Vladimir Putin: ‘The Liberal Idea Has Started Eating Itself,’ Tells LGBT Community To ‘Let The Children in Peace’
Russian leader Vladimir Putin said in Japan following the G20 Summit Saturday that the “liberal idea has started eating itself,” slamming the globalist Left for their policies on migrants and the LGBT agenda.
“The liberal idea has started eating itself. Millions of people live their lives, and those who propagate those ideas are separate from them,” Putin stated.
“People live in their own countries according to their own traditions, why should it happen to them?” Putin said of the victims of globalist migration, as Muslim refugees make their way into countries in Europe and the United States. Putin has fought against the spread of globalist migration in Russia.
“Let a person grow up first before making a choice. Let the children in peace,” Putin said, referring to the LGBT community, noting that “our attitude to the LGBT community is absolutely calm and unbiased.”
Putin said that “this part of community aggressively enforces its point of view on others.”
President Donald Trump asserted himself as a strong nationalist leader at the G20, particularly in his dealings with China.
President Donald Trump has optimistically returned to negotiations with China, stressing that he is not going to raise tariffs against the Chinese while talks are in progress. Trump is fighting to reverse the decades-old trade imbalance between the two superpowers, because China has been grossly taking advantage of the United States for a very long time.
President Donald Trump’s envoy finished talks in Beijing with Chinese leaders as the United States and China come closer to reaching a massive trade agreement that would re-shape the economies of both nations.
Now, the series swings back home to the United States for the final round of negotiations.
Steven Mnuchin and Robert Lighthizer flew to Beijing and did not experience any difficulty — at least in public — but President Donald Trump still holds all the cards.
For decades, China has taken advantage of the United States in trade deals, exploiting the weakness of past Republican and Democrat administrations. But Trump changed the game.
American tariffs struck a decisive blow to the Chinese economy, forcing the business-savvy Communists to come to the table. In 2018, China posted its worst economic growth figure — 6.6 percent — since 1990, when then-president George Bush used the collapse of the Soviet Union to push through a globalist America Last foreign policy imitated by his successors Clinton, Bush, and Obama. China’s entry into the World Trade Organization in 2001 spelled doom for American manufacturing. The Midwest, battered also by NAFTA and the more than $1 trillion taxpayer tab for the Iraq War, fell into deep economic decline.
But Trump is bringing it back, aided by Mnuchin and his economic adviser Larry Kudlow, who is more than willing to play ball with tariffs in order to correct the massive trade disparity enjoyed by the Chinese regime.
The two sides have already agreed on one major point: China is going to purchase about $1.2 trillion in additional American goods over a six-year period, enough to wipe out the trade imbalance by the year 2024.
But the devil is in the details. The American people deserve 5G technology without fear of Chinese companies spying on us, even more than they do now. And the Chinese shamelessly rip off our tech innovation with intellectual property theft. Inventors — like content creators — don’t like being ripped off.
Trump has the upper hand because he can always call the deal off and impose more tariffs on China. Who can stop him? Not the well-funded but misguided Koch political network, which fought tooth and nail against tariffs (they like so-called “free trade” because they like cheap overseas labor). The Kochs were completely incapable of stopping Trump’s tariffs, which must really make them mad. Some people just don’t want to see America do well. Sad!
Now the Chinese vice premier is gearing up for a trip to Washington, D.C. Has he read “Art of the Deal”? Perhaps the North Koreans can lend him their copy, gifted to them by America’s informal ambassador Dennis Rodman.
Good work, Lighthizer and Mnuchin!