Why did 100-year-old Henry Kissinger go to China?

Henry Kissinger

The biggest threat to the world is the $31.4 trillion U.S. debt. U.S. bond prices will inevitably fall, causing the collapse of many countries’ economies. Millions of jobs and trillions of dollars in wages will vanish into thin air.

When Xi Jinping began his first term, it was said that the Chinese economy would not withstand the collapse of U.S. bonds. The economies of the two countries are closely intertwined. If the U.S. economy collapses, China will be the first to follow suit.

Why did a 100-year-old man take a 14-hour flight, risking his health and putting himself in danger to go to China? What was so important?

The only way to save the faltering economies of the U.S. and China, as they approach the brink of collapse, is through a war economy. War will rescue both countries from their economic downturns. Kissinger went to Beijing to discuss the possibility of war.

We will soon see how the U.S. and China will benefit from a proxy war. The U.S. has started increasing its military presence, especially in the Middle East, while China behaves as if it is almost at war in the Pacific.

Written by Umut Guner

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