Charlie Munger – the billionaire investor and Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman – insisted the “Communists did the right thing” while talking about the Chinese regime’s oppression of it citizens and businessmen in China. Following criticism of the Chinese Communist Party’s financial and regulatory system, Ma disappeared for months from the public eye. Many suspected he had been arrested or even killed by the Chinese Communist Party. While Ma has since been seen in public, Chinese authorities have summoned him for questioning and quashed his forthcoming Ant Group initial public offering (IPO). To Munger, however, the “Communists did the right thing.” The
Globalist magazine The Economist has shockingly referred to the targeting and disappearance of a Chinese businessman as “regulation” and “boosting competition.” Jack Ma – who has previously prostrate himself before the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) – has been reported as missing, with a multitude of news outlets reporting on his disappearance. Now, The Economist – which like most globalist outfits is long on China – appears to be making excuses on behalf of the modern Nazi Party – the CCP – for disappearing Ma. Published on January 2nd, a magazine-wide editorial shockingly states: “China is also at the frontier of
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy – usually famous for his pizza reviews and his sports commentary – has newfound relevance during the coronavirus pandemic. As a day trader. Portnoy’s learning curve tomfoolery in the area has gained him a truckload of new fans and supporters, given his “no nonsense” schtick and concurrent livestreams of his trading days. But there’s at least some nonsense left in Portnoy’s repertoire: investing in Communist China. On Wednesday morning, “El Presidente” tweeted: I’m so mad right now. @realDonaldTrump @DonaldJTrumpJr The Trumps know Americans fucking have money invested in Chinese companies on the stock market right?