The West made a big mistake when it began to invest in the development of the East; as a result, China begins to win, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on April 6 on the program Conversation with a Sage on the Zvezda radio station.
The political scientist reminded that, after the Soviet Union appeared, the Western elites had to made certain concessions to their own working class.
“This produced a ‘capricious Frenchwoman’ with a salary of several thousands Euros campaigning for her trade union rights. How can they win in the market with such a Frenchwoman who has to be paid so much? Very simple, take a Chinese woman instead, who will be happy to do the same job for 100-200 Euros,” Sergey Kurginyan explained this model.
He noted that two processes began: the productive forced were moving eastwards while poor people from poor countries were migrating westwards. After this combination formed it became clear that the West will be losing against the multi-billion India and China unless these countries are always kept in poverty.
“The Chinese really appreciate well-being, they are very right-minded people, they are ordered, disciplined, etc. Why would they fail to start winning?” the political scientist wondered.
At first, China was only outpacing the West in assembling and cheap production, and the West tolerated that. But later China began to reach leading positions in science and high technology, and it became clear that under these rules China would take the number one position and become the richest country on the globe, Sergey Kurginyan noted.
“But why then should the dollar, rather than the yuan, remain the common currency? What will happen if the dollar ceases to be the main currency and the United States loses its printing press? It will immediately drop from the number one position to the third or the fourth position,” the political scientist explained.
For the USA itself, this means that its living standards will deteriorate, its overfed population will be very unhappy, and widespread discontent will take place.
“It will increasingly revolt, and the country will disintegrate,” Kurginyan described this scenario.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency