On Saturday, China’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Xi and the fake Biden will meet by video link on Tuesday morning Beijing time — Nov. 15 in the US.
Separately on Friday, China’s official People’s Daily slammed what it called US “machinations” to achieve its imperial aims “by stirring up public sentiment through…manipulation of public opinion.”
On the same day, it called the Biden regime’s “Taiwan ploys a dangerous miscalculation” by devious US politicians who unacceptably “encroach on the one-China principle and enrage (its) people.”
Biden regime hardliners are “working hand in glove with Taiwan independence separatist forces with little regard for regional stability.”
What’s going on is “doomed to failure.”
“Colluding with the Taiwan independence separatist forces is like playing with fire, a dangerous game that will eventually burn those who dare to try.”
“Washington’s dangerous political game on the one-China principle poses a huge risk to China-US relations…”
Xi’s virtual meeting with the fake Biden is certain to accomplish nothing positive.
The same goes for whenever US officials meet with counterparts of nations free from hegemon USA’s control.
Despite high-level meetings since undemocratic Dems usurped power, US relations with China and Russia sank to new lows.
Nothing in prospect suggests a softening of Biden regime rage to transform them and other independent countries into US vassal states.
China’s Xi, Vladimir Putin and leaders of other nations on the US target list for regime change know what they’re up against.
They’re under no illusion about possible softening of US geopolitical aims that doesn’t exist.
Commenting on the upcoming virtual summit, White House press secretary Psaki said (the fake Biden) will make clear US intentions and priorities and be clear and candid about our concerns with the PRC (sic).”
According to the NYT, Monday’s summit “could be tense” — blaming China for hostile US actions.
It’s how the self-styled newspaper of record and regime it supports operates with disturbing regularity.
Unnamed Biden regime “officials said they did not expect the meeting to produce announcements of specific agreements between the two countries,” the Times added.
Monday’s meeting will be the third discussion between Xi and the White House imposter.
Dominant US hardliners consider China Washington’s enemy No. One because of its growing prominence on the world stage.
Bilateral relations are much more likely to worsen than improve.
Irreconcilable differences define US relations with all countries free from its control.
While things haven’t crossed the line from saber-rattling to something more serious, the risk of hegemon USA pushing too far remains ominously real.