10 Countries That May Not Survive The Next 20 Years! #7 Might Really Surprise You!

10 Countries That May Not Survive The Next 20 Years! #7 Might Really Surprise You!

The future is uncertain, some countries may not survive another two decades. *REMEMBER* this list is speculative, and just because a country may collapse in 20 years, doesn’t mean that it will, or that we want it to.

Some of the countries on this list may surprise. One that took me by shock is China … how could the rising economic superpower make it onto this list? Find out:

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CapitolHillDaily is reporting:

Let’s have a look at Egypt. It’s toast. Egypt is breaking down because Hosni Mubarak didn’t create a modern and free economy to propel the 85 million Egyptian people out of abject poverty. And the Muslim Brotherhood, who seized power, will likely do a worse job of stewarding Egypt than Mubarak did. Egypt has become a bottomless money pit. It has a chronic and unsolvable balance-of-payments problem created by the need to import 50% of its food. Socialist energy subsidies consume a quarter of the national budget. Egypt is a pre-modern Islamic society, with 50% illiteracy and a 90% rate of female genital mutilation.

Author Gordon Chang writes on China:

Why Will China Collapse?

China’s political and economic system is unsustainable in a modern world.  Mao Zedong, the founder of the People’s Republic, built an abnormal society and then isolated it from all others.  His system could survive as long as China was kept apart from the rest of the world, but Mao’s successors have sought to open the People’s Republic to the outside.  As the country becomes more integrated with other nations, the same forces that apply around the globe—political, economic, and social—also affect China.  At some point in this process Mao’s abnormal system will give way because it is fundamentally incompatible with the role that China now seeks to occupy in the international system.

The dubious global market begs the question: Is the globalization of Modern Civilizations become so co-dependent upon each other that we are headed for an ultimate global collapse? –American Godfather