U.S. Has Sent a Net $309 Billion to Communist China This Year

America's next move must be one that won't make the Chinese Communist Party happy.


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Two weeks after he was inaugurated, President Joe Biden traveled over to the State Department to deliver a speech about his foreign policy.

One point he repeatedly stressed in that speech was: He was not going to let the People’s Republic of China take advantage of the United States.

“American leadership must meet this new moment of advancing authoritarianism, including the growing ambitions of China to rival the United States,” Biden said at the beginning of his speech.

“We must start with diplomacy rooted in America’s most cherished democratic values: defending freedom, championing opportunity, upholding universal rights, respecting the rule of law, and treating every person with dignity,” Biden said.

“And we’ll also take on directly the challenges posed by our prosperity, security, and democratic values by our most serious competitor, China,” Biden declared.

“We’ll confront China’s economic abuses; counter its aggressive, coercive action; to push back on China’s attack on human rights, intellectual property, and global governance,” he said.

Then, Biden specifically focused on the well-being of the American working class — including how it related to U.S. relations with China.

“Every action we take in our conduct abroad, we must take with American working families in mind,” said Biden. “Advancing a foreign policy for the middle class demands urgent focus on our domestic … economic renewal.”

“If we invest in ourselves and our people,” Biden said, “if we fight to ensure that American businesses are positioned to compete and win on the global stage, if the rules of international trade aren’t stacked against us, if our workers and intellectual property are protected, then there’s no country on Earth — not China or any other country on Earth — that can match us.”

So, how has Biden done in his strategic aims to “push back on China’s attack on human rights” and keep “American working families in mind” in every action America takes abroad?

The State Department’s 2021 report on human rights in China, as this column has noted before, described the Chinese regime’s systematic attacks on the human rights of the Chinese people.

“Genocide and crimes against humanity occurred during the year against predominantly Muslim Uyghurs and members of other ethnic and religious minority groups in Xinjian,” said the State Department. “These crimes were continuing and included: the arbitrary imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty of more than one million civilians; forced sterilization, coerced abortions, and more restrictive application of the country’s birth control policies; rape; torture of a large number of those arbitrarily detained; forced labor; and draconian restrictions on freedom of religion or belief, freedom of expression, and freedom of movement.”

“Government officials and the security services often committed human rights abuses with impunity,” the report concluded.

While China continued to inflict these abuses on its own people, it also continued to run up a massive trade deficit with the United States.

In 2021, according to the Census Bureau, the United States exported only $151.442 billion in products to the People’s Republic while it was importing $504.935 billion. As a result, the United States ran a one-year bilateral trade deficit with the People’s Republic of $353.493 billion.

So far in 2022, the Census Bureau has published the international trade numbers for the nine months from January through September.

But things have not gotten better in U.S.-China trade relations. They have gotten worse.

In the first nine months of 2021 (when the U.S. was on its way to that twelve-month deficit of $353.493 billion), the U.S. ran a trade deficit of $253.507 billion with China.

In the first nine months of this year, the U.S. has run a $309.230 billion trade deficit with China. That is up $55.723 billion — or about 22% — from the first nine months of last year.

This week, while attending the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, Biden met with Xi Jinping, the general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party.

A report in The New York Times suggested that the Chinese government was happy with the outcome of the Biden-Xi meeting. Its headline said: “After the Biden-Xi meeting, Beijing signals optimism over relations with Washington.”

“An upbeat photo in China’s main newspaper and comments by the foreign minister suggested that Beijing believes its relationship with Washington could improve,” said the Times.

“The prominent position of the photo on the front page of China’s main official newspaper spoke volumes: In it, the nation’s leader, Xi Jinping, smiled and shook hands with President Biden against a backdrop of Chinese and American flags.”

The Times reported that Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters of the Biden-Xi summit: “This meeting was both a continuation of exchanges up to now and augurs a new starting point.”

The new starting point that the United States should establish with Beijing is not one that will make the Chinese Communist Party happy. It should be one that will pressure China to stop its human rights abuses and eliminate the trade imbalance that in the first nine months of this year has resulted in the American people sending a net of $309 billion to a Communist regime.

SLOW MOTION GENOCIDE: Excess mortality up 40% all around the world following release of covid “vaccines”


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(Natural News) Mathematician Igor Chudov conducted an assessment of two completely different datasets encompassing tens or even hundreds of millions of people from which he concluded that the relative risk of death for people who got “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) is 40 percent higher than that of the unvaccinated.

All around the world where Fauci Flu shots were unleashed, Chudov says, excess mortality is through the roof. It is something that many of us have known about for a while now, but that was substantiated by a patchwork of data from here and there – not quite enough to convince some, in other words, that mass depopulation is, in fact, taking place.

Well, Chudov addressed this by conducting an extensive analysis of numerous datasets to scientifically prove that covid shots are killing lots and lots of people, despite being branded as the “cure” for Chinese Germs. (Related: The more covid jabs a person gets, the greater his or her chances are of dying.)

“Many countries are experiencing excess mortality,” Chudov writes. “There are some indications that excess mortality is related to the Covid vaccination program … Various countries have very different RATES of Covid vaccination among their populations – and their mortality statistics are available.”

“In the UK, the population is split into deprivation quintiles with varying vaccination levels, with excess mortality also known … I analyzed excess mortality by country as well as excess mortality in the UK by quintile deprivation.”

Operation Warp Speed led to MORE excess mortality, not less

Chudov points to two different articles, one that shows excess mortality by country and the other that shows it using the UK deprivation quintile. Amazingly enough, analyses of both of these completely different datasets produce the very same results.

If you are interested in the finer details, you can take a closer look at the mathematical methodology Chudov used on his Substack page.

One of the things Chudov uncovered is a “pull-forward effect” in the Y-intercept of his linear regression chart. In short, the pull-forward effect shows that if the so-called “vaccines” were truly effective at quelling the plandemic, then there would have been negative excess mortality after they were unleashed. The exact opposite actually occurred.

“A sad outcome of the first two years of the Covid pandemic is that Covid killed persons with ‘comorbidities,’ very old people, and so on,” Chudov explains. “Had the pandemic not happened, the mortality would be the same yearly. However, Covid caused the unfortunate premature demise of people who were likely to die in the next few years.”

“So, if the pandemic stopped and vaccines were not affecting mortality, you would expect NEGATIVE excess mortality – simply because people who were likely to die in 2022 already died in 2020. The negative Y-intercept shows this pull-forward effect, discussed in detail by the Ethical Skeptic.”

While admittedly “extremely speculative,” Chudov’s latest work serves as some real food for thought – especially since it is based on two completely different and unrelated datasets that led him to the exact same conclusions.

A 40 percent increase in mortality is anything but minor, Chudov warns, referring to government officials and corporate media outlets that continue to claim covid jab deaths are “rare.”

Keep in mind that, in this context, a 40 percent increase in mortality means that a “fully vaccinated” person will now live for significantly less time than he or she otherwise would have had covid jabs not been injected.

“For example, a 40-year-old was expected to live until about 80,” Chudov explains. “If mortality increases by 40%, the same 40-year-old would be expected to live only until 64. This is not a precise estimate – it is meant only to show that excess mortality is a serious issue.”

Interested in learning more about the dangers and ineffectiveness of Fauci Flu shots? Visit ChemicalViolence.com.

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Video: Chris Wray REFUSES to Answer Question on Jan. 6 FBI Informants

What is the FBI hiding?

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Watch Chris Wray’s arrogant and blatant refusal to answer the question posed by Louisiana Rep. Clay Higgins: “Did the FBI have confidential human sources embedded in the January 6 protesters?” Higgins then asks in a more direct manner whether the “human sources” were dressed as Trump supporters. That’s when Wray starts to sweat. Don’t miss it!