去死吧 (Qù sǐ ba): Go to Hell in Chinese
On Friday, China’s Xi Jinping and dementia Joe’s double spoke by video link.
According to China’s Foreign Ministry, “issues of mutual interest” were discussed.
When readouts say “candid” and/or “constructive” views were exchanged, it’s code language for no change of policy by either side.
It’s virtually calling the interchange a waste of time, achieving nothing.
On Ukraine, Xi stressed that US-dominated NATO should pay heed to Russia’s legitimate security concerns.
Separately, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian stressed the following:
“We have been taking concrete actions to promote talks for peace ever since the conflict broke out.”
“What China provides to Ukraine are much-needed humanitarian supplies such as food, baby formula, sleeping bags, quilts and damp-proof mats.”
“In contrast, what the US provides to Ukraine are lethal weapons” for perpetual war.
“Which do the civilians in Ukraine need more, food and sleeping bags or machine guns and mortar rounds?”
“(P)eople across the globe (know that hegemon USA) initiated and instigated the conflict” in Ukraine years ago.
The US “should seriously reflect on its role in the Ukraine crisis and the part it has played, (admit) its responsibilities, and take practical actions to ease the situation and solve the problem, instead of continuing to add fuel to the fire and shifting problems” by falsely blaming others for what it perpetrated for years.
“As the culprit of the Ukraine crisis, why does the US keep smearing China (and Russia) instead of reflecting on the security predicament in Europe caused by the eastward expansion of US-led NATO?”
“Why doesn’t the US listen to…experts that Ukraine must not be either side’s outpost against the other?”
“Why doesn’t the US reflect on its hypocritical move of watching the fire from across the river after fanning the flames?”
“(D)espicable moves of the US only serve to reveal its guilty conscience and true intention to shift the blame and profit from the Ukraine crisis” to others.
A White House readout of Thursday’s Xi/fake Biden discussion was typically hostile and duplicitous.
It falsely accused China of “provid(ing) material support to Russia (sic).”
It lied accusing Moscow of “conduct(ing) brutal attacks against Ukrainian cities and civilians (sic).”
It defied reality by falsely claiming that the Biden regime “support(s) a diplomatic resolution” in Ukraine.
Ignored was stoking perpetual conflict, for pouring heavy and other weapons into Ukraine for 8 years of war-making on Donbass, for massacring thousands of its residents, for orchestrating and directing forever war along Russia’s border with destabilizing the country in mind.
According to an unnamed Biden regime official, China faces unspecified “consequences” for supporting Russia over hegemon USA on all things Ukraine.
Separately, the Biden regime denied documented evidence discovered by Russian forces in Ukraine.
It provides indisputable evidence of US involvement in developing bioweapons at dozens of biolabs in the country.
Calling indisputable facts “disinformation” was a bald-faced Big Lie by duplicitous Biden regime officials.
Xi also stressed that Sino/US “relations have not yet emerged from the predicament created by the previous US (regime), but instead encountered more and more challenges,” adding:
“In particular, (dominant US hardliners) send wrong signals to ‘Taiwan independence’ forces, which is very dangerous.”
“If the Taiwan issue is not handled properly, it will have a subversive impact on the relationship.”
On Friday, a confrontational State Department statement said the following:
China “has been an outlier in not joining the community of nations in condemning” Russia (sic.)
“(W)e’ve made it clear the implications for the PRC’s relationship with us as well as our allies and partners in Europe and the Indo-Pacific.”
The fake Biden “conveyed (US) concerns” that affect relations with China.
Xi’s straight talk with the White House imposter reflected Beijing’s sentiment about hegemon USA as stated by Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying, saying:
The US “is on the wrong side of history.”
Two weeks ago, China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi told interventionist Blinken the same thing.
Separately, Hua minced no words saying:
“If the US had truly abided by the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, how could it have staged wars without remorse for the people of Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq…Syria,” Libya and other nonbelligerent, nonthreatening countries, adding:
“Ukrainian people need peace and security instead of weapons and ammunition” from the US and other NATO countries.
Ahead of Friday talks between Xi and dementia Joe’s double, an unnamed Chinese official stressed that Beijing will never bow to US threats and coercion.
The US side should harbor no illusions or miscalculations of its position.
If hostile actions are taken against China, it’ll respond with “strong countermeasures.”
At the same time, Beijing condemns US sanctions war on Russia and other invented enemies in breach of the UN Charter.
Separately, interventionist Blinken slammed China for siding with Russia “by refusing to condemn” its special military operation “while…portray(ing) itself as a neutral arbiter.”
There’s no ambiguity about who’s on the right and wrong sides of history.
Russia and China prioritize peace, stability and cooperative relations with other countries, according to the rule of law.
Hegemon USA-dominated NATO consistently goes the other way.