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$900 Billion Worth Of Absurdity And Why One Bank ‘Is Not Optimistic’ About US-China Relations

There can be no resolution.

There can be no resolution.
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2 comments on “$900 Billion Worth Of Absurdity And Why One Bank ‘Is Not Optimistic’ About US-China Relations

  1. The perceptive analysis here and in the earlier post echoes Wilhelm Reich’s in The Mass Psychology of Fascism. Thanks.

  2. As Trump gets increasingly ‘unhinged,’ it’s high time Congress acted to take away the POTUS’s ‘nuclear trade button.’ The latest ‘eruption’ from our stable genius is to “destroy the Canadian economy” with punitive auto tariffs if Canada doesn’t succumb to his blandishments on NAFTA. He’s forgotten Canada is not the problem, Mexico was more of a problem and China is the ‘elephant in the room.’
    Canada has been America’s most steadfast ally in time of war, and best friend in time of peace, but Putin is probably smiling as Trump slowly destroys that, too.

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