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With the exception of the impending departure of U.S. and NATO forces from Afghanistan, if it occurs, the White House seems to prefer to use aggression to deter adversaries rather than finesse. The recent exchanges between Secretary of State Tony Blinken and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at a meeting in Alaska demonstrate how Beijing has a clear view of its interests which Washington seems to lack. Blinken initiated the acrimonious exchange when he cited “deep concerns with actions by China, including in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan, cyber attacks on the United States, economic coercion toward our allies. Each of these actions threaten the rules-based order that maintains global stability. That’s why they’re not merely internal matters, and why we feel an obligation to raise these issues here today.” He then threatened “I said that the United States relationship with China will be competitive where it should be, collaborative where it can be, adversarial where it must be” before adding “I’m hearing deep satisfaction that the United States is back, that we’re reengaged with our allies and partners. I’m also hearing deep concern about some of the actions your government is taking.”

The Chinese Foreign Minister responded sharply, rejecting U.S. suggestions that it has a right to interfere in another country’s domestic policies, “I think we thought too well of the United States, we thought that the U.S. side will follow the necessary diplomatic protocols. The United States does not have the qualification to say that it wants to speak to China from a position of strength. We believe that it is important for the United States to change its own image, and to stop advancing its own democracy in the rest of the world.” Yi had a point. Ironically, most of the world believes that the U.S. represents a greater threat to genuine democracy than does either China or Russia.

In another more recent interview Blinken has accused the Chinese of acting “more aggressively abroad” while President Biden has claimed that Beijing has a plan to replace America as the world’s leading economic and military power. U.S. United Nations envoy Linda Thomas-Greenfield has also delivered the same message that Washington is preparing to take no prisoners, pledging to push back against what she called China’s “authoritarian agenda” through the various agencies that make up the UN bureaucracy. Indeed, the United States seems trapped in its own rhetoric, finding itself in the middle of a situation with China and Taiwan where warnings that Beijing is preparing to use force to recover its former province leave Washington with few options to support a de facto ally. Peter Beinart in a recent op-ed observes how the White House has been incrementally increasing its diplomatic ties with Taiwan even as it both declares itself “rock solid” on defending while also maintaining “strategic ambiguity.”

China understands its interests while the U.S. continues to be bewildered by Beijing’s successful building of trade alliances worldwide. Meanwhile Russian President Vladimir Putin, reputedly an excellent chess player, is able to think about genuine issues in three dimensions and is always at least four moves ahead of where Biden and his advisers are at any time. Biden public and video appearances frequently seem to be improvisations as he goes along guided by his teleprompter while Putin is able to explain issues clearly, apparently even in English.

A large part of Biden’s problem vis-à-vis both China and Russia is that he has inherited a U.S. Establishment view of foreign and national security policy options. It is based on three basic principles. First, that America is the only superpower and can either ignore or comfortably overcome the objections of other nations to what it is doing. Second, an all-powerful and fully resourced United States can apply “extreme pressure” to recalcitrant foreign governments and those regimes will eventually submit and comply with Washington’s wishes. And third, America has a widely accepted leadership role of the so-called “free world” which will mean that any decision made in Washington will immediately be endorsed by a large number of other nations, giving legitimacy to U.S. actions worldwide.

What Joe Biden actually thinks is, of course, unknown though he has a history of reflexively supporting an assertive and even belligerent foreign policy during his many years in Congress. Kamala Harris, who many believe will be succeeding Biden before too long, appears to have no definitive views at all beyond the usual Democratic Party cant of spreading “democracy” and being strong on Israel. That suggests that the real shaping of policy is coming from the apparatchik and donor levels in the party, to include the neocon-lite Zionist triumvirate at the State Department consisting of Tony Blinken, Wendy Sherman and Victoria Kagan as well as the upper-level bureaucracies at the Pentagon and intelligence agencies, which all support an assertive and also interventionist foreign policy to keep Americans “safe” while also increasing their budgets annually. Such thinking leaves little room for genuine national interests to surface.

Biden’s Secretary of State Tony Blinken is, for example, the perfect conformist bureaucrat, shaping his own views around established thinking and creating caveats to provide the Democratic Party leadership with some, though limited, options. Witness for example the current White House attitude towards Iran, which is regarded, along with Russia, as a permanent enemy of the United States. President Biden has expressed his interest in renegotiating a non-nuclear proliferation treaty with the Iranians, now being discussed by diplomats without direct contact in Austria. But Blinken undercuts that intention by wrapping the talks in with other issues that are intended to satisfy the Israelis and their friends in Congress that will make progress unlikely if not impossible. They include eliminating Iran’s alleged role as a regional trouble maker and also ending the ballistic missile development programs currently engaged in by the regime. The downside to all of this is that having a multilateral agreement to limit Iranian enhancement of uranium up to a bomb-making level is very much in the U.S. interest, but it appears to be secondary to other politically motivated side discussions which will derail the process.

A foreign and national security policy based on political dogma rather than genuine interests can obviously generate some disconnects, unlike in Russia or China, where redlines and national interests are clearly understood and acted upon. To cite yet another dangerous example of playing with fire that one is witnessing in Eastern Europe, the simple understanding that for Russia Belarus and Ukraine are frontline states that could pose existential threats to Moscow if they were to move closer to the west and join NATO appears to be lacking. The U.S. prefers to stand the question on its head and claims that the real issue is “spreading democracy,” which it is not. Policy makers in Washington might consider what Washington would likely do if Mexico and Canada were to be threatened with foreign interference that might bring about their joining a military alliance hostile to the United States.

The American Establishment-driven foreign policy thinking clearly has trouble in accommodating the obvious understanding that the U.S. actually becomes more vulnerable every time it interferes in China’s trade practices or gives the green light for alliances like NATO to expand. Expansion of the national security policy components often brings in another client state that rarely has anything whatsoever to contribute and which, on the contrary, becomes a burden, relying for their own security on overstretched American military resources. In return, the expansion itself guarantees that a hostile and genuinely threatened Russia will take steps of its own to counter what it sees as a potential grave threat to its own security and national identity.

Quite simply, America’s national security should dictate that the United States treat China as a competitor rather than ane enemy while also disengaging from support and encouragement of Ukraine’s irredentist ambitions as quickly as possible. A recent shipment of offensive weapons to Kiev should become the last such initiative and speeches by American politicians pledging “unwavering support” for Ukraine should be considered unacceptable. Washington should meanwhile reject any clandestine attempts to overthrow Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus and make clear to Vladimir Putin that it will not support any NATO expansion into Eastern Europe, which admitted was a pledge already made when the Soviet Union collapsed that was subsequently ignored by President Bill Clinton. Thanks to Bill, America is now obligated to defend not only Western Europe but also Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, North Macedonia, the Baltic States and tiny little Montenegro.

In short, United State engagement in complicated overseas quarrels should be limited to areas where genuine vital interests are at stake. In fact, by that standard one should begin to emphasize the security impact of the crisis on America’s southern border, which has a completely different genesis and is being driven by politics. As British statesman Lord Palmerston said in 1848 “We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual, and those interests it is our duty to follow.” The United States government would be very wise to be guided by that advice.

Philip Giraldi, Ph.D. is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest.

(Republished from Strategic Culture Foundation by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. A123 says:

    Lumping the two situations heavily impedes the search for accurate understanding:

    The “Russia, Russia, Russia” myth has been debunked, but the SJW’s refuse to accept reality. As as consequence the Harris/Biden regime takes baffling actions in relation with Putin that are totally detached from reality. A few silvers of self preservation discourage starting a war in Ukraine, but any constructive policy beyond that is accidental.
    ____

    The China situation is rife with divisions internal to the Harris/Biden regime:

    -1- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce [CoC], and other constituencies hostile to.U.S. Workers, want to return to the GW/Obama exportation of jobs to China. Total submission to Xi is acceptable if it generates quarterly Wall Street profits.

    -2- Those who have seen the supply chain problems from WUHAN-19, correctly grasp that CoC submission is not viable. And, they accurately attribute the global catastrophe to incompetence, negligence, or malice by the CCP Bioweapon Virus Laboratory.

    At this point Teams #1 & #2 each work in their own lane making contradictory statements. The diminished mental state of Dementia Joe makes him incapable of setting a single central policy. Sadly, Harris loves the CoC and will gladly throw U.S. Workers under the bus when she takes over. Thus #1, total submission before Xi, could easily become official U.S. policy if JoeBama does not make it to the midterms.
    ____

    While these situations are quite different, they both illustrate the problems from the Blue Coup. Color revolutions leading to unelected, illegitimate regimes are inherently destabilizing. The “Blue” Harris/Biden election steal is no different than the “Orange” Ukraine or “Green” Iran fiascos. It got a bit further, but it will soon collapse.

    The next U.S. administration will have the opportunity to:
        • Reset Russia relations to be more friendly
        • Strengthen U.S. policy to resist CCP trade abuses and begin U.S. re-industrialization.

    PEACE 😇

  2. @A123

    The problem with the U.S and its deindustrialization, jobs going overseas, weak working class is 3-fold.

    1) hostile elite. I was going to start of this post by saying how I would reindustrialize the U.S if I were an elite with that goal. However I realize the problem is that there are not elites with that goal. There is no one near power or with power with that goal. Not republicans, not democrats, not billionaires, not conservative media talking heads(except for Tucker Carlson). If they say they care, they are lying. Republicans had the congress and presidency, so did the democrats. Nothing changed.
    2) Weak working class, weak because they are small and hold almost no leverage and don’t have the brains and group cohesion to- 1) make the elites care. 2) replace the elites who don’t with those who do. 3) create a democracy for working people without need for elites.
    3) Automation naturally leads to deindustrialization.

    The Chinese industrialization advantages are laxer worker protection, lower cost of labor and higher labor discipline. Nothing the U.S does can eliminate those. So the U.S should instead, cut down on its useless population(people who have kids out of wedlock) and revamp education to teach children how to start a business and provide a real useful utilitarian education aimed at creating self-employed people instead of employees. And adopt policies to reduce the cost of living, decrease home prices, raise wages enough so that one parent can stay at home (UBI that amounts to a part time job a parent would be working to make ends meet). A business tax structure where small sole proprietorships don’t have to get an accountant and other professional help solely to exist. Universal healthcare would help since it would reduce the paperwork and cost of providing employees insurance. The model of companies employing many is going away, in the future if you don’t start your own business you will have a very difficult time finding employment.

    The problem isn’t China, the problem is domestic and the interest that seek to suppress solutions are not Chinese but in fact American.

    • Agree: vox4non, Mary Marianne
    • Replies: @A123
    , @TG
    , @annamaria
  3. American foreign policy is largely determined by ethnic groups, Jews, Cubans, etc. and the Military industrial complex.

    • Replies: @moi
  4. Phil

    A Neo-liberal Homosexual Pederast Cabal(the Biden Administration-CIA-FBI) is waging a SATANIC WAR against Human Life on a Planetary scale. It will only end when the United States(the United Toilet Bowls of social and cultural filth and disease) collapses from sea to shinning sea…or when Russia and China nukes the fuck out this aforementioned monstrosity from…well, where else would it c0me from:FUCKING HELL!!!

    • Agree: Harold Smith, Theone
  5. A123 says:
    @anyone with a brain

    1) hostile elite.
    2) Weak working class,

    Before MAGA, the Elites played a double game. The Uniparty pretended to compete, but never did. The 2016 visionary transformation moved two of the largest Elite groups out of the GOP:
       -1- Globalist MegaCorporations and the U. S. Chamber of Commerce.
       -2- NeoConDemocrats were returned home to re-empower the Left/War Party.

    Getting rid of the remaining GOP(e) swamp rats is underway, but it will take time. For, example Liz Cheney was just booted.

    If U.S. Citizens hold the course a real worker, MAGA Populist party can find the necessary political power.

    3) Automation naturally leads to deindustrialization.

    Automation changes the nature of manufacturing. However, 100% of industrial production can stay where it is before and after automation.

    The Chinese industrialization advantages are laxer worker protection, lower cost of labor and higher labor discipline. Nothing the U.S does can eliminate those.

    U.S. manufacturing has advantages in shipping time and quick response to local changes & needs. If anything, automation helps this issue as it diminishes Chinese advantages in labor cost.
    ____

    Clearly steps need to be taken to combat abusive CCP Elite practices. If a component is linked to CCP subsidies, monopoly, or Intellectual Property [IP] theft… That component will be stripped out of any import.

    For example, the CCP abuses the Rare Earth Element industry. Thus, any import from any nation will be reviewed for CCP Rare Earth content. Any non-competitive content (without a pre-approved waiver) will be removed. An iPhone with an illicit magnet will be pulled apart by a minimum wage customs worker and the part will be crudely extracted. It will not take long before foreign suppliers adopt U.S. compliant parts once entire shipments are “accidently” destroyed on the docks.

    Look at the trade imbalance. China desperately needs the U.S. export market far more than we need Chinese products. A *temporary* waiver process will allow for the new rules to be phased in.
    ___

    Bottom Line — The problem is the lack of U S. will to punish corrupt CCP Elites for their obvious targeting of U.S. Workers. If the U.S. believes in MAGA re-industrialization it can be done. And, it must happen sooner rather than later.

    PEACE 😇

  6. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    Blinken’s fancy verbal footwork marks him as awesome and impressive to the American establishment but in reality it’s absurd schoolboy stuff. American standards are low.

    these actions threaten the rules-based order that maintains global stability

    The US has been the world leader in international lawlessness for many years now, invading, bombing everywhere, destroying countries it has a problem with. The US will lecture others on “rules”? When the US drops it’s hideous mega-bombs on others they call it “spreading democracy” and “promoting our values” in Orwellian doublespeak. It’s all a power game; if the US has the power to dominate through compulsion it will do so. There’s a great danger the US will overplay it’s hand and commit to use of force that will spiral downhill. With these stupid, aggressive people in charge anything could happen.

  7. In short, United State engagement in complicated overseas quarrels should be limited to areas where genuine vital interests are at stake.

    The problem is – to put it in Biblical terms – the U.S. “government” has become an “image of the beast”; i.e. it no longer serves any legitimate constitutional purpose but exists only to advance the agenda of the Satanic, messianic, judeo-communist “New World Order.”

    • Replies: @Publius 2
  8. How is China any kind of threat? Russia even less so.

    With the end of the Cold War, the Soviet Union vanished and Russia gave up nearly all its imperial holdings. And yet, it is a threat?

    It’s the US navy that surrounds China.

    Besides, Russian imperialism seriously crippled China’s potential in the naval field. Manchuria used to face the ocean, but Russia redrew the map so that it came to be surrounded by a sliver of Russian territory that goes all the way to Korea. This effectively cut off China’s access to the sea from the north. (And of course, Main Russia is too far away from far eastern Siberia to have an effective naval base there.) So, in effect, US dominates via its control of Japan and S. Korea.

    Also, if China got along pretty okay with most of its smaller neighbors for many centuries, what the hell is the US doing bitching about China as a threat?

    The only neighboring Asian nation with which China had a strained relationship was Vietnam.
    As for Japan, it invaded China in partnership with Western powers.

    • Replies: @Sean
    , @Realist
  9. TG says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Interesting points. Agreed: if the elites cared, they would have done something. Yes. But:

    Automation: hahaha! If automation were really eliminating jobs, wouldn’t productivity be increasing, as more work is being done with fewer people? But it’s not – productivity is stagnant and declining. The entire ‘robots are stealing our jobs’ meme is a lie to distract us from the real issues.

    Chinese advantages: lower cost of labor? Um, last I checked, Chinese wages were higher than Mexico’s. And remember, when the United States was truly ascendant – in the 1940’s and 1950’s – its wages were the highest the world had ever seen. Low wages are only an ‘advantage’ to corrupt oligarchs who care more about personal profit than national power.

    “adopt policies to reduce the cost of living, decrease home prices, raise wages enough so that one parent can stay at home” – you mean, close the border to third world immigration and stop forced population growth? Sure. But as you say, good luck getting that enacted.

    • Replies: @anyone with a brain
  10. @A123

    USA is bankrupt. It will never recover.

    • Agree: Realist, Thim
  11. @A123

    “China desperately needs the U.S. export market far more than we need Chinese products.”
    No. The opposite. The Chinese are steadily developing their own internal market & non-US markets.
    Given that for the vast bulk of The US there have been NO real wage increases ( for many, real wages are in reverse) for decades average citizens need cheap Chinese goods.
    Further, your marathon delusion that it was (corrupt) Chinese elites who did down US workers is monumentally incorrect.
    US workers were stabbed in the back by US elites & the government they own & control.
    Once upon a time the US at least had the conviction of productivity & efficiency. It business was often run by engineers, scientists etc. Since Reagan (at least) the US has cared about nothing g except profit/money. And the easiest way to make money is via financial shenanigans. Thus derivatives & the rest of the financial flim flamary. Thus, 2007. Thus QE. Thus the whole malignant US economy.
    Attitudes to Russia, China etc are also expressions of this malignancy.
    Essentially, don’t grow stronger yourself — but poison, weaken your competitors (ie your “enemies”)

    • Agree: Biff, Old and Grumpy
    • Replies: @A123
    , @John Pepple
  12. Realist says:

    American Diplomats Are Outclassed

    As is the rest of the American government.

  13. A123 says:
    @animalogic

    Given that for the vast bulk of The US there have been NO real wage increases ( for many, real wages are in reverse) for decades average citizens need cheap Chinese goods.

    Real Wages have been artificially suppressed by the CCP, via abuse of “free trade”. Fixing the CCP problem will increase real wages for U.S. citizens. Some of that will be consumed by higher prices, but on net U.S. workers will see real gains from CCP Zero.

    delusion that it was (corrupt) Chinese elites who did down US workers is monumentally incorrect. US workers were stabbed in the back by US elites & the government they own & control.

    It does not matter if the CCP Elites were running the U.S. Elites, or vice versa. We can add a plank to the US-CCP trade reset — US Elites will be sent to China. They can cohabitate with their CCP Elite collaborators.

    PEACE 😇

  14. @TG

    Automation: hahaha! If automation were really eliminating jobs, wouldn’t productivity be increasing, as more work is being done with fewer people? But it’s not – productivity is stagnant and declining. The entire ‘robots are stealing our jobs’ meme is a lie to distract us from the real issues.

    Automation is only a part, and productivity is on an upward trend https://tradingeconomics.com/united-states/productivity#:~:text=In%20the%20United%20States%2C%20the%20productivity%20of%20nonfarm,and%20unpaid%20family%20workers.%20Compare%20Productivity%20by%20Country

    but you can have high automation and lower productivity. This can be done by the creation of bullshit jobs.

    The Chinese advantage is not solely lower cost of labor, and according to this https://tradingeconomics.com/country-list/labour-costs China has lower cost than Mexico. The Chinese advantage is also labor discipline. Workers show up on time, work extra when needed, low absenteeism, and higher quality workers, according to this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_Index China and Mexico roughly attend school for the same amount of time, but I suspect Chinese schools are better, this translates to better educated workers. Workers are now easier to train for higher skilled work.

    The high cost of living in the U.S is a difficult to address. Stopping immigration and forbidding foreign land and house ownership would do a lot, but there is a more fundamental problem which I cannot solve without outright nationalization of housing, but that is very heavy handed and unsuited to American culture, another less heavy handed solution is to limit property ownership, make renting illegal. People buy a house and buy mandatory property value insurance so they don’t trash the place and lenders/government don’t lose(everyone has a right to a mortgage as long as the insurance company signs off on it)and if you have a history of trashing places, insurers will only guarantee mortgages at low value, already trashed places. just an idea, I haven’t really thought it through.

    Sure. But as you say, good luck getting that enacted.

    Sad but true.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  15. anonymous[134] • Disclaimer says:

    “America’s national security should dictate…”

    It really is quite simple. In US conventional law, supreme law of the land equivalent to federal statute, the US made a binding legal commitment that national security is conformity with the UN Charter. Any national security program not in conformity with the UN Charter is a serious crime under UNTOC subject to international legal assistance in investigating and prosecuting individual criminal suspects. Blinken was handpicked as the kind of ignoramus who won’t know that.

    Zionazi vermin like Blinken is what you wind up with after CIA purges all the actual dips, leaving CIA ratfuckers. Blinken went through Columbia a decade before they paid formal attention to universal instruments, and before it was hard to get into. Everything Henkin said went over Blinken’s head while he was sucking Maxwell’s dick for preferment.

  16. Sean says:
    @Priss Factor

    Also, if China got along pretty okay with most of its smaller neighbors for many centuries, what the hell is the US doing bitching about China as a threat?

    Because the leadership of China was concerned with internal matters for most of history, but in a generation or so they will have a massive surplus of power over what they need to defend themselves. Like the US has had.

    • Replies: @Badger Down
    , @anon
  17. Realist says:

    Informative article. Thank you.

  18. Realist says:
    @Priss Factor

    How is China any kind of threat? Russia even less so.

    I agree but Russia is a nuclear power at least on par with the United States. Plus U. S. weapons probably are much less reliable than Russian weapons. Many articles have been written about Pentagon interest being money transfer instead of war materiel efficacy.

    • Replies: @Sean
  19. @A123

    The Sabbat Goy hopes that Russia can be cajoled into joining a race war against China, her Zionazi Masters’ dearest wish.

    • Agree: WHAT
    • Replies: @Pat Kittle
  20. @anyone with a brain

    The USA is predator capitalism, blood-sucking as a way of life for millennia. Chinese State capitalism is productive and emancipatory for its people, whose standard of living has been steadily improving for decades, as that of US workers relentlessly falls, and the insatiably greedy blood-sucking elite grows ever richer.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  21. Anonymous[738] • Disclaimer says:
    @A123

    Now that’s a good one” that China need us more than we need them” but yet the facts prove different that we can’t even make our own shit paper nor much of anything else, as those huge container ships pull into American ports to unload all those wares that American companies and corporations make over there to have shipped back here to bypass the tax man with their off-shore accounts. The problem is the capitalist system where profits come before man or country, as the one Russian leader stated “we don’t have to destroy you for you will destroy yourself chasing the profit” and he was right for now we have become the “shithole” that Trump labeled other countries with,,

    • Replies: @PJ London
    , @Bill Jones
  22. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Zionazi Masters’

    Zionists hate you associating themselves with nazis, but (((they))) nevertheless are pleased that you use the word “nazi” as an ultimate insult — exactly as (((they))) have trained us to do.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  23. anon[322] • Disclaimer says:

    I think Mossad has enough placements at CIA, FBI, and NSA that they more or less direct our deep state in America.

    Can you imagine all the kompromat? Jeffrey Epstein had Bill Gates on the Lolita Express back in 2013. Look at who Moderna’s chief medical (((officer))) is. Gates might be being blackmailed to push and fund all of the viris/vaccine/shutdown stuff. There is no telling what was filmed on that airplane. Generals, heads of government agencies, Non-profit ceos, billionaire businessmen, Court Justices, spies.

    The pallets of bricks and professional windowbreakers at the George Floyd riots have me thinking that there is more than one intel agency acting in this country. We have caught mossad art students before and just let em’ go. This emboldens riskier behaviors, like bolshevik revolution 2.0 race, not class.

    • Agree: Publius 2
  24. The problem is that US diplothugacy is run by Zionazi Jews (with a House Negro Aunty Tom thrown in for plausible deniability) who LOATHE the Chinese. The Chinese dare to treat Jews as merely fellow human beings, not the ‘Gods Upon the Earth’ that they very much prefer.

  25. @anon

    And Epstein is the very tip of the ice-berg. Israeli infiltration of the Internet is where they get their most useful pickin’s.

  26. @Pat Kittle

    Well they are Jewish Nazis, just as the Nazis were German Zionists. You have the same Herrenvolk/Chosen Race, lebensraum in the East/lebensraum in Eretz Yisrael, ‘Blud und Boden’, endogamous, and actualiation through violence and aggression pathopsychology at work. No wonder they co-operated so happily together through the 1930s, despite sabotage by other Diaspora communities.

    • Agree: Commentator Mike
  27. anon[198] • Disclaimer says:

    China should learn from Anglo-Zionist diplomacy/hypocrisy — all smiles and handshakes, agreeing to everything, then go back and do whatever they want. If America complains, just say “We will look into it and correct the situation”, fire some mid ranked official, pledge some half ass solution, then go back to doing whatever they were doing.

    Alternatively, China-Iran-NK-Russia could coordinate and simultaneously invade Taiwan, Israel, South Korea and Ukraine, let’s see how many wars American can fight at the same time.

  28. (((Tony Blinken))). Big surprise. I think the USA is incompetent on purpose though, not by accident. The rothschilds and other (((oligarchs))) are intentionally killing the host, to please their horned father. No other explanation really makes sense.

    • Agree: Publius 2, Z-man
  29. @Realist

    Amerika has a (((parasite))) problem. Then again, I’m not a fan of the Chinese (or Russians). It’s hard to imagine people here are ignorant of the “one child” policy, the censorship, social credit score, etc. The east may be marginally better in some respects, but at the root they are amoral and wield power ruthlessly against the common man who doesn’t obey. They are also HEAVILY on board with the Great Reset Agenda, which is demonic.

    • Replies: @Marshal Marlow
  30. Anon[365] • Disclaimer says:

    Your mistake is you assume industrial economies are a good thing. They aren’t. The modern digital economies of the USA and Western Europe are far superior to the old school, primitive industrial economies.

    That’s why Ireland has skyrocketed past the USA to the #3 GDP per capita rank in the world. No industry needed.

    China is still stuck at the level of fucking Mexico (GDP per capita \$14,000). Industrial economies are inefficient, ugly, and crude.

    • LOL: showmethereal
    • Replies: @Alfred
    , @annamaria
  31. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    “The USA is predator capitalism,”
    Yes. I would merely add “parasitical” to “predatory”.
    The US since Nixon-Carter-Reagan (& Ford) has followed the FIRE capitalist “philosophy ” — that is, fictive money (in the short/medium term) is just as good as the money from productive capital.
    “take the \$\$ & run” is the US’s controlling idea. But, one day, that money might be worth…. near nothing.

  32. @anon

    “We have caught mossad art students before and just let em’ go.”
    Indeed.
    And then there’s the (mossad ) “dancing Israelis”. They were let go too, even though they seemed to know of 9/11 in advance….

  33. I’m going to give you an emotion spiced description of tbe Post War U.S..

    ‘We won the the war. Thanks for helping out guys. Hey Stalin, you make me nervous…..you bastard, you got those lousy kikes to get you the Bomb didn’t you!!! I was Cyrus to them.Never mind, I’m awesome and we had the balls to use it on those Japs……I’m gonna go starve me some Germans, come on Winston, let’s go kill some Krauts’
    Part 2 coming soon

  34. Sean says:
    @Realist

    Spending for military effectiveness in a shooting war is a very different thing to the kind of cost efficiency that peacetime profit-orientated businessmen become experts in. The Soviet Union spent less, but post 1945 was always capable of conquering Western Europe in a conventional war against NATO. In Korea the Migs were technically superior to American jets in every way, but lost out because American jets’ canopies allowed the pilots greater situational awareness (genesis of Boyd’s OODA theory)

    It’s not just the Russian sledgehammer mass effect method, they have a plethora of different specialised systems whereas the US will have one very advanced general purpose one (like the F35 replacing multiple other aircraft including the mongo 70’s A10 with a massive Gatling gun, more armour than a battleship and unrivaled survivability. https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your-air-force/2018/07/13/a10-vs-f35-close-air-support-fly-off-shrouded-in-secrecy/ ). The F35 can do everything and thus allows the scrapping of multiple uneconomic squadrons of less advanced specialized aircraft types, whereby the F35 represents excellent value for money only if it never needs to be used against a near peer.

    A good example is over North Vietnam where the US air force’s state of the art planes proved to be very vulnerable to primitive, but variegated and specialized Soviet air defense missile systems operating well in particular altitude niches and not defeatable by any single counter measure. McNamara’s business whizz kids got financial efficiency at the cost of combat losses even though huge amounts were being spent.

    • Replies: @Tom Welsh
  35. GMC says:

    I read an article on Prof. Peter Phillips book – Exposing the Giants – the Global Power Elitists and it is an analysis of the top 200 or so players in the World of money, power, corporations etc. etc. etc.
    The people of the World, along with their countries, are up against some of the most ruthless financiers, that have Zero conscience for humanity, the planet’s environment, much less human life. And all these USG and EU administrations { past and present } are their puppets, along with their militaries – proxies included.
    Most of the world, is on their own when it comes to dealing with this Crime Syndicate and I see Russian Federation, China, Iran etc. having to focus on staying alive and well, with little time to help out any Western countries under the boot. The article was in Global Research.

  36. Alfred says:
    @A123

    Thank you for providing us with the wish list of your controllers. 🤣

    The idea that Russia can at this very late date be weaned away from its de facto alliance with China is delusional to say the least. But the Atlanticists will not give up.

    How the British Invented Color Revolutions

    Many years ago, my exclusive English Public School started sending me messages inviting me to donate to their “Harvard” fund – as though Harvard University had any need of my meager resources. I also got invitations to obscure organisations that promoted Anglo-American “friendship”. I was curious to find out what was going on. Why me?

    It transpired that they got me confused with my older brother who had been at HBS at the same time as George W. Bush.

    Now, I realise that I was being considered as a candidate for one of these NGO’s that make sure that the Americans get into wars at the convenience of a tiny coterie of these people. They got the USA into WW1 and WW2 and numerous other conflicts.

    An estranged English nephew of mine is running one of these smaller NGO’s in the UK. He was allegedly a journalist during the invasion of Iraq and was taken prisoner. He was later released unharmed due to the intercession of the Iranians.

    When a journalist just can’t help but lie

    I still remember seeing him as a premature baby in an incubator at Westminster Hospital.

    • Thanks: GMC
  37. Publius 2 says:
    @Harold Smith

    When chateau heartiste and his readers single handedly got Trump elected in 2016, we let our Russian brothers know that we know Russia is not our enemy. The deep state Jews’ biggest fear was letting Trump talk to Putin (((unsupervised))). Lolzozozozoz. Why?

    Your skin color is your uniform.

    #weknow

  38. Tom Welsh says:

    “What Joe Biden actually thinks is, of course, unknown though he has a history of reflexively supporting an assertive and even belligerent foreign policy during his many years in Congress”.

    Whether Joe Biden actually thinks is, of course, unknown though he has a history of reflexively supporting an assertive and even belligerent foreign policy during his many years in Congress.

    FTFY.

  39. Tom Welsh says:
    @Sean

    I doubt if many Westerners could begin to guess at the number of aircraft the USA lost in the Vietnam War. Over 10,000 in fact – even if most of them were helicopters.

    “Rex Rivolo, the fighter pilot whose high-tech navigation aid had led him to bomb the American base at Da Nang, was assigned to fly escort on the first raid, December 18, 1972.

    “’I wasn’t worried,’ he told me years later. ‘We were briefed that the B-52s would be using their most secret ‘war mode’ electronic countermeasures, previously reserved for WWIII with the Soviets, that would easily blind the Vietnamese SAM missiles. I knew the countermeasures in my plane didn’t work, but I believed the B-52s had secret, magic stuff that would make them invulnerable. So I thought everything would be OK. That was until three SAMs flew right by me and hit a B-52 high above. The magic boxes didn’t work’. Rivolo watched in amazement as the giant plane cracked open ‘like an egg’ and slowly turned over. Burning jet fuel streamed out in a wave that split into two and then four in vast cascading sheets of flame. ‘The sky,’ he told me, recalling the vivid scene in every detail after forty years, ‘was raining fire’. Fourteen more B-52s were to go down before the raids were called off eleven days later. By that time, Rivolo’s previously unquestioning faith in the promises of the technologists had disappeared forever. ‘I had really believed all that hype,’ he told me. ‘And then I realized it was all bullshit. None of it worked’. That searing moment of truth would cause a lot of trouble in Washington later on”.

    “Kill Chain: The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins”, by Andrew Cockburn

    • Agree: GMC
  40. Tom Welsh says:
    @stevennonemaker88

    “The rothschilds and other (((oligarchs))) are intentionally killing the host, to please their horned father. No other explanation really makes sense”.

    I prefer a more down-to-earth, less ideological explanation. The people responsible – many of whom are already quite old – are maximising their own personal profit without much care for what happens after they die.

    They agree with Louis XIV, “Apres moi, le deluge”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apr%C3%A8s_moi,_le_d%C3%A9luge

    • Agree: Cortes
    • Replies: @stevennonemaker88
  41. Z-man says:

    the neocon-lite Zionist triumvirate at the State Department consisting of Tony Blinken, Wendy Sherman and Victoria Kagan

    Let me guess, they’re all Anglo Saxons, no? Hee hee.
    Blinken, besides having a funny name is as described is a curious case who seems to have a tortured soul, just look at his face. He is of course a Jew with Zionist tendencies but I think he knows deep inside that the State of Israel is a sham perpetrated by his landsmen generations ago. Married to a Christian has probably given him a bit of a conscience or a slightly better soul. But not enough to push back against The Power of The Cabal.

  42. Alfred says:
    @Anon

    That’s why Ireland has skyrocketed past the USA to the #3 GDP per capita rank in the world. No industry needed.

    Absolute BS. Ireland is a tax haven as is Luxembourg.

    For example, Microsoft “export” their software from Ireland to much of the world. That way, the profits are moved to Ireland which has a derisory tax rate for companies like Microsoft. This value added in the Irish economy is as fake as much “Irish whiskey” in India.

    Ireland will resist global corporate tax rate, says finance minister.
    Paschal Donohoe says Dublin will not accept reforms that affect its ability to undercut its rivals

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  43. Critic says:

    With all that’s happening in Palestine … and Mr. Giraldi chose to discuss the above topic. Strange!!!! I thought Mr. Giraldi will be all up in arms writing about how to free Palestine and the USA from the clutches of Netanyahu, Epstein, and Maxwell.

    • Replies: @anon
  44. geokat62 says:

    As British statesman Lord Palmerston said in 1848 “We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual, and those interests it is our duty to follow.” The United States government would be very wise to be guided by that advice.

    Alas, Lord Palmerston got it wrong. We do, indeed, have a perpetual enemy. The United States government and the governments of other Western countries would be very wise to be guided by that advice.

    • Replies: @RobinG
  45. @stevennonemaker88

    They did it to the British Empire. The very place where the Rothschild empire operates out of. Maybe it is a mere killing of the host for their god, or maybe Jewish parasitism like all parasitism ultimately kills its host if left unabated.

    • Replies: @stevennonemaker88
  46. @Sean

    But unlike the US, China is smart enough not to waste its surplus attacking everybody and trying to rule the world.
    The arse-end of USUK shared North Sea oil with Norway. Now the UK has nothing and Norway has an excellent perpetual pension system. China watches and learns. The US is bombing itself to get oil.

  47. moi says:
    @anonymouseperson

    The JCM (Jewish controlled media) has brainwashed people.

  48. BL says:
    @A123

    Laugh or cry, it’s a pathetic situation.

    “The Soviet Union and its Warsaw Pact collapsed and all I got was this gazillion dollar Chinese made tee-shirt!”

    Would that it were so that the Obama 3.0 administration were hostile to rising China beyond covering and distraction rhetoric. It ain’t and they’re back to giving away the store and destroying the republic from within.

    US relations with Russia are emblematic. Years from now, if Americans are still taught such things, they’ll learn that with a brief four-year pause the USG foreign policy elite began and completed it’s project to drive Russia into a Strategic Alliance with China.

    Give the devil’s their due, I couldn’t have done that even if I wanted to try, could you? It’s utterly contra not only elemental American geopolitical imperatives but Russia’s as well.

    Now the powers that be are claiming we can eat our cake and have it too. Indeed, with the globalist project that was the election steal completed, they quickly passed a \$2T “stimulus,” delivering a spectacular economic boom to China.

    As I alluded a moment ago, up in the geopolitical ether the relationship between the two nuclear superpowers is supposed to be a primary one. Not, as it has become, outsourced by the US side to China.

    • Thanks: St-Germain
  49. @A123

    You live in fantasy land if you think there’s somehow going to be a free and fair election to facilitate this pipe dream. Trump threatened China before kneecapping his friends on Wall Street, China responded by kneecapping MAGA’s ability to ever take power on a national scale.

    Enjoy the twilight of the USA, with the fading light maintained by niggers burning major cities. I suspect you’re watching from Tel Aviv anyway.

  50. onebornfree says: • Website

    “In short, United State engagement in complicated overseas quarrels should be limited to areas where genuine vital interests are at stake.”

    This just in:

    the governments of the US, China, Russia, as with all the rest, are 100% criminal organizations.

    So what the US government does vis a vis “complicated overseas quarrels” is, just like Russia and China et al, inevitably going to be 100% criminal and _not_ in the best interests of their slave populations, guaranteed.

    Mr Giraldi , as per usual, is intent on fantastical ideas/dreams about what “his” government “should” and “should not” do, _because he continues to blithely assume that the US government [and all the others] is _not_ 100% criminal, and that “therefor” the “right” people should/would do the “right thing”, according to his own delusional standards.

    This delusional “the government should do what I think is right”assumption can be broadly classified as a manifestation of the very common mental condition myself and others label”Dictator Syndrome”.

    See: “You,Trump,Sanders Etc., Vs “Dictator Syndrome””: http://onebornfree-mythbusters.blogspot.com/2015/08/

    In short: there are _no_ government solutions to any problem. In most cases, the perceived “problem” is only a “problem” caused by government “solutions” to a previous “problem”.

    Government “solutions” never work: https://wiki.mises.org/wiki/Why_Government_Doesn%27t_Work

    Looking for/expecting government solutions to anything is a mugs game- it aint evva gonna happen, period!

    “The kind of man who wants the government to adopt and enforce his ideas is always the kind of man whose ideas are idiotic” H.L.Mencken

    “Because they are all ultimately funded via both direct and indirect theft [taxes], and counterfeiting [central bank monopolies], all governments are essentially, at their very cores, 100% corrupt criminal scams which cannot be “reformed”or “improved”,simply because of their innate criminal nature.” onebornfree

    “Government is a disease masquerading as its own cure” Robert LeFevere

    Regards, onebornfree

    • Replies: @PJ London
  51. annamaria says:
    @anyone with a brain

    “revamp education to teach children how to start a business and provide a real useful utilitarian education aimed at creating self-employed people instead of employees. And adopt policies to reduce the cost of living, decrease home prices, raise wages enough.”

    — This is absolutely reasonable from the point of view of a healthy state caring for the well-being of all its citizens, yet this is an absolutely bizarre suggestion for the rootless globalists.
    The US is a property of bloody financial Squeed propped by the zionized Military-Industrial Complex; they do not care. The moral fabric of the US has been rotten to naught. The total lack of decent people in the US government manifests systematic ruin.

    • Replies: @PJ London
  52. anon[244] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sean

    Former PM of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohammad, a major Jew and Chinese hater who banned Israelis from entering Malaysia, said this a couple of years ago when interviewed about the “China threat”:

    China has been our neighbor for over two thousand years, and never once invaded us. Then the white men came, and boom! We were colonized.

    Malaysia was colonized by the Portugese then the British for a couple of hundred years.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  53. annamaria says:
    @A123

    “The problem is the lack of U S. will to punish corrupt CCP Elites for their obvious targeting of U.S. Workers.”
    — Is Bill Clinton Chinese? What about Kissinger and Bidens? You are funny.

    • Thanks: Mary Marianne
  54. @animalogic

    U.S. workers were stabbed in the back by the left. It wasn’t intentional, but it happened anyway. Up until about 1970, there had been this continuing fight between workers and bosses, with the left siding with the workers. The workers actually had it pretty good back then.

    But then the left opened a second front in their fight with the bosses by becoming environmentalists. They started hassling the bosses about the pollution their factories were producing, and so the bosses decided to move their factories to the Third World. In the Third World, they could get away with having factories that polluted, because worrying about pollution is a First World problem, and also the workers there were delighted to have the jobs.

    Meanwhile, the U.S. workers lost their jobs.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  55. anon[244] • Disclaimer says:
    @Critic

    Never let a crisis go to waste. Netanyahu is trying to take back control from the Arab-Israeli backed opposition party that was just given the reign to form a coalition government earlier this month, telling Israelis, “See? This is why you need a strongman like me at the helm.” Wouldn’t surprise me if he was the one who instigated this situation in the first place, urging the Israeli courts to allow the Jewish “landlord” in Jerusalem to evict his Palestinian “tenants” who refused to pay rent on a place they’ve lived since forever.

    It’s amazing how lopsided the power is: 129 Palestinians dead, incl. 37 children, but only 8 Israelis dead, including 1 child, and that’s the child we read about in msm. Palestinians are throwing stones at Israeli tanks at the border, and the Israelis hit back with bullets. Is there even a contest? Meanwhile with the protests on the streets, mostly only the Palestinians get arrested, not the Israeli rioters, as they “have a right to defend themselves”, even when they break store windows and beat up unarmed solitary Palestinians. Israeli police fired into a protesting crowd in Jerusalem, killing one man and injuring many, where is the international outcry? Have they never heard of tear gas? Water cannons? Rubber bullets? Shish!

  56. “Thanks to Bill, America is now obligated to defend not only Western Europe but also Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, North Macedonia, the Baltic States and tiny little Montenegro.”

    Now you’re comparing the great land of Cupernicus, Curie and Chopin to the shitholes of Europe… are you out of your mind?

  57. anon[476] • Disclaimer says:

    Excellent article in the American Conservative:

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/the-threat-from-china-is-exaggerated/

    Who’s doing the exaggerating? Who has the most to gain? The Military Industrial Complex of course. The Pentagon needs to keep their \$787B annual budget.

    I resent the fact that the Ziocons have completely co-opted the conservative movement to mean maximum protection for Israel, war with everybody and his mother, and whatever it takes to keep Wall Street and CEOs happy, including endless QE to hold down interest rates, prop up real estate and the stock market, love of monopolies, endless immigration, and of course, nothing but love and kowtowing to blacks, jews and LGBTQ, while they feed guns and abortions to the conservatives like red meat. “Conservative” media like WSJ, Breitbart, Daily Caller etc. are now all just “controlled opposition”, selling the same shit to the Trumptards as what the left is selling to their useful idiots, i.e. endless wars and endless immigration.

  58. AMWAC says:

    Not to long ago, a writer on UNZ quoted a Russian diplomat who said that trying to do business with Washington is similar to playing chess with a pigeon: “…the demented bird walks all over the board knocking over the pieces, shits indiscriminately, declares victory and flies away”.

    Representation one can be proud of.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Alden
  59. PJ London says:
    @Anonymous

    You are absolutely right.
    I worked for an US multinational in the 80s, the price ex factory should be the same for all countries, however because our tax rates were high, they took the profits at the factory and charged us more. Those countries with low tax rates were ‘sold’ the same goods below the US prices.
    We could never make a profit as our cost of goods were artificially inflated to take advantage of the US lower tax rates.

  60. There used to be films from America where they sang abt it being a beautiful morning and the corn as high as an elephant’s eye …

    This was before KKR corporate raiders, Milken’s junk bonds, offshoring, feminism, VN, multiple wars for Israel (despite USS Liberty), financial ruin (Fed), JFK, 9/11 — almost all from the same zionist source of demonic death that now openly runs USG with an alzheimer “president” and a clueless womyn of color ready when Joe folds …

    How sad and how pitiful.
    The virulent parasite that has ruined you, America, you must continue paying and giving your life’s blood to, even as you shit in the streets of once viable cities.

    Meanwhile your partner in crime, maybe not your poodle but your Square Mile ruler, has a CEO who is openly called a liar, most accomplished liar, shameless pathological liar, serial liar in the “newspapers” of Perfidious Albion (search Boris liar) … even Jew Berkowitz has weighed in … difficult to see what their complaint is since UKG is where Truth has been unknown for over a century and longer.

    Warning.
    This clip contains scenes of White Privilege, Heterosexual conduct, Fun, Joy of Living.
    Proceed at your own risk.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  61. PJ London says:
    @onebornfree

    Whilst all governments are 100% criminal, there is a big difference between a pickpocket who wants you to stay healthy so he can pick your pocket again tomorrow and an axe murderer.

  62. PJ London says:
    @annamaria

    “We must do away with the absolutely specious notion that everybody has to earn a living. It is a fact today that one in ten thousand of us can make a technological breakthrough capable of supporting all the rest. The youth of today are absolutely right in recognizing this nonsense of earning a living.
    We keep inventing jobs because of this false idea that everybody has to be employed at some kind of drudgery because, according to Malthusian-Darwinian theory, he must justify his right to exist. So we have inspectors of inspectors and people making instruments for inspectors to inspect inspectors. The true business of people should be to go back to school and think about whatever it was they were thinking about before somebody came along and told them they had to earn a living.” ~Buckminster Fuller (c 1930)

  63. Z-man says:
    @anon

    Former PM of Malaysia, my hero. Still kicking, God loves him.

  64. bayviking says:

    It should be obvious to the most casual observer that Secretary of State Tony Blinken is a pathetic apologist for Israeli violence, based on the worn out phrase, “Israel has the right to defend itself”. Israel continues to steal Palestinian land, decade after decade, while destroying Palestine’s ability to take care of themselves, destroying schools, apartment buildings, homes, generating station, hospitals, farms, concrete plants, using US supplied fighter planes, tanks, artillery and snipers. When Hamas responds with a rocket attack occasionally killing an Israeli, they are vilified as a “threat to [nuclear] Israeli national security”.

    This argument is ridiculous on its face. A distraction from a central US Kissinger inspired policy, “ control food, you control people, control oil, you control nations”. It is a policy based on the attitude, one rule for the USA and Israel, another rule for everyone else. A healthy majority of US voters are against this foreign policy, against unnecessary wars, but since we live in an Oligarchy, not an alleged democracy, public opinion has little to no impact on policy. Maybe Blinken is not as crazy as Pompeo, but he has yet to demonstrate that in any substantive way.

    The indifference the USA shows towards the lives and rights of foreigners is a moral bankruptcy inconsistent with principles underlying our Declaration of Independence, a document Ho Chi Ming revered. When Blinken claims the USA is back, the rest of the world thinks, oh my God, bend over and kiss your ass goodbye, here we go again.

  65. IronForge says:

    SSDD
    Same \$h!+\$h0w Different Day
    Same Swamp Different Diaspora-Drama

    The Electioneered Biden Admin are epic failing almost everywhere as they try to implement their rendition of “World Hegemony and Dominion”.

    The Tribals TwinkBlinken, Nudelman-Khagan, and others have overextended themselves in Europe against RUS at DEU regarding NordStream2 and at Failed-Stating UKR. They now risk getting UKR and NATO hammered by RUS; and are STILL trying to get what’s left of Collapsing UKR into NATO, which would trigger an Armed Response by RUS.

    Fail to Epic Fail.

    In the Pacific, Team_TwinkBlinken have Buttocked Up their Diplomatic Stance by their “World Hegemony of Democracies” Grifter Act.

    RUS and CHN are Economically “Graduating” from the United States – CHN by their Belt and Road Trade Deals and PetroCNY-Au Exchange. No need for for the USD, PetroUSD, MuricanMIC, Rentier-Bankers, or Corporate Grifters.

    CHN just broke through the “Imaginary Island Chain Containment Line” envisioned by Murica+TWN by building up Island/Atoll Bases in the SouthCHN_Sea. Their Navy recently became a Ocean Traversing “Blue Water” Navy with new Aircraft Carrier and Amphibious Warfare capabilities.

    Current Schemes to usurp and obsolete the “One China Policy” upheld by Most Nation-States are Failing. TwinkBlinken’s latest StageShow (he was previously a Propagandist for the State Dept) to include TWN into UN(which do not recognize TWN) Proceedings clearly show the utter lack of Diplomacy practiced in the World Stage.

    Murica isn’t the Leader of the “World Democracies”, nor are they the “World Hegemon”. Biden, TwinkBlinken, and their Rentier-Banker KleptOchlarcy may THINK that they are; but their grip on key Nation-States’ Economies are Failing.

    Anglo-American-ZioMasons and their Catholic Friends at the VAT can’t contain, coerce, fleece, control, or subjugate RUS and CHN anymore. The Economic Sanctioning against them FAILED; and are now being recognized as Ploys to hamper Trade that don’t Profit the Hegemon.

    This a Multi-Polar World.

  66. Z-man says:
    @Arthur MacBride

    Warning.
    This clip contains scenes of White Privilege, Heterosexual conduct, Fun, Joy of Living.
    Proceed at your own risk.

    Got a good laugh with that one, thanks.

    How sad and how pitiful.
    The virulent parasite that has ruined you, America, you must continue paying and giving your life’s blood to, even as you shit in the streets of once viable cities.

    Excellent, thanks again.

  67. This so called butting heads is a diversion, China, Russia, ZUS, ZBritain, ZEU, etc., are all under zionist control, and among the proof of this control is the roll out of the Covid-19 scam and psyop across the world and the chemtrails that are being sprayed in the skies across the world, both of which are proof of zionist kabal control.

    Until the zionist central banks are abolished, the zionists will continue to control the world.

    • Thanks: stevennonemaker88
  68. @A123

    Real Wages have been artificially suppressed by the CCP, via abuse of “free trade”.

    And just who are the champions of “free trade”? The US started the “free trade” project in the 1930s when it saw the Ottawa Agreements leaving them out in the cold. Roosevelt supported WWII, because he knew he could fleece the drunken Churchill with the lend/lease scam that dismantled those Agreements.
    Fast forward to NAFTA. The US and Canada both suffered massive job loss to Mexico. International corporations began to shift to Mexico’s low wage to gain access to the US via NAFTA. That stopped about 10 years ago, when Mexico became “high wage” compared to Mauritius or other shitholes.
    A huge number of companies in China are employee owned. That means the wages are supplemented with profit.
    The flaw in finance capitalism is that it requires permanent growth and a massive supply of low wage workers, which is achieved through immigration. Immigration artificially suppresses wages while at the same time creates new consumers, which is part of growth. China can and will grow its internal market, while, without military invasion, create new markets in Asia and Africa. Unlike the “Western liberal democracies” who let the fictional “invisible hand” i.e. the international banking cartel, determine its trade interests, China has a plan and is sticking to it. Just like Germany during the 1930s, that can’t be allowed to happen. The cartel will have a new war, but the outcome is less likely to be the success WWII was for them.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  69. @stevennonemaker88

    I think the USA is incompetent on purpose though, not by accident.

    In a sense that’s correct as far as it goes. The thing is, failure (ultimately) is an inherent feature of evil. In order to rise to the top of society in the U.S., subvert the political process, and take control of everything, the Satanists had to basically destroy the “middle class,” the socioeconomic class from which political and moral resistance to their Satanic agenda would arise.

    Having largely accomplished that, one of the fundamental problems the Satanists now have (in trying to use America as their hammer to beat the rest of the world into submission) is that the middle class is (or was) essentially the bedrock of American power.

    The rothschilds and other (((oligarchs))) are intentionally killing the host, to please their horned father. No other explanation really makes sense.

    They’re killing the host because their M.O. is to rise to the top and stay there not by their own merits but by bringing everyone and everything else down. Destruction is what they’re all about.

    Apparently they want us financially broke, morally bankrupt, spiritually and culturally destitute, physically unwell, ignorant of history and lacking of critical thinking skills. Anything which tends to empower the people or to unite them e.g. by way of common beliefs and customs, is an obstacle to the agenda and must be destroyed (e.g. nationalism, patriotism, religion).

    The Biblical explanation for what’s going on, apparently goes something like this:

    At some point in history, some people apparently made the deal with Satan that Jesus rejected (Luke 4:5-8). That is, some group of people agreed to “worship Satan” (give “worth” to evil) as a means of achieving world domination and control.

    Now fast-forward to Rev 13:

    And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.

    Apparently the “beast” John of Patmos is referring to here is a group of people who knowingly and willingly made the deal with Satan, thereby becoming Satan’s agent in the physical realm, and who therefore received Satan’s “power, and his seat, and great authority.”

    But what exactly is Satan’s “power”? I believe what Satan did to Eve (Genesis 3) is an example. He didn’t force the forbidden fruit into her mouth, he made her do it. By using nothing more than his mouth, he deceived, corrupted and manipulated her into taking action against her own best interests.

    And this makes sense because the only way a small group of satanically evil people can control a much larger group is to basically get them to destroy/enslave themselves by deceiving, corrupting and manipulating them en masse, just like what Satan did to Eve.

    With this in mind, now John’s description of the beast i.e. the meaning of the identifying features start to become clear. The beast’s “mouth, as the mouth of a lion” a critically important feature, is apparently a reference to the beast’s monopolistic or near monopolistic control over modern mass communications, i.e. radio, television, motion pictures and the modern newspaper, book and magazine publishing industry. If Satan’s agent the beast is to do to the whole world what Satan did to Eve, communicating with the target is critically important. (For example the dishonest used car salesman can’t rip you off by getting you to take action against your best interests until you first come into his office and listen to his spiel and be deceived).

    So apparently the Biblical “end times” had to wait until the advent of 20th century technology of mass communications. With this time frame in mind the other features start to make sense, e.g. feet…as the feet of a bear” is apparently a reference to the Bolshevik revolution in Russia which is where communism (the political ideology of Satanism) first got major traction.

    According to John of Patmos, the first beast of Rev 13, the beast from the sea, appears to refer to the spiritual heirs of the Pharisees, and the second beast, the beast from the earth seems to be a reference to the office of president of the U.S.

    So Satan’s agent in the physical realm, the beast, seeks to rise to the top of the world by deceiving, corrupting and manipulating everyone it can and by physically destroying everyone it can’t. And if this is ultimately successful – apparently meaning that the natural order is overthrown and all examples of “goodness” everywhere on earth have been wiped out – then evil becomes “good” because there is nothing better to compare it to and Satan accomplishes the agenda set forth in Isaiah 14:13,14.

    • Replies: @stevennonemaker88
  70. annamaria says:
    @Anon

    “Industrial economies are inefficient, ugly, and crude.”
    –Sure. Do you mean that tax havens and the financial Squeed’s bloodied boot on the face of humanity are hunky-gory? Who is going to feed and dress your kids and grandkids? Porridge is no manna from the skies. How are you planning to build a dwelling for the kids – from what?

  71. anon[419] • Disclaimer says:
    @AMWAC

    These “pigeons” are probably graduates of America’s exalted universities.

  72. Anonymous[336] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alfred

    Hey dummy, how does that refute anything he said? IRELAND IS NOT AN INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY, REPEAT IT AFTER ME!!!!

  73. I think America’s diplomats are doing a fine job, considering they have to represent and articulate the policies of a walking corpse. You try doing that for a while, it’s a lot harder than just holding him up and moving his arms.

  74. @A Half Naked Fakir

    Chopin spent most of his creative adult life in France (from 21 till death), palling around with the likes of Georges Sand (well, a LOT more than just palling around there) and others, never making it back ‘home’, but allegedly many of his works’ intensely dark, but incredibly stirring emotional moments reflected this terrible homesickness, among other things.

    He died at 39, and while it is said it was possibly from complications of tuberculosis, given his love of Poland and his departure at 21 never to return, it is just as likely he died of a long broken heart more than anything else….

    • Replies: @A Half Naked Fakir
  75. Anonymous[857] • Disclaimer says:
    @Realist

    In the course of the Alaska encounter (BTW who thought it was a good idea to stage a public face-off?), the Chinese side interpreter (who was superb) accidentally left out the preface “surveys show that …” in a sentence spoken by China’s foreign policy supremo Yang Jiechi. Yang – who of course had been following the English translation – quietly raised his hand and reminded her of the missing words. Without missing a beat, she reinterpreted the sentence with the preface. A casual observer would have missed the incident entirely.

    WHAT WOULD ANTONY BLINKEN HAVE DONE IN SUCH A SITUATION? ANSWER: NOTHING. The U.S. Secretary of State is illiterate in the language of America’s principal adversary. Blinken does appear to have good French, so he should do well the next time there is a Congress of Vienna.

    P.S.: By the merest coincidence, the video of the full meeting has disappeared from Youtube.

    • Thanks: Realist
  76. @Tom Welsh

    The people responsible – many of whom are already quite old – are maximising their own personal profit without much care for what happens after they die.

    Thanks. I agree with you in part. I think many of the lower players (politicians, military brass, managerial types) are doing just what you say. But at the top I think it goes beyond that. People naturally desire wealth and power, throughout history. But the intentional destruction of their own countries, the promotion of extreme perversion, shutting down production of goods and services, etc. are of a different character.

    Also, certain groups like the rothschilds have passed down and consolidated power for hundreds of years. While petty, childless tools like macron, merkel, etc might not think far ahead, the men at the top do. This sort of worldwide power as evidenced by the corona madness is unprecedented.

    Like most real world situations, causality can get enormously complex and different people are in it for different reasons. People are flawed and foolish in some ways. However, I am convinced that what we are seeing today is in part the fruit of a demonic agenda that goes beyond mere human craft.

  77. @Old and Grumpy

    Thanks. It’s probably a bit of both. Causality in the real world is complex and differs person to person. The coordination, worldwide power, counterintuitive strategies, and centuries long timeline under which this has been brewing suggests a supernatural element in my opinion.

  78. RobinG says:
    @geokat62

    “America First” Conservatives Declare: “Actually, We Meant Israel First”

    https://mtracey.substack.com/p/america-first-conservatives-declare

    “After the conclusion of the Derek Chauvin trial a few weeks ago, it became apparent that across the worlds of culturally left/liberal US corporations, non-profits, academia, professional sports, and electoral politics, certain slogans were mandatory to recite. The phrase “There Is Still Much Work To Be Done,” or some slight variation thereof, was repeated ad nauseam by politicians, CEOs, and other public-facing individuals who had the misfortune of being obliged to release a statement under the circumstances. You’d almost think some creepy blackmail-esque memo had been distributed with an attached script so that these people could swiftly complete the requisite PR task.

    Whenever there’s an outbreak of deadly violence in Israel-Palestine, a very similar dynamic plays out; although in this instance it’s concentrated in different sectors of society. While a handful of Republicans joined in on the “Much Work To Be Done” refrain after the Chauvin trial, cultural left/liberals comprised the largest share of offenders. Now though, it’s time for public-facing conservative figures — joined by a sizable portion of liberals — to mindlessly recite the same slogans and phrases over and over again as a signaling mechanism and, conveniently, a substitute for even a modicum of independent thinking.”

  79. @Mustapha Mond

    Thanks! I love to listening to Chopin… it’s one of true joys of life.

    • Replies: @Mustapha Mond
  80. @Anonymous

    your reply to the hasbarist troll’s

    China need us more than we need them

    neglected to ask the question
    “who is this we?”

  81. @anon

    I think Mossad has enough placements at CIA, FBI, and NSA that they more or less direct our deep state in America.

    They don’t need “placements”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/11/nsa-americans-personal-data-israel-documents

    All the raw date, every phones call email etc on every judge, politician, government employee.

    I find it astounding that this is never discussed.

  82. Alden says:
    @AMWAC

    60 years of affirmative action in the state department. Beginning with President Kennedy’s March 1961 executive order 10925 for every federal department to take “ affirmative action “ to hire train and promote negroes.

    What can one expect? .

  83. Let’s be real.

    The United States defines an “Act of Hostility” as follows:

    Any real or perceived obstacle preventing the United States from doing whatever, whenever, wherever, with zero accountability whatsoever.

    • Agree: annamaria
    • Replies: @Astuteobservor II
  84. American Diplomats Are Outclassed

    It doesn’t matter if one is outclassed in the finesse of diplomacy if one holds the bigger stick.
    It’s like the goofy Tim Pool can easily out-argue the likes of Jack Dorsey and the like, but it doesn’t matter because Dorsey and his crew have the power to shut people down.

    Jared Taylor can out-argue many in the mainstream media, but the latter have the power.

    So, it doesn’t matter if China and Russia are effective in diplomatic talk. US has the power because US is big and powerful and controls Japan and EU, the two other big economic powerhouses.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  85. @Harold Smith

    Thanks for the post. While human greed and pride is part of it, you are right that there is a supernatural element to it. The worldwide Great reset agenda and the way they develop their power since the 18th century in the case of the Rothschilds doesn’t seem to be within the scope of human ability. The way the devil wages his war is by perverting and destroying God’s creation.

    On another note, many people have taken after lies painted as faith and think that their choices are not important, when the reality is that how our lives turn out is up to us. God is the creator, not a puppet master, and I think part of the reason evil has been “winning” globally is because too many people have abdicated their personal responsibility and are looking for someone to save them. God already provided the path of Salvation through his Son; but whether evil wins in our lives and in our countries is in our hands. There is a true spiritual war going on, and while God has made the promise of a new heavens and new earth at some point, he has given us the responsibility to carry out our work in this world.

    Genesis 4:7 If you do well, will you not be accepted?[b] And if you do not do well, sin is crouching at the door. Its desire is contrary to[c] you, but you must rule over it.”

    The sovereignty of God has been distorted by Christianity to the point of Heresy.

    1 Corinthians 3:10 According to the grace of God given to me, like a skilled[b] master builder I laid a foundation, and someone else is building upon it. Let each one take care how he builds upon it. 11 For no one can lay a foundation other than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ. 12 Now if anyone builds on the foundation with gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, straw— 13 each one’s work will become manifest, for the Day will disclose it, because it will be revealed by fire, and the fire will test what sort of work each one has done.

    • Thanks: Harold Smith
  86. Miro23 says:
    @Priss Factor

    It doesn’t matter if one is outclassed in the finesse of diplomacy if one holds the bigger stick.

    There was no doubt about the bigger stick in 1945. It was nuclear (and Anglo-American) and it ruled the world – including the Soviet Union – should the US had felt like using it.

    2021 is not so clear. The Jewish ZioGlob/ CIA can aspire to USA 1945 but it’s mostly fakery. The Davos NWO runs its anti-Russia/anti-China propaganda + Covid hysteria, but the big stick is inexorably moving into Russian and Chinese hands – and the ZioGlob know it.

    Conclusion that the risk of nuclear war is the highest that its ever been – although I can’t see much awareness of the fact.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  87. elMatador says:
    @A Half Naked Fakir

    “Now you’re comparing the great land of Cupernicus, Curie and Chopin to the shitholes of Europe… are you out of your mind?”

    Incidentally, both Copernicus and Chopin originally came from one of those “shithole” countries you were referring to, lol.

    But keep jerking off while telling yourself you’re special : )

  88. @A Half Naked Fakir

    Yes! Indeed it is.

    Chopin and Debussy are two of my ‘desert island’ composers, i.e., if I had to be stranded on a deserted island forever, I’d certainly want to bring the collected works of those two supreme pianistic geniuses.

    (Ahhhhh, but we digress from the gut churning obnoxiousness of international politics……. )

  89. @Miro23

    …but the big stick is inexorably moving into Russian and Chinese hands – and the ZioGlob know it.

    Conclusion that the risk of nuclear war is the highest that its ever been – although I can’t see much awareness of the fact.

    Exactly. I believe the Satanists are painfully aware that they’re falling behind Russia and China in military technology and that they can never catch up. So if they’re going to go for the whole enchilada, time is not on their side, and every day they delay the odds against them get a little worse.

    I believe Russia and China know that the Satanists realize their predicament, in which case they’re likely concerned that the Satanists will at some point try to launch a first strike against them, so I suspect we’re in a hair-trigger/launch-on-warning situation far more dangerous than ever before.

    • Agree: acementhead, annamaria
    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
    , @Miro23
  90. Sean says:

    In another more recent interview Blinken has accused the Chinese of acting “more aggressively abroad” while President Biden has claimed that Beijing has a plan to replace America as the world’s leading economic and military power.

    Biden does not believe that they can though. He has went on record repeatedly saying that he thinks they cannot compete. The basic ideal which is is shared by almost all US strategists (even John Mearsheimer) is that high and low quality immigrants will give the US enough of a entrepreneurial/technological and demographic edge to always stay ahead of China,.

    Considering the proportion of people currently over 65 in the US is 3% greater than it is China, and America has a “rapacious health-care sector ” it is going to require an awful lot of immigrants in the next thirty years for the received wisdom’s projections to prove prescient. As Michael Hudson has pointed out, the economists advising Biden have never had any plans to work in US industry, they all wanted to go to Wall Street and make money, maybe circulate between there and government, and so no experts who matter actually care about where the world’s productive capacity is going to be concentrated in a generation, when the proportion of old people in China is not going to be much higher than that in America.

    The factories that the Soviet Union turned out tanks ECT ECT from in WW2 were designed by US experts. Currently it is being said that Tesla is an example of how America is winning the US–China trade war. A coruscating Elon Musk got a deal allowing him to build a 100% foreign owned factory in China during the height of the trade war with trade war of Trump with China. This is the kind of thing economists love because the American company having the only foreign-owned factory in China shows penetration of the huge Chinese home market so the stock market valuation of Tesla goes up. What the Chinese are getting is technology transfer, not just from the US because Tesla Gigafactories are actually full of German robotics. Moreover the factories are in China, and there for good; they cannot be carried away and back to the West by the owners. Crucially for the demographic argument espoused by virtually every American strategist there is evidence it is not input of abundant labour or capital investment, but rather higher productivity that explains Chinese growth. China may, or may not, already close to cutting edge in quantum computing but the odds of keeping all the US’s technical secrets secret from China seems to be rather small.

    https://www.verdict.co.uk/gchq-quantum-computing/

    If we were to ask a classical, general-purpose computer “which two prime numbers multiply together make this 617-digit number?” it would have to essentially guess at each possible combination. Using this method, most estimates suggest it would take around 300 trillion years to crack – much longer than the age of the universe. There are ways to speed this up, but this form of encryption is extremely difficult to crack classically. This is vital for protecting important data and is the kind of problem that underpins RSA encryption which is used to protect vast amounts of data on the internet. A quantum computer, on the other hand, could figure out the answer in seconds.

    They are not there yet but in 2020, Chinese scientists used a photonic quantum computer to do a calculation at 100 trillion times the speed of an ordinary supercomputer. Photonic can’t ne programmed for now so the the design of the device has to be specific for a particular calculation, but “the progress in China is a wake-up call for Western powers to get to grips with the technology”. Driven by shareholder value concepts that underestimate the importance of actual ability to do advanced engineering we are handing over what we have a lead in, not investing in R&D, and importing qualified researchers because all clever mathematicians want to go and join the economists on Wall St.

    When China gets strong enough to defend itself against all comers and becomes an opponent best avoided, is it going to stop going because the worlds most powerful economy doesn’t need to try anymore? Of course not they’ll keep going and begin to bully their neighbors. As Mearsheimer says. they’d be fools not to. When China gets a surplus of power over and above what it needs for a purely defensive policy eschewing interference with the sovereignty and stability of other states, it is is going to behave no different than America has done with such a spare capacity and employ it offensively.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  91. @A123

    Most US manufacturing jobs were lost to automation – NOT offshoring. You Trump crowd can’t even understand that.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  92. Atle says:

    “President Biden has claimed that Beijing has a plan to replace America as the world’s leading economic and military power.”

    Well, I would think.

  93. @Sean

    What garbage and what crude projection. The Chinese are NOT Westerners. They are not driven like the West to dominate, intimidate, destroy and murder. They seek harmony inside society, and between societies, not ‘Full Spectrum Dominance’. A China-led world would be a paradise in contrast to the evil sewer that 100 years of Yankee and 500 years of European dominance has caused. Which is why the dead souls that rule the West are determined to destroy China. Their dark Master, their Shadow haunting all their actions, Santa Muerte, demands it. Lies such as the false accusation of genocide in Xinjiang are driven by exterminationist hatred.

    • Replies: @Sean
  94. @stevennonemaker88

    I think that China is very moral, but the morality is different to western (esp US) norms. For instance, in China the idea of the social good will always override individual good. In the US the opposite is almost always seen as the moral good.

  95. @Harold Smith

    You are quite correct to mention Satan, as the personification of Absolute Evil. As Israel Shahak showed in his slender tomes, many Talmudic Jews worship Satan as well as Yahweh, and other deities. Two bob each way. The worship of Evil, and the search for diabolical powers to tap into, is a reality among Western elites, and long has been. The ubiquity of paedophile outrages among those elites is one manifestation of their worship of Evil.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  96. @Curmudgeon

    A123 is aSabbat Goy stooge and troll, hence its hatred of China, and recidivist lying. Chinese wages have been growing strongly for decades, unlike US wages. But the financial parasites in the USA, including a vastly disproportionate number of her Chosen idols, are waxing fatter and fatter and fatter…

  97. @A Half Naked Fakir

    Poland is arguably more of a shithole because none of those countries rescued the Jews during the Black Plague which they caused.

  98. geokat62 says:
    @showmethereal

    Most US manufacturing jobs were lost to automation – NOT offshoring.

    Introductory paragraphs to, Is Automation Really to Blame for Lost Manufacturing Jobs?
    What the Conventional Wisdom Gets Wrong

    In the first decade of this century, the U.S. manufacturing sector shed jobs at an alarming and unprecedented rate. That coincided with a surge in imports, weak growth in exports, and a yawning trade deficit. The sharp job losses in manufacturing helped keep employment growth weak and labor force participation low. 
    During the 2016 presidential election, both Republican candidate Donald Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders blamed trade and globalization.

    That message helped propel Trump to the presidency. But most economists dismissed it, arguing that automation was to blame. Media reports often take this view as fact. In late 2016, for example, New York Times reporter Binyamin Appelbaum wrote, “From an economic perspective . . . there can be no revival of American manufacturing, because there has been no collapse. Because of automation, there are far fewer jobs in factories.”

    Yet this view reflects a misreading of the data. As I discuss in a recent paper, although automation is occurring in manufacturing, as it is in other sectors of the economy, the evidence does not support the idea that automation was the main cause of the sudden decline in manufacturing employment after 2000.

    https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/2018-09-07/automation-really-blame-lost-manufacturing-jobs

    In these paragraphs, the author refers to a 39-page research paper she authored in 2018, Understanding the Decline of U.S. Manufacturing Employment.

    Here’s the paper’s thesis:

    This paper discusses interpreting labor productivity statistics, which capture many factors besides automation, and cautions against using descriptive evidence to draw causal inferences. It also reviews the research literature to date, which finds that trade [and globalization] significantly contributed to the collapse of manufacturing employment in the 2000s, but finds little evidence of a causal link to automation.

    https://research.upjohn.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=&httpsredir=1&article=1305&context=up_workingpapers

    • Replies: @showmethereal
    , @Anonymous
  99. Sean says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    One wonders whether you think the Russians are part of the West, because it is they not America that currently occupies large swathes of what was historically Chinese territory.

    The Chinese are NOT Westerners. They are not driven like the West to dominate, intimidate, destroy and murder

    Like Tibetans you mean? The only remaining Buddhist country in the world is Burma, which has seen murderous riots; are Buddhists driven to hate and kill by their religion or national characteristics or is it simply that there are internal conflicts of interest? China has not been aggressive externally, but China is an long established empire not a country and has always had quite enough to deal with domestically without going abroad looking for trouble. The Taiping Rebellion, Warlord Era, and Civil War (the last won by the CCP because America cut off aid to the Nationalist in 1947 although they used German caliber small arms which America had access to vast quantities of) show that for all their Taoist serenity and non interventionism of the Mandarins, China had internal problems that that could not be settled without fighting. Well in 1947 they were left alone to do that by America, and within a few years Chinese were killing tens of thousands of American in Korea, which China has exerted a shadowy overlordship on throughout history. Tibet, which got invaded because it thought the Chinese did not go in for punitive massacring of subject nationalities exhibiting recalcitrance.

    Which is why the dead souls that rule the West are determined to destroy China

    Excuse me, the Amerindians declined, but San Francisco is becoming a Chinese city, and the biggest diversity problem of the Ivy League is keeping the Chinese enrolment down. China is the most populous country in the world. One point four thousand million people, a smaller proportion of over 65 year olds than America has, and a system of social control that means rulers have far more control over the scientific and technical civil service than that America, We all know whay happens to Chinese billionaire who say a wrong word. China has Tesla gigafactory, the Wuhan lab gain of function coronavirus research was funded by the US government. Moreover.

    For almost a decade, the professor of particle physics at Shanghai Jiao Tong University has given up every summer and winter break to join an international search for an unknown particle that will, in the best-case scenario, make Einstein turn in his grave.
    Li has had to travel frequently between China and the United States. The project, known as the Muon g-2 experiment, is based in the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) near Chicago. China contributed some key components, including crystals in the heart of the detector system. Li’s team was involved in the project from the start, from experiment design and hardware assembly to computer coding and data analysis.

    Beijing’s Institute of High Energy Physics designing the world’s biggest particle collider 100 kilometres long. They are already not at all behind with quantum computing, ECT ECT.

    Biden is the man from Wilmington, Delaware, where most Fortune 500 companies are incorporated (for the tax breaks basically). He is a corporate front man and the corporations see China as a source of profit or at least increased share value. The Chinese are being careful to get technology transfer and capital investment, while profits are very difficult to repatriate from China. (Warren Buffet made 600% on his stake in a Chinese electric car maker whose products were bought by US cities with Federal environmental funds). Productive capacity is increasing in China and getting much more advanced, with ho end in sight now Trumps is gone.

  100. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    The worship of Evil, and the search for diabolical powers to tap into, is a reality among Western elites, and long has been. The ubiquity of paedophile outrages among those elites is one manifestation of their worship of Evil.

    I agree. As another example, I think this is the only plausible explanation for the bizarre art and architecture of Washington DC.

    It seems some people were/are fascinated with occult symbolism. If it was just one or two things maybe you could write it off as coincidence, but there’s too much of it in Washington IMO, e.g. The Apotheosis of Washington (the fresco visible through the eye of the dome of the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol Building); the Washington monument; and with regard to tapping into “diabolical powers” as you say and I agree, the inverted, broken pentagram with the White House at its Southern tip.

    According to Eliphas Levi:

    “The Pentagram with two horns in the ascendant represents Satan as the goat of the Sabbath; when one point is in the ascendant, it is the sign of the Saviour. The Pentagram is the figure of the human body, having four limbs and a single point representing the head. A human figure head downwards naturally represents a demon – that is, intellectual subversion, disorder or madness. Now if Magic be a reality, if occult science be really the true law of the three worlds, this absolute sign, this sign ancient as history and more ancient, should and does exercise an incalculable effect upon spirits set free from their material envelope.” (Levi, Eliphas, Transcendental Magic, p. 237, (trans. A.E. Waite), Weiser Books, Jan 15, 1968 )

    And “intellectual subversion, disorder or madness” is certainly the norm at the White House.

    This part of Levi’s book may “explain” the use of the inverted pentagram as we see but it doesn’t give an idea as to why Pierre L’Enfant decided to end Rhode Island Ave at Connecticut Ave (rather than ending it at Washington Circle) thus creating a geometrically incomplete or “broken” pentagram.

    It seems possible to me that L’Enfant’s may have been inspired by the use of the broken pentagram in Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s play Faust as explained by the author in the following-linked video:

    Taken together, it seems to me that the art and architecture of Washington DC tells a story that somebody planned to use the U.S. “government” as an evil instrument (particularly the office of president which is apparently the object of the illegitimate aggrandizement of political power – perhaps as foretold both in Daniel 7:8 and the corresponding prophecy of Revelation 13:11), to dominate and control the world.

  101. @geokat62

    That is there opinion and they are fine to have it. The US manufacturing output didn’t decline. What did decline was US employment in manufacturing. But even in China robots are taking many of the manufacturing jobs. Manufacturing output and the labor force no longer correlate. Unless you want to compete with Bangladesh and Honduras for sewing clothes – most of those jobs will never return.

    You realize more food is produced with less labor on farms than every before too right?

    • Replies: @Mary Marianne
  102. Miro23 says:
    @Harold Smith

    Exactly. I believe the Satanists are painfully aware that they’re falling behind Russia and China in military technology and that they can never catch up. So if they’re going to go for the whole enchilada, time is not on their side, and every day they delay the odds against them get a little worse.

    I believe Russia and China know that the Satanists realize their predicament, in which case they’re likely concerned that the Satanists will at some point try to launch a first strike against them, so I suspect we’re in a hair-trigger/launch-on-warning situation far more dangerous than ever before.

    I regard this as quite likely and it would be a double shot against both Russia and China.

    Supporting evidence is large scale ZioGlob elite property buying in the most secure (WW3) global locations like New Zealand and Patagonia. And not houses – they’re building bunkers (supposedly to shelter from Coronavirus – if anyone believes that):

    Billionaire venture capitalist Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and an early Facebook investor, has a 477-acre former sheep station in New Zealand. He’s credited for turning the island nation into the tech world’s destination for doomsday preppers. An entire Vice documentary, Hunt for the Bunker People, centered on the New Zealand bolthole phenomenon.

    “Saying you’re ‘buying a house in New Zealand’ is kind of a wink, wink, say no more,” allusion to an apocalypse hide-away there, LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman told The New Yorker in 2017.

    More than half of his fellow Silicon Valley billionaires have built refuges in case of cataclysmic events, Hoffman told the magazine.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/homed/120623161/billionaire-bunkers-nz-amongst-places-where-elite-may-ride-out-coronavirus

  103. denk says:

    Peak orwellian,

    America won’t back away from our commitment to human rights and fundamental freedoms,”
    “No responsible American president can remain silent when basic human rights are violated.”

    https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2021/05/02/worlds-most-tyrannical-regime-cant-stop-babbling-about-human-rights/

    Where’s peak stupid ahmad newman ?

    • Thanks: Miro23
  104. RobinG says:

    Italian port workers refuse to load arms shipment to Israel

    https://english.alaraby.co.uk/news/pro-palestine-italian-port-workers-refuse-arms-shipment-israel

    After being informed of the ship’s destination and contents, workers decided to block it in a show of solidarity with the Palestinian people.

    “The port of Livorno will not be an accomplice in the massacre of the Palestinian people,” said L’Unione Sindacale di Base (USB).

  105. Anonymous[953] • Disclaimer says:
    @geokat62

    You’re wasting your time with “showmethereal”. He is a negro shill.

    • Troll: showmethereal
  106. @John Pepple

    Workers did indeed have things “better” in the 70’s.
    However to blame workers for “off shoring” on the basis of environmental concerns is simply wrong.
    Off shoring was driven by a whole range of issues which all boil down to US elite desires for ever greater profit. The US government was fully complicit with off shoring.
    And, incidentally, it was that notorious left winger, Pres’ Nixon who started systematic environmental legislation & executive action.

  107. @showmethereal

    Modern competition is in the quality of education and the amount of talented scientists and engineers a given country produces, who create ever smarter, more efficient and productive machines to manufacture goods.

    • Replies: @showmethereal
  108. @Mary Marianne

    You are absolutely correct. Too many people in these comments sections are stuck in the 1940’s. Modern manufacturing is with more brains rather than mostly brawn.

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