China Slams Illegal US Meddling in Internal Affairs of Other Countries
“ ‘(E)xpert at interfering in the internal affairs of other countries, (the US) wantonly exercis(es) political power and hegemonism across the world,” China stressed.
Indisputable evidence supports the accusation, including by how it exploits and otherwise harms its own people.
Hegemon USA regards all regions of planet earth as its backyard, waging forever wars by hot and/or other means against nations free from its control.
“The US is the most warlike nation in the history of the world,” said China.
Its culture of violence was ingrained in its body politic from inception.
In the latter half of the 20th century alone, the US initiated or was indirectly involved in the vast majority of world conflicts.
It’s by far the leading weapons proliferator.
Throughout its history, its endless wars slaughtered tens of millions, displacing countless millions more.
It imposes illegal sanctions “to bully other countries,” said China, a strategy causing humanitarian misery in nations like Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Venezuela and elsewhere — while failing to achieve its hegemonic aims against targeted countries.
Double standards reflect longstanding US policy, along with falsely blaming other nations for its own crimes of war, against humanity, and other breaches of international law.
On Wednesday, the Biden regime extended an invented “national emergency with respect to Hong Kong” as part of US sanctions war on China, falsely saying:
Actions by Beijing continue “to pose an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States (sic).”
Contempt for the rule of law and actions by hegemon USA and its imperial partners pose an unparalleled threat to everyone everywhere.
China’s official People’s Daily (PD) minced no words saying “unscrupulous US sanctions over Hong Kong through legislative and administrative means seriously jeopardized China’s sovereignty, security and development interests…”
They “grossly trampled on international law and the basic norms governing international relations.”
Despite systematic US efforts to undermine Hong Kong, it remains an important international financial center.
According to a new Bauhinia Institute survey, 82.6% of its residents called the city more peaceful and secure since since China’s National Security Law was adopted.
Yet hegemon USA “continues to pursue an unscrupulous and paranoid foreign policy,” said PD, adding:
“The outrageous, crazy and vile US acts over Hong Kong are simply despicable.”
Their purpose is “suppressing China” — part of its longstanding policy of illegally meddling in the internal affairs of other countries, wanting to control them as vassal states.
Slamming America’s culture of violence domestically, PD noted that over its three-day July 4 weekend, “at least 233 people were killed and 618 injured by gun violence in more than 500 shootings across the US,” adding:
“How…dare a country with such a bad record label itself as a human rights lecturer and teach others how to behave?”
The arrogance and insolence of its ruling class needs no elaboration.
Separately, PD slammed the Biden regime for “pursuing hegemony and power politics under the banner of multilateralism,” adding:
It “fabricates, hypes (and) politicizes human rights issues” as part of its China bashing agenda.
It’s “attempting to form an anti-China bloc in the international community through a carrot and stick approach.”
Its hegemonic “aim is (all about) suppress(ing) and contain(ing) China,” along with trying to “maintain hegemony over the (entire) world” by brute force and other diabolical means.
Fabricated US claims about human rights in China don’t pass the smell test.
On June 24, a China State Council Information Office white paper, titled “The Communist Party of China and Human Rights Protection — A 100-Year Quest,” presented what Beijing called “a comprehensive and systematic introduction to the philosophy and practice of the CPC in respecting and protecting human rights,” adding:
“China’s human rights development is rooted in its realities and serves its people.”
It “regards the rights to subsistence and development as the primary and basic human rights and believes that living a life of contentment is the ultimate human right.”
In stark contrast to China and other nations free from its hegemonic control, the abysmal human rights of the US, other Western countries, and their imperial partners is well documented.
So are their endless wars on humanity with no signs of ending in prospect.
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”