Apparently forgetting that his debacle in Afghanistan remains fresh in the memories of numerous world leaders, not to mention the fact his own son is deeply in bed with communist interests, Biden displayed a curious show of bluster on his recent Asia tour.
So curious that one almost wonders if it is ground in any reality or any real intention at all, as Biden gave a similarly impassioned speech on Putin’s invasion months ago.
Only for Putin to continue his relentless invasion while Biden apparently twiddles his thumbs.
Nonetheless, Biden resumed his bluster and bravado yet again, chiefly by declaring that the United States would absolutely engage in a “military” intervention if China were to attack Taiwan.
When Biden was asked directly about whether he would initiate a military intervention in the event of a Chinese invasion into the sovereign island nation, he crisply replied, “yes.”
Later on, shadowy figures in the White House, clearly kowtowing to their Chinese masters, attempted to walk back his comments yet again, suggesting that the United States would instead be respecting a 1979 agreement that calls for providing support, though not necessarily full military presence, to Taiwan.
“As the president said, our policy has not changed,” a spokesperson insisted, “he reiterated our One China Policy and our commitment to peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait. He also reiterated our commitment under the Taiwan Relations Act to provide Taiwan with the military means to defend itself.”
In other words, the White House attempted to tell China that Biden wouldn’t intervene militarily; it would simply give Taiwan the Ukraine treatment instead.
Someone should alert the White House to the fact that military arsenals do not automatically replenish themselves, and the current supply is being drained at an aggressive rate for Eastern Europe.
Someone should also alert the White House that China could care less at this point; after all, the nation got away with literally infecting the entire planet with COVID, yet they continue to face absolutely zero accountability.
And that confidence in facing zero accountability was all the more clear based on its vehement response to the White House.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin predictably responded poorly to the news, sneering about the Asian superpower’s alleged “integrity” at stake.
“China has no room for compromise or concessions on issues involving China’s core interests such as sovereignty and territorial integrity,” Wenbin roared, “China will take firm action to safeguard its sovereignty and security interests, and we will do what we say.”
One does have to wonder about the last line of Wenbin’s remark: “We will do what we say.” Calling Biden’s bluff, perhaps?
Considering the Biden presidency has been a series of not doing what was said, starting with uniting Americans, one can only wonder if China is delivering backhanded commentary on the generally ineffectual fecklessness of the Democrats to date.
Furthermore, Wenbin’s remarks on China’s “security interests” is rather amusing, considering what Taiwan is well known for producing.
Taiwan, which has understandably been on edge since Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, is clearly desperate for American reassurances, especially since it faces an ever-greedy China that is more than ready to seize the island nation for itself.
Of course, according to China, Taiwan is allegedly part of its historical territory.
However, what China doesn’t mention is the fact that Taiwan is also the source of a gargantuan supply of the world’s chips, which are an integral component of much of the world’s most complicated machinery.
NVIDIA, after all, is run by a Taiwanese CEO, and the company, along with other semiconductor companies, all of whom have reported shortages and supply chain disruptions in light of ongoing global turmoil.
And if China were to invade Taiwan, that would be yet another step in its clear pursuit of total global domination via authoritarian communism, a vision that has been shamelessly pushed by bought and paid for members of the “Squad” in Congress.
Heck, even AOC won’t call out China’s blatant human rights violations, likely because vested forces are paying her too well on the side.
After all, that $35,000 per ticket Met Gala appearance isn’t going to pay for itself.
Regardless, the Biden administration appears poised for war regardless, as evidenced by Army General Mark Milley’s bluster at a recent West Point graduation.
“The world you are being commissioned into has the potential for significant international conflict between great powers. And that potential is increasing, not decreasing,” Milley boomed, “Whatever overmatch we, the United States, enjoyed militarily for the last 70 years is closing quickly. And the United States will be — in fact, we already are — challenged in every domain of warfare, space, cyber, maritime, air, and, of course, land.”
You don’t say, Milley. Perhaps now is not the time to make the army undergo mandatory LGBTQ+ sensitivity training.
Perhaps now is also not the time for the media to suffocate stories about Mr. Hunter Biden’s laptop and its treasure trove of connections to complete international deception.
It’s a real shame the biggest “challenge” of all starts with a deeply compromised White House.
Author: Jane Jones
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