Dr. Sebastian Gorka Discusses New Geo-Political Alliances with Brian Kilmeade…

Are people beginning to catch on? Are people beginning to identify the long-ball strategy of a non-traditional approach toward geo-political alliances?

Apparently, some are – because North Korea is not happy with the heavy pressure coming from Big Panda, China.  As identified within this radio interview between Dr. Gorka and Brian Kilmeade…


I don’t want to say, I told you so but:

Perhaps it’s because the complexity is difficult to distill; maybe it’s because some just can’t give President Trump any credit; or perhaps it’s because the scope is too challenging to comprehend against the constant belittlement meme du jour. Regardless of reason, President Trump is fundamentally realigning international geo-political alliances and almost no-one is connecting the dots.

President Trump obviously held a long-ball strategy with the Chinese; he’s described the approach in his books and lived the approach in his business life:

At the outset, position yourself at the furthest oppositional point when it costs you nothing; then leverage inward toward your opponent as they expend their resources to meet your stance.

Almost no-one is noting the scope of what President Trump has accomplished simply by positioning himself at the furthest extreme from the best interests of China, and then working his leverage back toward dual-interests as the Chinese expend capital to meet the point of mutual benefit.

President Trump has expended nothing other than his sheer will, and yet he has leveraged gains that are jaw-droppingly consequential.

♦ What’s the goal of identifying China as a currency manipulator? To stop China from manipulating currency, right? Well, arm-chair opposition says President Trump has reversed his position simply by ‘not doing something’. However, that opposition doesn’t seem to acknowledge the end-goal of the labeling has been achieved without expending an effort. The doing is unnecessary when merely the threat of the doing changes the behavior of the doer.

In two days, April 6th and April 7th, President Trump met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. What actions has President Trump taken, other than ‘not’ doing something, and what actions has President Xi Jinping taken?

At the outset, position yourself at the furthest oppositional point when it costs you nothing, and leverage inward toward your opponent as they expend their resources to meet your stance.

Think about this when considering the consequences:

♦ China agrees to the framework of a 100 day outline to assemble the trade way-points for renegotiated bi-lateral trade deals.

What did that action cost Trump?

♦ For the first time ever, China did not support Russia in a U.N. Security Council veto vote surrounding Syria. China abstained.

What did that action cost Trump?

♦ China turned around 12 fully loaded cargo ships laden with imported coal from North Korea. 400,000 metric tonnes refused unloading. China begins an embargo against North Korean coal. China begins importing coking coal for steel-making from the U.S. coal mines.

What did that action cost Trump?

♦ Additionally, in furtherance of economic sanctions – China halts oil exports to North Korea.

What did that action cost Trump?

♦ Additionally, in furtherance of political isolation – China halts direct flights between Beijing, China and Pyongyang, North Korea.

What did that action cost Trump?

♦ And in the most stunning seismic shift of geo-political alliances, China says it is now open to discussions of a denuclearized North Korea, meaning getting rid of N-Korean nukes, WITHOUT N-Korea being included in the talks. Hello? China, the United States, Japan, Russia and South Korea discussing how to de-nuke North Korea. (A new Marshal Plan of sorts)

What did that action cost Trump?

See how this works? What affirmative action did President Trump have to take in order to get China to move toward the position of mutual benefit?

Answer: None!

Foolish people think President Trump doesn’t know what he’s doing. Again:

…Position yourself at the furthest oppositional point when it costs you nothing, and leverage inward toward your opponent as they expend their resources to meet the position of mutual benefit…

To gain all of the aforementioned action, massive benefits in U.S. interests, President Trump has done what?

“Not” labeling China as a currency manipulator is not affirmative action. It is actually the absence of action; POTUS Trump is not doing something. President Trump positioned himself at the furthest oppositional point during the election, and immediately thereafter.

He staked out this position with an intention to leverage action toward his needs.

The affirmative action President Trump is doing, very publicly, is complimenting the friendship he has begun with Xi Jinping; and praising President Xi for his character, warmth and leadership.

To build upon that mutually beneficial friendship – President Trump seeded the background by appointing Ambassador Terry Branstad, a 30-year personal friend of President Xi Jinping.

To enhance and amplify the friendship and personal respect – U.S. President Trump used Mar-a-Lago as the venue for their visit, not the White House. And President Trump’s beautiful granddaughter, Arabella, sweetly serenaded the Chinese First Family in Mandarin Chinese song showing the utmost respect for the honored guests.

Unfortunately most people are unfamiliar with the severity of Chinese tradition as it relates to family and respect. However, these gestures are intensely well received. Russia’s Vladimir Putin can deliver nothing even remotely comparable to the charm of the granddaughter of the U.S. President singing for President Xi and his wife in their native tongue.

Do not underestimate the value of these gestures and how it was perceived by the recipients as personal respect – far above the level of traditional political respect which would be customary during such encounters. President Trump made this visit personal, and his words after the meeting were all personal, not positional.

Whether or not people want to give President Trump credit for the approach, no-one should be able to challenge the outcomes all listed above.

Grandfather President Trump has highlighted Grandfather President Xi as a person, not a political figure. Trump sets the relationship as personal, and with mutual human benefit.

One thing is certain, North Korea will NOT make any hostile action toward the U.S. because President Trump has elevated President Xi to a role beyond politics in the words highlighted within Chinese media. The panda fur has not only been stroked perfectly, it has been elevated in its own magnanimity without even so much as a bow.

As a consequence it would now be a matter of personal disrespect for North Korea’s Kim Jung-un to take hostile action toward the U.S. President who has exhibited such personal respect to the regional Goliath.

Three things appear odd:

  • #1) How no-one amid almost all media can see how effective this approach by President Trump has been; and
  • #2) Nothing has been expended in order to achieve these remarkable results; and
  • #3) Accepting all of the above, Donald Trump has planned this out for a long, long time.

Oh, Hai..

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178 Responses to Dr. Sebastian Gorka Discusses New Geo-Political Alliances with Brian Kilmeade…

  1. M33 says:

    Brilliantly clear as always, Sundance.

    I recommend your site to many folks once the fog begins to lift from their eyes during discussions supplemented by your excellent analyses.

    Mahalo for being the ONLY reliably credible information source for news that matters!

    Liked by 66 people

    • Wend says:

      Beautiful fat panda-I want to stroke the fur!

      Liked by 2 people

    • JC says:

      Outstanding, SD. I marvel at President Trump’s brilliance and gracious warmth, and I marvel at your astute and thorough analysis and exposition. Thank you so much.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Garrison Hall says:

      And the chattering classes continue to convince themselves that Trump is mentally deficient, certainly light years away from their self-validating mutual admiration cliques.
      Meanwhile, Trump runs circles around them. Scheech. Those idiots must think the DC Kabuki theater is for real.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Unclezeb says:

      One word……..Damnnn nnnnn

      Liked by 2 people

    • miketrivi says:

      Sundance’s no Barney.


    • Bill Clinton called Obama an amateur, Trump proves he was an amateur and Sundance explains how amateurish he was compared to Pres Trump.


      • filia.aurea says:

        There’s no comparison between Barry and PDJT. O’B couldn’t even identify the chessboard, let alone see a path through N.K.’s “nucular gnat” role, curbing China’s manipulation of the yuan, their precarious positioning in relation to the WTO’s trade rules, incessant unauthorized duplication of U.S. intellectual property, and a host of other human rights violations, including mandatory organ donation.

        Uninhibited respect and deference to China’s cultural fabric has shown PDJT to be a man due the presidential position he occupies. The Syrian false flag, however distasteful, was timed effectively to round out a full measure of our President’s character. Hopefully the mutual respect will hold fast, and pave the way for the South China Sea deliberations which are still to come.


    • wondering999 says:

      Agree with M33. Also want to add… China has an ancient, and different culture, but respect for family is the way it *used to be* here, also.

      I don’t grovel before Chinese culture. However, I frequently watch China Television along with my elderly client, and much of it appears with subtitles (although drats, often the English is so low on the screen that I can’t decipher it. Should anyone from CCTV happen across this message, some of the most interesting shows are the most frustrating because of the subtitle problem!)

      The values being broadcast on CCTV are positive: persistence, hard work, respect for family and elders; essentially, all the Puritan values that I grew up with and respect from my own background. Bottom line, fellow citizens: if you haven’t ditched cable, you wouldn’t suffer by letting your children or grandchildren watch CCTV. It’s a lot more wholesome than the current stew of depressing sewage so often pumped on the American channels


  2. Charlie says:

    Adding #4 please
    No one seems to be interested in world leaders hunger for the United States to lead.

    Liked by 34 people

  3. Minnie says:

    Indeed!! Mr. Trump is the grand master.

    We love OUR President!!


    Liked by 20 people

    • Fe says:

      It is breath taking what he has accomplished, our President never ceases to amaze me.

      It is a 100 fold blessing that we have Sundance who can clearly articulate the long ball strategy being played out.

      Liked by 15 people

      • MK says:

        one must ask…why couldn’t this been accomplished in the preceding 8-12-16 years? Reason would say, because past elected representatives of the people have no clue.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Paco Loco says:

          The others were never “their own man” . Clinton, the Bushes and Obama were all “owned” by special interests who got them elected so their donors would get a payback.

          Liked by 1 person

        • piper567 says:

          MK, ^^^, they want no clue, either…the only thing this scum cares about is lining their pockets implementing the intentions of those lining their pockets.
          TRUMP has lined his own pockets. a totally new thing to most…
          TRUMP is acting within the realm of those who have been the masters of our Congress, accomplishing these stunning actions with no role for the puny little congressfolk. They are eating his dust.
          I believe he will find a way to a) get Congress off the dime, and 2) put an end to Judicial treachery.
          Then, look out for that TRAIN!
          Thank You God for the Miracle of Election 2016!

          Liked by 1 person

  4. Dr. Gorka is in my opinion, another “little friend” wolverine of Trump. Brilliant man and quite witty and quick.
    Also…LOVE that waving panda! This time I put my coffee down when I saw the word “China” cautious of what might be coming next 🙂

    Liked by 27 people

  5. fred5678 says:

    MSM, Democrats, and 99% of the public think Colbert is THE expert on POTUS Trump.

    Meanwhile, a 5D chess game is going on the Oval Office – in plain sight, but yet invisible to all except a few .. curious, indeed.

    Take a deep bow, Sundance.

    Scott Adams sees this in terms of Master Persuader evidence.

    Liked by 15 people

  6. Publius2016 says:

    A Lifetime Building buildings and relationships is what our President does. He is showing us how to win. Common Courtesy, mutual respect and peace. Once we agree on NK, we will sit down again for further business. Hope a true Peace accord can be signed within President Trump’s first term!

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  7. sundance says:

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  8. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Trump could walk on the water, and all you’d hear from his opposition is that; “It’s because he can’t swim.”

    Liked by 24 people

    • Weeper says:

      Or he could be the President, and all you hear from the opposition is that “It’s because of Russia.” 😉

      Liked by 5 people

    • nontroll says:

      “Regardless of reason, President Trump is fundamentally realigning international geo-political alliances and almost no-one is connecting the dots.”

      I think Sundance is giving the media too much credit. No-one is connecting the dots for two reasons:
      1) It does not fit their political agenda
      2) Even if it did fit their bias, not very many of them are smart enough to connect the dots.
      I’ve seen this all my life. Sundance is a VERY smart guy. It’s almost a version of self-projection that he assumes that if he can see it – others can too. It’s not a character flaw, it’s actually being subconsciously charitable (lol)

      Liked by 11 people

      • fred2w says:

        You’re dead on, especially on Point 2.

        On that note,I followed an interesting thread at Black Conservatives for Truth (Facebook Group) about April Ryan, Sean Spicer’s sparring partner. In the thread, it was sad seeing a liberal try to dodge the reality that she’s not very bright and only wins reporter awards because she is part of a victim class.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Trish in Southern Illinois says:

      No, they would say he pissed his pants.

      Liked by 1 person

  9. So many stupid people, so few minutes to point them out ……

    Liked by 7 people

  10. A2 says:

    Sundance, unless that panda is Japanese, he was saying ‘wei’ (喂). 😀

    Liked by 4 people

    • A2 says:

      Even better, the panda was saying. 你吃了吗?(Have you eaten?) and the President would answer, 吃了, 呢 你? (I’ve eaten, and you?), then offer the bear the ‘most beautiful piece of chocolate cake’.

      Liked by 9 people

      • nontroll says:

        Sorry to seem obtuse, but I don’t understand the chocolate cake reference I’ve been seeing so much of lately.

        Liked by 1 person

        • El Torito says:

          When Trump met with Xi, they were having “the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake” (in the words of DJT) when the decision was made to lob 59 missiles on Syria over the chemical attacks.

          Liked by 6 people

        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Nontroll, while entertaining Xi at Mar-a-lago, President Trump provided a steak dinner. It was during dessert, “a big, beautiful, piece of chocolate cake” said our President that he excused himself, gave the order to launch the Tomahawks at Syria, returned to the cake and let Xi know what had happened.

          Liked by 2 people

          • LoveofUSA says:

            And all timed to the minute-just like the master chess player would do.
            “I just tomahawked Syria 59 times. Would you like a big, beautiful piece of chocolate cake?”
            I Love It!

            Liked by 3 people

        • ecmarsh says:

          Big Xi (She) was honored with a lovely slice of chocolate cake.
          Mitt was honored with garlic soup and frog legs.

          Liked by 3 people

          • nontroll says:

            Good God – Is garlic soup really a thing?

            Liked by 1 person

            • ecmarsh says:

              It might go with frog legs. Not sure but, I don’t want either.
              I would like a slice of the chocolate cake.

              Liked by 4 people

            • AmericaFirst says:

              nontroll, I climbed a mountain in the High Tatras once, in Slovakia, and sat down to such an incredibly delicious bowl of garlic soup that everyone had to wait for me before we descended (they were concerned because of dusk arriving) because I ordered a second bowl! I’ve tried to replicate the recipe since, unsuccessfully.

              Liked by 3 people

              • paulinfl says:

                A lot of times replication is impossible due to the local water conditions. For example: The taste of a Philly cheese steak is near impossible to duplicate due to minerals in the local water.


                • joninmd22 says:

                  In Maryland a philly cheese steak is impossible to replicate because they insist on lettuce, tomatoes, and mayo.

                  Culinary blasphemy at its highest. 🙀


              • nontroll says:

                I know what you mean about replicating a recipe. I am a pizza aficionado and love to sample the local wares. The best pizza I have ever eaten was from a little Mom and Pop shack (take-out only) in Sandusky, Ohio in the early 80’s. It was beside the railroad tracks down near the waterfront loading docks. The pizza was to die for and I can still taste it. There is also a pizza shop in Lake Mary, Florida called “Flippers” that does great pies. An option they have is cheddar cheese – INCREDIBLE what it does to the taste of a pizza!


            • svenwg says:

              Yes, a very tasty soup at that. Frog legs taste like chicken, but are on the small side so it takes a few to fill ones back teeth, 😂.

              Liked by 1 person

          • A2 says:

            And not the ‘intellectual’ ones. 😀

            Liked by 2 people

          • SEJMON says:

            ECMARSH-But it did work- since dinner Mitten is shut up….we hope it will work on McST*IN & GRAHAM……


          • nontroll says:

            I saw that interview. What’s funny is I was listening so intently for the important parts, my mind completely glossed over the “big, beautiful piece of cake”. Weird, huh?

            Liked by 1 person

      • Curry Worsham says:

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  11. litlbit2 says:

    I wonder every day how great life for the American people would be if the GOPe, DNC, Ryan, McConnell and Msm would for once try to be Americans.
    After reading Sundance it also seems the above are destroying themselves daily. Therefore only a matter of time before they will no longer matter.

    More popcorn, we have a leader!

    Liked by 11 people

    • El Torito says:

      Trump is sinking the S.S. Uniparty 1 pinhole at a time. By the time they realize they are taking on too much water it will be too late and they won’t have the ability to stop the leak because it will be coming from a million pinholes everywhere. MAGA 1 pinhole at a time…

      Liked by 10 people

  12. fedback says:

    Ivanka’s daughter Arabella is mentioned in this brillant article. We should also remember that Ivanka is a role model for young women in China, she is a superstar in China

    Liked by 11 people

  13. janc1955 says:

    Another great explainer, SD! (Oh, hai! LOL! Love me some panda bears!)

    PDJT has accomplished with smarts, planning, negotiating savvy, warmth, charm, and respect, what BHO could never have accomplished no matter how far he bent over, nor how much money he spent.

    The mere IDEA that the USA must appease, apologize, kiss azz, and send money to any other country to develop mutually beneficial relationships is not only extremely offensive, it’s counterproductive.

    Liked by 9 people

  14. Weeper says:

    PDJT is surrounding himself with good people, and making some important “friendships”.

    He’s developing quite a menagerie…Cats (big ones and Suspicious ones), a T-Rex, wolverines, pandas, and dogs. Of course they must navigate around the opposition. The Rinos, Hippos, jackasses, snakes, weasels, and cucarachas.

    I’m glad to be on the team with a Lion as it’s leader!!!

    MAGA!!!! 🦁

    Liked by 18 people

  15. Coldeadhands says:

    Ahhh, the mental relief of a results oriented POTUS. Sooo many posers for so long.
    Hence forth, we have a yardstick for the office.

    Liked by 5 people

  16. fred5678 says:

    When N Korea, Syria, ISIS, border and illegal immigration, economy all show overwhelming evidence of improvement in the coming months and years, what will late night comedians talk about ???

    Liked by 1 person

    • mw says:

      That chocolate chips are racist, potato chips are promoting Irish nationalism, and that the Russians caused both. There is no end to their madness

      Liked by 4 people

    • In the olden days, comedians tended to tell jokes. Actual jokes. Or talk about their family and their crazy antics.

      Of course the “comedians” of today are nothing more than propagandists working for mind control poseurs.

      Liked by 1 person

      • iswhatitis says:

        –> “Of course the “comedians” of today are nothing more than propagandists working for mind control poseurs.”

        I know, right – sometimes it seems like all of the entertainment industry is a giant Leftist propaganda machine.

        One comedian I like is Brian Regan – he’s KID SAFE (in both language and topics) and tells pretty funny observations about things – and NOT politics or agendas.

        give a try.. 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

    • G. Combs says:

      How HORRIBLE ‘Not MY President’ Trump is and ‘Love TRUMPS Hate’ (actually saw that bumper sticker yesterday.)

      Trump could give a million in gold to every adult American and the Yellow Stream Media would still whine.

      Liked by 1 person

  17. Joe Blow says:


    Feel free to use this whenever the mood strikes.

    Liked by 5 people

  18. fedback says:

    Gorka reminds us that media is not only fake news but Very fake news

    Liked by 11 people

  19. MVW says:

    “the charm of the granddaughter of the U.S. President singing for President Xi and his wife in their native tongue.

    Do not underestimate the value of these gestures and how it was perceived by the recipients as personal respect – far above the level of traditional political respect which would be customary during such encounters. President Trump made this visit personal, and his words after the meeting were all personal, not positional.”

    Respect is never faked. Respect faked is an insult. Trump actually respects China and their leader. And respect from a fool, or a wimp, a scoundrel, a liar, a coward, a loser, an untested man, etc, is worthless. How did China make Obama deplane from Airforce 1?

    Never believe that Trump expended no capital, Trump expended a lifetime of capital to earn the respect Xi showed him. And, for China, North Korea is an expense, a drag, a problem now and a worse one in the future. What Trump is doing is helping China out of their problem. You just have to understand reality.

    China owes Trump for helping them with North Korea. Obama couldn’t because an empty suit carries no weight. Trump is the heavyweight. Tillerson can only be TRex because Trump is not an empty suit.

    Liked by 14 people

    • MVW says:

      Firing the missiles and dropping the MOAB bomb only means Trump is in charge of the military. The healthcare bill win in the House and nomination of Justice Gorsuch in the Senate means Trump has mastered the politics of his own party which is the majority party. These are two critical phases.

      The treatment of the oppositional press, Dickerson, with impunity, means Trump has dominance over his only serious opposition.

      The win over the Circuit Courts is next.

      One key piece after another is falling into place. The biggest, the major piece will be getting a handle on the Rogue part of the CIA and its contractors.

      Cold Anger needs to be replaced with Cool at Winning. We can’t be the lottery winning fool that blows his wad in overheated stupidity. Winning with Dignity.

      Liked by 7 people

    • calbear84 says:

      And let’s not forget the invaluable contribution of Melania Trump, who made Mrs. Xi’s trip to the USA unforgettable.

      Liked by 6 people

    • nontroll says:

      Great analysis!


    • Coldeadhands says:

      POTUS gives unreservedly. He does however, expect some sort of reciprocity. That’s genuine diplomacy positioned from strength. Trump is no chump!

      Liked by 2 people

  20. sDee says:

    Damn fine reading!

    Liked by 1 person

  21. littlebird160 says:

    One more time. (This is such an appropriate quote):
    All men can see these tactics whereby I conquer, but what none can see is the strategy out of which victory is evolved.
    Sun Tzu

    Do you think, perhaps, POTUS is a student of Sun Tzu? Me thinks so.

    Liked by 8 people

    • El Torito says:

      I’ve always felt that Sun Tzu is mostly good old common sense which DJT has in abundance.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Curry Worsham says:

      The title of his book would indicate that.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Eris says:

      Donald Trump: Business students should read Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War”

      Back in school, I spent time studying wars and their impact on where we are today in civilization. That’s a big assignment and I’m by no means an expert, but it is worth spending some time to know how and why we are where we are today.

      One book that I would suggest to you, because it is valuable for business and managerial strategies, is “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu. This was apparently written in the sixth century BC and is a study of military strategy. It may sound like an unusual business school recommendation, but believe me, it isn’t. It’s valuable and worth your time.

      By comparison, another famed book is Machiavelli’s The Prince, which is more about political conflict and qualities necessary for leadership than war or business, but its emphasis on power becomes a negative factor. Ethics and integrity seem to get lost somewhere in the shuffle, and therefore the word Machiavellian has become a pejorative term. It’s a better use of your time to read “The Art of War.”

      Source: Think Like a Champion, by Donald Trump, p. 33 Apr 27, 2010

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  22. littlebird160 says:

    Okay, I couldn’t resist. Here’s another one:
    The general who advances without coveting fame and retreats without fearing disgrace, whose only thought is to protect his country and do good service for his sovereign, is the jewel of the kingdom. Sun Tzu

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  23. cyn3wulf says:

    “How no-one amid almost all media can see how effective this approach by President Trump has been…”

    It’s because most of them can’t see it. As Scot Adams would say, they’re watching a different movie than you are. In their movie, Trump is potentially getting us into a nuclear war with N. Korea. He is like a bumbling Hitler in one of those WW2 era cartoons, both a dunce and fiendishly dangerous at the same time. If they see any of his accomplishments at all, they’ll chalk it up to the broken clock being right twice a day. The Left is in a sad way right now because the movie they are watching is constantly inducing stress, fear, and anger.

    Liked by 8 people

    • LoveofUSA says:

      The Opposition made that choice to watch the wrong movie.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Fe says:

      And P45 loves to dump ice cold water all over the left’s silly behavior.

      Liked by 1 person

    • vidlbis says:

      cyn3wulf – like your movie analogy.

      Here’s my take:

      Most can’t see it, but some refuse to live by the truth of it because they are actively being…

      bad guys. And, they know they are bad guys. They KNOW IT.

      Just watch any Randolph Scott movie.

      Or, John Wayne, for that matter. He’s the full deal. The bad guys always want all the money, usually at the expense of the good guy. Or, at the expense of the innocent townspeople.

      So, our president is THE good guy, and he’s fighting on our behalf…tons of bad guys.

      Also, the head bad guy usually is the well respected rich seemingly respectable person in a position of power. Sometimes… a politician, or a banker.

      My take – YMMV

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  24. WeThePeople2016 says:

    #1) How no-one amid almost all media can see how effective this approach by President Trump has been; and

    Thiss one is the question, indeed. The media either knows how effective Trump has been and refuses to give him credit, or they are too dumb to figure it out.

    BTW, the Brian Kilmeade radio show is on opposite Laura, and I find myself liking his show better than hers.

    Liked by 2 people

    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      “This one is the question, indeed.”


    • nontroll says:

      “The media either knows how effective Trump has been and refuses to give him credit, or they are too dumb to figure it out.”

      Both at the same time. They know he’s winning big league (and it’s scaring the shee-ite out of them) without giving him credit AND they have no idea how he’s doing it. (In conspiracy mode, they probably actually believe Putin is helping him, lol)

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  25. Joe says:

    Trump is not going to allow some nutjob, with nukes, to threaten his progeny or the US.

    He takes his role as father, grandfather & President very seriously when it comes to those most elemental issues.

    Just like Reagan.

    Iran is next.

    Liked by 4 people

    • MVW says:

      Iran = Saudi Arabia, Iran is just more open about their intentions. Saudi Arabia is waging political war against us. The real threat of Islam is from political war, not kinetic war.

      Liked by 2 people

  26. MVW says:

    “AND they have no idea how he’s doing it. ”

    This is the absolute stark truth. The DhimmiRats, Libtards, Ly’nStream Traitors are bewildered by Trump’s success. All they can do is throw tantrums, scream and cry, still.

    Liked by 1 person

    • nontroll says:

      Trust me, people WILL grow tired of them.


      • Minnie says:

        They already have, their losses are staggering, I will post the link if I can find it (read it on Friday).

        However, even that info is buried so “their” opposition (we, the people) won’t realize they have become a totally abysmal and irrelevant source of “news”. Their investors will figure it out one day as their bottom line is always “show me the money”.

        Personally, my only source is CTH. I am beyond thankful to Sundance, Menagerie and the entire Treehouse crew and Treepers for keeping us informed.

        Corporate media? What’s that, again?

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        • nontroll says:

          Thought you might enjoy this. Got it from a poster on BB.

          There are 3,141 counties in the United States.
          Trump won 3,084 of them.
          Clinton won 57.
          There are 62 counties in New York State.
          Trump won 46 of them.
          Clinton won 16.
          Clinton won the popular vote by approx. 1.5 million votes.
          In the 5 counties that encompass NYC, (Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Richmond & Queens) Clinton received well over 2 million more votes than Trump. (Clinton only won 4 of these counties; Trump won Richmond)
          Therefore these 5 counties alone, more than accounted for Clinton winning the popular vote of the entire country.
          These 5 counties comprise 319 square miles.
          The United States is comprised of 3, 797,000 square miles.
          When you have a country that encompasses almost 4 million square miles of territory, it would be ludicrous to even suggest that the vote of those who inhabit a mere 319 square miles should dictate the outcome of a national election.
          Large, densely populated Democrat cities (NYC, Chicago, LA, etc) don’t and shouldn’t speak for the rest of our country.

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  27. Building on Sundance’s insight:

    “ ‘Not’ labeling China as a currency manipulator is not affirmative action. It is actually the absence of action; POTUS Trump is not doing something.”

    Trump’s BONUS:

    Soon Congress will be railing against Trump for the “empty threat” to sanction China for “something” … deflecting from their own failure to contribute to MAGA.

    Trump then cuts a deal to address trade with China ONLY after Congress passes the Trump Agenda.

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  28. A2 says:

    Sec T-Rex at ASEAN meeting discussed NK and the Southern sea disputes resolutions. The article reports that Duterte said ‘his phone conversation with Xi was at the behest of Trump, who called the Philippine leader at the end of the Asean summit in Manila on April 29.’

    ‘Asean ministers marked the 40th anniversary of Asean-US relations, and expressed “eagerness” to meet President Trump, who is expected to attend in November the 5th Asean-US Summit and the 12th East Asia Summit in the Philippines, and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Vietnam.’

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  29. jeans2nd says:

    Seems the People’s Bank of China has caught on.

    From Pan Gongsheng, a vice governor of the central bank, the People’s Bank of China.
    “China has no intention of raising competitiveness via currency devaluation. It does not have this wish, and it also does not have this need,” Pan wrote in a weekend piece in Chinese magazine Modern Bankers.

    Love it when a plan comes together.

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  30. RedBallExpress says:

    Chinese customs are different. There is a WWII account where a Chinese tail gunner would not fire at an attacking Japanese Zero because his Chinese pilot had disgraced him. Honor is a big deal.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Sylvia Avery says:

    Such excellent analysis by SD. Aren’t we blessed to have such a man as our President? He is so much more than I ever thought he would be. He has so far exceeded my expectations that he could spend the rest of his term just playing golf and I’d think we had been well served.

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  32. Please give Happy Panda a delicious bamboo-flavored treat for me.

    Liked by 3 people

  33. missmarple2 says:

    When President Trump announced, my two picks had been Perry and Walker. Well, Walker was uninspriing (although a good guy) and Perry just didn’t have any charisma.

    So I ordered and read The Art of the deal, which I had thought was a boring business book.I was wrong.

    What that book revealed to me was a guy with a very creative way of thinking, and one who could keep a lot of balls in the air while keeping track of them.

    Then I went to YouTuube and found interviews over the last 30 years, with everyone from Charlie Rose to Oprah. He was consitent in his beliefs about trade and government wastefulness.

    The best video I found was his appearance before th Senate Oversight Committee concerning the cost overruns in the remodeling of the UN building. Here it is:

    After all of this, I knew he would win.

    Liked by 7 people

    • LoveofUSA says:

      Everyone must take the time to listen to this video-we watched it 3 times few weeks back. Very good.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Minnie says:

      Remarkable find, thank you.

      Mr. Trump speaks so clearly and eloquently, I can listen to him all day.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Miss Marple, I salute you. Truly. You are amazing. You spent a lot of time and made a lot of effort to research your choice for President, and you made an informed (and extremely intelligent decision) from a place of knowledge. You used your intellect rather than your intuition, emotion, or what the MSM told you.

      I still haven’t read The Art of the Deal and I read A LOT. I, too, assumed it would be a sort of dull business book and I have read enough of that kind of thing to last me a lifetime. I’m going to have to get a copy and read it. Obviously I spent most of my life “misunderestimating” Donald Trump. Not anymore. Each and every day my opinion of him ratchets up just a little higher, and by now it is pretty darned high.

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  34. The contrast between the Chinese with Pres Obama and Pres Trump is stark. Pres Trump gives genuine respect and gets genuine respect in return. Pres Obama was forced to exit Air Force One through the back entrance because of a supposed “mistake” with the rolling stairway on the runway. “Mistake” my eye. It was a deliberate insult. Obama was too arrogant to notice. Pres Trump does his homework to understand the nuances of Chinese honor. It’s not just hard work, it’s brilliance.

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  35. drillerelite says:

    Perhaps it’s because the complexity is difficult to distill;
    Perhaps, but I doubt it. Not even for this unsophisticated & deplorable driller is any of this too difficult to distill. They choose not to understand, they rely upon their own ‘wisdom’

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  36. A2 says:

    May 06, 2017 02:36 PM
    China’s Response to North Korea’s Criticism Signals Fraying Ties, Analysts Say
    By Wu Gang



  37. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    The left becomes smaller and smaller….
    Their increased vulgarity is directly proportional to their emptiness

    Liked by 3 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I’m Just Saying’–A couple of us had an exchange either earlier today or yesterday on another thread talking about the similarities between the Obama years and the Harry Potter books and also The Hunger Games. Another Harry Potter analogy keeps hitting me every little bit as I read here, and your comment brought it to mind again. Harry Potter’s last year of school and the year after that involved hunting down Horcruxes, objects with bits of the soul of the evil Lord Voldemort contained in them. As they found each Horcrux and destroyed it, just when you think you have won, the Horcrux would put up a desperate ugly fight because it could tell the end was nearing. Kind of like Nancy Pelosi’s enraged screeches…

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  38. Thank you sundance! I have an awe of your ability to write about the truth. So glad you are here for us Trumpers!


  39. teaforall says:

    Your writings have been nothing short of brilliance.



  40. distracted2 says:

    Bravo! I almost feel sorry for people who don’t get it. These historical events carried out by President Trump will be studied ad nauseam for hundreds of years. To have a realtime front-row seat to the genius of his strategy is such a gift. The resistance is on the wrong side of history. I feel lucky to witness the right side.

    I hope you’ve got several backups for all of your writings, Sundance, as you are one of a few whose work will lend insight to future generations – I have no doubt.

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  41. DeWalt says:

    Good article SD. Love the jab ” without so much as a bow”. Funny. There is something you stated in your article that the progs should pay attention to. It’s a funny thing about commies and socialist in general. Their leaders all want to be seen as a great respected INDIVIDUAL. But they expect everyone else to be a nameless collective with no individual achievements.

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  42. carolinerh says:

    I have been saying this even while Trump was a candidate – you don’t get to be this successful nor have 32K employees working with you for years if you do not treat them as human beings! The Art of the Deal that Trump has and does use works. A politician would approach our worldwide contacts mostly wrongly and cause tension where here Trump gets what we need and no tension, but a mutual respect for each. Now, that is a leader! We all wish to be respected and treated as human beings, while others such as the globalists/protesters/naysayers don’t get it and think being against what America and Trump are and want is wrong. We have come a long way in just over 100 days and I look forward to this following 100 days. God sent us Trump because we prayed long and hard for recovering our America! I also enjoy being able to communicate with Trump, listen to the various secretaries/appointees, and definitely Sean Spicer. We have been blessed so enjoy that we didn’t lose to communism and let’s move to MAGA even sooner.


  43. Billy Dunn says:

    Outstanding analysis Mr S.D. !


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