China’s Giant Economy

China’s Giant Economy

China’s Giant Economy

Booming economies come and go. In the 1970’s Germany led
the world in economic excellence. In the 80’s, Japan took
pole position. The 90’s was the United States opportunity
to shinei. Currently, there is debate as to which country will
take the award for this decades economic success story, but few
would argue that China is not the front runner.

With the largest population of any nation in the world, China
is the world’s biggest consumer of iron ore, steel, copper,
coal and cement – and attracts more direct foreign
investment than any other nation on earth (even eclipsing the
United States of America).

What on earth could threaten China’s march to economic
success? The ‘other side of the picture’: some of the
worst income inequalities in the world, with areas of extreme
poverty (urban-rural disparity). The country’s human rights
record presents a dismal picture, with more executions annually
than the rest of the world combined. A weak infrastructure in key
sectors like banking, law and health are symptomatic of a lack of
political cohesion.

Oh yes – there is one other fairly important factor
which will influence China’s economic future: the plans of
New World Order.

We will watch with interest the strategic decisions of the
‘multinationals’. These power mongers control the
world’s economies. Time will show that regardless of who is
the favoured pawn in the game of market capitalism, the Global
outcome will be exactly as the ancient prophecies have stated:
"And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free
and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand or in their
foreheads: and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had
the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his
name"ii

i Richard Freeman - Harvard University Economics
ii Revelation 13:16-17