China Is Messing With the Wrong Eagle! They Better Be Careful Or Else….

So President Xi decided he is not coming to Mar-a-Lago at the end of the month.

From the article linked above:

China has removed a planned trip to President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago, Florida, property planned for late March from Xi Jinping’s calendar, Fox Business reported, without attribution. The report said Xi may still come in April but China was concerned that if a trade deal wasn’t completed, the U.S. would walk away from the table altogether.

North Korea may be close to testing a ballistic missile or space rocket.

From the article linked above:

North Korea appears poised to conduct new missile or rockets tests after satellite imagery showed renewed activity at a missile factory and a known launch site.

Experts at California’s Middlebury Institute of International Studies say that satellite images of the Sanumdong rocket factory taken on February 22 and other images from last Friday suggested North Korea could be preparing to launch a missile or a space rocket.

“I would be surprised in a negative way if he did anything that was not per our understanding. But we’ll see what happens,” Trump told reporters. “I would be very disappointed if I saw testing.”

Our President isn’t just going to destroy the Chinese economy, he is going to make the people of China overthrow their government because they will starve to death.

Never ever forget that our President is an APEX PREDATOR! Kill or be killed. If you think the timing of the President of Brazil visiting the White House on March 19th was accidental, I have a bridge in Brooklyn for sale.

Guess which two countries are the largest producers of soybeans. If you guessed the United States and Brazil, you would be correct. China is completely reliant on soybeans as a protein-rich animal feed (especially for their pigs) and as a cooking oil.  The U.S. is the worlds largest producer of soybeans at 108 million metric tonnes. Brazil is the second largest producer with around 87 million metric tonnes.

This article was written in 2013. It is relevant today to China’s needs when it comes to soybeans.

From the article linked above:

Global demand for soybeans has soared in recent decades, with China leading the race. Nearly 60 percent of all soybeans entering international trade today go to China, making it far and away the world’s largest importer.

As China’s appetite for meat, milk, and eggs has soared, so too has its use of soybean meal. And since nearly half the world’s pigs are in China, the lion’s share of soy use is in pig feed. Its fast-growing poultry industry is also dependent on soybean meal. In addition, China now uses large quantities of soy in feed for farmed fish.

Four numbers tell the story of the explosive growth of soybean consumption in China. In 1995, China was producing 14 million tons of soybeans and it was consuming 14 million tons. In 2011, it was still producing 14 million tons of soybeans—but it was consuming 70 million tons, meaning that 56 million tons had to be imported.

Brazil would love to have an American military presence in their country. President Bolsonaro is described as the Brazilian DJT. Both men are Nationalists and share a similar geopolitical outlook.

The Dragon is messing with the wrong EAGLE 🦅!

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