China v US trade war- today is the 1st day of the rest of the Red Dynasty

China v US trade war- today is the 1st day of the rest of the Red Dynasty by Jeff J Brown – China Rising

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The much-ballyhooed trade talks last week between China and the US were just as much Sturm und Drang. This is the German term for their 18th century literary movement, with its themes of high action, emotions and rebelling against the establishment. It translates into storm and stress, and an adequate synonym is turmoil.

Two-hundred-fifty years later, segue to China, where President Trump sent a high-level trade delegation to revolt mano-à-mano against Baba Beijing’s communist-socialist establishment.

When the details of the US team’s working paper leaked out at the start of the talks, even mainstream pundits were appalled at Uncle Sam’s highhanded, imperious position. If the boys and girls on the red-white-and-blue side followed through on their paper’s bullet points, they essentially demanded that the Chinese overthrow their existing way of life, abandoning their communist-socialist economic system and become a continent sized Philippines, Columbia or Central African Republic. Alternative journalists and news sites were even more apoplectic at the affront. One Chinese lady on Quora even asked how many times the Chinese side would have to translate the Chinese term for, “(Go) f**k your mother = Cào nǐ mā = 肏你妈”, ( to be used in the meetings.

This writer is only echoing popular sentiment across China. It’s 1919’s May 4th Movement all over again (

The Chinese people are incensed, but the Sino-trade talk delegation didn’t have to translate the above insult even once. These journalists are all wrong about Baba Beijing’s takeaway on the US position paper. Everything they said was true, about Uncle Sam expecting China to agree to be a Western whore.

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Jeff Brown

Jeff grew up in the heartland of the United States, Oklahoma, much of it on a family farm, and graduated from Oklahoma State University. He went to Brazil while in graduate school at Purdue University, to seek his fortune, which whet his appetite for traveling the globe. This helped inspire him to be a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tunisia in 1980 and he lived and worked in Africa, the Middle East, China and Europe for the next 21 years. All the while, he mastered Portuguese, Arabic, French and Mandarin, while traveling to over 85 countries. He then returned to America for nine years, whereupon he moved back to China in 2010. He lives in China with his wife, where he teaches passionately in an international school. Jeff is a dual national French-American.