Why China is buying up the US
From pork to theaters to oil and gas, Chinese companies are snapping up U.S. assets, rekindling Americans' economic insecurities. Here's a look at some recent deals -- and some that failed.
Washington and the corporations are selling out Americans and we let it happen. No wonder we are becoming a second rate nation.
When you have an idiot congress that keeps borrowing money from them that we cannot repay, what do you expect. It's quite simple folks:
You are in hock to your debtor
You cannot pay
They file for your assets
You trade assets for debt
These are just the forerunners getting a grubstake early in the game.
How do you say, "we're screwed" in Chinese?
in mexico u cant buy land if you are not a Mexican citizen .....the United States lets anyone buy land !!!
Wake up America .....we are at WAR with these guys ....militarily, politically, economically and resource wise .... their companies are mostly crooked and many owned by military and politico's, they manipulate their currency. they are building a new "Panama Canal thru Nicaragua, buying up all natural
resources, stealing technology, malware in our grid, they just don't play by our rules and don't care
Our greedy capitalists will sell their souls to make a buck ....... this will be the downfall of the Country
RIP America if allowed to continue.
We give them our labor for pennies on the dollar and they buy the rest for pennies on the dollar. What does that make the dollar worth. The prophecy is coming true. The Eastern worlds goal was to make the dollar worthless. I say mission almost accomplished. I am so happy with the leaders of our country, and as Nick Nailor said, "our endless appeal system" is why our country is the best country. Sorry Joey, we don't have a country anymore.
If they had bought up Unocal we`ld really see gas prices go up.They might have kept the
oil for themselves.
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