China: Welcome To The World Of Global Greed At A Global Level


 

China is learning something about a “free market system” in that the only thing, and I do mean the only thing that matters is higher and higher profits for the ones who control the stocks. The more stocks you control as a person or a country, the more control a person or country has over you or your country. The ones that don’t matter to the ones who are forced to look only, and I do again mean the only, is the balance sheet. This meaning the balance of your personal check book to the persons who own the stocks which own the companies doesn’t mean anything at all to them. All that matters is that the ones below in the chain do what you tell them to do so that you don’t intern lose your position and income. The world of business is savage to say the least, there are those who can never have enough billions, o yes, and the control those billions have over other people’s lives. O yes, and the control they have over the company that employees you and your neighbor, and so on. In a free market economy no country can complacently dictate policy toward an economy when it is on the world wired market and blankly expect the whole world to obey their commands. In the end game, who has a seat at the suite? Political leaders, military leaders, Admirals of industries, I guess it depends on how small or large a table, how many seats. In the end game of this world is the fact that higher income means more to millions of people than their nationality, families, or so-called faith system. China is learning all of these things now. Their Government wants the higher profits of the free market but are realizing now that they can’t control it like they thought they could. Welcome to the world-wide wired system of greed and graft gentlemen, at a  global level.

2 thoughts on “China: Welcome To The World Of Global Greed At A Global Level

  1. There’s a lot of truth in what you say, but I think you are too defeatist. The Chinese are very canny, practical and experienced people. I think they’ll handle things better than most.

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    1. I agree with you. My experiences with people from China that I have met (maybe 10-12 people over all) is that they are among the most fundamentally secretive, and wise, of all the peoples that I have come into contact with.

      ted

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