CHINA vs INDIA: The Shadow Battle Between President Trump and the Deep State

MADE IN JAPAN.   Cars, industrial equipment, glassware, clothes; after WWII Japan became the ‘inexpensive’ manufacturer that the US turned to for imports.   Mexico had a brief stint, and then in the mid to late1980’s China opened its market to the US and ultimately took over as our largest source of imports given price and quality standards. Reaching it’s peaks right after the Trump election in 2016, it has been sliding precipitously since.   And waiting in the wings to be the next trade partner is – India.

Tooling up their manufacturing could be the next big shift in the solar eclipse of trade.

While China and India have flexed muscles in the past, the latest skirmish would seem to have resulted from a different tension – trade.   China’s economy has tanked since CoVid.   China’s largest trading partners have historically been: US, EU, Japan, Hong Kong. And South Korea.  The virus shuttered the US, EU and Japan, the protests shuttered Hong Kong, and North Korean rooster fights have put a damper on South Korea trade.

Knowledge that India might become the new China would destroy China – completely.   And if China goes – so does much of The Deep State.

Biden is fringe compared to Bill Gates and his clansmen.   Sold on Chinese scientists, Gates is not as well liked in India where he has conducted illegal vaccine trials that have resulted in maiming, disease, infertility, deformities and – death.   The Swamp has yet to make its 666 mark well defined.

As Prime Minister Modi continues his own crack-down on all things Chinese including apps – Weibo and Tik-Tok, he is ramping up infrastructure spending which is a common drive when trade and economic growth are anticipated.   And President Trump has been adamantly clear that “America loves India”.

As the fifth largest economy by GDP in 2019, overtaking France and the UK, India’s major exports include;   mineral fuels, precious metals and gems, machinery and equipment, organic chemicals, vehicles, pharma, electrical machinery and steel.

To date, China’s largest exports have evolved to literally everything surveillance; computers, phones, telecommunications, apps, and all relative equipment.

The riff between the two countries, India and China, would seem to follow the same issues that have plagued China for decades – land.   China has run out of useable land and land grabs along the border with India are the source of all animosity.   The grabs have been primarily focused on fertile and grazing land – some of which was private land, and some state owned.  Not wishing to escalate relations, previous Prime Ministers have done little to dissuade the grabs.

The most notable of attempted grabbing has been area along the shores of Pangong Tso Lake. While the lake itself is brackish and saline, the shores are a vital infrastructure roadway that India continues to expand and puts China on the defensive.   Any progress India makes is a threat to China’s monopoly.   And given the relationships that China courted are now well aware of the more sinister motive, China could very well face its final demise and implosion.

Counting on the US Deep State, China managed to infiltrate vast industries and businesses across the US – including Big Pharma supply chains.   The extent of the rise and the quickness with which it instituted itself as a dominant power could not have been possible without the assistance of the Deep State.   The same Deep State that has managed to stifle Russia’s role in world dominance.   And lest we forget, it was Soros who declared that the People of the United States were the largest obstruction to global governance, globalization, and a New World Order within the guise of the UN.   Russia was considered the second largest stigma.   And so, China became the defacto partner although as the Wild Wild West will reiterate – ‘there is no honor among thieves’ – and thus the two powers, China and The Deep State, kept a type of swords drawn but not raised alliance.

It would now be well advised for India to be careful who it allows to woo its evolutionary new phase of trade.   And the Deep State is known to come in many shades of Wolfe.

The RESET is in a precarious position – if President Trump is re-elected, the consensus is a promising Economic bounce for India.   If Trump is not re-elected, the China infiltration will likely become much more pronounced with lightening speed adoption as fear of a nationalist civil war could prolong the colonization.

Timing is everything – and President Trump has proven to be – a Master of Timing!   Ghislaine Maxwell has likely shifted offensive to defensive heartbeats….

4 thoughts on “CHINA vs INDIA: The Shadow Battle Between President Trump and the Deep State

  1. I speak 4 or 5 Indian languages,and I know and love the Indian people.

    But I have to be honest and say that India is a corrupt, stinking mess with an average IQ in the low 80s, and a long history of superstition, ignorance and stupidity.

    India is no match for China, and will never replace it as the world’s factory. Way back in the 60s, I compared books and magazines from India and China for the quality of manufacture, and the content. Indian books had the unfortunate habit of coming to pieces as you read them. Magazines would have pages inserted upside down, with uneven litho printing so part of a page would be too dark, with the other part too light. Chinese stuff was faultless in production and in content: well and cogently written in English, as compared to polemics and superstitious twaddle in some parody of English. I said then that China would overtake India, and I was right.

    Don’t hold your breath for salvation from India. And anyway – where’s that American excellence gone to? Can’t Americans make everything the Chinese can? Can’t you get Jamal and Lakeisha and Cletus and Sue-Ellen to work as hard as Chinese do? Or don’t your Jewish masters relish the prospect of free, healthy, intelligent and independent, productive gentiles?

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