Message from @Jacques de Chan

Discord ID: 814292355909550151

2021-02-25 00:23:08 UTC  

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2021-02-25 00:23:27 UTC  

whether brehznev glasses china or not, they'll still remain at a permanent split and china's expansive economic growth would've slowed drastically without american support

2021-02-25 00:23:32 UTC  

China liberalizing was the best thing they ever did lmao

2021-02-25 00:23:40 UTC  

Of course

2021-02-25 00:23:42 UTC  

yeah but that isnt good for america lol

2021-02-25 00:23:46 UTC  


2021-02-25 00:23:50 UTC  

China was literally always going to explode economically

2021-02-25 00:23:59 UTC  

if it had access to those markets yeah

2021-02-25 00:24:35 UTC  

Polotics isn't some net zero game China developing doesn't make us poorer

2021-02-25 00:24:42 UTC  

literally all i'm saying is that making friends with them was irrelevant to cuckolding the ussr and their policy of being friendly with china made them weaker in contrast

2021-02-25 00:24:43 UTC  

it is though

2021-02-25 00:24:46 UTC  

it is though

2021-02-25 00:25:13 UTC  

China developing involves western companies outsourcing their labour and production to China

2021-02-25 00:25:37 UTC  

the only positive is that china is outsourcing themselves to africa to try to sustain their economic growth and trying to get a huge tech industry

2021-02-25 00:26:09 UTC  

but regardless it makes a lot of people who previously had skills in manufacturing unemployed and unprofitable

2021-02-25 00:26:19 UTC  


2021-02-25 00:26:28 UTC  

Learn IT

2021-02-25 00:26:57 UTC  

time to learn to code

2021-02-25 00:27:05 UTC  

coding is the future...

2021-02-25 00:27:06 UTC

2021-02-25 00:27:07 UTC  

please learn to code...

2021-02-25 00:27:10 UTC  

coding based economy

2021-02-25 00:27:13 UTC  

That's a necessary outgrowth of the development of capitalism.

2021-02-25 00:27:19 UTC  

It was always going to end like this

2021-02-25 00:27:22 UTC  

no lol

2021-02-25 00:27:28 UTC  


2021-02-25 00:27:43 UTC  

Cappy tallists simply should get whacked by our one-party state if they disagree

2021-02-25 00:27:58 UTC  

Chinese governance methods time

2021-02-25 00:27:59 UTC  

bill clinton's economic policies literally could've managed to include both american manufacturing and a higher service economy but he ignored it for muh free trade

2021-02-25 00:28:08 UTC  

it is inevitable but not entirely

2021-02-25 00:29:28 UTC  

There is no way to maintain capital growth in a single country perpetually.

2021-02-25 00:30:08 UTC  

I pray that the CIA blows up the Three Gorges Dam one day

2021-02-25 00:30:33 UTC  

How could Bill Clinton have maintained US manufacturing and expanded the service economy? @anti

2021-02-25 00:32:06 UTC  

by protectionism lmao

2021-02-25 00:32:10 UTC  

how else

2021-02-25 00:32:12 UTC  

The only reason we had an outgrowth of the service economy is because of the shrinkage of investment in domestic manufacturing. The people who were no longer able to work in manufacturing transitioned into service economy.

2021-02-25 00:32:29 UTC  

the service economy is literally inevitable to grow no matter with modernization

2021-02-25 00:32:34 UTC  

Protectionism isn't a sustainable macroeconomic plan tard.

2021-02-25 00:32:43 UTC  


2021-02-25 00:32:51 UTC  

thank you *squints* wagie