Blame Washington for failing to retrain, reemploy … and failing to create alternative jobs!
https://youtu.be/R6cd9QxuHIY (Globalisation is a game - there are winners and losers)
KUALA LUMPUR (March 2018): Globalisation is a game - there are winners and losers. For example, when China trades with the US, Chinese producers and American consumers benefit. Some American and Chinese workers are losing their jobs because they are not competitive enough … - CGTN Anchor Zou Yue
However, China has been having the edge against the US for a decade or two because China retrains and reemploys those who lost their jobs.
So, don’t blame the Chinese for stealing American jobs. Blame Washington for failing to give you an alternative job, to quote Zou Yue.
View the above video clip. It’s only 3 minutes 22 seconds and it shames Washington universally.
I Love Malaysia-China Silk Road has been posting articles that show post World War ll (WWll) American arrogance and power.
Unfortunately, instead of progressing globally, the war-waging US has been left behind by progress in real economy, trade, science and technology.
The US simply does not know how to trade on a global level playing field anymore, and is now desperately relying on protectionist policies and measures to shield its economy from collapse.
The US has, in the 21st Century digital world, lost its edge to China and Russia - and the Americans, led by their unorthodox President Donald Trump, are also stressed by a national debt of between US$20 trillion and US$222 trillion (Read these for context: https://ilovemalaysiachinasilkroad.blogspot.my/2018/01/is-us-debt-us20-trillion-or-us222.html (Is the US debt US$20 trillion or US$222 trillion?) and https://ilovemalaysiachinasilkroad.blogspot.my/2017/10/whatever-analysts-say-china-russia.html (Whatever analysts say, the China-Russia Combo is keeping the US world hegemony in check!)
And, the egoistic American leaders cannot afford to lose global influence at any cost.
The US has only itself to blame for its current global economic and defence predicament but, unfortunately, it has never believed in competition on a level playing field.
So, the rest of the world is now witnessing the unfolding and beginning of a bruising global trade war being waged by the Trump-led US against China … again, unfortunately, the rest of the world is also affected, directly or indirectly.
Post WWll US only knows these best:
The US’ only way to counter global economic and trade initiatives is to demonise this: