China WILL rule the world. - Page 2




 
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September 15th, 2011  
MontyB
 
 
Are they various Chinese display teams or am I to believe that all Chinese are exactly the same height and weight?

And if the ability to march in a straight line is a prerequisite for world domination then I guess the North Koreans are well on their way to greatness...

NK on the move
September 15th, 2011  
Panzercracker
 
The replies to this thread constitute fear and deelply ingrained racism, the yellow man could never do that, China is a clay legged giant etc.

The truth is these marches show a powerfull disciplined society that puts Nazi Germany in the corner, while Europe and USA are weak by comparison and it pisses them off, even on this forum.

I'm sorry Monty but the Korean march has nothing on what Chinese did, i can see the analogy but it proves my point in that China outperformes not only all asian nations but all nations on this earth.
September 15th, 2011  
42RM
 
Your assertions show a gross lack of military understanding. It isn't about who has the most soldiers or who is best to march in formation; itís the ability to project power globally. Recent examples are the Iraq wars. In both wars, Iraq had many more troops than the Coalition forces and in the first Gulf war, they also had the finest Russian equipment and tactics, but the Coalition went through them like a hot knife through butter. China has a lot of troops, but the question is how to equip them and get them anywhere but china?

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As a soldier i'm in f*cking awe
I canīt see that from your profile - but perhaps you are a tin soldier!

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Yes yes i'm sure we're all navy seals in here )))) I've seen you guys "perform" in Afghanistan, if China fights as it marches it can eat you alive.
How the hell do you know - have you ever put your boots down there with us?

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The truth is these marches show a powerfull disciplined society that puts Nazi Germany in the corner, while Europe and USA are weak by comparison and it pisses them off, even on this forum.
Really! have you ever seen a parade in the former Soviet Union. Where are the Soviets today?
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September 15th, 2011  
O.W.E.G.
 
 
hey china is almost gonna buy america or the whole world they just have so much money and guys if u would like to talk bout the us army well it never fought a "real" army P.S. militia AKA terorists r not a real challenge on the feild and abrams and challengers facing downgraded russian tanks are u kidding me how can u rate an army that never had a real fight after WW2 when did the USA fight an equivalent army instead of bullying other nations -recently nations with petroleum . I acctualy never saw when did america have a real chalenge after WW2
September 15th, 2011  
MontyB
 
 
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hey china is almost gonna buy america or the whole world they just have so much money and guys if u would like to talk bout the us army well it never fought a "real" army P.S. militia AKA terorists r not a real challenge on the feild and abrams and challengers facing downgraded russian tanks are u kidding me how can u rate an army that never had a real fight after WW2 when did the USA fight an equivalent army instead of bullying other nations -recently nations with petroleum . I acctualy never saw when did america have a real chalenge after WW2
I wouldn't put money on China buying the world any time soon...

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Actually, Chinese Debt-To-GDP Is Enormous, And Regional Governments Need The Real Estate Bubble Stay Solvent
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Victor Shih, a professor at Northwestern University who specializes in China warns that the country has only achieved its blistering GDP growth through massive leverage on a scale nobody currently appreciates.
Here's what he wrote in an op-ed in WSJ Asia in regards to figure out the true level of provincial, local debt:


Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/actua...#ixzz1Y2pY0PZV
September 15th, 2011  
A Can of Man
 
 
I also believe that the Chinese will become the most powerful country in the world, but not primarily by military means.
I've written a lot about this subject already.
September 16th, 2011  
Yossarian
 
 
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I also believe that the Chinese will become the most powerful country in the world, but not primarily by military means.
I've written a lot about this subject already.
Why fight the whole world? And bleed and die in the process?

Why not just save up....and buy it?
September 16th, 2011  
O.W.E.G.
 
 
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Why fight the whole world? And bleed and die in the process?

Why not just save up....and buy it?
well in my point of view that is wat the chinese r doing right now
September 16th, 2011  
A Can of Man
 
 
Yup. Like I said, art of war down to perfection.
They may use their armed forces to try to unite their citizens and turn attention away from domestic issues. i.e. any sort of conflict with Japan would at least temporarily alleviate any domestic unrest in China involving most ethnic groups. But I don't think they will be going in anywhere to conquer etc.
September 16th, 2011  
O.W.E.G.
 
 
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Yup. Like I said, art of war down to perfection.
They may use their armed forces to try to unite their citizens and turn attention away from domestic issues. i.e. any sort of conflict with Japan would at least temporarily alleviate any domestic unrest in China involving most ethnic groups. But I don't think they will be going in anywhere to conquer etc.
they dont need to they can conquer a country by buying it out (owning most of the companies and businesses there or by simply having it in debt to them -like wats happenin to america)
 


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