Hong Kong – After meetings with his international political advisors, 2008 Presidential Candidate Daniel Imperato of Imperato Brooks 2008 addressed relations between the US, China, and Hong Kong.
Imperato first commented on the Chinese takeover of Hong Kong from the British, which occurred in 1997.
“While the Chinese people initially concerned with China taking over Hong Kong, I believe today that life is normal. The people are working diligently towards the economic growth in mainland China and the increased strength of Hong Kong as a partner in the development of the region. The Chinese people are people of long-term vision, strength, peace, harmony, and mutual respect for all.
According to Imperato, the Chinese Government has maintained the strength and economic viability of Hong Kong and has proceeded forward to maintain the managerial aspects of Hong Kong in a similar fashion that the English did.
In his words, “the takeover of Hong Kong has proven to be, at this point, a smooth one and the economy of Hong Kong is very viable.”
However, with recent booms in the economies of China and Hong Kong, the United States has not enjoyed strong relations with both entities.
Imperato called on President George W. Bush to keep in mind his inexperience in the region, and to stop giving orders to the Chinese who are tired of Bush’s lack of diplomacy.
Due to the strained relations, China has looked inward for economic strength.
“While they respect the people of the US and have great respect for the country, they realize that their strength is in their own economy and dealing with their people. So they are now focusing on building the infrastructure and the manufacturing capability to increase the viability of product sales and distribution around the globe with Chinese products. I feel that the United States of America is at a great disadvantage not only because of the labor cost but because our administration has shun the Chinese leader Jintao,” stated Imperato.
As a result of the lack of diplomacy, US policy for China has no weight, and the administration has little influence in the region.
“There has been recent news pertaining to the building up of the Chinese military, and our Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice is not happy with it. I feel that the Chinese have the right to do as they wish and to build their country in accordance with their desire. I do not believe that the US has the right to demand China to do anything other than to maintain a peaceful relationship with United States and the rest of the world,” expressed Imperato.
Excessive demands by our government, in Imperato’s estimation, will “push China against the wall and cause greater strain.”
That’s why in an Imperato Presidency, relations with China will change.
“I come out to state that when I become president in 2008, that I will increase the relations with China and have a mutual respect and understanding of the philosophy of their customs,” explained Imperato.
Imperato also commented on increasing trade ties in between US, China, and Hong Kong, as well as upgrading US manufacturing infrastructure to meet up with global need and high quality standards.
He concluded his statement with the following remarks, “The Chinese at this point have it all; they have cash, low wages, resources, and basically have positioned themselves to capitalize on the global economy through the strengthening of their own capabilities as a superpower. The United States needs to understand the Chinese culture, mentality and needs to work towards mutually respectful, peaceful relations with Jintao and his leadership. I look forward to taking on that task for 2008.”
About Daniel Imperato, Presidential Candidate, (www.daniel2008.com)
Daniel was born in Boston, Mass (1958), and began his business career in 1977 transforming the manufacturing facilities in Israel through adapting them to the global marketplace along with bringing financing to the factories for global expansion. He also operated a trading company in Singapore and owned a manufacturing company in Belgium. Daniel brings over thirty years of experience in global business planning and development and has personal relationships at high levels around the world. Daniel has consulted for Fortune 500 corporations, with a mix of product lines, consisting of telecommunications products and services, telecommunications equipment including v-sat terminals and handheld mobile satellite telephones, along with passport and identification cards services and secure documents for foreign governments around the world. He is currently a Papal Knight with honors from the Vatican, and a board member for the African Center Foundation, a United Nations NGO, and the founder of Imperiali Organization (www.imperiali.org). Presently, he has organized a Presidential Committee in order to organize support for a run at the White House in 2008.
About Webster Brooks, Vice Presidential Candidate
Webster Brooks was born in Colorado (1956) to an Army family and was raised in Detroit. In Detroit, Brooks saw the pride and spirit of Middle America growing up in a town that was heavily influenced by the auto industry and Motown music. Twenty Four years later, he ran for Mayor of Washington DC in 1990 as independent, and then worked with many democrats, republicans and independent in politics. In 2002, Brooks’ organization, The National Black Republican Network, became the most popular public forum for Black conservatives and Republicans, but included independents as well. Brooks was named as one of ‘The 20 Most Influential Black Conservatives’ by Headway Magazine and an ‘Intellectual Tour de Force’ by the Detroit News. During this time, Brooks chaired the National Congress of Black Conservatives and the National Black Coalition for School Choice. He currently resides in Hartford, CT with his loving family.
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