Panda -vs- Dragon: President Trump Tweets The Dynamic…

Within the dynamic of the U.S -vs- China trade confrontation, CTH noted the Wall Street (globalist) multinationals would likely go bananas.  There are trillions at stake and President Trump is confronting three decades of financial influence from the corporate lobbyists.   To the angst of Wall Street, POTUS Trump tweets the dynamic:

President Trump has been brutally consistent for more than three decades on his intent and purpose with the Chinese.  President Trump is the first U.S. President to understand how the red dragon hides behind the panda mask.

Additionally, while carrying out the objectives of the confrontation, Secretary Mnuchin, Secretary Ross, Ambassador Lighthizer and adviser Navarro are well aware of Beijing’s panda mask; POTUS Trump will never let them forget about it.

Some call it ‘Globalism vs Nationalism’, at other times it is best described as “Wall Street -vs- Main Street”; however, the overarching bigger picture is a battle over economics and the financial power structures that oppose President Trump.

CTH has often said ‘everything is about the economics’, because it is. Ask the ‘why’ question five times to any issue and you will find the root issue is money.  Power, greed and control, it is all about the money and the economics.

Opposition to President Trump’s singularly unique and transformational reset of the U.S. economic system boils down to a battle against the ‘Big Club’.

Every political confrontation is a move within this dynamic. The structural battle is not based on party affiliation, it is based on control and ownership of economics. This confrontation represents the biggest challenge; a brief example:

Hundreds of millions were spent on the 2018 election by owners within the ‘Big Club’; at a surface level those expenditures are discussed by punditry thus: “we were outspent” (insert Kevin McCarthy and/or Ronnda McDaniel here). But if you have followed the challenge more closely, over the course of years/decades, you have a more substantive understanding of the dynamic.

Billionaires on one side of the UniParty spend hundreds-of-millions in opposition to the MAGA agenda. That agenda, that economic agenda, is the existential threat to the Big Club’s grip on power.

Here’s the critical aspect: When it comes to the economics, there are no big spending billionaires on the nationalist side of the equation. The interests of Wall Street Democrats and Wall Street Republicans are based on globalism; Wall Street not Main Street.

In the ‘globalist’ multinational, Wall Street dynamic, the Big Club DNC donor base and the Big Club RNC donor base have mutual self interests.  Within this interest, President Trump is their unified opposition.

The only defeating mechanism that can structurally override this dynamic is an independent Billionaire and a massive amount of tax-paying small donors, ordinary middle-Americans, who can supplement the financial arsenal.   Think back to 2015/2016, and you will see the single-successful-reference for this reality at work.

Everything is about the economics.

The Big Club opposition to President Trump is based on financial best-interest.  That opposition is not bound to a political party ideology.  It is an ideology based on economics.  In essence, this is a structural economic battle that is being waged politically.

Decades of financial policy were intentionally structured to the benefit of the BIG CLUB and the multinational Wall Street alliance represented by U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue.  This is not a Republican -vs- Democrat issue; this is a larger confrontation between those who hold financial power and a singular person, President Donald Trump, who is determined to remove that grip.

In headlines: Big Club board member Alan Greenspan declares that President Trump’s tariff policies are “insane” [link].  This expression by Greenspan is directly representative everything noted above.

However, conversely, the outcome of those MAGA tariff policies are EXACTLY what we said they would be.  The BLS released information quantifying inflation across all sectors (emphasis mine).

Food – The food index declined 0.1 percent in October as the index for food at home fell 0.2 percent and the index for food away from home rose 0.1 percent. Three of the six major grocery store food group indexes declined in October. The fruits and vegetables index fell 0.7 percent in October, its third consecutive decline.

The index for fresh fruits fell 1.8 percent, while the fresh vegetables index increased 0.3 percent. The index for cereals and bakery products fell 0.6 percent, and the index for dairy and related products declined 0.4 percent. (link)

Notice how the prices for food are dropping as the MAGAnomic trade policies of President Trump are being carried out.

Notice how the timing of the decline is directly related to the tariff actions, and the counter-actions, by the targeted countries.

President Trump is fracturing the multinational corporate ‘controlled market’, and his trade policies are beginning to reconstitute supply and demand pricing in a nationalist market.

This inflation data, specifically within the fastest sector to show indicators (most perishable = fastest turnover) highlights what we have been explaining for years:

[…] The biggest lie in modern economics, willingly spread and maintained by corporate media, is that a system of global markets still exists.

It doesn’t.

Every element of global economic trade is controlled and exploited by massive institutions, multinational banks and multinational corporations. Institutions like the World Trade Organization (WTO) and World Bank control trillions of dollars in economic activity. Underneath that economic activity there are people who hold the reigns of power over the outcomes. These individuals and groups are the stakeholders in direct opposition to principles of national economics. (cont.)

The process of charging the U.S. consumer more for a product, that under normal national market conditions would cost less, is a process called exfiltration of wealth.

It is never discussed.

To control the market price some contracted product may even be secured and shipped with the intent to allow it to sit idle (or rot). It’s all about controlling the price and maximizing the profit equation. To gain the same $1 profit a widget multinational might have to sell 20 widgets in El-Salvador (.25¢ each), or two widgets in the U.S. ($2.50/each).

Think of the process like the historic reference of OPEC (Oil Producing Economic Countries). Only in the modern era massive corporations are playing the role of OPEC and it’s not oil being controlled, it’s almost everything, including food.

Yes, President Trump, the man and his policy team, is an existential threat to the elitist hierarchy of things well beyond the borders of the DC Swamp. In the era of explaining the complex it’s a planetary economic reset almost too massive and consequential to encapsulate in words.

There are massive international corporate and financial interests who are inherently at risk from President Trump’s “America-First” economic and trade platform. Believe it or not, President Trump is up against an entire world economic establishment.


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108 Responses to Panda -vs- Dragon: President Trump Tweets The Dynamic…

  1. HBD says:

    Amazing how President Trump’s desires to win these negotiations is actually better to every day Americans, not just a politician’s pat himself on the back.

    Liked by 13 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      Folks the Chinese over the past three days have seen all of their games destroyed by the Atomic Sledgehammer of Truth with those tweets! Ole Xi will have to decide in the very near future whether he wants to really give in to our demands or whether he wants to destroy his paper economy. He CAN’T have both!

      Our President continues to drive the Dragon 🐉 crazy 😜. Xi knows damn well that since our President finalized the trade deals with Mexico 🇲🇽 and Canada 🇨🇦, China 🇨🇳 will see a reduction of 1% to 2% to their real GDP rate!

      They also know that PDJT is absolutely right when he states the obvious.

      There is a cause and effect to our GDP and theirs. By squeezing them with tariffs of 25% on the first $250 billion on April 1 (since the 90 day window doesn’t commence until January 1st) and 25% on the remaining $267 billion, PDJT is swinging our GDP up and killing China’s GDP.

      Let’s look at the math:

      USA 🇺🇸 Tariffs on China:

      $250 billion x 25% tariffs = $62.5 billion dollars to our Government
      $267 billion x 25% tariffs = $66.75 billion dollars to our Government

      China 🇨🇳 Tariffs on USA:

      $110 billion x 25% tariffs = $27.5 billion dollars to their Government
      $40 billion x (THAT IS ALL THEY HAVE LEFT) 25% tariffs = $10 billion dollars to their Government

      That totals $129.25 billion dollars in tariffs for our Government versus $37.5 billion dollars to their Government.

      That shrinks the trade deficit by $91.75 billion dollars a year.

      What does that mean for each country’s real GDP rate?

      In the 2nd Quarter we shrunk the trade deficit by $52 billion dollars and it added 1.16% to the 4.2% real GDP rate for the 2nd Quarter.

      Our President is absolutely right that WE CAN’T LOSE!

      Xi saw this today and realizes HE CAN’T WIN!

      Liked by 8 people

      • Cautionary note: China currently nets over $90 Billion a month from America.
        ($500 B Annual Trade Surplus + $600 B Annual IP Theft)

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      • Today’s Trump Tweets sent Xi a message:
        • Xi may have thought he’d delay those Agricultural buys for a Trump Concession.
        • WRONG:
        • “IMMEDIATE” Agricultural buys should have been made on MONDAY.
        • Trump’s Tweets TUESDAY put Xi on notice: Meet your commitment NOW.

        Trump can announce FRIDAY that he’s going to help Xi convince the CCP he’s serious:
        • The 25% Tariffs on $200 Billion will go into effect on January 1st after all.
        • They’ll be higher unless the CCP has paid American Farmers to cover crop losses, too.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          No more mister niece guy with these damn communists! You are right that he sent them a stern warning. The damn games are over.

          You want the olive branch 🕊 you can have the olive branch 🕊. However, our Lion 🦁 and his Killers enjoy 😉 the ARROWS much more!

          Liked by 9 people

      • Stringy theory says:

        Great analysis Flep. I love it.

        Liked by 3 people

      • FYI, the deadline is not 90 days after January 1st, it’s 90 days after the G20 meeting which was Dec 1st (according to Trump tweet).


      • DocJoe says:

        The US main street economy and consumers drive the world economy. As our economy expands the world economy expands. Long term growth in China will occur as the economic pie increases in size. China will have a smaller size slice of the future larger pie, and overall the Chinese smaller sliced pie piece will be larger in the future from a bigger pie. China and Wall Street’s exfiltration of wealth from the middle class would have shrunk or even collapsed the pie in the future. China needs Main Street US to get more wealthy for them to get more wealthy. A rising tide raises all ships. And bigger pies feed more people!

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  2. chojun says:

    Put simply, Globalism is Socialism or communism-lite implemented on a global scale. “Free Trade” (as implemented) is redistribution of wealth on a global inter-macro economic scale.

    Note how in the 90’s Alan Greenspan was concerned about paying off the National Debt “too quickly”. Now why on earth would anyone ever be concerned about paying off debt too quickly? What if that debt was never designed to be paid back, and that it in effect was a redistribution of wealth resulting in a permanent tribute paid to its global benefactors by american taxpayers?

    What you need to know about globalism can be summed up by one point – the United States was never intended to be a member of Oil Producing Economic Countries (OPEC) when we have enough energy reserves here to dwarf almost all of the rest of the world.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Maquis says:

      Marx used the terms Socialism and Communism interchangably, without distinction.

      As I see it, the distinction we perceive is a product of Leftist strategy, to sucker the masses.

      I believe you have it right to tie both terms together, at every opportunity; but without accepting their self-serving distortion that they are different animals.

      Socialism is the same as, as destructive as, and as murderous as Communism. They are one and the same.


      Liked by 6 people

      • Dutchman says:

        I look at it this way; the consistent, accurate criticism of Conmunism/Socialism is;
        It has NEVER worked,
        “anywhere/anytime its been tried! From Jamestown colony, to Venrzuela, it has failed.”

        So, “Globalism” is their attempt at an answer; “If ONLY we had control of EVERYTHING, ….THEN we could make it work. ”

        Which is like the old joke “but, we’ll make it up in VOLUME!” No, all you’ll do is lose a LOT of money; it simply doesn’t WORK!

        However, in ONE sense, they are ‘on to something’; Conmunism/socialim can NEVER compete, on a level playing field, with free market Capitalism.

        Reagan KNEW it, and its how he defeated the Soviet Union.

        And, DJT KNOWS it, and its how he is going to defeat the Chicoms. Conmunism/socialism ruthlessly and ridgidly stamps out innovative thought, as its a threat to the state.

        And, the system of incentives and rewards, OR LACK THEREOF, in C/S systems, insures innefficiency, and poor quality due to rampant corruption.

        So, what they are really angling for, with Globalism is IF there was NO ‘Competition’ from free market capitalist countries, THEN C/S could ‘work’. It STILL wouldn’t work, there just wouldn’t be any altrrnative for comparison.

        If crap sandwiches are the only thing on tje menu,….well its either ‘eat up or starve’, I guess,…

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      • Agree, Chojun!

        We should RELENTLESSLY espouse that
        “Socialism is Communism”
        • The Left cannot explain it away without looking like fools.
        • No two lefties can cite any differences that matter or references that count.
        • They’ll run like cockroaches from the confrontation and ridicule.

        • Socialism is the Western-World CODE for COMMUNISM.
        • Globalism is the Bankster-Corporate STRAIN of COMMUNISM.

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    • Debt slavery is part of this dynamic as well, because the banks have a monopoly on our money and thus our money is a terrible product because there are no alternatives. Money is created from nothing by borrowing, but interest is demanded in addition to principal, which is the foundation of our ponzi financial system. The debt must continually expand in order for the system to avoid collapse, and that quite simply is the main ‘driving force’ behind the elites desire for global government, global central bank, global fiat currency etc. Its this usurious system that enriches the elites at our expense more than anything else.

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    • The pre-progressive-madness left/leftish had a phrase that described this state of affairs fairly well: Socialism for the transnationals. ‘Market discipline’ for everyone else.

      This is the essence of ‘neoliberalism’.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Bullseye says:

    I am the walrus coo coo ca choo

    Liked by 3 people

  4. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “In headlines: Big Club board member Alan Greenspan declares that President Trump’s tariff policies are “insane” [link]. This expression by Greenspan is directly representative everything noted above.”

    Just like everyone with “Trump Derangement Syndrome” will parrot the Media Matters 4am talking point of the day, “Joe Sixpack” in flyover USA sees with his own eyes the MAGA transformation taking place and will take notice of Satan’s “lie program”

    “Notice how the prices for food are dropping as the MAGAnomic trade policies of President Trump are being carried out.”

    John 8:44 Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.

    Isaiah 14:12 How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!

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  5. L4grasshopper says:

    I keep asking tarriff opponent for what THEIR strategy is to get China to stop cheating and stealing.

    I never get a rational response. Just more “tariffs are bad” slogans.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Just more “tariffs are bad” slogans.”

      That has been the mantra drilled into people’s heads for at least the past 20+ years by the Globalist owned and controlled Main Sewer Media. Sundance has mentioned the brainwashing concerning that, along with other lies that have been promulgated to “push the agenda” on the sheeple populace.

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      • piper567 says:

        D_I, the anti-tariff bunch depends upon our buying into the Free Trade is Best argument.
        Then they argue that tariffs are bad for Free Trade, that very Free Trade which is a hoax.
        its all just a shell game.
        every bit of it.
        Trump aims at reciprocity, the exact opposite of what is billed as free trade.
        Bigly threat.

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        • The ‘free traders’ conflate two different ‘free trade’ regimes: nation and international.

          Adam Smith, et al describe the benefits of national free trade, which is to say, seeking to maximize opportunities for the creation, transport and selling of goods and services within a discrete territory where all activities are governed under the same legal system. Adam Smith used the notion of ‘comparative advantage’ to describe the benefits of a national ‘division of labor’ to increase productivity. In essence, Smith was arguing against ‘generalist’ business practices where the ‘make or buy’ choices almost always resulted in a ‘make’ decision. Thus a business that needed barrels would seek to make their own barrels rather than buy them from a specialist (a barrel-wright).

          Smith, Ricardo and others also advocated for international free trade within the context of ‘comparative advantage’ under the notion that one nation might produce one or more type of goods more ‘efficiently’ than another. Smith/Ricardo used the example of wine and wool between Portugal and England. Portugal’s geography resulted in a good climate for making wine and they could do so more ‘efficiently’ than England. England had a good climate for growing sheep with good wool. Under these (very limited) conditions, Smith/Ricardo argued that since both nations produced both goods then treated as a whole economic unit it would be more ‘efficient’ for England and Portugal to specialise, one producing wool and trading it for wine, the other producing wine and trading it for wool.

          The problems with international free trade are not obvious when considered as a theory but, even within the theory itself, both Smith and Ricardo assumed that when the theory was translated from geographically-fixed goods to manufacturing the underlying situation changed somewhat. However, in their time capital — financial and manufacturing resources — were relatively immobile and they assumed that capital flight to the least-cost nation for manufacturing was not possible.

          However, the immobility of capital has not been true for some time. As a result, the assumed national benefits of international free trade (lower cost of goods and services) is completely nullified (or even overwhelmed) by the adverse effect of capital flight to least-cost nations.

          A least cost nation to which there is a transfer of capital — manufacturing, jobs, experience, skills — can gain an absolute advantage over nations from which capital is taking flight.

          Lastly, in order to mirror the benefits of a single legal system as found in national free trade, international free trade needs to construct an international legal and enforcement system. The WTO is one such system and has, in practice, completely displaced national legal systems when it comes to international trade.

          All transnational trading systems result in some kind of transnational government.

          So, if you don’t like ‘big government’ you can not support international ‘free trade’.


  6. Hutzpa says:

    Dear Father in Heaven we humbly ask for your Mighty Hand to be a steadfast grip on the opposing forces that would rob and pillage the wealth of the American people and sell out the American sovereignty for greed. We bind the demonic evil and greed and loose the forces of Heaven to protect and defend Your righteousness and our freedoms. We repent for the sins of ourselves and our Nation. We ask for “The Great Awakening” to become epidemic across our land. Let us in truth become one nation under GOD with liberty and justice for all. In Jesus Mighty Name. Amen.

    Liked by 10 people

  7. calbear84 says:

    The president of the United States wants to put America first? The horror! No wonder the Big Club wanted Jeb or Little Marco or Shillary.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Lie Detector says:

      Example: The Mexican media are beating Trump over his policy of America First. Then you see “Country First” (La Patria es Primero) written in gold letters inside the Mexican Congress. When I question this to my Mexican friends, who by the way all hate Trump for being nationalist, they respond: that’s different. Go figure!


      • Dutchman says:

        The organisation “la raza”; literally, the race. Or National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

        But try to start an organisation “The White race, or National Association for the Preservation of White Peoples”, and your a RASSSSICST!


  8. An EXCELLENT refresher on MAGAnomics that should be mandatory reading for all politicos and media members. Nice job as usual Sundance!

    Liked by 6 people

  9. magatrump says:

    Excellent explanation SD. God bless you SD. MAGA

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Akindole says:

    Billionaire and a massive amount of tax-paying small donors, ordinary middle-Americans, who can supplement the financial arsenal. Think back to 2015/2016, and you will see the single-successful-reference for this reality at work.

    Indeed. But…

    Donating to the RNC/GOPe won’t work. People need to change their thinking to local. I’ve said that before here during/pre midterms, and I’ll say it again here pre 2020.

    In my instance, the “Big Club” in Florida, the corrupt Tallahassee GOPe, was a massive planned fail in terms of putting the money in the right campaigns. Pick the hot spots (your district and elsewhere) and pile on it. People on Team Red better bet their butts the Marxists know the same places, and where to put their bucks.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “People need to change their thinking to local.”

      That means getting involved and getting pro-MAGA committee people in local districts all over America. Start with yourself and branch outward.

      Liked by 2 people

      • zorrorides says:

        I can see clearly now, the dimms are gone
        I see all the RINOs knocked out of my way
        Gone are the fake lies that had me blind
        It’s gonna be a bright, bright, bright sun-shiny day

        We need a national push for a list of issues with answers, for every congressional district. In every district, run one candidate who pledges to the list. Then the incumbents have a public choice they have to make.

        MAGA KAG TRUMP !!


      • piper567 says:

        D_I, we are ab 30 yrs behind the marxists, if thet lends any urgency to the plan.


  11. weneedmorerules says:

    Thanks, again, Sundance.
    President Trump is The Boss
    “I am Tariff Man”. Nominated Top Ten Best Tweets by me.

    Liked by 6 people

  12. Ozark says:

    Not good,
    “Stock Market Drops 700+ Points As Trump Declares Himself ‘Tariff Man”


    • Exactly my scratching-my-head-moment after reading the tweets – this is causing markets to drop???

      But then I never understood how Wall Street gets us common folks holding the bag while they make it rich like bandits.


      • Ospreyzone says:

        The drop really occurred when brexit was held in contempt of parliament today. Nigel Farage had to walk away from his party. It had zero to do with Trump’s tweet.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Bullseye says:

      Tariff Mann didn’t help but market was already heading down when Ptrump tweeted also Brexit negative vote issues hit the market for an additional whammy. We are still in a trading range hang in there and don’t panic


      • Dutchman says:

        LOOK at the stocks primarily effected;
        Supports S.D.’s treatise; Multinational Global companies. We will see such ‘disruptions’ or corrections periodically, as Trillions of dollars gradually shift from Wall Street to Main Street.

        In addition, global players may try to deliberately cause disruption, or blame genuine shifts as funds reallocate, ON Maganomics policies.

        Standing to lose trillions, as well as permanently losing their gravy train, these entities will do everything in their power to try to derail Maganomics.

        If they have to lose a billion or two, to preserve the gravy train, for them, its “the cost of business”.

        VSG has a knife to their throat, they won’t yield with anything less.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Yeah, LOVE that “I am Tariff man”, but also like the “let the negotiations begin”, that sounds like the start of the Olympics:
      “Let the Games Begin”;
      You can bet our VSG is enjoying the heck out of this.
      Xi, not so much!

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    • “Tariff Man” was brilliant branding:
      Combines both Panda at home and Dragon abroad.

      Puts POTUS deep between the ears of anyone resisting Bilateral Trade Deals.

      Reactions to every Tariff Consequence becomes “It’s not like he didn’t warn you.”

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      • “Tariff Man” RE China:
        • Preparing the American public for a brutal Trade Negotiation battlefield by getting the POLITICAL CORRECTNESS debate out of our system beforehand.
        • Preparing the Chinese to expect a massive Loss of Face from the PROMISED TARIFFS if they fail to honor their milestone-commitments within 90 days.


      • piper567 says:

        I love it how the President keeps gaining free Real Estate in the minds of his adversaries (“…deep between the ears…”).
        First it was msm, even before The Election, then it was the snowflakes, then it was various self-proclaimed pundits and assorted anti-Trumpers, and now he is, rent-free, firmly in the minds of many money making investors (not necessarily bad)…
        And you will never convince me that is not Trump who has inspired, and so initiated, all of the rebellion against globalism currently going on around the world.
        This is an astonishing individual!
        He commands International media, markets and inspires a variety of political leaders worldwide to get up and go.
        AND he drives the marxists bonkers.
        Just The Best!
        Thank you, Lord for giving us this great man as out President.


    • Paqul Killinger says:

      The active traders do best when the stock markets (and the individual stocks they follow) move rapidly up and down within their “range.”


    • OSP says:

      Worked for me…
      Sold UXVY calls for some juicy premium.


    • GB Bari says:

      Keep remembering Sundance’s cautionary advice that we are now in-between the two economies – Main Street and Wall Street. Things will be volatile until investors recalibrate their portfolios, moving the emphasis away from emerging markets / foreign investments and towards domestic equities.

      In the meantime the desperate globalists will cause tremors by their resistance to change.


  13. Frank Endom says:

    One-way bus tickets – southbound!


  14. maiingankwe says:

    I can’t help but think that some of these world leaders are jealous as all get when they watch and listen to what our President Trump is saying and actually doing.

    I’m serious, no one likes to be under anyone’s thumb and pretty much all of them are, especially the top world leaders.

    Every time I see Merkel I can’t help but think this, it must be her facial expressions caught on camera. She has got to hate it along with so many others to be under the control of China. I know it’s not just China in control, but their top puppet masters that are hidden and have been for decades or longer.

    Sure, they get all of these untold riches for following orders like good little pups, but they’re not allowed to go off like our President Trump. He is beholden to no person, and that has got to sting. Our President Trump sees it differently of course, he sees himself beholden to the everyday people of this great nation, and that’s a yuuge difference. He also doesn’t have any puppet strings holding him to the global powers, he’s free. Maybe that’s why it looks like merkel’s panties are in a twist. She’s not free and never will be. Feel free to include all of the others too.
    Be well and stay smiling,

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      They have devoted a life to being pawns of these globalist string-pullers. They love what they do. They don’t like Trump because Trump shows what is really going on.


    • Kent says:

      Look at the system she grew up in…as the twig is bent so grows the tree.


    • Paqul Killinger says:

      It’s not just jealousy. The “Trump effect” is displacing politicians and their parties in several countries with more to come. Voters in France, Germany, Italy, Canada and Argentina (among others) are challenging the status quo.


  15. Suzanne says:

    We need to pray even more than we already are for this man


  16. Diana Allocco says:

    This is just first-rate analysis. Persuasive and educational. I do not understand why I never see this particular perspective reflected anywhere else, ever.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. zozz1 says:

    As our debt has built up into the trillions of dollars over the years (especially over the past few years), with no reckoning in sight, Trump’s moves may signal the beginning of the battle royal that has to happen at some point. Someone has to do it… I cannot imagine any other leader or potential leader who could or would undertake such an enormous task. There will be inevitable dislocations, stock market ups and downs of scary proportions, and fierce opposition from those unwilling to endure the discomfort…or the loss of their cushy sinecures.

    It is all part of rearranging the world. The countries of the world will be in rehab…where change will be required…and internal change is always the hardest thing to accomplish.


  18. Cheeshead54016 says:

    Trumpster continues to set the bar higher and higher. Go Team USA!!


  19. Nigella says:

    But the sky is falling according to the stock market… LOL


  20. Publius2016 says:

    Thats one reason we are working so hard and how we come up with solution after solution for problems made to steal ou ideas and money! Our founders created a system of government that ensured economic freedom while benefiting the many…of course, these Globalists throw everything and the kitchen sink to get every possible penny plus interest…left to our own economy, we’d return to sound capital and great investments.


  21. citizen817 says:

    The Great China Trade Barrier

    President Trump continues to win, this time by breaking down the huge china trade barrier and opening the auto trade, and agriculture. Also, some major headway with Intel property theft and forced tech transfer.

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  22. “President Trump is up against an entire world economic establishment.”
    THEY have been rigging the game for 30 yrs and THEY control 90% of worldwide media and THEY have unlimited resources.

    Trump has We The People

    Liked by 1 person

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Trump has We The People”

      Which is why they have to cheat with the votes. Everyone that matters know about that 2 years ago, yet it is still occurring. IMO voter fraud should be #2 on the priority list, after the invasion of illegals. In my limited political reading, I don’t see much hope for redoing an election because of fraud, on any level of government.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “they have to cheat”

        “They” being the left-wingnut, socialist progressives hiding under the “Democrat” banner.


      • Dutchman says:

        ‘Breaking’ story is RNC was HACKED, in run up to midterm election, and Committee is working with FBI, so won’t comment on details, but story I saw said top 4 people in RNC had their emails taken

        So, strategy discussions, financing discussions, all sorts of ‘goldmine’ kinfo for opponents.

        WILL they release their servers to FBI forensic teams,….and SHOULD they?

        Interesting times,….indeed!

        Liked by 1 person

        • Dutchman says:

          Sorry, NOT RNC, (although they are probably checking their system), it was the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee. Oops!


  23. Disgusted says:

    The portrait of President Trump running in the text here is not flattering to him at all. He is wearing a red tie and leaning forward on his desk, but his face is shown with an unnatural smile, hiding his usually handsome face. Isn’t there another in your file with him in the exact same stance, but a much more natural and flattering expression?…


  24. Sundance: Love your “Fab Four” at the epicenter of the photo montage.


  25. Disgusted says:

    The portrait of President Trump running in the text here is not flattering to him at all. He is wearing a red tie and leaning forward on his desk, but his face is shown with an unnatural smile, hiding his usually handsome face. Isn’t there anotheer in your file with him in the exact same stance, but a much more natural and flattering expression?…


    • Dutchman says:

      Thats an expression his opponents see a lot, but we don’t; his ‘natural’expression when his opponent realises they have DJT,….Right where he WANTS them!

      Its when they have that “Wha,….hey!?
      What just happened?,…how did he DO that?,…what DID he do?


    • Dennis Leonard says:

      Disgusted,we heard you the first time,and what is your point,other than distraction.


  26. TheLastDemocrat says:

    I have a hard time seeing China agree to protect intellectual property. This idea is so foreign, and so wildly from what anyone in China might have in mind.

    This will be similar to NAFTA: either way, we win.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dutchman says:

      As I have posted, I have a hard time seeing China SURVIVE, as currently constituted, if it agrees to AND HONORS the conditions VSG is requiring.


  27. Kent says:

    Interesting…a google search ‘tom Donahue coc’ returns six results in ‘news’…

    …how many subjects only return six results on google?…4642.5912.0.7917.….0…1c.1.64.psy-ab..0.2.202…33i299k1.0.PfcTzDPaxFs


  28. OSP says:

    The tariffs are working as planned.
    Every day this becomes more obvious and every day the Big Club grows a bit more desperate.


  29. Al Brown says:

    “Show me the MONEY!”
    “Follow the MONEY!”
    Youse can Wine me and Youse can Doine me,
    But the MONEY TALKS (etc)!
    1000 BC
    Ecclesiastes 10:19
    “A Feast maketh merry, And Wine makes the Heart Glad,

    Be It Ever Thus.
    I wonder why people always need to be reminded?


  30. God Bless and Protect President Trump.


  31. dallasdan says:

    As a Stanford trained economist with a brief tenure on Wall Street before going to medical school, I can assure anyone who is interested that the “old guard” of Keynesian thinkers will never realize and/or admit that their primary focus on government spending and taxes is antithetical to growing a modern economy.

    Successful, future-oriented economic growth requires aggressive use of policies supporting the consumption and investment elements of the national income model. The President and his trade advisors understand this and have effected a near-miraculous awakening of a U.S. economy that was in a coma. The “old timers” such as Greenspan criticize the President because they can’t bear the pain that comes with admitting lifetimes of professional failure.

    The President and his trade negotiators are men among boys in the world economic arena, and it becomes more obvious every day.

    Liked by 3 people

    • OSP says:

      BINGO, Dan.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

      Magnificent, Doctor. Concur. Completely.

      Forty seven years ago, when Nixon and Kissinger cozied up to china at the insistence of their controllers, the rockefelons, even as high school senior we knew this was a bad move.

      The pressniks tooted the kazoo about Ping Pong Diplomacy, telling us all would now be wonderful with the chicoms who would become just like us thanks to eating American cheaszeburgers.

      We knew it was bull even then.

      What we’ve learned since is that during that era, Mao was senile and/or dying, and communism was on the verge of collapse. Had this country’s leaders left the chicoms be, communism would have collapsed.

      Instead, as Obama tried to do with Cuba, our RINOe leaders propped up communism for self-serving reasons. Greenspan was surely in on the gag, as he was shortly thereafter the one who cobbled Jerry Ford’s fatuous “WIN’ buttons – Whip Inflation Now.

      They caused the inflation, how were the citizens supposed to whip it? Greenspan et al have been selling us out for decades.

      As ‘dianecee’ posted in American Thinker, old Bush ‘invested in our demise.’ They all did.

      President Trump is investing in our success.

      A pleasure to read your comment.

      Liked by 1 person

  32. For those worried about the market, there are several factors at work. My post–which makes the argument that the market will remain volatile for awhile, is under the Peter Navarro thread, fwiw.

    Economically and politically we are still in a major shift from the post WW2 order to something different. President Trump and his team will continue to face headwinds as they battle to move us to MAGA approach; all my work in business and banking, as well as much time spent abroad, convince me that they are absolutely right. How amazing is it to have folks with skin in the game working on our behalf, for either $0 or peanuts. That is amazing patriotism.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Doug Amos says:

    France is a universal tipping point. When the rabble come, they head for the $ first. Cops in France took off their badges. Someone is going to have to order them to shoot their own but what happens if they decide to shoot the guy that gave the order instead?


  34. Gary Ingle says:

    Trump is brutally honest, especially if you’re in Big Rat Club!


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