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2 minutes ago, dimreepr said:

Do you understand anything?

Everyone knows that. The dollar did not change for gold, only during government calculations, as soon as De Gaulle took out 2 ships of gold from the United States, the United States declared a default

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2 minutes ago, altaylar2000 said:

Everyone knows that. The dollar did not change for gold, only during government calculations, as soon as De Gaulle took out 2 ships of gold from the United States, the United States declared a default

Knowledge does not equate to understanding...

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14 minutes ago, altaylar2000 said:

It doesn't matter, under the gold standard there was no real gold plating, even officially there was a fractional reserve of 1 in 10 or so, and there wasn’t even that. It was just a formality

What does this have to do with US response to humanitarian crises in China and elsewhere? 

You perhaps saw your many claims demonstrated to be false and so chose instead to Gish Gallop?

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Just now, iNow said:

What does this have to do with US response to humanitarian crises in China and elsewhere? 

China pays the United States, so the United States has leverage, there are many of their puppets, otherwise they would not pay

Just now, dimreepr said:

Do you understand anything?

What did you want to ask? Do I understand the mechanism for paying tribute through currency board?

So if the United States can force 2 billion Chinese to work through its protégés for a beggarly salary, then why can't it force an end to the genocide of the Uyghurs?

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2 hours ago, altaylar2000 said:

Why they still feed the Chinese with rice?

What is wrong with rice? I just ate it in my meal.. So the same like half of human population on this planet.. 

 

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27 minutes ago, altaylar2000 said:

Everyone knows that.

This is a quite unsatisfactory response, in that there is no thing that everyone knows, and the implications of possibly “knowing” things that are not true. Two reasons to support your claims.

17 minutes ago, altaylar2000 said:

China pays the United States,

For what does China pay the United States?

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16 minutes ago, altaylar2000 said:

So if the United States can force 2 billion Chinese to work through its protégés for a beggarly salary, then why can't it force an end to the genocide of the Uyghurs?

Your lack of understanding of the world is quite astounding.  I hope you are around 12 years old, then your thinking would make a little more sense.

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15 minutes ago, altaylar2000 said:

What did you want to ask? Do I understand the mechanism for paying tribute through currency board?

Countries are importing goods from 3rd party countries and exporting their goods instead. To import stuff you need to have worldwide accepted currency. Nobody is paying any tribute other party. Without export China could not import what they want from world. Search net "what China imports from world".

e. g. 

https://www.statista.com/topics/1471/imports-to-china/#dossierSummary

They imported rice for 157 mln USD in February 2020.

If they import such basic thing like rice, it means without it, somebody living in China, would be hungry..

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4 minutes ago, Sensei said:

Countries are importing goods from 3rd party countries and exporting their goods instead. To import stuff you need to have worldwide accepted currency. Nobody is paying any tribute other party. Without export China could not import what they want from world. Search net "what China imports from world".

e. g. 

https://www.statista.com/topics/1471/imports-to-china/#dossierSummary

They imported rice for 157 mln USD in February 2020.

If they import such basic thing like rice, it means without it, somebody living in China, would be hungry..

These are just explanations "for the people".

The same Chinese could sell goods in their own currency, because everything changes freely, and they need the yuan inside, but then the United States cannot print money, but instead there will be an internal production for dollar support

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28 minutes ago, altaylar2000 said:

These are just explanations "for the people".

No. This is how economy works. In older times there was used previous metal instead of "worldwide accepted currency". Europeans wanted tea from China. But Chinese rulers demanded silver and didn't want anything instead. Europeans had to take gold on galleons, buy silver in Japan, and deliver to China. New cities-ports were created Macau and Hong Kong.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manila_galleon

The all other ports were forbidden for foreign sailors from the West. It ended up with 1st and 2nd opium war.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opium_Wars

 

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The same Chinese could sell goods in their own currency, because everything changes freely, and they need the yuan inside, but then the United States cannot print money, but instead there will be an internal production for dollar support

Why Russia does not sell oil and gas in rubles?Because it is not "worldwide accepted currency" in world trade...

The same is with yuan.

 

 

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13 minutes ago, iNow said:

No bounds...

Then they will be holders themself, and not able get import for free

11 minutes ago, Sensei said:

No. This is how economy works.

No. It works as I said

Printing money for circulation within the country will only lead to inflation

 

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