Monday, April 1, 2013

The Economical Revolution of the Camarad Mao in South America

The Camarad
Tampa, (Fl) -- "The Great Red Wave" that started with Stalin almost a century ago and the populist-grassroots movements that had invaded certain sectors and countries of the world had sparse a new ideology of the social doctrine implemented by the populist leaders in order to coerce people as well gain economical power world wide.

The idea of the Chinese as one of the next economical powers around the world is just an extreme, nightmarish idea which slowly had turned into a reality because due their politics alliances to "bastard" leaders of the South American regions in exchange of biological resources which generate revenues that are invested into the interest of the party instead of giving back a fair share to the area where they invested.

That's the next Communist revolution coming from China and is a revolution nobody around the world had found interest to stop or at least tried to block the business coming from that nation.

Cultural Revolution Poster
Business wise Asia is offering a cheap labor hand to different multinationals as well workers who are not going to complain regard any decision from the government as the government dictates their life's as it was 60 years ago so is a perfect strategy to increase the wealth of the ruling members of the party.

Ecuador being one clear case on how their totalitarian leader Rafael Correa has opened the gates to the Chinese where slowly the government had expropriate companies such as giving the Chinese the option to build a dam in the Amazonian Ecuador giving almost an unprecedented access to the natural resources of the Amazonian forest by proxy. 

Tienanmen Portrait 
The situation on South America is not a stand alone complex as with North America there had been certain stimulus to the Chinese society through the market economy in order to achieve lower prices in production by brands and private ventures thus taking jobs outside the United States and essentially giving a small but great victory to the "red army" beyond the "iron wall" in matters of economic issues.

Maybe at the end that was the so called cultural revolution that Mao was aiming for, the revolution of taking over the economical powers through cheap and obedient workers who won't dare to defy the regime because money is the one who talks first.

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