Staggering Like a Sick Pig

Suffering a 5 to 1 Disadvantage

The most important ongoing news story in the world remains the trade war between the US and the Communist Party of China government. The future of the free and developed world depends upon its outcome. The global media is attempting to portray this struggle as a futile attempt by President Trump to slow the inevitable rise of China to world domination. But a close look tells a different story.

China has always held the weak economic hand in this dispute. Its export-dependent economy depends on overseas sales, which comprise one-fifth of its gross domestic product (GDP). More than one-quarter of those exports go to the United States, meaning that fully 5 percent of China’s economy is exposed in this trade dispute. By contrast, the United States counts on exports for about 12 percent of its GDP, and barely 8 percent of its total exports go to China—leaving just 1 percent of the U.S. economy exposed to retaliatory Chinese tariffs. __

An Underlying Crisis of the Rotten Pork Economy

China received a huge economic boost between 1978 and 2008 as a result of massive foreign investment and technology transfer. This was a gift from the outside world to the Chinese Communist Party. But as global financial liquidity dried up in 2008, China was forced to shift to a shadow bubble-ghost economy, and has since been maintaining a facade of growth to the world rather than the reality.

About 25% of China’s reported growth the past ten years has come from wasted infrastructure investment (think “ghost cities”) funded with unpayable debt. China’s economy is a Ponzi scheme like the Madoff Plan and that debt pyramid is set to collapse. __ Paper Pig

The real figure is likely closer to half of China’s growth being of a phantom nature, over the past decade.

The News Gets Worse for the Sick Commie Pig

The trade war is driving Chinese unemployment upward, and has hurt Chinese exports and imports both. Bad debt in China has skyrocketed beyond its already stratospheric levels.

China reported a raft of weak economic data, adding to evidence that the world’s second-largest economy is slowing further as it remains locked in a trade war with the U.S.

The jobless rate in Chinese cities returned in July to its highest level since regular reporting on the data began, as employers turned cautious. Other key economic readings for the month, including factory production, consumption and property investment, came in much lower than expected. __

Hong Kong Causes Xi to Lose Face at Party Enclave

Top communist party officials are meeting in China to mull over recent trends and events. Hong Kong will be a topic of concern, since the communist lost face for every day that Hong Kong exhibits defiance. Xi is a one-man government these days and cannot point the pig’s foot at anyone else.

Mr. Xi’s mismanagement of the Hong Kong file strengthens the momentum of Taiwan’s pro-independence regime, seriously compounding the failure of Mr. Xi’s leadership in the eyes of Chinese nationalists who yearn for Taiwan’s reunification with the motherland. __

The Chinese have not kept their word to Hong Kong, which is why the people there are expressing their unhappiness to the Beijing Porcine Leadership. But then, the communist party never keeps its word. It just keeps on pigging.

China’s encroachment on Hong Kong represents yet another in a long string of promises broken by the communist regime. They have violated their commitments to U.N. Convention on the Law Seas, violated U.N. sanctions (which they voted for) against North Korea and delivered debt and corruption (rather than the promised prosperity) through their vaunted Belt and Road economic “initiative.” __

Tibet May Be Next

As with both Hong Kong and Xinjiang, Tibet’s potential for instability is emblematic of a periphery that is posing a serious challenge to Beijing’s ability to enforce its writ inside its claimed borders. As our era of Great Power competition dawns, this reality cannot be lost on analysts: China is neither as coherent nor as stable as Beijing would like the outside world to believe.


The people of Tibet have been occupied by the alien communist party troops from Han China for several decades. Peace has been maintained in the name of the Dalai Lama, but the Buddhist icon is ageing. Time for peace in Tibet may be running out.

War? I [am] ready to [go to] war. . . . younger generation of Tibetan people . . . they all want war.”


And Then There is Xinjiang

Xinjiang truly does have concentration death camps run by the ruling communists. Perhaps a million or more Uighurs are imprisoned at any given time, with some of them likely to be used involuntarily as living organ donors.

The CCP has been justifying an escalating crackdown on the Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities and religious believers in China as a way to “educate and transform” its citizens. Uyghurs in Xinjiang are deemed by the communist state as being at risk of the “three evil forces” of “extremism, separatism, and terrorism.”

Kasim also tweeted that praying has been banned by the Chinese regime, and that praying publicly would lead to detention.

“We used to pray for our God after meals. They said ‘Only Terrorist will pray for God!’ Now, if you pray in public, or if you say ‘Amin,’ you will be sent to Concentration camps [sic],” he tweeted.

Kasim continued to describe life in Xinjiang as being like “living in Nazi Germany” as he posted the co-ordinates of several locations where he believes the regime is running detention centers. __ Fascist Pigs of China

Google and US Democratic Party Allied With Communist China?

The communist party owns China’s military, not the people. The bloody PLA runs the camps and the involuntary transplant centres. Venture capitalist billionaire Peter Thiel alleges that Google is maintaining a treasonous relationship with the Chinese military, transferring advanced artificial intelligence technology to the brutal fascist organisation in a roundabout way through a chain of assets and other parties inside China.

Both Google and the Chinese Communist Party are using illicit means in the attempt to bring about the defeat of Donald Trump in the next US presidential elections in 2020. It is not clear whether the two are working together to that end.

Meanwhile, US Democratic Party candidates for president are beginning to speak against the China tariffs, some of them close to promising to relieve China of its tariff burden as soon as elected. If the American people want to see the ascendancy of a brutal Chinese global tyranny, then by all means they should elect such persons.

Meanwhile, real pigs are ailing in the land of the communist pigs.

If US resolve falters over the next several years, the consequences for the human future will likely be brutal. Communist pigs killed 100 million people in the 20th century, far more than their fascist brothers in Nazi Germany. If given another chance, new generations of commie pigs and their socialist cousins are likely to exceed that body count by a factor of 10. Much better to stop the spread of this illness before it takes an unimaginably lethal toll on the human future.


The Black Book of Communism (free download at documents the gory details of how 20th century communists murdered their way across every population that was forced to submit to the bloody pigs.

Case Study Venezuela

The socialist devastation of Venezuela is reminiscent of the decline of Cuba under the socialists. Despite the vast oil deposits in Venezuela, the nation cannot return to its former pre-socialist prosperity until the pigs who rob and rule in Caracas are forcibly removed.

More on China:

It’s easy for an exporter to prosper in a robust global economy. It’s much harder to sell to a world facing an economic downturn. Such exporters are battening down the hatches – China’s approach to Hong Kong is one example. Having encountered resistance, it fears the consequences of decisive action. And it fears not acting. China doesn’t know quite what to do, and that is not the behavior of a formidable rising power. __ Geopolitical Futures

To the pigs of Beijing, even Buddhist meditation is a dire threat to their corrupt power to lead. And so they place Buddhist practitioners in camps and murder them for their organs. That is also “not the behavior of a formidable rising power.”

Remember, 90% of China’s millionaires are closely connected to top party officials. What does that tell you about the path to success in China? Healthy economies allow dynamic destruction and new growth. The rigidity of economies run by Communist Party committees eventually catches up to them, once the rest of the world catches on to the scam.

Keeping China together and wrapped in the delusion of prosperity and unstoppable power is getting harder to do.

… ‘China model’ is cracking under the weight of Xinjiang, Taiwan, Belt and Road messes and, most significantly, the massive protests in Hong Kong,”… referring to China’s efforts at control and influence within its borders and beyond. __ WaPo

Shanghai is at risk if Beijing invades Hong Kong… and perhaps the rest of China as well, with terrible economic consequences.

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4 Responses to Staggering Like a Sick Pig

  1. Abelard Lindsey says:

    I think the CCP has influence within the U.S. Democratic party and that influence started with Clinton’s 1996 re-election campaign. There is influence in the GOP too. John Boehner is now working as a lobbyist for the Chinese.

  2. Craig says:

    If I had a nickel…. For every time I heard my brother complain about cheap Chinese junk. It is no secret that the disposable economy was ushered in during the rise of China. A vast majority of the stuff that’s imported from China is junk. Cheaply made junk and short lifespans that encourage the throw away mentality over repair service have come to define this era.Some day we’ll look back at this time and wonder what we were thinking. One can hope anyway.

    • alfin2101 says:

      The book “Poorly Made in China” by Paul Midler gives some interesting background on the Chinese manufacturing culture that helps explain the problem.

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