China’s president just criticized Trump at Davos without mentioning him by name

DAVOS, Jan 18 — Chinese President Xi Jinping offered a vigorous defense of globalization yesterday, pushing back against the “America First” rhetoric of incoming US president Donald Trump and signaling Beijing’s desire to play a bigger role on the global stage.

Xi’s speech to political leaders, CEOs and bankers at the World Economic Forum in Davos was a first by a Chinese leader and marked a possible shift in the global political landscape as western democracies struggle with the rise of populist nationalism.

China, a one-party communist state that maintains tough restrictions on foreign investment, would seem an unlikely champion of free markets at an event that has become synonymous with global capitalism

Here’s the latest sign that the global economic order is shifting swiftly beneath our feet:

The leader of the Chinese Communist Party just criticized an American president-elect for closing his economy off from the world.

Not by name. But everyone knew what he was getting at all the same. What he was saying was how dare Donald Trump demand equal treatment for America on trade deals against The world especially China.

This was the same place Joe Bidden vice president made his farewell speech(not to the American people) but the NWO elites in Davos claiming the NWO is in crises.

Joe Biden

Joe Biden leaving the stage in Davos, Switzerland, after his final major speech in office.“Their purpose is clear — to collapse the liberal international order,” Biden said.

On Tuesday, Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered remarks about the global economy at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. It was the first time a Chinese president has ever attended the ritzy annual conference, where predominantly Western political and business elites network and discuss economic trends over lavish meals and at glittering parties.

Xi used the opportunity to argue that globalization has made the world richer, and to present China as an enthusiastic participant in the increasingly interconnected world of cross-border trade. But some of his remarks on the perils of turning one’s country inward were particularly striking — because they offered blunt critiques of the economic policies of Donald Trump without ever saying the words “Donald Trump.”

“Pursuing protectionism is just like locking one’s self in a dark room. Wind and rain may be kept outside, but so are light and air,” he said during his address. “No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war.”

Xi doesn’t mention Trump once during the speech, but the subtext is clear. Trump is the leading advocate of protectionism among the elected leaders of the world’s largest and most developed economies, and he has threatened to slap tariffs as high as 45 percent on Chinese imports into the US, an act that could prompt reciprocal tariffs from China and spark an economically crippling trade war. Xi’s rhetorical broadside against protectionism is a way of pushing back against Trump’s agenda, which Chinese leaders fear will deal a huge blow to their economy.

Xi’s speech wasn’t just about defensively trying to persuade the economies that it relies on to consider the folly of employing tariffs against his country — it was also a power play. “There is a vacuum in global leadership. Xi sees it and he seizes it,”

What this all meant was that The elite were now pushing for China not the US to be the new world super power and lead the world.

A terrifying thought but one which we hope will fail. but they are dealing with Donald Trump and a revitalized USA.

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