Chinese Military Invade Hong Kong

A Reflection On Global Change In Hong Kong by Mitch Santell

Chinease Troups Enter Downtown HK
Mainland China Military Enters Hong Kong: August 11, 2019

Please take just a few seconds and look at this video clip taken off an iPhone documenting in real-time the Chinese Military entering Hong Kong.

My analysis and prediction based on my own discernment and research:

There has never been a better time to call your best friend and tell them how much you love them. Why do I say that?

Answer: China Holds Over 1.2 Trillion Dollars In U.S. Bonds and may sell them at any time. It is my sincere prediction that we are about to see a global financial reset that is going to make the U.S. Stock market crash of 1929 and the Global Sell-Off of Stocks After 9/11 seem like a picnic on a New Zealand Beach.

Don’t believe me? Look at this link below while you still can.

Obama Loves Debt

As of March 31, 2016:

Chinese ownership of U.S. debt has increased to just over $1.2 trillion, allowing China to maintain its position as the largest foreign holder of federal debt, according to a new report.

China owned 20 percent of all foreign holdings in federal debt as of last December, according to a report from the Congressional Research Service published this week. Chinese ownership of U.S. debt increased by $94 billion in the four years since December 2011, when China owned 23 percent of all foreign holdings in federal debt.

The report comes as tensions between the United States and China have escalated over Chinese territorial claims in the South China Sea. On Thursday, China’s defense ministry warned the U.S. Navy to “be careful” in the South China Sea. American warships have repeatedly sailed near disputed islands in the region in recent months as part of “freedom of navigation” exercises.

The Pentagon sent a carrier strike group to the South China Sea at the start of this month after reports that China had deployed a surface-to-air-missile system to a disputed island in the region. The Philippines also recently agreed to give the U.S. military access to five bases, some of which are close to the disputed South China Sea, a deal which China’s defense ministry rejected as “a reflection of a Cold War mentality.”

President Obama is due to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping Thursday in Washington, which will take place as leaders from Asian countries are in town for a summit on nuclear security.

Japan followed China as the second major holder of U.S. debt according to data from last December, owning just over $1.1 trillion, which accounted for 18 percent of all foreign holdings in federal debt. Caribbean Banking Centers followed far behind in third with $351.7 billion in federal debt.

Approximately two-thirds of foreign holdings in U.S. debt are held by government sources while the rest is held by private investors.

Read on here: http://bit.ly/2Z0ZSTk


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