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    China is trying to take over the world by destroying the USA - Conspiracy?

    I have thought this for a few years now and while it is in and of itself considered to be a conspiracy theory, it seems to hold up and really make you question what is going on right now. In order to dominate the world, they would need to get power over the US or over Russia and then use whichever one they focus on to take out the other. India could be a threat to them but if they have the US, they won't need to worry so much. I think all this cultural stuff that has been getting pushed in America has more to do with cultural warfare than actual human rights. I never trusted the government, likely never will but I think most of us can see what is happening in China and declare it a bad thing.

    It seems as if China is using American culture against itself. They fund gender programs in colleges, they have their hands in our trading system and labor work, they are buying land on American soil for who knows what, they basically own Hollywood now as well as the NBA... What next? It just seems weird to me.

    Do you think there is something to this? Do you think they are trying to destroy the US from within in order to dominate the country and then take full global power?

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    To be honest that's not far fetched and wouldn't surprise me at all. Looks like they're just picking up where the Soviet Union left off.

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    I think this is what China has been doing all over the world during the last few years. It's soft economic imperialism. China promises to Western investors the illusion of limitless growth (by manipulating their currency and having no proper labor laws, allowing Western corporations to abuse their workers), and in turn Chinese investors promise to Western countries the illusion of limitless funding for economic projects (harbors, railroads, etc). It's part of the Belt and Road initiative, which is a front for China's imperialistic endeavors.

    I don't think this is entirely doom-and-gloom, though. China still relies heavily on Western imports. Sanctions and restrictions from many Western powers would put China's economy into accelerated freefall. Add to that its inevitable demographic crisis (China still prefers males over females for children and thus there are too few women for too many men), as well as the fallout from its attempts at genociding the Uighurs, and you get a China which has puffed itself full of hot air, a paper dragon, a balloon ready to pop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OutlawBard19 View Post
    I think this is what China has been doing all over the world during the last few years. It's soft economic imperialism. China promises to Western investors the illusion of limitless growth (by manipulating their currency and having no proper labor laws, allowing Western corporations to abuse their workers), and in turn Chinese investors promise to Western countries the illusion of limitless funding for economic projects (harbors, railroads, etc). It's part of the Belt and Road initiative, which is a front for China's imperialistic endeavors.

    I don't think this is entirely doom-and-gloom, though. China still relies heavily on Western imports. Sanctions and restrictions from many Western powers would put China's economy into accelerated freefall. Add to that its inevitable demographic crisis (China still prefers males over females for children and thus there are too few women for too many men), as well as the fallout from its attempts at genociding the Uighurs, and you get a China which has puffed itself full of hot air, a paper dragon, a balloon ready to pop.
    I see what you are saying. I mean I know they have a lot of their own problems which will continue to get in the way of their plans. I just worry that too much of the US government has China in their back pockets and I know we are the ones who suffer while they just get richer and continue to screw us over. I think it is a mess but if people realized what was going, a lot of countries would turn against them. I think they want people to be uninformed or misinformed though. This is why the focus in the media is always on Russian.

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    If I wanted to destroy a country from the outside without using military power then I would do exactly this. Sow division and confusion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
    If I wanted to destroy a country from the outside without using military power then I would do exactly this. Sow division and confusion.
    This is especially efficient in a post-A bomb world, where everybody has the bomb and nobody wants to use it because if they use it, it gets used on them. Better to slowly infiltrate an enemy country and manipulate it with the guise of freedom and economic benefits.
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    Well, "Chairman" Mao would have been proud.

    Right now, the PRC is more red than the homeland of "classic red" itself, North Korea. After years of fine-tunning their economy, the time has come to show true colours and start playing "The Great Game" (a.k.a. imperliasm). I won't be suprised if they will dare to invade Taiwan in a couple of years.

    During my college years, I had a visitng professor from Hefei. She was in her mid-40s and very kind, in general, but when discussion hit the topic of Japan, her eyes would dilate and stare into the distance. It's like she was programmed from early age just to say this one line: "Japan has nuclear weapons, and China has nuclear weapons as well, but China will only use them in self-defence" (in other words, Japan won't hesitate to burn half of our world).
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    Quote Originally Posted by OutlawBard19 View Post
    This is especially efficient in a post-A bomb world, where everybody has the bomb and nobody wants to use it because if they use it, it gets used on them. Better to slowly infiltrate an enemy country and manipulate it with the guise of freedom and economic benefits.
    Yeah it would seem there is far too much to gain as well. I read stories about them buying large pieces of land in different states, like actual Chinese citizens. They did the same in Canada. It just seems a bit weird. Almost get the sense that they want to push everyone into dense cities and take control of the land for their own bidding. It is scary when you think too deeply though. Almost feels like a movie script.

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    In my probably completely uninformed opinion, China is a country that operates from a similar playbook as Russia. It's like they're conducting completely modern warfare; not by putting troops on the ground, but by playing the long game and slowly manipulating international circumstances around them often by nefarious means to get what they want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRedComet View Post
    In my probably completely uninformed opinion, China is a country that operates from a similar playbook as Russia. It's like they're conducting completely modern warfare; not by putting troops on the ground, but by playing the long game and slowly manipulating international circumstances around them often by nefarious means to get what they want.
    The entire thing happening right now, in my opinion, is all about a power struggle between the US, China, and Russia. For the US to stay on top, China and Russia need to be at odds. For China to rise, they need to destroy the US and then move in on Russia through them. For Russia to become dominant, both the US and China need to destroy each other. There is always India as well but I believe their system holds them back. I don't follow everything to an extreme level so this is based on my own observations of what I know is going on.

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