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Post time 2013-10-6 21:26:00 |Display all floors
This post was edited by gork at 2013-10-7 02:59

Another Head-Tax

Yes, the thieved states of Kanada, Amerika and Auztralia all imposed head-taxes on Chinese. But Japanese and Koreans were also discriminated against. They just can't compete.

Nasa is facing an extraordinary backlash from US researchers after it emerged that the space agency has banned Chinese scientists, including those working at US institutions, from a conference on grounds of national security.
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In an email sent to the conference organisers, Marcy said: "In good conscience, I cannot attend a meeting that discriminates in this way. The meeting is about planets located trillions of miles away, with no national security implications," he wrote.

- US scientists boycott Nasa conference over China ban

Thanks to the Great Satan, China is also blocked from participating in the International Space Station. So, as Russia has graciously shared her rocket technology and the ISS, the Great Satan displays its usual sad little bastardry: Over the last decade, most of NASA’s Atlas V heavy rocket launches performed by the United Launch Alliance (a Boeing/Lockheed Martin joint venture) were carried out using Russian RD-180 dual-nozzle rocket engines, a legacy of the Soviet Buran space shuttle program and its unparalleled rocket booster Energia, which could put 100 tons worth of spacecraft or satellite payloads into orbit.
- Russian rocket engine export ban could halt US space program

It's not rocket science, but then that was the propaganda line they issued when their attempts at rocket technology just resulted in a very expensive explosion. They needed ex-Nazi SS scientist Werner Von Braun to show them how, coz they iz fick.

Similarly, China's joint venture with Europe in sat-nav has been sabotaged by the Great Satan with chinese Amerikans being jailed for selling items on eBay, for working on cryogenics (which were european NOT amerikan technology) and for giving a lecture in China which was already in the public domain and not even classified as secret.

China now dominates in the market for putting satellites into orbit for other nations.

You'd think they couldn't get any more pathetic than the chairman of Toyota saying that Japan had to give the amerikan krudmobile industry a break. But it did. The amerikan gangsters seized this offer with both hands and graciously smeared Toyota with the bogus pedal fault, charging about $100,000 per garage to make unnecessary changes to pedals and fining Toyota for not announcing the non-existant fault earlier. This farce makes Michael Keaton's parody movie, Gung-Ho, appear reasonable. BP is also fighting to stop fraudulent claims from Amerikans in the sabotage of its Deepwater Horizon project.

With Beijing hospital having been smeared by the UK's channel 4 propaganda documentary about stem cell treatments several years ago, the UK has subsequently referred to "pioneering" work in a swiss and now a spanish clinic. The documentary failed to show any evidence, only offering the opinions of family members of the patients (who said they and nurses in the UK saw improvements) and the documentary's shill doctors who claimed there was no evidence of improvements.

The sad little bastardry gansterism hasn't gone unnoticed: The implicit assumption is that these oriental types are incapable of inventing stuff themselves, so in order to make economic progress they have to rip off the inventions of our clever chaps. They can't create, in other words, so they have to copy. Readers with long memories will recall that once upon a time we in the west used to say such things about the Japanese. Nikon and Canon just made inferior copies of German Leicas and Rolleiflexes. Sony just made knock-off copies of American transistor radios. And of course Datsun and Toyota cars were rust-bucket jokes.

Well, guess what? It turned out that the joke was on us. Leica very nearly went under. Rolleiflex morphed into a niche manufacturer of beautiful, expensive analogue cameras. Nikon and Canon learned how to make astonishingly good cameras and lenses and now dominate the world market. Sony became a company that for several decades was as revered for elegant design as Apple is today. And Toyota taught the rest of the world how cars should be manufactured. So much for occidental superiority.

- China is after our inventions? Who are we kidding?
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Post time 2013-10-7 04:46:39 |Display all floors
this is actually how capitialism is supposed to work the better busines thrive while weaker ones put out inferior cheaper products no reason to be worried

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Post time 2013-10-7 10:26:36 |Display all floors
commonsense2 Post time: 2013-10-7 04:46
this is actually how capitialism is supposed to work the better busines thrive while weaker ones put ...

There are more components to business THAN SIMPLE capitalism!!!!

We have what we called the COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE//it's nature's injuction on all nations.
Rather a COMPLEX equation that's very hard to explain or quantify accurately!

For example// above CHINA use it's RURAL manual-menial labour FOR factory assembly//while THAILAND uses it's manual-menial labour for non-automatable tropical commodities = both having same per capita income>>>>with one using it's excess electricity while the other taking advantage of it's tropical climate.

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Post time 2013-10-7 11:11:54 |Display all floors
Surprisingly, Thailand AUTOMOBILE production on a per capita basis is 2X that of China's!

but China has more ELECTRICITY production on a per capita basis than THAILAND........

cool isn't it, date pick up from the internet <so, it could be inaccurate if the source that I used is inaccurate= so do your own analysis and don't be a lazy motherfcker>

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Post time 2013-10-7 13:17:29 |Display all floors
zglobal Post time: 2013-10-7 12:45
Not so G D

In fact it is becoming the opposite.....

Duck

You know that I am an inquisitive fella, so I can't help "link the dots" of various industries....

...it's pretty effortless for me//especially it's a FUN HOBBY for me.
The Kitchen cabinet business is a HORRIBLE COMPLEX business with so many components in it.

Not only MATERIALS >> so many types SOLID WOOD, fiberboard, chipboard//then you have SUBSTRATES for the top, acrylics, rocks, marble, >>>>even Plastics, or SOLID WOOD Blocks - then there is GLASS, from simple plate glass, to tempered glass, colour glass etc. etc. There are many other materials needs Extrusions of aluminium, steel strips, stainless steel, and many components like rubber stoppers, seals, linings...............and the list goes on/dependent on the budget or the Kitchen designer!!!!

The PERMUTATIONS of the combinations makes it a DOMESTIC INDUSTRY in most cuntries>>>

However, the components needs are so varied//there are those which are semi automated, fully automated, and many CUSTOMIZATION needs........it's impossible not to OUTSOURCE to China or other LOW COST manual labour nations for such items//

They still don't have all the MACHINES automated or robotized......

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Post time 2013-10-7 13:19:46 |Display all floors
>>>in fact, many don't even have the FULL RANGE of materials needed to go into various categories of the items.........

Care to visit CANTON fair in 2014?

ha ha ha

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