2373Fw: WAS CHINA BOUGHT BY USA IN N ORTH COREA AFFAIR? Fw: President Trump Realigning Geo-Political Alliances, and Few Paying Attent ion…
- 17. Apr. 23:24A very interesting item – Is the China People’s Republic involvement, in USA “briding” of N. Corea, the price China has to pay for “taxless commerce” with USA?(During his election campaign Donald Trump had a project to introduce 45 pct.
tax on all imports from China. And at present he become silent about this
Let's hope that Chinese are not so stupid to accept such deal.
But Chinese at present are CAPITALISTS. And as observed it W.I. Lenin, a
greedy capitalist is ready to sell - for profit - the rope he will be hanged
Soon wee will see results of the Celestial Empire "for profit" acts.
This is a Very important article. It makes Trump look. For that reason alone, it "must" be read.
"Trump obviously held a long-ball strategy with the Chinese; he’s described the approach in his books and lived the approach in his business life:
At the outset, position yourself at the furthest oppositional point when it costs you nothing; then leverage inward toward your opponent as they expend their resources to meet your stance.
Almost no-one is noting the scope of what President Trump has accomplished simply by positioning himself at the furthest extreme from the best interests of China, and then working his leverage back toward dual-interests as the Chinese expend capital to meet the point of mutual benefit.
President Trump has expended nothing other than his sheer will, and yet he has leveraged gains that are jaw-droppingly consequential.
♦ What’s the goal of identifying China as a currency manipulator? To stop China from manipulating currency, right? Well, arm-chair opposition says President Trump has reversed his position simply by ‘not doing something’. However, that opposition doesn’t seem to acknowledge the end-goal of the labeling has been achieved without expending an effort. The doing is unnecessary when merely the threat of the doing changes the behavior of the doer.
In two days, April 6th and April 7th, President Trump met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. What actions has President Trump taken, other than ‘not’ doing something, and what actions has President Xi Jinping taken?
♦ China agrees to the framework of a 100 day outline to assemble the trade way-points for renegotiated bi-lateral trade deals.
♦ For the first time ever, China did not support Russia in a U.N. Security Council veto vote surrounding Syria. China abstained.
♦ China turned around 12 fully loaded cargo ships laden with imported coal from North Korea. 400,000 metric tonnes refused unloading. China begins an embargo against North Korean coal. China begins importing coking coal for steel-making from the U.S. coal mines.
♦ Additionally, in furtherance of economic sanctions – China halts oil exports to North Korea.
♦ Additionally, in furtherance of political isolation – China halts direct flights between Beijing, China and Pyongyang, North Korea.
♦ And in the most stunning seismic shift of geo-political alliances, China says it is now open to discussions of a denuclearized North Korea, meaning getting rid of N-Korean nukes, WITHOUT N-Korea being included in the talks. Hello? China, the United States, Japan, Russia and South Korea discussing how to de-nuke North Korea. (A new Marshal Plan of sorts)
What affirmative action did President Trump have to take in order to get China to move toward the position of mutual benefit?
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