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Q: Is the American Century Over?

Yes.

2 years 41 weeks ago in  Culture - China

 
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Could be a redistribution of trade for everyone

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The tilt is on.

Talk about shock and awe!

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Could be a redistribution of trade for everyone

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Maybe whatever was going on in your little bubble is. But if you talk about America, that's called projection: a common trend among delusional people (aka leftists) to assume their issues are everybody else's issues.

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Relax, you swing the pendulum of politics too far left then it swings back right, like Carter to Reagan, If the right goes too far right, it will go back left again. There is nothing knew under the banner of the heavens. All the naysayers of Trump are actually less doom and gloom than the the naysayers of Reagan. Hell, Carter predicted a nuclear war if Reagan defeated him, how did that workout, huh.

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Every poster, who rotted for Killary should be reprimanded for 100 pints by admin, as 'matt', 'expat-wifey', 'warm-water' and more .... 

 

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The Emperor is wearing no clothes.

 

Does anybody else think, c&p could be an Art?

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Who Lost?

Sometimes who lost is more important than who won...

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Hopefully (and I am American)

 

Two wishes: the century of democracy and the century of balance of power.

I hope developing and under-developed countries and regions will get to the same level as developed countries while transitioning to democracy and like that we'll have different regional powers -> North American, South American, West and East European, South, East and Southeast Asian, African, Middle Eastern. That ought to put some balance

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