Skip to comments.China makes its move as U.S. falls back in Latin America
Posted on 07/27/2009 3:03:58 PM PDT by Flavius
All but invisible in Latin America a decade ago, China now is building cars in Uruguay, donating a soccer stadium to Costa Rica and lending $10 billion to Brazil's biggest oil company.
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Well..., there goes the neighborhood and the Monroe Doctrine... :-)
The world is China's apple this century.
Well... Carter started chipping away at it...
they have 1.3B people ready to pay everyone a visit.
The Monroe doctrine only comes into play if China starts annexing Latin American territory. Heck - the Chinese don't even have the equipment to stage an invasion of Indonesia (barely 2,000 miles away from China) - let alone invade and hold territory 10,000 miles away in Latin America. All the same, I am happy to see that China is taking its turn at throwing good money into bottomless Third World money pits. I'm sure aid will earn the Chinese as much gratitude in Third World hellholes as it did the West.
besides they have enough navy to protect container ships full with flying soldiers to park it in any third world cesspool
Step by step... :-)
China will slowly look more and more like the US, a country they have long admired.
Our present leadership is trying to get us to look more and more like Cuba. A country they have long admired.
Look at the health care they got.
Yep, and one day they’re gonna take a HUGE bite out of the U.S. And it will be economically.