Notice to readers, due to time differences, this weeks’ report will appear by Monday evening North American East Coast time.
World events have been stuck in a holding pattern this summer but a major paradigm shift is possible this fall if we make it happen.
The holding pattern is as follows: The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CORPORATION, which defaulted on its debt payments on May 1st of this year, has been threatening war against North Korea as a negotiating tactic with its creditors. Its main creditor, China, has been calling the corporation’s bluff by promising to protect North Korea in the event it is unilaterally attacked. At the same time, the Chinese have been staging limited military actions on their border with India, reminding the Americans they have the technical ability to take over that 1.3 billion person country within a matter of months, if it came to war.
The Chinese have also said they will not protect North Korea in the event they strike the first blow. At the same time, the Russians and the Pentagon have informed the Israelis they will be attacked if they try to launch a nuclear missile from one of their submarines and make it look like North Korea did it, Pentagon and Russian FSB sources say. This has effectively checkmated any Khazarian mafia attempts to start World War 3 because any attempt to do so will affect only them. They are no longer able to fool us into starting a war.
In any case, the US military has run countless scenarios involving an all out war with China and the result is always the same, 90% of humanity dies and the northern hemisphere becomes uninhabitable. The Chinese are fully aware of this. That means all this war talk is just table thumping. The situation thus appears to be a stalemate.
However, it is not a stalemate. The Kharazian faction of the Trump regime, realizing their war talk is going nowhere, is now considering cutting off Chinese exports to the US. This is the old “if we do not buy, they die,” talk heard in US intelligence agency circles. However, from the Chinese point of view, losing a customer who has been paying with his credit card for the past 40 years, and is unable to pay his credit card bill, would actually be a plus. Nobody benefits from a deadbeat, especially a criminal deadbeat like the US that has been at war for 220 years of its 241 year existence.
If the Americans do decide anyway to go ahead anyway and use tariffs and trade barriers to cut off Chinese imports and end the Chinese trade surplus with the US, there will be many third order consequences, most of them very bad for the US. Basically speaking the US would suffer a sharp drop in living standards and would become a pariah in global trade if it tried to do such a thing.