Joe Biden checks his watch during ceremony for Marines killed in Afghanistan Because Joe Bidens botched withdrawal

Joe Biden checks his watch during ceremony for Marines killed in Afghanistan Because Joe Bidens botched withdrawal

Corporate Welfare Exposed: American Corporatists Using Fox Business to Bully The Chinese Communist Party, The Evergrande Continues – September 24, 2021,

We are definitely in the Welfare era, whether it’s personal welfare or corporate welfare, this era of entitlements is really getting pushed t the forefront. I’m certainly not a fan of the Chinese Communist Party, but I hate corporate welfare just as much as I hate communism so for myself as a capitalist, nothing makes me happier than to see a BIG mismanaged corporation fail.

13 U.S. troops killed in the Kabul suicide bombing because Joe Biden

13 U.S. troops killed in the Kabul suicide bombing because Joe Biden

I love fire sales, nothing brings a smile to my face and excitement to my body like a liquidation sale and these piece of shit corporatists are destroying capitalism. When it comes to the Evergrande Group the Chinese Communist Party(CCP) doesn’t even have to pretend to care, because the CCP controls the means of production globally, that money that might go to money heaven will have ZERO effect on the CCP internationally because Progressivism is in charge of the Western world and the tool of these Progressives are regulations, the Tax the rich mantra is why these corporatists are in China, to begin with, and being that these corporatists are financing the Joe Biden’s and Justin Trudeau’s I hope the CCP doesn’t bailout Evergrande.

The only reason China is even considering bailing out Evergrande is because of domestic protests, but the CCP has been brutal in the past and these piece of shit corporatists shove it under the rugged, Mike Bloomberg went as far as to say that the people of China like the CCP? So for myself, I’m watching this Evergrande story unfold and I’d love to see some corporatists go BANKRUPT. Burn baby burn!

Ex-NYSE CEO: Beijing’s credibility is ‘on the line’ with domestic, global investors

Interesting times ahead!