It is likely that global powers are expecting the Trump administration to react temperamentally regarding recent North Korean missile launches. However, at present, military aggression on the part of the Trump administration may be too predictable to garner the most profitable outcome for the U.S.
North Korea is a rogue power serving as an agitator for the Chinese. It is trying to box President Trump into a situation where he appears overly confrontational or submissive depending on his course of action. Although merely a surrogate of China, North Korea cannot be underestimated. It has a strong military with unknown capability in terms of weapons capacity. If Trump answers North Korea with aggression, he will be publicized by his opposition as foolish enough to hasten the start of a nuclear war. If he does not answer the North Korean threat, he will be painted as a paper tiger.
It is likely that strategies are designed by China and North Korea to counter predictable responses on the part of the President. The U.S.’s response to North Korea should be unpredictable, yet costly to the Chinese. Trump should propose incentives for U.S. companies in China to come back to the U.S., or relocate to India, or other Western-friendly countries near China’s sphere of influence. The greatest incentives would be granted to companies that ready to close doors and leave China the soonest. In addition, additional merchant marine and naval support should be granted to countries that receive the bulk of U.S. companies relocating from China. This two-pronged approach is needed to hedge further Chinese naval aggression in key trade routes.
Perhaps Secretary of State Tillerson should reach out to India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Taiwan in answering China’s powerplay via North Korea. These countries still have capacity to develop sectors where the Chinese are starting to become more complacent. As many in the Chinese workforce are demanding greater pay, and companies in China are looking to evolve toward industries requiring greater intellectual capacity, the Chinese are starting to price themselves out of low and mid-cost global labor markets. Many countries near China’s sphere of influence are hungry too fill that void.
Aggressive diplomacy on the part of the U.S. will force the Chinese and the North Koreans to respond diplomatically or militarily. An aggressive response from China may warrant crippling U.S. tariffs on key Chinese exports. A naval powerplay by the Chinese in waters too far away from its mainland will warrant military reprisal by countries whose waters the Chinese violate. China would take great risk in striking countries with ports and waters additional naval capacity on the part of the U.S.
Those on the left will likely complain that Trump is urging conflict and putting U.S. trade at risk. However, given the provocations of North Korea, aggressive diplomacy is a defensible course of action. Chinese trespass on global trade routes, diminished trade partnership and currency power are what the U.S. and the West should expect if China goes unchecked for North Korea’s recent nuclear missile launches.
For the past decade, China has blatantly manipulated currency, bought sovereign territory in other countries, and has constructed islands off its coast, attempting to extend its naval sovereignty and dominate trade waters. Letting the Chinese go unchecked for the actions of North Korea will have disastrous financial consequences for the U.S. and the West.
North Korea will likely assist other anti-Western countries in designing their own nuclear program. It has already worked with the Iranians regarding their growing nuclear program. China is the only country North Korea will answer too. For North Korea or any country aligned with China to stop agitating Western powers, the U.S. must hurt China both economically and in terms of diplomatic strategy.
Trump Administration Warns Anti-White Discrimination May Cost Corporations Their Federal Contracts
The Trump administration is striking back against the diversity cult.
The Trump administration is warning multinational corporations that their supposed commitments to diversity could cost them federal contracts if it is determined that their behavior is discriminatory against white people.
The Labor Department under President Donald Trump is using a 55-year-old presidential order that arose during the Civil Rights Movement to put companies like Microsoft and Wells Fargo under the microscope for their actions that keep qualified white American workers out of positions they deserve.
“The letter asked us to prove that the actions we are taking to improve opportunities are not illegal race-based decisions,” said Dev Stahlkopf, Microsoft’s general counsel. “Emphatically, they are not.”
The Labor Department responded that it “appreciates Microsoft’s assurance on its website that it is not engaging in racial preferences or quotas in seeking to reach its affirmative action and outreach goals.”
However, social justice warriors note that the move by the Labor Department under President Trump may have a serious impact on hiring practices with federal contractors employing nearly a quarter of all American workers.
“For tech companies that don’t care about these issues, the pronouncements are a dog whistle that they can carry on discriminating the way they already have,” said Laszlo Bock, who formerly lead Google’s human resources division for over ten years.
“It’s not at all illegal to strive to have a workforce that reflects the makeup of your nation,” Bock claimed, showing his political bias by claiming that the Trump administration applying civil rights law in an equal manner is “turning [the law] around into an instrument of white grievances.”
However, affirmative action and quota systems to force unqualified minorities into positions they have not earned only cheapens the nation and makes American companies less viable. A true meritocracy, in which the most qualified applicant receives the job they have earned, is the only thing that can sustain American greatness.
Big League Politics has reported on how the Trump administration has protected the white working class with moves that no other president would have the courage to take, such as banning the teaching of marxist critical race theory throughout the federal government:
Weeks after banning the use of hateful critical race theory indoctrination sessions among federal agencies, President Donald Trump is expanding the CRT ban to companies that receive lucrative federal government contracts.
The President announced he is expanding the ban to cover private government contractors in a series of Tuesday tweets…
The ban on governmental contractors will doubtlessly instill panic in the CEO’s of powerful Fortune 500 companies, who love to tout their supposed virtue by staging race-based trainings on their often unwilling employees. Many of these companies are largely dependent on payments from the United States government, despite masquerading as a “free enterprise.”
The President’s executive order on the matter refutes the liberal identity-politics doctrine alleging that some people are inherently oppressive or evil on the basis of their race.
The ban’s coverage of contractors that do business with the United States military may be the most significant. Organizations such as Sandia National Laboratories, which is a longstanding federal nuclear research institutions, were busted staging hateful “trainings” in which white male employees were coerced into repeating progressive and BLM-style drivel.
Christopher Rufo, whose reporting may have been essential in bringing hateful CRT trainings to President Trump’s attention, has obtained a copy of the executive order banning its practitioners from receiving government contracts. View it here.
President Trump is fighting back against political correctness and left-wing insanity. If he does not win re-election, the tidal wave of anti-white sentiment will be enabled by Democrat rule.
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