CHINA Colonization of US: Clinton Initiates US Communism

China seems to be regurgitating the same narrative dystopia as US liberal media outlets.   Claiming that all China’s woes are the result of the US and specifically President Trump, China is facing off against Indonesia, The Philippines, and India as it pushes for greater and greater territorial sovereignty.   Of course, it could be that recognizing that the agenda for colonizing the US may fail and their need for land and fresh water supplies grows infinitely more paramount for survival – could be provocation and thus the fault of Trump as he fights for America!

Despite the obvious corruption and massive deception of infiltration, theft, and communist agenda within the US, Russia continues to support the capital a China alliance might offer.   Short sighted at best, Russia would seem to be favoring ignorance while putting their country at risk for a return to Soviet failure and poverty.

Still courting the EU, China theft of intellectual property still not addressed and leaves a wall of distrust that is not likely to be breached in the immediate timeline. But the EU, Germany in particular, was quick to turn to stone when President Trump called for equality in trade tariffs, so finding a common ground amidst a China that has proven to be devastating to the American economy could be the EU’s final disastrous Fall and Fail.

Trade between the EU and China has now resulted in a 185 billion Euro ($217.5 billion) deficit and rises each year as imports/exports reflect a 10% imbalance.   Given this pattern has continued for two decades, Europe faces a declining economy and a lack of leadership worthy of making the necessary corrections.

According to The Peterson Institute there are three main ways in which the US deficit could be reduced:   1.   Tax imports,   2.   Devalue the dollar, and  3.   Encourage greater savings and less consumption by citizens.

While many ‘non-partisan organizations’ claim that the trade deficit is nothing too concerning given it will automatically correct itself, the reality is much more detrimental. The deficit has NOT corrected in over 40 years of sustained and growing debt.   And China’s world dominance has grown significantly to the detriment of US household income while aggressively pushing consumption.

What triggered unsustainable American consumption?

Globalization.

Access to markets and resources is in direct conflict with control of resources and markets.   Advertising, media, and pundits slay the American people daily with a brutal allay of goods that we must have, products we must have, and events that create new demand for ‘gifts’ that we must have.   Retailers typically earn 75% of their annual revenue during holiday gift consumption – particularly Christmas.   But each year a new event is created to encourage even more consumption practices.

Reversing this trend means making goods more expensive.   Unattainable.   But that could expand the gap between the 1%ers and divide the people further.

In 2009, Peter Schiff stated that the US deficit in China could only be reversed by diluting the US dollar which would increase inflation.   Leaning toward gold as the means, today Schiff is capitalizing on just that statement despite it being 11 years ago…

While gold has gone up about 50% during the last 11 years, it hit a peak in 1980 at roughly $2200 per ounce, and tanked to a low of $380 in 2000.   The lift of gold again in 2001 directly corresponds to the rising China Trade Deficit.     At the same time, China’s GDP in 1980 was $.3 trillion.   Today their GDP has catapulted to $14.2 trillion. Coincidence?   Hardly.

Real GDP growth for China hit a peak of 15.2% in 1984 and then fell dramatically 1989 and 1990 before rising double digits again most years.   By comparison, the US has marked growth rates of 2% and 3% which are considered good markers…

In 1992 the US signed a bilateral trade agreement with China that was hinged on human rights.   In 1993, Clinton signed an Executive Order that altered the way trade could be executed.   Without Clinton’s EO trade tariffs could be imposed upwards of 40% if China did not live up to human rights conventions. Clinton removed this condition by bypassing Congressional review and reverting this power exclusively to the Secretary of State.   Warren Christopher, Madeleine Albright, Collin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Hillary Clinton and John Kerry were successive Secretary’s tasked with auditing China’s trade stance.

Jiang Zemin was the President of China during a relatively fast-tracked transition in 1993.   Zemin and Clinton considered themselves allies despite the Marxist doctrine and the affinity upheld for Mao. And thus began the decline and Fall of the US.   By 2000, Clinton solidified the fall of the US by signing a normalized trade agreement with China which allowed China permanent status as a normal trade ally and gave them access to engage/buy WHO just in time for Bill Gates to move in.

It was around the mid 1990’s that Bill Gates and Warren Buffett became infatuated with all things China having made numerous trips and treks through the country.   By 2000, their influence was well entrenched as they promised vast wealth, power, and colonization of America.

Of course, as with all elites, money was never the sole motive, power and control also served their aspirations. And China handed them the baton. Xi Jinping solidified that power conquest for the Rothschild Agenda and the rest is “History”.

CHINA Trade War – Unraveled

Communist China – is telling the EU to come together and work against the US in the trade war that is rapidly escalating…   Germany now wants to be acting mediator to resolve the conflict on behalf of China and the US.   And while Germany appears to agree that China has had an unfair advantage for years – and everyone was afraid to do anything – they still negotiate from a position of fear, instead of rationale.  Which is why we are in this situation to begin with.

It’s like playing Chess without a Queen or King…  what’s the point?

The deficit trade with China has been ignored for decades and now we have a President willing to narrow that gap, but the EU is still curled up in a ball of fear and ‘what ifs’.

It is a bizarre mentality that is willing to continually erode trade out of fear of retaliation when the continued spiral will only grow steadily until China is the wealthiest country – and global control has been attained.  It is the race between the ‘tortoise and the hare’.   In the end, if the EU was a bit more observant they might see that a positive result could occur wherein trade between the US and the EU could heighten leaving China on the outside…   In other words, trade would simply ‘shift’.

The US is not alone in its trade deficit with China.  The EU deficit is also a significant number hitting over $175 billion in 2016 comprised mostly of ‘industrial products including machinery, transport and appliances.  Exports have tripled since 2006 rising from roughly 60 billion to 160 billion, while imports have risen from about 195 billion to 350 billion.   Trade with the US is considerably more with the US exporting valued at $501 billion and imports at $592 billion.  The EU thus has a surplus with the US of roughly $92 billion.

Seems a rather logical conclusion that trade with the US is much more valuable than China.  Trade with the US could grow to cover any deficiencies with China, and everyone would be happy… except China.

While the US and China trade with the EU are overall relatively neck-and-neck, the US provides a surplus.  The question remains, do you, the EU, support a Communist state or a Democratic state?

China is the largest export economy in the world generating a $736 billion surplus.   Its main exports include:  computers, broadcasting equipment, telephones, circuits and light fixtures.   Top imports are:  circuits, oil, gold and iron ore.   The US is its largest export partner and Hong Kong is its largest import partner.

From a purely business standpoint, the numbers put China on the defensive.

The argument is the fact that China holds the key in their ownership of US Treasuries which currently stands at roughly 7% of total US debt.   What is not so widely discussed is the fact that during the Obama administration, China quietly divested 97% of its US holdings.  Of the $14,34 trillion of US government debt, $4,64 trillion was intragovernmental, meaning that the government borrows from one pocket to give to another pocket. Sort of the classic Ponzi Scheme we put people in jail for.

A shell game of ‘guess where the money  is’ is how the government has routinely claimed that Social Security is funded – albeit by ‘debt’.  Debt for which there is no return because we continue to operate at a deficit in trade and spending!

Because that’s the game of how to destroy the US and gain global power.

So what Trump is doing is trying to unravel that absolute destructive mess decades of corrupt Presidents have created at the behest of the global elite.   And it won’t be fun, and it won’t be pretty, and sometimes it will hurt, but from an economic standpoint it is the ONLY solution.