War Declared Against America!

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War has been declared against America: an economic war that has destroyed a major part of our economy. Unfortunately, since Americans were unaware of this war, there has been no public outcry for either protective or aggressive measures. We have opened our shores and our markets with “free trade,” a consistently proven disaster in the real-life context of the modern international economy. Our “free trade” policies have succeeded in doing nothing more than allowing foreign countries to disarm the United States of our industries through predatory pricing, dumping and buyouts.

China, Japan and Germany operate their economies like they are fighting a war to destroy the competition (America). We have sat back and let these nations economically battle us undeterred. One look at the shattered condition of our economy and one can clearly see our economic demise. For all intents and purposes, they have won!

Our services surplus is shrinking, and the rate at which we are spending less on domestically produced goods and more on foreign produced goods is increasing. How can we hope to sustain this course? To dictate our own standard of living, our own national defense, and create opportunities for our citizens, we must control domestic factors of production. A dollar’s worth of foreign goods does not equal a dollar’s worth of domestic service. The jobs, profits, taxes, innovation and protection need to reside here – where our citizens live and work.

Americans are now serving the various whims of those foreigners who have essentially become our landlords, bankers, producers, and employers. We have assumed the role of the naïve prisoner, playing our part in a play whose script is strictly dominated by a small percentage of the country, a percentage whose strategy repeatedly enriches the welfare and standard of living for foreigners while the rest accumulate massive liabilities, bleak prospects, and ultimately the very same loss of liberty at stake in the popular depiction of game theory, the prisoner’s dilemma.

We are quickly becoming a country not of makers, but of serfs, subservient to our foreign masters. We are failing quickly, but must no longer do so quietly!

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4 Responses to War Declared Against America!

  1. Clyde B says:

    Mr. Barlow,
    Do you have any understanding of why, those nations and the other 2 dozen or so that maintain the massive trade balances with the US, behave as they do?

    Unless and until our trade policy makers wake up and realize the forces behind our trading partners behavior, there will be no improvement in our balance of trade situation.

    Every one of the nations, with whom we have trade deficits, is grossly over populated. The pressure to maintain employment for this high population density forces them to:
    1. Forcefully encourage consumption of domestically produced goods.
    2. Place artificial restrictions on the importation of foreign manufactured goods.

    Our policy makers appear to be oblivious to these basic facts and see the numbers as prospective consumers rather than the parasites that they actually are.

  2. ProtectAmericanJobs says:

    While our traitorous politicians have been bickering for years like idiotic fools, Communist China has been crushing the USA in an economic war that we don’t even know we’re in and without even firing a shot.
    Under the free traitors way of thinking we might as well just outsource all of our military needs to communist China, India and Mexico just like we did everything else.
    What – Why not – I’m sure they could do it much cheaper?
    What – Why not – That wouldn’t be in the best interest of our country and the American People?
    Hummm?
    Here’s an important question that we should be asking ourselves – How many components does Communist China manufacture that are used in machines, weapons and our systems that we rely upon for our National Defense and communications networks?
    Can you say, “Trojan Horse”?
    Bringing manufacturing back home to the USA is going to end up being not only a key to restoring our economy, but to maintaining our national security as well.
    Maybe the American People need Loyal American Leaders who will stop selling us out to other countries like Communist China, India and Mexico.
    The people with all of the excuses as to why we can’t, shouldn’t or aren’t willing to manufacture products here in the US are the same people who have provided us with the very same shortsighted thinking that’s gotten us into this mess in the first place.
    If more people would have listened to Ross Perot back in 1992, America wouldn’t be in this mess.
    On the US Department of Commerce’s US Census Bureau website there’s a graphic showing how our trade imbalance has gotten progressively worse over the entire period from 1989 to the present and how it’s really accelerated at an increasingly greater rate each year since 1999. – Go to the website and see for yourself.
    If these “free trade” agreements were so good for us, why did our trade deficit keep getting increasingly larger and larger during this span of time?
    Our trade with countries like communist China, India and Mexico is pretty much a One-Way-Street.
    There is increasingly way more money going out of our country every year versus coming in every year.
    It’s Not Rocket Science.
    The bottom line is that “Our Government” has to protect American jobs and domestic industry – If they do that, the rest will take care of itself.

    Again, bringing manufacturing back home to the USA is going to end up being not only a key to restoring our economy, but to maintaining our national security as well.

  3. ProtectAmericanJobs says:

    While our traitorous politicians have been bickering for years like idiotic fools, Communist China has been crushing the USA in an economic war that we don’t even know we’re in and without even firing a shot.

    Under the free traitors way of thinking we might as well just outsource all of our military needs to communist China, India and Mexico just like we did everything else.

    What – Why not – I’m sure they could do it much cheaper?

    What – Why not – That wouldn’t be in the best interest of our country and the American People?

    Hummm?

    Here’s an important question that we should be asking ourselves – How many components does Communist China manufacture that are used in machines, weapons and our systems that we rely upon for our National Defense and communications networks?

    Can you say, “Trojan Horse”?

    Bringing manufacturing back home to the USA is going to end up being not only a key to restoring our economy, but to maintaining our national security as well.

    Maybe the American People need Loyal American Leaders who will stop selling us out to other countries like Communist China, India and Mexico.

    The people with all of the excuses as to why we can’t, shouldn’t or aren’t willing to manufacture products here in the US are the same people who have provided us with the very same shortsighted thinking that’s gotten us into this mess in the first place.

    If more people would have listened to Ross Perot back in 1992, America wouldn’t be in this mess.

    On the US Department of Commerce’s US Census Bureau website there’s a graphic showing how our trade imbalance has gotten progressively worse over the entire period from 1989 to the present and how it’s really accelerated at an increasingly greater rate each year since 1999. – Go to the website and see for yourself.

    If these “free trade” agreements were so good for us, why did our trade deficit keep getting increasingly larger and larger during this span of time?

    Our trade with countries like communist China, India and Mexico is pretty much a One-Way-Street.

    There is increasingly way more money going out of our country every year versus coming in every year.

    It’s Not Rocket Science.

    The bottom line is that “Our Government” has to protect American jobs and domestic industry – If they do that, the rest will take care of itself.

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