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Keeping the people in, or keeping invaders out?

Keeping the people in, or keeping invaders out?

If there is any one particular reason why the United States gets ostracized by other nations we suggest that it is not by arrogance, the perception of being smarter, or the ‘American egotist’ complex; nope, not at all. We suggest that the primary reason that America and her citizens are on the rebound trail is simply because of the lack of consistency.

We are amazed at how inconsistent America is especially with the accords, acts, and treaties entered into by our government. Example: In 1974 after the Chinese Cultural Revolution, China was on the verge of total collapse. All one need do is either look back at President Nixon’s historic visit or the fact that Chairman Mao didn’t even meet with the president; have you ever wondered why?

During the Chinese Cultural Revolution (CCR) some horrendous figure totaling roughly 40 million people were rounded up and murdered. Many of these ‘dissidents’ as they were called were killed by their own children, the Communist Party, or the military. China was collapsing no doubt; however, the human atrocities going on there were a spectacle for the world.

This is of course when they started “State Funded” Planned Parenthood or abortion, of course to gain control of population growth. Newly weds starting families never saw their infant little girls insofar as they were taken and murdered at birth. Worse was the racial notion–yes even the Chinese are guilty of oppressing other Asians, as well as, religious persecution, forced labor camps, and more human indignities that we feel like writing. China was simply barbaric.

So barbaric in fact that the entire world voted to place economic sanctions against the country in the hopes of it collapsing, and then member nations could get in and literally save human lives. Therefore each year thereafter the United States Senate passed legislation that required “Inspector’s” every year to go to China and look critically at the status of the Chinese people before giving America the rights to engage in trade with China.

Of course this policy was then and remains now a farce as Congress continually turned the proverbial ‘blind eye’ on human rights violations and gave the two thumbs up thus giving the nod for trade.

Then came the 1990’s and our government decided that China no longer needed to be inspected and lifted trade sanctions against China altogether. What could possibly have happened between the end of the 1970’s and the early 1990’s that paved the way for China to be accepted by the World Trade Organization?

More on that later…

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