China’s taking over European Union with bailouts, conditions

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“China, in bailing out Europe, is asking for its goods to be allowed in without barriers .. We hope that the EU will relax restrictions on high-tech exports to China … and develop trade relations that are balanced and sustainable,” Mr. Li wrote in an op-ed titled, “China will be more open to the world” that was published Wednesday in the German daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

China, in bailing out Europe, is asking for its goods to be allowed in without barriers – and for Europe to start selling technology, automobiles and most significantly military technology and weapons without restrictions to China.

“We hope that the EU will relax restrictions on high-tech exports to China … and develop trade relations that are balanced and sustainable,” Mr. Li wrote in an op-ed titled, “China will be more open to the world” that was published Wednesday in the German daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

China is asking Europe to loosen or eliminate its embargo, dating back to the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, on providing China with arms or other military equipment.

After investing heavily in Europe, the Chinese seem to have won a warm response to this overture. Catherine Ashton, the EU’s foreign minister, released a policy paper calling the arms embargo “a major impediment for developing stronger EU-China co-operation on foreign policy and security measures.”

Why is this happening? The Real truth

We often wonder if there are actually people out there who think these constant debt swaps around the globe (that seem endless) are one day going to bring everyone’s economy roaring back to where it was.

In fact, it is not meant to bring anything back; quite the opposite. It is meant to tear the current world economy down by interconnecting world debt. The show they put on that they are trying to ‘save’ the global economic system is just that — a show. So people don’t get angry and revolt as they would if they tried to reform the entire system all at once. Slow and steady or incrementalism are the tenets of socialism.

They want our current system of varying world currencies (controlled by central banks [yes your country has one]; a communist idea) and countries competing against each other, constant and unbridled growth at the expense of the planet and environment and such to fail: and it needs to in order to save the planet from our selves.

When it does fail, they will bring in the new system they have planned: one world currency with no paper money, one world government to oversee the goings on of our planet, under the UN banner.

That’s why the US and it’s allies are ‘liberating’ and bringing ‘democracy’ to every despotic tyrant who bats an eye these days and seem to be gearing up for a run at North Korea and Iran; it is not about oil or freedom. Anyone who may not go along with the new system (or the new world order as G Bush senior called it in his speech to the UN) will need to be removed and brought into line with international laws and conventions in order to pull it off.

It doesn’t necessarily need to be a bad thing when it does happen, but it will definitely change the world as we know it, and we will need to be vigilant to make sure this new system doesn’t turn into a tyranny itself.

References:

(1) China and the EU: Building a reciprocal relationship

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