Thursday, May 31, 2018

China Bashing Is The Latest Bolehland Past-Time : So Lembu-And-Parrot-Like As Always

Haha China bashing is the latest Bolehland fad! Not so surprising leh.

Deva Maha is essentially not a China man. He is more a Nippon man. So when you worship your hero and he says 'Nippon!' of course you say 'Nippon do!'

But what Bolehland will well learn is that bashing China ain't gonna bring you nothing leh, except siok sendiri only, to mix up the lingos.

You can siok sendiri bashing up China and feel so smart and important. But the last laugh belongs to the Middle Kingdom hehe...

China does not need Bolehland, however self important we may feel ourselves to be. Bolehland needs China. Period.

The Middle Kingdom has not become the world's second largest economy and the largest on a PPP (purchasing power parity) basis, in the 30 or so short years because the Chinese are a bunch of idiots. (Soon too, in a few years, the Middle Kingdom is projected to become the world's largest economy surpassing the great US of A's)

They have succeeded because they knew what to do, or were willing to learn, and worked hard to achieve what they have become today.

So much so that much of the world economy today moves along because of the Chinese economic machine.

It used to be that when America sneezed, the whole world caught the cold.

Today, the US of A is essentially bankrupt, surviving on printing money because the rest of the stupid world continues to have faith in the funny greenback.

But even this is now being challenged by the Middle Kingdom who is moving away from the dollar.

The US of A might be the guy you would look to in the past. Today, Uncle Sam is more interested in closing it borders (even in the literal sense) to world trade.

Donald the Twitter Duck is more into himself, fussing over  his golden chicken remnants of crowning glory.

Hahaha....

If Bolehland thinks that China is an untrustworthy big bad bully and ditto does not want to do business with the rascal so as to teach it a lesson, well, stay away!

We can always get donations from the silly Arabs, can't we? hehehe....

If Bolehland thinks that China's OBOR (One Belt One Road) project is an evil scheme to colonise the world, give it a wide berth then! Show the Middle Kingdom the middle finger! hahaha.... 加 油,加 油   (jia you, jia you!) add oil, add oil! hehehe.....

China will not bother! They have the maritime belt too! Cut through the Thai Kra Isthmus and leave Bolehland happy as can be.

No big deal and a what cool bargain for us ALL! hehehe....

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