No Change in US Hostility Toward China Following Summit Meeting

On Monday, China’s Xi Jinping held a virtual summit with the imposter in the White House, masquerading as detached-from-reality dementia-Joe.

Lofty rhetoric about pursuing cooperative relations, peaceful coexistence and complying with international obligations according to the rule of law was meaningless mumbo jumbo never observed by hegemon USA in dealings with other nations — notably not with ones free from its control.

Both right wings of the US war party consider China Enemy No. One because of its rising prominence on the world stage.

Monday talks changed nothing.

After the White House imposter met with Vladimir Putin last June in Geneva, the fake JB deceptively said the following:

Russia and the US “share a unique responsibility to manage the relationship between two powerful and proud countries,” adding: 

“A relationship that has to be stable and predictable, and we should be able to cooperate where it’s in our mutual interest and where we have differences I wanted President Putin understand why I say what I say and why I do what I do and how we’ll respond to specific kinds of actions that harm America’s interest (sic).”

US policy toward Russia and other independent countries reflects confrontation over cooperation.

The so-called “American interest” prioritizes the transformation of these nations into subservient US vassal states by whatever it takes to achieve its imperial aims.

Biden regime hardliners are at war on humanity at home and abroad.

China tops the US list for regime change.

Chances for improved relations are virtually nil.

Following the fake Biden’s summit with Putin last June, Russian/US relations sank to a new post-WW II low.

Sino/US relations are highly likely to follow a similar pattern.

Hegemony is as hegemony does. 

Changing Washington’s wicked ways is off the table — especially with the most recklessly ruthless regime in US history empowered.

Xi saying the following fell on deaf ears in Washington:

“As the world’s two largest economies and permanent members of the UN Security Council, China and the US need to increase communication and cooperation, each run their domestic affairs well and, at the same time, shoulder their share of international responsibilities, and work together to advance the noble cause of world peace and development.”

He also said that “a sound and steady China-US relationship is required for advancing the two countries’ respective development and for safeguarding a peaceful and stable international environment…”

Reality is worlds apart from Xi’s vision for bilateral relations, what he and other Chinese officials know well.

A state of undeclared war by hot and/or other means exists against all US invented enemies.

Since undemocratic Dems usurped power by brazen election fraud, the fake Biden spoke to Xi twice by video link — in February and September.

Their exchange of views did nothing to soften US hostility toward China. 

Just the opposite followed, more of the same highly likely ahead.

According to professor of US studies at China Foreign Affairs University Li Haidong:

Sino/US “(c)ooperation (is) difficult (because Washington) keeps stirring up trouble…and does not stop infringing on China’s rights and interests.”

China Institute of International Studies’ Ruan Zongze said confrontational US actions against China reflects its Cold War mentality.

Beijing “calmly stood against Washington’s suppression and t(ook) resolute measures in response.”

Chances that the US side will “adjust its China policy and engage…through dialogue and communication” for improved relations is wishful thinking with no prospect for fulfillment.

It’s off the table in Washington to improve bilateral relations following Monday’s summit, Ruan stressed.

Things ahead are fraught with uncertainty and risk of greater confrontation than already.

International Relations Professor Shi Yinhong said there’s no sign of ending heightened Sino/US tensions.

Obama, Trump, the real JB as vice president and fake one interfaced with Xi many times. 

Nothing positive followed discussions. The same thing is virtually baked in the cake ahead.

On Tuesday, China’s official People’s Daily (PD) said the following:

Washington “go(es) out of its way to control public information in the service of its warlike goals…”

It “do(es) its utmost to conceal its true intentions to initiate a state of war, making use of misleading propaganda to portray itself as “a force for justice and peace.”

On summit day Monday, PD slammed the self-styled “chief justice of the world” manufacturer of confrontation with one country after another over pursuit of cooperative relations according to the rule of law.

There’s virtually no prospect of a policy change in relations with nations free from hegemonic USA’s control — notably not with China, Russia and Iran.

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