Biden Regime Imperial Arrogance
Monday Sino/US talks in Tianjin went as expected — at a time of hardening Biden regime cold war on China.
Commenting on dismal Sino/US relations, China’s Global Times said the following:
Beijing is “fed up with the bossy US…”
Its ruling authorities “hold no…illusion that China and the US would substantially improve ties in the foreseeable future.”
“In the face of malicious China containment and confrontational policy adopted by the (Trump and Biden regimes), Chinese society…unconditionally support(s) whatever tough counterattacks (Beijing may) launch in the face of US-initiated conflicts…”
“The US should abandon forever the idea of changing China’s system and policies through sanctions, containment and intimidation.”
“China will continue to advance and become unstoppable. “
On Monday, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the following about Sino/US talks:
Chinese officials “expressed strong dissatisfaction with the US side over its wrong words and deeds on…Taiwan, Xinjiang, Hong Kong and the South China Sea…”
They “urg(ed) the US side to immediately stop interfering in China’s internal affairs, stop damaging the interests of China, stop crossing the red lines and playing with fire…”
“We urge the US to never underestimate the strong resolution, determination and capability of the 1.4 billion Chinese people to safeguard national sovereignty, security and development interests.”
Harmful to China’s interests by the US “won’t work.”
Foreign Minister Wang Yi denounced US “arrogance and prejudice.”
Interventionist Blinken’s mouthpiece Price said the following about Sino/US talks:
“(W)e do not seek conflict with the PRC (sic)” — while pushing things towards what’s unthinkable.
What Price called “PRC actions that run counter to our values and interests” are all wanting China and other nations free from US control transformed into vassal states.
What he called Washington’s (extrajudicial) “rules-based order” flies in the face of the UN Charter and other international law — what both right wings of the US war party long ago abandoned.
He once again recited a Biden regime litany of bald-faced Big Lies about China — citing no evidence like always before because there is none.
Commenting on Monday talks, the NYT repeated US Big Lies about China in its propaganda report based on Biden regime-supplied talking points.
WaPo defied reality, falsely claiming that Biden regime hardliners “s(eek) to return the relationship to a calmer footing (sic)” — while hardening its predecessor’s maximum pressure that risks direct confrontation.
According to the Wall Street Journal last week, Biden regime “policy (toward) China…borrows from Trump and adds allies to raise pressure.”
China’s President Xi Jinping earlier slammed US “bossing (of) other” nations, denouncing its hegemonic aims.
Calling China’s rise unstoppable, he warned that efforts to undermine its development will hit a “Great Wall of Steel,” adding:
“The Chinese people will never allow foreign forces to bully, oppress or enslave us.”
“We’ll never accept insufferably arrogant lecturing from those master teachers” — leaving no doubt about which country he referred to.
Since usurping power by election rigging, Biden regime hardliners pushed relations with China and Russia to new lows in modern times — increasing the chance of direct confrontation.
My two Wall Street books are timely reading:
“How Wall Street Fleeces America: Privatized Banking, Government Collusion, and Class War”
“Banker Occupation: Waging Financial War on Humanity”