Put China In A Box

Some have pointed out to me that putting China in a box would be near impossible…..I brought this forward because of something that I read a few days ago while surfing my ass off.

Henry Kissinger,(remember that name?) had a meeting with Our Dear Leader, Donald Trump and instructed him to work with Russia to put China in a box.

Henry Kissinger suggested to President Donald Trump that the United States should work with Russia to contain a rising China.

The former secretary of state—who famously engineered the tactic of establishing diplomatic relations with China in order to isolate the Soviet Union—pitched almost the inverse of that idea to Trump during a series of private meetings during the presidential transition, five people familiar with the matter told The Daily Beast. The potential strategy would use closer relations with Russia, along with other countries in the region, to box in China’s growing power and influence.


Kissinger?  I went to a lecture he gave back in the 1980’s and went to sleep…the man is a monotone and after an hour would but a meth head to sleep.

Henry is one of the original neocons and war is all he sees at every turn.

Trump’s policies seems to be trying to do exactly what Kissinger was calling for in our foreign policy…..but is that what we truly need to be doing to China…after all they hold a lot of our debt.


4 thoughts on “Put China In A Box

  1. Good luck with putting China in a ‘box’. We would all do better to work with that country, instead of conspiring against it.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I saw something on another word press blog last week. There was some opinions expressed Saying that may be happening. Hard to tell. China can’t sell our bonds. That would drive the price down and they would lose too much money. They could stop reinvesting with us as their bonds become due. That would take a while. But they really fon’t have anywhere else to invest their money. And they are too dependent on us to keep buying from them.
    A lot of unknowns still out there. I agree that our trade deficit is unsustainable for us.

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