Hegemon USA’s reckless domestic and geopolitical policies push it toward decline and fall on the world stage by pursuing a dynamic similar to what doomed earlier empires – notably its:
ruinous military Keynesianism,
forever wars on invented enemies, including on its own people,
fantasy democracy, the real thing banned,
growing homeland tyranny,
serving privileged interests exclusively at the expense of the general welfare, and
its hard-wired unwillingness to change.
Given its long ago fall from grace — especially post-the 9/11 mother of all state-sponsored false flags to that time — mostly since prioritizing mass-extermination and elimination of what remains of free and open societies at home and abroad since last year.
Daily events reveal the ugly truth about a nation hostile to virtually everything that just societies hold most dear.
Its wars by hot and/or other means on invented enemies free from its control risks global war 3.0, notably against China, Russia and Iran — nonbelligerent nations threatening no one.
The latest shoe to drop against China was Wednesday’s near-unanimous House passage of the so-called Uyhgur Forced Labor Prevention Act in a nation where the practice does not exist.
So as part of its war on China by other means, the US House invented where the Senate went last July by voice vote.
A separate US Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2020 calls for government agencies to report on alleged human rights abuses by Beijing against Xinjiang Muslims.
If unable to find any, make no mistake. They’ll be invented in similar fashion to how hegemon USA demonizes all nations free from its control.
Dominant US hardliners falsely accused China of genocide against Uyghurs and other Muslims despite no corroborating evidence suggesting what doesn’t exist.
The House passed measure on Wednesday bans US imports from Xinjiang, falsely claiming that goods in the region are in part or entirely produced by forced labor.
No corroborating evidence is cited because there is none.
Separately on Wednesday, the House passed two anti-China resolutions.
One falsely accused China of genocide in Xinjiang.
A second one dubiously claimed that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) helped Beijing cover up sexual assault allegations against former vice-premier Zhang Gaoli.
Resolution of differences between the House and Senate bills must precede sending the latest anti-China measure to the White House for adoption.
On Wednesday, Biden regime press secretary Psaki said the White House imposter “welcomes the agreement by Congress on the bipartisan Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act,” adding:
“We agree with Congress that action can and must be taken to hold the People’s Republic of China accountable for genocide (sic) and human rights abuses (sic) and to address forced labor (sic) in Xinjiang.”
The above reflects longstanding US practices at home and abroad, what Psaki and congressional leaders conveniently ignored.
New US anti-China legislation will likely be enacted in early 2022 — along with likely escalated Biden regime war on ordinary Americans and their world community counterparts with unparalleled genocide and abolition of freedoms in mind.
A Final Comment
On Monday, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin slammed US imperial arrogance, notably illegally imposed sanctions on the country’s entities and individuals, saying:
“Based on lies and disinformation, the US once again imposed sanctions on relevant Chinese individuals and entities by citing so-called human rights issues in Xinjiang.”
“This act seriously interferes in China’s internal affairs, gravely violates basic norms governing international relations and seriously damages China-US relations.”
“China firmly opposes and strongly condemns this.”
“Xinjiang-related affairs are purely China’s internal affairs.”
“Xinjiang’s development achievements are there for all to see, and China’s policy on Xinjiang has won widespread support.”
“The US has no right or qualification to point fingers or interfere arbitrarily.”
“(S)o-called sanctions by the US fully expose its sinister intention of using Xinjiang to contain China and the hypocritical nature of its pursuit of hegemony in the name of democracy and human rights.”
“The US should know that the Chinese government is firmly committed to safeguarding national sovereignty, security and development interests, cracking down on violent, terrorist, separatist and religious extremist forces, and opposing any external interference in Xinjiang affairs and China’s other internal affairs.”
“The retrogressive acts of the US will not undermine the overall development of Xinjiang, stop China’s progress, or reverse the development of history.”
If hegemon USA “insists on having its way, China will take strong countermeasures in response.”