Respectfully, I have given you plenty of sources far superior to your own. Most of your data is taken from sources are backward looking or that have a profit motive. I apears you have an inability to face a challenge in your thinking. Most of the data and sources you quote are so conventional it is destined to be wrong, I am afraid. Specifically, to counter your argument against my claim that global demand is falling, so then explain these current trends?
All in yearly percentages, as of 6-15-2015:
Baltic Dry Index -25.45%
China GDP -6.66%
Crude Oil -40.88
Steel - 65.43%
Why is that? Demand is falling, debt levels are high, excess capacity, and finally the inability of central banks to push on a string any longer.