China will collapse within the next decade and why the USA won’t

As I always say, the United States of America is a country of collective effort. millions of individuals work independently without any influence from the government to make their own fortune.

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So they collect lots of wealth and power in the World. So, the US Government facilitate this collective effort and they do not control the personal life of a citizen. So, this giant empire is powered by individuals while saving their own individual views and freedom. If you are an American citizen, if you don’t like your government, it doesn’t matter. Your work won’t be affected by the government. And yet your work will contribute to the nation. The reason is Government won’t interfere with private citizens and their growth and power. Instead of one big powerful powerhouse, Americans allow millions of big powerful powerhouses to grow in their country. As the economy and the power work like a circle which is interconnected with each other, the USA has become a very powerful empire and no one knows its centre of gravity or centrepiece. It is wide and free and no one would ever get the power to find the most powerful place and destroy it. So, the USA would be the most powerful country on Earth for a very long time as long as it is a Free, Independent, Individualism oriented country that saves democracy. Their power is the Freedom of Citizens.

On the other hand, China and USSR are centralized governments. They want and wanted to control everyone’s life. They wanted power centralized. People worked hard for the will of the government. A large population of people won’t work for a few selected people without freedom won’t last long. They don’t have any reward for their lifetime. So, these centralized empires often fail. So, USSR or Soviets failed. Now it’s time to see China’s progress. I predicted China’s failure once Jack Ma stopped his public appearance.

For decades, China has been touted as a rising economic superpower, with a central government that is incredibly effective in implementing policy changes quickly and efficiently. However, many experts believe that China is facing a multitude of challenges that could result in the eventual collapse of its centralized government.

One of the primary reasons for concern is the centralized nature of China’s government. Like the Soviet Union before it, China’s communist government is highly centralized, with power concentrated in the hands of a small group of elites in Beijing. This has led to a lack of accountability and transparency, which has resulted in widespread corruption and a lack of trust in the government.

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Another significant issue facing China is the ongoing trade war with the United States. The US has imposed tariffs on Chinese goods in an effort to reduce the trade deficit between the two countries. One of the most significant effects of this trade war has been the disruption of China’s supply of silicon chips. The US is home to many of the world’s largest chip manufacturers, and the Chinese government has been heavily reliant on these chips to power its burgeoning tech industry.

Without access to these crucial components, China’s tech industry is likely to suffer greatly, which could have a knock-on effect on the country’s broader economy. This is especially concerning given that China has already been facing an economic slowdown in recent years. With the US continuing to place pressure on China through trade restrictions, the country’s economic outlook appears to be growing increasingly uncertain.

Another major concern for China is its population crisis. The country has long been grappling with a rapidly ageing population, which is putting a significant strain on its social welfare system. In 2015, China ended its one-child policy, which had been in place since 1979, in an effort to combat this demographic crisis. However, this move has not been enough to stem the decline in birth rates.

This decline in population could have far-reaching effects on China’s economy and social stability. With fewer young people entering the workforce, there will be fewer people to support the country’s ageing population. This could lead to a rise in healthcare costs and other social welfare expenses, which could be unsustainable for the government to bear. Additionally, the lack of young people could result in a decline in innovation and economic growth.

Finally, China’s government has also been facing growing discontent from its own people. The country’s citizens are increasingly exposed to the open and free world, which has made them more aware of the government’s authoritarian policies and human rights abuses. This has led to protests and social unrest in recent years, which have been met with heavy-handed government responses.

The Chinese government’s attempts to suppress dissent have only served to further alienate the population. Many experts believe that this discontent could eventually boil over into a full-blown revolution, similar to what occurred in the Soviet Union. As more and more Chinese citizens become aware of the government’s failings, they are likely to demand change, which could result in a complete overhaul of the country’s political system.

In conclusion, China’s centralized government, trade tensions with the US, population crisis, and growing discontent among its own people are all significant challenges that the country is facing. While it is unlikely that China will collapse in the immediate future, it is clear that the country’s government will need to address these issues if it hopes to remain a stable and prosperous nation in the long term. Only time will tell if China’s leaders are up to the task of guiding the country through these turbulent times.

One area of concern for China’s economy is the high levels of debt that the country has accumulated in recent years. Much of this debt has been incurred by state-owned enterprises (SOEs) that have been propped up by the government in an effort to keep the economy afloat. This has led to concerns that the government may not be able to sustain this level of support indefinitely, which could result in a major economic crisis.

Another factor that could contribute to China’s potential collapse is the country’s environmental problems. China is home to some of the most polluted cities in the world, and its economy is heavily reliant on industries that contribute to environmental degradation, such as coal mining and heavy manufacturing. This has led to growing concerns about the long-term sustainability of China’s economic model, which could result in widespread social and economic instability if not addressed.

Finally, China’s global ambitions may also contribute to its eventual collapse. China has been aggressively expanding its influence around the world, investing heavily in infrastructure projects in developing countries and seeking to become a dominant player in global trade. While this has been a successful strategy in the short term, it could result in pushback from other countries that feel threatened by China’s growing power.

Overall, there are many reasons to be concerned about China’s future prospects. While the country has made impressive gains in recent years, there is a multitude of challenges that could derail its progress and lead to collapse. It is up to China’s leaders to address these challenges and ensure that the country remains stable and prosperous in the years to come.

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Tropical Countries are not ideal places to live. Upside Down Concepts

Tropical countries are the best places to live and Winter time is hard. Many people claim that way and I didn’t agree. I am fighting back.

I am doing my research and I still write this upside-down concept while open to arguments. I believe that temperate regions with very soft seasonal climates like Europe, Canada, North America, Japan, the Korean peninsula, Northern China, North India, Russia, New Zealand and Southern Australia are some of the best places to live on Earth in my point of view. Most people slightly conclude that Tropical regions are great as those areas are enjoying year-round sunlight. And they visit tropical regions in winter to avoid harsh winters. And they do not have a clue about living in Tropical countries.

Dangerous Tropical Forests

In my view, temperate regions with soft climates, such as Europe, North America, and Canada, offer a more comfortable and safe living environment for humans than tropical regions. Although tropical regions are known for their lush flora, diverse fauna, and beautiful beaches, they also present several challenges to human life other than what you see from your summer vacation hotel room window.

One of the most significant challenges of tropical living is the presence of dangerous animals and venomous flora and fauna. Tropical regions are home to venomous snakes, spiders, and other creatures that pose a threat to human life. The risk of mosquito-borne diseases, such as malaria and dengue fever, is also higher in tropical regions. In contrast, temperate regions have a lower incidence of venomous animals and diseases, making them safer for human habitation. Once some ancient legend hunter in Sri Lanka (Ravana legend) said, King Ravana, lived in an underground cave system as it was very hard to live in a tropical country like Sri Lanka. So, I agreed despite other disagreements over their theories.

Tropical regions are also prone to deadly natural disasters such as tornados, heavy rain, and landslides. These disasters can cause severe damage to property and infrastructure and put human lives at risk. The hot and humid climate of the tropics can also be challenging to adapt to for those accustomed to milder temperatures. In contrast, temperate regions offer a more predictable climate, making them safer and more comfortable for human habitation.

Beautiful Peaceful Swiss Village

Research also suggests that living in tropical regions can have a negative impact on human behaviour. A study published in the journal “Psychology and Developing Societies” found that people living in tropical regions are more likely to engage in violent behaviour than those living in temperate regions. The study attributed this to factors such as increased stress levels and cultural norms that condone aggression.

Finally, tropical regions are often less developed than temperate regions, presenting challenges for access to healthcare, education, and basic infrastructure. In contrast, temperate regions tend to have better-developed economies, higher levels of education, and better access to healthcare, making them more conducive to human development and well-being. Very few countries including Singapore, Malaysia, UAE and Taiwan with very different policies and resources could outcome a tropical factor on development other than the common situation in the tropical regions. For example, most tropical countries are not great places to live if there is no air conditioning 3/4 of the year. But unfortunately, tropical countries are less like to have air conditioning in most places other than the middle east oil giants.

Dangerous rivers with predators in tropical regions

In conclusion, while tropical regions have their own unique attractions and benefits, they also present several challenges to human life. Temperate regions with soft climates like Europe, North America, and Canada offer a more comfortable, safer, and better-developed living environment for humans. Therefore, it is essential to consider the risks and challenges of living in tropical regions before deciding to settle in these areas. My suggestion is to change your perception of tropical countries as they are so livable countries. It makes so bad misconceptions about citizens of those countries that overrate their reputation that further harm mentally on their development from the scratch.

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Will Asia rise over Western Free World?

Will China take over the World? Will Europe collapse? Is it the end of the Free World? Is the US empire about to end? Will Russia invade Europe?

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We see these questions again and again throughout the internet. And many people believe that these are legit fears and we are about to see something special that we never saw before.

I have bad news. Most of these assumptions are far from the truth. And most importantly, these ideas are not quite new things. Throughout history, people believed this kind of stuff for centuries. But, most of these predictions were just among scholars, journalists, philosophers, priests and privileged communities as the majority didn’t have access to the information or ideologies.

But with the boost of technology, most of the underprivileged countries and people did have access to the information. On the other hand, famous traditional and new media outlets are feeding these information platforms for their profits. For that profit-oriented businesses, they need stuff that impresses the fantasy of the majority.

Supply and Demand in the media industry

Most people know that supply and demand matter in the entertainment media industry. But, they do not know that the same rule works in news and current affairs as well. So, either western or eastern oriented media outlets feed the demand of the majority.

So most people either live in Free World or the East, they genetically live with a fear of a great villain. So the people who live in countries like the US, South Korea, Taiwan, Europe, the UK or Singapore will believe that China, Russia or Iran will take over the World power and their Free World will face an issue. So they have a villain.

People who live in the suppressed or half-suppressed east-oriented world will always have their western phobia. So they have a small hope about Russia or China or Iran will take over the power of the World to limit the future of the free world and build the conservative world power to save their closed suppressed lifestyle.

Even it is not representing the mindset of every human being who lives across these two types of countries. It is about the major political vibe and colour of countries.

So, these World powershifting dramas are the major source of feeds to run media outlets across the globe. Media is being called the fourth pillar of politics and they play a huge role in politics as well as in business. In the modern world, big tech-media hybrid giants also play a huge part in this.

Two factors of satisfying predictions

Those influential theories are contributing to the current World status in the exact opposite way of what most people believe.

These theories are satisfying both kinds of people (as I explained above) and it leads to the growth of the media and information industry. So it is directly interconnected with other corporations that use those channels for their growth as well. So, simply these theories are fuelling up the entire economy to shape its consumption decisions.

And the second factor is, these theories are also filling up the space for villains. So there is no need to grow a real villain as the villain demand and the demand-supply; both parties are seeing villains.


These overrated and overestimated future predictions are just urban myths and there were countless of these kinds of things since the beginning of human culture. The fear of Nazis, Fear of the Soviet Union, Fear of Russia which we can see how funny in real-time or the fear of North Korea are some of the recent fake beliefs.

In ancient times, there were similar fears and they were so unrealistic for today’s world. But those theories were so realistic at that time. Now we have urban myths that seem so realistic to today’s world.


In 1962, some Australians believed that USSR (Soviet Union) will take over the entire world and the US will fail. So they believed that Russian needed to be taught in Australian Public Schools.

So, we could see a similar fear over China these days. And some people believed Russia will take over the power of Ukraine within two days. And most of the over-estimated assumptions about the Russian Military came to the end after the Ukraine invasion.

So, the World will stay with similar trends for a very long time and it is so mythical to make your personal decisions based on these future predictions will not help you.

In other words, if you are not from the Free World, do not believe that you will be able to have the fortune of a Free World by its destruction which is going to be made possible by rising new World Powers. Work towards the Free World and achieve your dreams from there.

Let me finalize this article with an example. Some people wait in front of a mountain on a rainy day until a landslide happens to reach the apple tree which is on the top of the mountain.

Anuradha Bernard – Free World haters
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