Google Schmidt: “China can be best understood as a large, well-run business”

October 6, 2010

In his latest display of no-self-awareness, Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt, in an interview with the Atlantic, said:

  • China can be best understood as a large, well run business… and China has roughly the following objectives: It wants to maximize its cash flow; becoming the creditor, if you will, the bank of the world. And Second it wants to maximize both its internal demand as well as export demand. And the entire country seems to be organized around that principle.”

Is Google’s CEO the only sentient being on the planet that isn’t aware that China is organized around the principles of China’s National Communist Party?

If China is best understood as a large, well-run business,” why does Communist China censor and imprison their Chinese “customers” if they object too much to China’s products and services?

 

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