>>390551>China will not help me (or my people, or any people) to get out of this shit (its more likely the opposite, as symbolized by their lack of support for even other like-minded parties around the globe in fighting for power).
Just as I said:>>390498>the troll describes things China hasn't done
China has supported communist parties abroad and has deepened relationships with those parties. Maybe approach one of those, search for a working model they are providing, and organize commercial relationships with China, no? suck it up.>Dude I am unemployed
And you come here to promote your position towards China to see if some glow agency contacts you? How is your unemployment related to a "capitalist vs. capitalist" talking point?
Maybe if western imperial power stopped the wars, the sanctions, and occupy people into working for prosperity without violence, you would have work.
In WWII, FDR had to create a food-controlled program, with food cards of what you had to buy. They knew the war required control of the market. And now that the U.S. is under war around the world constantly, always planning to sabotage and funding NGOs, spying rings, destabilization, and radical groups, instead of doing that ration cards, they test how far they can go with their own population without breaking the system.
China, on the other hand, hasn't declared war on any country, doesn't have an army on a un-invited foreign land to impose their shit, and doesn't meddle in internal political affairs.