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….

President Trump: Art of War – A RESET

Distraction.  

For many, the distractions have been so perversely perfect that no one even remembers what was happening before CoVid.   But even the first round of CoVid wasn’t enough for The Deep State – they needed massive disruptions to shroud the entire globe in an image or illusion of darkness so pervasive we would forget and ultimately – succumb.

In 2019:

  1. Biden was in the hot seat as more and more details emerged about his and his son, Hunter’s, involvement in corrupt China deals.   Ukraine had opened an investigation into Biden’s possible embezzlement of funds through Burisma under the auspices of Hillary Clinton during her stint as Secretary of State, and Poroshenko the CIA planted president of Ukraine.
  2. Trump’s impeachment crashed and burned opening investigations into Schiff, FISA abuse involving Obama and Biden, and trashed witnesses.   CIA and FBI officials were fired for breach of trust and duty.
  3. The economy was soaring!
  4. Illegal immigration was caving despite caravan attempts to crash the border. The Wall was being built!
  5. Trade with Germany was being aggressively reorganized via the imposition of equal tariffs.
  6. Trump was winning the war with trade with China as their economy began to crumble on itself.
  7. Small businesses were flourishing.
  8. Cities were posting surplus revenues.
  9. Trump was working to make medical costs transparent and reduce the cost of prescription drugs.
  10. Trump had escalated the fight against sex trafficking and undercover agents were mopping up criminals.
  11. Unemployment was the lowest it has been in 50 years!

And The Deep State was getting crushed.

For the most part people were happy, taxes were lower, wages were higher, real estate was booming, and the US was once again emerging as the most lucrative nation on this globe while the EU continued to spiral into destitution and recession.

Another four years of this bounty would surely set back the globalization plan by decades. The EU Commission had become a laughing stock, Trudeau seemed brain-dead, and China was pressured.  What to do – what to do…

Ramping up a full scale war under the guise of internal implosion has always been the mantra of those who saw the US as the greatest obstacle to their success.   But land needed to be preserved – so any type of nuclear possession was not an option.   Destroying everything President Trump had accomplished would guarantee their thrones would remain intact while simultaneously reducing the population, mostly the elderly as they consume the most resources without producing anything of value.

EVERYTHING preached about CoVid 19 is wrong!  

BLM Protests reveal mostly white people – Antifa – leading the riots.

The Illusion Prevails!

Studies of previous pandemics reveal that death and infection rates decline in exact correlation to the mutation rate. For example the H1N1 virus that was first ‘discovered’ in 1918 mutated over 1400 times over a 60 year period.   Thus any test would pick up antibodies that could have been dormant the entire time as in all viruses.

The newest claim is that black people are more susceptible to CoVid than fair skinned people, a claim that was invented to help stoke the BLM Riots. Of course simple research of death rates in Africa and India blow that very ridiculous statistic out of the water; India deaths = about 17000 out of a population of 1.364billion, and Africa deaths = roughly 8200 out of a population of 1.29billion – TOTAL.  Not only do they have dark skin, they have the worst healthcare systems and highest poverty rates in the world!

Odd…

To date, the CoVid virus has mutated roughly 6-10 times based on false data of its origins – but who is counting. Mutations mean the DNA alters, the genetic makeup of the virus alters, and according to a study done in 2012 by NIH, the antibodies that protect subsequent infections work in direct reverse correlation. In other words, as the virus mutated, people had less infection rates just as they will with CoVid – which has already been in existence for 60 years.  

And just like TB and H1N1, if a person was exposed at any time over the last 60 years to any variation of CoVid, those antibodies would show up in the current Test scheme as a ‘positive result’ – thereby making the Test absolutely – worthless and a vaccine – absolutely worthless!

Ironically, just as the BLM anarchy begins to blowup, CoVid and Fauci suddenly make a reappearance on stage 1.   China announces a new and improved virus trend…   and the world bows diligently to the dogmatic dirge of Chinese propaganda.  Again.

Why?

Obviously China does NOT want another 4 years of Trump. The Deep State failed miserably the first 3 years – and obviously the two entities collaborated to destroy the US.   China gets portions of the land, The Deep State reaps the reward of more $$$$$$, the New Green Deal will give them beaucoup markets to drive, populations will die, history will be recreated, and a totalitarian regime will take control.

SCREECH – RESET

We have an incredible powerhouse in President Trump!   He is our saving grace – if the Deep State is this scared of losing – it means our President is Truly a Fearless Leader!  It means we would be less than cowards to back away now.   It means we need to be re-energized and focus on what CAN be done instead of the media feed of illusion and distraction!

NOW MORE THAN EVER OUR COUNTRY, OUR LIVES, OUR LIVELIHOOD ARE BEING ATTACKED – ART OF WAR 

  1.   Critical Factors:  strategy, alliance and unity
  2.   Know the enemies weaknesses and plan attacks accordingly
  3.   Flip defense to offensive strategy
  4.   Utilize spies and attack with one agenda – TO Win.
  5.   Weakening the enemy allows them to regroup – war means they must be eliminated.

US INCOME INEQUALITY: How we got here and how we can change

If we knew what causes income inequality peaks, could we change it?  

As history reveals, Income Inequality is cyclical. The current peak began in 1970 and there would seem to be little in the stratosphere to bridge that from continuing unabated.

Historically, between 1850 and 1950 the income equality among all peoples of the US, UK and Netherlands stabilized.   But across the board after WWII, those numbers spiked and continued a straight upward trajectory.   Economists vary somewhat on the current causes of the spike, but a few make logical sense:

  1. Globalization. Globalization meant increased trade, meant cheaper goods from China, meant labour in the US could not compete, meant labour caved and created a ridge of zero growth for an entire working class sector. It wasn’t labour unions, it was competition.   It was the beginning of the end for small mom and pop stores as big money swirled in and created the mega markets replete with cheap Chinese products.   One stop shop – save time – buy more – charge it!  Of course free trade wasn’t actually ‘free’ – tariffs were imposed over every market and those tariffs were not equal, hence trade imbalance began simultaneously. Despite being advised to not lower tariff’s, Reagan did anyway, no other country followed suit, and the US deficit spiraled out of control while China and the EU laughed.

And over the course of 50 years, not one president was willing to fix trade to make it truly ‘free’ – as in no tariffs.   Trump offered zero tariff trade with Germany, the EU, Canada, and Mexico – the EU and Germany declined.

  1. Technology Revolution.   While no one wants to sensor technology or squelch it, it has vast ramifications on income and labor and it can take a generation or more to catch up.   It creates bubbles of wealth for people that have no real philanthropic bent other than to funnel their wealth into tax avoidance foundations. Technology advancement also alienates a class of people who don’t have the ability or wherewithal to create an entirely new career or expertise. As such, they move ‘down’ the ladder.
  2. Education.   In Europe it is accepted that not everyone attends college, in fact the percentage is relatively small.   The US proposes that everyone is ‘entitled’ to a college degree because that enables them to make more money…   Really?   A degree in Art, or Language, of Philosophy, or Communications is really a non-degree and yet they are the most prolific.   While Germany has the right idea, they make it a communist dictatorial determination instead of a choice.   Germany stresses specific technology or trade certifications in lieu of college.   The stigma of not being a college graduate is mitigated, and a specialized trade is facilitated. The number of college graduates in Germany is roughly 20%, compared to the US rate of 34%. But what happens after graduating is more important.   And that is where a middle class is created.
  1. Taxes.   A touchy subject to be sure but when the 1%ers are paying the same rate after deductions as the average household, obviously this is not a true progressive system – and is likely meaningless with the exception of those on the cusp of moderately higher incomes being squeezed.

How do you keep the billionaires in the US if the Tax Man is going to up the ante?

Technically speaking, despite the US calling itself a Republic, it truly is a Monarchy with totalitarian bits and pieces.   The billionaires are the monarchs, and everyone else, the peasants, are left to scramble in order to eek a living.   In the US we’ve simply eliminated the terminology and replaced it with alternate terms that effect the same result – Monarchial rule.

The Bolsheviks assassinated the Tzar of Russia and his entire family because according to socialist history books, the peasants claimed an uprising due to wealth inequality.   But the Bolsheviks simply instituted their own version of Monarchial rule under the guise of Communism, the faces of the rulers changed, and money shifted hands.

This ‘shift’ is what the Socialists in the US are hedging for in order to make the Marxist totalitarian state – complete.  This is our fight!

Billionaires have two obvious qualities:  ; 1. They like to spend money on lavish things that only they can afford and, 2. They like power.

So if you are going to keep your billionaires you have to be willing to concede either power or taxes.  Painful.

Ultimately, today,  in order to reduce income inequality one measure that Trump is vehemently pursuing is scaling back tariff differentials. Another is Sovereign sustainability.

While taxes were an initial consideration, the US system is so convoluted at this point it is near impossible to scrap the entire tax structure and recreate a true progressive flat tax – unless by EO.

When Trump is re-elected, Education could be the next transformation.   Reducing federal funding of universities and redirecting that funding toward technical and trade schooling would not only eliminate the socialist indoctrination, it would secure a greater number of students toward an attainable job market sophistication. Ultimately lifting the whiners out of media attention and forcing universities to rethink their curriculum methodology and their current superfluous degree programs.

Because today, in America, you can have a bachelors degree, $150,000 student debt, and be qualified to work as a hamburger flipper.

Like Climate Change, history reveals valuable insight.  Sometimes it is necessary to research a bit more aggressively – instead of simply trying to find the history that fits an agenda.   Putting the pieces together means Trump cannot accomplish this alone.  It means redirecting all the hate filled memes and  criticism toward a viable solution.   And then, there is TRUTH.

Is America Growing… or Declining Like Rome?

Is America growing or decling like Rome?

41BC, after the assassination of Julius Caesar, the Roman empire went through explosive growth. Why?

Caesar’s hand-picked successor was his nephew, Octavian. As most school children learn, Octavian attacked the renegade general Marc Antony, main squeeze of Cleopatra, took control of northern Africa and expanded his empire. But why was Egypt so important?

Octavian was named Augustus in 37BC,

but in that year, Rome had already sent 100 ships to the Red Sea. The Red Sea lanes gave the Romans a shortcut to the Arabian sea, Indian ocean and the Silk Road.

Silk wasn’t the only thing Rome imported from Asia,

though it was probably the most important. They also imported chemicals, (fragrances, embalming fluids, etc.) spices, ivory but most critical to Rome’s armies, steel.

For something to be important as an import, it must be either not available or expensive in the importer’s country, and this was especially true of silk and steel. To be sure, the Romans had silk, but to the Chinese, silk was the basis of much of their economy. After 2,000 years of minute advancements, they had refined the manufacturing process to the point where hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of Chinese laborers were cranking out thousands of tons per year of extremely high-quality fabric that no one else in the world could replicate.

In steel, the process was even more acute. 

Roman steel was largely wrought iron, which is a low carbon form, molded into shape by heating and beating. Its low carbon content made it weak, heavy and brittle. Chinese steel could be cast into forms that were flexible, lighter and did not as easily break.

For the Romans, though, what was most important was not steel or silk, but something hardly mentioned in the texts. Branch banking.

To an empire, what you want is not important; what’s important is what you can buy. Rome could never have conquered China and taken its silk and steel. They had to buy it and to do that; they had to not only have money but move it.

Regardless of how powerful a country is, shipping gold across the seas is dangerous and expensive. The Romans, like the Greeks and Jews, solved this by using their temples as banks. Banks took in deposits and issued notes, promises written on paper in lieu of gold. If a person wanted or needed gold, they could have it, just as one who needs cash can get it from a bank, but if they don’t need it, it stays in the bank in their account. This meant the Romans did not need to continually ship gold to finance trade or construction, two things that require large amounts of money.

The Romans protected their temples with armies,

which was why locals kept their money there, but the real beauty of the steel and silk trade was Rome’s ability to tax it. The import taxes on steel and silk were as high as 25%, and the cost of these in the empire was staggering. It’s been estimated that a single bolt of Chinese silk may have cost the equivalent of 8 years of Roman wages. This gave the Romans the ability to create something that didn’t exist in 37BC. A standing army financed by wages and not plunder. Plunder may be a cheap way to finance a war, but you must keep finding new plunder.

In many ways, Bill Clinton, unwittingly, became the Octavian of his time…

though Octavian was a general and Clinton a draft dodger. Clinton’s claim to fame, (or infamy, as it may turn out) was to set the banks free. By eliminating Glass-Steagall and changing banking regulations, he set in motion a chain of events that led us to where we are today. A nation with a mammoth military financed through taxing and borrowing against trade.

Is this good or bad for America?

Like the weather, this is impossible to predict. On the one hand, the US has borrowed rivers of money. On the other, that river has bought us quite a lot. Aside from too many houses too many bars and too many malls, America has something else no one seems to notice. A gargantuan university system.
In Roman times, all roads led to Rome. The same is true here. 9 of the top 10 universities in the world and 35 of the top 50 are in the USA. Of course, you can get an education from a book, but that’s hardly the point.

A few years back, I lived inside the triangle engulfed by three universities, Harvard, MIT, and Tufts.

If you think of these institutions as places you get an education, you’re missing half the story. Harvard college is small, but its graduate school is enormous. The same is true of MIT and Tufts. The level of research going on in this triangle is staggering, and if you think it’s because of “American exceptionalism,” think again. The top students in these universities, as well as many of the professors, are from nearly every country on earth. As my daughter aptly put it when I asked her how many of her classmates in chemistry class at Wellesley were American, she said, “Just me and Eileen.”
To put this in its true perspective, America has 1,400 colleges and universities. The amount of money flowing through is probably higher than the GDP of 80% of the world’s nations. The amount of research being produced is hard to fathom, much less control.

Our Universities may be on the cusp of replacing what for 20,000 years has defined nations. Resources.

They are close to making oil obsolete. The effect on the USA is hard to fathom. Even though the price of computing has fallen by a factor of 3,000 in the last 20 years, the prices of oil and coal, on inflation-adjusted terms, have barely budged in the last 80 years. As Bill Gates once said, if the cost of transportation fell as fast as the cost of computing, you’d be able to buy a jet for what it used to cost for a neck-tie.

This has led to a one to one relationship between energy use and GDP growth. Imagine if this ratio changed by a factor of not 3,000, but just two. Imagine going from using 100 million barrels per day of oil to 50 million? It’s almost impossible to fathom. An electric car uses one-fifth the fossil fuel a gas or diesel powered auto uses. The US has 250 million vehicles!

The same is true of farmland, copper, and steel. We may be within a couple of decades of a family being able to produce almost everything they need to eat in their basements using as much energy as is created by a couple of hours on an exercise bike. In just the last two years, seed technology has raised some crop yields by 20% using the same soil and less fertilizer. Vegetables can already be grown in warehouses and can compete on a price basis with those shipped in from Mexico and sold in Walmart.

We’re close to being able to diagnose illnesses with a cell phone and where you can make love with your spouse that is 3,000 miles away in a hotel bed. We’re a decade away from being able to sit in a room and have a conversation with Einstein and your long-deceased grandmother.

Why is this important? For all of our history, the world has been ruled by empires, from the Romans to the Ottomans, the Han to the Ming, the British Empire to the USA. Imagine a world where everything you need is at your fingertips. Imagine a world where Empires no longer matter.

Is the USA declining, or, as in the case of Dinosaurs, are we becoming smaller and more sustainable?