Keep pressing trade war until we win

Posted9/10/2019 1:00 AM

Time offers tremendous opportunities to advance freedom, but those opportunities only become reality if we grab them in the moment. Our great American nation is faced with a moment in time that our children's children will never forget. If we are to avoid war, we must stay the course in our battle to reclaim economic sovereignty. For without economic, military and individual sovereignty, freedom is a mere illusion.

President Donald Trump, you must stay the course and hit the Chinese with more tariffs. We must break the backs of our enemies or we shall surely have our own backs broken. We must not fail to remember that proper foresight wins all wars and all worthwhile endeavors require the collective sacrifice of America.


This trade war will secure our freedom and that of ten generations after us. We must stand up to our enemies or risk the degrading metamorphosis into a spineless state, or even worse, perpetuate the horrifying descent into a Chinese debtor colony.

Our enemies are weak; they hide behind manipulated currency and authoritarianism. They bet against the most wonderful nation at their own peril. We must unite in a national effort the likes of which we have not witnessed since World War II. If we do not see this trade war to its logical and rightful conclusion, we shall join Rome and Athens in the galaxy of collapsed stars.

If we do all we can to fight for freedom and heal our world, America will shine on as the brightest star in history. So, Mr. President, trudge onward against the media and all the naysayers. Continue forward so my generation may continue to shine the star of liberty brighter than ever before. Push ahead and turn the tide of our world toward Americanism.

Henry J.H. Wilson


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