让中国加入WTO是因为美国人的善良?【转发】

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  2. 让中国加入WTO是因为美国人的善良?

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    美国这些年来的表现就是他妈的一个花花公子,整天吃喝嫖赌,不思进取,将丰厚的家底败得差不多了。可他抬头看邻居中国家这些年来勤俭持家,勤劳致富,日子一天过得比一天好,甚至马上比他家更富有了,于是这货心里产生了强烈的不平衡:他一个土佬,以前穷得叮当响,凭什么他很快比我富有。对了,这些年,我花的很多钱都是买他家的东西,我得想办法把这些钱要回来,凭什么买他家的东西就得给钱!还有,我们家只卖给他家一点东西,他家卖给我们那么多,这不公平。于是,一个花花公子转眼就变成了一个无赖啦!

    这段话只是个比喻,事实情况也类似。这些年,美国政府以为自己财大器粗,国库里的银子花不完,于是任性地发动了好几场战争,银子如流水哗哗外流。克林顿政府好不容易积攒下的盈余,很快被后来的政府挥霍一空,而且欠下一屁股外债和内债。在这同时,自私的资本家为了攫取更多的利润,逃避国内日益上涨的成本,不断地将实体产业向外转移,而政府短视无能,无所作为,任由支撑国民经济的产业在他们的眼皮底下一个个地消失。今天,无能的政客和愚昧的国民没有想办法从自身找原因,想法解决内部存在的问题,却从客观上找替罪羊,竟然认为造成这种状况的是因为美国人太善良太友好,允许中国加入WTO,从而造成了美国当今的困境。

    美国允许中国加入WTO真的是他妈妈的好心吗?他连自己的亲爹英国都算计打压得一塌糊涂,他会对一个挨不着的中国好心。他的眼里只有利益,金钱至上。那美国为什么允许中国加入WTO呢?

    首先,看中的中国潜在的巨大市场,十三亿人口将是一个巨大的无底洞,为他的产品打开了一个难以估计的巨大的销路。

    其次,是中国训练有素的廉价劳动力,这是世界任何一个国家都不能匹敌的人力市场,这将会为他们在中国的企业的腾飞插上有力的翅膀。

    第三,就是丰富的资源。随便举个例子,多年来,中国的稀土一直以白菜价被卖给美国,维持着美国高科技产业的生态。

    第四,当时的美国国力如日中天,处于历史上高峰期,他们对自己的自由资本主义制度无比骄傲,无比的自信。他们认为,只要将中国纳入这个体系,中国的制度一定会发生改变,最终成为象日本和德国一样听命于他们的附庸。那个福山不是写了一本“历史的终结”吗?认为人类历史发展到美国这个阶段就是顶点啦!中国人肯定受不了这种制度的诱惑,最终会乖乖加入这个行列的。

    自中国加入WTO伊始,多少美国公司如土匪一般抢占中国市场,占据巨量的市场份额,这些产业在中国赚取巨额的利润,填补着那些贪得无厌的胃口,他们有过感激之心吗?不,他们永远不满足。多年来中国的生存状况如何呢?我们是用一亿件衬衫还换不来一架波音客机,这才是他们认可的模式。中国经济腾飞的几十年,也是西方人生活普遍提高的时期,大量质优价廉的商品让西方普通大众也过上了优裕的生活,如今他们离开中国制造已经难以生活了。

    前面三点都成为现实,唯独第四点走偏了,这才是他们生气的根本。如今苦逼的中国人也学会了工业制造,开始从他们口里抢食了,他们就不愿意了啦!这个时候他们不会把人权拿出来说事,他们就是认为你中国人就该一辈子给他们打工,不配跟他们平起平坐,而只有他们才配享受。

    中国人不缺勤劳和智慧,差的只是一个机遇,历史上我们几度辉煌,今天只不过又重复了一下历史而已。如果美国人真的是好心,而且这个好心真的有帮助,为什么同是人口众多的印度,还有着与美国相同的政治制度,受着那么多资本主义国家的眷顾,结果却被中国拉下得越来越远呢?

    有些人写着中国文字,流着中国的血液,却也顺着特朗普的话语攻击中国。我理解你,为了在美国生存,讨好美国人,这无可厚非。不过,你不要以为会讲几句英语,拿着美国护照,你就是美国人啦!在人家眼里,你可能只算一个三等甚至四等公民还不如。你可能要撇撇嘴,不屑一顾,那我们等着,等着贸易战愈演愈烈,还没有美国人攻击你,你就嬴了!对了,那三个华裔教授被开除了是怎么一回事!
     
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    米国靠美元掠奪全球,不服就打服你,我是流氓我怕谁。
     
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    花花公子看到街上一个穷得衣不蔽体食不果腹的瘪三,体格还算健康,面相还说得过去,就说你到我那里打工吧…试用期十年……
     
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    又一 5 块。9981 要疯了
     
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    18年前是啥情况。

    当年吃亏了?

    此乃30年河东30年河西。
     
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    18年前,克林顿布下和平演变中国的陷阱。
    他预测现在的美国总统会配合,但是很遗憾。
     
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    洋人也拿人民币?肯定不止 5 毛 @9981
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    https://www.cnn.com/2019/05/26/opinions/china-is-not-the-enemy-sachs/index.html
    (CNN)China is not an enemy. It is a nation trying to raise its living standards through education, international trade, infrastructure investment, and improved technologies. In short, it is doing what any country should do when confronted with the historical reality of being poor and far behind more powerful countries. Yet the Trump administration is now aiming to stop China's development, which could prove to be disastrous for both the United States and the entire world.

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    China is being made a scapegoat for rising inequality in the United States. While US trade relations with China have been mutually beneficial over the years, some US workers have been left behind, notably Midwestern factory workers facing competition due to rising productivity and comparatively low (though rising) labor costs in China. Instead of blaming China for this normal phenomenon of market competition, we should be taxing the soaring corporate profits of our own multinational corporations and using the revenues to help working-class households, rebuild crumbling infrastructure, promote new job skills and invest in cutting-edge science and technology.
    We should understand that China is merely trying to make up for lost time after a very long period of geopolitical setbacks and related economic failures. Here is important historical background that is useful to understand China's economic development in the past 40 years.


    In 1839, Britain attacked China because it refused to allow British traders to continue providing Chinese people with addictive opium. Britain prevailed, and the humiliation of China's defeat in the First Opium War, ending in 1842, contributed in part to a mass uprising against the Qing Dynasty called the Taiping Rebellion that ended up causing more than 20 million deaths. A Second Opium War against Britain and France ultimately led to the continued erosion of China's power and internal stability.
    Toward the end of the 19th century, China lost a war to the newly industrializing Japan, and was subjected to yet more one-sided demands by Europe and the United States for trade. These humiliations led to another rebellion, followed by yet another defeat, at the hands of foreign powers.
    China's Qing Dynasty fell in 1911, after which China quickly succumbed to warlords, internal strife and Japan's invasion of China beginning in 1931. The end of World War II was followed by civil war, the creation of the People's Republic of China in 1949 and then the upheavals of Maoism, including millions of deaths from famine in the Great Leap Forward, which ended in the early 1960s, and the mass destabilization of the Cultural Revolution and its aftermath until 1977.
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    China's rapid development on a market basis therefore started only in 1978, when Deng Xiaoping came to power and launched sweeping economic reforms. While China has seen incredible growth in the past four decades, the legacy of more than a century of poverty, instability, invasion and foreign threats still looms large. Chinese leaders would like to get things right this time, and that means they are unwilling to bow to the United States or other Western powers again.
    China is now the second-largest economy in the world, when GDP is measured at market prices. Yet it is a country still in the process of catching up from poverty. In 1980, according to IMF data, China's GDP per capita was a mere 2.5% of the United States, and by 2018 had reached only 15.3% of the US level. When GDP is measured in purchasing-power-parity terms, by using a common set of "international prices" to value GDP in all countries, China's income per capita in 2018 was a bit higher at 28.9% of the United States.
    China has roughly followed the same development strategy as Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore before it. From an economic standpoint, it is not doing anything particularly unusual for a country that is playing catch up.The constant US refrain that China "steals" technologies is highly simplistic.
    Countries that are lagging behind upgrade their technologies in many ways, through study, imitation, purchases, mergers, foreign investments, extensive use of off-patent knowledge and, yes, copying. And with any fast-changing technologies, there are always running battles over intellectual property. That's true even among US companies today -- this kind of competition is simply a part of the global economic system. Technology leaders know they shouldn't count on keeping their lead through protection, but through continued innovation.
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    The United States relentlessly adopted British technologies in the early 19th century. And when any country wants to close a technology gap, it recruits know-how from abroad. The US ballistic missile program, as it is well known, was built with the help of former Nazi rocket scientists recruited to the United States after World War II.
    If China were a less populous Asian country, say like South Korea, with a little more than 50 million people, it would simply be hailed by the United States as a great development success story -- which it is. But because it is so big, China refutes America's pretensions to run the world. The United States, after all, is a mere 4.2% of the world's population, less than a fourth of China's. The truth is that neither country is in a position to dominate the world today, as technologies and know-how are spreading more quickly across the globe than ever before.
    Trade with China provides the United States with low-cost consumer goods and increasingly high-quality products. It also causes job losses in sectors such as manufacturing that compete directly with China. That is how trade works. To accuse China of unfairness in this is wrong -- plenty of American companies have reaped the benefits of manufacturing in China or exporting goods there. And US consumers enjoy higher living standards as a result of China's low-cost goods. The US and China should continue to negotiate and develop improved rules for bilateral and multilateral trade instead of stoking a trade war with one-sided threats and over-the-top accusations.
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    Trump is lashing out against China, ostensibly believing that it will once again bow to a Western power. It is willfully trying to crush successful companies like Huawei by changing the rules of international trade abruptly and unilaterally. China has been playing by Western rules for the past 40 years, gradually catching up the way that America's Asian allies did in the past. Now the United States is trying to pull the rug out from under China by launching a new Cold War.
    Unless some greater wisdom prevails, we could spin toward conflict with China, first economically, then geopolitically and militarily, with utter disaster for all. There will be no winners in such a conflict. Yet such is the profound shallowness and corruption of US politics today that we are on such a path.
    A trade war with China won't solve our economic problems. Instead we need homegrown solutions: affordable health care, better schools, modernized infrastructure, higher minimum wages and a crackdown on corporate greed. In the process, we would also learn that we have far more to gain through cooperation with China rather than reckless and unfair provocation.

     
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    美国让中国加入wto,跟中国一带一路思路类似,让你先富起来,再去赚你的钱。
    问题是等你富起来之后,发现也赚不到钱,就不干了,贸易战就这么来了。
     
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    美國佬生气的是,中国刚吃饱,有点肌肉,也要学着做霸主。有教会徒弟,饿死师傅的节奏了。
     
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    谁tmd这么认为过?肯定是对WTO一窍不通的人。
     
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    早上好!
     
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    我看也是鸡血文,看过就过去了。楼主发完就走,都不和网友讨论一下,一般不值得点评。
     
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    本来想把中国当猪养,回头杀了吃肉,谁知道那是在披着猪皮的小龙。
     
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    不要乱讲。

    9981 知识渊博,品行高尚,处处以圣人作为标准严格要求自己,是大家的模范和标兵,
    他怎么会发疯。
     
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    勤快阿。一点明就报到。:zhichi:
     
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