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US Needs Sh*thole Countries, Not the Other Way Around

By Chris Kanthan

We may never know what accurately President Trump pronounced during a assembly on immigration, but many Americans – including renouned media total such as Tomi Lahren – overwhelmingly relished the use of the word “sh*ithole” to report bad nations. Whether beheld by the viewpoint of diplomacy, Christianity or common decency, such a view is apparently wrong. However, there are many people who seem to only know the denunciation of income and self-interest. They also seem to trust that America is the core of the world, and they don’t sense how the US is intensely contingent on the rest of the world.

Haiti and Congo

Take, for example, Haiti and Congo – two sh*thole countries. These two countries can fast bluster America’s mercantile and inhabitant security. Haiti can cut ties with the US and strike a understanding with Russia to create a military bottom or a barb invulnerability system. It will be a honeyed punish for Putin who’s threatened by US barb systems in Eastern Europe.

As for Congo, it’s a major writer of many profitable minerals such as copper, tin, gold, solid as good as a common steel called cobalt. What is not widely famous is that cobalt is an essential component – comprising 30% – of all the rechargeable batteries used in smartphones, tablets, laptops, electric cars, etc. Cobalt has turn one of the many desired line in the universe and its cost has quadrupled in the last two years. Guess who controls 60% of global production of cobalt? Congo, in sh*thole Africa! Needless to say, even a proxy intrusion of Congo’s cobalt supply to the US will pile-up a batch market; and a sustained intrusion will mutilate a economy.


But They take Our Money!

Many Americans bring up the fact the US gives assist to the bad countries. First of all, giving assist doesn’t meant we have the right to abuse and disparage them. Moreover, people should review or listen to John Perkins to know how unfamiliar assist really works. Most of the assist goes true to US companies – for example, to buy US weapons, or compensate one US organisation to build roads that will advantage another US organisation (such as a mining company). The rest of the income goes to cheat a corrupt personality whose pursuit is to assure continual supply of tender materials or inexpensive labor.

Now, let’s take a discerning demeanour at how the US depends on under-developed nations.

Natural Resources: Since the 1980s, mining activities in the US have forsaken significantly. Now we import about 100 vicious minerals/metals from other nations. These are tender materials but which we can’t furnish cars, planes, satellites, military jets, electronics, medical instruments and so on. For 20 of those minerals/metals, the US is totally (100%) contingent on other countries. For example, China reserve 100% of indium that the US consumes. Without indium, there won’t be any touchscreens (on smartphones, tablets and kiosks). We also depend on a rival, Russia, for vicious minerals such as palladium and titanium, but which there won’t be any Boeing planes or US warrior jets.

Trump is trying to revoke some of these dependencies, but it will take a decade or some-more to make a dent. Let’s not forget that mining activities are intensely poisonous to the environment. We should be beholden that sh*thole countries are shouldering the weight of wickedness so that we can enjoy purify water and air.

Imports and Exports: The US imports almost $1 trillion of goods from Latin America and Asia. In case people haven’t beheld it, we don’t make a lot of things these days. US exports also means millions of jobs. Without trade, there’s no economy. Also, let’s not forget tourism: 73 million foreigners visited the US last year and spent $250 billion!

Supermarkets in the US are full of grains, vegetables, fruits and oil from building nations. Coffee and cocoa are almost exclusively from Africa and Latin America. Imagine what will occur to Starbucks’ market cap of $85 billion if coffee bean growers from sh*thole countries protest the US.

Revenues from other nations: More than half of the revenues of SP 500 US companies comes from outward the US. General Motors, for example, gets almost 2/3rd of its income from overseas. In fact, GM sells more cars in China than in the US! Also, consider about the tens of thousands of Starbucks, McDonald’s and other US sell stores located around the world.

Emerging Markets Becoming Powerful

Although the normal particular in building nations is not wealthy, collectively those nations have a $31 trillion GDP, and that’s a lot of mercantile power. More than 70% of the expansion in global GDP comes from building nations (the US accounts for 18% and the EU 8%). If we wish to advantage from their prosperity, we need to learn to be respectful and friendly.

Labor from Poor Nations: People in bad countries work for $1 an hour so that US companies such as Nike, Walmart, Macy’s and Apple can make billions of dollars. Without people in Africa operative in mines in terrible conditions, we wouldn’t have glossy smartphones. We get to enjoy a high vital customary only since someone else lives in a sh*thole. Perhaps a feelings should be thankfulness or consolation rather than disdain.

UN Votes: We need some-more allies and genuine partners to support us in the UN. Although many Americans demeanour down on the UN, the US can't attain but tactful team-work from other nations. When Trump announced the pierce of US embassy to Jerusalem, 128 countries voted against us. Only 7 countries upheld the US and Israel, and those enclosed tiny islands like Palau with a whopping race of 20,000. Let’s wish there aren’t some-more such tactful fiascos.

US Military Bases and Special Forces: The US has military bases in every dilemma of the earth; and the US Special Forces work in 140 countries. Insulting other countries only puts a soldiers in danger. Although it would be good to cringe the American Empire, it should be a intentional and a tactful move, instead of getting unceremoniously kicked out.

Dollar Hegemony: One of the pillars of American strength is the Petrodollar, whereby other nations determine to buy/sell line in US dollar. This is because a banking is so profitable and because we can levy sanctions on other countries. However, if adequate sh*thole countries start using gold, Chinese Yuan or cryptocurrency, the value of US dollar will plunge, the seductiveness rates – for US book bonds, mortgages, etc. – will spike, and the a US economy will humour a good deal.

America’s soothing energy is some-more effective than dollars and bombs. However, interjection to Trump’s cruel attitude, America’s station in the universe has plunged. As a recent Gallup poll revealed, 43% of the universe disapproves America’s care now, putting the US below Russia (36%) and China (30%). Our net capitulation rate has left from +20 to -13 in a singular year! Americans must also comprehend that their difference on social media are seen by people all around the world. We can have advantageous immigration policies, while being kind and diplomatic. America’s wealth and confidence are severely contingent on the goodwill and team-work of other nations, grown and rising markets alike.

Top picture credit: Anthony Freda Art

Chris Kanthan is the author of a new book, Syria – War of Deception. It’s accessible in a precipitated as good as a longer version. Chris lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, has trafficked to 35 countries, and writes about universe affairs, politics, economy and health. His other book is Deconstructing Monsanto.

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