9-Nov-17 World View -- Donald Trump in Seoul issues stern warning to North Korea -- and to China

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9-Nov-17 World View -- Donald Trump in Seoul issues stern warning to North Korea -- and to China

Postby John » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:46 pm

9-Nov-17 World View -- Donald Trump in Seoul issues stern warning to North Korea -- and to China


Trump's speech targeted at China

** 9-Nov-17 World View -- Donald Trump in Seoul issues stern warning to North Korea -- and to China
** http://www.generationaldynamics.com/pg/xct.gd.e171109.htm#e171109



Contents:
Donald Trump in Seoul issues stern warning to North Korea -- and to China
Trump's speech targeted at China


Keys:
Generational Dynamics, South Korea, Seoul, North Korea, Kim Jong-un,
Steve Bannon, China, Plan 2025

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Re: 9-Nov-17 World View -- Donald Trump in Seoul issues stern warning to North Korea -- and to China

Postby Coordinated fires » Thu Nov 09, 2017 10:18 am

Excellent article, John. With respect to the 2025 China Dream. I watched a very interesting presentation by Stanford University’s Scott Rozelle to CSIS detailing some of the problems in rural china. Specifically the deep intractable problems they have created for themselves vis-a-vis education, human resource development and early childhood development in rural china. It sounds a bit wishy-washy, but give it a chance. It is absolutely overflowing with new primary data collected from his numerous trips to rural china and he makes a very rigorous case. He argues that when china starts trying to make that jump from a middle-income industrial economy to a high-income information-based economy, they are going to find that the bed they have made for themselves in rural china is going to make that shift very difficult indeed, if not impossible. Many people have written about this topic, but the volume and quality of data presented is astounding.

I think this is going to be an ENORMOUS problem that the Chinese are either ignoring, or are deliberately downplaying. I know you've written before about the stark differences between rural and urban china, so if you do give it a watch let me know what you think. Here's the link.

https://youtu.be/UdjHqxCyEa8
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Re: 9-Nov-17 World View -- Donald Trump in Seoul issues stern warning to North Korea -- and to China

Postby John » Thu Nov 09, 2017 1:27 pm

Coordinated fires wrote:> Excellent article, John. With respect to the 2025 China Dream. I
> watched a very interesting presentation by Stanford University’s
> Scott Rozelle to CSIS detailing some of the problems in rural
> china. Specifically the deep intractable problems they have
> created for themselves vis-a-vis education, human resource
> development and early childhood development in rural china. It
> sounds a bit wishy-washy, but give it a chance. It is absolutely
> overflowing with new primary data collected from his numerous
> trips to rural china and he makes a very rigorous case. He argues
> that when china starts trying to make that jump from a
> middle-income industrial economy to a high-income
> information-based economy, they are going to find that the bed
> they have made for themselves in rural china is going to make that
> shift very difficult indeed, if not impossible. Many people have
> written about this topic, but the volume and quality of data
> presented is astounding.

> I think this is going to be an ENORMOUS problem that the Chinese
> are either ignoring, or are deliberately downplaying. I know
> you've written before about the stark differences between rural
> and urban china, so if you do give it a watch let me know what you
> think. Here's the link.

> https://youtu.be/UdjHqxCyEa8



Thanks for the information. Here are a couple of other things to
include:
China's last two generational crisis wars were the Taiping Rebellion
(1852-73) and Mao's Communist Revolution (1934-49). China is overdue
for a new one.

** A generational view of China's growing melamine food disaster
** http://www.generationaldynamics.com/pg/xct.gd.e081117.htm#e081117


All of these issues -- the intractable problems with rural China, the
increase in mass incidents, and the current generational Crisis era --
are interrelated.

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Re: 9-Nov-17 World View -- Donald Trump in Seoul issues stern warning to North Korea -- and to China

Postby zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz » Thu Nov 09, 2017 7:51 pm

Trump is was and remains 100% clown.


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