Discussion in 'Higher Learning' started by El_Mero_Mero, Apr 18, 2021.
Long video, but good logical talk from a guy that's been there for a long time.
Can you go into further detail please.
The obvious answer is "no."
As a person that lives in the United States, there is nothing to "fear" from China, whether we're talking about some fantasy financial/economic takeover, competing military strength, or multi-polarity on the world stage. China is simply another country that is developing internally and expanding its reach externally. If the U.S. government focused more on updating infrastructure, education, and the health of its citizens - there wouldn't even be a need to manufacture consent toward a cold war-like atmosphere, because we'd be developing far more rapidly.
Yes, their environmental waste affects us all in addition to the health risks and species endangerment that comes from their unregulated wild animal trafficking
Personally? No. But this country has reason to fear China if what China said is true. About 20-30 years ago they said they had to wait and bide their time until they were strong enough to make the US pay for past crimes.
I have thoughts on this.
Real life Shinra Inc.
The US, proportionally, generates more environmental waste than China.
US produces far more waste and recycles far less of it than other developed countries
And that's only with our population; our corporations bring waste across the world.
As for this thread, the US has been the globe’s true monster since World War II.
Y'all should listen to the video in the OP, even if you just have it playing in the background.
Personally no... but the usa should be.
But empire's don't last and you can't keep every upstart power down forever.
If you have kids especially a son/s then yes. If the U.S ever gets into a war with China, the draft to go into the service will kick in.