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TRUMP STEAMROLLS INTO REPUBLICAN FINALE - CHINA'S NIGHTMARE OR DREAM COME TRUE?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2016-3-11 22:46:11 |Display all floors
Titus123 Post time: 2016-3-11 22:44
He's ok with Palestinians

He only truly likes WASP's
Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured. Mark Twain

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Saul Post time: 2016-3-11 22:46
He only truly likes WASP's

WASPS, truly? He's ok with Russia and Palestinians.

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Titus123 Post time: 2016-3-11 22:49
WASPS, truly? He's ok with Russia and Palestinians.

He puts on a show...but White Anglo Saxons Protestants is his main audience.
He does have the red neck, uneducated incest crowd on his side as well.
Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured. Mark Twain

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Trump is a realist and a pragmatist.  It may mean he can be tough.  It also means you can negotiate.

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This post was edited by abramicus at 2016-3-13 14:41

TRUMP GETS THE TREATMENT OF A "CHINAMAN" IN AMERICA

It is sad how Trump's opponents are resorting to hooliganism, thuggery and race-baiting in interrupting and smearing his campaign rallies that give a bad name to democracy, equating it to mobocracy in the eyes of the world, a shocking confirmation to the Chinese people that the democracy that the West is trying to impose on them is packed with tricks and tribulations for those wanting to aspire for public office, that nobody with any self-respect would want to be dragged through the mud, as Trump has been lately.

They disrupt his rallies, then they blame him and the police for ejecting the disrupters, called "protesters", as if to protest, one has to disrupt, even a democratic process as a candidate explaining his platform to the public and to his admirers.

At least Trump has not sent his followers to the rallies of his rivals to disrupt their campaigns - including the campaigns of those whose followers intentionally attended his speeches to interrupt and scold him.  Out of respect for democracy, they should have simply protested outside the venue of his campaign rallies, to give him the right to speak and the public the right to hear what he has to say.

Strange, that a commentary like this would appear in China Daily, in defense of a candidate who has nothing nice to say about China.  

But keeping the playing field level will be the basis of future Sino-American relations, and keeping the field level from the get-go is clearly the only way forward for Trump and for China as well.

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This post was edited by abramicus at 2016-3-14 04:01

THE ULTRA-LEFT AND THE ULTRA RIGHT ATTACKS ON TRUMP REFLECT THEIR FUNDAMENTALLY IDENTICAL FOREIGN POLICY TOWARD CHINA.

Having attacked the Trump rallies with planted protesters, when Trump defends his right to speak and his audience's right to hear by physically ejecting these physically implanted disrupters of speech and hearing, he is labeled an "aggressor".

This is just a shade milder than when China is accused of being "aggressive" when it defends its sovereign territory from intruders, who wade in and out of its sovereign waters, on the basis of a self-proclaimed right of "free" navigation.

Well, they sure are "free navigating" Trump rallies all right, challenging him to eject them, basically the same way that China is being challenged in the South China Sea.  Unfortunately, if Trump is elected, he would probably do the same to China, if not even more.  Charity begins at home, and uncharity, likewise.

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This post was edited by abramicus at 2016-3-14 12:55

IN THE END, IT IS THE NATIONALISTS VERSUS THE GLOBALISTS.

While Trump's pledges sound xenophobic all around, it becomes understandable if we realize he is fighting for America's national interest, while the rest are co-opting it for a foreign or globalist interest, be it social, economic or military.  

It has come to revealing his bare knuckles of rejecting NAFTA and TPP, where cheap labor can be imported ad lib to replace local American labor when packaged into products that are sold to American buyers.  While this has fattened the multinational corporations, it has reduced both the number and the pay scale of the workers in America, with their losses split 70/20/10 between the importers and the Canadian/Mexican factories and their workers.  

To enable the American public to keep buying, money has been printed and lent with near zero interest rates.  This, is the real economy, not the one taught in Economics 101.

Sanders wants to reduce the heap to dust, and use the government to decide whom to help, how much, and when.  Trump wants to keep the heap at home, and let the middle class decide what to buy, at what price, and when.  One is a vision of Americans as beggars needing to be saved by Big Brother, the other, of Americans as free men earning a decent pay from their labor, not subject to the pay scales of slaves or automatons.  

Needless to say, the America of Trump will be a bigger headache for China, but if China is to grow in real terms, not just in dollars that depreciate over time, a Trump presidency will force China to shut down its exports but unlike the present economic program, will rev up its manufacturing sector to produce what its people really want or need.  A Trump challenge to China would force China to raise its tariffs against American products, forcing each country to rely on its own laborers more, raising the wages of its workers.  Now, for the consumption and service oriented economists, isn't that the best way to increase consumption, by forcing the country to work to produce what it consumes?













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