By: Marc King

The new Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, met his Chinese counterpart, Foreign Minister Wang Yi, in Alaska this week to have their first face to face meeting. The dialogue went something like this.

Wang Yi – through an interpreter told us …

“For China, we are now in a historic year where we will move from finishing the first centenary goal to the second centenary goal, and by the year 2035, China will surely achieve basic modernization. And by the year 2050, China will achieve full modernization. China has made decisive achievements and important strategic gains in fighting COVID-19, and we have achieved a full victory in ending absolute poverty in China. China’s per-capita GDP is only one-fifth of that of the United States, but we have managed to end absolute poverty for all people in China. And we hope that other countries, especially the advanced countries, will make similar efforts in this regard. And China has also made historic achievements in building the country into a moderately prosperous one in all respects. The Chinese people are wholly rallying around the Communist Party of China. Our values are the same as the common values of humanity. Those are: peace, development, fairness, justice, freedom and democracy.”

Yi continued

“… China has made decisive achievements and important strategic gains in fighting COVID-19…”

Notice there is no mention or apology for being the source of or releasing COVID-19 on the world.

“…and we have achieved a full victory in ending absolute poverty in China. And we hope that other countries, especially the advanced countries, will make similar efforts in this regard.”

Yi didn’t stop there. The Chinese diplomat piled more garbage on….

“…And the United States has its style — United States-style democracy — and China has the Chinese-style democracy. The wars in this world are launched by some other countries, which have resulted in massive casualties. But for China, what we have asked for, for other countries, is to follow a path of peaceful development, and this is the purpose of our foreign policy. We do not believe in invading through the use of force, or to topple other regimes through various means, or to massacre the people of other countries, because all of those would only cause turmoil and instability in this world. And at the end of the day, all of those would not serve the United States well.”

Possibly the most cutting remark of all came from diplomat Yi near the end of this spat, where he said…

“On human rights, we hope that the United States will do better on human rights. China has made steady progress in human rights, and the fact is that there are many problems within the United States regarding human rights, which is admitted by the U.S. itself as well. The United States has also said that countries can’t rely on force in today’s world to resolve the challenges we face. And it is a failure to use various means to topple the so-called authoritarian states. And the challenges facing the United States in human rights are deep-seated. They did not just emerge over the past four years, such as Black Lives Matter. It did not come up only recently. So we do hope that for our two countries, it’s important that we manage our respective affairs well instead of deflecting the blame on somebody else in this world.” “The United States itself does not represent international public opinion, and neither does the Western world.”

Blinken Responded

“our deep concerns with actions by China, including in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan, cyber attacks on the United States, and economic coercion toward our allies. Each of these actions threaten the rules-based order that maintains global stability. That’s why they’re not merely internal matters and why we feel an obligation to raise these issues here today.”

Blinken — you forgot about the Uighurs in forced labor camps… You forgot that…

“The Global Slavery Index estimates that on any given day in 2016 there were over 3.8 million people living in conditions of modern slavery in China, a prevalence of 2.8 victims for every thousand people in the country. This estimate does not include figures on organ trafficking.”

The South China Morning Post reminds us that…

“ an estimated 2.9 million people in modern slavery in Chinaincludes the forced labor of men, women and children in many parts of the economy, including domestic servitude and forced begging, the sexual exploitation of women and children, and forced marriage”.

Christians are also forced to work in labor camps in the name of “re-education.” Practitioners of Falun Gong, a meditative spiritual practice also known as Falun Dafa, have also been targeted for forced labor, torture, and sometimes death.

You get the picture. We can be sure that when Donald Trump was the President of the United States the Chinese would not dare to speak to our Secretary of State in that manner knowing that they were dealing with a man that put America first.

A counter puncher that would have left the Chinese delegation figuratively laying on the carpet and wondering what hit them! Clearly that is not to be the case with the Biden Administration, leaving us all with the question:

What do the Chinese have on Hunter Biden?

We know for a FACT that Hunter has been bribed by the Chinese before.

An email leak revealed that he was offered $10 million by a Chinese energy firm for ‘introductions alone’

Hunter now presides in the wealthy area of Venice Beach. He moved to a luxurious 3 story CANAL house with a monthly rent of about $25,000 per month. The post is guarded by secret service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Who is paying for that exactly?


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