45 Signs That China Is Colonizing America

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Just because you were once the most powerful nation on earth does not mean that you will always be the most powerful nation on earth.  Every single year, hundreds of billions of dollars leaves the United States and goes to China.  This enormous transfer of wealth has had a dramatic effect on both countries.  In case you haven’t noticed, many of our formerly great manufacturing cities such as Detroit are rotting away while shining new factories and skyscrapers are going up all over China.  If you go into any major retail store today and start turning over products, you will find that hundreds of them have been made in China and that very few of them have been made in America.  As a nation, we buy far, far more from China than they buy from us.  As a result, China is absolutely swimming in cash and they have been looking for things to do with all that money.  One thing that China has done is loan the U.S. government over a trillion dollars and this has given the Chinese a tremendous amount of leverage over us.  China has also started to buy up businesses, real estate and natural resources all over America.  This kind of “economic colonization” is similar to what China has already been doing in Africa, South America and Australia.  The formula is actually very simple.  We send them our money and then they use it to buy us.  With each passing day China’s ownership over America grows, and it is frightening to think about where all of this could end.


The following are 45 signs that China is colonizing America….

#1 It was recently announced that China’s Dalian Wanda Group has bought U.S. movie theater chain AMC Entertainment for a whopping 2.6 billion dollars.  This deal represents China’s biggest corporate takeover of a U.S. firm ever.

#2 Earlier this month, the Federal Reserve announced that it has given approval for banks owned by the Chinese government to buy stakes in U.S.-owned banks.

#3 A few days ago Reuters reported that China is now able to completely bypass Wall Street and purchase U.S. debt directly from the U.S. Treasury Department.

#4 A recent investigation by the U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Services found more than one million counterfeit Chinese parts in the Department of Defense supply chain.  How in the world could we be so stupid?

#5 After being bailed out by U.S. taxpayers, General Motors is currently involved in 11 joint ventures with companies owned by the Chinese government.  The price for entering into many of these “joint ventures” was a transfer of “state of the art technology” from General Motors to the communist Chinese.

#6 A Chinese company known as “Sino-Michigan Properties LLC” has purchased 200 acres of land near the town of Milan, Michigan.  The goal is to build a “China City” with artificial lakes, a Chinese cultural center and hundreds of housing units for Chinese citizens.

#7 As I reported on recently, corporations controlled by the Chinese government have been rapidly buying up U.S. oil and gas deposits worth billions of dollars.

#8 Chinese investors have been gobbling up real estate all over New York City.  The following is from a recent Forbes article….

According to a recent report in the New York Times, investors from China are “snapping up luxury apartments” and are planning to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on commercial and residential projects like Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn. Chinese companies also have signed major leases at the Empire State Building and at 1 World Trade Center, the report said.

#9 The Chinese are also doing huge real estate deals in cities in the middle part of the country.  The following example is from an article in the Toledo Blade….

Dashing Pacific Group Ltd., which has already purchased the nearby Docks restaurant complex for $2.15 million, put its $3.8 million offer to buy the southern 69 acres at the Marina District in East Toledo back on the table for approval by Toledo City Council. Additionally, Dashing Pacific Chairman Yuan Xiaohong, in a letter signed in Hangzhou, said the firm wants a two-year option to buy the decommissioned Toledo Edison power plant property on the site.

#10 According to ABC News, major road and bridge projects all over the United States are being built by Chinese companies.  Meanwhile, there are millions upon millions of blue collar American workers that cannot find jobs.  The following is a brief excerpt from a recent ABC News article….

In New York there is a $400 million renovation project on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge.

In California, there is a $7.2 billion project to rebuild the Bay Bridge connecting San Francisco and Oakland.

In Alaska, there is a proposal for a $190 million bridge project.

These projects sound like steps in the right direction, but much of the work is going to Chinese government-owned firms.

“When we subsidize jobs in China, we’re not creating any wealth in the United States,” said Scott Paul, executive director for the Alliance for American Manufacturing.

#11 The new World Trade Center tower is going to include glass that has been imported from China.

#12 The new Martin Luther King memorial on the National Mall was made in China.

#13 Check out this incredible photo which contrasts the decline of Detroit over the years with the amazing rise of Shanghai, China.

#14 A couple of years ago, a large Chinese company was considering building “a 10,000- to 30,000-acre technology zone for industry, retail centers and homes” just south of Boise, Idaho.

#15 Our trade deficit with China in 2011 was $295.5 billion.  That was the largest trade deficit that one country has had with another country in the history of the planet.

#16 In 2011, our trade deficit with China was 28 times larger than it was back in 1990 and more than 49,000 times larger than it was back in 1985.

#17 Back in 1998, the United States had 25 percent of the world’s high-tech export market and China had just 10 percent. Today, China’s high-tech exports are more than twice the size of U.S. high-tech exports.

#18 America has lost more than a quarter of all of its high-tech manufacturing jobs over the past ten years.

#19 According to the Economic Policy Institute, America is losing half a million jobs to China every single year.

#20 The U.S. spends about 4 dollars on goods and services from China for every one dollar that China spends on goods and services from the United States.  Does that sound like “fair trade” to you?

#21 While we allow Chinese goods to freely flood our shores, China just keeps slapping new tariffs on American-made goods.  According to the New York Times, a Jeep Grand Cherokee that costs $27,490 in the United States costs about $85,000 in China thanks to all the tariffs.

#22 According to U.S. Representative Betty Sutton, an average of 23 manufacturing facilities a day closed down in the United States during 2010.

#23 The United States has lost an average of approximately 50,000 manufacturing jobs a month and more than 56,000 manufacturing facilities in the United States have been shut down since China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001.

#24 The United States has lost a staggering 32 percent of its manufacturing jobs since the year 2000.

#25 Between December 2000 and December 2010, 38 percent of the manufacturing jobs in Ohio were lost, 42 percent of the manufacturing jobs in North Carolina were lost and 48 percent of the manufacturing jobs in Michigan were lost.

#26 In 2010, China produced more than twice as many automobiles as the United States did.

#27 In 2010, China produced 627 million metric tons of steel.  The United States only produced 80 million metric tons of steel.

#28 In 2010, China produced 7.3 million metric tons of cotton.  The United States only produced 3.4 million metric tons of cotton.

#29 Today, China produces nearly twice as much beer as the United States does.

#30 85 percent of all artificial Christmas trees are made in China.

#31 China is now the number one producer of wind and solar power on the entire globe.

#32 Chinese solar panel production was about 50 times larger in 2010 than it was in 2005.

#33 Right now, China is producing more than three times as much coal as the United States does.

#34 China is now the number one supplier of components that are critical to the operation of U.S. defense systems.

#35 According to author Clyde Prestowitz, China’s number one export to the U.S. is computer equipment.  According to an article in U.S. News & World Report, during 2010 the number one U.S. export to China was “scrap and trash”.

#36 According to Professor Alan Blinder of Princeton University, 40 million more U.S. jobs could be sent offshore over the next two decades.

#37 The United States had been the leading consumer of energy on the globe for about 100 years, but during the summer of 2010 China took over the number one spot.

#38 15 years ago, China was 14th in the world in published scientific research articles.  But now, China is expected to pass the United States and become number one very shortly.

#39 China now awards more doctoral degrees in engineering each year than the United States does.

#40 China now possesses the fastest supercomputer on the entire planet.

#41 China now has the world’s fastest train and the world’s most extensive high-speed rail network.

#42 The Chinese economy has grown 7 times faster than the U.S. economy has over the past decade.

#43 The Chinese economy is projected to be larger than the U.S. economy by 2016.

#44 One economist is projecting that the Chinese economy will be three times larger than the U.S. economy by the year 2040.

#45 China now holds approximately 1.17 trillion dollars of U.S. government debt.  If you were alive back when Jesus was born and you had spent a million dollars every single day since then, you still would not have spent that much money by now.

In compiling the statistics above, I relied heavily on two articles that I previously authored.  You can find them here and here.

Please share this list with as many people as you can.  It is imperative that the American people get educated about why our economy is falling apart and about why there are so few jobs.

Thanks to the foolishness of our politicians, today American workers have to compete directly for jobs with workers on the other side of the globe where it is legal to pay slave labor wages.

Do you want your standard of living to continue to descend toward the level of a communist worker making about a dollar an hour?

Do you want tens of millions of American workers to be unemployed indefinitely as millions of good jobs continue to leave this country?

If not, you better stand up and say something while you still can.

The greatest economy the world has ever seen is falling to pieces right in front of our eyes and most Americans are dead asleep.

Is there any hope for us?

  • Gary2

    China is investing in infrastructure and its people. We are not as the republican austerity crap is being implemented.

    • mark

      Gary2, Both parties have done wrong to this nation. Both continue to take freedom from us. Your party steals our hard earned wealth through higher taxes and give it to many that have no desire to work. Both parties are working hard to take what freedom we have left in the name of the war on terror. Good luck to China if they intend to try to keep or take the resources or property they are buying. There are a lot of well armed people in this country at some point will say enough is enough. This will be a hard Country to control as the British found out a few hundred years ago.

      • Tight on this country will not go quietly!!

    • Marcus

      Without infrastructure, no industry.

      • Burt Fisher

        They don’t want the infrastructure. They just want a place to grow rice.

    • Kevin


      We can have the finest roads and bridges but without a manufacturing facility at the end of it there will be no self sustaining employment. Those roads and bridges will not create those factories when they have to compete with slave wage nations importing into the US duty free.

      While the Republicans supported Free Trade in public the Democrats told their supporters that they were against it until it was time to vote. With it we got NAFTA and China Free Trade during Clintons terms with his signature.

      The best thing you can do is help the Democrats become the Democrats they once were in the 1930s.

      • Mary

        Nice thoughts–but the Democrats will never be what they were in the 30s. Do you really think they care for the poor? They care for the minorities, yes, but not all minorities are poor and not all whites are rich. Increasingly there is no middle class, and as you say., the Democrats will never change Nafta any more than the Republicans.

  • ScoutMotto

    Our so-called public servants sold us down the river long ago. They are traitors.

  • Colin

    Another thing that the Chinese aren’t doing is laying off teachers and closing schools. They are investing in education.

    In my state, the San Diego Unified School District approved 1,500 layoffs on May 23.


    How can we compete with the world when our work force is undereducated?

    I feel that we need to depoliticize this nation’s education system, and I feel that we need to recognize as a nation that an uneducated population is a threat to national security.

    • Magnum Serpentine


      Tea Party approves laying off Teachers. After all they only teach Evolution, which the tea party considers evil.

      Then I am reminded that President Obama tried to get a jobs bill that would have penalized China but the Republican’ts in Congress obstructed and blocked this bill.

      I know who I am voting for in November 2012.

      And thats my opinion
      Magnum Serpentine

      • Burt Fisher

        Let’s skip (for now) that your statements are untrue. Let’s pretend that they are true.

        * Laying off teachers. If you call something a name, it does not make it that thing. Just because they are part of the Department of Education, it does not mean they are teachers. And of the titled teachers, not all of them are adequate at their teaching job. So yes, get rid of about 80% of the Department of Education and leave the actual, effective, TEACHERS alone to do their job, and pay them well, and support their efforts to teach.

        * They only teach evolution. OK, let’s not teach anything about how humans may have come to be in existence. It cannot be proven one way or the other, so let’s teach mathematics or physics instead of evolution or religious topics.

        * Penalizing China. I am unable to comment on this because it is too far away from anything resembling reality.

        OK, so that is if your statements are true. But since they are provably false, I have to conclude that your statement about knowing who [sic] you will be voting for in November 2012 is also false.

        That oughtta just about do it then. Thanks for stopping by. And good luck with your future. You will need it.

      • laura m.

        Magnum, etc. George Bush ruined the housing industry which barely got started being trashed when Clinton was in..Bush Jr had eight years to fix it. The Sr Bush got NAFTA/GATT going full swing. I trust neither party as they are not for the people but big banks and industries…save your time and gas and stay home from the circus (polls) as the only ones running for office are elite controlled zombie puppets.

  • mondobeyondo

    Where was China 100 years ago? Okay, forget the obvious joke (same place they are today). No, really, where were they? They were a relatively backwards people without modern technology (although they did invent gunpowder). Now, admittedly, I don’t know much about Chinese history, but they started to get their act together during WWII, when they were our ally, and really got moving after 1949, under Mao and the “Great Leap Forward” (?).

    And where is China today? Talk about Panda Express! Go figure…

  • mondobeyondo

    I found this nifty little book/CD set at a local swap meet several months ago. It’s called “Mandy and Pandy say, “Ni Hao Ma?” You can probably find it on Amazon or eBay.

    This little children’s beginners book gets two thumbs up from me. Forget Rosetta Stone. Hey, it’s a start. I think I’ll keep it. Could be a hot commodity in the years to come…

    p.s. Can’t wait for the sequel… “Mandy and Pandy take over the USA”

  • mondobeyondo

    Here’s your first Chinese-English language lesson!

    A few words to get started – please translate from English to Mandarin Chinese:

    Bank of America
    New York
    San Francisco
    Frank Sinatra
    Real estate
    American money
    J.P. Morgan Chase
    Rich (not rich chocolate but rich money)
    New York City
    Ramen noodles

    (Hey, don’t worry. I can’t translate any of these either.)

    • Jerrick

      Well, I’m French, but I can help you…
      I think the first word you have to learn is “History”, written 历史(lì shǐ).
      In that article, close to reality, you just forget the treatment western world and Japan imposed to China between 1840 and 1949 when Mao declared the birth of the The Republic of China. The Opium War started in the 1840’s because a huge trade deficit between England and China, already for the benefit of China.
      Chinese people have never forget that. They’ve been waiting 150 years to repair that National pride.
      We’ve forgot that. Maybe you’ve never heard about that. But this is the true History. Let’s consider that what’s happening now is just because of us.
      I’m not chinese, pro-chinese or anti-chinese or whatever. I know that and in the end, I’m not surprised. Just a return of History.

  • Joe

    I can’t believe that there are still people who believe that the politicians want what’s best for America but are just too stupid to do it. Make no mistake, they know exactly what they are doing and everything is calculated for effect.

    Now, with that in mind, go pick a conspiracy theory out of the hat.

  • EnglishMichael

    Is there any hope for the USA?

    Absolutely not! China is civilizationally superior to the USA and Europe in every way. By that I mean that the Chinese have been doing civilization for four thousand years and they’re smarter than we are.

    Europe and the United States are reverting to their natural state of barbarism such as you get when you take Christianity out.

    • Nexus789

      I think Christianity is quite barbarous actually after reading about the crusades and pogroms in the middles ages. All religions breed intolerance.


    Make this number 46. China has OWNED a United States Military Base in LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA since March 7 2007.
    Don’t believe me ? Try this on for size….
    click here http://www.dailyrepublican.com/chinesegot.html

    Still not in a panic yet, eh? Okay watch this video. I dare you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqSzLYYXDpY

  • Alyssa

    Didn’t Japan buy up USA in the 80s?

    • Steve

      Yeah, but Jap babes are ************ and ***********************.


    I ain’t buy this… look back ancient history time, did Asian coutry colonized Europe or Africa before US America? Why not China/ Asia colonizing Mexico and South america before British people discovered the north america as their new world? Did China/ Asia save french country and protect french people from warlords? China/ Asia is very depend and weakness.. I ain’t fear them all. all Asia and china are POS!

  • Rene

    STOP buying Chinese crap in your local store….you can live without those cheap products full of chemicals.
    Besides some hidden parts in my pc, made in China yes, I have nothing that is made in China in my house.
    I wont buy that crap and supporting their economy…

  • Susan

    The Chinese people are willing to work hard for wages that meet fair maket value. Amerricans on the other hand demand more than they are worth or instead go on welfare. There is the answer…the lazy American

    • Gay Veteran

      moron, “fair market value” being near slave labor with NO environmental regulations (thus massive air and water pollution)

    • Nexus789

      You have absolutely no idea. I think you should retreat to day TV soap operas and not try to think.

    • nomark

      You have a very small grain if truth, but it seems to have been embellished by your hatred of the USA.

      It’s true American’s have overvalued their value, but that is mostly due to the unions. However, to say the Chinese worker works for a “fair market value…” well if by “fair market value” you mean slavery, you’d be right.

      The facts are the US overvalued it’s labor force and demands higher wages than it’s probably worth (on the whole) but China so undervalues it’s labor force it’s really ignorant to call it “fair market.”

      As for American’s being lazy? Americans still are the most productive workers on the planet. And that’s taking into consideration their “over valuation.” So clearly there is no laziness in the US. I have traveled a lot and I can tell you, the US’s attitude toward work, productivity, efficiency are second to none. I think the Germans are second and then there is a pretty large gap before you get to third. In fact what China did was learn from Hong Kong which while being British was clearly following the US free market system. So in a way the US is a victim of itself.

      It’s true there are segments of the US population that fit the “fat and lazy” stereotype, they are not the majority and the core culture is still there and when the system reboots, you’ll see it come to the top again.

  • We have nobody to blame,but ourselves,in this mess.We as a country, are a greedy people and want to have things at a cheap price. We will trample over everyone on BLACK FRIDAY,and don,t care where the product is made.Some people will even steel or kill another person for this junk.We should be ashamed of ourselves for acting this way for plastic Chinese made junk(and other foregn made crap).China is not to blame for this. WE AS AMERICANS ARE TO BLAME.For things to change,WE need to change our priorities in life.We Can Blame our POLITITIONS and CORPORATIONS for all of this, and rightfully so, but WE the AMERICAN people also have a lot of blame in this too.To start to change things around, we have to start with ourselves and support only buying local,stop buying Chinese and foregn made trinkets and toys(lot of stuff we don,t even need to be happy).But unfortunatlly,we are so greedy and have to have this junk, even if it is destrying our country and our furure.So Fellow Americans keep on buying Chinese goods, so our country will bleed more jobs out of the country,so more people will be umemployeed and we can be a BANANA REPUBLIC like the CENTRAL AMERICAN NATIONS,full of poor people, no good jobs and a CORRUPT GOVENMENT just like them.IT IS UP TO US TO MKE THE CHANGE FIRST AS INDIVIDUALS AND BY OUR ACTIONS.I live in Baja California Mexico, and the same thing is happening here too, More and more Chinese made crap is in the stores and less and less Mexican made products here.When I was visiting British Columbia Canada,the same thing is happening there.CHINESE MADE JUNK.It is happening all over and it is all of our faults for supporting this MULTI NATIONAL CORPORATION GREED.

    • Mary

      Thanks for sharing Sequoia. And you’re right. People trampling each other in sales like Black Friday or any other bargain show how cheap and stupid we have become. I worked in retail for several years and could not believe hot stupid and nasty people were–just to save a dollar. If they’d stayed home they could have saved a fortune. Interesting to know about Canada and Mexico.

      There’s a saying by C. P. Snow (from 1920s) about Britain and how “they [the 16th cent Venetian Republic] knew…that the tide of history had begun to turn against them. …. They were fond of their pattern, just as we have become fond of ours. They never really found a way to break it.”

  • Michael thanks again for this information that is quick and easy to read and understand.You do a real good job in laying tings out,and easy to share with people.I am sharing this information with people here in Mexico(they can translate the info in Spansh on the computor).This Info can even make a difference here and try also to wake the people up here, because what happens in the USA, affects the people here also.NAFTA and the NORTH AMERICAN UNION are also negatively affectin the people here too.

    • Michael


      Thank you for sharing the information down there in Mexico. It is true – NAFTA has not been good for Mexico either.


  • Janice Doelle

    My husband (died 22 years ago) Always said “The yellow race will rule the world.” He claimed that he read that in the bible. I am not a bible scholar, nor was he, but he believed what he said.

  • Donald Wilson

    The politicos don’t give a rats ass about the citizens of this country most are greedy vermin. Their goal is take away your rights and enslave you. Eventually rhe majority will be unemployed and dependent on the slave owners. We are at the cross roads the Chinese will eventually own the United States. Good luck.

  • Nathan Ham

    I think it’s just Shem getting his tents back:

    Genesis 9:27, “God shall enlarge Japheth, and he shall dwell in the tents of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant.”

    • Gary2

      and here I thought it was Ham. Damn got it wrong again. I guess Ham is a ham.

  • Debaser

    #40 China now possesses the fastest supercomputer on the entire planet.

    No, they don’t.

    The fastest supercomputer in the world is the K Computer in Japan.


  • Piglet

    Forgotten by everyone but military historians, the US maintained a large military presence in China from the post-US Civil War period until forced out by the Japanese immediately after the Pearl Harbor attack. The occupation was the largest overseas basing of US forces until the post-WW II occupation of Europe. The dragons on the insignia of the US Army’s 14th and 15th Infantry regiments commemorate this occupation of China. See:


    The reason for occupation was the usual one: economic exploitation. As USMC Major General Smedley Butler said, “In China I helped to see to it that Standard Oil went its way unmolested.”

    After WW II, US forces returned but were forced to leave as the Nationalist Chinese forces neared defeat. For many decades the Chinese were divided and suffered under the occupation and exploitation of foreigners, but no longer.

    Napoleon reportedly said, “Let China sleep, for when the Dragon awakes, she will shake the world.” That day has come.

    • Agha Memnun

      That justifies Japanese imperialism in mainland China? Whatever you say.

    • Martin Luffa

      The tens of millions murdered by Mao was totally awesome “progress”

    • nomark

      You have to start asking yourself how this could happen. When the middle east gained power it was because they had oil. But China has little natural resources other than it’s docile human population. How can all the other world’s free markets sit by and watch China rise to such a position? Because they let them. They see humans as a resource to be exploited and the Chinese govt is only too happy to milk their resource for all it’s worth. However if you are a human in one of those other “free markets” that means you don’t have the value you once did. I hope you find oil in your back yard.

  • Prof. Pizdoboltsev

    Unfortunately, we are living in post-industrial era.
    Surely, we have things we can be proud of:
    1. USA produces much more propaganda than China does (and probably more than any other country in the world).
    2. USA is number one supplier of democracy worldwide.
    3. USA is number one supplier of greenish pieces of paper with pictures of Presidents.

  • RealityBetraysUs

    This should serve as a warning signal that we need to revoke and repeal NAFTA AND CAFTA, before our whole economy collapses!
    Do we have to wait for the RED Chinese ARMY to invade our shores before we figure out that we are no longer in charge of anything of importance any longer in this country? WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO WAKE AMERICA UP? ANOTHER 911? ANOTHER PEARL HARBOR?

  • Andrew

    Long Live China!

  • Once again we have to realize the law of the land. The US congress has the power to regulate, and tax foreign trade. Instead of making it harder for foreign enterprise to do business here while American workers struggle, the congress is doing everything in its power to destroy America, and put it under the control of a foreign nation.

  • research247

    Ron Paul is Pro-Peace. His immediate goal?

    Bring our soldiers back home
    & re-implement the Bill of Rights

    Here is a brief mash up in ALPHABETICAL ORDER from “policymic” and “natural news” & others (see links) of where Paul stands on specific political issues taken from his speeches and writings.

    Permit me to attempt to define some terms:
    Subsidies are good? Subsidies lure lobbyists to cajole Congress to cater to special interests rather the US citizens

    Equal rights vs Freedom? We are all equal under the Constitution: Black, White, Asian, Disabled, Able Bodied, GLBT or otherwise a member of sexual diversity, Elderly, Children, Fetus, Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Mentally Ill, Mentally Well, tall, short, overweight, slim, attractive, unconventional looking, etc.

    When we try to carve out “equality” and ask the gov’t for this privilege of “civil rights” or “gay marriage” we abdicate our right to our inherent freedom. From the beginning of time, human existence and history, we all truly deserved freedom of life, liberty and property which automatically included rights to marry or equal rights. We have forgotten our inalienable rights as living human beings and now must rediscover and reclaim our freedom of life, liberty and property.

    Abortion: [Ron Paul supports that all living humans have an equal right to life, liberty and property. His advocacy for the protection of human life ranges from a scientifically verified fetus to a whistleblower to an elderly severely disabled person to an incarcerated person.] He has sponsored legislation that would define life at conception at the federal level. [However, each state could make it’s own determination].
    Ron Paul advocates a deregulated adoption market. He opposes government subsidies for everything from the FDA, to big mono crop agriculture, to big pharma to abortion.

    Bailouts: [Ron Paul’s wants to end the Fed & stop bailing out criminal bankers. Ron Paul wants to investigate those who illegally benefited from the bailouts.] Paul opposed TARP, the $700 billion Wall Street financial bailouts of 2008, and socializing the losses of industries in general.…

    Capital Punishment: Paul is now against the death penalty for fear that an innocent person may be executed. In the past he had supported it.

    Drug War: [Ron Paul supports decriminalizing marijuana & ending the futile & nation-damaging War on Drugs.] Paul firmly opposes federal involvement in the regulation of the sale & use of drugs. He supports medicinal marijuana, pardoning of non-violent drug offenders, abolishing the DEA, & views drug addiction as a health issue, not a criminal one.

    Economics: According to Paul, [being able to have many options available such as a large variety of heirloom veggies and many types of pastured eggs & raw milk] is the most humanitarian system in the world because it allows human beings to be free, produces wealth, and creates cooperation, order, and peace. [Ron Paul would seek to eliminate FDA censorship of the scientifically-validated health claims for natural remedies. Ron Paul supports your freedom to choose what you eat & drink.]
    Education: [Paul wants to abolish the Department of Education as it is outside of the actual realm of the Federal Government according to the Constitution.] Paul supports home-schooling and decentralization of responsibility. He states that schools should be accountable to parents, rather than to federal bureaucrats. Ron Paul points out subsidies increase cost to taxpayers.

    Energy: Ron Paul a wide range of choices in the market to allow producers and consumers to find the best sources of energy. He opposes subsidies to energy industries. Ron Paul believes that private property rights are a far better way of protecting the environment and resources as opposed to government programs like the EPA which supports cronyism – good old boys club.

    Environment: ‎ “Create a system of incentives that drive a reorganization of the financial system & a realignment of its internal rewards to favor transparency, accountability, & public service.” From “Liberating Main Street from Wall Street Rule” (see Forbes online article Aligning Incentives with Public Interest)

    “Public property forces inefficient political solutions to environmental & other natural resource problems. This inevitably leads to mismanagement, overuse & wasteful legal battles, because those making decisions do not gain or lose based on the wisdom of their decisions.” http://www.infohaus.com/access/by-seller/ZENO_Press

    “By forcing over 40 percent of the land in the United States into public ownership, this government has subsidized and encouraged the mismanagement and degradation of natural resources. Public ownership of property, as the fundamental idea behind all forms of socialism, has restricted or eliminated the natural market mechanisms which encourage humans to take care of things they own. “

    “A private owner of a farm, factory or forest is motivated to preserve the value of the resource by taking care of it. If the owner makes bad decisions, the resource value declines. If the owner makes wise decisions, the resource is maintained or enhanced. These gains or losses accrue directly to the property owner.”

    “The idea behind free market environmentalism (FME) is that pollution, whether of noise, smoke, dust particles, smells, whatever, is a trespass… injunctions would be granted for clear and present dangers, and damages, when demonstrated, would be assessed against the perpetrators.”

    Executive Power: Ron Paul states that a president has important, yet narrow functions specifically delegated in Article II, Section 8 of the Constitution. Paul opposes the idea that presidents can wage non-defensive war without a declaration of war from Congress.

    The Fed: Paul …sees the Fed’s interest rates as price-fixing because only the market can determine the price of money. Paul supports competing currencies and a repeal of legal tender laws. He claims central banking allows governments to spend without limit and is the only way to pay for a welfare-warfare state as well as destroys the dollar’s purchasing power.

    Foreign aid: Government-subsidized foreign aid is an unconstitutional wealth-transfer from [the struggling middle class paying taxes here in the USA which is given to the wealthy elite in other countries]. If people want to help those around the world, they should & already do so voluntarily through private charities, non-profits, etc.

    Free Speech: Ron Paul wants to legalize Free Speech (again).

    Guantanamo Bay detention camp: Ron Paul would shut down secret military prisons like Guantanamo.

    Health care: Ron Paul would like to see a much freer health care market (like the technological sector) where prices go down and quality goes up. Paul argues that government intervention cartelizes service and drives up costs.

    Question: For instance would our gov’t ever have come up with, much less offered to sell us, an iPod we all could afford?

    Paul is opposed Obamacare, Medicare Part D, and opposes any federal involvement in the distribution of medicine and insurance.

    -[Ron Paul would seek to eliminate FDA censorship of the scientifically-validated health claims for natural remedies.
    -Medical costs would be much lower & realistic with the dismantling of the medical pharmacological industrial farm complex.
    -People would have the money for health insurance if we ended the income tax (The income tax was illegally instated in 1913). If you were able to keep your entire earned income and when medical prices became real rather than inflated, do you still think the gov’t can take better care of you and your loved ones than you could or would?
    -Medical costs would be lower without the Fed causing inflation by counterfeiting money.
    -Doctors could spend more than 10-15 minutes with their clients & eliminate insurance paperwork.
    -The current medical system is clearly in need of reform. Thousands of people in the medical system die everyday and many seek alternative care despite significant costs.
    -There are valid verifiable methods of curing cancer outside of radiation and surgery and is currently illegal.
    -Poor people will still have access to the ER.
    Immigration: [Ron Paul wants to eliminate the lure of free benefits for illegal Immigrants. Ron Paul said: “We’re in worse shape now because we subsidize immigration. We give food stamps, Social Security, free medical care, free education & amnesty. It’s an economic issue. If our economy was in good health…We’d be looking for workers and we would be very generous.”]
    Paul wants the National Guard (and other military forces) to return home from border disputes around the globe in order to better enforce U.S. immigration law…. He supports the expansion of private property rights and boundaries along the border rather than a fence.

    Marriage: Marriages should be privatized. People should be free to contract with whomever they choose.

    NDAA: Paul strongly opposes the provisions that give the federal government the authority to arrest U.S. citizens and hold them indefinitely without trial.

    PATRIOT Act: Ron Paul states this gives the federal government too much broad power to wire tap without a warrant, monitor communications and financial transactions, and undermine basic civil liberties.
    He has said that the Patriot Act bill basically nullifies the Fourth Amendment. [Ron Paul has fought for the Bill of Rights & the U.S. Constitution for three decades. He has a perfect voting record in defending it. He fights for your freedoms in a way more than any politician has ever done.]
    Rule of Law: Ron Paul insists we must maintain the Rule of Law in the USA. Our laws must be universally moral, consistent and appropriate with the historic needs of humanity rather than cater to special interest groups. (this entry is the current mash-up authors’ addition).

    Taxes: Technically taxes are only to be paid by corporations and gambling facilities, according to the Constitution. …Taxing personal income on each individual is essentially the initiation of force, and Paul wants taxes [on each genuine living human citizen of the USA] to be as low as possible. Paul routinely calls for the elimination of the federal income tax and argues that private citizens should spend their money as they see fit, rather than as directed by politicians and bureaucrats.

    Torture: Torture is immoral and uncivilized. Studies show torture produces little reliable evidence & damages the torturer her/himself & their families. Torture is unconstitutional and illegal as well. Ron Paul is the only Presidential candidate against torture.

    War and National Defense: He wants an immediate withdrawal from the multiple “hot” wars being engaged in, an end to the stationing of troops and weapons across the globe, and the U.S. out of NATO and the United Nations.

    Since the beginning of his congressional career, Paul has advocated a consistent foreign policy based on armed neutrality, diplomacy, and trade and a Christian “just-war” philosophy that argues that war is only justified in self-defense

    Whistleblowers: Paul argues that a free society depends on openness and transparency. He opposes the torture and imprisonment without trial of whistleblower Private Bradley Manning and has said that under a Paul administration, Manning would be protected. http://www.policymic.com/articles/8437/should-i-vote-for-ron-paul-2012-complete-guide-to-ron-paul-s-stance-on-every-issue/featured_scroller
    Feel hopeless?

    “I firmly believe that now is a better time than ever before to reclaim our liberties… liberty will prevail.” Ron Paul

    1. Do we need wealth and power to be spread out into millions and millions of hands instead of only a few?

    2. Do we need a system that tremendously encourages small businesses instead of absolutely crushing them?

    3. Do we need dozens of competitors in most industries instead of just a handful?

    4. Do we need to empower average Americans to be their own bosses instead of being dependent on big government and big corporations? (Is the government “my baby’s’ daddy?”)

    5. Do we need a system that gives “the little guy” a fighting chance?

    Consider the following from “Theory of Power”
    “By themselves, rulers cannot collect taxes, enforce repressive laws and regulations, keep trains running on time, prepare budgets, direct traffic, manage ports, print money, repair roads, supply food, make steel, build rockets, train police & army, issue postage stamps or even milk a cow. People provide these services to the ruler … If people would stop providing these skills, the ruler [would be stopped from] rule. – Gene Sharp, The Politics of Nonviolent Action

    Traditional power is thought of as a pyramid – people at the top order those below them.” The grassroots way views power as flowing upwards. And there’s the model for that, the upside-down triangle.” From Citizens 4 Freedom

    On a personal note, I have realized that Ron Paul is only part of the solution. The long term solution lies in people who are getting informed and active that will bring about the needed change. It is upon every Americans’ mind, body and spirit to regain our freedom, property and dignity. I do thank you for getting this far.

    Is Life, Liberty & Property Safe in the USA? Are we free:

    1. To travel freely in the USA without undue psychological or physical menace?
    2. To own private property?
    3. To express, speak, of the press?
    4. From unreasonable search & seizure?
    5. From arbitrary arrest, delay of justice?
    6. To defend self with force of arms?
    7. To choose with whom to associate?
    8. To choose what to eat & drink?
    9. To choose medical care for yourself?
    10. To contract with others without gov’t regulation?
    11. Freedom from taxation?
    12.To contract freely with other willing parties without government regulation or licensing

    “The most basic principle to being a free American is the notion that we as individuals are responsible for our own lives and decisions. We do not have the right to rob our neighbors to make up for our mistakes, neither does our neighbor have any right to tell us how to live, so long as we aren’t infringing on their rights. Freedom to make bad decisions is inherent in the freedom to make good ones. If we are only free to make good decisions, we are not really free.”
    ― Ron Paul

  • BillybonesIII

    You Americans have obviously been asleep for the past 20 odd years.
    We in Canada knew they were on their way in the years prior to y2k.
    When Hong Kong went back to Chinese control, their wealthy citizens flooded our shores. They bought up every cottonpicking piece of property in the lower mainland of British Columbia.
    C’mon up to Vancouver some time. You’ll think you’re in Hong Kong.
    I’m waiting to see if a portion of the city is set aside as “Canada-Town”
    Don’t blame Obama for this one. It’s coming to a street near you very soon.

    • Vuil

      And the same in Toronto. I get flyers through the door that are completely in Chinese.

      They don’t even bother to provide an English translation anymore.

      It is now possible in Toronto to shop at a Chinese supermarket, read Chinese newspapers, eat at Chinese restaurants, watch Chinese TV, listen to Chinese radio, work in a Chinese business, buy a car from a Chinese dealer and have it serviced by Chinese mechanics and send your children to Chinese school without a word of English.

      Essentially Toronto is a Chinese city with some white and Indian and Arab enclaves to add local colour. There are commercial areas where it is possible not to see English writing.

      Americans, want to see a society committing cultural suicide: Visit Vancouver or Toronto. In those cities the old Canada no longer exists.

      Oh and I forgot to mention. If you object and indicate that are not happy with the new status quo, well you are a racist and could be charged with a hate crime.

      • nomark

        Same in Vegas. While visiting last year I drove down one street for almost 15 miles and all you saw was Chinese business after Chinese business. The only reasons you knew you were in the US were the traffic signs. Most everything else was in Chinese.

  • Brew

    American GREED, that’s what it all comes down to. These corporations are only in it for themselves and don’t give a shit about you and I, plain and simple. 20, 30, 40 years from now, only the 1% great-great-great grandchildren will be free because of the money or assets they inherited or sold.

    • nomark

      Trust me, greed is not an American trait. It’s a human trait and it’s a part of every society regardless of the geographical location or political system.

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  • arish sahani

    China has no idea what human being are consist of . USA has capacity to swallow any one. I am sure in due course China will be swallowed by USA and INDIA.
    Just wait and see.

  • I would like permission to reprint this article on my webnews site.
    Michael Carr,
    The Weekly Diatribe

    • Michael


      I always give permission for others to republish the articles. One of my goals is for as many people as possible to see them, and I am always honored when others consider my articles to be of enough value to share on their own sites. :)


  • Jaybb

    When CEO pay comes down, then our companies can start affording to keep things in this country. The CEOs and Boards of too many American companies would rather lay off workers here and outsource the work than take pay cuts and prosper within the US. It’s just too easy to get rid of workers than to change their own life styles. The CEO of Toyota, as an example, makes about $1 million per year. The CEO of Ford makes $24 million a year. There’s something seriously wrong with our compensation models. Sure, I’m all for free trade, capitalism etc but China’s Communism with a friendly face is doing so much better. We won’t trade with Cuba but let’s build more factory in communist China. Something’s seriously wrong and there’s no way this ship will turn around. It’s way too late, folks unless we start demanding change. Tariffs are a good start. If they charge a 10 or 20% tariff on our goods, we need to reciprocate and do the same here. I remember going to Turkey with some Canadian friends years ago. At the border I was charged $65 for my entry visa while my Canadian friends paid $45. I asked why and was told $65 is what the US charges Turkish citizens for a visa. Canada charges $45 for their visa. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. Let’s start reciprocating and charging Chinese manufacturers exactly what they charge us!

  • John Mayer

    #40 – Your info is not up to date, number 1 fastest supercomputer is in Japan (K computer) :

  • Here in Minneapololis the nightly news went on and on about the neighbor from hell in White Bear Lk…The lady was obviously mentally ill…But,,,THAT IS WHAT WE ARE SUPPOSED TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT!!!!!!!!

  • I think it’s time to make Chinese a compulsory language in schools. That way when we do future manual labor we’ll be able to understand the boss.

  • LOLa

    This is nothing but the result of having TOO MUCH of your beloved capitalism, and not enough regulation of corporations because “that’s sushialism!!!1!!

  • Roddy6667

    While the US has Military bases in 130 countries and is busy waging against about 6 countries now, the Chinese are busy striking mutually beneficially business deals around the world.
    It’s America’s fault that it is a turd circling the bowl.

    • Roddy6667

      Correction…”waging war”

      • Dave

        Maybe China is deploying our military!

  • Jesus Fukiyama

    I’m not worried this is the same thing that happened with Japan in the 80’s and then their economy collapsed and we got it all back soon after. The same thing will happen to China if the 800 million poor don’t overthrow the government first. Sayonara China!

  • gary

    Soon you will all be turned into Soylent Green for the Wealthy ! Ha Ha Ha, Sheeple !

  • Jon Zheli

    Nobody in the American government cares. And as an example how concerned our Congress is with the consent of all but two Representatives it voted Israel and unlimited amount of military aid. The investment and technology which went into producing that aid will in turn end up in China.

  • What was not stated was that as with the U.S. and other developed countries, China continues to concentrate ownership of its productive capital assets in a minority of privileged and politically favored individuals, denying the ordinary Chinese man and woman access to earnings produced by productive capital ownership.

    To compete with and far surpass China, America must engage in an all-out initiative to extend pure capital credit to ALL Americans to acquire viable private, individual ownership portfolios in business corporations and companies to expand American-made productive capital capabilities. Such investments can be accomplished using commercial banking insurance and Federal Reserve reinsurance, with the loans paid back out of the future earnings (future savings) of the investments.

    To reinvigorate “Make It In America” and “Made In America” the government should create financial incentives and tax provisions to reward American companies that bring manufacturing back to the United States from abroad, promote manufacturing investment, and incentivize more investment by foreign companies, all with the condition that the employees will share in the ownership benefits generated by the new capital formation projects. The result will be more broadened employee ownership and in-sourcing of jobs created by the new capital formation projects, and make America self-reliant.

    The government should impose robust import levies and tariffs (tax) on particular classes of imports that are determined to be manufactured outside the United States and exported back to the United States that do not qualify as “Fair Trade” and unfairly undercut an American-make equivalent. At present, American business corporations are increasingly abandoning the United States and its communities to invest in productive capital formation outside the United States, particularly in China, Mexico, India, and other parts of Asia. As a result, America is experiencing the deindustrialization of America. This has forced policy makers to adopt a redistributive socialist solution rather than a democratic capitalist one whereby democratic economic growth of the earning power of the citizens would flourish simultaneously with new, broadly-owned productive capital formation investments in the United States. Such overseas operations have the advantage of “sweat-shop” slave labor rates relative to American standards, low or no taxation, supportive infrastructure provisions, currency manipulation, and few if any environmental regulations––which translate to lower-cost production. Thus, producing the same product or service in the United States would be far more expensive. For most people, economic globalization means a growing gap between rich and poor, technological alienation of the labor worker from the means of production, and the phenomenon of global corporations and strategic alliances forcing labor workers in high-cost wage markets, such as the United States, to compete with labor-saving capital tools and lower-paid foreign workers. Unemployment is high and there is an accelerating displacement of labor workers by technology and cheaper foreign labor, resulting in greater economic uncertainty and unstable retirement incomes for the average American citizen––causing the average citizen to become increasingly dependent on government wealth redistribution programs.

    We need a policy change, which assures truly “Fair Trade” and that exponentially reduces the exodus of our manufacturing prowess and invigorates America’s entrepreneurial exceptionalism and competitive spirit to create products and services in the spirit of “the best that they can be.” We need policies that will de-incentivize American multinational corporations and others from undercutting “American Made,” while simultaneously competitively lowering the cost of production through expanded capital worker ownership. At present, the various incentives in place do not broaden capital ownership but instead further concentrate ownership.

  • Italics Mine

    Welcome to the rise and fall. Dare we wonder what comes next?

  • cramar

    The facts in this article need to be updated. For example, I checked one: “#40 China now possesses the fastest supercomputer on the entire planet.” Japan solidly gained the distinction of making the fastest one year ago!

  • Now all of you know we have the best politicians money can buy.


  • Mr. Sam

    to all Americans,

    Guys you got to wake up,,,,,

  • Where will it end? With a military incursion against the western alliance if we try to seize control of our own assets. China, (her mindset is a matter of public record because of her past documented actions), will move to defend assets that she owns. As Bill Clinton said, ‘It’s the economy stupid!’ And they own both our economies and our debt.

    If they own the economy, (because of its consumer support infrastructure to their own product and manufacturing base, they WILL move to defend their interests. Australia supplies a major share of their raw materials. America supplies a docile consumer base. China is now a ‘black hole’. A vacuum-like hole that sucks everything into it until nothing is left.

    I am a conservative in my views, (for which I make no apology),but I think I am swinging to the politics of some South American countries of the Left who, some years ago, took back control of their assets and countries from foreign overlords. I never thought I would make a statement such as this but, that’s how I now see it.

    It may now be too late but we should ‘seize the day’ before the sun sets on Camelot. ‘Sic transit Gloria!’

  • Nikki

    China does not colonize, colonization is christian crusade mission to domination the world in disguise. China is a secular country, has no intention to dictate the world, never in its >4000 yr written history had invaded any country and never will. On the contrary, other countries had attempted to colonize China, from Mongolian Empire occupation in 1206, to British Opium War on China 1839-60, to Japan occupation of China in WWII. China merely owns America, bc most of our national debts and treasury bonds are owned by China bc of the buy-now-pay-later culture of the US, whereas Chinese saves up the money and never spend them. That’s the diff. US will become another Greece with the sovereign debts when it cannot repay the debt back, a doing of its own, not bc Europe or Germany is colonizing Greece. Same applies to the sovereign debts we owe to China.

    • Agha Memnun

      Good b8, m8.
      China has a lengthy history of colonialism, from the Shang conquest of Xia at the Battle of Mingtiao in 1600 BC to the PRC conquest of Tibet in October 1950 following the Battle of Chamdo. China only exists today because of the Han Chinese conquest and colonization of indigenous Northeast Asian, Central Asian, and Southeast Asian peoples…

  • datorman

    It’s time for the American consumer to realize that the cheap prices on everything from China is greatly due to the fact that we are probably the only civ8lized country that doesn’t impose tariff’s on all of the junk coming in from overseas. Look at what citizens of other countries pay for imported items, due to tariffls. If we were collecting tarriff’s in imports, it would remove some of the motivation for companies to move manufacturing overseas and, at the same time, could pay for things like retraining American workers. Look at the tarriff’s imposed by China (#21) on OUR products. Why aren’t we playing by the same rules??

    • nomark

      Well we could slap tariffs on their stuff, but it’s hurt US citizens with higher prices. The key is to remember the tariffs go to the govt, not the people. In fact the US ran the first 150 years on tariffs and duties without an income tax. So the solution is to slap on the tariffs while ending the income tax. The govt’s gets their money, the trade system is more balanced, the people pay more for stuff, but they keep what they earn…

      A win/win/win.

  • JG

    totally *******************.

    u guys forgot about the Bilderberg group.

  • Sue Epn

    And eBay / Paypal are the facilitators capitalizing on direct product selling from China, putting Americans out of work.

    Bye Bye Free Speech – Monopoly Corporations already control the internet. Google, eBay, Facebook.

    Where is the competitions?

    Speak out, and you’ll be falsely accused of Fraud. This is eBay’s tactic, devised by their attorneys. Your money in frozen in cooperator hands, and your recourse is??? Arbitration?

  • American Woman

    This certainly makes one wonder what will happen in the future..but it really shouldn’t be that much of a fear.
    American’s are nothing more than arrogant – As one myself, being whipped by communism might not be so horrible.
    Look at Japan – They’ve changed their ways to be like us americans.
    I’m positive if this were to happen – our outspoken rights will change them as well.

  • Sassafrass

    Please people, get this to as many Anonymous groups as possible. They seem to be far more effective than the US Government.

  • Tracy Photogirl Shaw

    and China is in the top 10 list of our enemies in missile defense. ??!!?!! WTF?

  • john700

    The same things were said about the Japanese in the ’80s. It did not happen as predicted.

  • The Sheeple

    I have notice a HUGE increase in oriental faces in Nanaimo. I am talking large numbers just over the past couple of years. There are now Chinese markets opening around town and more and more real estate agents have two or three digit names. I intend to gouge one of them on a sale of my home … I have a view and a modern house … they will pay big for that as they did in Vancouver over the past twenty or so years … They can have this planet …. they can deal with the muzzies and the Africans and the Russians …. the rest are no problem all wimps all the time. The Chinese will defeat climate change by simply declaring that it is a normal part of nature … which it is … they go about the business of taking over the world.

  • ralph

    You want to slow down China you just need to stop shopping at Walmart and we need to stop shipping them our food.