President Trump and Prime Minister Boris Johnson Discuss “Big Trade Deal”…

The structure of the global trade reset is visible.  The China decoupling is underway; the scale of this geopolitical dynamic is incredible.

KORUS  (Korea-US) is in the books; the North American USMCA is complete, pending ratification; the EU has agreed to purchase U.S. beef exports; and effective today the Japan-US deal is agreed in principle (sans auto and industrial products TBD).  Now  President Trump is working on a post-Brexit UK-US bilateral package.

President Trump has single-handily, and purposefully, stalled the global economy and is forcing massive amounts of wealth back into the United States. In essence Titan Trump is engaged in a process of: (a) repatriating wealth (trade policy); (b) blocking exfiltration (main street policy); (c) creating new and modern economic alliances based on reciprocity; and (d) dismantling the post WWII Marshall plan for global trade and one-way tariffs.

Every minute element within this process, no matter how seemingly small, has President Trump’s full attention. He has assignments to many, but he relies upon none.

China and the EU have devalued their currency in an effort to block the impacts from President Trump and the ‘America First’ trade policy.

Because those currencies are pegged against the dollar, the resulting effect is a rising dollar value. The globalist IMF is now blaming President Trump for having a strong economy that forces international competition to devalue their currency.

That’s the stupid hypocrisy of global banking outlooks. They make a decision to devalue their currency, which causes the dollar value to rise, and then turn around and blame the U.S. dollar for being overvalued.  The root cause of the devaluation is unaddressed in their argument.

The EU (specifically Germany and France) and China are trying to retain their global manufacturing position and offset the impact of President Trump’s tariffs by lowering the end value of their exports.

In the bigger picture this is why President Trump is the most transformative economic President in the last 75 years. The post-WWII Marshall Plan was set up to allow Europe and Asia to place tariffs on exported American industrial products. Those tariffs were used by the EU and Japan to rebuild their infrastructure after a devastating war. However, there was never a built in mechanism to end the tariffs…. until President Trump came along and said: “it’s over”!

After about 20 years (+/-), say 1970 to be fair, the EU and Japan received enough money to rebuild. But instead of ending the one-way payment system, Asia and the EU sought to keep going and build their economies larger than the U.S. Additionally, the U.S. was carrying the cost of protecting the EU (via NATO) and Japan with our military. The EU and Japan didn’t need to spend a dime on defense because the U.S. essentially took over that role. But that military role, just like the tariffs, never ended. Again, until Trump.

The U.S. economy was the host for around 50 years of parasitic wealth exfiltration, or as most would say “distribution”. [Note I use the term *exfiltration* because it better highlights that American citizens paid higher prices for stuff, and paid higher taxes within the overall economic scheme, than was needed.]

President Trump is the first and only president who said: “enough”, and prior politicians who didn’t stop the process were “stupid” etc. etc. Obviously, he is 100% correct.

For the past 30 years the U.S. was a sucker to keep letting the process remain in place while we lost our manufacturing base to overseas incentives. The investment process from Wall Street (removal of Glass-Stegal) only made the process much more severe and faster.

As a result Wall Street was now investing in companies whose best bet (higher profit return) was to pour money overseas. This process created the “Rust Belt”, and damn near destroyed the aggregate U.S. manufacturing industry.  This process also decoupled Wall Street multinational corporations from Main Street USA.

Fast forward to 2017 through today, and President Trump is now engaged in a massive and multidimensional effort to re-balance the entire global wealth dynamic.

By putting tariffs on foreign imports he has counterbalanced the never-ending Marshal Plan trade program and demanded renegotiation(s).

Trump’s goal is reciprocity; however, the EU and Asia, specifically China, don’t want to give up a decades-long multi-generational advantage. This is part of the fight.

One could argue that China’s rise happened inside this period, and as a consequence they have no comprehension of an economic history without the institutional advantages.

Beijing has never competed with the U.S. under any terms of equivalence or fairness; they’ve only ever known the advantages. Combine that reality with the Chinese communist mindset and you get the extreme severity of their position.

So yeah, there’s going to be pain – for them; massive economic pain – as the process of reestablishing a fair trading system is rebuilt. This dynamic is the essence of reciprocity that benefits Main Street USA.

Unfortunately, putting ‘America First’ is now also against the interests of the U.S. multinationals on Wall Street; so President Trump has to fight adverse economic opponents on multiple fronts…. and their purchased mercenary army we know as DC politicians.

No-one, ever, could take on all these interests. Think about it… The EU, Asia, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, China, Russia, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the World Bank, Iran, U.S. Congress, Wall Street, the Big Club, Lobbyists, Hollywood, Corporate Media (foreign and domestic), and the ankle-biters in Never Trump…. All of these financial interests are aligned against Main Street USA and against President Trump.

Name one individual who could take them on simultaneously and still be winning, bigly.

They say he’s one man. They say they have him outnumbered. Yet somehow, as unreal as it seems, he’s the one who appears to have them surrounded.


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142 Responses to President Trump and Prime Minister Boris Johnson Discuss “Big Trade Deal”…

  1. A2 says:


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  2. Deplorable Canuck says:

    I can hear the Liberal heads exploding all the way up here in Canada. It is marvellous to see these two well haired giants getting ready to put the death blow to globalism! The press must be going apoplectic!!

    Liked by 20 people

  3. GB Bari says:

    Excellent redux on many of the points in this article from previous CTH articles
    This makes another excellent post the link to which should be distributed to your friends and acquaintances who have ever questioned you about your support for President Trump..

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    • bertdilbert says:

      We could always go back to a gold standard with a twist. Each country has an allotment and when it hits a certain level, trade closes with that country. With the devaluation game, everyone has a surplus with the USA and we just sit with a target on our backs. This would end the currency/interest rate games.

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      • zorrorides says:

        I’m not sure I understand this idea, using a gold standard and a trade level allotment as two wrenches on the same piece of pipe. Sounds exciting!- tho I may misunderstand completely. Your own original idea, bertdilbert?

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        • bertdilbert says:

          We used to be on the gold standard and never raised the price of gold. In the 60’s they manipulated the price of gold through the London gold pool. Raising the price of gold was considered a failure as it was considered a devaluation. Not raising the dollar price of gold however to adjust for inflation, eventually it drops below the cost of mining.

          Dollars and gold were thus not equivalent in worth and France started to figure it out and started raiding the US treasury. We had started to go into debt and were stacking treasuries overseas and trying to spread them out so it did not look so bad.

          Once everyone figures out the fixed price of gold is no longer sustainable, everybody is going to get in on the action figuring you are going to have to raise the dollar conversion price. Congress never raised the price of gold and it remains at $42.22 per ounce3 last I checked.

          Gold as a trade balance mechanism was ended and we have been on the floating currency system since. But as you can see, there is no balance any more. Everybody plays interest rate games and prints all the currency they want. At some point we need a reevaluation of how the game works.

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          • zorrorides says:

            Thank you so much. I remember those days. I remember Econ classes where profs and books talked of ‘wage-push’ and ‘cost-pull’ inflation. Geez. In the back of my mind was the seed for thinking,”‘They’ are making inflation on purpose to hurt us!”

            And before and after Nixon I thought ‘they’ should be forced to acknowledge past inflation be adjusting the dollar price of gold upward.

            How much physical gold is out there really? Congress can coin money by its own power and it can issue gold and silver coins and certificates – without a Federal Reserve. Maybe you call it ‘dollars’ and whatever it buys is what it’s worth.


            • bertdilbert says:

              I only brought it up because when Trump put the tariffs on China to control trade, they manipulated the currency to negate the effects of the tariffs, Under Trump policy of bring your dollars here and invest here, a high dollar is going to be a continual problem of tariff adjustment.

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              • zorrorides says:

                Right, it’s called ‘currency manipulation’ because it’s not truly representative of true value found in their money – cheating around the edges of inflation. But the Chinese still have to put 20% or 25% or now 30% (of what USA says is the price of the Chinese product being imported) into the tariff man’s customs duty basket, before the product can leave the border and enter USA – and finally China gets paid by the importer/buyer.

                So China is still paying strong, losing profits, just to have a buyer, just to prevent unemployed workforce in China.

                So to everyone who doesn’t read the Treehouse – NO, China has NOT tricked their way around the Trump Tariffs. YES, we are winning and I’m not tired of it!

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  4. 3%er says:

    That’s our president, the first one since Reagan that I am proud of,Love me some Tump

    Liked by 10 people

    • The Gipper Lives says:

      “…We’re against doling out money government to government, creating bureaucracy, if not socialism, all over the world. We set out to help 19 countries. We’re helping 107. We’ve spent 146 billion dollars. With that money, we bought a 2 million dollar yacht for Haile Selassie. We bought dress suits for Greek undertakers, extra wives for Kenya government officials. We bought a thousand TV sets for a place where they have no electricity. In the last six years, 52 nations have bought 7 billion dollars worth of our gold, and all 52 are receiving foreign aid from this country.”–Ronald Reagan… in 1964!

      Liked by 17 people

    • Sofa King says:

      Hehehe, Tump….

      Hehehe hehehe hehehe

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Deplorable Canuck says:

    Amazing that Boris finally found a comb! LOL

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  6. Don Long says:

    What they don’t seem to fathom is that Trump is two or three steps ahead of them in the divide and conquer plan. He sets up deals with smaller Asian countries and they don’t look twice. He looks to Mexico and Canada to re-do NAFTA and the Canadians balk so he makes a deal with Mexico. Canada realizes they are about to be shut out and must come on-board USMCA without their terms. EU didn’t want to make a deal but Trump is working with the Brits. They will either realize they are going to be shut out or they will miss the boat entirely. Trump was setting up the world economic playing field before the match with China even really starts. When it starts, the countries that worked against Trump and America will find themselves in quite a bind.

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  7. flyboy51v says:

    We’re very lucky that the democrats are largely arrogant and ignorant …

    Liked by 13 people

  8. Perot Conservative says:

    Don’t forget his core trade team.

    Let’s be honest, Trump pisses a lot of people off, rubs many the wrong way. But Munchin, Lighthizer, Navarro, Wilbur Ross, 2 other economists, Pompeo are a tight core group. Somehow, they either don’t mind the bravado; understand a New York brawler; love our country; were friends prior; or all of the above.

    Thank goodness. Can we just keep the Demicons and Swamp from screwing it up when he is gone?

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      The answer to your question, PC is “not a chance” if “he is gone” in 16 months… If “he is gone” in 5 years and 4 months, then I think the chances are good we can keep them from screwing it up or reversing it. If the impact to the US is a big as we all expect it will be, it will be hard for any politicians to sell the idea of the US returning to being “the host”.

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      • ltravisjr says:

        I this answer, and is the only one since as SD implies, Trump is a *the* unique catalytical personality in all this. However, it assumes he will complete the job in the time he has in his presidency such that America has no reason to turn back once he leaves. That’s pretty monumental isn’t it? Can it all be restructured and “baked in” such that America at large realizes and tangibly benefits from it by the time Trump’s term(s) are up?

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    • “Let’s be honest, Trump pisses a lot of people off, rubs many the wrong way.”

      Only those with thin skins.

      People who actually get things accomplished don’t have a lot of time to waste on BS.

      Liked by 15 people

      • amjean says:

        And may I say, conversely, that President Trump has many more people cheering him on.

        Liked by 9 people

      • johnnyfandango says:

        So FCKing what. Daddy comes into the board room, flips the table and says do better. It’s about time someone get’s pissed off and call out this crap government we have to do better with less. Keep it going DJT.

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    • Dutchman says:

      “Can we just keep Demicons and swamp from screwing it up when he’s gone?”
      Thats assuming they will survive that long. The Democrat face of the Uniparty has destroyed its credibility, permanently. There attempt to push sleepy joe out there to say “C’mon, man! We’re still your Dads Democrat party!”
      Isn’t going to fool anybody, all its going ti do is inflame the Dem/Socialist, who will blow the party up, totally undercutting Joes message.

      The RepubliCONS have exposed themselves to the rank and file, coming out of stealth mode to counter PDJT’s efforts, too many times. They can no longer hide behind “party of stupid”.

      With an end to the exfiltration of wealth, a lot of the swamp games,won’t be fun or profitable any more.
      What point to being an unregistered lobbiest for a foreign government or industry, if there are -0- tariffs?

      PDJT’s goal actually includes -0- SUBSIDIES; Government subsidies to ‘support’ certain companies or industries. So, what point to lobby Congress, for U.S. Companies, if there are no tax advantages or government loans to be had?

      In short, what point in being swampy, if there is no $ to be made?

      If there isn’t a Trump on the ballot in 2024, and if the Republican party hasn’t been purged of Rinos and nevertrumpers, why would any of the 94% Republicans who support PDJT, vote R in 2024, or ever again?

      Have our own #walkaway, to the America First party, as our former POTUS applies his wealth and expertise
      to developing the AmericaFirst media conglomerate. Shut down Faux in a heartbeat, by providing true conservative alternative programming.

      Always been his first love, and he ain’t gonna retire, as in sit in a rocker.

      Anyway, my chrystal ball is chipped and cloudy, my vision ain’t so good,…but thats a POSSIBLE future, that looks pretty bright to me.

      Unlike his predecessors, I don’t think PDJT’s legacy will be quickly or easily undone or reversed.

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      • One of your finest, Dutchman!
        [IMO, that’s SAYING something.]

        Quintessential Trump: Takes the Money … OUT of POLITICS.
        • No Tariffs or Trade Barriers or Subsidies to Buy through Lobbyists/Contributions.
        • No Taxes to Cut or Government Palms to Grease for Contracts.
        • All Patriot Cabinet and only America-First Federal Careerists left … who all deliver.
        • Only Cabinet-produced Regulations and 2-for-1 Reg Cuts exhausted.

        The Trump Family launches the America First Multi-Media Conglomerate
        • Announced at President Trump’s 2021 Inaugural Balls.
        • They have Trump’s entire second term to make it the Greatest.
        • AFN (America First Network) is launched from CNN assets bought in bankruptcy.
        • AF Election Services is led by CEO Jared Kushner and COO Brad Parscale.
        • They elect a slate of America-First Leaders.
        … Delivering a Landslide INCUMBENT Victory in the 2022 Mid-Terms.

        Then POTUS and Pence announce Pompeo as their America-First Successor
        • Who’s a proven Geopolitical WINNER and our happiest Statesman WARRIOR.
        • Who continues to M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A! and Keep🇺🇸America🇺🇸Great!
        … Over the 18-month Campaign for the 2024 Election.

        Why the hell NOT!

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    • Fubu says:

      Not only a tight core group but one of the most kick ass group ever assembled to represent us in international trade. They are truly a “dream team.” What they are doing will reshape the world and the fortunes of the US economy for decades to come.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Yep: Change the Game … Sustainably.
      As President Trump announced: Take the Money.

      Flip the Globalists’ Game against them through Tariffs and their Consequences.

      Leave them no profitable access to USA Markets and Protection
      … unless they EXIT from every nation that’s been Looting the USA.

      Invite & Trigger the Globalists to invest their money in Reindustrializing America
      … and profiting from creating and sustaining it (e.g., from M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A!)
      … at the expense of China and others who’ve been looting the USA
      … causing those countries to reject the Globalist products & services
      … and/or nationalize their Manufacturing, Services and Infrastructure investments
      … leaving the Globalists ONLY the M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A! Investments for income
      … and EXPORTING Goods & Services from the USA
      … to Bilateral Trading Partners who are delivering on Reciprocal, Free & Fair Trade!

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    • Mo says:

      Some people call Pompeo Kansas. I call him 46.

      Liked by 4 people

    • grlangworth says:

      Well, ‘pissing people off’ just softens them up for that knock-out blow inevitably coming.

      Liked by 2 people

  9. stella1996 says:

    “They say he’s one man. They say they have him outnumbered. Yet somehow, as unreal as it seems, he’s the one who appears to have them surrounded.”

    Such a good sentence!

    Liked by 18 people

  10. Tl Howard says:

    I love this “essay.” Please, everyone, send it to friend and foe alike. Perhaps some of those foes, who are likely friends and colleagues of yours, will grasp why Trump is great for America…and the world.

    Liked by 8 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      ha! I just said same thing below. And hadn’t even read your comment yet!

      Totally agree! This needs to be shared, *especially* with Democrat- voting peeps. It’s just a darn good synopsis of what happened.

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  11. fred5678 says:

    Good thing that GEOTUS only needs 90 minutes of sleep each night.

    Liked by 5 people

  12. Mike in a Truck says:

    Everything in PDJT life prepared him and brought him to this moment. This is what God made him for. The approaching event horizon will determine what/ who will dominate this century. This is the most important war of my lifetime. War it is.

    Liked by 11 people

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

    many words in our language have been overused, misused and misappropriated, but what President Trump, the President of the United States of America, is doing is truly epic in the classical sense of the word….

    Liked by 15 people

  14. Scott says:

    “They are in front of us, behind us, and we are flanked on both sides by an enemy that outnumbers us 29:1. They can’t get away from us now!”

    Attributed to Chesty Puller.

    Liked by 13 people

  15. bkrg2 says:

    This is so amazing to witness history.
    I am so glad to have a front row seat

    Liked by 6 people

  16. Michael Kunz says:

    Yes, please talk some sense into Bojo whilst you have him there POTUS.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. CountryDoc says:

    Sundance says, “Name one individual who could take them on simultaneously and still be winning, bigly… They say he’s one man. They say they have him outnumbered. Yet somehow, as unreal as it seems, he’s the one who appears to have them surrounded…..Incredible.”

    These last words come to me as if Sundance has a twinkle in his eye .. as if he knows something we don’t. We don’t hear ANYTHING about the masses of people and how they work that must be involved in gathering the information required to prepare, make, and execute these deals.

    From our perspective, what PDJT is accomplishing towers above any other man in the history of the world. It is miraculous. It has to be — or else there is much much more than meets the eye. There is a larger, invisible team, somehow operating at a more massive scale.

    Even Sundance (whoever he is — a pseudonym, must be a team) The clarity and accuracy of prediction of this site are uncanny.

    Yet both Trump and his operations and Sundance are simple, and guided by simple truths: Like Vince Lombardi talking about the basics of football, like and alcoholic following a simple formula of a daily routine to a life direction change, like a parent teaching a child to stick to basic principles of goodness of character. Like NASA engineers applying basic engineering principles over and over.

    With practice, you can hit a baseball with the “sweet spot” of the bat and the swing with consistency. Our Lion has been swinging the bat a long time in many environments.

    Maybe the success of Trump (and of Sundance) is a deep, practiced faith in solid universal principles. Maybe there is a much larger organization. Maybe it is purely a miraculous intervention from a merciful God.

    Whatever it is, I am grateful, and have a new hope due to our Lion and our Sundance.

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    • ltravisjr says:

      I have been thinking the same thoughts. What SD offers is unparalleled. However, has PDJT ever acknowledged any CTH articles, or even quoted or retweeted a SD tweet? I may be wrong but I don’t think so. Considering that the president Is hardly shy about calling attention to people who he sees worthwhile, why not SD?

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      • CountryDoc says:

        Perhaps it’s along the lines that Superman did not talk to Clark Kent much either. I don’t think they are the same. I really doubt that theory.

        I’m sure many people close to PDJT read CTH, if not the president himself. I like to think CTH is doing such a good job, that he wants to leave it alone, to maximize it’s stand alone credibility.

        Sundance gives original documentation, and explains common sense logic as well as historical perspective.

        This is real, scholarly journalism.

        Liked by 6 people

      • spoogels says:

        Because Pres Trump doesnt want CTH to be vilified by the Main Slime Media
        I’m happy the way things are
        BTW I wonder if CTH is on that ‘BAD’ list of Googles?


  18. trapper says:

    “The EU, Asia, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, China, Russia, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the World Bank, Iran, U.S. Congress, Wall Street, the Big Club, Lobbyists, Hollywood, Corporate Media (foreign and domestic), and the ankle-biters in Never Trump…. All of these financial interests are aligned against Main Street USA and against President Trump”

    They are aligned against us, the American middle class, American workers, we the deplorables. They are all against us. Our only ally is Trump. He is burning the ships in the shallows. There is no going back.

    Trump 2020

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    • Dena says:

      Maybe someone can help me understand? I thought a trade war is when the trade is between countries that make something. Isn’t it our company’s that are in China making the items that come into the USA. How does a trade war work if we are putting cost on our own company’s. Please help understand?


      • trapper says:

        “Our own companies” sold us out. They closed their factories in America, packed the machine tools into shipping containers, and shipped them, along with American workers’ jobs, to China, where they paid workers cents a day, and then sold that cheap crap BACK to their FORMER (now unemployed) American workers. They stopped being “our” companies long ago. They are now Wall Street multinationals who could not care less about America or American workers. Witness the ones who even moved their headquarters to other countries.

        There is now a shift taking place. Companies who move manufacturing back to the US will do well. Those who do not will do poorly, both in sales and in their stock prices. As for the multinationals who have abandoned our country, well, everyone can decide for themselves who to invest in, and which funds to invest in. And market prices of their stocks will be a bit haywire as it sorts itself out.


        • Nicole says:

          To Trapper – absolutely correct. I worked for China Ocean Shipping(86′-87′ COSCO) when they set up their offices in the USA in 1985. I watched flat beds coming in from the Midwest with all the machinery and the factory walls being loaded on these ships going back to China. They did not want to buy our products but wanted to make them themselves and our factories sold out. It bothered me then and it bothers me now.


    • Mo says:

      The President is a master of Sun Tzu ‘s “death ground” strategy. Supreme commitment meets supreme confidence.

      Liked by 2 people

  19. Arrest Soros says:

    China and the EU have devalued their currency in an effort to block the impacts from President Trump and the ‘America First’ trade policy.

    Because those currencies are pegged against the dollar, the resulting effect is a rising dollar value.

    This paragraph doesn’t make sense to me.
    If the Euro (or China Yen) is pegged to the US $, then their value would go up and down with the dollar.
    Here is an explanation of what currency pegging is…

    A dollar peg is when a country maintains its currency’s value at a fixed exchange rate to the U.S. dollar. The country’s central bank controls the value of its currency so that it rises and falls along with the dollar. The dollar’s value fluctuates because it’s on a floating exchange rate.

    There are at least 66 countries that either peg their currency to the dollar or use the dollar as their own legal tender. The dollar is so popular because it’s the world’s reserve currency. World leaders gave it that status at the 1944 Bretton Woods Agreement.

    Perhaps the paragraph should read “because those currencies are NOT pegged against the dollar”

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    • grlangworth says:

      Well, the renminbi is priced in dollars, so when you want it to go up or down you have to quote its new value in dollars. This is what is intended, I am sure.

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    • You’ve assumed they can’t and don’t “Change the Peg”.


      • Arrest Soros says:

        That defeats the purpose of pegging BKR.
        Countries use pegging to give some certainty and confidence to their market and potential foreign investors.
        Pegging is usually done by countries that have experienced turbulent economic times. Places such as Chile or Argentina for example.
        No one would invest in building a widget factory in say….Zimbabwe, if their investment is inflated away with 1000% inflation.
        So those countries peg their currency against a strong reserve currency such as the US Dollar. Often they’ll use a basket of strong currencies, such as the US dollar, Japanese Yen, European Euro and the UK pound.


  20. Amy2 says:

    Thank you Mr. Sundance. Because of you and President Trump, I am a much better informed citizen. (You guys here help a lot too!)

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  21. The Gipper Lives says:

    The scope of President Trump’s vision is indeed breathtaking. We basically have to come here to find any real journalism on it, however. Are there any others who even approach Sundance’s level of reportage and analysis? (The same is true of Spy-Gate, of course.)

    There must be some good reporting and analysis elsewhere of this economic earthquake, no? I mean the kind that doesn’t make your eyes glaze over. Any nominees?

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  22. JoeMeek says:

    Get aboard the Trump Train or get left at the station.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. dufrst says:

    “The EU, Asia, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, China, Russia, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the World Bank, Iran, U.S. Congress, Wall Street, the Big Club, Lobbyists, Hollywood, Corporate Media (foreign and domestic), and the ankle-biters in Never Trump”

    I would also add to this list Silicon Valley (Google, Facebook, etc), United Nations, WTO, the Supreme Court (John Roberts), The Federal Reserve (Jay Powell), the GOPe, Leftist Billionaires (George Soros, Michael Bloomberg, etc), FBI, CIA, DNI, and foreign intelligence services (5 Eyes)

    It’s remarkable the battle one man has to take on to make the changes he trying to make. He battling over 75 years of institutions and ways of thinking, yet he remains undaunted, steadfast, and determine as he was the day he descended down the escalator in Trump Tower!

    To say I admire this man is the understatement of the century! It’s truly stunning how far he’s come but also how still far he must go to MAGA! We all need to support this man to the hilt in 2020!

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  24. Tl Howard says:

    Does the POTUS’ Chief of Staff attend these economic summits?


  25. oldersoul says:

    This is the only relationship I really paid serious attention to at this G7. And I must say it went as well as could be expected. Our President went to a multinational conference of sneering globalists, and got a lot of productive bilateral business done. It is all coming together quite nicely.

    I think the broader world is finally coming to grips with the fact that PDJT is here to stay, and so is America First. They may hate it, and will continue to resist it, but Sundance is right. This Grand Reset must be done and is about five decades overdue. The final leg of the Cold War was the only reason to extend the earlier post-War arrangements to 1990. We are subsidizing Europe’s socialist fantasies. Thank goodness we finally have a President as strong as PDJT to execute this corrective sea change.

    Johnson must certainly know that PDJT and America are there for the UK when they break out of the EU jail. And that the future will be bright for the UK if they do.

    Now Johnson must go back and fight through his own cabal of establishment, globalist, remainder MPs, and get the job done — just as PDJT has had to do here. I now believe with Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party at his neck, and a very clear green light from PDJT, Johnson will finally abandon Boris First, and deliver a good Brexit. And that will start the whole rotten EU structure tumbling down.

    Just my two cent take on this weekend.

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  26. fangdog says:

    Now I know why Trump went to G7 and why all these non-G7’s showed up. He sure as hell did not go over there to hear Macron talk about Global Warming and all his other Libtard “feel good” BS.

    Trump went over there to make future deals with all these guys while seeing if he could collect the money owed by all the freeloader “dead beats”. By the time Trump gets back to the US, They’ll all be scratching their heads asking, “Wow! Who was that guy riding through here on that white horse”?

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  27. L. Dager says:

    He reminds me of Chesty Puller!

    Liked by 2 people

  28. 335blues says:

    When the marxist obama was elected, i was scared out of my mind for my country.
    I thought “this might be the end.”
    I became a prepper, stocked up and stockpiled.
    I held my breath during the 2016 election fearing that clinton would finish
    what obama had started- the destruction of America.
    Then, like a miracle, Donald Trump took control, and steered us away
    from the precipice. I proclaimed to all I know “if he keeps half of his promises
    America is going to be okay.”
    Donald Trump has exceeded my expectations, and those of others like me
    by keeping nearly all of his promises, and delivering great things he didn’t
    even promise during the election.
    I daresay Donald J. Trump will be remembered as one of the greatest Presidents
    in America’s history. I say that with the utmost sincerity.
    America remains ‘One nation under GOD’ because of the miracle named Donald J. Trump.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Amy2 says:

      My daughter was saying she might bow out of voting in 2020. She’s not all that interested in politics (most aren’t at her age). I didn’t push (it’s early yet). I DID tell her that at the minimum, she can say (from her vote in 2016) that she voted for the greatest president in history since George Washington. ‘Quite an honor and privilege.

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    • grlangworth says:

      Well, maybe history will record that PDJT was just a good businessman, and that there are others around too. True skill-sets will cut through rank incompetence every time.


    • calbear84 says:

      335 I totally relate to your story! I’ve still got the emergency food in the garage and the silver coins in the closet! If the unthinkable had happened in 2016, we’d be in a bleak state of affairs by now. Thankfully, PDJT has restored hope for America.

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  29. alliwantissometruth says:

    Whenever you wonder why our schools have been dumbed down, why our country is saturated with the third world and why the only thing the media talks about is racism, abortion and social justice, look no further than this piece by Sundance

    An intelligent, engaged and free people are the enemy of the pillage of our wealth that’s been going on for decades. The illiterate, the brainwashed and the perpetually angry / easily distracted are what’s needed to keep the scam going

    President Trump isn’t just trying to right a wrong, he’s trying to wake Americans up to the outrageous scam perpetrated by what was once our government

    He’s showing us how we’ve totally lost control of what is ours by birthright

    We haven’t been citizens under self governance, we’ve been pawns in a massive shell game, and we’re close to losing everything

    It’s not just about Trump turning it all around, it’s about Americans getting smart again after he leaves office

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    • MD says:

      Exactly right! One of the reasons President Trump has been so successful in office is he is knowledgeable. He knows how things work, has experience doing things in many industries and works his tail off. Contrast that to the normal politicians that get elected. AOC for example, Zero smarts about how anything works, only experience is as a waitress (and can’t even do that well) and gets to congress and does nothing besides being a worldwide embarrassment to our country. Stop electing lazy, stupid morons!

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    • Best comment on this thread… The last line says it all… I might suggest Americans need to get smart BEFORE he leaves office, but that’s just picking nits. lol

      Some pretty amazing men left us a wonderful set of blueprints and a library of wisdom to go with it. We would do well to use those things in our favor at all times.

      “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.”

      ~Thomas Jefferson

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  30. MD says:

    It will be interesting to watch all these entities that are against Trump. Each will come to the conclusion over time, individually that going against Trump’s agenda is not where the money is. They will, one at a time break away from the group and follow the money.


    • CountryDoc says:

      PDJT is resolute on his agenda and his philosophy: Win-Win is the key to healthy long lasting relationships that are sustainable and lowest in maintennance. Each nation has a duty to serve it’s citizens, not its leaders.

      The actions of PDJT resonate with the souls of every human being on the planet, because they are in line with the purpose of our Maker. They are in line with the beliefs of the founders of this grand experiment, who patterned it after careful study of history and coupled it with a faith in God bourne of lifes hardships and abuse by the King and the Aristocrats.

      His goal is to win — not for himself, but for us.

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  31. ChampagneReady says:

    I do not trust Boris Johnson any more than I would trust Rosenstein.

    I have every reason to believe he was right in the middle of the massive illegal spy operation run by Brennan and Clapper and was actually the one who authorized it in his position as Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.

    Rice was the obama dirt-bag requesting the GHCQ to do it and an equal co-conspirator with Brennan.


    • formerdem says:

      mi5 is under the home secretary not foreign affairs… but for that matter, why assume the operation was formally approved at all, considering how it all went down here. FISA court never understood what it was approving….


  32. Aintree says:

    P Trump is trying and often succeeding in Making America Great in everything he does from border security to G7 trade deals and much more. He is trying to bring added benefits to all Americans at all income levels and not just the rich. But if there is any truth to the poll below, many Americans might not be feeling it depending on whom they mean as the present political establishment. If it refers to the stonewalling and incompetent Dem House, Dem governors and Dem mayors, I get their point. But POTUS is a free agent that is also being opposed by the various “political establishments” mentioned below.

    An NBC/Wall Street Journal poll (August 10 to 14, 2019),claims “70 % of Americans said they feel mad “because our political system seems to only be working for the insiders with money and power, like those on Wall Street or in Washington…Four years ago, 39 % of Republicans and 44 % of Democrats were very frustrated with the political establishment. Now, 29 % of Republicans and 54 % of Democrats remain very frustrated with it.” (Breitbart.) The increase in Dem frustration is likely just more sore losing or TDS but hopefully some is aimed at the elected Dems they voted in.

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  33. BigTalkers says:

    We should resist the temptation to celebrate just yet. OUR test comes in 14 short months (Nov. ’20)…

    VOTE as if the future of your country depends on it. Because it DOES!

    Liked by 5 people

  34. Blue Wildflower says:

    Thank you, Sundance. Now I understand the history behind the financial mess we have been in as a country.

    Liked by 2 people

  35. Patience says:

    BULL winkle


    • Patience says:

      Oops! The above comment was supposed to be in reply to this:

      tChampagneReady says:
      August 25, 2019 at 9:44 pm
      I do not trust Boris Johnson any more than I would trust Rosenstein.

      No offense


  36. mtk says:

    President Trump is the first and only president who said: “enough”, and prior politicians who didn’t stop the process were “stupid” etc. etc. Obviously, he is 100% correct.

    There is a simple counter argument to this process.
    A Google maps based initiative so speak will suffice.

    What happens if the lights literally turn off in America? And their is no whipping boy to base the economic scale to absorbing of the worlds GDP?
    And all that we ask is, fair and recipical trade to ending the ‘Atlantic Charter’ understandings to the Marshall Plan.
    On one hand is the observation, that the Marshall Plan should have served its need by now and the World has turn the page verses a World that NOT learnt a damned thing and has been weaponized against Liberty.

    The World’s order of Peace in the aftermath of WWII was built on trust of American Goodwill that was counterposed by the Marxist ideology. It served the World well. However, I for one believe there should be a measure to this world Order, before it is declared NEW.

    The DC swamp of corruption is undermining that Goodwill to only one end.

    But I digress…

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  37. ann says:

    The reigning power holders deploy every weapon possible to halt this long overdue restoration of reciprocity and bilateral fair trade.

    Was the EU a coercive tool from the beginning?
    Why would citizens eradicate national sovereignty?
    The EU seems to assert ultimate power over all members.
    Is this enforceable by hard power, for ex by co opting NATO?


  38. 4whomthebellstroll says:

    ‘I’m not locked in here with you, You’re locked in here with me’


  39. I wonder if the Democrat presidential nominee will look forward to debating PDJT on world economics? Heh-heh-heh.

    Liked by 1 person

  40. sunnydaze says:

    Great essay, Sundance.

    Explains very nicely what happened to Main Street over the decades since WWII.

    Treepers, please share this essay with Liberal and Dem friends of yours who say they are “for Main Street” but don’t really understand what actually happened.

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  41. ezgoer says:

    Just remember that the swamp gradually reversed Reaganism in short order. His own VP, Papa Bush began reversing Reagan’s policies including raising taxes. There is nobody to carry on Trumpism after he leaves. The GOPe is pack of globalist losers for the most part. And the ever moving Left Dems are not going to quit trying to transform the USA into Venezuela.


  42. grlangworth says:

    Mr. Mosher talks about how Mao and Xi liked to harken back to the 2,000 year old “World of Geat Harmony” vision of the first uniting ‘Red Emperor of China. But this is a history of rank solipsism: Embraced and longed for by a pretender with no knowledge or curiosity about the Marshall Plan’s economic “fix” that outlasted its purpose. What freedom wreaks is not havoc.

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  43. calbear84 says:

    I think most of these foreign leaders are starting to comprehend that “the beatings will continue until morale improves”, so they might as well get on board the Trump Train now. Don’t think the media or the democrats have a clue yet. Probably never will!


  44. teeheeman says:

    Could someone put together a “Boris and Donald” meme? Or maybe a “Donald, Boris and Shinzo” meme?? Maybe an image of this threesome soaring over cowering EU “leaders” and Justin from Canada. Lot’s of room on the train…….hopefully Brazil, South Korea, India and Mexico have one foot off the station platform….


  45. Pyrthroes says:

    By any standard, Trump is a superlative President, his Administration’s geopolitical-economic re-assertion of American interests is the definitive end of the 72-year post-WW II anti-colonial/Cold War era. (“Anti-colonial” because Europe and Russia’s imperial days are long-since past, superseded by China’s slithering Belt-and-Road predations, aiming to secure New Mandarinate supply-chains by shackling downstream polities in virtual debt peonage.)

    Most certainly, Rats’ literally crazed reactions to Pres. Trump’s near-revolutionary spectrum of long-term objectives reflects not “loyal opposition” but an entrenched clerisy’s status anxiety. A free-swinging man-of-action, DJT is the absolute antithesis of warbling ethnic/gender/racial verbalizers, showing up MzBill’s bug-eyed, gum-flapping, suitably tinctured WOC-a-babies for the sputtering gutterballs they are.

    Over the next five years, B&D’s Anglospheric solidarity allied with churning national constituencies, Trump’s remake of the Federal Judiciary, studied dismantling of Rats’ lurking-menace Police State consequent on educational apocalypse plus lumbering administrative/regulatory apparats, will rejuvenate Franklin’s “American Experiment” rendered moribund from Taft’s Administration (1912).


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