. The mortgage delinquency rate is starting to rise once again. Thousands of home sit vacant. As our jobs continue to be shipped out of the country, millions more Americans will lose their incomes and their homes.
    If you want to see what the future of your city is going to look like, you might want to check out the really disturbing images of the decline of Detroit.

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    This sh*t makes me sick! Everyone wonders why there's no jobs, because We have let politicians and corporations decide our future and it doesn't look good. If it goes the way they want we will soon realize what its like to live in a third world country.

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    i try to avoid buying china products IF possible. the problem is stuff from china is about all you can get anymore.

    tip #1 stay out of fricking wall mart--their 99% china-and low quality bottom of the barrel china products at that-

    certain products from china still suck , their steel is very questionable though better than it was, their auto parts are mostly crap, their tires/rubber products --so bad don't get me started.

    their cloths --are made of poor quality fabrics with very wide weave and they shrink or expand like crazy--and they can't seem to figure out US or eu sizes--

    their tools--generally very poor metals and cheap plastic , there electric drills seem to have copper plated aluminum windings --very weak motors.

    their appliances are very light weight and their durability is very suspect.

    there are a few exceptions --every once in a while you find "acceptable metal quality" or a decent tool --that is a rare event though.

    now the landfills are filling up with this cheap shit --a major source of pollution that is obvious --

    yet al gore would rather have a carbon tax and add emissions to your oil burner pick up that injects fuel into the tail pipe to reduce emmissions? how fricking stupid is that?

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