On February 19, a statement from a spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry (FM) was released by CCP state propaganda source Xinhua News. According to the spokesman, China complied with a request from the United States, and Wang Yi, the director of the Communist Party of China Central Committee’s Office of Foreign Affairs, had an unofficial meeting with Secretary of State Antony Blinken “on the fringes of the Munich Security Conference.” That sentence virtually oozes with contempt.
The CCP, which has spies in every sphere of American culture and government and has police stations in New York and Los Angeles, has been persistently insisted upon by Wang as being wholly righteous and blameless, issuing a sort of ultimatum, just like during the spy balloon scandal.
The CCP has maintained that the spy balloon was a weather balloon that was accidentally driven off course, but Wang charged the U.S. with “an abuse of the use of force and breach of customary international practice and the International Civil Aviation Covenant” by shooting it down. America is the “number one country in terms of surveillance,” according to Wang, who said that the US frequently launched balloons over China “illegally.”
“The U.S. must show its seriousness and accept responsibility for the harm that its use of excessive force has caused to ties between China and the United States. China will undoubtedly retaliate by taking the required steps if the U.S. continues to dramatize, hype up, or exacerbate the issue. The U.S. side shall be responsible for any resulting consequences.”
Regarding Russia’s long-running invasion of Ukraine, Wang bragged about China’s ostensible “positive role” in fostering peace. Wang lectured, urging a resolution to the war, in which China has backed Russia’s claims. “We never accept the U.S. pointing fingers or even pressure targeting China-Russia relations,” Wang said. The spokesman’s statement continued after waxing eloquent about the organization’s purported dedication to a number of lofty values (ignore the fact that the CCP is the greatest mass murderer of all time):
“Wang emphasized that “Taiwan independence” must be vehemently resisted and the one-China concept must be credibly upheld in order to ensure stability across the Taiwan Strait. Regarding the Taiwan issue, the U.S. side must respect history and the truth, uphold political commitments, and follow through on its declaration that it does not favor Taiwan independence.”
The CCP has no authority to annex Taiwan because it is a free and lawful part of China. Unfortunately, if and when the CCP strikes, America may possibly soon forsake Taiwan because, according to the U.S. State Department, “The United States has a historic one China policy… We don’t favor Taiwan’s independence and we oppose any unilateral changes to the status quo from any side.” Furthermore, we are confident in the Biden administration’s ability to defend freedom from oppressive governments.