America No Longer the World’s No. 1 Economic Power

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 4, 2014

It was fun while it lasted.  But we still have many new lows to look forward to sinking to.
It was fun while it lasted. But we still have many new lows to look forward to sinking to.

These Chinese are definitely good at biding time.  And bide they did.  They are now officially the world’s number one economy.

We turned over all of our manufacturing industry to them, while we sat around masturbating, getting ripped-off by Jews, getting invaded by the hordes, pretending like Blacks are serious people and bombing Muslims for the Jews.

We could have stopped it, but we didn’t.

Market Watch:

There’s no easy way to say this, so I’ll just say it: We’re no longer No. 1. Today, we’re No. 2. Yes, it’s official. The Chinese economy just overtook the United States economy to become the largest in the world. For the first time since Ulysses S. Grant was president, America is not the leading economic power on the planet.

It just happened — and almost nobody noticed.

The International Monetary Fund recently released the latest numbers for the world economy. And when you measure national economic output in “real” terms of goods and services, China will this year produce $17.6 trillion — compared with $17.4 trillion for the U.S.A.

As recently as 2000, we produced nearly three times as much as the Chinese.

To put the numbers slightly differently, China now accounts for 16.5% of the global economy when measured in real purchasing-power terms, compared with 16.3% for the U.S.

This latest economic earthquake follows the development last year when China surpassed the U.S. for the first time in terms of global trade.

I reported on this looming development over two years ago, but the moment came sooner than I or anyone else had predicted. China’s recent decision to bring gross domestic product calculations in line with international standards has revealed activity that had previously gone uncounted.

These calculations are based on a well-established and widely used economic measure known as purchasing-power parity (or PPP), which measures the actual output as opposed to fluctuations in exchange rates. So a Starbucks venti Frappucino served in Beijing counts the same as a venti Frappucino served in Minneapolis, regardless of what happens to be going on among foreign-exchange traders.

Good job, America!

You might have destroyed yourself completely by letting Jews use banking, entertainment and immigration to bring down every single aspect of your society, but you’re still number one in our eyes!

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We’ve got bigger problems than gook economies to deal with here, folks, the globalists are abusing innocent Black people because they follow the model of Hitler. We need to get Ted Cruz in there before they take all our Constitutions and burgers.

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