For dominant US hardliners — notably post-9/11 — summits with leaders of nations free from their control are exercises in mass-deception.
Putin’s meeting with Biden’s double in Geneva last June accomplished nothing toward improving bilateral relations.
Just the opposite occurred since undemocratic Dems usurped power to the present day.
Bilateral relations are more dismal than ever. They’ll most likely worsen further ahead.
Will Xi Jinping be more successful in dealing with an illegitimate head of a regime at war on humanity at home and abroad — nonbelligerent/nonthreatening China considered its Enemy No. One?
Chances of softening US hostility against any nation free from its control is virtually nil — especially one as prominent on the world stage as China.
On Wednesday, member of the Political Bureau of the CPC’s Central Committee and Director of China’s Office of its Commission for Foreign Affairs Yang Jiechi met with the Biden regime’s national security council advisor Jake Sullivan in Zurich.
Positive remarks in their post-meeting press releases concealed dismal bilateral relations with nothing in prospect suggesting positive change ahead.
Like Moscow, Beijing understands that actions alone matter, not talks — especially with hegemon USA.
Time and again throughout its history, its officials said one thing, then went another way entirely.
Rare exceptions proved the rule.
On all things China, Russia and other nations free from US control, regime change is Washington’s top priority by whatever it takes to achieve its diabolical aims.
Forever wars by hot and/or other means are its favored strategies.
Irreconcilable differences define Sino/US relations, Washington fully to blame.
During Wednesday’s talks in Zurich, Yang and Sullivan discussed a virtual meeting between Xi and Biden’s impersonator before yearend.
Whether held or not, dismal bilateral relations are highly unlikely to change — because of China’s increasing prominence on the world stage in stark contrast to US decline.
A White House readout of Sullivan’s meeting with Yang said the following:
Both officials “discussed the importance of maintaining open lines of communication,” adding:
Sullivan also said that the US and China “have an interest in working together to address vital transnational challenges, and ways to manage risks in our relationship.”
At the same time, he stuck to the US fabricated official narrative “related to human rights, Xinjiang, Hong Kong, the South China Sea, and Taiwan.”
He also showed no change in Biden regime policy to challenge China politically, economically and militarily.
The latter hasn’t crossed the line so far from saber-rattling in the Indo/Pacific to something more serious.
While military confrontation is highly unlikely, US war on China by other means could shift to something hot by accident or design because of Washington’s rage to dominate other countries unchallenged.
Sullivan’s characterization of Sino/US relations as “competitive” conceals Washington’s aim to undermine Beijing politically, economically, technologically and militarily.
Washington wants China contained and isolated to dominate a part of the world where it doesn’t belong.
On Tuesday after speaking with Japanese PM Fumio Kishida, the fake Biden (reading from scripted lines) vowed to defend East China Sea islands Beijing calls Diaoyu Dao that in Japan are known as Senkaku.
A White House readout called for “strengthening” US relations with Japan for what it called “a free and open Indo-Pacific region” — dominated by hegemon USA left unexplained.
Biden regime hardliners have gone all-out for regional nations to ally with US war on China by other means, a policy that gained little or no traction because of important economic and trade relations between Indo/Pacific countries and Beijing.
On October 4, State Department spokesman Price falsely accused China’s PRC of “provocative…destabilizing military activity near Taiwan,” adding:
Washington’s “commitment (to what China considers a breakaway province) is rock solid.”
It’s policy destabilizes East Asia, notably by arming Taiwan, sending high-level officials to its capital and sailing warships through the Taiwan Strait close to Chinese waters.
The Trump and Biden regimes breached the 1979 US Taiwan Relations Act that followed Richard Nixon’s recognition of a one-China policy between the mainland and Taiwan in 1972.
On Monday, China’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying stressed the following in response to unacceptable US remarks on Taiwan, saying:
“Taiwan belongs to China and the US is in no position to make irresponsible remarks.”
“The relevant remarks by the US side seriously violate the one-China principle and the stipulations of the three China-US joint communiqués and send an extremely wrong and irresponsible signal.”
“For quite some time, the US has been making negative moves by selling arms to Taiwan and strengthening official and military ties with (its officials), including the launch of a $750 million arms sale plan to Taiwan, the landing of US military aircraft in Taiwan and frequent sailing of US warships across the Taiwan Strait.”
“These provocative moves undermine China-US relations and regional peace and stability.”
“China is firmly opposed to them and has taken necessary countermeasures.”
“The one-China principle is the political foundation of China-US relations.”
“Taiwan independence leads nowhere. China will take all necessary measures to crush attempts at (its) independence.”
“China has firm resolve and will to safeguard national sovereignty and territorial integrity.”
A Final Comment
According to US media reports, the Biden regime and China agreed “in principle” for JB’s impersonator to meet with President Xi Jinping virtually before yearend, citing an unnamed White House official.
Separately, Biden regime trade representative Katherine Tai said (unacceptable) tariffs imposed by Trump remain in place.
Other hostile US actions may follow.
All of the above shows no change in US war on China by other means.
If a virtual summit between Xi and Biden’s double takes place, no softening of hardline US policies toward China will follow.