Biden plays down human rights and talks of climate change with communist dictator Xi Jinping
Category: Op/EdBy: vic-eldred • 3 weeks ago • 128 comments
It's all clear now. Our leader, Joe Biden met with Xi Jinping and looked into his eyes and got the assurance that we all needed:
"I absolutely believe there's need not be a new Cold War," Biden said. "I've met many times with Xi Jinping and we were candid and clear with one another across the board. And I do not think there's any imminent attempt on the part of China to invade Taiwan."
Human rights were not mentioned. Biden feels that the US and China should work together on “climate changes” and “food insecurity.” Biden says both sides agreed and the details will be worked out by the appropriate people.
Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post reported that the White House had denied that Xi and Biden would release a joint statement after their conversation.
There is simply no need for it. Biden went to china, sat down with Xi and is now assured that China will not invade Taiwan. It was only a month ago that Xi was granted an extension of his term by the Communist Party Congress. Notable at that event was China's former president Hu Jintao being violently dragged out of Great Hall of the People. Hu hasn'y been seen since. Biden congradulated Xi on his "reelection."
"You were kind enough to call me to congratulate me, and I congratulate you as well."
What was missing from the discussion was any mention by Xi of climate change or the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, which began in Wuhan, China, in 2019. There is now mounting evidence by the U.S. State Department, indicating a potential accident at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which could have triggered the crisis.
It's was a great meeting....for China.