China is supporting Donald Trump to win reelection.
Prediction: Trump will win reelection & continue to alienate America’s allies leaving Russia & China plenty of space to expand their sphere of influence.
Repeatedly during the Republican National Convention, speakers have been claiming disingenuously that China, Xi Jinping specifically, favours a political win by the globalist Joseph Biden in the coming American 3-November-election.
Nothing could be further from the truth, in fact, these are deliberate lies coming from an impeached US President who has already been ‘convicted’ (impeached) of trying to get the Ukraine to back his political aspirations. Trump is urging supporters to make clear that he is ‘nowhere near the cookie jar again’.
The Truth about the ham sandwich.
WHO is the Ham.
A slice of Donald-Trump – WHO – a slice of Xi Jinping
While the World Health Organization applauded China and encouraged it to release more information using public praise, WHO was frustrated intensely.
“We’re currently at the stage where yes, they’re giving it to us 15 minutes before it appears on CCTV,” said WHO’s top official in China, Dr. Gauden Galea, referring to the state-owned China Central Television.
“We’re going on very minimal information,” said American epidemiologist Maria Van Kerkhove, now WHO’s technical lead for COVID-19, in one internal meeting. “It’s clearly not enough for you to do proper planning.”
- Donald Trump praised China’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan, Hubei, China during January, February and March.
- Trump then changed direction 180 degrees and by July 7 had withdrawn the USA from the World Health organization and ended its annual contribution of 450 million.
- China promptly more than filled the gap by promising WHO 2 billion dollars over a two year period for fighting COVID-19 thus more than doubling the American contribution.
- China continues to fill global voids that America is vacating.
Beijing and Moscow are behind Trump and with that help, Donald Trump will win Reelection on 3 November 2020
Hundreds, probably thousands of pseudo-human social media accounts are already spreading the word. They say ‘booJoe’ and pay the social media platform plenty of money. The platform banks the money saying “it was only a harmless ‘booJoe’.
“Honestly, Facebook’s and Twitter’s management teams have no values outside of beating previous profits. Realistically speaking, these men are doing their jobs. Democracy, human rights, humanitarianism, human development, truth, integrity, pride, fairness, are worthless none-earning expenses, not profit-earners,” says one social media marketer FPMag spoke to before she requested anonymity. Other businessmen agreed that, “of course, profitability is a hard driver for most business decisions”.
“When the message is repeated a gazillion times, the science of gross impressions takes over. This approach is so powerful a snowman can be convinced to go sleep in the oven, or vote for a creep”, chides Katie Alsop of The RINJ Foundation who spent a year covering the 2016 American presidential election which unearthed leads to some bizarre conduct among Trump’s opponents and some twists and turns that have never stopped.
“China is backing President Trump because things have never looked better on the geopolitical stage for China,” says a female military source who has 13 years experience in the Chinese Army, 12 as an officer, daughter of a General Staff member. At least a dozen key officials have told FPMag the same thing in the past eight months.
The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir.
In Japan in the summer of 2019, Mr. Xi Jinping expressed to Donald Trump his dissatisfaction with some critics of China in Washington, writes John Bolton in a recently published book, The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir.
“Trump immediately assumed Xi meant the Democrats. Trump said approvingly that there was great hostility among the Democrats,” Mr. Bolton writes.
“He then, stunningly, turned the conversation to the coming U.S. presidential election, alluding to China’s economic capability to affect the ongoing campaigns, pleading with Xi to ensure he’d win,” John Bolton claims in his book.
“He stressed the importance of farmers, and increased Chinese purchases of soybeans and wheat in the electoral outcome. I would print Trump’s exact words but the government’s prepublication review process has decided otherwise,” said Bolton.
Offensive and Surreal
“One person China doesn’t like is this rude, crude, beer-drinking, farting, political swamp rat,” says the general’s daughter. She is referring to Michael Pompeo who is the current Secretary of State.
“Unfortunately, Pompeo, like his targets in Beijing, is engaged in doublespeak whereby he offers win-win outcomes, but his words are at odds with his actions. He says the U.S. will organize the free world, while alienating and undermining the free world; he extols democracy, while aiding and abetting its destruction at home; and he praises the Chinese people, while generalizing about the ill intent of Chinese students who want to come to America.
“Pompeo is also ultra-loyal to a president who cares not one whit for democracy, dissidents, freedom, or transparency overseas. Trump’s long track record on this is well documented, and it has defined his personal approach to China.
“On 18 June 2019, Trump spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping by phone and told him he would not condemn a crackdown in Hong Kong. On August 1, Trump told the press that the unrest in Hong Kong was between Hong Kong and China “because Hong Kong is a part of China. They’ll have to deal with that themselves. They don’t need advice.”
“In his book, the former national security adviser John Bolton wrote that on two separate occasions, Trump told Xi that he “should go ahead with building the [concentration] camps in Xijiang, which Trump thought was exactly the right thing to do.” Pompeo said nothing about these revelations, although he called Bolton a traitor.
“And in January and February of this year, Trump infamously praised Xi’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, even though the World Health Organization was privately alarmed by Beijing’s actions and its lack of transparency (it praised China publicly in the hopes of coaxing it into cooperation). The Trump administration would have known this and could have built a coalition to increase pressure on China, but instead it ignored the behavior.”
Thomas Wright is the Director, Center on the United States and Europe, Senior Fellow – Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy, The Brookings Institute.
China has benefitted from America’s isolation and alienation from its traditional allies.
American media has no capacity for self-observation.
That’s why Americans will not hear this story nor will they learn that America is a much worse human rights violator than China.
“America’s secret detention and torture program has come under fire again. It is argued to be a far greater human rights violation than the American complaints against China and its treatment of Muslims. The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (see IACHR-Admissibility-Decision-2020) has released on 8 July a ruling that says that four survivors of the U.S. secret detention and torture program have the right to present their case related to American coordinated global enterprise of kidnapping, bounty payments, incommunicado detention, and torture, before the regional tribunal.”
Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping make an interesting Choir But China holds the cards.
Trump’s persistent racist slams at the “yellow-skinned” Chinese who are actually as non-White as more than 88% of the world’s nearly 8 billion population, has alienated about the same number, 88% of the world.
That leaves a huge sphere of influence for China although its paranoia facing a hundred thousand American troops in its vicinity has led it to a nasty alienation of its neighbours over the widely described as outrageous none-dash-line in the South China sea.
But the impact of the Nine-Dash-Line is almost irrelevant considering that without China’s claim and its spread of man-made islands and colonization of otherwise uninhabitable reefs and protruding rocks, smaller countries with smaller armies would be slaughtering each other over their corresponding claims.
It’s not a matter of every ASEAN nation opposed to China, it’s also many ASEAN nations in conflict with each other. Without China’s assertiveness since the late 1940s, the neighbours would be beating the crap out of each other. Instead they are all bitching at China which in turn throws them the occasional bone.
What China gets wrong is its claim over international waters. Certainly it owns the islands it claims. History is clear on that. But it is stunning that a country so far advanced in space, communications, and medical technologies, doesn’t comprehend the stupidity of the Nine-Dash-Line in the context of claiming international waters as much as a thousand kilometers from its shores as being territorial waters. Nuts! Totally nuts.
This latter flaw will be China’s greatest pratfall if it does not fix its internal bureaucratic hierarchical butt-kissing adherence to a completely flawed concept that became accidentally adopted 75 years ago and perpetuated as flawed doctrine no one dares explain its hoakiness.