China fires SIX WARNINGS to US Navy in South China Sea ‘This is China…LEAVE IMMEDIATELY’

THE Chinese military told a US Navy plane flying over the highly-disputed island in the South China Sea to “leave immediately”.

The US Navy P-8A Poseidon jet was flying at 16,500 feet to get a view of low-lying coral reefs that have been turned into garrisons with five-storey buildings, large radar installations, power plants and runways sturdy enough to carry large military aircraft.

During the flight that was giving journalists from CNN a rare look at the islands, the crew was warned six times by the Chinese military to get out of their territory.

A voice said: “US military aircraft, this is China … leave immediately and keep out to avoid any misunderstanding.”

Each time the aircraft was challenged by the Chinese military, the US Navy crew’s response was the same.

The response was: “I am a sovereign immune United States naval aircraft conducting lawful military activities beyond the national airspace of any coastal state.

“In exercising these rights as guaranteed by international law, I am operating with due regard for the rights and duties of all states.”

CNN was granted the chance to see how the Chinese government is rapidly expanding its militarisation efforts from a US reconnaissance plane when the harsh threat was issued.

The US Navy jet had flown over four key artificial islands in the Spratly chain where China has built up fortifications: Subi Reef, Fiery Cross Reef, Johnson Reef and Mischief Reef.

China has threatened the US

China has threatened the US (Image: GETTY)

The Navy jet's sensors picked up on 86 vessels on the Subi Reef

The Navy jet’s sensors picked up on 86 vessels on the Subi Reef (Image: GETTY)

Before the crew were warned, the jet’s sensors picked on 86 vessels on the Subi Reef that included Chinese coast guard ships. On the Fiery Cross Reefs, rows of hangars stood alongside a lengthy runway.

LT. Lauren Callen who lead the air combat crew on the Navy flight said: “It was surprising to see airports in the middle of the ocean.”

Beijing has said it is necessary for the Asian powerhouse to keep growing its military presence in the South China Sea in order to protect its sovereignty.

China also blames Washington and its allies for tensions in the region.

The crew also flew over the Mischief Reef in the South China Sea

The crew also flew over the Mischief Reef in the South China Sea (Image: GETTY)

On the Fiery Cross Reefs rows of hangars were spotted on a runway

On the Fiery Cross Reefs rows of hangars were spotted on a runway (Image: GETTY)

It says that the regular US Navy patrols and flyovers of the South China Sea are efforts for the US to provoke China and therefore the country is justified in increasing its military presence.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said: “By playing up the so-called China’s militarisation in the South China Sea, certain people in the US are staging a farce of a thief crying ‘stop thief’.

“It is self-evident to a keener eye that who is militarising the South China Sea.”

Parts of the South China Sea are claimed by Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei.

The South China Sea a highly-disputed part of the world

The South China Sea a highly-disputed part of the world (Image: GETTY)

The sea spans 3.6million square-kilometres and Beijing’s claims extend more than one thousand kilometres from its southernmost province, which is almost the entirety of the waters.

The United Nations has estimated that a third of global shipping passes through the waters.

The South China Sea is also believed to be rich in oil and natural gas reserves that have yet to be explored.

China reinforced its claims by constructing the artificial islands which are militarised with airfields and radar equipment.

The US Navy also flew over Johnson Reef

The US Navy also flew over Johnson Reef (Image: GETTY)

In April the military placed missiles on the Spratly island chain during naval exercises.

This broke a promise by President Xi Jinping to then US-President Barack Obama in 2015 that the Chinese government would not militarise the artificial islands.

Experts claim that time is running out to challenge China’s claims in the South China Sea.

Admiral Philip Davidson said in April that China is already very firmly entrenched.

He said: “China is now capable of controlling the South China Sea in all scenarios short of war with the United States.”

In response, the US has stepped up its military exercises as well as a way to show Washington’s naval power.

Communism Was Created by Jews and Serves Only Their Interests

By Willem Felderhof

Judaism is communism

Jews around the world celebrated 1917 when the Bolsheviks (Communists), led by Lenin and ((((((Trotsky)))))), seized power in Moscow. The first legislative act that passed by the new legislature was the “anti-semitism act.” This law, according the traditions of men, made it a criminal offense to defame Jews and Judaism. Even a joke about the Jews was classified as a hate crime punishable by ten years in prison. What a remarkable similar environment we see today in Western societies that are completely under Zionist Jewish control, where brave people like Alison ChablozMonika Schaefer or Hervé Ryssen have to face ritual Talmudic inquisitions, which are disguised as pseudo legal constructs that serve justice. We better be warned for what is coming; today we see parasites like French Prime minister Macron calling for stricter anti-semite laws almost on a daily basis. Same trend, the same tribe, same outcome if we don’t wake up.

After the Jewish Bolsheviks took power in Russia, Jews from all over the world poured in to Russia because, once again, they had the erroneous and twisted messianic believe that their victory in Russia validated their holy law; the Talmud.

For proof that Communism was created by Jews and serves as just another mask for Talmudic Judaism we just have to look at some of the numerous quotes made by Jews themselves about the topic, as they always brag about their “constructive” contributions to humanity.

For example Rabbi Harry Waton writes in his book A program for the Jews and humanity:

“The Communist soul is the soul of Judaism. Hence it follows that in the Russian revolution, the triumph of Communism was the triumph of Judaism”

Or the following quote from the American Hebrew, September 1920 bragging about the pre Holodomor triumph:

“The Bolshevist revolution in Russia was the work of Jewish brains, of Jewish dissatisfaction, of jewish planning, whose goal is to create a new order in the world. What was performed in such an excellent way in Russia, due to Jewish brains and Jewish dissatisfaction, and by Jewish planning, shall also through the same Jewish mental and physical forces, became a reality all over the world”

I rest my case. Let’s look at one of the most powerful and most applicable quotes of the last century made by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (1918-2008), Nobel-Prize-winning novelist, historian and critic of Communist totalitarianism:

“You must understand. The leading Bolsheviks who took over Russia were not Russians. They hated Russians. They hated Christians. Driven by ethnic hatred they tortured and slaughtered millions of Russians without a shred of human remorse. The October Revolution was not what you call in America the “Russian Revolution.” It was an invasion and conquest over the Russian people. More of my countrymen suffered horrific crimes at their bloodstained hands than any people or nation ever suffered in the entirety of human history. It cannot be understated. Bolshevism was the greatest human slaughter of all time. The fact that most of the world is ignorant of this reality is proof that the global media itself is in the hands of the perpetrators.”

Indeed, the worst genocide in history wasn’t the Holocaust … in fact, it was perpetrated by members of the very same group of people who claim they were the victims of one. And it took the lives of 66 million (Solzhenitsyn’s estimate of those who perished between 1918 and 1957), not 6 million

Next is an article from 2016 by Lord Dreadnought

The Jewish Origins of Mao’s Communist Regime in China

U.S.A. and western journalists and historians are prohibited from writing about the Jewish origins of Mao Tse Tung’s Red Chinese revolution. In fact, Mao was schooled by Skull and Bonesmen and initiated into the internationalist Masonic Lodge by socialist Jews from the United States. This was done with the tacit permission of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a 32nd degree Mason and, later, President Harry S. Truman a 33rd degree Mason. Mao all along has been a closely-controlled puppet of Jewish revolutionaries—men like ((((((Israel Epstein)))))) and ((((((Sidney Shapiro)))))), who lived in China and had the reins of power over two key areas of Beijing’s Communist Government—the treasury (money) and the media (propaganda). Interestingly, Zionist Jews hold sway over these same two essential instruments of government today in the United States and most if not all other Western countries.

The covert Jewish control of Mao and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) explains why convicted Jewish spy ((((((Jonathan Pollard)))))), found guilty of stealing thousands of classified documents from the Defense Department where he worked, gave these materials to his masters, the Israeli Mossad operating in the U.S.A. The Israelis, in turn, transferred these valuable military secrets straight to Red crypto Chinese dictators in Beijing.

Communist China was created by Rothschilds and their agents

October 1 1949, Mao Tse Tsung declared the founding of the People’s Republic of China in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. He was funded by ((((((Rothschild)))))) created Communism in Russia and also the following ((((((Rothschild)))))) agents: ((((((Solomon)))))) Adler, a former United States Treasury official who was a Soviet Spy; ((((((Israel Epstein)))))), the son of a Jewish Bolshevik imprisoned by the Tsar in Russia for trying to ferment a revolution there; and Frank Coe, a leading official of the ((((((Rothschild)))))) owned IMF. Jews were behind the rise to power of Mao Tse Tung, the communist dictator of China, who tortured and murdered tens of millions of Chinese (mostly Christians) during his brutal reign. ((((((Sidney Shapiro)))))), an American Jew, was in charge of China’s propaganda organ. Another Jew, ((((((Israel Epstein)))))), was Mao’s Minister of Appropriations (Finance).

Mao would murder sixty million innocent Chinese people under his rule mainly to destroy traditional Chinese culture in order to gain total control. As with Christianity, any practitioners of spiritual systems were outlawed, killed, and thrown into gulags, to die a slow death through slave labor, starvation and torture. The Communistic systems became the new culture of control. With China under their flag, Tibet was next on the list as being the last bastion of spiritual and historical knowledge. All the Jewish systems seek to remove spiritual knowledge from Gentiles and keep it in the hands of the Jewish elite. This is a major part of their indoctrination program. There has been a major Jewish population in China for over a thousand years such as the Jews of Kaifeng.

China has been built up into the biggest global superpower by the Jewish financial elite and every valuable Western technology has been shipped there. This was identical to what the Jews did with their USSR, turning it into a massive super state of military superpower, to wage conquest upon the rest of the earth, which they did. The only reason they were halted was the second war monkey wrenched their plans globally and led to the stagnation and fall of the USSR. There are reports that the America tactical silos are contracted to Israeli firms for certain electronics’ functions, they also have their agents all over the Pentagon and other key Western military and government networks.

The covert Jewish control of Mao and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) explains why convicted Jewish spy ((((((Jonathan Pollard)))))), found guilty of stealing thousands of classified documents from the Defense Department where he worked, gave these materials to his masters, the Israeli Mossad operating in the U.S.A. The Israelis, in turn, transferred these valuable military secrets straight to Red Chinese dictators in Beijing. Pollard, a Jew born in Galveston, Texas, sits in a federal prison today. Recently, when Israeli Prime Minister ((((((Netanyahu)))))) came to America, he visited Pollard in prison and assured the despicable turncoat Israeli spy that the Israeli government was working behind-the-scenes with Obama’s White House to pardon the convicted spy. Meanwhile, Pollard is a national hero in Israel—honored for stealing America’s most precious military secrets which Israel gave to Communist China. [Ren Ed: Pollard was released by Obama]

Even now according to official statistics Communist China again carried out more executions than the rest of the world put together. Amnesty International believes thousands are executed and sentenced to death there every year, but with numbers kept a state secret the true figure is impossible to determine.

‘Whatever the price of the Chinese Revolution, it has obviously succeeded not only in producing more efficient and dedicated administration, but also in fostering high morale and community of purpose. The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history’.–  David Rockefeller.

Soft Power

The most under reported, however is the “Soft Power” tactic currently being implemented by the Peoples Republic of China in the United States.

It was America that showed the world how to mass produce everything from automobiles to televisions to airplanes.  It was the great American manufacturing base that crushed Germany and Japan in World War II.  But now we are witnessing the deindustrialization of America. Thanks to Jewish control over government, thousands of factories have left the United States and moved to China in the past decade alone.  Millions upon millions of manufacturing jobs have been lost in the same time period. The United States has become a nation that consumes everything in sight and yet produces increasingly little.

The United States has become bloated and spoiled and our economy is now just a shadow of what it once was. Once upon a time America could literally outproduce the rest of the world combined. Today that is no longer true, but Americans sure do consume more than anyone else in the world.

The Economic Policy Institute in Washington, D.C., estimates that America lost 2.7 million jobs as a result of the U.S.-China trade deficit between 2001 and 2011, 2.1 million of them in manufacturing. Wages of American workers have also suffered due to the competition with cheap Chinese labor, EPI says. A typical two-earner household loses around $2,500 per year from this dynamic.

Manufacturing was the hardest-hit industry, with fabrication of high-tech goods like semiconductors and electronics suffering the most, accounting for more than half of the $217.5 billion increase in the trade deficit between 2001 and 2011.

Most of the jobs lost or displaced by trade with China between 2001 and 2011 were in manufacturing industries (more than 2.1 million jobs, or 76.9 percent). Within manufacturing, rapidly growing imports of computer and electronic products (including computers, parts, semiconductors, and audio-video equipment) accounted for 54.9 percent of the $217.5 billion increase in the U.S. trade deficit with China between 2001 and 2011. The growth of this deficit contributed to the elimination of 1,064,800 U.S. jobs in computer and electronic products in this period. Indeed, in 2011, the total U.S. trade deficit with China was $301.6 billion—$139.3 billion of which was in computer and electronic products.

Thanks to the suicidal manufacturing policy in US, China GDP has risen from $350 billion in 1990 to $20 trillion (PPP) and surpassed the US in terms of GDP based on purchasing power parity (PPP). United States of America was the largest but International Monetary Fund and World Bank rank China since as the world’s largest economy. The US has been the global economic leader since overtaking the UK in 1872. Most economists previously thought China would pull ahead in 2019.


So if the United States continues to allow its manufacturing base to erode at a staggering pace how in the world can the U.S. continue to consider itself to be a great nation? We have created the biggest debt bubble in the history of the world in an effort to maintain a very high standard of living, but the current state of affairs is not anywhere close to sustainable. As of June 30, 2012, China held a total of $3.24 trillion in foreign exchange reserves (((((((Bloomberg)))))) News 2012), about 70 percent of which were held in U.S. dollars. Every single month America does into more debt to communist China and every single month America gets poorer.

The deindustrialization and debt of the United States should be a top concern for every man, woman and child in the country. It is not that hard to understand what happens when the debt bubble pops. But sadly, most Americans do not have any idea what is going on around them.

Because America’s debt is exploding to unmanageable proportions, the United States finds itself financially dependent on China as one of its main creditors. Americans owe The Peoples Republic well over a trillion dollars and are going further into debt, but the Communist ruling elite in Beijing are not satisfied with having the U.S. as a virtual debtor client state. China’s political elite are also using their financial power to manipulate how Americans think — or don’t think — about China. Along with computers, electronics, and house wares, a new kind of Political Correctness is also being manufactured in China.

The Communist elite which controls China wants Hollywood to portray the Peoples Republic in a favorable light to American audiences, while rewarding the hard Left U.S. film industry with hefty profits for their cooperation.

These are dangerous events which directly threaten the United States. The threats offered by an increasing powerful Communist China are already all but ignored by the zionist mass media in US, both on the Right as well as on the Left. Beijing’s elite, however, are taking no chances. Ignoring the China threat is not enough, the American people must be made to love the Peoples Republic and all its works.


From looking at things, the Syrian conflict could be a smaller warm up to a planned global conflict. Russia has already participated in 2013 in a mass joint war games exercise with China on Eastern European soil with thousands of Red Chinese troops. They where training specifically for war against Western forces, this was kept out of the mainstream of course. This is what America and Western Europe have been prepped for over the decades, and how they planned to take Germany down into Communism during the First war, which they manipulated into existence for the sole purpose of taking all of Europe down into Communism, and they nearly did. It is a repeating set of tactics they are using.

The West is past the demoralization point and has entered into the destabilization phase. The Protest Wall St was organized by Jewish agents of ((((((Rothschild)))))) to be the start of a Communist movement, which is part of the subversion of decades of indoctrination of students into Communist ideals. At this point, one way or another, Zionists are seeking to take the West down should they start a full out Communist revolution, civil war or open war. One way or another, it seems Red Chinese troops will be on Western Soil “Liberating” us from the Fascist oppressors. This is what the Jews did with the Red Army rolling over Europe and the East, enslaving the many for the Jews.

This article originally appeared on Dutch Anarchy.

Trump Proposes Another $200 Billion in Tariffs on China

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
July 11, 2018

It looks like Trump is going to keep slapping tariffs on China until they come to their senses and strike a fair trade deal. Even if they don’t, we still win in the end.

The President is readying another round of tariffs on China. Considering the massive trade deficit the United States has with the chinks, this is definitely the right move. The more tariffs the better.


The Trump administration on Tuesday published a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese goods that it proposes to hit with an additional 10 percent tariff, escalating a mounting trade war between the two countries.

“Rather than address our legitimate concerns, China has begun to retaliate against U.S. products,” U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said in a statement. “There is no justification for such action.”

The move also comes after the U.S. last week imposed a 25 percent tariff on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods, prompting China to retaliate in lockstep. China immediately began adding tariffs on 545 American imports — many of them agricultural products such as soybeans, cotton, rice, sorghum, beef, pork, dairy, nuts and produce. Both countries have also pledged to add tariffs on another $16 billion worth of goods.

The latest action carries through on a threat that President Donald Trump made in June, when he ordered trade officials to draw up a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese goods that would be hit with a 10 percent tariff after Beijing vowed the retaliatory moves.

The United States currently has a trade deficit in goods floating around $800 billion a year with China. That number hit record levels this year.

If China refuses to strike a fair trade deal, Trump should slap as many tariffs on their products as possible. It’s of little consequence if we have to pay more for their poorly made chink crap. It just means that people will be more likely to buy American products. It also means more jobs and higher wages for the American worker.

And besides, it’s time for “Made in the USA” to make a comeback. Before this massive trade imbalance came about, most people considered Chinese products to be of inferior quality. American made products were always of higher quality because they were made by White men who took pride in their work. It was also considered the patriotic duty of Americans to buy American made products.

The fact of the matter is that China has screwed the United States on trade for many years. They’ve made it difficult to impossible for American companies to access the Chinese market. At the same time, Chinese companies have been allowed to access the American market with few barriers.

This era of insanity is coming to an end thanks to Trump. It’d be in the chinks best interest to recognize this and strike a deal that’s fair for both parties.

Will Trump’s trade war with China give the US military the breathing space it needs?

via National Interest.

The conventional wisdom of the international expert class is that “you can’t win a trade war.” What they really mean is that you can’t win a trade war in a fair game . If all sides start in balance, the rules are the same for everyone, and no player has coercive power over any other, the winning strategy is for everyone to cooperate. Economics 101.

But if one country starts with a massive trade deficit, the existing rules are written to favor its opponents. And when the country with the trade deficit just happens to be the most powerful country in the world, it’s safe to say that there are multiple paths to victory.

Despite being widely ridiculed in the press, the homespun wisdom encapsulated in President Donald Trump’s April 4 tweet that “When you’re already $500 Billion DOWN, you can’t lose!” is essentially correct. The only thing incorrect was the figure. The U.S. trade deficit was $568 billion in 2017, and that figure incorporates America’s trade surplus in services. America’s trade deficit in goods alone was a whopping $811 billion.

Story here.

If you’re focused on the Chinese military, the US military and how things are playing out then you can be excused if you see the trade war between the US and China as a good thing.


The rise of the Chinese military has been fueled by the unfair trade practices of that regime.


China has stolen intellectual property, coerced technology from greedy Western corporations in a SUCCESSFUL bid to cheat its natural development path and to accelerate it beyond what would be considered natural growth.


This trade war could starve the Chinese military of much needed funds.  Their war machine could be strangled on its tricycle (we missed the opportunity to strangle it in its crib) and potentially disrupt their long range plans to supplant the US as the dominant military power on the planet.


What might be seen as a reckless move by Trump could have a profound effect on the balance of power for generations.  If the Chinese don’t yield…If Trump doesn’t waiver in the face of blistering criticism from the globalist on both sides of the isle then we could have the breathing space we need to modernize, reequip and God help us — rest our forces….while at the same time causes so much internal chaos in China that they must turn inward to deal with the unrest caused by laid off workers.

Chaos Theory.

Another outcome is possible and while distasteful must also be considered.  This could cause the Chinese to accelerate their plans.  Where once they might have thought that they had 20 years, a successful trade war could cause them to act more quickly just to focus attention on an outward threat.  In this scenario we could probably kiss Taiwan goodbye.


I don’t know how this will play out.  This was one of those cans that has been kicked down the road by both political parties for so long that it is essentially a crisis and must be dealt with.  How it plays out is anyone’s guess but I just laid out my theories, now I need to know yours.

Side note.

Some will ask why place our allies under these sanctions if the Chinese are the real target.  Blame that on globalization.  China has and will funnel products thru Europe, Mexico, Canada and others to avoid our efforts to reel them in.  As much as it might hurt this needs to be a global reckoning.  That’s another chestnut that you can lay at the feet of the fraudulent globalization scheme.

Trump Is Right: The U.S. Can’t Lose a Trade War

If President Trump is right about one thing, it’s that when you have a trade deficit of half a trillion dollars, you can’t lose a trade war.

by Salvatore Babones

The conventional wisdom of the international expert class is that “you can’t win a trade war.” What they really mean is that you can’t win a trade war in a fair game . If all sides start in balance, the rules are the same for everyone, and no player has coercive power over any other, the winning strategy is for everyone to cooperate. Economics 101.

But if one country starts with a massive trade deficit, the existing rules are written to favor its opponents. And when the country with the trade deficit just happens to be the most powerful country in the world, it’s safe to say that there are multiple paths to victory.

Despite being widely ridiculed in the press, the homespun wisdom encapsulated in President Donald Trump’s April 4 tweet that “When you’re already $500 Billion DOWN, you can’t lose!” is essentially correct. The only thing incorrect was the figure. The U.S. trade deficit was $568 billion in 2017, and that figure incorporates America’s trade surplus in services. America’s trade deficit in goods alone was a whopping $811 billion.

The headlines on April 4 blamed Trump for a 350-point intraday fall in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. They neglected to credit Trump’s for the fact that by the close of trading the Dow was up 610 points on the day. In fact, over the three months of Trump’s “trade war” to date, the Dow has been essentially flat (up 170 points).

Nor is market volatility particularly high. It’s now back at 2015–2016 levels, after a particularly calm 2017. That’s right: Trump’s first year in office war marked by historically low stock market volatility. All in all, the Dow has risen more than 30 percent since Election Day, 2018. Ah, the perils of using the market as a guide to politics.

Trump is right to push on trade. A simple return to anything resembling a balanced international trading system would result in massive gains for the United States. What presidential advisors Peter Navarro and Wilbur Ross call the deficit drag depresses the American economy by about 3 percent overall. That is to say, if international trade were balanced, the American economy would be 3 percent larger than it is now.

To be fair, there are lots of reasons why countries run trade deficits, and not all of them are bad. For example, the fact that foreigners want to invest in the dynamic U.S. economy pulls money in, which ultimately has to go somewhere. But it’s wrong to say that a trade deficit doesn’t matter at all. It all depends on the context.

The United States has consistently run a trade deficit since 1976. The worst deficit of all time was in 2006, when it hit $762 billion. That was 5.5 percent of GDP, nearly double the 2.85 percent deficit recorded in 2017. The trade deficit shrank sharply during the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) as consumers cut back, an “improvement” that was not at all a sign of strength. But the dramatic rise in the deficit between 2001 and 2006 didn’t do the economy any favors, either.

When trade flows change due to economic shocks, as in 2008–2009, the direction of causality is clear: the GFC caused a reduction in the U.S. trade deficit, and you can’t give the government any credit for that. But sometimes trade flows are changed as a direct result of government policy, and when that happens the government really is pulling the strings.

China’s entry into the WTO in 2001 was one such policy intervention that dramatically revised the rules of the international trading game. Like the creation of NAFTA (1994) and the WTO (1995), it was an active intervention in the economy that drove up the U.S. trade deficit. As a result, economic growth that would have happened in the United States under the old rules went instead to China.

In much the same way, if the Trump administration actively intervenes to tilt international trading rules back in America’s favor, that will boost U.S. economic growth—at the expense of its trading partners. That’s hard luck for Canada, Mexico, the European Union and (most of all) China. Depending on your point of view, it may not be right or fair. But that’s the fact.


Put under pressure by the Trump administration, America’s trading partners are bound to squeal , and sure to mobilize Trump’s unpopularity against him. Truth be told, global trading rules are so complicated that it’s virtually impossible to tell how level the playing field is, or which way it’s tilted. But one thing seems certain: with a $568 billion trade deficit, the U.S. is not the overall beneficiary of the current rules.

The European Union and China have threatened the United States with tit-for-tat tariffs on iconic American products like Kentucky bourbon, Harley-Davidson and even fresh Maine lobsters. That may generate news headlines, but the simple fact is that Trump’s potential tariff list is $151 billion longer than Angela Merkel’s and $376 billion longer than Xi Jinping’s. Europe and China can’t win a trade war, and they know it.

If Trump is smart, he won’t use his bargaining leverage just to sell more bourbon and lobster, popular as that might be in Kentucky and Maine. He’ll use it to safeguard and expand America’s technological lead. Amidst all the talk of American decline, people seem to forget just how much the U.S. leads Europe and Asia in high technology. That’s the real foundation of America’s future prosperity.

The Trump administration has repeatedly used the authority of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) to block direct Chinese purchases of American technology—and rightly so. In the brewing trade war with China, the administration could go further to rein in illegal Chinese practices like forced technology transfer and outright technology theft .

Trump could also pressure the European Union to roll back harsh data privacy rules that unfairly disadvantage American internet companies. China has a long history of directly blocking American companies from accessing the Chinese internet. Now the European Union seems intent on following China’s lead through seemingly even-handed regulations that disproportionately affect foreign firms—nearly all of them American.

American foreign policy has long been dominated by people who seemed to care more about being admired for their good works than about getting the best deal for the American people. That yearning for external validation has clearly been thrown to the wind. But being tough on trade is not enough by itself.

To win a trade war, the Trump team also has to play smart. Given all the weapons in at their disposal and all the advantages on their side, they should be able to win a trade war without a fight, the way Reagan beat the Soviet Union without firing a shot. With Europe in political turmoil and China on the verge of economic meltdown , a burst of presidential bluster might be all it takes for America to win on trade.

China Calls Trump Tariffs “The Biggest Trade War in Economic History”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 6, 2018

I’m gonna have to read a few economics history books to confirm the truthiness of this statement as absolute, but considering that large scale international trade hasn’t really been a thing for that much of history, it seems it is probably a legit characterization of the situation.

But whenever you’re looking at this situation, you must consider, as the Daily Stormer explained, that all of our goods already have tariffs on them going into China, and all Trump is doing is trying to level the playing field.

He didn’t start this war.


China’s commerce ministry says the country has no choice but to fight back after the US “launched the largest trade war in economic history,” as Washington’s 25 percent tariffs on various Chinese imports go into effect.

“On July 6, the US began to impose 25 percent tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese imports. The US has breached WTO trade rules and launched the largest trade war in economic history to date,” the ministry’s statement read​​​.

The Trump administration’s new 25 percent duties apply to 818 Chinese imports worth $34 billion. They are the first stage in levies threatened by the US on a total of $450 billion worth of Chinese goods.

China warned that while it promised not to “fire the first shot,” it will now be forced to “counterattack” in order to defend its core interests. Beijing has vowed to inform the World Trade Organization and work with other countries to “jointly safeguard free trade and the multilateral system.”

As Beijing geared up to respond to the new tariffs, it warned that the US would be “shooting itself in the foot and hurting the world” if it were to go through with the measure. Reciprocal levies had reportedly been prepared, which were set to take effect on the same day.

All of our manufacturing was stripped from this country not simply because of sweat shops (which hardly even exist anymore in China) but because of tax benefits. The government signed these agreements that were part of a globalist plan to make China the manufacturing center of the world. Ultimately, every company had to play ball in order to compete, unless they were some kind of luxury product.

An iPhone or a pair of Nikes made in China cost 30% more in China than it does in America. Figure that one out.

This may in the short term cause the price of some goods to go up, but the wages are already going up rapidly, so what difference does it make? What goods do normal people even buy? How many times a year do you have to buy a Chinese-made electronic product?

And just as an example here: if this makes the Chinese-made New Balances the same price as the US-made New Balances, importing New Balances from China becomes nonsensical. Instead, we can make them all in the US and export them to other countries.

China: $69.99

USA: $179.99

China, it has been leaked, is targeting their “tit-for-tat” at areas where Trump supporters live.

The Hill:

A leaked propaganda notice from the Chinese government states that the country is using to tariffs to try to disrupt and split President Trump’s base, Business Insider reported on Tuesday.

The notice, leaked and published by the China Digital Times, which monitors media censorship in China, states the tariffs are meant to split “apart different domestic groups in US.”

“We stop negotiation for now, acting tit for tat, roll out corresponding policies, hold public opinion at a good level without escalating it, limit scope, and strike accurately and carefully, splitting apart different domestic groups in US,” the propaganda notice reads.

“The trade conflict is really a war against China’s rise, to see who has the greater stamina,” the document continues. “This is absolutely no time for irresolution or reticence.”

The document also directs media to not report on comments from Trump or other officials, adding that outlets shouldn’t “attack Trump’s vulgarity; don’t make this a war of insults.”

So then.

Let the games begin.

I’m absolutely certain Trump is loving this. This is his field.

And I’m sure he appreciates that China responds with a diabolical plan, instead of dropped-eyebrow whining.

A strategic move can be responded to with a strategic move.

When someone is whining at you and calling you a mean person while their fake eyebrows are falling off, what are you supposed to do?

Call them a fag?

This is a war we’re going to win.

China is Also Bringing the Drugs, You Know

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 1, 2018


At least their not rapists.

And their not forcing us to babysit their children.


Federal authorities seized a large amount of fentanyl they say was shipped to a Philadelphia port from China.

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers seized 110 pounds of the deadly opioid after a routine check at the Area Port of Philadelphia.

Officers discovered 50 packages that contained sealed bags of a white, powdery substance.

The estimated street value of the 110 pounds of fentanyl was $1.7 million.

CPB says their fentanyl seizures have been trending upward over the last several years. During 2016, the first year CBP started tracking fentanyl seizures, officers seized 440 pounds nationally. That number grew to 951 pounds in 2017, and 984 pounds through the end of April 2018.

This has been happening.

It obviously isn’t the Chinese government doing it – they don’t need this publicity – but it is their responsibility. And it really should be an issue that is getting more attention that it is. A lot more.

This is what’s killing people. Not even the heroin.

Btw: who ships two million dollars worth of drugs and fails to properly seal it to conceal it from sniffer dogs?

I mean, you expect this from the spics, but…