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CYB Using the YUAN to fight the FED

Apr. 24, 2011 7:40 PM ETCYB
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News flash for Helicopter Ben and American CEOs, your days of pawning off inflation to the rest of the world and taking advantage of slave labor in CHINA to reap huge bonus check paydays are coming to a close.

The world is moving away from the dollar, and beginning to revolt against American foreign policy. The Chinese poor who have been long exploited by American CEOs are also beginning to ask for more.

The end result in CHINA, to combat inflation and raise the living standard of its people, is to let their currency move to a more natural value. This raises the buying power of its people, while combating inflation caused by America. At the same time, it makes products more expensive for Americans and lowers the earnings power of American business.

So don't under estimate this trend that is taking hold, thanks in large part to Helicopter Ben and his puppet masters the international bankers.

Owning CYB is a good way to play this trend of coming higher real cost in food and energy for America, along with a lower standard of living; while at the same time the Chinese enjoy a higher standard of living and increased buying power.

See ya

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