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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

In case you forgot, China is still a communist country

Liberals and their Never Trump sycophants are praising Xi Jinping, the communist president of China, for warning against a trade war.

In fact, Xi Jinping is not just a Communist. He is the No. 1 communist in the world. Bigger by far than his puppet head of North Korea, Kim Jong Un.

Yes, I said communist. That's what Xi Jinping is. He's still the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China. The American media glosses over that point.

As do the globalist Republicans.

People who have no problem calling President Trump a fascist cannot bring themselves to admit Xi Jinping is a communist.

Why we are doing any business with China is beyond me, but like the farmers in "Animal Farm," American businessmen (including Donald Trump) have done business with pigs like Xi Jinping.

President Trump is willing to take Red China on. This upsets the globalists.

From USA Today:
"No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war," he said in a speech at the World Economic Forum before a crowd of 1,250 global leaders and CEOs.
"Some people blame economic globalization for what has gone wrong in our world," Xi said. "It is true that economic globalization has created new problems, but this is no justification to write off economic globalization all together."

The only loser in a trade war would be China.

America and the West does not need China in order to survive. China needs us.

More from USA Today:
Xi’s attendance at the annual gathering for business leaders and the international elite comes as China has sought to present itself as a force for stability after Trump's election and the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union. Both of those events were perceived as victories for anti-establishment forces. Trump has threatened to slap tariffs on some foreign-made goods and sanction China for manipulating its currency.
Xi, the first Chinese head of state to visit the forum, did not mention Trump by name, but he addressed many of the trade and economic issues that Trump raised during his presidential campaign.
"Say no to protectionism," Xi said. "It is like locking yourself in a dark room. Wind and rain are kept out, but so are light and air."
Sorry but we have light and air. Beijing's smog robs it of both.

And the Top Communist in the World dared to paraphrase Lincoln:
"No country should view its development path on its own," Xi said. "Development is of the people, by the people and for the people."
You know who was a protectionist?

President Lincoln.

It is time for America to go back to what works.


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  1. The U.S. is the only reason the Chicoms have anything. We have been enabling them at the cost of our own manufacturing sector. We paid for their military which they are now using to threaten us. If we completely stopped importing from China tomorrow their economy would collapse. - Elric

  2. They may still be Communist politically, but they sure aren't economically.

    Reminds one of the Methodist who can only enjoy the juice of the grape in the Methodist Way, ie, "on the sly".

  3. Speaking of Beijing's smog, buying stuff from China is simply exporting the production of pollution to China. At least we have strong environmental laws and they don't. You would think liberals would recognize that and support MAGA because at least we care about the environment. I guess their first allegiance is communism over mother nature.

    1. They aren't called "watermelons" for nothing - green on the outside and red on the inside. - Elric

  4. "In case you forgot, China is still a communist country"

    I keep reading that communism is a failure. I guess that's wrong because China has the second largest economy in the world and has been growing faster than most capitalist democracies.

    1. That's their line---they publish their statistics and we're supposed to accept them as honest and true. No impartial observers are allowed to look behind the curtain and verify their claims. It's just like in the Seventies and early Eighties when claims were being made how great the East German economy was; in 1989 we found out it was all a Potemkin mirage. Same with China.

  5. Thomas Barnett of "The Pentagon's New Map" fame described China as "20% Chairman Mao and 80% 'The Sopranos' "

  6. Only a tiny fraction of the Chinese population are members of the Chinese Communist Party. Most Chinese people are not members. But most Chinese are almost innately capitalist from the day they are born. And they are capitalists of the most acquisitive, amoral, and aggressive kind. Pure capitalists of the sort we hardly ever see in the US today. Left to their own proclivities, the Chinese people could conquer the economies of the entire world in short order---by honest or dishonest means, whatever it takes.