China’s Trade War Against America

April 11, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

The Chinese regime is the creation of the globalists. Going back to the Nixon era, Henry Kissinger set into motion a staged and preferential trading system that would inevitably build the Red Communists into the very model for global dominance. Approving China into the World Trade Organization guaranteed a distorted playing field by favoring PRC and allowing their draconian conditions to engage in business by Oriental Marxists. Even The Guardian reports that World trade rules too weak to stop China distorting market, “It is now clear that the WTO rules are not sufficient to constrain China’s market-distorting behavior.” The end result produced a perverse capitalism that merged with totalitarian oligarchists to distort, extort and circumvent any semblance of a legitimate free trading exchange.

Read the entire article on the Merchantry archives

 

China’s “Nuclear Option” Myth BUSTED — Steemit

April 8, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

 Tariffs, counter-tariffs and headlines about trade wars are flowing like wine as the long-anticipated Trump campaign against China is finally shaping up. Given that futures are tumbling, the US trade deficit has just hit a decade low, and, oh yeah, we haven’t seen market volatility like this since the crash of ’87 you might think we have enough ominous financial storm clouds to worry about at the moment. But (if you listen to Reuters) you’d be wrong.

China, holding Treasuries, keeps ‘nuclear option’ in U.S. trade war” blares their headline from this past Wednesday. Ah yes, the old “nuclear option” canard.

Source: China’s “Nuclear Option” Myth BUSTED — Steemit

Terrified of Tariffs?

March 26, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

To judge from the impassioned cries of his opponents, one might think President Donald Trump’s tariff announcement on March 1 was the opening shot of a calamitous “trade war” that will end in apocalypse and ashes. Imposing a tariff of 25 percent on foreign-made steel and 10 percent on imported aluminum, is, in some minds, it seems, more barbaric and heartless than destroying Iraq, militarily occupying Afghanistan for the past 17 years (and on into infinity), bombing Syria into oblivion, overthrowing governments in Egypt and Libya, launching drone and missile attacks against other countries, etc.

Source: Terrified of Tariffs?

Tariffs Defeat Globalists and Return Prosperity

March 13, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

The corporate media lapdogs are economic illiterates. Their continuous preaching on imaginary virtues of ‘FREE TRADE’, which is a non sequitur used to rationalize corporatist globalism, has destroyed America’s indigenous prosperity. These fraudulent pundits or fake news presenters are presstitutes for the transnational cartels that relish the de-industrialization of domestic enterprises. Collecting a pay check does not qualify as coherent analysis, much less achieving the real world experience of actually owning and running a business. Academics who compile graphs and statistics would find making a payroll for any venture where their own money is at stake, is lacking compared to a lowly business owner who pays themselves last. The correct history of tariffs are ignored and distorted to keep people economically dumb.

Read the entire article on the Stuck on Stupid archives

After Tariffs, Trump to Punish China for Intellectual Property Theft

March 12, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

 

“The strategy basically acknowledged that our trade with China was not peaceful engagement, but rather that China was engaged in strategies of economic aggression designed to capture global markets, protect their own market, acquire intellectual property and IP of the world, dominate traditional manufacturing industries, and to a large extent take control of a lot of core natural resources of the world,” the senior official said.China is engaged in a systematic effort to advance their economic interests at the expense of the United States and other nations.

Source: After Tariffs, Trump to Punish China for Intellectual Property Theft

International Trade Sinks with the Baltic Dry Index

March 9, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Economists and professional investors follow the Baltic Dry Index because it is a leading indicator on the forecast for international trade. A week ago this gauge hit an all time low. Since then a small upturn has moved the index upward slightly. Hellenic Shipping News observes in Baltic Dry Index climbs to 349, up 7.

Read the entire article on the “Negotium” archives


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