There are Trillions at Stake…

There’s a lot of news this week reflecting a great deal of oppositional alignment against the presidency of Donald Trump. CTH can get down in the weeds of each specific issue to discuss the motives and intents (we will, and do), but the big picture MUST remain at the forefront of understanding. If we lose track of the big picture, the weeds are overwhelming.

…“It must be remembered that there is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to manage than a new system. For the initiator has the enmity of all who would profit by the preservation of the old institution and merely lukewarm defenders in those who gain by the new ones.”

~ Niccolò Machiavelli

♦POTUS Trump is disrupting the global order of things in order to protect and preserve the shrinking interests of the U.S. middle-class.  He is fighting, almost single-handed, at the threshold of the abyss. Our interests, our position, is zero-sum; if POTUS Trump fails, there will never be another available route to confront the Big Club.

President Trump’s aggregate opposition seeks to repel and retain the status-quo. They were on the cusp of full economic control over the U.S. just before candidate Trump snatched away their victory.  There are trillions at stake. They won’t make that mistake again.

Summary of Action: President Trump has structured a plan to break down the multinational trade interests, and their “controlled markets.”  Step-by-step President Trump is executing this plan; while his opposition, including Mitch McConnell, tries to stop him.

President Trump is disrupting decades of multinational financial interests who use the U.S. as a host for their ideological endeavors. President Trump is confronting multinational corporations and the global constructs of economic systems that were put in place to the detriment of the host; the American Middle-Class. There are trillions at stake; it is all about the economics; all else is chaff and countermeasures.

Familiar faces, perhaps faces you previously thought were decent, are now revealing their alignment with larger entities that are our abusers. In an effort to awaken the victim to the cycle of self-destructive codependent behavior, allow me to cue a visual example from U.S. Senator John Thune. WATCH:

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What South Dakota Senator John Thune is showcasing here is his full alignment with big multinational corporate agriculture (BIG AG).

Big AG is not supporting local farmers. Big AG does not support “free and fair markets.” Big AG supports the interests of multinational corporations and multinational financial interests.

For the multinational interests the U.S. is the host; from an economic nationalism perspective they are the parasite.

It is critical to think of BIG AG in the same way we already are familiar with multinational manufacturing of durable goods.

We are already familiar how China, Mexico and ASEAN nations export our raw materials (ore, coking coal, rare earth minerals etc.). The raw materials are used to manufacture goods overseas, the cheap durable goods are then shipped back into the U.S. for purchase.

It is within this decades-long process where we lost the manufacturing base, and the multinational economic planners (World Trade Organization) put us on a path to being a “service driven” economy.

The road to a “service-driven economy” is paved with a great disparity between financial classes. The wealth gap is directly related to the inability of the middle-class to thrive.

Elite financial interests, including those within Washington DC, gain wealth and power, the U.S. workforce is reduced to servitude, “service”, of their affluent needs.

The destruction of the U.S. industrial and manufacturing base is EXACTLY WHY the wealth gap has exploded in the past 30 years.

With that familiarity, did you think the multinationals would stop with only “DURABLE GOODS”?

They don’t.

They didn’t.

The exact same exfiltration and exploitation has been happening, with increased speed, over the past 15-20 years with “CONSUMABLE GOODS“, ie food.

Raw material foodstuff is exported to China, ASEAN nations and Mexico, processed and shipped back into the U.S. as a finished product.  [Recent example: Salmonella Ritz Bits (whey); Nabisco shuts New Jersey manufacturing plant, moves food production to Mexico… the result: Salmonella crackers.]  This is the same design-flow with food as previously exploited by other economic sectors, including auto manufacturing.

Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), Monsanto, Nestlé, PepsiCo, Bunge, Potash Corp, Cargill or Wilmar, all stay out of the public eye by design. Most megafood conglomerates have roots going back a century or more, but ever-increasing consolidation means that their current corporate owners may have been established only a few years ago. Welcome to the complex world of Big Ag:

Start with the so-called Big Six [PDF]. Monsanto, Syngenta, Dow AgroSciences, DuPont, Bayer, and BASF produce roughly three-quarters of the pesticides used in the world. The first five also sell more than half the name-brand seeds that farmers plant, including varieties modified for resistance to the very pesticides they also sell. Meanwhile, if farmers want fertilizer, a list of 10 other companies, starting with PotashCorp, account for about two-thirds of the world market.

Once the plowing, planting, nurturing, and harvesting are done, around 80 percent of major crops pass through the hands of four traders: ADM, Bunge, Cargill, and Louis Dreyfus. These companies aren’t just financiers, of course—Cargill, for example, produces animal feed and many other products, and it supplies more than a fifth of all meat sold in the United States.

And if you ever had any ideas about going vegetarian to avoid the conglomerates, forget about it: ADM processes about a third of all soybeans in the United States and a sixth of those grown around the globe. It also brews more than 5.6 billion liters of ethanol for gasoline and pours more than 2 million metric tons of high-fructose corn syrup every year. And it produces a sixth of the world’s chocolate. {Continue – and go Deep}

Multinational corporations, BIG AG, are now invested in controlling the outputs of U.S. agricultural industry and farmers. This process is why food prices have risen exponentially in the past decade.

The free market is not determining price; there is no “supply and demand” influence within this modern agricultural dynamic. Food commodities are now a controlled market just like durable goods. The raw material (harvests writ large) are exploited by the financial interests of massive multinational corporations. This is “contract farming”.

Again, if President Trump can successfully pull us out of NAFTA your food bill will drop 25% (or more) within the first year.  Further, if U.S. supply and demand were to become part of the domestic market price for food, we would see the prices of aggregate food products drop by half.   Some perishable food products would predictably drop so dramatically in price it is unfathomable how far the prices would fall.

Behind this dynamic we find the 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.

When we understand how trade works in the modern era we understand why the agents within the system are so adamantly opposed to U.S. President Trump.

♦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.

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205 Responses to There are Trillions at Stake…

  1. kinthenorthwest says:

    Sadly the liberals have been able to brain wash way too many Americans. To many can’t see the real truth because of all the freebie type promises.
    Will they wake soon enough…I sure as the H3LL hope so.

    Liked by 13 people

    • gustheairedale says:

      Let’s keep our facts clear and choice of inclusion accurate; not just liberals but republicans as well that feed from the hand of the Chamber of Commerce.

      Liked by 24 people

      • kinthenorthwest says:

        That was shy the word liberals versus Democrats or Republicans..

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        • jello333 says:

          Also, I think there was a time when not all “liberals” were bad guys. I’ve been told that what I grew up being was more along the lines of “classical liberal”. Of course I no longer want ANYTHING to do with being a “liberal”, considering what 99% of them are now. Absolute scum, hypocrites, warmongers(!), and yes racist. Kind of the opposite of what I was back when I used to call myself “liberal”.

          I believed that everyone should have similar opportunities for advancement, assuming they were willing to put in the work needed to get there. I believed nobody should be treated differently based on their race, sex, etc, etc… not worse AND not better either… therefore NO to affirmative action, etc. I believed that only in the most extreme circumstances should we get involved in wars or “intervention”. I believed that there should be a “safety net” for those unable to help themselves (“unable” being the key word, NOT “unwilling”.) I believed that it’s okay for the gov’t to put into place workplace safety rules (esp re. kids), and environmental programs (clean air, water, etc) in a REASONABLE way that doesn’t destroy the economy and people’s freedoms. I believed that the media should be totally independent, but if they engage in slander, etc they should be held accountable.

          And lots more. That’s what I believed when I considered myself a “liberal”… and funny, but I STILL believe in that. Sooo…. was I just mislabeling myself all that time, or has the definition of “liberal” drastically changed?????

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          • NC Patriot says:

            Whatever you call it, you fit right in with POTUS’ thinking. I believe he calls it “common sense”.

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          • Flight93Gal says:

            Jello,

            there’s a significant difference between “liberals” and “leftists”.
            Unfortunately many liberals have become radical leftists and want to destroy the West, Western values and everything that America represents.

            Look at their success: pop culture is leftist, so is Hollywood, so is the education system. And…long standing organizations like the boy scouts are forever destroyed/altered.

            Even the NFL has become a SJW club and the Catholic Church hierarchy is filled with the “Lavender Mob” who lend new definition to the term “evil”…

            This is leftism on full display! and yes, they keep winning.

            VSGPDJT is our only hope!
            .

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            • meow4me2 says:

              Yeah, I just read in our high school newsletter that one of the history teachers set up a club to celebrate great Progressive leaders, barf! My kids aren’t joining!

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          • kinthenorthwest says:

            I was always considered myself pretty much a liberal that rode both sides of the fence.
            Now I don’t think I believe in anything that is on the liberal side of the fence.

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          • MelH says:

            Jello 333, I believed exactly like you, many years ago . At dinner one night, a male friend i respected said, “You’re a Liberal, aren’t you?” I replied “yes”. These days, i would rather be called all sorts of awful things than be called a “Liberal”. I don’t believe differently from many years ago. The definition of “liberal” MUST have drastically changed. God forbid i should be labeled “Liberal”

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        • Dutchman says:

          Demoncrats and RepubliCONS; 2 faces of the same Uniparty.

          The RepubliCONS DO NOT do what they do, or NOT do what they don’t do, because they are “The party of STUPID”, nor out of cowardice or a desire to be liked; they do it because their interests are, just like their Demoncrat comrades, aligned and in service to the big multinationals.

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          *shy = why
          Sorry got a twitter war going on now too..

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      • webgirlpdx says:

        I really believe that most liberals haven’t a clue about the Uniglobalists and what its about. They are more tied to SJW ideology and are clueless that Schumer, Pelosi would really give a flying flip about them. Washington DC and all those swampers are only after the blessed wealth building buck.

        Wouldn’t it be great to hear a liberal say “Pelosi sucks”…..just like we know Ryan and McConnell and half the GOP Senate do.

        In a funny way, if libs on their side and we on ours could come together and beat all these Globalists who want to beat all of us — then we might be able to have honest debates.

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      • JAS says:

        I read the article below written by Tucker. It’s really a crucifixion of the Republican war mongers. These are the real Never-Turmpers. They will do anything to get their way.

        “Why Are These Professional War Peddlers Still Around?”

        https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/why-are-these-professional-war-peddlers-still-around-tucker-carlson-max-boot-bill-kristol/

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      • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

        If only we could feed the lofo voters a continuous loop of LOU , while they sleep.
        Although I’m not sure the “America First” redpill could penetrate the liberal blood-brain barrier.
        P.S. Our NeuroScientist VSGPDJT is not going to discontinue this critical R+D.
        May God Bless him and protect him.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      its not the liberals but the Free Traders! MultiNationals make a mint and as long as the markets are closed, its a cash cow! even in recessions, the biggies just squeeze the little guys and gals out…

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    • Maquis says:

      K, I don’t think it’s just the freebies, nor even the brainwashing, but most significantly the utter dearth of Real World experience.

      Our parasitic snowflakes are far removed from any sense of obligation for their own wants and needs. They resent responsibility and fear independence. They have not been taught to work, experienced deprivation, been allowed to fail and flounder.

      They are so utterly insulated from natural consequences that when encountering anything less than automatic wish fullfillment they rage at the conspiracy du jour, convinced the universe itself is thieving away their perfect existence.

      True, deliberate enemy action has helped form their dysfunction, no doubt, this influence is expanding and accelerating too. However, I believe the Parasiticals’ conviction they are owed all is founded in their certainty that they know all whilst knowing nothing real.

      Idle minds and souls are as destructive as idle hands.

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    • vincentcuomo says:

      It is sad, but people do not realize that Trump became President because he wanted to save America and the American worker; he has sacrificed so much to save America; I hope people start to see this.

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  2. Greg1 says:

    The “global markets” in their current form exist by the exploitation of the United States.

    Enter President Trump.

    May God bless him in trying to turn America around to the right direction.

    Liked by 17 people

    • Blind no longer says:

      I pray for him every night. I pray for his supporters every night. And I pray that people will see he is, IMO, our last chance to remain America!

      Our system is broken and we are represented by men and women who enter politics for power and greed. They do not represent us, but betray the very people who put them in office to enrich themselves.

      President Trump needed neither…that’s why he is working to save us and the Country he loves!

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  3. Ausonius says:

    Crony capitalism, rigged markets, socialist/communist/fascist economies (not much difference), criminal/Mafia cartels laundering money through the rigged systems, and politicians paid to llok the other way and/or aid the rigged systems…

    Adam Smith would be appalled, as would all honest people on the planet if only their eyes opened up and they took the time to read and investigate and realize how their freedoms are being melted away by the above corrupted and corrupting officials and “businessmen.”

    Instead, we have a modern version of Juvenal’s complaint from the Roman Empire: Panem et circenses today manifest themselves as welfare checks, “paying people unwilling to work,” “free” picture phones, 500 television stations, video-games, and the Internet.

    Juvenal would understand our present corruption as a 21st-century version of the corruption he complained about c. 2,000 years ago.

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    • One of the scariest truths evident of this far more recent than Roman Bread and Circus. The Venezuelan people ran full speed toward the AOC’s and Pelosi’s of their country decades ago. All the ‘free stuff’ ‘equality’ and social justice and hope and change was what they bought. On credit. Now they don’t want to pay the bill. It’s not just the Chavez/Maduro Obama types but the fools that wanted them. I fear that once they fill their bellies with all this food from charity……they’ll burp and say “ well, maybe Maduro will be ok and change….”. Commies know that and play that.

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    • Rowdyone says:

      It’s not surprising to observe unchecked capitalism, free from the threat of domestic non-monopolistic practices regulation in some countries, flourish on the world stage since monopoly is the ultimate end of unfettered capitalism. Yet there is no better economic system that is both just and creates peripheral benefit. If the World Bank could re-target it’s objectives away from co-operation with the status quo to encouraging competition perhaps the impact of the conglomerates could be lessened. And since the conglomerates are profit driven they must do business in the higher consuming nations like the US where much needed strengthened regulation could breed a freer global market.

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  4. Dana Doran says:

    So brilliant – thanks for explaining so well.

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  5. Polish Rifle says:

    Nabisco is owned by Mondelez International, another gargantuan global powerhouse.

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  6. DiogeneseVindicated says:

    Sundance, I was hoping you might post something as to the significance of this development. I appears that instead of putting the UK at the end of the line for a trade agreement, per Obama, the US is moving them back to the front. Somehow I feel this ties in with the topic of this thread.

    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/02/15/britain-america-sign-deal-post-brexit-trade/

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    • Maquis says:

      President Trump has promised a truly free and clear Brexit a spot at the head of the line in our trade relationships from the beginning. He is offering to help save Britain while working for the end of the EU and all the evil it encompasses and portends.

      March 31 is the deadline for Brexit. Westmonster .com is where I keep tabs on that battle. I am praying for a No Deal Brexit, ie no faux escape encumbered by EU domination. Nigel Farage is now running for MEP of the brand new Brexit Party determined to defeat the schemes of Globalist May, the EU and Islamists.

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  7. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    “What South Dakota Senator John Thune is showcasing here is his full alignment with big multinational corporate agriculture (BIG AG).

    Big AG is not supporting local farmers. Big AG does not support “free and fair markets.” Big AG supports the interests of multinational corporations and multinational financial interests.”

    As someone from south dakota….. there is a VERY BIG reason South Dakota is one of THE MOST CORRUPT.

    I think we ranked like #4 or close to that a couple years ago.

    and after many years by turtles guiding hand there is no doubt how well Thune is fed around that Us Chamber / business round table

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  8. Rodney Short says:

    Dairy buisness is really affected in this big picture, thanks for the drawing Sundance hopefully people can see more clearly.

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    • WonkoTheSane says:

      All the small daries in my neck of the woods went belly up on the early 2000s. My best friend was a dairy farmer at the time. The price he got paid for milk kept dropping, but the price in the store remained the same. Cows were bringing almost nothing at market and the price of hay was through the roof. Nobody understood what was happening at the time. A lot of very hard working people lost everything. It didn’t make sense that people could work so hard and have nothing. The corporate dairies all did, and are doing, fine.

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      • jello333 says:

        Yeah, when I go to the store and find milk for under $1 a gallon, I should be happy. While I obviously like paying low prices, it still doesn’t feel right. I mean all I can think about is HOW are farmers making any money whatsoever at those prices? And wanna hear something crazy? Not only do I feel for the farmers, I feel for the cows! I know, I’m weird…

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      • stablesort says:

        Dairy is a special case, it is much cheaper to have 1 truck make one stop than to have 1 truck make 10 stops. I’m not a farmer, but I assume dairy farmers no longer haul their own product to dairy; I do know crop farmers do haul their own products.

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        • haoleboy says:

          There is no doubt the corporations streamlined the operations , bought supplys in bulk , all the good business practices. The biggest drawback , after the farmers scrambling to hold onto their land , is all the stock is pretty much all in one place and the processing as centralized as possible , so , disease cane be more widespread quicker. But the science is pretty down pat , very little disease happening in US.

          The impact on the farmers was and still is horrendous. At least in the Pennsylvania area
          Large areas still where employment is hard to come by. The corps. had the grain and the price of grain just kept going up. Pretty soon cost more than you could sell the milk for.
          Some bitter folks around there , and I don’t blame them.

          I’m a capitalist no doubt . But a capitalist has to have heart to have associates and maintain balance. Corporations can be a soulless entity.

          So how far back do we gotta go ? I think the Bible and history pretty much tells us man can’t fully govern himself. Not without God. We do actually have the best of systems , but the standards of the people in the system have changed. The modern method is that the system is to be tested for how far can one push it. No longer a guideline we follow as part of our culture. Much like what Jesus found , that the letter of the law had become a weapon. The Pharisees wielded it well. Founding fathers warned us . They came to same conclusion : no ethics = unstable country. Kinda like individual lives. So we live in a time

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      • piper567 says:

        Wonko, the way they put Dairy out of business here in WA was to regulate manure…I kid you not.
        hundreds of pages detailing how manure was to be disposed of!
        a one time neighbor estimated compliance for him to be in the area of $55,000!!!
        sold his herd out-of-State.
        now runs beef cattle.

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    • Goedhart says:

      As someone who has been in the dairy business for many years, I can tell you we have carte blanch when it comes to employing Illegals. Just a couple of weeks ago, I was told by a state entity “no worries”.
      A small dairy is a different matter.

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    • haoleboy says:

      Small dairies been non-viable for over 35 years. The folks (at least in Pennsylvania) still trying only do so because they’re trying to “save the farm ” and don’t know what else to do . So they earn peanuts.
      , or keep borrowing.

      Look at like this.
      Drug cartel is high mult-billion $ industry coming thru open borders. If you where the big guy in that industry , how much would you be willing to pay our leaders to keep borders open ? What ever it takes right ? There is enough to make every congressman, senator, and most in DC rich and still make billions. Lately we can see symptoms of that. But most importantly it is telling us loud and clear what mankind is willing to do to one
      another , for riches.

      Now take food.
      Much bigger industry , literally hundreds of times bigger than drugs. Everyone has to eat. So how much are they willing to pay lawmakers to give them that monopoly ? Remember, farmers not on the band wagon get fined and sued for their normal pollen getting wind blown into controlled Monsanto type fields. The seeds are literally patented . This is a monopoly that has potential to kill more than the historical socialism , communism, and fascism numbers of the last couple hundred years . Hundreds of millions of people. If they will kill our babies they will certainly not balk at killing any of us.

      Drugs might be called recreational,,,,,, but food is our very lives.

      I’m a cautious man when it comes to religious beliefs , but I am starting to see where
      Trump may well be a God given gift to save mankind’s very life. If he can.

      It is no longer just a matter of some getting rich and some not.
      Our existence is at stake. The high life days of post WWII America are seriously threatened. With no standards taught our children where are they to turn ? How will they know right from wrong , or care? So it only gets worse.

      Try to explain that to someone of the AOC persuasion.

      Pray for Trump. Pray for our country. Pray for our children . Pray that God has mercy.
      We need all the help we can get.

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  9. Kate says:

    kinkthenorthwest, as we can now see due to their exposure instituted by our President, it is not just the liberals but our own Republican rino’s who are a big part of this mess, money and power talks and none of it is for “we the people”.
    So what do we do about this? I certainly don’t want to have it continue on as it has been but am not sure where to begin, I do know that at this point more than ever I intend to support the President in everway possible.

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    • haoleboy says:

      So what do we do about this? I’m starting to hear this every day as good people wake up.
      I don’t think the answer is going to be pretty. But as of yet I try our established system.

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  10. gawntrail says:

    Any price change of food directly affects every single American and his/her budget. Imagine what you could do with 25-50% of your food budget…. Could help free some people of debt and/or spur savings. Major change to the middle-class if that could happen.

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  11. MM says:

    Sundance is on the money with his farming explanation…….
    I’ve had a front row seat as to what has been done to small family farms….
    If you’re not a corporate grower it’s hard to survive in the farming industry…….
    Buy local and support small family farms when you can….

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    • Ackman420 says:

      The rec/med cannabis industry is going through a similar process. Still at the early stages, but the train is rolling. Small growers are being regulated out of business. The consumer price stays the same (before taxes), while the cost inputs keep increasing. The only way to make it is to scale up, borrow to do so, sell out, and jump on the train … or break the law.

      It used to be that the criminality of cannabis production was the biggest risk. Now, losing your ass is. Just like other commodity producers. The small grower is going extinct.

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      • Ackman420 says:

        By consumer price I mean what dispensaries are retailing it for. Obviously, the bottom has dropped out of the wholesale cannabis price.

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    • decisiontime16 says:

      Avoid all GMO foods, mainly soybeans and corn as best you can. Not easy. Read labels.
      Organic fruits will have a 9 at the beginning of the numbers on a piece of fruit.

      A five-digit number that starts with a 9 means the item is organic. A four-digit code beginning with a 3 or a 4 means the produce is probably conventionally grown. For example, regular small lemons sold in the U.S. are labeled 4033, large are 4053; small organic lemons are coded 94033, large are 94053.

      The term “organic” refers to the way agricultural products are grown and processed. While the regulations vary from country to country, in the U.S., organic crops must be grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, bioengineered genes (GMOs), petroleum-based fertilizers, and sewage sludge-based fertilizers.

      ==================================

      A five-digit code that starts with an 8 means the item is genetically modified (it has genes from other organisms). You won’t see many of those because only genetically modified versions of corn, soybeans, canola, cotton, papaya, and squash are now widely sold. And because PLU codes aren’t mandatory, companies can label those items as conventional.

      The problem is that although an estimated 60 to 70 percent of food items sold, including packaged goods, have genetically modified ingredients.

      What do PLU codes say about your produce?
      https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/news/2010/05/what-do-plu-codes-say-about-your-produce/index.htm

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  12. Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

    Equal-opportunity term limits should help these NWO pukes from sucking eggs.

    Here’s a better solution:

    We The People need to have the whole election process overhauled to include background checks for all personnel at all levels of government in the U.S.A. The whole election debacle in the U.S.A. has degraded into a three-ring circus operated by Mafia-style political committees, both on the right and on the left, plus the waffler Independent candidates that jump the fence when it financially benefits them. All sides violate election laws. Huge money donations corrupt all candidates. The electorate is not uneducated on their own right; they are uneducated due to NON-DISCLOSURES and massive obfuscations of and by all of the candidates.

    If the electorate is expected to make sound decisions on the political puke candidates, overhaul the election system as follows:

    All Article I and Article II personnel must be limited to only one term of office, bar none. A Constitutional Amendment must be added to limit U.S. Supreme Court members’ term of office to one 5-year term, no exceptions.

    Government individuals, including U.S. presidents should receive no retirement benefits nor Secret Service protection upon completion of service. No one running for public office should receive more than one dollar ($1.00) donation from any one private U.S. citizen or from any one corporation during their campaign for office. All government salaries and raises should always be put to an electorate vote during the general election. Ban all foreign donations and if donated, disqualify candidate.

    Anyone running for the presidency, the Congress, and the U.S. Supreme Court offices should be subjected to a background investigation using Standard Form (SF) 86 covering their entire lifespan and the results of this SF86 document should be made public to all constituents one year prior to election, understanding of course that U.S. Supreme Court nominee selections are done in the U.S. Senate. A lie detector test should be a mandatory requirement before being added to the ballot.

    Additionally, the SF86 results should be used by an independent civilian organization to assess suitability for a top secret classified clearance. If a person is rejected for a classified clearance, they should also be rejected for the ballot.

    Ban paid lobbyists. They are mostly shills with evil intentions.

    Ban government officials from owning suitcases to prevent government officials from bringing money back home when their term of office is complete.

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    • concerned3 says:

      I like your ideas but the problems are more complex therefore demanding a more robust solution. Case in point, you talked about background investigations. With the power and money involved it would not be long before the validation process became corrupt. Just look at the FISA warrant process for proof.

      To quote myself: processes, all processes are no better than the people who run them.

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    • Michael Yates says:

      I like. And if we’re going to make wholesale changes let’s create a marketplace whereby citizens of our country benefit first from the production of products before said products are offered on the world market. Gas, for example, should be cheaper in the US since we are now the world’s largest producer and much of our petroleum is pumped from federally owned land. We should also have a complete list of potentially critical national security resources stockpiled in the event of a external threat so we are not immediately in need of critical supplies and resources.

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      • haoleboy says:

        All these ideas are good start. But how to get there ? The current politicos aren’t just going to roll over and give it to us. And what about their handlers ?

        Again it ain’t gonna be easy.

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  13. Mark L. says:

    Since the early 70s while working for DuPont, all we heard was that the US is going to be a service economy. Jobs were going overseas and my job did. I never really understood what it all meant. Now we do.

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    • Zaza says:

      Yes your job was “off shored” by a company that was bought or sold or divested through commodities while the actual labor may well be being done by a child/slave or peasant caste in China or India who makes a penny a day if anything at all.

      But that’s all ok, you see we don’t talk about the human condition of off shoring your job up here ON THE HILL in DC because you know we like to pretend we are the GREAT HUMANISTS who are so caring of the world and all it’s suffering. WE only want the best and care about the poors in all the world, you know, it’s WHO WE ARE.

      That’s your GOVERNMENT< nothing but liars and the lying scum who work for the liars.

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      • Neural says:

        The American public in general does not care about the human rights issues involved with moving jobs to countries like China. All they care is they get a cheap disposable product.
        You could show them factual information and videos about the working conditions in China, how little safety measures there are, life expectancy of the workers, and the slave wages they are paid, and a lot more Americans than you think would simply say “oh well” and buy the product anyway.
        Our Government is not the only problem here, it’s the symptom of a greater problem with the American people.

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        • oldumb says:

          I don’t think Americans don’t care about the slave labor used to make our products. I think it is that they don’t know what to do. Sure that lamp was made with slave labor, so is the next one and the next one. Who can figure out what isn’t soaked in blood? We care, but there isn’t a mechanism to fix the problem.

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  14. jello333 says:

    A few days ago I asked for help about where to start in explaining to a friend the details of the whole Russia Russia Russia conspiracy. But now reading this post, I think THIS may be a good place to start. Because even though it at first seems unrelated, in fact it’s probably all intertwined. The whole goal is to take down Trump by any means necessary. If it can be done with a phony Russia collusion story, fine. If not, maybe try something else. So yeah… STOP TRUMP is all that matters.

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    • WSB says:

      From what Sundance is presenting, the globalists are the parasites attempting to strip the US of every piece of success, natural resources, intellectual property and technology.

      President Trump just got in their way. Sort of like medication for a stubborn and growing infection.

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      • Zaza says:

        NAFTA, NATO, the EU, CPTPP all are devised for one thing and by one group:

        ——————–
        “Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure – one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”
        – David Rockfeller The Rockefeller-Founded Trilateral Commission (TC)

        https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-true-story-of-the-bilderberg-group-and-what-they-may-be-planning-now/13808
        ——————-
        they are also know as The Bilderbergers but if you mention them you will be immediately labeled an “Alex Jones Kook”.

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        • WSB says:

          Yes, I remember meeting David the baby in Williamsburg once. He is now gone but the family lives on.

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        • WSB says:

          I meant to put quotes around “family.” Wink.

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        • antiqueiron says:

          Well, you can label me a Kook as well then. You can add the CFR too. I mentioned in passing this the other day in a post explaining the difference between the Uniparty & the deep state. The Rothschilds, Ford Foundation, Bilderbergers etc are all at the high end of the deep state. I have never thought completely out what would happen IF say Trump would decapitate the domestic leadership (command & control) of the DS, & leave the top foreign leadership alone. We do have the capability to remove them, that’s what SEALS are for. I would think that it would be better to do it all. Go big, or go home.

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    • Zaza says:

      jello333, actually read THE NEXT post and look at my response there. Getting us out of NAFTA would look like small potatoes compared to getting us out of NATO, the biggest boondoggle in US history.

      If you think Russia was picked like picking a name out of the phone book, think again, the reasoning was carefully planned. After all who has been a bigger “boogeyman” to the average neo-con of the past 40 years than that old faithful boogerBear in the East?

      Knowing that just saying the name “Putin” is like jabbing the twitch nerve on a jughead neo-con tardling like a Hannity or Levin is all the globalists needed, they had the perfect “bait’ for making red-state radio talking heads jump right into the boat for them. The globalists empire rides on a NATO and now EU alliance of corrupt plutocrats who’s world bank scheme gives them a financial sword of Damocles to simply “shutdown” opposition on any of their wealth transfer schemes.

      Much like the idea behind “Homeland Security” an organization devised to spy ON YOU WITH YOUR APPROVAL, all because you will go along with anything just “TO KEEP YOU SAFE”. The Globalists version of the World Union will happen right in front of your eyes with your approval because you will agree with the “thousand points of light” and City on a Hill and the many other phony memes devised to make you think it’s “whats best for you”.

      welcome to the royal scam.

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    • Dutchman says:

      You hit the nail on the head, jello333.

      Many commenters on this site get all caught up in the latest revelation regarding the soft coup, mu russia stuff, but, based on their comments, DON’T read the material like this, where Sundance lays out trade issues, Meganomics, and main st. vs. Wall st.

      As such, they are only getting LESS than half the story;
      “Why don’t Congressional Republicans,….fill in the blank.

      Because they are RepubliCONS, THATS why!

      WHY do they persist to resist PDJT; THIS (whats layed out in this and other articles on TRADE, is,WHY.

      IT is an EXISTENTIAL battle; there can be NO “truce”, no compromise.

      Either PDJT (and we deplorables) ultimately win, or the Uniparty and Globalists do.

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      • antiqueiron says:

        Good post. I’ve been saying that for a while. The DoJ stuff is a side show for distraction. I quit paying much attention to that a while back. We must keep our eyes on the big picture. I still & even more strongly believe that only one of two possible scenarios can and will bring victory for our country. The PDB scenario Sundance paid out recently, which I like big time, or simply a massive round up using military. This will not be won via leverage or chess, it will eventually at some point take men with guns. I just want it to be OUR men with guns.

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  15. alliwantissometruth says:

    Now we see why nothing is done about the leftist stranglehold on our education system, a system that has turned generation after generation of young Americans against their own interests

    They’ve been manipulated into believing their enemies, enemies of their freedom and prosperity, are decent and righteous

    They’re nothing but utter fools, tricked into supporting the globalist elites quest for total control of the worlds wealth and resources

    An informed and engaged people are the one true weapon against tyranny, and that weapon is being dismantled in our own schools

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    • Orygun says:

      Historically, nearly every oppressive revolution was started by the so called “intelligentsia”. They all had their roots in the Universities.

      When NAFTA was being debated I didn’t see how a country could survive with a service economy as there is no wealth being generated by selling each other hamburgers. On the other hand we won WW2 by out producing the weapons of war not providing a service industry. The Clintons started us down the path of economic surrender in a war that no one wanted to discuss.
      Trading with communist countries who can dictate the price of goods is not a good idea and then let them force you to manufacture on their soil.
      The amount of stupidity required is immense. Stupidity=Money$$$$

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    • “leftist stranglehold on our education system…” This ,unfortunately, will take decades to reverse. There are 30-40 yr. olds today that have been indoctrinated beyond repair. I believe it was Joe Stalin that said 90 years ago something to the effect that “ give me the children in school for 5 years and I can change a society.”

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      • Zorro says:

        Yes, the “stranglehold” is the reason that in the not too distant future we are likely to be a totalitarian Demosocialist piece of geography. I can’t say country because there will be no country with open borders.

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  16. Monticello says:

    One example of Big At is prime 400 to 600 pound Black Angus selling on the hood at stockyards for $1.35 per pound but $9.99 Ribeyes in your local market. Even accounting for processing, transport and feeder lots the disparity is plain.

    Again you nail it Sundance, if our economy isn’t wrested away from the NWO and Wall Street we are doomed as a middle class no matter the other obvious threats.

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    • Monticello says:

      *hoof AG

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    • snellvillebob says:

      Several years ago I was long term storing some food and decided Split Peas would be nice. The average price was $1.15 and the best price I could find was 99 cents a pound until I initially thought I hit the jackpot: 14 cents a pound! The small print said 40,000 pounds minimum order.
      Still, that is an 821% markup.

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  17. MIKE says:

    I am thankful for the few “lukewarm defenders” such as Robert Lighthizer and Wilbur Ross, possibly Mike Pompeo, who have allied themselves with the President in his brave efforts to return the fruits of the hardest working denizens of the greatest country ever, to those who created it; the United States middle class.
    I just wish there were more players who I could solidly say have more interest in this repatriation of wealth , IOW, who exactly are the good guys and who are the bad guys? My bad guys list is several pages long , and my good guys list has a few names, but written in pencil.

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  18. Janice says:

    So brilliant – even a GED educated person like me can grasp it! Sundance is the best!

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  19. freepetta says:

    That’s why much of our food is contaminated and poor quality. I don’t care 🤷🏻‍♀️ to eat fruit from Chile, Argentina and Mexico.
    Upstate NY has been skeletonized by globalists. It’s sickening and disgusting!! It’s time the US supported our farmers instead of putting them out of business with stupid regulations and unreasonable ecological bs so we have to buy foreign fruits, vegetables and meats. It’s ridiculous!!

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  20. Carrie says:

    I read this on Twitter (I think on Thomas Sowell- not really him):
    Democrats are: A bunch of rich people convincing poor people to vote for rich people by telling the poor people that other rich people are the reason they are poor….

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  21. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    And….to put a cap on this…..I believe Sundance has already stated this……..

    What happens when thousands of illegals flood the country?
    The Government, gives them welfare, EBT, food stamps.
    What do the illegals receiving these benefits do……they buy the food….they buy the food Sundance just wrote about.

    Overpriced food…..they do not care about prices….it is free to them….but the multi-nationals make a killing on this overpriced food bought by illegals, financed by our own Government.

    Billions are at stake. Why do you think they fight against the wall so much and want more illegal immigration…..

    They are making trillions…..it is always about money….always money….they do not care about us…only about money..

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    • Dutchman says:

      Sundance, in other similar pieces on trade has explained FOOD STAMPS;
      Supply and demand, as a controlling factor in detirmining price because they CONTROL supply and demand as multinationalists.

      Therefore, they will reduce supply to raise the price, up to the limit people can “afford”.

      If a significant part of the population is ‘purchasing’their food with food stamps, that effectively allows them to raise the prices higher than they would, otherwise.

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  22. Smurfette says:

    Putting a face to what these globalist monopolist CEOs look like and why they think the way they do about the distinction between them and the cattle, and they manipulate commerce, watch one of Facebook’s top CEO. There is a war also going on in Silicon Valley and many trying to escape

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    • smurfette says:

      Putting on face on these elitists:

      In the video, the CEO referenced in the video (you’ve gotta watch and have a good laugh), Sean Parker, who is 35, co-founder of Facebook, comes right out to brag that “the social media platform he helped create is programming the population…Every once in a while we give you a dopamine hit exactly the way a hacker like me would come up with to exploit vulnerability in human psychology…”

      He continues to say he plans to live to 160 and be part of this class of immortal overlords.

      This helps put a face on the elitists and why they treat middle Americans as cattle. First, they enslave you to relieve you of your money and then they kill you so there’s room for them to live twice as long as others.

      Sign hanging over the multi-corporate CEO desk – “Like members of a Gnostic Cult, we long to enter the next transcendent phase of our development, shedding our bodies and leaving them behind, along with our sins and troubles”. author Douglas Rushkoff

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  23. Smurfette says:

    Excellent presentation of what is going on from macro to micro level, wow!

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  24. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    SD, is it even possible to turn this around just by Donald Trump being president?
    What is our role in this? What can we do to maximize any potential for success?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      We all need to vote better people into Congress who can help Trump realize his fantastic plans. Vote to support the President in every election. Run for office yourself if you can.

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      • oldumb says:

        I wish that this was the answer but it isn’t. Better people are not available to run. Better people would be stopped. It takes money and a powerful network to run.

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        • covfefe999 says:

          For House seats it doesn’t necessarily take a lot of money or a powerful network. The people who vote for you if you are a House candidate are just the people in your district. You have to make yourself known there only, distinguish yourself from the rest. It can be done.

          We have to make more of an effort, we can’t just say “it can’t be done” or “someone else can do it”. You know? Trump is doing so much work, as are some other key players. We need to work harder, contribute more.

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        • antiqueiron says:

          Elections, (electing better people) are not the answer. Some here think we have years of election cycles to deal with this. We don’t. We only have ONE year. ONE. This must be fixed (or well on the way to being fixed) BEFORE the 2020 election. These are the same people who are operating on OLD rules of engagement, the “write your congressman” folks. They, while well intentioned, totally misunderstand the situation. They do not realize the urgency we are operating under. As of today, the deep state controls the outcome of elections as we saw in the mid-terms. Trump surprised them in 2016 & he won. As Sundance said, “they will not make that mistake again.” So, that’s why we only have one year, or if Trump can secure the election process nation wide somehow, that would buy us more time. We’ll see.

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  25. DMWT says:

    Thune is such a disappointment. Vote him out.

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  26. JMC says:

    Lighthizer did not shine in the video provided. He acknowledged several times that Thune would be better informed on certain issues than he, Lighthizer, was, and his presentation was essentially gibberish. Perhaps this was by design, much as President Eisenhauer used to speak gibberish to reporters. SD’s remarks, on the other hand, were radiant.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I totally disagree. Lighthizer was saying that it’s probably easier and better for us if we negotiate deals with the individual Pacific nations than attempt to deal with the entire group at the same time.

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    • Maja says:

      I thought he was great. He had every fact nailed but humbly deferred to the congressman’s knowledge, knowing there was none to be found there.

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  27. Angel Martin says:

    Great article !

    “Our interests, our position, is zero-sum; if POTUS Trump fails, there will never be another available route to confront the Big Club.”

    This is the only idea I disagree with.

    The financial crisis, and the feeble recovery that followed, badly discredited the global economic, political, financial and business elite.

    The major populist movements – Brexit, Trump, 5 Star, Yellow vests; have all arisen after 8-10 years of economic “recovery”. In every country, these movements all pushed aside the political duopolies of corporate globalists vs PC/Identity politics globalists.

    The next big economic downturn is going to totally shatter the political power of the COC globalists and their PC/Identity politics duopoly partners.

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  28. concerned3 says:

    I wonder, if the existing educational schools focusing on economics are teaching their students this “global markets don’t exists”? Since knowledge, is or can be the power for change.

    “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.”

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  29. Sundance, your post is brilliant … as are your “triggers”:

    “Familiar faces, perhaps faces you previously thought were decent, are now revealing their alignment with larger entities that are our abusers.”

    Two names INSTANTLY came to mind, before you even mentioned the first
    … Senator Thune [aka FAKE FACE] and Cargill [neighboring Big-Ag In-the-SHADOWS].

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  30. NC Patriot says:

    So Sundance—–how much of a dent do you think POTUS is making in the “trillions that are at stake”——in stemming the outflow of the country’s wealth? Are we looking at a glass 1/8 full, 1/4 full or just a swallow of water in the bottom of the glass? What do you think?

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    • antiqueiron says:

      I’m not Sundance, but I think Trump has been & is making a major dent in the outflow. Lots of companies have already come back and\or are making huge investments here again. president Trump has said America is the place to be, “where the action is” for big biz once again. This is one area where Trump has done a superb job & in a very short time frame. Nobody but Trump could have done this.

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  31. Thx SD for posting the video, which shows how artful Lighthizer is in his responses to Thune.

    Also, the self-evident logic of abandoning TPP for bilateral agreements. As Lighthizer testifies, six Asian countries make up the vast majority of our trade with Asia. And so much easier to negotiate one to one than multilaterally–where the details (likely disadvantageous to the USA) will be obscured.

    LIghthizer does not say, but again it is self-evident and part of POTUS’s brilliant strategy for our country, is that we can be FAR more powerful in bilateral negotiations where we represent the proverbial golden goose. I believe SD has said that this is true, even for the behemoth of China.

    The Trump administration has some very talented folks, Lighthizer among them. We are blessed.

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  32. concerned3 says:

    Would it be important, to know, which members of Congress align with our abusers? Know your enemy.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Be much easier to list which of our Congress critters DON’T represent our abusers.
      If and when I come up with a name, that can be CONFIRMED, I’ll be sure and post it, but I wouldn’t hold my breath!

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It would be good to know. Investigate the Senators and Representatives in your state. See how they vote. See who they get their campaign money from. Each person should do this.

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  33. “They were on the cusp of full economic control …. They won’t make that mistake again.”

    I feel I should tell everyone, once again, what this means, what the REAL “big picture” is, at least the bottom line: Real War. Not your father’s Politics, not Left vs. Right.

    For the past 10 years, it has been the War of the Insane Left, to “transform” America and set the “new world order” in intellectual and economic concrete. If President Trump, if we, can’t enlighten them, all of this will (obviously) be mere prelude, to the unavoidable explosion, the meeting of the irresistible force and the immovable object.

    No one really wants to hear this (I have found), but: On the other side of all of this, after any and all wars intended to solve the present, insolvable divisions, is the paradigm I have uncovered, 22 years ago , still held at full arm’s length by everybody, through their (your) dogmatic desire not to “go there”, to think outside of every current box.

    The answer is beyond today’s, or the past centuries’, politics…or economics, or science, or religion. It lies in accepting new knowledge, not any current consensus.

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  34. NC Patriot says:

    Luckily, his trade people have been consistently solid.

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  35. President Trump’s plan to SMOTHER INFLATION
    … NEUTERING the Fed’s excuse to spike Interest Rates
    … through the 2020 Election and his 2nd Term:

    “Again, if President Trump can successfully pull us out of NAFTA your food bill will drop 25% (or more) within the first year.”

    First ENERGY to rein in the Fed.

    Then FOOD to neuter the Fed.

    Finally HOUSING for the encore!
    • America’s Manufacturing RENAISSANCE.
    • America’s Infrastructure UPGRADE.
    • America’s Housing RESURGENCE, driven by Middle-Class RECOVERY and fed by the massive Manufacturing & Infrastructure expansions in domestic Construction Capacity, Logging-Lumber and Materials Production.

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  36. concerned3 says:

    You have to admire, President Trump, just because of his willingness to take on such a power structure! I have to believe, that these people would not have a problem in removing a president.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I am in complete awe of President Trump. He has done so many difficult things already, all while being fought by the Dems, RINOs, intelligence agencies, media, etc. He has sacrificed so much to try to fix the problems of the country.

      People, please don’t blow it in 2020. There will be no better President than Trump.

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    • jello333 says:

      Oh, I have no doubt that were it not for their fear of an all-out, instantaneous civil war, the scumbags would have already “taken out” Trump. It’s WE THE PEOPLE who have so far protected Don.

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    • Colette Baxter says:

      Concerned3, “these people” have done it before. I do think the sheer numbers of PDJT supporters have rattled “these people” more than a little bit. Without any doubt, just like McCabe and Rosenstein with their 25th Amendment fantasy, “these people” have surely brainstormed every manner conceivable to take down, or take out, our President Trump.

      They got away with it before, with others, but those crimes and cover-ups occurred while the majority of the citizenry still trusted the government, and accepted the single bullet theories and conclusions.

      We supporters of PDJT are many. We are loud. We are energetic. Our support of this POTUS is deep. If anything were to “happen” to our President DJT, the outcome would be war. “These people” have figured this reality into their calculus. So they have to take PDJT down in the the hard, time consuming way: down; not “out”, because they would not get away with it this time. It appears to be driving them crazy.

      Every single day that PDJT remains at the helm, his sights remain fixed on breaking up the cabal that is determined to destroy our sovereignty: economic, political, societal, and spiritual. Our own role in this 21st century showdown is enormous. We are his energy supply. We are his cover. They hate us for it. And yet, they need us. Dangerous conundrum.

      They never thought he’d win. They thought they could get rid of him within the first six months of 2017. They had no idea how hard he’d fight. And they never imagined the overwhelming public response that would be generated by the election of a genuine Patriot. It is up to us to keep him in the Oval….. and to never forget the miracle of Election Night 2016. This is the right man in the right place at the right time. God bless the United States of America, our Founding Fathers, and President Trump.

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  37. Buck desnudo says:

    Here’s the problem, or opportunity, we face. How do we get blue collar middle class people to believe in Trump and his agenda? If what sundance writes here is true then the middle class people who vote against him are cutting their own throats. They must be educated and enlightened to know what is going on and in their best interests. Trump supporters MUST stand firm and be informed enough to convince others all over the country what Trump is trying to do.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I agree. We have an important role to play to educate others.

      I’m always in here saying the same thing over and over about voting, because some people just do not get it. Be picky about your candidates during the primary, try to get the RINOs out then, but in the general election vote straight GOP because House and Senate majorities are ultra important. Supporting Trump should be our #1 voting goal. Don’t blow this good thing that we’ve started.

      To people who are not already Trump supporters ask them if they are taking home more pay, if they feel they have better job security, if their investments are worth more now, if they have confidence in the economy to buy a major appliance, a car, maybe a new house. Are they better off now than they were 2 years ago. If yes, vote for Trump because it will be even better if he wins a second term.

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      • Buck desnudo says:

        Perhaps the sales job needs to come from the white house and Trump administration because it sure won’t be from the media or democrats. And you are right, as individuals we need to educate all whom we come into contact with.

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      • antiqueiron says:

        covfefe, serious question. I would agree with your post, but just how does that work? This is not 1968. You do understand that the deep state can override through election fraud any amount of votes Trump can get, right? As it stands today, Trump could win 99% of the votes in 2020 & still “lose.” You’re acting like the deep state will sit by and allow us to simply vote them out of power. A very naive proposal. As Sundance says all the time, “there are trillions at stake.” Yes, we can go ahead and write our congressmen if it makes us feel better, & by all means go vote. I highly doubt that our elected officials, much less the deep state, are trembling at the thought of us doing those things.

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    • concerned3 says:

      Most of us are beginning to realize that President Trump is that hope. And, that we “The Middle Class” are all in this soup together. The question for me is: Will President Trump have enough time to succeed? Because he would not have started this without a plan.

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  38. covfefe999 says:

    Thune read everything he said from the script ADM provided to him. Good boy! Good boy.

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  39. Buck desnudo says:

    If what sundance writes here is correct then we must convince as many middle class people as possible that Trump is the man they need to support if they want a future for themselves and future generations.

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  40. mobiuswolf says:

    One big company store.

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  41. beaujest says:

    Commies,Criminals and Cowards = Congress

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  42. Avi says:

    sundance
    great posting
    a realignment is occurring. If one watches TuCa he is also saying things he wouldn’t say ten years back. the Repubes traditionally backed big ag as the free market party , and it was the left that protested- think Sissy Spacek and Willie Nelson (of course ignored by the establishment Dems). the Repubes backed Big Business closing factories and moving overseas as becoming lean and mean while people on the Left ( not the party bosses) opposed. It was losing Dems (Gephardt) who railed at unfair trade.
    Now its Trump and the Deplorables. you would think that some on the left would support him on these issues.

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    • haoleboy says:

      I can’t prove it , but I feel it is happening slowly but happening. Catalyzed by Trump’s
      actions exposing the duplicity of most other politicos. What they handed him , a veto proof bill totally ridiculing part of the wishes that got The President of the USA elected , opened some more eyes. And flat angered me that I had ever even tentatively backed the Republican Party.

      As for Mitch , if I saw him today I would kick his Azz and take my chances with the law…………..and me being 81 years old. I’d still take that traitor down , just on pure anger.
      I know many fell like this.

      Trouble is Mitch the .itch is just one of the pigs 🐷 .

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  43. Bob, Esq. says:

    Anyone got a link to the video SD intended with “the global order of things”? The account was terminated.

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  44. starfcker says:

    Getting that process start with Goldman Sachs buying up all the copper? From what I remember, they bought up huge amounts of recently deserted storage space in Detroit and started buying copper and just storing it until they pretty much had a choke point on everything that uses copper. If you wanted copper from them, not only could they control the price, they controlled how quickly you could get your delivery. Good way to screw up a lot of small business, leave them hanging while the rest of the bills keep rolling

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  45. ForGodandCountry says:

    “It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.”
    REVELATIONS 13:16-17

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Written 2,000 yrs ago…a prophesy made before the advent of modern sciences, etc., given to a man by God himself.

      Just think….today’s modern world would be so foreign to a man of that time as to seem utterly impossible.

      Still think the Bible isn’t true?

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    • haoleboy says:

      ForGod…… Amazing how many of these teachings are becoming clearer and clearer .
      God has a plan and my faith grows knowing he saw all this. Like you said thousands of years ago.

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  46. Blind no longer says:

    Sundance I am sending this to everybody I know!! Fantastic- makes one really think and look at the BIG picture. People tend to focus on one little section of the picture…you always make me really think deep about what’s important. Thank you.

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  47. concerned3 says:

    Life Liberty & Levin 2/16/19 [FULL] | Fox Breaking News February 16, 2019
    Start at 19:00
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DgwbGIh-JM start=19

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  48. concerned3 says:

    Fred Dryer, create a card for each member of congress and post them for all to see with their statistics. Starts at 19:00

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DgwbGIh-JM start=19

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  49. uptothere says:

    Great information. I only wish so many of pur public servants weren’t in servitude to these large conglomerates. Getting rid of them is harder than ridding lice brought home in your child’s hair!

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