Sunday, December 21, 2014

SWOT analysis of China, Empire 5th Reich

If China property market bubble burst, it will be something ugly, very ugly. It will end the Chinese economy. We need to prepare ASEAN to take over now.

Prosperity cannot be created out of thin air just what happened to the Europeans, the Americans and the Chinese by the people who control the respective Central Banks.
The people of those countries are living in the fantasy world, if you are not careful you will be the ones who pay the price.

Everything is going to change, and this one will be different from previous financial collapses. Because it won't be just banking and mortgage problems, but a full blow currency crisis.

This will happen because the investors around the world are catching on the fact that the US$ is not the safe heaven it once was.

As a result, we are almost certain to have a major stock market crash, and a currency collapse too.

This will make it nearly impossible for our government to spend more money than they have.

When the US$ currency collapse, everything else will go with it; stocks, bonds, commodities... you name it.

When you destroy the currency, you destroy the entire economy.
You can destroy the whole nation.


In the past half-century, China has lost half its rivers. Today, much water is wasted or polluted, and China is turning to gargantuan engineering projects to solve its crisis. 

China's Water Challenge. China's Water Challenge features water sector problems and developments in Shanghai, Gansu province, and the Yellow River basin. China's Water Challenge is a documentary film that features water sector problems and developments in Shanghai, Gansu province, and the Yellow River basin.

The FT's Beijing Bureau Chief, Jamil Anderlini, reports on China's real estate sector and examines the signs of a property bubble developing in the market.

China has been sacrificing its environment and its people to feed its ever-growing economic powerhouse. The production of computers, cars, and other goods, all at prices below anywhere else in the world, has driven the Chinese boom relentlessly on. Now though China is finally paying the price. "I think they knew it was poisonous to humans but if they used another chemical our output would not have been increased". These are the words of one worker in the computer industry who has seen her and her colleagues sacrificed to produce cheap computers for the rest of the world. However, it is not just the workers who are suffering; China's environment has been badly damaged. One community living next to an incinerator, which consumes China's growing waste, claim their community has been savaged by pollution. "No-one knows who will be the next to die." Some Chinese have been attempting to arrest damage, "I tell the bosses of some companies that you might make money as big as mountains of gold and silver, but, if all the money is made from the loss of green rivers and blue mountains your future generations will curse us, ", but is this all too little too late?

A documentaries on the risks, strategies and successes to doing business in China as a foreigner.

Richie Rich Gets Richer: The widening gap between the world's rich and poor

As countries like Greece and Spain and other western countries are struggle under massive debts that are impoverishing its people, the elites around the world are getting richer and richer. This report looks at the ever widening gap.

"There are customers that have all the way up to 100 vehicles in their garage." Torsten Muller-Otvos from Rolls Royce tells us. Each one costs about half a million and last year Rolls Royce sold more cars than ever before in their 100-year history, but then the luxury industry knows no crisis. Since 2009 the rich have become on average 6 percent richer. So while one in six Americans now has no health insurance, Manhattan's 58 billionaires have gotten richer. As Manuel Koch points out the ratio of return expected by the rich has totally shifted, "People used to be happy making three million profit. Today companies like Apple account for 6 billion profit. That's profit! Not turnover." But despite their greater income the super-rich aren't too happy about the idea of their tax loopholes being closed. In their minds they give back, even if its not through taxes. "I know a lot of rich friends who have charities...when they reach a certain level they give back to the community. So I think less tax is always better than too much." But as the world struggles through a financial crisis and the globe-trotting elite continue to grow wealthier, there's not much evidence they have their communities interests at heart.

Do YOU know where your imported Chinese food is coming from and how it's made? Watch "Sick China: Gutter Oil, Poisoned Food, Severe Pollution"
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