When ROTSCHILD ilk were living in caves, the Chinese were drinking tea from porcelain cups;
When the dragon is weakened, it shall wage war with the beast… if amaraka is not stopped soon by its own people… then the time of sorrows will be upon us soon; sell your stuff and head to the Southern hemisphere people, avoid the rush; let them have Europe; it’s gonna freeze over soon anyways; Buckingham will become known as the ice palace; mother earth is going to literally freeze the Anglo-Saxon supremacists dead in their tracks and their destiny is remote islands of self-exiled “whenwe’s”; be blessed
High up Yuntai mountain in China’s Henan province is a glass bridge that lets tourists walk out across the sky and look down at the lush valley floor over 3,000 feet below.
Glass walkways like this are quite popular across China, stunning visitors with both beauty and the thrill of danger.
Recently, this one cracked. And many tourists took to social media claiming that pieces of glass in the walkway broke away altogether.
The government of course is spinning a different story.
They reported that the glass walkway is completely safe, even though they’ve decided to close the bridge ‘temporarily’.
This is probably the best metaphor for the entire Chinese economy right now, because the glass is cracking everywhere.
China’s manufacturing sector has been weak for months, and its industrial sector is completely in the dumps.
This week the deputy head of the China Iron and Steel Association said that…
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