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China's Fall
China's days as an economic behemoth should come to a screeching halt, somewhere in the near future.  For one thing, it's debt to GDP is now over 260%.  The US's is right at 100%.  

Bloomberg explains this here: Sizing Up China’s Debt Bubble: Bloomberg Economics

But not everyone agrees that this is a problem: Stop worrying about Chinese debt, a crisis is not brewing.  Only one problem, the writer of that article, Chen Zhao, is from.....................?  S5

Keep in mind that this is only one of the warning signs.  This Youtube video presents eight negatives which should lead to a big fall.  But there is a ninth one which I will mention last.  

8 Reasons Why The Economy Of China Will Collapse

Here's a ninth reason.  We are entering into a Grand Solar Minimum.  Throughout history these GSMs have led to Chinese dynasty collapses.  Crops fail, and the heavy population faces starvation.  Civil unrest will lead to rebellion.  I have previously forecast a breakup of China into several independent states, and I still forecast this happening in the near future, as district leaders take control of their areas in order to survive.  

China is in for a rocky future, with so many things against it.  Even Japan had far less obstacles, and it is just been coming out of its decades old recession.
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Perhaps getting into a full-scale trade war with China would be our best strategic move. Their economy would utterly collapse, before it has any serious effect on our economy. We wouldn't even have to wait for the Grand Solar Minimum. But we should offer them good relations and fair trade, if they will quit trying to cheat so severely about everything.

If and when China collapses, who gets their nukes? Will the surviving factions use the nukes against each other?

The mainland faction that chooses to ally itself with Taiwan might emerge the dominant faction with the most prosperity. Especially if that faction includes Hong Kong.

Russia will not need to worry about Chinese incursions into Siberia, since Siberia will be even less inhabitable than it is now when the Grand Solar Minimum comes. Maybe at first there will be a lot of refugees, but the refugees are not likely to find much sanctuary and solace in Siberia--which is where Russia has always sent people as punishment in normal times.
Ron, this guy thinks so.  

Results contradict doomsaying media reports

The establishment media reporting President Trump’s economic battle with China is warning of massive new costs for American consumers.

Tariffs, after all, are paid by American consumers who buy Chinese products, reporters have needled White House officials into confirming.

But one columnist, admitting he is “no fan of the president,” has had enough of the “partisan, inaccurate drivel.”

Marketwatch columnist Brett Arends writes: “Yes, tariffs are ‘costs. But they do not somehow destroy our money. They do not take our hard-earned dollars and burn them in a big pile. Tariffs are simply federal taxes. That’s it. The extra costs paid by importers, and consumers, goes to Uncle Sam, to distribute as he sees fit, including, for example, on Obamacare subsidies.”

He went on: “It wasn’t long ago the media [were] complaining because Trump was cutting taxes. Now it’s complaining he’s raising them. Confused? Me too. And the amounts involved are trivial. Chicken feed.”

But now there’s even more ammunition for those who support Trump’s insistence on a fair trade relationship between the U.S. and China.

A study by the Coalition for a Prosperous America found that a potential 25 percent across-the-board tariff on all imports from China would deliver “significant, sustained benefits for the U.S. economy.”

It would create 1.36 million additional jobs and an additional $232 billion to GDP over five years, the study concluded.

“China’s rise has come at the expense of U.S. jobs and manufacturing,” said CPA Chairman Dan DiMicco. “This new research demonstrates just how much the United States stands to gain from reclaiming our manufacturing base. Blind adherence to free trade clearly hasn’t worked, and boosting domestic production should now be our top priority.”
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Interesting piece.

How many 'fights' can communist China pick before 'someone miscalculates'

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