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BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Biden says "we`ll defend Taiwan"

What say you?   IMO, not nearly the dumbest thing he`s said, I imagine some China fan boys snorted the milk out of their nose from their morning cereal on that news. 

Peter Zeihan says China is declining fast and may not be around in a year, certainly won`t last the decade.

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sam1wiseone
Senior Contributor

Re: Biden says "we`ll defend Taiwan"

In my opinion it was the most dangerous thing the senile idiot has said yet.   If people don't see the signs of us spiralling out of control toward ww3 they must have their heads buried.   

If Peter zeihan said China won't be around in a year I think I would put him on ignore.

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Biden says "we`ll defend Taiwan"

Peter means by "be around" as a credible economic and military threat, the physical China will always be there.  Mao`s one child policy and plus their aborting female babies has come around to bite them demographically.  

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sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: Biden says "we`ll defend Taiwan"

Wanted to check in and see what the filthy lyin’ Putinhead Yeah Buhwhatabout China China China scum think.

Good call by ‘Ol Joe. When happenstance offers the US the chance to regain leadership of the free world, don’t waiver.

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Biden says "we`ll defend Taiwan"

China being backed in a corner demographically may see a weak US president as their last best chance to remain relevant  by acquiring Taiwan.   I think mistakes being witnessed currently by Russia in Ukraine has no bearing on dropping their centuries long plans.   Biden was off script, however it keeps them off their game ... a bit.   Xi Jinping has failed his country.

dwillinois
Senior Contributor

Re: Biden says "we`ll defend Taiwan"

Where did you check in from prison? 

We didn't have these problems until * was installed keep thinking you are part of the power structure your just a washed up old pedo who wants the curtain to fall on America and the sooner the better 

RJG640v8
Advisor

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sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: Biden says "we`ll defend Taiwan"

RJ, don’t confuse the emotionally incontinent girlie men with facts.

dwillinois
Senior Contributor

Re: Biden says "we`ll defend Taiwan"

Another treaty that would give away American sovereignty Remember the clowns who said it would take 10 yrs to regain market share from tariffs 

Cato 😂 Like the treaty just signed in Davos its always America last. What is the leftist obsession with handing over American everything?

Flying in baby formula on military aircraft from Europe is not a good look from the Superpower of the world who all nations come to get a free loan of something i'm sure we are getting this free of course for our defense of Europe for the last 100yrs

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Biden says "we`ll defend Taiwan"

https://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/international/238574-trade-agreement-is-a-trojan-horse-for-ob...  

 

snip: 

TPP isn’t the first time the Obama administration has used trade agreements to rewrite immigration law. Its U.S.-South Korea deal expanded the L-1 visa program, which corporations use to bring foreign workers into the U.S.

The Department of Homeland Security Inspector General slammed the L-1 program for fraud. Its crackdown met with pushback from the corporate community, and the Obama administration listened — to the corporations.

Speaking at an international corporate business summit in March, Obama announced that “My administration is going to reform the L-1B visa category, which allows corporations to temporarily move workers from a foreign office to a U.S. office in a faster, simpler way. … [T]his could benefit hundreds of thousands of nonimmigrant workers and their employers.” (Emphasis added.)

Those hundreds of thousands of “nonimmigrant workers” aren’t Americans — they are foreign workers not counted as immigrants.

Guest worker visas top the wish list of the corporate interests pushing immigration reform. They are also pushing the Trans-Pacific Partnership. One corporate trade association says bluntly that “The TPP should remove restrictions on nationality or residency requirements for the selection of personnel.”

In The Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Quest for a Twenty-first Century Trade Agreement, Joel Trachtman declares that immigration is an “important frontier” in TPP, “promising great opportunities for individual migrants” and “developing country workers.” It cites the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement as a precedent for TPP.

We know Canada is now negotiating a trade pact with the European Union that would allow corporations to bring in unlimited numbers of contract workers in a broad number of fields, including manufacturing and construction. The Trans-Pacific Partnership includes Canada, and the Obama administration is negotiating its own agreement with the EU, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.

All these “21st-century trade agreements” are written by the same corporate interests and negotiators, and all have the same goal: more visas for foreign workers. If TPP goes into effect, they will be beyond the reach of any future Congress.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership is another instance of Obama using every means he can to advance his immigration agenda, as he said he would.

Remember this: nothing Congress puts in TPA will alter what’s already been negotiated over the past six years.