Skip to comments.In HUGE Win for Trump, Xi Jinping Pulls Missiles from South China Sea
Posted on 06/12/2018 5:58:51 PM PDT by sheikdetailfeather
Chinas activities in the South China Sea have proven to be one of the most contentious geopolitical issues of the Trump Presidency. Today, following a successful summit in Singapore between President Trump and North Korean leader Chairman Kim Jong Un, new data released by Israeli Private Intelligence Firm ImageSat shows that China has removed anti-ship and anti-aircraft missiles from Woody Island, in the South China Sea.
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Establishing diplomatic relations with Taiwan I’m sure was influential here.
MSM headline tomorrow: Trump Leaves South China Sea Completely Unprotected.
Democrats and media deeply saddened.
Hawaiian judge even now drafting an order to China to restore said missiles to their previous locations.
I’m not even close to tired of it.
America on top is giving Democrats the conniption fits. They obviously want America to lose.
“Establishing diplomatic relations with Taiwan Im sure was influential here.”
When did that happen?
Yeah, but...but...uh...GLOBAL WARMING!!!! And stuff.
Trump likely threatened to raise the seas....
We are winning so much I have not even heard about this on the news yet. Too much winning to fit it in. I need to cut my grass before the IG report hits. LOL!!!
This came out of nowhere... if real its nothing short of incredible
“China has redeployed missiles it removed last week from a disputed island in the South China Sea amid rising tensions with the United States, satellite images show.”
If, indeed this is true...
And puts them where? Were they even operational?
Redeployed? I just read your article. Looks like a showdown is coming.
Make no mistake about it then.
China was gunning for us on the side of North Korea.
We better not miss the implications.
1. Trump is a great negotiator, and acts on his words.
2. Giving power, either through elected office or a media soapbox, to those whose only qualification is their academic background is a huge, huge mistake that appears to ensure that the incompetent are selected.
3. Choosing public servants and elected office holders from the private sector is generally always going to be better than choosing law school graduates (e.g. the Clintons, Obama) who never really worked as attorneys, but had the ambition to use their degree as a springboard to public office.
4. It is long past time that we, the citizenry, demand that those we give the privilege of our votes to, serve us and not their own interest. We need to eradicate the concept of a political ‘career’, and the use of politics as a stature booster. Entirely.
LOL...Trump seems to be able to make a deal.
To God be the Glory.
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