He ceded Syria to Russia thus, enabling Assad and Putin to join forces against the U.S. One less vantage point for the U.S. to stave off all out war.
China … was a useful ally between Russia and the U.S. since Kissinger. Never a trade war or otherwise. We supported each other’s market ambitions favorably. Our political views? We didn’t discuss.
There was balance of power. Not so now.
T started the trade war forcing China to lose face. Putin appealed to China to form an alliance. The two largest communist countries both rich and powerful in their own right unable to win a war against the U.S. by themselves, now united against a common foe.
China’s closest friend Russia has ambitions for the U.S. China, a valuable ally in his quest. Beneath China’s thriving economy old school feelings of animosity. The communist party hates the U.S. for standing in the way of them spreading their brand of governance, since the 1950s.
They’ll work in league with each other perhaps splitting the spoils in an equable way.
The scorecard? Russia and China those two huge communist countries partnering against us. Russia is a strong player now in the Middle East the balance of power there, turned upside down. Russia united with all the bad guys against Israel and the U.S.
Assad will be P’s oligarch off choice to rule that region.
Iran’s economy has suffered since Trump broke the treaty. There’s a bitter taste. They hated us then. They hate us now. Another vantage point the U.S. has lost.
Saudi Arabia the biggest arms dealer, could be a winner or suffer much with defeat.
Not an ally of the U.S. he’s part of the supply chain. T’s the one who’s taking in the big money with the latest sale of armaments. Lining his pockets with blood stained hands.
He made that deal within months of taking office, remember those pictures of T on his knees sucking up to the crown prince not long after taking office.
Back then, T knew we’d be where we are now. After all, his job has been to facilitate our demise from the beginning.
Watch the economy as, eventually it becomes superheated, lacking the necessary labor pool to keep it growing, it implodes.
Where do we stand now Trumpies? Are we great again? If you say yes, you ought to be committed.
Can you deny, that the greatest powers in the world are united against the U.S. by his decisions? Can you deny we have no treaties to give us leverage, by his decisions? You cannot deny that everything he has done, has made us weaker.
We stand alone now. Without the U.S. as allies, NATO forces will not be up to the task. That beacon of light on the hill, may be on the verge of being blown out.
We are outgunned 360 degrees. We are on the brink of war all made possible by decisions from the one who will be seen as the greatest traitor in history.
Keep your money liquid. Watch for the signs. Have a plan. Decide where to meet.