The Coming Collapse of China — and Obama

by Kevin “Coach” Collins,

In spite of our smashing victories last November there are still linger concerns that even this great social upheaval may be too late. The media’s constant drum beat is that America is fading, and China will inevitably be our master.

The most recent Rasmussen poll tells us just 35 percent of likely voters think America’s best days are yet to come, while an alarming 45 percent say we’ve seen our best days and have little to look forward to.

Using the ability to outproduce rivals as the best measure of likely mastery of the future shows America’s doom and gloom crowd is very wrong.

The facts say not only can we survive Obama’s assault on our freedoms and economy, but we are actually well positioned to because we are easily outproducing China, our closest rival,  by a very wide margin.

The most United Nations recent report on international economic data sets America’s manufacturing output at $2.15 trillion, which is more than 45 percent more than the output of China. Moreover, America produces 20 percent of all the world’s consumer goods.

The Walmart Factor

The toys the sports equipment and shoes we see in Walmart and other down scale chains are not a threat to us. They help us live a bit better, but when it comes to making meaningful products, the kind that mere cheap manpower cannot duplicate, no one can touch America. We produce more goods than Germany, Italy, France, the United Kingdom, and South Korea combined. The cheap junk that we buy from China now can be purchased from any one of a dozen countries around the world.

Despite all of the obstacles Obama puts in our way, the fighter planes, air conditioners,  pharmaceuticals, and consumer electronics we make now, we’ll still be able to make when Obama is gone. America runs on our belief in the idea of freedom, which is something his socialism can never stamp out.

China’s Future

Experts in global intelligence are predicting the economic collapse of China by 2020. STRATFOR, a private firm paid to be right, sees China saturating its markets for cheap goods and grinding to a halt because of a shortage of workers skilled in the production of meaningful goods. STRATFOR vigorously disputes the notion that America is in an irreversible downward spiral, awaiting a world ruled by a China. To the contrary, it warns of the dangers of investing in China given her precarious future.

It won’t be easy, but we can survive Obama and get our country back on track. Our children need not live in an America that is less than the country we have today.

To contact your Congressional Representative use this link:

To read more about this story use these links:

This article originally appeared on and appears here with permission.

About Kevin "Coach" Collins

Dr. Kevin “Coach” Collins, a member of American Mensa and the Sons of the American Revolution, holds a doctoral degree in Public Administration from Nova Southeastern University, and brings a unique background to his endeavors. He is a Viet Nam era Marine and a retired NYPD Honor Legion street cop, who was assigned to many sensitive positions during his time with the Department. He blogs at
This entry was posted in Floyd Reports, News Reports, Opinion and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

9 Responses to The Coming Collapse of China — and Obama

  1. I’m glad someone else feels as I do. I have used some of the cheap

    junk from China and their products are no comparison to ours. And

    I’m only referring to hardware and tools – no comparison. So, my

    fellow Patriots, stay the course and keep your eyes on the future. I

    have also visited communist countries, and they don’t have the work

    ethic and dedication to quality as we in the USA. Obama is wrong,

    he will fail, his gang of America-hating worms will be gone, and we

    will be stronger because of him. This I believe with all my heart.

  2. donjusko says:

    Meanwhile we keep sending our manufacturing jobs to China. Who's behind that Mess? Somebody on our side is not on our side.

  3. Pingback: Tweets that mention The Coming Collapse of China — and Obama | Floyd Reports --

  4. Woah! I’m really loving the template/theme of this blog. It’s simple, yet
    effective. A lot of times it’s hard to get that “perfect balance” between usability and visual appearance. I must say that you’ve done a very
    good job with this. Additionally, the blog loads extremely fast for me on Firefox.
    Exceptional Blog!

  5. Sarah says:

    A no interest charge card could be the right type of card for you if you
    are just starting out in the credit world looking to
    establish credit. During the daytime at the famous Miami Beach, beachgoers may be seen
    sun-tanning and engaging in a wide array of water sports, while at night, the entire area is become party central because the numerous clubs and bars
    down the Beach stand out with energetic party-goers streaming in for any good time.
    Travelers can avail the power of the rooms on a pay-by-use basis.

  6. Francisco says:

    You can be to the top through staircase or through an elevator the examine Paris from the following is beautiful.
    Eating breakfast inside the hotel will reduce on your own food costs on your holiday.
    could be the one with the best spot from which you could make reservations on your UK London hotels, London hotel

  7. 5 million, consisting of over 270 nationalities with a lot
    more than 250 different languages spoken, it stands
    out as the most diverse city within the world. If you arrived at
    the Hyde Park area, you may find numerous Hyde Park Hotels London where you’ll be able
    to stay. Built in elegant, appealing, and unique architectural style,
    the apartment in London has an ideal accommodation alternative at very reasonable rates.

  8. Tyrone says:

    She was a clean cut Christian artist in Nashville
    named Katy Hudson just a few short years ago.
    She told the story of growing up in a deeply spiritual
    home and a nurturing church, where she first
    found her voice. it was at that place where she gained
    her epiphany – that the feeling of confusion in her is actually the feeling of love
    that she had for Abel.

    Here is my web blog – Christian Hudson – Tyrone -

  9. Heya! I’m at work browsing your blog from my new iphone!
    Just wanted to say I love reading your blog and look forward to all your posts!
    Carry on the great work!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>