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Sunday, February 03, 2019

Press ignores Trump beating Red China

One of my hobbies in retirement is finding the big story the press is hiding. Today, the press is virtue signalling over a photo in a 35-year-old college yearbook of a guy in black face next to a klansman.

Don't get me wrong. This is news. A Democrat won the governorship of Virginia by misrepresenting Republicans as white supremacists, only to be found later with a noose and a hood in his closet. 

I don't want him to resign. I want him to stay in office and haunt his party, as he reminds America he belongs to the Party of Byrd and Wallace, and not the Party of Lincoln.

However interesting that is, that is not the big story.

The big story is in Red China.

The communists are buying American soybeans again because they do not wish to starve.

Oh, don't get me wrong. Chairman Xi like Mao will easily let millions of people die on his behalf. 

But Mao had it easy because everyone was poor and starving. Unlike Mao, Xi has to deal with a middle class. Starving middle class people is not an option, and so Xi must buy soy.

The Washington Examiner reported, "China has agreed to resume purchases of U.S. soybeans following talks Thursday between President Trump and Beijing's top trade negotiator, Vice Premier Liu He. It will start off by purchasing 5 million metric tons."

Wait a minute. Didn't our press tell us last year that American farmers were hurt by Red China's retaliatory tariffs in this trade war?

The Washington Post sniggered on April 5, 2018, "They voted for Donald Trump. Now soybean farmers could get slammed by the trade war he started."

It was Hahaha Rubes time again at The Jeff Bezos Post.

Baa. Orange Man Bad. Baa. Nobody wins a trade war.

But Donald John Trump isn't a nobody.

And he intends to win this trade war.

Red China needs us more than we need Red China. We lose one billion dollars a day in trade with Red China because ours is an open market while theirs is a closed market.

That daily trade loss is financing Red China's military build up as it plans to begin taking over the world in 2025.

Chairman Xi backing off on his American soybean boycott shows chinks in his armor. His nation cannot feed itself and no longer is willing to go hungry.

He needs that trade surplus to survive. President Trump knows that. His supporters do too.

Someday, the press will catch on. Meanwhile, as far as diversions go, the Virginia Democrat Governor Meltdown is entertaining. What a way to kick off black history month.

21 comments:

  1. Good morning Don. You column has become a Must Read on a daily basis, thank you. It'll be up to Trump and his Twitter account to shame the MSM into covering this, but I believe that coverage has to be careful not to humiliate the Chinese in order to cure our Press sickness...

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  2. Sady, the press is just a propaganda arm of the Democrat party.

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    1. The upside is that has become common knowledge.

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  3. The coercive power of edamame! Whip em and drive em, Mr. T...

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  4. No one wins a trade war...
    No one wins a trade war...
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    Without fighting.
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    What has Trump done differently?

    Trump fought where others rolled over and begged.
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    The enemedia. The x purts. The elite pea brain intellectuals all want us to keep rolling over and begging.
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    Why win a trade war when you can make big bucks losing a trade war?

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  5. Don't forget the pollution in their air, water, and land. Now if we could export some wild Asian carp, that would be a coup.

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  6. Chairman Xi backing off on his American soybean boycott shows chinks in his armor.

    Chinks in armor? Did Medieval Times ever open in Shanghai?

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    1. Chinese had armor while we were trying to figure out how to use iron.

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    2. Watch 55 Days in Peking again to see Chinese superiority in action. Nothing has changed.

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    3. Don must be feeling his beans, he's baiting the PC Police!

      I won't be niggardly in my praise, I hope everyone does it!

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    4. Someone recently used the phrase “chinks in the armor” and there was nothing about the Chinese in the story. There was hell tomboy for that person. Glad this forum allows proper use of idioms without repercussions. Also brought smile to my face.

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  7. Off the subject of China, but the media...do catch Daniel Greenfield new article, The Fall of the Media Temple - http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/

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    1. That was indeed a great article! Thanks for the link.

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  8. Taiwan News is in my daily reads. They've been on this story since day 1. They're also a pretty much who, what, when, where, why style of journalism and snark free. The only break from this is when some nationalism sneaks into their story. Imagine. Taiwan journalism being pro-Taiwan. Compare/contrast with American fake news.

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  9. Don - he wasn't just ANY klansman. He was dressed as the Democrat - and Hillary - hero Sen Robert Byrd.

    Notice Democrats aren't raising any objections to the Byrd costume?

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  10. Fact is - we do not need China for anything.

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  11. Some like to say cheap labor costs is what drove capitalist companies to manufacture overseas.

    Maybe ... maybe not.

    Foreign car companies can make a buck manufacturing in the US. US car manufacturers can make a buck manufacturing in Canada.

    Harley admitted they have and are building foreign plants while closing US ones due to tariffs.

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