Should Beijing insanely decide to disrupt commercial traffic in that sea, the response is not to send a U.S. carrier strike group to blast their artificial islands off the map.
Better that we impose a 10 percent tariff on Chinese-made goods, and threaten an embargo of all Chinese goods if they do not stand down. And call on our “allies” to join us in sanctions against China, rather than sit and hold our coat while we fight their wars.
This economic action would send China’s economy into a tailspin, and the cost to Americans would not be reckoned in the lives of our best and bravest.
Reagan withheld Most Favored Nation (MFN) Trade Status from China for far less than what they're doing right now. Clinton handed it to them almost immediately upon assuming office.ReplyDelete
That should illustrate quite clearly, how the globalist agenda outweighs [ in the minds of Progressives] any of our national interests and/or prerogatives. Personal security, and even National Security must bow to globalism...
And, having bowed, shall never again be allowed to lift it's forehead from the floor.
WE HAVE BEEN WARNED