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Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
Яudis
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12-03-2019 10:34 PM

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Post: #61
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
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Name One French Made Thing You Want or Have to Buy?
Just One?

Making this 100% Tax Changes Nothing and TRIGGERS everyone on the LEFT!
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NormalIsSubjective

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12-04-2019 12:54 AM

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Post: #62
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
Uppity Me  Wrote: (12-03-2019 01:17 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 03:17 AM)
"....... a new French tax that hit American technology companies discriminated against the United States, a declaration that could lead to retaliatory tariffs as high as 100 percent on French wines ...."

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/02/busin...rance.html

It's retaliatory ...... business.

well there is Napa Valley, Australia, Germany, Italy, NZ
do we really need French wine?


More than we need American war-mongering.
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12-04-2019 01:14 AM

 




Post: #63
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
Яudis  Wrote: (12-03-2019 10:34 PM)
Name One French Made Thing You Want or Have to Buy?
Just One?

Making this 100% Tax Changes Nothing and TRIGGERS everyone on the LEFT!

Murica imports over $40 billion in goods from France. A simpleton might not find this to be relevant or significant, but it is.

America exports around $28 billion in goods to France.

There's roughly a $16 billion trade deficit.

That's a total trade value of over $70 billion.. a significant amount.

And while the simpletons might think that paying more for their imported products is a good thing, they'll quickly realize that they're wrong..
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12-04-2019 01:15 AM

 




Post: #64
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 02:15 AM)
there should be 100% tariff on all imported goods.

Rofl


Educated in America^ Lmao
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12-04-2019 01:21 AM

 




Post: #65
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-04-2019 01:14 AM)
Яudis  Wrote: (12-03-2019 10:34 PM)
Name One French Made Thing You Want or Have to Buy?
Just One?

Making this 100% Tax Changes Nothing and TRIGGERS everyone on the LEFT!

Murica imports over $40 billion in goods from France. A simpleton might not find this to be relevant or significant, but it is.

America exports around $28 billion in goods to France.

There's roughly a $16 billion trade deficit.

That's a total trade value of over $70 billion.. a significant amount.

And while the simpletons might think that paying more for their imported products is a good thing, they'll quickly realize that they're wrong..
WHAT Exact Goods? Can You Name the GOODS?
Do You Use Any Of these Imaginary Goods?
Cuz I sure as hell don't!
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12-04-2019 01:24 AM

 




Post: #66
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-04-2019 01:15 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 02:15 AM)
there should be 100% tariff on all imported goods.
Rofl
Educated in America^ Lmao
We Should Strip all Foreign Aid From Western Eu Nations!

WW2 Has Been Over for 74 Years,
If they Have Not Recovered By Now they Never Will!

And We Should Start Restructuring and Giving all that Money To Eastern EU Nations.
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Post: #67
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-04-2019 01:21 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-04-2019 01:14 AM)
Murica imports over $40 billion in goods from France. A simpleton might not find this to be relevant or significant, but it is.

America exports around $28 billion in goods to France.

There's roughly a $16 billion trade deficit.

That's a total trade value of over $70 billion.. a significant amount.

And while the simpletons might think that paying more for their imported products is a good thing, they'll quickly realize that they're wrong..
WHAT Exact Goods? Can You Name the GOODS?
Do You Use Any Of these Imaginary Goods?
Cuz I sure as hell don't!


Don't be such a simpleton, use the Google.
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12-04-2019 01:27 AM

 




Post: #68
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-04-2019 01:24 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-04-2019 01:15 AM)
Rofl
Educated in America^ Lmao
We Should Strip all Foreign Aid From Western Eu Nations!

WW2 Has Been Over for 74 Years,
If they Have Not Recovered By Now they Never Will!

And We Should Start Restructuring and Giving all that Money To Eastern EU Nations.


You should spend it on education, at home in Murica..
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NormalIsSubjective

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12-04-2019 01:40 AM

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Post: #69
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
Sultan of Wings  Wrote: (12-03-2019 05:17 PM)
Trump blasts Macron over ‘brain dead’ Nato remarks

US president calls French leader’s comments ‘nasty’ and says Paris could leave alliance

Donald Trump has lashed out at Emmanuel Macron on the first morning of a two-day Nato meeting, saying the French president’s description of Nato as brain dead was insulting and a “very, very nasty statement”.

At a news conference alongside the Nato secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg, the US president also accused Macron of trying to break away from Nato, as well as running a failing economy – while discarding the fact he himself has described Nato as obsolete on previous occasions.

Macron had tried to galvanise the agenda for the summit in London by calling the 70-year western alliance “brain dead”, but Trump said: “Nato serves a great purpose. I think that’s very insulting.”

He added: “Nobody needs Nato more than France. It’s a very dangerous statement for them to make.”

-50%
read more here:
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/d...to-remarks


The irony is, when Trump isn't reversing himself (or being forced to) and backing the deep-state agenda, his and Macron's positions are interestingly similar:


Trump on NATO: ‘I said it was obsolete. It’s no longer obsolete.’

By Jenna Johnson, April 12, 2017

President Trump on Wednesday pledged his full support to NATO, reaffirming the United States' commitment to the alliance and saying he no longer considers it “obsolete,” a sharp reversal from his rhetoric on the campaign trail and during his first weeks in office... https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post...-obsolete/

Trump says NATO is obsolete but still 'very important to me'

January 15, 2017

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said NATO was obsolete because it had not defended against terror attacks, but that the military alliance was still very important to him, The Times of London reported.

“I took such heat, when I said NATO was obsolete,” Trump told the newspaper in an interview. “It’s obsolete because it wasn’t taking care of terror. I took a lot of heat for two days. And then they started saying Trump is right.” https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-t...SKBN14Z0YO

Donald Trump Reaffirms Support for Warmer Relations With Putin

By Alexander Burns, Aug. 1, 2016

Donald J. Trump unabashedly trumpeted his support for warmer relations with Russia at a campaign rally here on Monday night, acidly mocking opponents who say he is too friendly to Vladimir V. Putin, the country’s strongman president.

Mr. Trump, who has been under fire from Democrats and some conservative national security leaders for his accommodating stance toward Mr. Putin, cast his supportive remarks as a matter of practical necessity. By aligning itself with Russia, he said, the United States could more easily take on the Islamic State and other terrorist groups... https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/02/us/po...ussia.html

Trump Wants Russia Back In The G-7, But Several Senators Say It Doesn't Belong
August 27, 2019 https://www.npr.org/2019/08/27/754811266...snt-belong


Macron Tells NATO Russia Must Come in from the Cold War

November 30, 2019, by Tom Luongo

Last week I went through just some of the highlights as to why Russia is becoming a destination for global capital.

For years it’s been a little lonely out here banging on about how well the Russian state headed by Vladimir Putin has navigated an immense campaign by the West to marginalize and/or isolate Russia from the world economy.

But that is changing rapidly. And 2020 will likely be the year the New Cold War begins to end. And it starts with Europe. In recent weeks there have been a number of moves made on both sides to end the economic isolation of Russia by Europe.

As always, however, it begins politically. French President Emmanuel Macron speaking at a press conference before 70th Anniversary NATO Summit in London no less, made it clear that he no longer wants the EU positioning itself as an adversary of Russia or China.

Standing next to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg Macron put a further down payment that he is looking to replace German Chancellor Angela Merkel as the person setting the tone for European Foreign Policy.

“NATO is a collective defense organization, but against what or against who? Who is our common enemy? We need to clarify that. And it is a very strategic question,” he told reporters at a press conference in Paris on Nov. 28.

“Sometimes I hear some saying that it is Russia or China, our enemy. Is it the purpose of the Atlantic Alliance to identify one or the other as our enemies? I don’t think so. Our joint enemy, clearly within the Alliance, is terrorism that’s struck our countries.”

Macron said that NATO needs “a common definition of terrorism, of who the terrorist groups are and how to act in coordination against them.” He said that “the absence of dialogue with Russia” did not make the European continent safer and that he wants to “clarify our relationship with Russia.” “We want a lucid, robust, and demanding dialogue with Russia, with neither naivety nor complacency,” he said.

[...]

The big shift here is Macron signaling out that NATO needs to shift its focus away from Russia and China and focus on threat of terrorism... https://tomluongo.me/2019/11/30/macron-t...-cold-war/


Macron says Russia is no longer NATO's enemy

by Mike Brest, November 29, 2019

French President Emmanuel Macron declared Russia to no longer be NATO's enemy and called for closer ties with the Kremlin days before a NATO meeting.

His new remarks echo sentiments he expressed earlier this month, which have been heavily criticized, where he claimed that NATO was “brain dead” and in need of a new strategy to replace the United States' leadership... https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/...atos-enemy



I wonder who the author of this article from the American Conservative is really talking for, and to.

Note the very first sentence:


NATO’s Real Enemy: Not Trump But Macron

The French president wants the alliance out of the way to make room for a European Union army.
Bill Wirtz, November 18, 2019

President Trump’s position on NATO has been consistent since he campaigned in 2016.

[...]

He (Macron) told The Economist: “[NATO] only works if the guarantor of last resort functions as such. I’d argue that we should reassess the reality of what NATO is in the light of the commitment of the United States.”

His strategy is clear: discredit NATO and make it vulnerable to a threat that isn’t real. While Trump wants members to spend more so the alliance can have meaning again, Macron wants to weaken NATO in order to make a positive case for a European army. The French president says in his Economist interview that Europe stands on “the edge of a precipice” and that it needs to start thinking of itself strategically as a geopolitical power; otherwise Europeans will “no longer be in control of our destiny.”

[...]

It seems likely that Macron envies Trump and the United States for their might, and sees the function of NATO as an obstacle to a greater European vision of military force and political influence... https://www.theamericanconservative.com/...ut-macron/
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Post: #70
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
Francis Top 10 Goods

Machinery including computers: US$67.7 billion (11.9% of total exports)
Vehicles: $56.5 billion (9.9%)
Aircraft, spacecraft: $51.8 billion (9.1%)
Electrical machinery, equipment: $44.9 billion (7.9%)
Pharmaceuticals: $33.8 billion (6%)
Plastics, plastic articles: $22.6 billion (4%)
Perfumes, cosmetics: $19.7 billion (3.5%)
Beverages, spirits, vinegar: $19.4 billion (3.4%) WINE
Mineral fuels including oil: $18.7 billion (3.3%)
Optical, technical, medical apparatus: $16.9 billion (3%)
http://www.worldstopexports.com/frances-top-10-exports/

STILL A Bunch Of CRAP I Dont Buy!
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Post: #71
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-04-2019 01:26 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-04-2019 01:21 AM)
WHAT Exact Goods? Can You Name the GOODS?
Do You Use Any Of these Imaginary Goods?
Cuz I sure as hell don't!


Don't be such a simpleton, use the Google.
State All the FRENCH Stuff You Buy!
How F#CKING Hard is it?
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12-04-2019 01:48 AM

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Post: #72
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
Яudis  Wrote: (12-03-2019 10:34 PM)
Name One French Made Thing You Want or Have to Buy?
Just One?

Making this 100% Tax Changes Nothing and TRIGGERS everyone on the LEFT!


No one has actually confirmed the premise of the thread is even true, yet.

Of course, that never stops your partisan douche-waffling regardless of topic or veracity.


Stop huffing Camembert, mon tête de merde.
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12-04-2019 01:49 AM

 




Post: #73
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 02:15 AM)
there should be 100% tariff on all imported goods.

Income, property, and sales taxes can be eliminated and 100% of revenue for the US government can be raised via import tariffs. The tariff is the only constitutional tax, all other taxes are treason.
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12-04-2019 01:59 AM

 




Post: #74
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
Looks Like a LUXURY Tax of Some Kind!

U.S. vows 100% tariffs on French Champagne, cheese, handbags over digital tax.
The U.S. government on Monday said it may slap punitive duties of up to 100%
on $2.4 billion in imports from France of Champagne, handbags, cheese and
other products, after concluding that France’s new digital services tax would
harm U.S. tech companies.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-t...SKBN1Y62HC

https://www.cnn.com/2019/12/02/tech/fren...index.html

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/12/03/us-vows-...l-tax.html

https://techcrunch.com/2019/12/03/us-cou...ch-giants/
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12-04-2019 02:01 AM

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Post: #75
RE: Trump to impose 100% tariffs on French goods
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-04-2019 01:42 AM)
Francis Top 10 Goods

Machinery including computers: US$67.7 billion (11.9% of total exports)
Vehicles: $56.5 billion (9.9%)
Aircraft, spacecraft: $51.8 billion (9.1%)
Electrical machinery, equipment: $44.9 billion (7.9%)
Pharmaceuticals: $33.8 billion (6%)
Plastics, plastic articles: $22.6 billion (4%)
Perfumes, cosmetics: $19.7 billion (3.5%)
Beverages, spirits, vinegar: $19.4 billion (3.4%) WINE
Mineral fuels including oil: $18.7 billion (3.3%)
Optical, technical, medical apparatus: $16.9 billion (3%)
http://www.worldstopexports.com/frances-top-10-exports/

STILL A Bunch Of CRAP I Dont Buy!


Clearly, somebody does, you clueless putz.
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