The problem for the Globalist is that the Economies around the world are beginning to contract at a much faster rate than they all could have expected. Germany had a -0.2% real GDP rate for the 3rd quarter. Germany is the European Union. If Germany fails you can kiss the EU goodbye. France is also struggling massively. The tweets below show the difference between our country and theirs.
The USA real GDP rate for 2018 is well on its way to reaching 3% for the year. The Atlanta Federal Reserve has the 4th quarter GDP rate at 2.6%.
Also December’s Jobs Repprt sent shockwaves through the Globalists bodies.
China is truly in a world of hurt! They are doing everything humanly possible to keep their paper economy from going up in smoke. If a trade deal is not reached by March 1st, the 10% tariff on the $200 billion dollars worth of imports will become 25%. The tariffs are destroying them. The Globalist know it as well.
Our Wilburine has said that they have to feel pain in order to change their ways. PAIN is exactly what they are feeling with no end in sight. Keep in mind our President has an additional $267 billion dollars he can place tariffs on. He is keeping that for now in his back pocket.
Not sure how many of you are aware of the deals Secretary Perry is finalizing in Eastern Europe for the sale of our LNG. It is staggering to be honest. By 2019, we will have five LNG terminals that will be able to process and deliver LNG anywhere in the world. These deals are anywhere from 20 to 25 years in length.
The Russians are completely losing their minds seeing all of this taking place in their own backyard and there is absolutely nothing they can do to stop it!
Hungary and Poland are truly humming when you look at their real GDP rates this year! They ABSOLUTELY can afford to buy our LNG in mass amounts.
1st Q GDP – 4.8%
2nd Q GDP – 4.7%
3rd Q GDP – 5.0%
1st Q GDP – 5.0%
2nd Q GDP – 5.2%
3rd Q GDP – 5.7%
Here are couple interesting articles about US LNG production and export terminals.
10 Incredible Facts About American LNG Exports – 9/9/18
5 LNG Export Projects Investors Should Know About – 8/31/18