I think we should put this on the other main pre law boards so it gets more hits.
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Globalism is not a panacea as professed by some economic pundits whom are largely responsible for this trend toward instability within the US economy. The resulting codependency amongst countries does not necessarily mean that they will not be hostile toward each other. In fact, they might become more hostile, since their basic needs are now obtained from within the borders of the other country.
Buying UnoCal does not instantly scream they own our oil supply. I never stated that. But it strongly signals the fact that China is out to buy oil companies rather than be a nation dependant on other country's oil. And the scary thing is that they have all the money they need to buy whatever oil companies come their way.
The mere fact that China is one of the largest violators of human/labor rights should be cause enough for not doing trade or business with China, not to mention the fact that the US has vowed to stand up to countries who oppress and deny basic rights to its people. Throw in that Chinia owns 75% of our nation's debt, and is now positioning itself to purchase one of our largest oil companies, UniCal...watch out!
But these don't matter, it's about the issues right?
Yep, in about 25 years, we will all be speaking Chinese.