Now you are catching on Ozzie. Suddenly Trump says "currency manipulator" and those with TDS say "wait a minute, isn't that what the US is?". Yes, yes it is. In fact the past 24 hours was rife with currency manipulation in various countries. And perhaps in the coming days some people will start to clue in on how the world really works.
And that will bring forward understanding on the fallacies of fair trade when currencies are manipulated, how being a reserve currency is screwing over some people, how the fiat currency scam works, what sound money would do for real trade, and how tariffs work when currencies are manipulated. And people might even start to understand the bogus statements of "we must have unrestricted tariff free trading because we are one happy global family". Yes, until you understand that currencies are manipulated and controlled around the globe by a central authority and made possible by the fiat currency scheme.
Yes, the US is indeed a currency manipulator. So is every country. Now you just need to look at WHO actually does the currency manipulation. I will give a hint. It's the independent central bank of each country which is coordinated via the BIS. Let me guess, people think the currency of the largest countries is actually effected by guys sitting in their office wanting to make a buck or two betting on if a country is making a policy mistake. Ummm, no. It takes alot more than all the private investors on the planet being on the same side of the boat on any given news item to move a currency. In fact, the central banks specifically state their job is to manipulate the currency. And guess what. The CBs even state they can only function as fully independent from government meaning the citizens and their representatives have no say in those decisions.
But let's not go that far because the teeeveee never mentions these things.
There are far bigger things at play here. But yeah, I can't sell my grain so it's the end of the world. Our grandparents and their parents had to deal with conflict that meant relations were never coming home. But I can't sell my grain.