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serf
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Posted - 11/09/2017 :  11:29:03 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote


Unless something changes fast here in America then Our republic democracy is doomed for the common man.

serf

Trump’s playing a weak hand in China

http://www.cetusnews.com/business/Trump%E2%80%99s-playing-a-weak-hand-in-China.rkzOhUPqgyM.html

Ahead of the president’s arrival in Beijing, White House officials sounded tough, dropping hints about possible tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum. In the overall scheme of things, these are sideshows. Again, Xi knows Trump has already caved on bigger things like currency manipulation. He knows how much Trump needs help on North Korea. My guess is Xi’s not quaking in his boots at these latest White House threats.

If really Trump wants to make “America Great Again,” make us safer, keep us economically viable, he should focus on this: China’s ongoing ripoff of intellectual property. The former heads of the National Security Agency and commander-in-chief of United States Pacific Command estimate this theft at “up to $600 billion a year, the greatest transfer of wealth in history. China accounts for most of that loss.”

For years, foreign companies operating in China have been forced to turn over critical intellectual property to the Chinese government and to store that data locally, on Chinese servers. China has used this vast treasure trove of IP to speed up its own economic development. It also continues, with ever-lengthening cyber tentacles, to steal what it can from U.S.-based companies, researchers, think tanks and others. We’re frankly at war with China—and Russia, Iran and North Korea for that matter—in cyberspace. If Trump really wants to not just seem strong--but actually be strong, let him do something about this.

droptop
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Posted - 11/11/2017 :  9:53:32 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Think Trump is doing everything and more that you're taling about? Matter of fact, things are going so well his wife was in Alaska and talked with families of the troops.

In his spare time Trump talked with Putin and suggested Russia / U.S. go after ISIS in Syria and Putin said,, what not, let's do it.

I don't see how things can get any better,, looks like the Clintons are ankle deep and going deeper.

All I've read is positive. Did you hear Melania broke a heel?

Melania looks like she was having a ball in China and Moshell was there it looks like hers itch.
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spasmcreek
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Posted - 11/12/2017 :  10:32:01 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
and china is building a world wide economic funnel into their country while we flounder with trying to give every weirdo RIGHTS....their spending and construction progress at an unprecedented speed should alert everyone of the coming change to the world with China #1
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serf
Anti Gun Lib

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Posted - 11/13/2017 :  12:04:46 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by spasmcreek

and china is building a world wide economic funnel into their country while we flounder with trying to give every weirdo RIGHTS....their spending and construction progress at an unprecedented speed should alert everyone of the coming change to the world with China #1



Along with a mighty Military That Bill Clinton gave them with free Military Technology in the 1990's that we paid for twice,once with inventing them and giving it away and the money to produce them with free trade agreements!

serf

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/30/world/asia/china-military-parade-xi-jinping.html

Wearing his mottled green uniform as commander in chief of the People’s Liberation Army, Mr. Xi watched as 12,000 troops marched and tanks, long-range missile launchers, jet fighters and other new weapons drove or flew past in impeccable arrays.

Mao famously said political power comes from the barrel of a gun, and Mr. Xi signaled that he, too, was counting on the military to stay ramrod loyal while he chooses a new leading lineup to be unveiled at a Communist Party congress in the autumn.

Edited by - serf on 11/13/2017 12:05:10 PM
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