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  • weald_of_bayern weald_of_bayern Jun 5, 2014 11:10 AM Flag

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    The Chinese are getting very powerful off their imports of German technology, and also by copying the German strategy of subsidizing the elite education route, rather than subsidizing failure which the Marxist and American way.

    For the latest Chinese salvo see: China Daily calls for 'severe punishment' of US tech firms, Voice of Russia, 05.06.2014.

    The Russians maintain scientific cooperation with the Helmholtz Association, and German cars & trucks, farm and mine equipment, electronics, scientific instruments, and experts keeps the Russian economy moving ahead. The Russians, a northern European Aryan people, were tricked by leftist int'l parasites (See Churchill, Illustrated Sunday Herald.1920) but are now progressing, making Germany even richer.

    The only way for the US to compete is for it to deport its inferiors and segregate its schools by student ability.

    German wealth per person is now almost twice the US level, and German income, inclusive of foreign profits flowing from 60+ years of trade surpluses, is at least 110% of the American average. German household and government debt as a percent of income is less than half the US level.

    The US has been checkmated in Europe. Germany & Austria have broken the back of Obama's policy of containing Russia. There's too much money to be made trading with the Russians to isolate them. US security interests are deemed irrelevant, and consideration of them impolitic. The National Front, a neo-fascist French party, now the biggest party in France, acts like a sword over the neck of US influence there.

    In the Middle East US and British policies have met utter failure. Iran, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Libya -- all have been wrenched from the grasp of empires.

    The Great Drug Trading Empire, the British Empire, was driven out of India by the Aryan Gandhi forces. The symbol of the Aryan nationalists in India was the Germanic Order's symbol. It was driven out of China -- its favorite dumping for Indian and Afghani narcotics.

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    • German demographics, with an aging population, compound its problems. It has the highest median age (45 years) in Europe. In 1970, Germany’s dependency ratio (number of workers for each retiree) was 4.1. In 2010, it was 3.0 and is projected to fall to 1.6 by 2050, only slightly better than Japan.

    • OECD and World Economic Forum studies both rank Germany modestly in terms of education, communication infrastructure, financial-system soundness and business environment. The country ranks 106th for starting a firm, 31st for mobile broadband, 75th for soundness of banks, 127th for hiring and firing and 139th for wage flexibility.

    • Between 2000 and 2010, German productivity increased by a modest 0.6% per year, roughly half the OECD average. Germany’s labor market remains inflexible, and its banking system is fragmented and weak. Meanwhile, Germany’s infrastructure is aging, requiring investment. Energy costs remain high, some 30% above that of the rest of Europe and double that of the U.S., reducing competitiveness. High natural gas costs (four times the U.S. cost) disadvantages Germany’s petrochemical industry.

    • Putin has been eyeing Germany. He see's it as week and corrupted. Leadership left to women. The aryan race,has mixed with black serviceman and the Many Muslims that have migrated to Germany. Germany peaked 100 years ago,and ever since it has been a slow slide downhill.

    • College used to be affordable in America.
      America will certainly be left behind if we keep spending money on wars instead of education.
      Germany, China and Japan don't waste any money on military spending, they pump up the brains of their children instead.

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