New York Times: How China Pulled So Far Ahead On Industrial Policy

In my speech at The Political Cesspool: 20 Year Anniversary Conference, I name dropped Pat Buchanan’s 1998 book The Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty and Social Justice Are Being Sacrificed To The Gods of the Global Economy as a key influence on my political views. I brought up Joe Biden’s recent 100% tariff rate on Chinese electric vehicles as an example of how much the mainstream consensus has changed on trade and industrial policy. I also cited a bunch of poll numbers from American Compass which showed broad support on the Right for a pro-worker economic policy.

New York Times:

“But no country has come close to matching the scale and tenacity of China’s support. The proof is in the production: In 2022, Beijing accounted for 85 percent of all clean-energy manufacturing investment in the world, according to the International Energy Agency.

Now the United States, Europe and other wealthy nations are trying frantically to catch up. Hoping to correct past missteps on industrial policy and learn from China’s successes, they are spending huge amounts on subsidizing homegrown companies while also seeking to block competing Chinese products. They have made modest inroads: Last year, the energy agency said, China’s share of new clean-energy factory investment fell to 75 percent.

The problem for the West, though, is that China’s industrial dominance is underpinned by decades of experience using the power of a one-party state to pull all the levers of government and banking, while encouraging frenetic competition among private companies.

China’s unrivaled production of solar panels and electric vehicles is built on an earlier cultivation of the chemical, steel, battery and electronics industries, as well as large investments in rail lines, ports and highways.

From 2017 to 2019, it spent an extraordinary 1.7 percent of its gross domestic product on industrial support, more than twice the percentage of any other country, according to an analysis from the Center for Strategic and International Studies. …

President Biden and European leaders are determined to develop their countries’ manufacturing capacity in advanced technologies like semiconductors, electric vehicles and batteries, in part by adopting some of China’s tactics to nurture industries.”

Here we are 24 years later.

The New York Times is publishing incredulous articles asking how this happened to us. How did China become the largest economy in the world? How did China come to dominate global manufacturing? Why is China so far ahead of us in renewable technologies and electric vehicles? How did we end up with a national debt of 32 trillion dollars which increases by a trillion every three months?

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  1. Captain hindsight and Nixon didn’t think American’s would becaome fake and gay, anywho. The paperless bribery quid pro quo of Chinese origin with the obammers and the bidumbs would give us insight into this I suspect.

    • Edit: Nixon presided over the fake apollo missions, so I see his bankster ordered judgement of modernising chiner as retarded, as they would have been a billion strong backwater.

      • That is such a retarded comment I don’t even know how to respond. Did you drop out of school in 7th grade? Sounds like it.

      • I think there are a number of gay ops that need to be questioned. I’m even skeptical of the Jap A bombs. Also flight 800, 9/11, gas chambers etc. Faggots that question the core of Apollo are just running distraction for jews. Maybe they photoshopped a few pics for effect but the weeks of audio for every mission is publicly available. It would have been easier to go to the moon than fake that.

        • The astronauts went up with a jeep, survived the Van Allen readiation belts, had suits that could keep them alive from 200 degrees plus and then walk in the moons shadows at a balmy-200 degrees but the jap A bombs are fake lol.

        • All these books published saying the moon missions were fakes are by, you know who. And they keep saying the same stupid things over and over, even though all their foolish stupidity has been answered over and over. Who else does that, you know who.

          It’s all part of the over 100 year demoralization campaign they’ve been running. If they spent half as much effort doing something worthwhile themselves, maybe people wouldn’t kick them out of everywhere they go.

          Instead, they financialize something someone else built, and then ruin it.

          • Hear me out my friend, I do not intend to demoralize. The truth shall set you free, as whatever you’re worldview percieves, either a cliche or a wonderful Christian doctrine, which has meaning. The apollo missions coincided with the MIC boondoggle, Vietnam. They faked the moon stuff and funneled the billions into the war. Watch this, it is quite good on the subject:https://www.bitchute.com/video/gTXLymLP61H0/

            I want Whitey to succeed greatly but I don’t believe in the noble lie.

          • “…I do not intend to demoralize….They faked the moon stuff…”

            If true, then you are foolish or ignorant. I know. I’ve looked at probably the vast majority of all the “it’s a moon hoax” evidence, and I also have seen the vast majority of answers to the “it’s a hoax” people’s criticisms. And the hoax people’s evidence does not hold water. It doesn’t stand when you look at the evidence. Most of the criticism is ignorance of the highest level. Like the moon lander was made of tin foil, radiation will kill them all, waving flags, it’s all so stupid as to defy belief that people as so foolish as to believe it proves anything. And I doubt you will be moved even by the best evidence, but you’re wrong. I in no way am a government promoter.

            I’m fairly well versed in ALL the objections that “prove” we didn’t go there, and all of them are severely lacking in any sort of logic at all or have simple explanations that are readily seen. Mostly they just repeat the same lies over, and over, and over again, that have been answered hundreds of times. Even worse, some say they know it was fake and give a few examples, easily proven wrong, then they still say they KNOW it was false but haven’t a damn thing to show that they are right. About the only thing I think they may have right is, somewhere, there may be a few photos that NASA publicist photoshopped but I couldn’t actually show you any nor do I know any specific examples. The whole thing was done in such a rush, at breakneck speed, I could see someone cheating figuring no one would ever know and change a photo or two.

            I believe most everything we’re told is a lie, including 9-11 and many other things. But we did send astronauts to the moon, they landed on it and did scientific experiments. This is a fact, and you have zero evidence that this is not true.

            And the link you provide says nothing about the moon missions either. And I’m fully aware of the link you provided and know a great deal about it, and it has nothing to do with the moon missions.

      • I am disappointed that some fellow socialists (and many people in China today) have bought into “the Moon landing was a hoax” nonsense. You deniers are understandably skeptical, because FIFTY YEARS have passed since the last Moon landing. But the U.S. has just been too busy doing other things, none of them good. The Apollo program served its Cold War propaganda purpose. Russia was always years ahead of the U.S. in space, up to the spectacular manned Moon missions. But now that China has pulled way ahead of the U.S. in exploring the Moon, the U.S. is suddenly wanting to go there again to win (with propaganda) another Cold War space race.

    • It was foreseen, it was forewarned and it was ignored long ago before Obama. Leaders of both parties, knowingly joined in creating the post Cold War uniparty cabal for their own personal enrichment. Most individuals who made money since 1993 in America have done so on the backs of broken individual careers, gutted cities and towns, and destroyed Middle and Working class American families. This is especially true for those involved in the wholesale asset sell off done by Big Business and Finance. There is only one solution to redeem the country and our future posterity from such a scale of high treason. And it isn’t pretty.

      • I agree with your viewpoint on what happened. Interestingly enough, the history of American (and Western) industrial policy regarding China-shipping off factories to China etc. indicates that yes in a way Marx was right after all.
        Marx did say that to economic elites it doesn’t matter who makes stuff as long as they get get rich off it-elites don’t really have a loyalty to a particular country, it is just a place where they make their domicile and where they store their cash. Certainly American economic elites don’t have a loyalty to the US.
        It is interesting that the alternative right has, for a long time now, been making use of Marxism (although not calling it that for obvious politeness reasons) to describe what happened and what is happening. Nothing wrong with that, a Marxist analysis can be tremendously useful in helping to understand as long as you discard the militant atheism part and the the nationalization of small businesses, which can be easily done.
        Marx also had ideas how to proceed when regarding traitors-simply confiscate their property, put the most militant ones in jail, and don’t allow their relatives to partake in government. Marx and Engels, although flawed individuals were quite perceptive in many ways.

        • “I agree with your viewpoint on what happened. Interestingly enough, the history of American (and Western) industrial policy regarding China-shipping off factories to China etc. indicates that yes in a way Marx was right after all.”

          Marx just didn’t say these things. Everyone said these things. It was a common refrain among the American Founding Fathers that outsourcing industrial policy was injurious to not only the local polity but even corrupted the benefactors of the policy as well as empower foreign powers and princes. Marx merely re elucidated the commonly known facts about detaching production from the geography of its owner.

          I’ve pushed the Right into researching classical American economic policy, including Buchanan. It’s policy origins are in the Federalist Papers and especially in Alexander Hamilton’s Report on Manufacturers. The Founding Fathers inherited and adopted Britain’s mercantile policy from which the American School of Economics was derived. But it was Henry Clay who articulated the policy into a complete system of economic policy.

          It is clear from any reading of the Constitutional Convention, and the Convention of the States, that direct government intervention in the economy was INTENDED to ensure that dearly won political independence was not lost by being economically and financially dependent on the powers and princes of Europe. The levels of this government intervention at local, state, and federal levels became the debate field which dominated American politics for centuries. The idea that Marx caused this is insane.

          The creation of a strong federal government able to promote science, invention, industry and commerce, so as to promote the general welfare and making the economy of the United States strong enough for them to determine their own destiny is written directly into the US Constiturion. American political life has been about the level of that intervention and dominated the discourse of the early Republic with Jeffersonian and Madisonians in one side, and Hamiltonian and Claytonians on the other. But all agreed there had to be a level of government intervention to ensure independence.

          The outsourcing and financilization of American economy didn’t become dominant until the 1970s. From 1790 to 1970 the American Economic School predominated in policy. It had its own teachers, chairs, and schools at University and in government bureaus and its own policy journals. Since the 1970s its been obliterated.

          Today, the GOP and the Democrats both advocate a globalist trade policy with the idea that it is the only truth and is the only truth that has existed since time immemorial. This includes saying things like Free Trade made America great when in fact protectionist trade made America great. Trump and the Right threatens to re establish this policy. This is why they are attacked by the powers that be. Its because they threaten the oligarchs and trillions of dollars they accumulated under globalism. Its not because they use Marxist rhetoric.

  2. Leftist unions made our workforces too expensive to employ. Now China has all our jobs. Everything the left touches from industrial policy to immigration, is detrimental to us. And it’s all by design.
    As they sit on roads disrupting traffic, China carpets my country with EV’s, wind turbines and solar panels all made in their filthy factories with no environmental or safety regulations, and using slave labour.
    Our economic sovereignty and security is non existent. We’re highly exposed to China’s volatile nature.

    • True, the unions got greedy but the vast, vast blame in the gutting of the US industrial economy lies with economic elite of the country-they were the ones who decided the factories were to be shipped off to China and Mexico and they ensured that US politicians enacted low tariffs for goods from those countries.

    • Workers in Europe and Japan still have pensions, guaranteed employment and rights to prevent dismissal…
      Companies in USA do have to pay for a botched, expensive private insurance scheme, however.

    • Continental European manufacturing workers, especially in Germany were paid better than their American counterparts, but they had a flourishing manufacturing economy until recently. The causes of the problems are systemic and qualitative not wages and benefits.

  3. Re: “American Compass,” a right-wing organisation, creates poll numbers that “show broad support on the Right for a pro-worker economic policy”:

    Impossible. A contradiction in terms. Confusion! The Right is not, cannot be, pro-worker economics. Real worker economics is what the entire Right (far, near and in-between) and the fake left all OPPOSE! Populism’reformism is an illusion, the broad, easy road that struggling workers are misdirected to take (by participating in the system’s fake “elections”) that always circles right back to the same place.

    Re: “How did China become the largest economy in the world? How did China come to dominate global manufacturing? Why is China so far ahead of us”:

    The reason is the difference of systems, one of class and greed, versus natural ethno-socialism with Chinese characteristics, based on the selfless Confucian ethic of ????? (“Serve the people!”). China would be even FURTHER ahead if it hadn’t veered off the straight, narrow path of socialism after the passing of Mao. No nation in history grew in prosperity like China did in the first decades after the revolution. https://www.greanvillepost.com/2019/06/13/reassessing-the-great-leap-forward-the-truth-about-mao-is-still-buried-under-tons-of-vile-propaganda/ Now, President Xi and the Party are trying to recover the workers’ economy from the disaster of Deng’s revisionist, capitalist path of cooperation with the U.S. that corrupted the people with “Western values” (such as ?????? – “Everyone get rich!”), reversing the moral effect of Mao’s Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, upset the demographics (the U.S. ordered China to follow a one-child policy as a condition of the trade deal) and wasted many billions of hours of the people’s labour on fruitless, unnecessary manufactures for the benefit (obscene profits) of Western elites.

  4. The series of question marks in two places in my foregoing comment appeared in place of the Chinese words in Chinese characters I had entered.

  5. Neoliberalism/Reaganism/Thatcherism along with mass migration and open borders failed.
    They need to be replaced by protectionism and little-no migration.
    And corporations need to be heavily taxed and regulated to protect workers, consumers and the quality of our food, air and water.
    The money should be spent on education, healthcare, housing, infrastructure and subsidies for cooperatives, unions and small businesses.
    Unfortunately we will learn this lesson the hard way.
    We will only learn it after the socioeconomy collapses leading to massive spikes in poverty, crime, civil unrest and terrorism, we will not learn it before.

    • This guy Karl Logan, his solution is 100% the baseline policy objective the country needs. I disagree with him on some things but his identification of systemic economic policy changes is usually correct.

  6. Multiply and increase tariffs, end offshoring and outsourcing.
    And protect our land and housing from being bought up by foreigners and monopolists.
    Reagan, Thatcher and Mulroney sold us out to corporations, foreigners, the military and worst of all, Israel, absolutely gutted the Anglosphere.
    Our enemies are just as much on the right as the left.
    By and large our problem is our ruling class.

    • “Multiply and increase tariffs, ”
      That will lead to inflation and shortages.

      Since 1990. the US has used the importation of cheap Chinese products as a means to hold down inflation. Many of those products can’t be made in America at affordable prices. Our labor force is too ‘diverse’.

      With ‘diversity’ comes a massive loss in efficiency.

  7. “Hoping to correct past missteps on industrial policy and learn from China’s successes, ”

    There aren’t any ngrs on Chinese assembly lines.
    How are we going to catch up on semiconductors with a national IQ dropping like a lead brick?

    Notice, both Nvidia and AMD are headed by ethnic Chinese.
    While many White kids go to integrated slum schools, some are beaten to death, others just beaten. Billions are spent on lavish new schools, so ghetto denizens can trash them. This occurs while White children are brainwashed with every degree of perversion imaginable, being denied the advanced high tech equipment that other nations have.

    In Japan high school students have the most advanced computer controlled machine tools to learn with.
    How long would those last in an ‘integrated’ school?

    I have seen many instances of the most modern equipment provided to ‘black’ schools just trashed to junk.

    One such instance, trying to teach blacks Statistical Quality Control. The public school district provided the black students with the most advanced statistical calculators available. Those ever innovative blacks discovered new uses for the expensive calculators, bashing each other over the head. Closets full of smashed, totally ruined calculators.

    How are we going to have an advanced society with that ?

    • This is the systemic qualitative problem American labor and especially manufacturing faces. The solution is increased wages and increased STANDARDS for the positions. We are talking about professionalizing the manufacturing labor force.

      Doing this means eliminating the Warren-Burger court ruling which eliminated standards such as IQ tests, Literacy Tests, Physical Tests, in jobs. For example, height requirements in Police positions were eliminated which is why you have women trying to be street cops in ghettos. Only a rear guard rigging of police operations by the old guard kept our Police force still somewhat capable.

      Starting with Obama, it has been the goal of the left to reach deeper into these environments and deconstruct the fall back positions of the old guard. It is our job to not inky reinforce those policies in the State bureaucracies but push back against Warren-Burger court rules and restore old standards. That alone would clean out much of the nigger-spic-coolie-sodomite leftist infiltrators in government, academia, corporations, and professions.

      So, what we need is to reverse the human capital degradation of the country starting with reversing immigration, affirmative action, and destandardization. We increase professionalism among various labor categories to encourage higher quality, higher wages, and more human factors. We reimplement a protectionist trade policy to reshore offshore capital producing assets. We deleverage capitalist concentrated wealth by refragementing the relocalizing the commodities, securities, and banking industries, and breaking up the corporate conglomerates. Then we can restore the American Republic of yore.

  8. Our deindustrialization is just one symptom of ‘integration’. No amount of government spending and tariffs will correct it. The NYTimes article blatantly refuses to acknowledge the racial element that underlies the entire problem.

    Industrial decline is just among the first symptoms of racial decay. When economic failure overtakes us a myriad of problems will surface , health, safety, reliability, utilities, shortages of essential items etc.

    • True, but we still need to restore the protectionist trade policies to recreate a marketplace for implementing job creation. Without that we cannot also restore standards whether in owners, managers, producers, and laborers which will draw in higher human capital necessary to produce quality capital and consumer items. Only course the corporate and labor backed mafias won’t willingly allow this to happen so we can expect huge unrest in manufacturing centers as niggers, spics, and trash, rebel against increases labor standards and corporate regulations. That’s where law enforcement from federal to local, and patriotic labor groups from unions to guilds to associations working together will be needed. What we are talking about is a wholesale systemic change which will be revolutionary in its timeline implemention. Anything short of it will spell probable doom given the various demographic and foreign threats we face.

  9. “Why is China so far ahead of us in renewable technologies and electric vehicles?”

    That’s like asking why are they so far ahead in railroads. This is a problem in the mind of shitlib degenerates, not serious people. Try to bookend “the battery power car gap” “the wind generator gap” and the “solar panel gap” with Pat Buchanan clips is rather clumsy.

  10. Leftism and liberalism are two different things. Here we see the difference between them, with China being Leftist but America being Liberal.

  11. “How did China come to dominate global manufacturing? Why is China so far ahead of us in renewable technologies and electric vehicles?”

    People cite many reasons, such as, “We sent all our manufacturing overseas.” Yeah, OK, but WHY did we do that? In order to fix the problem, the root cause has to be identified.

    The core reason for this and many other issues we have in the USA is the financialization of the economy. Everything has been turned over to the bean counters in order to ensure quarterly growth, quarter after quarter (stock market rules supreme). Companies no longer innovate. They would rather not spend money on R&D but instead buy up a start up that has some new technology. And this model mostly only works for software (but not all the time). When it comes to making tangible things, engineers must work hand-in-hand with a manufacturing team in order to learn and innovate. When the factory is moved to China and Chinese engineers are cheaply hired there, the knowledge and innovation takes place in China, not at the corporate office of the company in New York.

    CEO’s, in general, are pretty ignorant, unless they specifically founded a company and participated from the ground up. The crop of MBA’s have no idea how technological innovation really happens or how to foster it. I’ve probably harped on this before, but when Trump was president, he asked why the USA can be the leader in 5G cellular. I wish he would have asked me personally. I could have told him the reason – as explained above. Everything was shipped offshore and the 2G and 3G engineers have all retired. We don’t have the experience in the USA to even being dominating that market.

    I’m retired now, but I used to be an engineer at a top USA technology company. We used to be in the top 10 corporations in number of patents granted by the US patent office, even into the late 90’s. I couldn’t even say where the company ranks today because it doesn’t exist in that form anymore. Research divisions and manufacturing were offshored and sold off. What remains isn’t in even the top 100 anymore.

    The other elephant in the room is our educations system. While Chinese students are learning math, chemistry and physics, our students are learning about drag queen story hour. We have hardly any young adults left who went through a rigorous science background.

    There’s no way to quickly turn things around, especially when shekels rule supreme in all corporate decisions. Because our corporate and governmental leaders have no idea what scientists and engineers actually do, they think the answer is just to throw more money at the problem. That will make the national debt grow even faster but won’t result in anything except a small number of people lining their pockets.

    • “There’s no way to quickly turn things around”

      There’s no way to turn things around PERIOD, unless racial issues are addressed.

      White kids are ridiculed if they’re smart, they have to be ‘cool’ and emulate ghetto apes. TV has dissolved the minds of Whites.

    • Good ol Casper Koch. He is 100% correct on this and it appears happily retired now. Someone like him should be put on the National Indistrial Restoration Division of whatever nationalist brain trust Trump will need if he and the GOP hope to turn the country around.

  12. For thirty five years many people involved with policy including myself and people like Pat Buchanan raised the warning flags over what globalism meant in general and particular with industrializing China. This is why most of us backed Buchanan in his bids for the Presidency especially his last one in 2000. Every single person involved in fighting this post Cold War globalist policy, including many Cold War leaders such as Buchanan, were railroaded out of government, saw their careers stunted at best, and their worst fears come true.

    There is only one solution that will change this dynamic. The complete and utter accountability of those who pushed the American destroying globalist policies. The betrayal and disastrous consequences of the betrayal are such that literally hundreds of thousands of people who were policy lobbyists, elected politicians, corporate ceos and managers, labor leaders, academic teachers, and government servants must be punished by fines, imprisonment, and/or death, as well as civil court law suits and asset forfeiture. This can only be accomplished by mass Congressional hearings, the exposure of those involved and the compensation they received by declassifying and publishing the intelligence gathered on these subjects and their activities by federal and state law enforcement and intelligence, and finally their subsequent trials for treason.

    Such a reaction is unlikely to occurr short of some major historical event stemming from loss in foreign or domestic war, political revolution or coup de etat, or some economic upheaval and mass civil protest that results in a new leader and cadre who are determined to redeem the country. Until that happens, the traitors will escape accountability and their poison will continue to damage the country. Either way welcome to increasing decline and social upheaval. You wont be able to go fishing for very long at your favorite fishing hole.

    • “hundreds of thousands of people who were policy lobbyists, elected politicians, corporate ceos and managers, labor leaders, academic teachers, and government servants must be punished by fines, imprisonment, and/or death, as well as civil court law suits and asset forfeiture. This can only be accomplished by mass Congressional hearings”:

      Congressional hearings and other reform methods won’t make any difference. Every reform of the system is an illusion or hoax. The system will continue to obey its own logic, its own necessity, regardless of who is deposed and punished (for show) or who is elevated to be “in charge.”

      “American destroying globalist policies”:

      But that’s impossible because “America” IS globalist!

      Global out-sourcing of manufacturing has been extremely profitable for the elites, and it is still very profitable, and the crumbs of the rich spoils of global imperialism continue to fall off the elites’ table, satisfying the depraved appetite of the greed-corrupted population (aka “American people”) of the imperial “homeland” (aka “America”).

    • > Such a reaction is unlikely to occurr short of some major historical event stemming from loss in foreign or domestic war, political revolution or coup de etat, or some economic upheaval and mass civil protest that results in a new leader and cadre who are determined to redeem the country. Until that happens, the traitors will escape accountability and their poison will continue to damage the country. Either way welcome to increasing decline and social upheaval. You wont be able to go fishing for very long at your favorite fishing hole.

      And yet here you are day after day standing up for Globo-Pedo and urging readers here to support it, whether in Murika, EUSSR, NATO, New Khazaria or Izrahell – all of which exist solely to further the expansion of Clown-World (‘rules based order’, ‘freedumb’, ‘democracy’, etc). As a genuine smart guy has noted: Remember, for all its many flaws and horrors, communism didn’t destroy any of the nations it infested. Clown World is an abomination well beyond the historical evils of the communists. He is correct. Thus the only logical position remaining is to support whatever will bring about the self-immolation of Clown-World the fastest while building something which can survive the ensuing chaos. Even now, it’s not easy to determine what will bring about Clown-World’s demise fastest, so building the survival shelters would appear to be the priority as there’s little we can do to shove Clown-World off the cliff at present. The one thing that can be done is to refuse to support CW in any way. Don’t join the military, don’t support muh-Israhell of Jewkraine, don’t support anything endorsed by the CW uniparties or churches owned by CW (which is basically all of them). They’re all headed for the flames, which is more mercy than they deserve. Work instead on building survival shelters or arcs – literally and figuratively.

      • Re: “communism didn’t destroy any of the nations”:

        That much I agree with, not the full sentence. Mao said a people or nation is the “soil” that the seed of socialism takes root in, and grows and blossoms in. Both the “soil” (a people) and the people’s republic are needed, one cannot exist without the other. The history of socialism shows that the existence of distinct nations, peoples or ethnicities and even tribes within nations, both large and small, are always jealously guarded and preserved, because ethnicity and ethno-centrism are natural. Before the unnatural class and usury system appeared, mankind lived in tribal “proimitive communism.” Class division and exploitation of workers is destroying the world.

      • “And yet here you are day after day standing up for Globo-Pedo and urging readers here to support it, whether in Murika, EUSSR, NATO, New Khazaria or Izrahell – all of which exist solely to further the expansion of Clown-World (‘rules based order’, ‘freedumb’, ‘democracy’, etc).”

        The only clown world is the one you live in where we should support Sand Niggers, the biggest traffickers in Globo-Pedo, and largest armies of Christ Killers, because they aren’t “Duh, Jews” a fractional minority sliver of humanity in contrast to the 2nd largest racial religion in the world, the Islamo-Arabic Umma. The other clown world you live in is where you support a KGB Dictator who larps at being a White Christian Nationalist while he is being baptized an Islamo-Buddhist Tatar, waging war on the single largest Christian nation in Europe, and wants to set up a Euro-Asiatic Empire that is straight out of Gene Rodenbury’s Padashah run Empire.

        “As a genuine smart guy has noted: Remember, for all its many flaws and horrors, communism didn’t destroy any of the nations it infested. Clown World is an abomination well beyond the historical evils of the communists. He is correct. Thus the only logical position remaining is to support whatever will bring about the self-immolation of Clown-World the fastest while building something which can survive the ensuing chaos. Even now, it’s not easy to determine what will bring about Clown-World’s demise fastest, so building the survival shelters would appear to be the priority as there’s little we can do to shove Clown-World off the cliff at present. The one thing that can be done is to refuse to support CW in any way. Don’t join the military, don’t support muh-Israhell of Jewkraine, don’t support anything endorsed by the CW uniparties or churches owned by CW (which is basically all of them). They’re all headed for the flames, which is more mercy than they deserve. Work instead on building survival shelters or arcs – literally and figuratively.”

        Finally let’s take the other clown world you live in where you want a Catholic Neo-Nazi European dominated authortarian super-state like the EU, to replace the free security collective of NATO. You even fail to see the opportunity of using NATO to promote actual Western Christian Nationalism under a Trump Presidency, but instead want not just see it replaced, but to even fragment the US into competing regional countries which will fall prey to China and Mexico.

        In contrast to your false accusations, I oppose the neo liberal movement not because its ideals are necessary evil, but rather they are stupid. The idea that some Nigger shithole can be like America just by adopting a sheet of paper proclaiming its alignment with the US Constition is ridiculous. Its as ridiculous as the idea that the US Constitition itself will remain effective after the people who birthed it have been replaced.

        This is why I am real American nationalist who wants to roll back the demographic change brought about by the Judeo-Catholics. Its why I am real-politic in practical application of a foreign policy that seeks to elevate Christendom (Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox) as a community of interests. This community should be one where the US is free to protect its Anglo-Protestant oriented national interests in collaboration with our greatest allies, the liberated British, Australians, New Zealanders, Canadians, and South Africans.

        The preceeding is why I am a patriot who wants his American people, the founders of this country, liberated from a Globalist occupied government, and restored to their preeminence in constitutional government, guided by their restored Protestant faith. In contrast to you, my opinions on foreign and domestic policy are integrative and logical and best of all patriotic. They are real world versus your clown world.

    • “Judeo-communism practices – this is the reality”:

      No. It’s the reality of Talmudeo-capitalism. Note well that it was the U.sury S.ystem (the U.S.) and its “Korean” proxy regime that started it – floating balloons full of printed lies into the real, independent, unoccupied socialist Korea. Also note well that lying Western “news” media only reports when the real Korea responds by sending dung-carrying balloons (like those who cry out louder than the victim, when they are hitting their victim). As Chairman Kim says, what the U.S.’s balloons carry into Korea is much filthier than dung!

  13. The tariffs on Chinese stuff are not pro worker. Zog is just shifting from China to India, Vietnam, Thailand, Mexico, etc.

  14. The reason why the manufacturing was sent to China is simple. Along with others, that one move set the seal of doom on the West. This was a deliberate policy instigated by the banksteins, who knew that, after being sufficiently hollowed out and manufacturing in the West being sufficiently degraded, they could instigate a war that would see the West lose. Remember, without a robust industrial manufacturing system, you cannot create the new planes, ships, tanks etc, at least not faster than your enemy.

    Another factor, mentioned upthread is financialisation. This is especially pertinent when it comes to waging wars as they are very expensive. The US/West’s ability to finance a war through debt issuance is a non starter I believe.

    The banksteins are people who think in terms of decades and centuries. Do you?

    The trajectory of their agenda is unfolding exactly as designed, all those decades ago (from 1913).

    Death to ZOG.

  15. I meant create the new war materiel in the event of destruction in war. The Chinese can build ships (and hypersonic missiles) at a breathtaking pace compared to the West. ALL by design.

    The West has already lost ww3. Most normies don’t recognise any of this as Britain’s Got Talent and other TV shows take up most of their mental space.

    • War is what you always voted for. And you greed-corrupted, money-mad people will continue to vote for it (for War) in (s)election after (s)election. You will always vote for one or the other of the twin capitalist parties, until your endless global imperialist war-making “eagle” (or vulture) finally comes “home” (to the imperial “homeland”) to roost and feed on you, like it always feeds on foreign peoples. Like Biblical Babylon that exploited the ancient world, your system’s destruction has been ordained (by the real God, not the Mammon god that your money says you trust in). It might come suddenly “at an hour when you think not,” while you are still reveling in the ongoing feast of the spoils of your global imperialist war-making. Or it might come slowly, if the unstoppable millstone of God’s justice grinds slowly, but it will surely come and it will be complete. And when it happens, as it says in the Bible, all the Merchants of the earth who profited by her (Babylon) will weep for their lost wealth and business profits. “And the merchants of the earth shall weep and mourn over her, for no man buyeth their merchandise anymore.” Revelation 18:11 KJV

  16. How?
    Technology and industry transfers both above and below board by jews, and a homogeneous society free of negroes. That’s how.

  17. Meanwhile in Nashville, gullible STUPID “Christian-Zionists” rush to save a shameless Israeli grifting organization from being de-platformed:

    https://www.christianpost.com/news/hotel-apologizes-after-canceling-pro-israel-christian-conference.html

    https://ijr.com/dave-ramsey-saves-day-venue-pulls-rug-pro-israel-conference/

    https://sjlmag.com/2024/05/13/citing-safety-concerns-nashville-hotel-cancels-pro-israel-summit/

    “The summit, which is expected to draw about 500 people, is billed as “the first annual gathering of pro-Israel supporters who unconditionally support Israel’s right to be sovereign in the entirety of the land of Israel, including Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria, and the Gaza Strip.”
    Founded in 2004, HaYovel is a self-identified “Christian Zionist” volunteer organization that sends Christians to Israel to help plant trees, work at vineyards and tour the country.

    “We bring Christians to Israel to serve the land and people, enabling them to connect to the land of their faith, restore Christian Jewish relations, and confirm Israel’s right to their ancestral homeland,” the group says on its website.”

  18. Biden does not have an industrial policy. Biden has a DE-industrialization policy. The Democrats with their Green derangement are more anti-industry than the GOP. The purpose of Biden’s China tariffs is to prevent ownership of vehicles as such. Dems EV is really just a dogwhistle for abolishing private transportation and forcing everyone to ride with the blacks.

  19. True, the unions got greedy but the vast, vast blame in the gutting of the US industrial economy lies with economic elite of the country-they were the ones who decided the factories were to be shipped off to China and Mexico and they ensured that US politicians enacted low tariffs for goods from those countries.

  20. People are in despair and believing there are NO solutions. But there are. They are not even that difficult if you can get the right people in office to pass them. Here’s a couple that would drastically change things over time. Likely fairly fast and not cost us a huge amount of money. Maybe none when you could the increased employment.

    1. The big problem is that the people at the top are economically disconnected from those at the bottom. So connect them. Pass a law that if you use imported goods or parts manufactured overseas, ALL the top executives or any employees or contractor labor they hire, can not make more than 20 times their lowest employees pay. This also counts hired labor subsidiaries. So this defacto means not over 20 times minimum wage. This would get their attention. Any profit over this they can damn well give to their shareholders AND count any stocks given to management as part of this pay.

    What would this do? It would tie their wagon to ours. It would mean they would move as fast as possible to buy and/or build in the US. They would bitch and moan and likely have a mental break-down and supply disaster for a while, but it would work out. Also it would NOT cut off all imports. Small shops, like they have in Japan, could sell cheap imported stuff. This would provide a lot of labor in small mom and pop shops.

    2. The Supreme court rules that corporations are people so they can give money to politicians. Ok then tax them like people and make them liable for harm like people, OR they can declare themselves a corporation and give zero funds of any sort to any politicians anywhere. Otherwise, all these tax breaks and subsidies from the States for building plants, it’s all income and will be taxed at the individual rate. I suspect ever single corporation will stop giving out political funds.

    • Another good practical solution that doesn’t delve into stupid clownworld of Tamludic Capitalism or “Duh, Jews.” Most people would fully support the aforementioned policy. The trick is how to make it happen when it doesn’t have an organized national interest backing it. This is the point I harp on all the time. You can’t just complain on internet and then go fishing at your favorite fishing hole. You have to get involved in the political process, the civic associations, the labor movement, the ancestral groups, the churches, etc.

  21. How did China become the largest economy in the world? How did China come to dominate global manufacturing?

    We gave them modern technology, then proceeded to dismantle our industry and education system. We handed them all of our advantages, while destroying them here in the West. And all because some Oligarchs thought that they could bribe and bully the Chinese into being our slaves.

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