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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Coal for peace

President Trump ended the bureaucratic War on Coal launched by Barack Obama.

American coal mining is making the world safer because coal is North Korea's cheap export, and China is its chief customer.



After watching President Trump launch a 59-missile strike against an air base in Syria, Chairman Xi decided to actually enforce his ban on North Korean coal.

From CNBC:
A fleet of North Korean cargo ships is heading home to the port of Nampo, the majority of it fully laden, after China ordered its trading companies to return coal from the isolated country, shipping data shows.
Following repeated missile tests that drew international criticism, China banned all imports of North Korean coal on Feb. 26, cutting off the country's most important export product.
To curb coal traffic between the two countries, China's customs department issued an official order on April 7 telling trading companies to return their North Korean coal cargoes, said three trading sources with direct knowledge of the order.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping were discussing North Korea at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort on April 7.
That strike was launched on April 6.

West Virginia is the Saudi Arabia of coal.

Having a steady supply of coal available places North Korea in a bad negotiating position with China, just as North Korea having nukes puts China in a bad negotiating position with the United States.

The crazy-as-a-fox president knows this, and has acted accordingly.




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9 comments:

  1. Hmmm. It seems that a number of unrelated incidents are dovetailing together nicely to Make America Great Again in both the national security and financial areas. It's almost like there is an agenda, a mindset or mental outlook, that is driving disparate events toward mutual conclusions for the benefit of the U.S. Could it be that there is a coherent policy emerging from the White House? Who could be behind it? - Elric

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    1. LOL! Yes, it's a mystery, isn't it Elric.

      One thing's for certain, the MSM have no idea whatsoever that anyone's behind it, and they'd be horrified if anyone told them it was President Trump.

      The only agenda they acknowledge is their own!

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    2. Trumpist conclusions are such a nice change from Obamist convulsions.

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  2. Little reported is that the NoKo missiles contain mostly foreign components, many from China. SoKo has recovered 1st stage portions of their missiles after a launch and discovered this interesting information. An embargo on these components is a way to stop their program in the future.

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  3. Little reported is that the NoKo missiles contain mostly foreign components, many from China. SoKo has recovered 1st stage portions of their missiles after a launch and discovered this interesting information. An embargo on these components is a way to stop their program in the future.

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  5. "Cometh the hour, cometh the man."

    I believe that the Lord has chosen Trump, an imperfect man, to lead this country back to the path of righteousness. May His Will prevail.

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  6. Mr. Trump is getting stuff done. Good stuff.

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  7. "West Virginia is the Saudi Arabia of coal." Another great line, Don. I bet DJT wishes he'da thunk it!
    -Fred

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