China Has Wasted No Time in Pulling Biden’s Strings
COMMON SENSE: In a speech on February 1, 2021, Communist China’s top diplomat, Yang Jiechi, warned the Biden administration not to cross Beijing’s “red line.” Does such a warning surprise you? It shouldn’t—not with the millions the CCP has provided to enrich our new First Family. Now, let me ask you this: Do you believe the CCP would have been able to threaten President Trump in the same way? Actually, there’s no need to answer this question. It’s obvious. This would never have happened.
But, what precisely is the CCP’s “red line.” There’s no need to speculate. Jiechi spelled it out clearly. The USA is not to interfere in the internal affairs of China, which includes interference with Hong Kong, Tibet or Xinjiang. He also said the United States should “strictly abide by the One China principle.” This means the USA must abandon Taiwan – the self-ruled island that Beijing claims to be part of its territory.
So far, the USA has never been willing to do this but, with Beijing Biden as Commander-in-Chief, the CCP intends to deal with Taiwan once and for all. What does this have to do with us, you might ask? It has a lot to do with us, but you have to understand history to know why.
Before the Empire of Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, they attacked China in the 1930s. By not knocking the USA out of the war quickly, which was Japan’s strategy, they created a two-front war for themselves. This proved to be a terrible idea. To solve their problem, the Japanese offered a separate peace plan for China repeatedly, which the USA begged China’s leader, Chiang Kai-shek, to refuse.
Having suffered at the hands of the Japanese, Chiang knew how dangerous they were, but he was also fighting insurgent Communists, led by Mao Tse-tung. This meant Chiang had a two-front war as well. To keep Chiang in the war, the USA promised to help get rid of Mao after Japan was defeated. When the USA dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan promptly surrendered, ending World War II.
Having done what he had faithfully committed to do, Chiang demanded that we fulfill our promise to help him defeat Mao, but we refused. We had lied to him. Although Chiang had done what he said he would do, the Truman administration had no intention to get involved in another Asian war. Even though Truman knew the consequences of having China become communist, he abandoned Chiang and his nationalist loyalists. By 1948, Mao’s forces won and drove Chiang out of China.
Five million Chinese nationalists fled to Taiwan and have been there ever since, but they have never been helpless. Their military has always been powerful. It has provided a strong deterrent to the CCP in the South China Sea ever since. Now that the CCP has their puppet in the White House, they intend to break the alliance the USA has maintained with their traditional ally on Taiwan.
Biden, who has been enriched by the Chinese, is completely compromised. This means he is in no position to stand against the goals of the CCP. Neither are any of the several hundred Democrats and Republicans in Congress who have also compromised themselves by accepting funds from the CCP. As it stands now, the Communists have neutralized the USA, so they do not need to worry about us crossing their “red line.”
Just one more thing about this: If Chiang Kai-shek and his Chinese nationalists had accepted a separate peace with Japan, the war in the Pacific would have raged for at least another two years, inflicting massive casualties on Americans. This means that if Chiang had been unfaithful to us, many of you would have had your fathers or grandfathers killed in the war. This means you would never have been born. Now, three-quarters-of-a-century later, the perfidy we committed in 1945, has come full circle with its massive negative impact—all left in the hands of the CCP’s puppet, Joe Biden.