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‘The World Needs Globalization, It Needs Trade’

from The Daily Bell:

If trade stops, war starts’ Alibaba founder who visited Donald Trump warns .. ‘The world needs globalisation, it needs trade’  …   Jack Ma met US President Donald Trump last month and announced his company would help create one million jobs in the US. -The Independent

The question is whether Alibaba founder wants to implement trade by force or voluntarily. He doesn’t say it outright, but if he could he would probably want government to pass laws to push markets in the direction he wishes they would go.

Jack Ma would naturally tend in this direction given that he has grown up in a society that utilizes force to create the fairness of which he speaks.

More:

The CEO of China’s biggest online retailer has warned that “if trade stops, war starts”.  Jack Ma, who met US President Donald Trump last month and announced his company Alibaba would help create one million jobs in the United States, added: “The world needs globalisation, it needs trade”.

‘But worry doesn’t solve the problem,” he added, Business Insider Australia reports. “The only thing you can do is get involved and actively prove that trade helps people to communicate. We should have fair, transparent and inclusive trade.”

He also said that if trade stops, war starts. But again he did not make clear how he wishes for trade to continue and expand. A voluntary expansion of trade would be a great thing. Involuntary trade, not.

While we don’t know the details of Ma’s business in China and abroad, we would tend to believe that as China’s largest retailer, Alibaba is intimately tied up with the state itself.

Ma is therefore speaking at least partially for the state when he asks for trade that is fair, transparent and inclusive.

But trade is not always fair, and indeed fairness may be in the eye of the beholder. Trade does not have to be transparent or inclusive either.

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2 comments to ‘The World Needs Globalization, It Needs Trade’

  • anon

    “‘The World Needs Globalization, It Needs Trade’”?

    Of course the world needs trade, but what it really needs is FREE TRADE, and IT DOESN’T NEED “JEW”-ISH WESTERN INTERNATIONAL CENTRAL BANKERS ‘calling the shots’!

    You see, to the W.I.C.B. the term “global-ism” really means WE BUILD A GLOBAL “JEW”-ISH TECH-NOCRATIC 24/7 (“INTERNET-OF-THINGS”) MASS-SURVEILLANCE GRID ~ WHICH, WE (the W.I.C.B.) AND ONLY WE ~ CONTROL.

    THAT is what “global-ism” really means. As long as the W.I.C.B. (Western “elite” “Jews”) continue to remain “in control”, INTERNATIONALLY, of the INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM ~ THAT is all that matters to them. Welcome to the “Jew” World Order.

  • anon

    Actually, there are OTHER things that matter to them, as well. It’s just that, remaining in control of the global financial system allows them FAR GREATER CONTROL, AND THE ABILITY TO IMPLEMENT THEIR AGENDA (GLOBALLY):

    “’From its inception, the alliance of the Illuminati (Weishaupt, May 1, 1776) and the Freemasons had a clearly defined program: (1) abolition of all ordered government; (2) abolition of private property; (3) abolition of inheritance; (4) abolition of patriotism (5) abolition of all religions; (6) abolition of family, morality, and control of education of children; (7) creation of a world government.’ From THE CURSE OF CANAAN, by Eustace Mullins, pg. 64 NOTE: To which I would add, (8) War, profits from war, and (9) Global depopulation – INCLUDING IN THE UNITED STATES.”

    Source: X22 Report: Central Bankers Can’t Stop The Economic Collapse Instead They Will Cover It Up http://sgtreport.com/2015/01/x22-report-central-bankers-cant-stop-the-economic-collapse-instead-they-will-cover-it-up/

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