Friday, April 9, 2010

China the 2010 version of the 1930 United States

Headlines: China fin min fails to sell out bills at auction

China is no different than the United States was in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The United States was a huge exporter, flooding the world with cheap products.

The only reason those factories in China keep running is because of newly created credit created worldwide, lead by the United States. Wait till all you nutbags see the hidden balance sheets over in China where they are building large cities that have no occupants.

China runs the exact same system as the United States, and is a part of the global financial credit system. The system is expands at the rate needed or it starts to collapse. The Chinese have about as much power to sustain the equation long-term as Snoopy.


  1. excellent yes they are the US in the 1930's
    a bubble built on a bubble but everyone thinks it will save us. Pleeease..........

  2. China has the exact same system within the global financial system... unless they have unlimited power to fuel the equation, eventually they will collapse. The tanks over there are to keep their own people inline.