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One Country Two Systems Is Seriously Troubled

The political economy of the People’s Republic of China could further get troubled with the lowest GDP growth on record. A trade war is escalating between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping while China accuses the West in general and the United States of America in particular for provoking protests in Hong Kong.

Whenever caught in a conflict with the oldest democracy in the world that is far away, the People’s Republic of China got good support from the largest democracy in the world that is in its neighbourhood. But recently the Chinese Government has further alienated the largest democracy also by crticising the Indian act of terminating a kind of ‘one country two systems’ in Kashmir. China has unnecessarily gone too far in its alliance with Pakistan that is constantly accused of provoking separatism and terrorism by the Indian side.

Whereas the problem in Hong Kong is continuing independently of all these factors, manifesting a failure of ‘One Country Two Systems’ policy in particular. ‘One China Policy’ showcasing ‘One Country Two Systems’ is seriously troubled with Hong Kong Administration increasingly alienating the people of Hong Kong. The government response is seemingly posing a threat to democracy in Hong Kong, anticipating any retaliation by Chinese people into a threat of democracy in mainland China as well.

Murderous Menace Of Politics Has Been Universal

US President, heading the oldest consistent democracy finally acknowledges all that.

“Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind” said George Orwell. Murderous menace of politics has always been universal.

Killers are everywhere, who kill for political gains and the United States is not innocent in this regard. Newest US President, heading the oldest consistent democracy now acknowledges that.

In an exclusive interview when O’Reilly branded Putin as killer, Trump intervened emphatically by saying “There are a lot of killers… what you think our country is so innocent?”

India Is One And Open To Everyone

India is one and is open to everyone while gated community is reality everywhere else.

The global companies headquartered in USA are astonished with certain announcements going on. India is going to become their ultimate destination as undoing all divisive designs, very idea and entity of India is unfailingly one, the way this has been open to everyone.

Actually the US lost its leadership of globalization with Edward Snowden exposing their misuse of internet control. Now with the victory of Donald Trump they have that naturally downgraded themselves into just another nation struggling to hold their sovereign state altogether.

China being a closed society cannot lead the globalization of internet age. India is one and is open to everyone while gated community has become a reality everywhere else.

Hacktivism Has Won The World

No! Donald Trump is not the global person of the year. Donald Trump is just another president of globally failing United States of America that he did promise to rebuild as great again for winning his election that he won only because the winning candidate Hillary Clinton got defeated by the hacktivists led by Julian Assange.

Unlike Narendra Modi, Donald Trump is the manifestation of a demoralized nationhood but the Time magazine has disallowed globally glorious Narendra Modi as its person of the year by saying that most of the votes he got were from India itself but the Time magazine as US business has failed even in accepting the changed global truth that India is now no less a world that USA is not now so forget about their capacity for proclaiming it.

Selecting a global person of the year is no more a job befitting to them since they cannot ever dare to defy their local limitation although their runner-up person of the year reflected as ‘hackers’ is the echo of concurrent global truth. The new normal of globalization is hacktivism that has won the world even through the very US presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump or through the diplomatic battles between Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama and Tayyip Erdogan.