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Aster C Linn

Independent Investigative Researcher and Reporter,

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The Communist Takeover of America - 45 Declared Goals ("that found their way down the halls of our great Capitol back in 1963*").

Have you read this article? If not - see: http://rense.com/general32/americ.htm

Topics: Communist China

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    Sep 28 2012: And what of the communist countries that are no longer here? was that part of the plan as well?

    Some of those lines are amazing. But before we get too amazed maybe if we expand our viewpoint on this we realize that all countries come to an end or fade away, this fading away process is quite predictable and has occurred many times before.

    I think your link to Ferguson's talk is very apt and serves as a good bench mark in this phenomenon.
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      Sep 28 2012: are you saying that there aren't communist counties? if so i think you are wrong . china is still a socialist country ,at least it is written in the constitution..
      and i totally agree that maybe in the future countries will fade away. you know Europe is a tend to that .
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        Sep 28 2012: No I said the communist countries that faded away.

        All things end, they are created and they are destroyed by agreement.
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          Sep 29 2012: Pat, when you say "countries" will fade away, do you mean barren land (the Earth) or the PEOPLE who occupy those countries?
          Especially bearing in mind that without this (beautiful, hugely disrespected and unappreciated) life-support system for people (animals and insects, etc.) there is none other?
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        Sep 28 2012: Chen, I think the Nationalistic trend is for the separation of the two hemispheric, continental spheres into two separated national alignments. In your part of the world, it will establish the Euro/Russian/Asian alliance. On our side will be the North American/ South American alliance.

        Part of the reason for this has to do with Infastructure and the cost of energy.

        In your part of the world China has rail ways that extend all the way to connect with Europe, through other connecting points in other countries in that part of the world.

        We have the same connections on this side of the world.

        Transportation, shipping, air transportation, etc, is becoming increasingly costly and eventually will make the economic connection between the two hemispheres to costly to continue.

        It has little to do with politics and much to do about money.
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          Sep 30 2012: what you said sounds reasonable .. you make me think of the corld war
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        Sep 29 2012: Hello Chen, While I am sure it was long before your time, did your parents (or teachers) not tell you that hundreds of thousands of Chinese civilians were killed by the Red Guard over a ten-year (1966-76) period?

        Also, here in South Africa, there have (apparently) been thousands of farm attacks (over the past ten years) and regrettably some 3,155 white farmers have already been murdered (aside from the atrocities committed against their family members, including their wives, children and infants).

        See - www.genocidewatch.com (South Africa) for more information.

        And, yes, as "democracy and freedom are sensitive issues" in Communist China - especially when it comes to the impoverished "working class." Anyone who (blithely) declares that Communism died out with the collapse of the U.S.S.R. is merely kidding themselves.
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          Sep 30 2012: Aster C Linn,
          I don't see where anyone in this discussion stated that communism died out. Perhaps you could show us the post?

          You are implying that Communism is responsible for many deaths. So it is. So is Democracy, Imperialism, Aristocracy, Dictatorship, Socialism, etc.

          You, apparently, have decided to jump on Communism. Why not jump on all of them?

          As far as the US debt to other countries, it is assumed, world wide that if you borrow money, you are responsible for paying it back. No country can take over the US because we own them money. They can refuse to loan us any money and register their complaint so no country will loan us money. It's just business.
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          Sep 30 2012: what you said is ture ,there indeed happened the Red Guard MATTER.
          and hundreds of thousands of chinese civilians were killed .
          while you know past can not represent now .and also it is a fact that china is getting fater and fater.and chinese are becoming more and more wealth.they go to america to buy houses they succeeded in the buyout of the wow they become the largest of Consumption of Luxury jewelry just as JOHN said money is the case .if the people of the republic of china have more money and live a much better life .who cares what country it is !
          perhaps democracy and freedom just is not fit for china
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      Sep 29 2012: Pat,Do you think economic zones is the way of the future?
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        Sep 29 2012: I'm not sure. The U.S. trades more with Canada and Mexico than China now. With fuel costs going up and Chinese labor costs going up there is going to be an incentive to re-shore jobs, which would indicate what John is saying.

        On the other hand Europe's biggest trading partner is the U.S. What most people don't realize is that the U.S. is the biggest manufacturing country in the world.
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          Sep 29 2012: Pat, I can't remember where I read about it right now, but if you could key "What does America owe to Communist China?" into your browser search-bar, you might be mightily surprised by your findings. Particularly, bearing in mind, that if the CC party was to call in its debt, at any time, and the U.S. was not in a position to settle it - the next move would be the "appropriation" (and occupation) of U.S. land and territory - in (possibly partial) repayment. Just a thought.
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        Sep 29 2012: Yup that is true. The Chinese would simply not roll over the debt. They do buy U.S. land as have other countries when they had a lot of dollars Japan was on the front page at one time. I think the U.K. owns the most U.S. land. At this time the U.S. dollar is the most stable so the Chinese are not likely to not reinvest as also the U.S. is China's best customer. But China also owns a lot of gold and is making efforts to make the Renminbi the currency of choice.

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