Elder Patriot – You know the Communist Chinese are flummoxed when they resort to calling former advisors to President Trump names.
Yet, that is exactly what the state-run media in China has began doing, labeling Trump’s former Senior white House Advisor Steve “Bannon and his gang are the true enemies of the U.S.”:
Bannon needed all of ten minutes to completely lay bare China’s role, in conjunction with Wall Street’s multinational corporations, in exfiltrating the wealth of U.S. workers over the past two decades.
Bannon: “Trump’s long game is longer than a couple of years. He’s bringing the supply chain back to the West.
“That is where the heart of this is. This breaks ‘Made in China 2025’ which is the heart of this thing which is advanced chip design, artificial intelligence and robotics, where China was basically trying to steal our technology and become the dominant high-end manufacturer.
“Trump is breaking that right now.”
The ten minutes it will take you to listen to this video clip in well worth it.
President Trump has studied the Chinese-Globalist-WTO construct for as long as it’s been in existence. Trump’s strategy is to reset the global supply chain and, in the process, break China’s economic plan for world domination.
Trump has been preparing for this since he took office.
Long before media pundits starting noticing/considering how serious President Trump was about structurally resetting the entire landscape of a U.S-China trade relationship, President Trump quietly and methodically laid the groundwork with personal visits to: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (Japan); President Moon Jae-in (S-Korea); President Tran Dai Quang (Vietnam); and President Rodrigo Duterte (Philippines).
… The November 2017 tour of Asia was President Trump traveling to meet directly, face-to-face, one-on-one with the manufacturing heavyweights of Southeast Asia.
At every single stop he broadcast the intent of the visit: “We’re talking TRADE”!
These were unilateral meetings; and, in hindsight, clearly designed to structure the foundation of the current U.S-China trade conflict.
When the Chinese reneged on the agreements their negotiators had made, Trump was prepared: