Again the US does not think, when our leaders speak it is with statistics and logic, not thinking, scientific.
I mean the funniest thing is to see the CCP speaking in such manner when they are not even a Democracy or a free market yet. Why we engage them instead of keep teaching them is beyond me. Their teachings are not done and they are fighting against them so they can keep the worlds trade. Along with that once their currency floats and their SOE's disband, and Democracy is allowed to properly spread the wealth of the People of China, then we will see a well respected China, until then they are Communist.
I mean the SDR is their idea.
Somehow have a view, again data versus dominance. Not political.
Ya we know what the exchange rate is all about. I will say so, you have no clue about international economies, you are still communist and the worlds biggest protector of markets in your country. You know Soviet characteristic economies, which is to use SOE's and manipulate the floating currency in your favor to control trade. So much so that the whole world has had to sit and watch you develop as you would not allow your currencies to float at a normal pace until you where able to conquer foreign lands, like you are doing now. Waiting until you have enough foreign holdings before properly showing your value as it is.
This what American's want to say CCP. Not the suit speaking in soft voice. The floating currency is so all countries can develop together, you are greedy and are stopping that from happening because of your non Democratic Politics and your SOE cold war weapons. Proven statistics not politics.
Again not Politics and your insinuation that it is is is a complete dishonor to your vows to become Democracy. As both parties agree on the matter, and so do every citizen in this country, except for a few.
Why our foreign affairs has taken on the idea that we should leave the teaching demeanor behind towards the Communist and start a oh please morsel attitude I do not know. I mean give me a break I could have broke them off with that question and things that they have vowed to do and are not. The currency problem is the least of the problems as compared to their SOE's being much bigger than any free enterprise and they say that they only have them to stay competitive, when their free enterprises are bigger than ours too.
They still think like the Soviets that a single world currency, and everyone using major champion soe's is better than a free and open market.
Was there any debate in this matter. The fact that the Communist send folks that do not even speak Chinese shows the reality of the nature of the relationship between the Old party which was happy to learn English and wanted to be part of the world trade system, be a Democracy and hated the Soviet's with passion. We now see them loving the Soviet styles, and thinking student is more powerful than teacher.
The United States of America has no for profit State Owned Enterprise, yet we allow the Communists to bring theirs in when hundreds of millions of Democracy believers died against fighting against them.
Why the Communist do not grip and understand, is I think again more of a head game play than a reality. Any high school student can understand the floating currency as an international development tool. So once they grasp that and stop the SDR from trying to take over. Then I have to work on moving their resource holdings away from them and to other developing countries that need them so they can build. I mean the theory worked well with Europe and they developed. However, the Communists have been greedy of sorts with the floating tool, in which they encompass in their SASAC and MSS economic engineering to be like the Soviets.
The thing that I have to do next, as I have heard them admit to their mens rea. Is to now get the resources out of their hands, and get them to spread their wealth and stop acting like they have to conquer the world before their people can live a good life, or even at all. As nobody likes a single rule. But that is dark secret, never on the charts.