Trade War Not Canceled: Trump Slaps 25% Tariffs on $50 Billion Worth of Chink Crap

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 30, 2018

Okay so we have the North Korea peace thing back, apparently.

And we’ve got Trump on the offensive against Mueller and his conspiracy.

We’ve got Guatemalans paying the lead toll for invading our country.

Now we’ve got the trade war back on.

Because the Trump Rollercoaster has no breaks. 


On Tuesday, the White House said the administration would proceed with its proposal to impose 25% tariffs on $50 billion worth of goods from China, and place new limits on Chinese investments in US high-tech industries.

The decision comes after top administration officials have tried to dampen fears of a trade war.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said a trade war with China was “on hold” less than 10 days ago. And Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is expected in Beijing on Saturday to help ease trade tensions between the two major trading partners.

Mnuchin, you kike.

You’re not in charge here.

Beijing has previously pledged to retaliate against the 25 percent tariffs.

In a brief statement, the White House said the president plans to take “multiple steps” to protect domestic technology and intellectual property from certain “discriminatory and burdensome trade practices by China.”

The latest step follows a March report by the US Trade Representative Office, which undertook a seven-month investigation of China’s handling of technology transfers and intellectual property, according to the White House’s statement.

“The United States will implement specific investment restrictions and enhanced export controls for Chinese persons and entities related to the acquisition of industrially significant technology, the White House said in a statement.

The final list of covered imports subject to tariffs will be announced by June 15. Those tariffs will take effect “shortly thereafter.”

Proposed investment restrictions will be announced by June 30 and also take effect at a later date.

We need total autarky.

We need to block all imports from everywhere. Most importantly, we need to block the import of people. If we block these people coming in, we won’t need as many products.

Then, when need to send the military into cities and march everyone out to work on farms in a type of “peasant feudalism.”