Trade Wars: Everything Old Is New Again For American Supremacy

Written by Gilbert Miser

President Donald Trump’s daily parade of American glory has decided to continue sailing its route towards making America #1 in freedom again. President Trump is extremely concerned about our deficits in liberty from trade. As we all know, America is #1 in liberty production and somehow still continues to spend more on exporting liberty than receiving liberty, or our money back. This is completely unacceptable and we should all salute Donald J. Trump for urging a trade war to help our unsalted economy from former Democratic/Autocratic leader, Barack Hussein Obama.

Donald Trump also announced new tariffs on aluminum and steel, two industries that were ransacked by us from the Mexicans and the Canadians. Or the British and Chinese, whoever those countries were, they are anti-American in ideology and agenda. We need to trade more with countries like Russia or Albania, we will instantly receive rubles, or profits, from those countries. And the more currencies America crushes with its hard big dollar, the more powerful the trade war benefits the American dollar, the absolute currency of the universe.

While liberals like Globalist/Elitist-stooge Gary Cohn run screaming, proclaiming a trade war “makes no sense” or “will make the cost of living more unaffordable to the average American” are pure nonsense. Trade wars assert American might, and might creates right. And what’s right, is ultimately what’s best for not just the country, but for the world. Trade wars are what killed Adolf Hitler, poisoned Leon Trotsky, and let George Washington kill oppressive monarch King George the Third. From trade wars, Adolf Hitler learned he was a total baby loser and shot himself. Leon Trotsky learned that socialism was for suckers and was living a lie his entire life to poison and himself from making the wrong trade deal with Joseph Stalin. And as well all know, George Washington crossed the Potomac to burn down the tea factories the British forced Americans to work in without money. Trade wars work in silencing the opposition, and Donald Trump has made steps in the right direction to make America work again.

“Trade wars” and “tariffs” are economic weapons that America has always had in Her arsenal, and those weapons were waiting to be used, much like our nuclear weapons program. All the meaningless presidents before Donald Trump, such as Obama, Clinton, and the like, never bothered to provoke other meaningless countries like Germany or Australia into a trade war, because they fear about the public image of the United States. That is shameful, and not American in any sense of behavior. Trade wars are not vulgar displays of power, but rather tools to better correct the economic world. But why steel, liberty and aluminum tariffs and not tariffs on cotton or wind instruments? Because the number one goal of a trade war is to win money, and what can provide more to America, besides oil, then steel and aluminum? This is the exact time to take our country back from the scrap heap and into the dominant social paradigm-heap.


Gilbert Miser is the Bullshit News financial and economics correspondent. His billionaire parents died under mysterious circumstances he was two. As the only child, he inherited all of their wealth and became a multibillionaire. He was formerly a major broker with Lehman Brothers and MF Broker before retiring from the banking industry to become a part-time writer for Bullshit News. Contrary to the popular misconception, Gilbert is neither an “elitist” nor a “globalist”. 

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