UPDATED : Quantity is not Power . Quantity with Quality is Power.
The British conquered Africa because it had quality weapons but if the Africans had quality weapons with their quantity (population) they would have remained in charge.China has quantity but quality must equal the quantity fir it to be a real threat. Hence it is working its brains out to make sophisticated guns.
MODERN CHINA IS A PRODUCT OF THE WEST … WHY CHINA IS RISING TO FALL AS THE WEST FALLS TO RISE
Henry Kissinger the Great (having his hand on practically every foreign policy that has changed the world as we know it since the 1970s)tried to lend a helping hand to Fareed Zakaria’s thesis of a rising China and the Post Western World . This helping hand is not that helpful but a blinding hand .
China is rising because of the Western Elite and its relations with it not because of its Economic resilience per se .This is not Ancient China rising but Modern China , a product of the West .
What is making very many academics and laymen believe in China is its Economic Might .Of course China is an economic superpower .However has it become a superpower on its own volition or through international relations ?
Its through international relations with the superpower America that China has risen .
The Western Banking Elite is moving to China and Africa and South America since the Western Econom is dead . That is all about the hullabaloo about China.
The western Economy is dead in terms of the Economic life of Westerners will hit a dramatic low for their economies to survive.
I keep on asking people that if China is a superpower why is it that its economy is:
1. Based on generics and copy cats
2. Based on Western Innovations and Ideas
3. Based on Outsourced Western jobs and Western Companies
4. Not about new ideas and new ballistic weapons
In fact the innovation being reported on the Media is nothing but Cheap Labour making many copy cats .
It is a fact that Chinese products are poor quality compared to Western products –how can you call such a power a Super power when it only produces weak things ?
The reason why the Western Elite are calling China a superpower is because its Large population is making the Western Elite, Superpowers.
China’s Cheap Labour is good for making very many products to feed the mega consumerist world which consumes like there is no tomorrow. The difference between Chinese Labour and western Labour is Costs and Skills .
Chinese Labour is basically forced labour in many cases .The same applies to their expatriates .One Chinese Road Contractor in Kenya told me that he was a prisoner in China and that he is serving his sentence in Kenya by being a road engineer.
The road contractor is taken care of by the Kenyan Government but the Kenyan Government pays the Chinese Government and not the Chinese Road Engineers..
So China is building Kenya using prisoners and not private skilled personnel .That is not new as Britain did the same in Australia.
Thus the Western Elite prefer labor that produces many and not quality because quantity not quality is power .Yet the reverse is also true -quality is also power.
So Chinese products hit the shelves because they are many and not because they are of good quality and this gives China profits making her economy grow .
If the West produced similar products from China of good quality and advertise themselves on quality they would win .However quality is a long gone characteristic in a Consumerist world that always wants the latest, most flashy gadget in town
So Henry Kissinger should not blind people from the real Chinese picture .China is a Western Creation.That is why George Bush Sr , NWO Lord who was ambassador of China became President of USA .
Both China and USA are British Colonies with China being a collaborator even though not fully conquered. It joined BRITAIN BECAUSE IT COULD NOT BEAT HER.
THE CREATOR OUTSMARTS THE CREATION
China should be called a superpower if :
1. Its ancient systems of administration are employed in the world
2. Its ideology influences the laws of nations
- It has Military presence in ALL NATIONS.
However when you describe Modern China it is nowhere near the China Kissinger is talking about that existed for 1800 years .
Modern China was born out Marxist Leninist Ideology , all Western Academicians .The only thing thatChinadid was Chinisize or Localize that Ideology.
This talk that Communism is Anti Westewrn is ludicraous as if Zeng Luo Ming wrote the Communist Manifesto . Dont blame Mao Zedong , blame western Karl Marx and Lenin. Communism is Western.
Secondly, Modern China copies Western techniques of making weapons and space technology.We are being treated to Chinese missions to the moon .China is copyig the West and actually Russia which was first in the world the landmark mission (Skepticism is rife about the Amerian Mission) (Now Russia is the threat and not China her baby)
So China should reinvent itself and sell its own ideas and system and make it available for the world to use if it wants that title .
Yet that is the crux of the matter . NO IDEOLOGY RULES THE WORLD BUT GUN IDEOLOGY. Kissinger forgot to add that Obama believes in Ideas which always fall on the Gun Ideology when ideas fail to sink into the ears of the listeners –ask Libya.
The West became superpower because of the Gun- it won the wars .The wars of the flesh run supreme when you cannot win the wars of the mind . The main reason countries like Africa and South America actually accepted Western Ideas , Systems and Religion is because of the Gun.
Gun Ideology did not make all the Chinese Christians but it made them subject to Western Ideas and Systems.
HENRY KISSINGER’S COLD WAR DENIAL
Henry Kissinger is right that China is a threat to the West but if it is a threat as he says, how come there is no Cold war as he is asserting ? Talk of superpower contradiction.
The COLD WAR IS ON BECAUSE OF China’s (Russia’s) rise and its out for resources that help in building the gun ideology .China has the population to conquer the world .It only needs the guns .The Chinese are Coming.
Kissinger: China poses ‘big challenge’ for U.S.
CNN)— Given China’s increasing power and economic security, dealing with the Communist nation poses a “big challenge” for the United States, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said Sunday.
Kissinger was national security adviser in President Richard Nixon’s administration, and almost 40 years ago he made a secret trip to confer with the Chinese, a voyage that paved the way for the normalization of relations between Washington and Communist China. He recently has written a book, “On China,” and appeared Sunday on CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS.”
Asked whether he had any inkling four decades ago that China would become the global power it is today, competing with the United States economically and technologically, Kissinger said, “It would have been inconceivable. Nobody had any such perception or expectation.”
Since those talks, relations between China and the United States have remained stable, Zakaria noted. In recent years, China has tried to get America’s help in modernizing its economy, tacitly supporting a lot of U.S. foreign policy, Zakaria said. But some believe that may be changing now and that a new chapter of Chinese foreign policy may be beginning.
“There are elements in China who, particularly after the financial crisis, feel that there has been a fundamental shift in the balance of power and that the international conduct of China and the results of its conduct should reflect this,” Kissinger said. “But one shouldn’t think that all of this is America’s fault, because the Chinese — we have been dominant in the last 50 years — they’ve been dominant in 1,800 of the last 2,000 years.
“And you know, I think America is entering a world in which we are neither dominant nor can we withdraw, but we are still the most powerful country,” he said. “So how to conduct ourselves in such a world — it’s a huge test for us. And China is the most closely approximate country in terms of power. And one with such a complex history. It’s a big challenge.”
Another Cold War is not the answer, he said, as that “would lead to confrontations over an extended period of time that would be draining to both societies and draining to the countries that have to deal with both societies.”
President Barack Obama’s approach to China is “fundamentally correct,” said Kissinger, who served as secretary of state under Presidents Nixon and Gerald Ford. “What we fundamentally need with the Chinese is to come to an understanding of where we both think we are going.
“And I believe the best thing that Nixon did, that we did in the Nixon administration, was not that we were super skillful on practical problems, but we were willing to spend many hours explaining how we thought in middle- and long-run terms, and so did the Chinese.”
While that didn’t help on the actual day of the conversation, “when something came up, you could have some feeling that the other side, when it was reported to them, would have a framework within which to interpret it,” he said. “This is still not adequately done.”
Asked whether he is reluctant to criticize China more publicly on its human rights record, Kissinger said, “I’m not reluctant at all. And I insist on affirming my preference for democracy and my rejection of autocratic and dictatorial institutions. At the same time, there are a number of people, very few, who have, over a period of decades, established the confidence of the Chinese leadership. And we think that we are in a better position to bring about the achievement of these objectives by using influence in such a way that there is no demonstrated victor or loser.
“I have said that when I engage myself in China, as I do periodically on individual cases, I do not do it in a public confrontation, but in a personal dialogue. That is really the nature of the disagreement. It is not a disagreement as to the importance of the objective,” he said.
On whether he thinks Obama is “Kissingerian,” Kissinger — who endorsed Republican candidate Sen. John McCain in the 2008 election — said, “My impression of Obama is that he would like to believe that you can sweep the world by the power of ideas, and that the ideas alone will dominate the world, and that you can ignore the equilibrium part of the equality, and that you can do it with rhetoric. … That’s what he’d like to believe.”
But Obama, he said, is also “a good mind. And so he looks at the world and sees what’s actually happening. So when he speaks, he often sounds as if he were in the world of ideas alone. When he acts, he is very conscious of reality. I think he’s basically very close, if I put his actions together, to the objectives that I affirm.”
Obama, he said, may view his remarks as “a private compliment, but he will not want to advertise it.”