segunda-feira, 7 de março de 2011

"A China não é o Egipto"... mas parece que o CFR quer que seja

Depois do CFR - Council on Foreigner Relations parecer estar a ameaçar a China...

http://naturologiamiga.blogspot.com/2011/02/cfr-council-of-foreigner-relations-esta.html

... agora contradiz-se entre...

China isn't Egypt
"Instead, I wish we would connect events in the Middle East to China in more proximate ways"
http://blogs.cfr.org/asia/2011/03/05/china-isnt-egypt/

... e...

Why China is More Is More Like the Middle East Than We Think
http://blogs.cfr.org/asia/2011/03/03/why-china-is-more-like-the-middle-east-than-we-think/

... e apesar de afirmar que "despite Beijing's quick response to potential protests similar to those sweeping over the Middle East, in reality China's leadership has little to fear", afirma que a população já está a "respirar" um pouco das revoltas da classe média do Médio Oriente

Beijing Has Bought ItSelf a Respite From Middle Class Revolt
http://www.cfr.org/china/beijing-has-bought-itself-respite-middle-class-revolt/p24310

China's New Middle East Conundrum
It has been fascinating to watch as Beijing traverses the tricky ground of revolution in the Middle East. Even as the United States is clearly struggling to find its voice on the dramatic changes underway, China’s leadership has found itself caught between the potential advantages that might accrue to the country and the challenges that it may well face.
http://blogs.cfr.org/asia/2011/02/23/libya-china%e2%80%99s-new-middle-east-connundrum/

No entanto,
todos sabemos muito bem quais são os desejos da elite globalizante para a China:
a democratização
sob o domínio dos banqueiros internacionais!!!

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