President Donald Trump has announced he will sign a long-awaited trade agreement with China on 15 January.
Hours ago, Trump said in a tweet, “I will be signing our very large and comprehensive Phase One Trade Deal with China on January 15. The ceremony will take place at the White House. High level representatives of China will be present. At a later date I will be going to Beijing where talks will begin on Phase Two!”
With this tweet, Trump is kicking the ball back to the CCP regime. In case Xi Jinping or his representative could not come for the signing ceremony, what would happen next?
Vice Premier Liu He, Chinese top trade negotiator, will visit Washington this week to sign the “phase one” trade deal with the U.S., the South China Morning Post reported Monday.
The newspaper, citing a source briefed on the matter, said Beijing has accepted the U.S. invitation for a deal signing in Washington, and the Chinese delegation will stay in the U.S. for a few days until the middle of next week.
White House trade advisor Peter Navarro told Fox News on Monday that the signing will likely happen within next week or so with both sides waiting for the translation.
Navarro said: “We’ll probably have a signing on that within the next week or so – we’re just waiting for the translation.” However, he stressed that the report had come from anonymous sources.
“Never believe reports on anonymous sources. Get it from President Trump or … [the US trade representative] ” Navarro said. But he added that the signing of the agreement would be made public as quickly as possible and indicated few steps remained to complete it.
CCP killer Guo Wengui tells about the secrets behind the trade talks in his live-broadcast the day before. I have his words translated as follows:
Today I’d like to talk a bit about the Sino-US trade war.
I just had a profound dinner with the most important negotiator of the US side in the trade talks, during which we talked a lot.
When we were about to finish the meal, I asked him to describe in simple words about the trade talks.
He said, “It’s very simple. We have prepared for the CCP only two things: one is the result of Saddam, Ceausescu, Gaddafi, and Yugoslavia – the rope on the gallows. Do you want this? Of course, you don’t. Then sign the deal and open your market. Get rid of your blockchain, cryptography law, foreign investment management law, import and export regulations on foreign exchange, and your legislation to force foreign-invested companies to share data with the government, as well as the state security law. All these must be canceled. Will you do that? No? Then, beheaded! You have YES and NO to choose from. What would you choose?”
This was the first time that I heard of the most explicit black-and-white plan.
He said, “We are still waiting for their reply. If they continue to play us, tariffs will go sky high, more sanctions will be imposed on CCP’s state-owned enterprises, a full-scale war will start in the financial sector, and complete restriction in the technology sector.”
Dear warrior friends, I was very excited to hear of this. This is exactly what we want.
This American friend gave the most accurate description of our Expose Revolution. He said, “The role of your Expose Revolution is to give the American people the chance to whistle blow. One minute!”
This American friend was smart to say these words. He told me during the negotiations with the CCP team, he had the experience that all CCP negotiators were fake, because none of them was entitled to putting their own tactics or intelligence into full play.
Their opinion about Liu He was that he was not even able to choose whether he should die or live on. Liu He has always lived in fear. He is very clear that with a deal, he would become a second Li Hongzhang (premier of late Qing Dynasty); without a deal, he would be killed by the CCP. He is a goat already placed onto the chopping board.
Liu He understands the requests of the US side fully, but he could do nothing to express himself but to shake his head in various awkward body or facial expressions.
When he wanted to tell something to his US counterparts, he only pointed his fingers up in the air, signifying that he must report to his boss.
He would murmur to himself often, in English, “It’s over. It’s over.”
His American counterparts could see that as more trade talks went on, Liu He’s health was deteriorating, more and more of his speeches were fake.
These American officials truly like the character of Liu He in someway and have sympathy on him. When he was not speaking his mind, he would stutter.
Every time, Liu He would talk to the American officials, “It is my job to negotiate with you, but I have no power to make any decision.”
With this, the Americans came to understand what had been going on with those talks.
Warrior friends! From now on, please have pity on Liu He. And don’t blame him any more.
by Cloudy Seagail