China's war on our dollar is really about ruling the world

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It’s never been more important for the United States to turn its attention to Xi Jinping and his malign ambitions for Communist China in the world economy. In its latest gambit, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is trying to make India’s Rupee the currency for BRIC countries—Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. If this happens, it will devastate the U.S. economy, damage India, and empower China.

The CCP has been waging a Wei Chi war for years. A Wei Chi war or "encirclement" war involves setting long-term strategic plans to gain power over one’s adversaries rather than engaging in open conflict. However, this war "by other means" can be just as deadly.

Communist China has been hard at this game all over the world. In March, Brazil and China struck a trade deal to ditch the U.S. dollar and BRIC countries announced the formation of a new currency, effectively kicking the U.S. dollar out of trade with them. Even our allies and economic partners are turning away from the United States economy for what they see as a better alternative to a rapidly devaluing U.S. dollar. France has made oil deals with China in yuan, while Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said there’s no reason to continue to rely on the U.S. dollar.

How did this happen? We’ve become our own worst enemy. And we have no one to blame but ourselves—our own U.S. Treasury that is"……………..

 
It’s never been more important for the United States to turn its attention to Xi Jinping and his malign ambitions for Communist China in the world economy. In its latest gambit, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is trying to make India’s Rupee the currency for BRIC countries—Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. If this happens, it will devastate the U.S. economy, damage India, and empower China.

The CCP has been waging a Wei Chi war for years. A Wei Chi war or "encirclement" war involves setting long-term strategic plans to gain power over one’s adversaries rather than engaging in open conflict. However, this war "by other means" can be just as deadly.

Communist China has been hard at this game all over the world. In March, Brazil and China struck a trade deal to ditch the U.S. dollar and BRIC countries announced the formation of a new currency, effectively kicking the U.S. dollar out of trade with them. Even our allies and economic partners are turning away from the United States economy for what they see as a better alternative to a rapidly devaluing U.S. dollar. France has made oil deals with China in yuan, while Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said there’s no reason to continue to rely on the U.S. dollar.

How did this happen? We’ve become our own worst enemy. And we have no one to blame but ourselves—our own U.S. Treasury that is"……………..

It is important to consider the long-term strategic plans of China's Communist Party and their ambitions for the world economy. The use of the Rupee as a currency for BRIC countries could have significant implications for the United States and its economy. It is clear that China has been engaging in a Wei Chi war, seeking to gain power over its adversaries through means other than open conflict. The United States must pay attention to these developments and take steps to protect its economic interests. Ultimately, the responsibility for the devaluation of the U.S. dollar lies with our own Treasury. It is up to us to take action and ensure the long-term stability of our economy.
 
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