Answer: Nations that don't like you very much and would love to see you weakened.
Citigroup is putting the final touches to its second big capital-raising effort in as many months, seeking up to $14bn from Chinese, Kuwaiti and public market investors.
Under the proposal being discussed, the bulk of the money – roughly $9bn – would be most likely to come from China, people familiar with the negotiations say. The Kuwait Investment Authority would contribute about $1bn, while $2bn to $4bn would be raised through a public placement of shares.
Well, it's only a matter of time. When we get so far into these people, they are going to call these loans in. Mark it down. Meanwhile, they will own a significant amount of our financial infrastructure and control nearly all of the means of production, all because we export our factory jobs overseas.
In WWII, we succeeded partially because we converted regular plants that could manufacture the supplies we needed, to defeat a formidable enemy. But many of those are slipping away with a lot going overseas to nations like China. If the balloon goes up, does anyone think China will let us job that out to them?
This is what happens to a nation, when it spends way too much.
To state it in a Greek patriarchal manner much like Michael Constantine's character in the movie, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, "But nobody leesens to me".