CCP Could Kill Half of US Economy in One Move – With Taliban's Help

“The biggest threat is if [the CCP] flex up and do something in Taiwan, then that literally shuts down about half of the US economy.” –Erik Prince

“Geostrategically, there’s a huge issue here [with Afghanistan] about rare earths,” Steve Bannon said on his War Room show Aug. 27. I reported back in July 2021, weeks before the Taliban takeover of all Afghanistan and the disastrous American withdrawal (leaving thousands of Americans and allies behind), on how the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) Foreign Ministry was meeting amicably with a representative from the terrorist Taliban.  I warned, “The murderous CCP and the terrorist Taliban have joined forces.”  Well, as it turns out, being allies with the Taliban has proven lucrative for the CCP, because of how rich Afghanistan is in rare earths, which are essential for “the global economy,” as Bannon said.  China processes most rare earths already, and in combination with Afghanistan this monopoly is a sobering prospect, as Frontier Resource Group’s Erik Prince explained on Bannon’s show.

The electronic device that you’re watching this podcast on requires rare earths.  So your cellphone, your TV, computers, your—the chips in your car, all of that requires rare earths, which don’t come from all over the world,” Prince stated.  “There’s a trillion dollars of value in the ground in Afghanistan, now abandoned to the Taliban and the Chinese Communist Party.”  War Room showed a headline from ZeroHedge saying, “US ‘Heavily Dependent’ On China For Rare Earth Elements: Experts.” No issues there, right? It’s not as if the genocidal CCP has been threatening the US repeatedly. . .

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Catherine Salgado is a columnist for The Rogue Review, a Writer for MRC Free Speech America, and writes her own Substack, Pro Deo et Libertate. She received the Andrew Breitbart MVP award for August 2021 from The Rogue Review for her journalism.

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