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PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2016 6:29 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Row on China tarmac an awkward start
Sep 3, 2016
 -  "This is our country. This is our airport."  A Chinese official confronted Susan Rice on the tarmac, prompting the Secret Service to intervene, an unusual altercation as China implements strict controls ahead of a big summit.

Shortly after Obama's plane landed in Hangzhou, a Chinese official attempted to prevent 0bamas national security adviser Susan Rice from walking to the motorcade as she crossed a media rope line, speaking angrily to her before a Secret Service agent stepped between the two.

The same official shouted at a White House press aide who was instructing foreign reporters on where to stand as they recorded Obama disembarking from the plane.


The press pool was brought under a wing of Air Force One where the pool was supposed to stay behind a blue rope. However, a member of the Chinese delegation began shouting at White House staff, demanding the pool leave the arrival scene. A White House official said Obama was our president and Air Force One was our plane and that the press was not going to move from the designated area. The Chinese official angrily responded "This is our country. This is our airport."
Laughing  To which Obama no doubt promptly replied, "You didn't build that."

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 04, 2016 8:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Putin and Erdogan talk at G20 summit
Sep 4, 2016
-  In handshake photo, Erdogan is a head taller than Putin.
Vladimir Putin and Turkey President Erdogan vowed to continue normalizing relations and boost economic ties as both were visiting China for the G20 summit.  Erdogan was the first foreign head that Russiaís president spoke to Saturday evening, shortly after his arrival in the eastern city of Hangzhou for the gathering which kicks off Sunday.

Laughing † China snubbed 0bama
Sep 4, 2016
†- †China showed 0bama how Americans feel about him! †Smile
Barack Obama deliberately snubbed by Chinese in chaotic arrival.
Barry 0bama did NOT get the usual red carpet welcome.

China gave a calculated diplomatic snub to Barack Obama after he was not provided with a staircase to leave his plane during his chaotic arrival in Hangzhou. †Chinese authorities rolled out the red carpet for other leaders. †But 0bama had to disembark from Air Force One through a little-used exit in the plane's belly after no rolling staircase was provided. †Laughing

When Obama did find his way on to a red carpet on the tarmac below there were heated altercations between US and Chinese officials, with one Chinese official caught on video shouting: "This is our country! This is our airport!" †Laughing
These things do not happen by mistake. Not with the Chinese.



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PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2016 8:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Putin at  G20
Sep 6, 2016  -  Putin talks relations with Turkey, US, Saudi Arabia & China at G20 final presser.  Russian President Vladimir Putin at a press conference on the results of the G-20 summit in Hangzhou, September 5, 2016.  Moscow and Ankara are working on restoring their ties, unfortunately.  Not as fast as desired by Turkey.  "When you break something, it's always quick, but rebuilding things is always more difficult ," said Putin.
On Japan: 'We offered them 2 Kuril Islands, they ignored the 1956 treaty'
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2016 6:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

    2017 * Dawn of the NWO

Dec 31, 2016
-  Dawn of the New World Order, 2017 will be the year EVERYTHING changes.  Putinís growing power and Trumpís Election victory herald a growing movement against the established world governments.  From Germany, to France, to the Netherlands the people are gaining momentum, paving the way for the collapse of the EU.
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G-20 Feb 15, 2017 Germany
Feb 15, 2017  
-  Rex Tillerson headed to Bonn, Germany where he will participate in G-20 meeting.  He will meet separately with Russian Minister Sergey Lavrov and Chinese Minister Wang Yi, among others.

Rex Tillerson to meet Russian counterpart at G20 in Germany

Washington expects Moscow to honor its commitments to the Minsk agreements and work to deescalate the violence in the Ukraine.  Ukraine and the issue of economic sanctions look like becoming a stumbling block for future dialogue between Moscow and Washington. President Donald Trump has claimed that Crimea was taken by Moscow, prompting a measured but swift response from the Russian Foreign Ministry.

Crimea is part of the Russian Federation.
It will be the first time Lavrov has met Tillerson.

Media out at at G20
Feb 17, 2017  
-  US delegation ushers out media as Tillerson starts talking to Lavrov.
Journalists were asked to leave as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson began addressing the Russian FM Sergey Lavrov, during their first meeting in Bonn.  The meeting began with a handshake in front of the cameras. The Russian Foreign Minister then stepped in as the more experienced diplomat.

Mr. Secretary of State, I thank you for this opportunity to have the first contact after you have assumed the office and I would like to congratulate you.   Tillerson said he was glad to meet his Russian counterpart, then the US delegation signaled the media to leave the room.

After the meeting concluded, Tillerson gave a short statement, and refrained from answering any questions.  Both parties described their talks as productive.

Russia equal partner
Feb 16, 2017  
-  Russia will not be talked to from a position of strength, only as an equal partner.
Sergey Shoigu said, We are prepared to restore cooperation with the Pentagon, but attempts to establish a dialogue with from a position of strength would be fruitless.  Mattis said Moscow had to prove its trustworthiness before the Pentagon would cooperate with the Russian military.

Crisis prevention
Feb 17, 2017  Germany
-  G20 diplomats discuss development, crisis prevention.
Foreign ministers from the Group of 20 start 2 days of talks in Bonn with a focus on global development.  Diplomats from the G-20 and several guest nations began holding bilateral talks Thursday.

Cool  Forbid press at all gatherings and you prevent many crisis.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

G-20 Germany
Mar 18, 2017  
-  Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin at G-20
Finance chiefs tussled over fair trade
G20 drops Anti-Protectionist Pledge as Price of U.S. Assent

Leaders summit in July
Officials may continue to seek greater consensus on trade between now and the G-20 leaders summit in Hamburg in July.

Finance chiefs set aside a pledge to avoid protectionism, in response to the Trump administrationís call to rethink the global order for commerce.

Group of 20 nations said they are working to strengthen the contribution of trade to our economies. While the U.S. didnít get all it wanted, thatís a much pared-down formulation compared with the groupís statement last year, and omits a promise to avoid all forms of protectionism.

Secretary Mnuchin reflects claims by President Donald Trump that his nation has had a bad deal from the current global trade setup.

G20 *  Global warming hoax
Mar 19, 2017  
-  WINNING  G20 financial leaders drop free trade pledge - they caved to Trump!  Financial leaders of the world's biggest economies dropped a pledge to keep global trade free and open, acquiescing to an increasingly protectionist United States.  This is a defeat for host nation Germany.

G20 drops anti-protectionist pledge
Mar 19, 2017  
-  The US now has a strong leader that intends to do whatís best for Americans!   Finance ministers from world's biggest economies drop anti-protectionist commitment because of opposition from USA.

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Mnuchin to push U.S. interests at G20
Mar 14, 2017  
-  U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will be pushing to advance U.S. interests in his meeting with Group of 20 this week, including commitments to avoid competitive currency devaluations.  The early G20 draft reaffirmed previous exchange-rate commitments.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2017 9:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Germany *  Sharia police patrol streets
June 30, 2017  
-  Court in Germany authorizes Sharia police to enforce Islamic law in Wuppertal.  The issue has been brewing since 2014, when German politicians reacted strongly to reports of Sharia police patrols ordering people to stop various activities.

[font size="3"]Merkel warns Trump ahead of G20 [/font]
June 30, 2017  
-  German Chancellor Angela Merkel promised to fight for free trade and climate hoax at the G20 summit in Hamburg, challenging the "America First" policies of U.S. President Donald Trump.

The German hosts face a difficult challenge. Along with Trump, Russia's Vladimir Putin and Turkey's Tayyip Erdogan will be attending. All have strained relations with Merkel and EU.

EU rattled by Trumpís Visit to Poland
June 30, 2017  
-  European Union officials are worried U.S. President Donald Trumpís visit to Poland will bolster the government there, encouraging their defiance of the EU.  GOODIE!  Poland and Mr. Trump have similar views on migration and climate change and globalisation.


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