It means that all Congress members and all multinationals with any stocks in any of the Chinese companies listed by the Secretary of Treasury will have to get rid of them. The money will have to come back (that’s how I understand it) and it will then be easy to… confiscate it!
I think Martin Armstrong is wrong: with that kind of executive order, I don’t see Trump going anywhere.
And I do NOT believe that it is particularly intended to hurt China but rather to get a good grasp of how invested American traitors are abroad. Those Google, Amazon, Halliburton, Blackrock and such and the Feinstein, Pelosi, Biden, Clintons of this world.
You are watching a movie… a tightly scripted drama that manoeuvres every stakeholder group into just the right position at just the right time. People have to be shown, especially the reluctant libs. Their choices have consequences. Sometimes they are poor choices with terrible consequences.
Why is it that so few Americans alive seem to have any real understanding of their own anti-imperial traditions or even the system of political economy that emerged out of the revolution as the first in history to put humanity, and the powers of mind above the laws of monetary profit? The ignorance of this historical truth has resulted in the susceptibility of many of Americans (as well as Europeans and other Commonwealth citizens) to believe that their only choices in the face of an oncoming economic meltdown is to support either Keynesian top down systems of control or Libertarian “anything goes” bottom up systems which strip government of all its authority to resist the actual trans national oligarchy.