They didn’t build it for nothing ……

Kissinger, in Beijing, warns US-China trade war could spark conflict worse than WWI

A very wise man; Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told an audience in Beijing on Thursday that China and the United States are in the “foothills of a Cold War,” warning that the current trade war between the two nations could escalate into an armed conflict worse than World War I if left unresolved.

I said this many times; China did not build this monster just for practice.

The fact of the matter, China like many other countries have been taking advantage of the USA and it’s inept politicians over the years. PDT is putting the brakes on BAU and they do not like it. For the lack of a better term, let us call it a necessary evil.

Folks, we are sitting on a highly volatile volcano that can pop at anytime. We have someone at the helm that is keeping a lid on it and he needs the support of the entire country. We can not continue to be the door mat for the world.

PDT; be fair – stick to your guns – keep your eye on the hog and your finger on the trigger.

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