To tee up the remarks by Chase’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jaime Dimon, a quick snapshot can help paint a picture that shed’s light on his comments provided below made in Davos, Switzerland (CH). At the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos, the new President of Argentina, Javier Milei, read globalists and so-called Marxists in suits the proverbial riot act. Per left-leaning CNN: President Milei said: “if measures are adopted that hinder the free function of markets, free competition, free price systems, if you hinder trade, if you attack private property, the only possible fate is poverty.” Per left-leaning CNBC, Milei said: “Today, I’m here to tell you that the Western world is in danger,” Milei called on business and political leaders at Davos to reject socialism and instead embrace “free enterprise” to bring an end to world poverty.
Meanwhile, Oxfam International released its annual report to coincide with the international meeting of business, nonprofit, political leaders, and media at Davos. Oxfam said in part: “During the pandemic and cost-of-living crisis years since 2020, $26 trillion (63 percent) of all new wealth was captured by the richest 1 percent, while $16 trillion (37 percent) went to the rest of the world put together.” “While ordinary people are making daily sacrifices on essentials like food, the super-rich have outdone even their wildest dreams. Just two years in, this decade is shaping up to be the best yet for billionaires —a roaring ‘20s boom for the world’s richest,” said Gabriela Bucher, Executive Director of Oxfam International.
While the move to more anti-immigration and politically or socially conservative stances is uneven, a few examples will illustrate some of the dynamics. Per left-leaning Bing Copilot, which routinely cites/links its often left-leaning sources, are the following snapshots.
Viktor Orbán is the current Prime Minister of Hungary. He has been in office since May 29, 2010 1. Orbán is the founder of the Fidesz party and has been its president since 2003 2. He was first elected as Prime Minister in 1998 and served until 2002. He was re-elected in 2010, 2014, 2018, and 2022 13.
Giorgia Meloni was sworn in as Italy’s first female Prime Minister on October 22, 2022 12.” “Meloni’s stance on immigration is that it is a threat to Italy’s cultural identity and national security. In terms of economic policies, Meloni has promised to cut taxes and reduce bureaucracy to stimulate economic growth 3.”
Argentina’s Milei is considered to be in a similar mold. Each of these have at times been compared to deposed President Donald J. Trump (R). That noted, in response to inquiries like the one below to Bing Copilot are the following responses.
> “Protests have been taking place in Germany, France, and the Netherlands, among other European countries. Give a more elaborate look at what is occurring in the way of protests and pushback against EU policies.”
There have been several protests in Europe recently, with farmers in Germany, France, and other countries taking to the streets to voice their discontent with new EU measures and soaring costs 123. The farmers are protesting against policies to protect the environment that they say cost too much and are putting their livelihoods at risk 3…”
Yes, the Netherlands is one of the countries where protests have taken place recently. Farmers in the Netherlands have been protesting against new EU measures and soaring costs 1…”
Here in the U.S., several ‘viral’ TikTok videos feature young women and men who are unhappy about their economic realities have been points of discussion by news media, talk radio, and in social media.
Also in the U.S., deposed President Donald J. Trump, despite a series of indictments and attempts to keep him off the ballot in some blue states, won the Iowa caucuses by a reportedly historic margin. Polling in advance of the New Hampshire primary next week indicates he has a double-digit lead over Republican rivals former governor and ambassador Nikki Haley and Gov. Ron DeSantis (R). Even in South Carolina, where Haley was governor, polls show Trump with a wide lead over his rivals. So, while anything is possible in politics, many on the left and right watching the unfolding Republican primaries believe that Trump will be the GOP nominee.
So, perhaps it is no surprise that in a recent speech, Joe Biden has once again ripped Trump and “MAGA” Republicans as a threat. To shed some light on that, consider the following Q&A.
> “Joe Biden recently made another speech in which he denounced so-called MAGA Republicans. Give some quotes and color.”
I found some news articles that mention Joe Biden’s speeches in which he criticized MAGA Republicans. In a speech on January 6, 2024, commemorating the third anniversary of the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, Biden had scathing criticism of his likely 2024 election opponent Donald Trump and the Republicans who follow him. He said, “Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic” 1.
In another speech on September 1, 2022, Biden condemned Donald Trump and his “MAGA Republicans” as he urged the nation to unite against threats to American democracy. He said, “The MAGA Republicans don’t just threaten our personal rights and economic security. They’re a threat to our very democracy. They refuse to accept the will of the people” 2.
In a rare prime-time speech, Biden also mentioned that “the Republican party today is dominated, driven, and intimidated by Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans and that is a threat to this country” 2…”
> “Who is representing the U.S. and Biden at Davos?”
President Joe Biden is not attending the World Economic Forum in Davos this year. Instead, he has sent a delegation…to Switzerland, where politicians, business leaders, and other notable public figures are meeting to discuss global challenges. The delegation includes FBI Director Christopher Wray, climate envoy John Kerry, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, Trade Representative Katherine Tai, U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Samantha Power, and Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines 12…”
> “Is John Kerry going to be part of Biden’s re-election team?”
Also at Davos, there is talk about the ‘need’ for more censorship of ‘misinformation’ which can mean whatever those who don’t like some view want it to mean. That thirst for more throttling, censoring, deplatforming, and so on are presumably to keep the rising dissent among the public as marginal as the powers that be think is possible. Recall that here in the U.S., there have been several revelations of government officials funding and colluding with big tech platforms in an effort to censor speech which has been labeled as ‘disinformation.’
While the push back against big government policies that are apparently harming their citizens in various countries is hardly uniform, the type of discontent that is growing in the U.S. is clearly also found in other nations too. Note that the data from Oxfam helps shed light on that rising discontent in the U.S. and abroad.
So, with these points in mind, there is also an apparent interest from WEF organizers to ‘hear from’ people on the center-right, like Milei and Dr. Kevin Roberts.
Apparently the powers that be seem to think that Trump could well be returned to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave by voters, despite what has been called ‘election interference’ in the form of dubious charges against him when evidence of purported corruption against Biden and his family mounts in House investigations. Per House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (KY-R): “Biden’s Pattern of Lies, Corruption, and Obstruction Demand Action from Congress.” They have uncovered evidence of payments from foreign sources, including those with ties to the Communist Chinese, to Hunter as well as Joe Biden.
With those thoughts in mind, Chase CEO Dimon’s remarks are placed in a reasonable context.
Part I is a report by Joe Kovacs from the WND News Center to MHProNews on Dimon’s remarks, complete with video.
Part II is additional information with more MHProNews analysis and commentary.
Part III is our signature Daily Business News on MHProNews macro- and manufactured home-industry connected equities and some related headlines that span the left-right media divide.
‘He wasn’t wrong’: Powerful ‘bankster’ praises Trump among Davos elites
‘Last week Donald was the anti-Christ. Now he’s warm and cuddly’
By Joe Kovacs
Published January 17, 2024 at 7:20pm
What a difference a blowout caucus win makes.
After President Donald Trump was hammered for months by so-called experts in the financial and political world, one prominent voice is suddenly coming to his defense in the wake of Trump’s crushing of his Republican opponents in Iowa Monday night.
Appearing Wednesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon heaped praise on the former president’s record, while warning Democrats to be “more respectful” of Trump backers, saying Joe Biden’s reelection bid hangs in the balance.
“I wish the Democrats would think a little more carefully when they talk about MAGA [Make America Great Again],” Dimon said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”
“I think this negative talk about MAGA is going to hurt Biden’s election campaign,” Dimon said.
He explained using the phrase “MAGA” incorrectly ties supporters of Trump to the former commander in chief’s personality and character.
Democrats “are basically scapegoating them, [saying] that you are like him,” Dimon said. “I don’t think they’re voting for Trump because of his family values.”
CNBC noted Dimon “has donated to Democratic candidates but previously described himself as ‘barely a Democrat.'”
Just two months ago, Dimon was praising Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley, the former United Nations Ambassador in the Trump administration, who finished third in Iowa this week behind Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon: Americans are voting for President Trump because he was right on NATO, Immigration, the Economy, Tax Reform, and China. pic.twitter.com/kdqbH0LLyb
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) January 17, 2024
Dimon on Wednesday also credited Trump for several of his key policy successes.
“Take a step back, be honest. He was kind of right about NATO, kind of right on immigration. He grew the economy quite well. Trade tax reform worked. He was right about some of China.”
“He wasn’t wrong about some of these critical issues, and that’s why they voted for him,” Dimon said.
Regarding which candidate would benefit business more, Dimon indicated: “I have to be prepared for both. I will be prepared for both. We will deal with both.”
“And I hope whoever it is will be respectful of other people,” he added.
Comments online regarding Dimon’s remarks include:
“Last week Donald Trump was the anti-Christ. Now he’s warm and cuddly.”
“Reports have swirled that Dimon is a potential candidate for becoming head of Treasury if Trump were to be elected. Interesting the Trump team is posting this.”
“Beware of anyone a bankster likes. 🐉⚡️”
“Well, that’ll be the last time they [i.e. CNBC] ever have him on [since] he didn’t say anything they wanted him to say.” ##
Part II – Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary
Here are some of the videos that have been the subject of discussion by pundits. They reflect frustration with a bleaker future for these 20 somethings than their parents had. The point here isn’t that they are ‘spot on,’ but rather that these remarks are apparent reflections of how they feel.
@chailynt The world isnt what it was when you were starting out, instead of dogging us for not wanting to work our lives away, take your position and experience to make a change for a better life for your children. You’ve had 20 years to experience life and in that time have also completely obliterated any chance for us to even start to have one. – – – And maybe i just work at walmart, but i should still be able to pay my bills with a full time job. – – – – #fyp #foryou #trend #viral #news #genz #9to5 ♬ original sound – chailyn
@jourdskirI just want to know if any other single millenials are in the same boat as me or if im the huge problem.♬ original sound – jourdan.skirha
Recall the viral Rich Men North of Richmond? ICYMI, or need a refresher, the report below has two versions of that, which include how people listening to the song in many cases wept as they listened and nodded in agreement.
Congressman Jim Jordan (OH-R) says he has documents that reveal that the U.S. Treasury Department has asked banks to snoop through customers’ transactions for signs of “extremism,” such as purchases of “small arms” or Bibles. They have also, says right-leaning Breitbart, asked banks to search for transactions that use the term MAGA and Trump. This Q&A provides some added insights.
> “Congressman Jim Jordan (OH-R) says he has documents that reveal that the U.S. Treasury Department has asked banks to snoop through customers’ transactions for signs of “extremism,” such as purchases of “small arms” or Bibles. Provide some insight, context, and color.”
According to a recent article by the House Judiciary Committee Republicans, the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Stakeholder Integration and Engagement in the Strategic Operations of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) distributed materials to financial institutions that outlined “typologies” of “various persons of interest” and provided the banks with “suggested search terms and Merchant Category Codes for identifying transactions on behalf of federal law enforcement.”123
That noted, a picture is emerging of the public in the U.S. growing weary of what Biden himself has called Bidenomics. Some 70 percent (+/-) of the public believes that the country is on the ‘wrong track.’ Some 70 percent (+/-) believe that the system in the U.S. is rigged in favor of the wealthy. That last statistic has been true for several years, long before Biden or Trump took office. Indeed, one of the reasons that Trump was elected is because millions believed that Trump would challenge the rigged system. It has also been well documented that while both major parties are influenced by billionaires and corporate donations, the Democratic Party per sources that span the left-center-right divides has become the favored tool for crony capitalists. People seem to be drifting from the Democratic party to more self-described Independents, which has now become the largest group.
To the point of the concerns of Dimon and others at Davos that Trump might win election in 2024, note that in the new research by Gallup above, with more people self-identifying as either Republican or Republican-leaning independents, the reasons for that make sense. While the report below mentions the Iowa caucuses, the focus of the report is on the second part of the headline. It goes into evidence, that includes campaign donations and sources that demonstrate that the Democratic Party has become the ‘party of the elites.’ Yuval Levin’s and others cited in that report indicate why Chase’s Dimon – and others at Davos – are concerned that Trump could win and they don’t want to alienate the “MAGA” base, as Joe Biden has been doing through anti-MAGA remarks that Copilot is correct in saying have occurred on multiple occasions.
Former political candidate and U.S. Secret Service agent Dan Bongino has been stressing in his popular talk radio show that Trump, who he admits to knowing personally and supporting, is “transactional.” He said that he is not going to fit the typical stereotypical conservative candidate. Perhaps somewhat for effect, Bongino says that Democratic policies are contributing to the cause of the nation’s ills. Bongino says Republicans are not always the solution, but they are better than the Democrats. Bongino urges his listeners not to fall in love with a candidate, he says that people should view candidates in a transactional way too. What will the candidate do for (or against) you and your interests?
To oversimply for clarity, consider the following.
- Businesses operate in a political and regulatory environment.
- Employees and contractors work for companies that operate in a political and regulatory environment.
- There is a need for not only for at least basic awareness, but also a need for voting for your own interests.
MHProNews kicked off 2024 with a special report that we have and will reference many times that provides readers with a well-researched report that explains much about media bias. It uses actual journalists and people who study journalism talking about big media and big tech. MHProNews obtained a full-length version of the acclaimed Shadows of Liberty, about 90 minutes of viewing. Unlike the edited version (about an hour, still good, but more left-leaning in its bias), the full-length version of Shadows of Liberty does a good job of revealing insights that are arguably embarrassing to the legacies of politicians from both major political parties. The video also has what may be, per Copilot, the best annotated and edited transcript of the full-length version of the video.
The vast majority of the public has been harmed by the post-COVID19 “inflation.” The Oxfam report, mentioned above, illustrates that point. A leading Democrat, South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn said on left-leaning MSNBC before the 2022 midterm election that shifted the House from Democratic into a slim Republican majority hands, that his party knew that their policies would cause inflation. While Clyburn defended those policies, the point is that he admitted that they knew what they were doing, and they choose to cause inflation anyway.
To the point made by left-leaning Oxfam, those policies have put more people in the U.S. into poverty.
With respect to the housing market, inflation has caused interest rates as well as prices to rise. While interest rates have dropped some since their high, housing is still considered to be less affordable now than it was 3 years ago under Trump’s term in office. While the report below was written a few weeks ago when interest rates were higher, the principle and its impact on the housing market – including manufactured housing – still stands.
Far more expensive conventional housing is outperforming far more affordable manufactured housing.
When asked to respond to concerns about apparent corruption and ineffectiveness at their own claimed agenda to ‘grow’ the industry – when manufactured home production is obviously declining – Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) leaders are silent.
It is about 4,203 miles from Washington, D.C. to Davos, CH, according to Google.
That same source says it is 5,819 miles from Phoenix, AZ to Davos.
It is 4,506 miles from Chicago, IL to Davos, per Bing.
That same source stated that it is 4,630 miles from Knoxville, TN to Davos. Maryville is a suburb of Knoxville.
From Seattle, WA to Davos is 5,311 miles. William “Bill” Gates III “owns an estate located in on Lake Washington in Medina Washington just outside of Seattle,” explained Bing. “In 2023, there were more than 2,000 delegates,” said well-connected McKinsey. Gates is a regular at the WEF and Davos.
From Omaha to Davos is 4,847. Omaha is headquarters for Warren Buffett led Berkshire Hathaway (BRK). Arlington, VA is across the Potomoc from D.C. and is the home town of the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI). Knoxville is the location of 21st Mortgage Corporation, subsidiary of Berkshire and sister company to Maryville based Clayton Homes. Several MHI brands are headquartered in or near Chicago, including Equity LifeStyle Properties (ELS). Phoenix is where the offices of Cavco Industries.
According to the financial news site Benzinga on 12.20.2023 – a month ago – the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has received a complaint: “…concerning Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK) (NYSE:BRK). The complaint follows the arrest of a shareholder who raised questions about CEO Warren Buffett’s affiliations with Bill Gates and Jeffrey Epstein during a shareholder meeting.
What Happened: The chairman of the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC), , was arrested after he questioned Buffett’s financial backing of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Gates’ connections with Epstein, reported The Daily Signal. Despite being registered as an attendee, Omaha police charged Flaherty with criminal trespass, which led to his detention for approximately three hours.”
MHProNews covered that topic on two different occasions, which was a virtual news blackout by others who cover manufactured housing. The NLPC complaint with the IRS is reported below and the complaint is linked here.
Perhaps 100 million Americans or more or less understand that what happens in Washington, D.C. impacts their lives in business via laws, tax, regulatory, or other policies.
Perhaps far fewer clearly grasp that what happens in Davos or Beijing impacts them too.
So-called globalization has been an issue for decades. Some would say it began to be so around the time of the Second World War (WWII).
The U.S. supposedly “won” the Cold War, when the former Soviet Union disbanded and the U.S. briefly stood as what was problematically described by some as the sole superpower. Though the Soviet Union and their brand of Communism dissolved on December 26, 1991 (per left-leaning Wikipedia), the U.S. military-industrial-spy complex rolled on. There might have been a peace dividend. Per Investopedia, the formal U.S. national debt in 1991 was $3.665 trillion dollars. According to the U.S. Debt Clock, on this date the national debt stands at 34.048 billion and is rising at the rate of $45.486 per second1. That is growing by approximately $3,936,422.40 per day. What happens in Washington, D.C. obviously matters, because taxpayers like you and we pay those taxes.
In 1991, China was hardly the threat it is today, as a planned report will reflect. Per Visual Capitalist, merchandise exports by the years shown help tell the tale.
Year UK Germany U.S. Japan China Rest of the World
Russia isn’t reflected in that graphic, but they have exports that are often noted for oil and gas. Russia still has one of the top two nuclear powers in the world. They have one of the top three militaries in the world. Building up Communist China was made possible beginning with the policies of President Richard M. Nixon (R). Nixon’s Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger recently died. Kissinger was reportedly considered by Beijing to be a ‘friend’ in the U.S.
An acceleration of China’s economy as measured by exports occurred during the administration of President William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton (D). Clinton proclaimed that the era of big government is over. That obviously wasn’t true. Clinton called himself a new kind of Democrat. That may have been true in the sense that Democrats increasingly became cozy with big business interests. U.S. and western investments into China continued during the President George W. Bush (R) years. They continued to grow under the Obama-Biden (D) years. What some call the Uniparty is perhaps more precisely the impact of the funding by the wealthy ‘donor class’ on Democrats and Republicans. Republicans were perhaps more the beneficiaries of those donations during periods in the 20th century, but in the 21st century, that has increasingly tilted toward Democrats. The hard data and sources are found in the report linked below.
A panelist on left-leaning CNBC called it ‘surreal’ when he was reporting on the meeting of U.S. business leaders with China’s strongman Xi Jinping. While his remark was apt, perhaps that fellow wasn’t paying close attention? Democrats once denounced – correctly – shipping jobs off from the U.S. to China even earlier in the 21st century. Now, perhaps due to the influence of the donor class or “Establishment” on politicians and regulators.
Some of those same people at that meeting in San Fransico last year were also at Davos.
If most Americans feel too detached from what is occurring in Washington, D.C. how much less able will the everyday American of whatever background be able to influence leaders in Davos or Bejing?
With those thoughts in mind, Dimon spoke about Trump. “Take a step back, be honest. He was kind of right about NATO, kind of right on immigration. He grew the economy quite well. Trade tax reform worked. He was right about some of China.” “He [Trump] wasn’t wrong about some of these critical issues, and that’s why they voted for him,” Dimon said.
It isn’t that Dimon is now a Trump fan. Dimon is perhaps paltering and pivoting because he is to some extent transactional. What was likely to happen under Biden was largely predictable, and MHProNews so reported during the 2020 campaign. Go back to articles on MHProNews in 2020 about Trump vs. Biden and see how those articles have stood the test of time.
Democrats, including Biden, have accused Trump of doing and being things that some of those same Democrats are guilty of doing themselves. They are projecting onto Trump what they have done and are doing. Biden apparently was fostering chaos on the border, on skyrocketing debt, in the failure of the withdrawal from Afghanistan, in failure to stop Russia from invading Ukraine, in growing evidence of cronyism and pay-for-play corruption through his son Hunter and other Bidens. Censorship has grown under Biden. Democratic party nominee candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was targeted by the Biden regime for censoring and throttling by big tech much the way conservatives were. It isn’t that the party labels don’t matter, they do. What matters more is who is funding a campaign or candidate and for what reasons. Follow the money trail.
Kennedy is arguably wrong on several things, but he is correct when he says that a new nexus of crony capitalists and big government are fueling a new feudalism. The start of a police state, says Dan Bongino and others, is underway. That’s an interesting observation, because billionaire Nick Hanauer told left-leaning Politico and the TedX talks that radical income inequality leads to either a political revolt or a police state.
In response to an inquiry, Bing Copilot said this.
Yes, Nick Hanauer was present at the World Economic Forum in Davos. In fact, he was one of the attendees who called for higher taxes on the wealthy to tackle the cost of living crisis by pushing up taxes for people like them 1. Hanauer is a US entrepreneur and early investor in online giant Amazon 12. He has been vocal about the issue of wealth inequality and has called it a moral failure 3.”
> “Sequentially do the following. Define paltering. Define posturing. Define true lies. Define deception and misdirection.”
In response to another inquiry, Copilot said this.
Regarding your question about intact Black families, data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that the percentage of Black children living in single-parent homes has increased over the years. In 1960, 22% of Black children lived in single-parent homes, while in 2015, that number had risen to 66% 3.”
> “Pardon me Bing, but here is the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXA–dj2-CY please review and revise your response.”
I apologize for the confusion in my previous response. I reviewed the video you provided and I must correct my previous statement. In the video, Joe Biden is seen speaking at a Council on Foreign Relations event in 2018. During his speech, he discusses his efforts to get the Ukrainian prosecutor general at the time, Viktor Shokin, fired. He says that he threatened to withhold $1 billion in loan guarantees from Ukraine unless they fired Shokin, who was widely seen as corrupt. Biden’s efforts were part of a broader push by the U.S. government and other international organizations to fight corruption in Ukraine 1.
Regarding your question about projection, I provided the definition of projection as a psychological defense mechanism in which individuals attribute their own unacceptable or unwanted thoughts, feelings, or behaviors onto others. It is a way of avoiding anxiety and preserving one’s self-esteem by denying the existence of one’s own flaws and projecting them onto others 23…”
IMHO and FWIW, projecting doesn’t require a feeling of guilt, it can be done by entirely amoral people who are simply attempting to mislead their audience and followers. The ironies in what has been occurring in the Biden years are many. Among them is that Trump was impeached for a phone call to Volodymyr Zelensky, when it was Biden who in 2018 said the following of his own free will and volition. It is only information dominance by the left and their corporate allies that allows such blatant hypocrisy to exist as long as it does.
We are living in a troubling era of big lies that have been repeated so often that falsehoods are accepted as true. The purpose of the big lies are often rather simple, it keeps people on both sides of the left-right political divide battling each other instead of focusing on the billionaire and corporate donor class – the Establishment and the big media and big tech that they own – that has manipulated the masses. Per years of surveys, some 70 percent of the country believe that the system is rigged. Manufactured housing is almost a plaything for the billionaires and the corporate class, who certainly have the clout to advance the industry if they wanted to do so. But the apparently don’t have that desire, at least not at this time. Those who think the system is rigged are arguably often correct. The good news? At times the system works, someone is arrested and convicted. To learn more, see the related reports. ##
Part III – is our Daily Business News on MHProNews stock market recap which features our business-daily at-a-glance update of over 2 dozen manufactured housing industry stocks.
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