China Grinds to a Halt – ITEL PT – 2.13.20
The developing COVID-19, a SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) catastrophe in China has all but brought China to a stand still. Total lockdowns of millions of Chinese, central authority dictates that prevent virtually the entire country from returning to work following the Golden Week New Year holiday has exaserpated the problem. The apparent severity of the initial cases, without a doubt, reminded China of their first SARS epidemic in 2002-2003.
This current outbreak is hard to gauge and the origins of same even harder to pin down.
What is certain is that China is sparing no amount of economic pain to isolate its population in the hopes that the virus will breathe itself out due to lack of further hosts. Without a doubt, China’s severe measures have spooked governments across the globe and America’s Jewish controlled media has spared no effort to try to create as much panic and fear as possible.
The shutdown of China’s economy has sent shockwaves through the global supply chain. For Nationalists, the idea of a “global supply system” has been an “I told you so” moment as countries the world over continue to invest in “made in local country initiatives” of which none is larger in motion that what President Trump has sought to bring to the United States.
In hour 2, we discussed the ongoing trust issues the United States faces on the global scene as President Duterte cancelled the Visiting Forces Agreement with the United States in favor of developing the Philippines native defense capabilities.
Duterte’s popular “war on drugs”, largely successful in rolling back international drug syndicates (CIA) has made Duterte one of the more popular presidents in Philippines history. Additional spotlights about President Duterte help understand geopolitical shifts in the Asia-Pacific region.
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