At Alaska Summit, China Eats Our Lunch

At Alaska Summit, China Eats Our Lunch

At Alaska Summit, China Eats Our Lunch

What could possibly go wrong? Eight weeks in to the Biden Administration, representatives of China and the United States sat down for a summit in Anchorage, Alaska. Although China’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Zhao Lijian called the day “just an appetizer”, the appearance was that China ate our lunch.

Who thought this was a good idea. the entire Xiden family is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Chinese Communist Party. If you don’t know about that, you can read about Tony Bobulinski and Hunter and Joe Biden here. Joe Xiden Biden said that China wasn’t our competition, remember?

At an event in Iowa City, Biden was explaining why he believes concerns that China could eventually surpass the U.S. as a world superpower and economic force are overstated.

“China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man,” the former vice president said.

“I mean, you know, they’re not bad folks, folks. But guess what? They’re not competition for us,” he added.

“China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man.” Joe meet Alaska.

The first day was supposed to be two-minutes speeches and photo ops with Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and their Chinese counter parts Yang Jiechi and Wang Yi. One of the Chinese diplomats went on for 15 minutes (They need a chess clock.) and told the Americans that this was no way to treat a guest:

“China is firmly opposed to U.S. interference in China’s internal affairs. We have expressed our staunch opposition to such interference, and we will take firm actions in response of human rights,” the diplomat stated. “We hope that the United States will do better on human rights,” he said, pointing to the Black Lives Matter movement in America. “China has made steady progress in human rights.”

The diplomat also claimed that “the United States has United States-style democracy and China has Chinese-style democracy,” a talking point used by Biden in February, and that internal advancements in terms of democracy should be left up to Chinese people.

Ouch. This might come from the February 16, 2021 CNN Townhall. When asked a question about the detention of the Uighurs in forced labor camps, Mumbles Biden rambled on. He said something about the idea he was going to shy away from talking about Taiwan and the Uighurs…ramble, ramble…culturally, there are different norms. You can watch the video here. The best argument for the wholesale cheating in the 2020 election is Joe Biden.

I have no idea why the State Department set up the Alaska Summit. The members of the Xiden Aristocracy don’t have to state goals or reports outcomes. They are the best and brightest…in their own minds. They never looked at things from the Chinese point of view. Before you can defeat an enemy, you must know them as well as you know yourself. Or, as Sun Tzu said:

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

Blinken and Sullivan are so convinced of their own superiority that they probably didn’t notice the different body language of the Chinese diplomats. The Americans look ready for an all night bull session and the Chinese look like they are going to shoot lasers out of their eyes. Blinken started out by lecturing China on “the rules based order that maintains global stability”. Come on, man. China doesn’t care about “global stability” unless China is the one stabilizing the globe under her rule, you flipping moron.

The Chinese shot back that the United States doesn’t represent the world, only the U.S. And, they lectured the Americans on proper treatment of guests. You can watch the video:

It is no way to treat a guest. The treatment of the Uighurs is important. We cannot have China attacking or attaching Taiwan. Everything is important. But, you don’t start off lecturing a guest, if you want something from them. Duh.

I learned an important word today. It is “guofenle”, which means “over the line”. Blinken and Sullivan crossed way over the line.

Okay, that guy is an idiot. But, Biden is weak and his diplomatic team is a bunch of idiots. And, as Zero Hedge reported, on the eve of the Alaska Summit, we insulted China:

In a move likely to sabotage any potential (however unlikely) diplomatic breakthrough with China, on the eve of the much anticipated Alaska talks which kick off Thursday between delegations headed by Secretary of State Antony Blinken and China’s two top diplomats, the Biden administration slapped sanctions on 24 Chinese and Hong Kong officials.

This in response to Beijing’s voting through the sweeping Hong Kong election overhaul which effectively ensures the city is run only by pro-mainland “patriots”. But more symbolically it’s a clear message the US delegation is about to play hardball when it sits down with the Chinese side in Anchorage over a period of two days.

We lost Hong Kong to the CCP when the British turned it over. Why sanction the officials right before you meet with them. I know why. Because the Biden people are sanctimonious, superior morons.

And, in return, China ate our lunch. That is no way to treat a guest. Day Two isn’t going to go any better. The Uighurs are still in their forced labor camps. By the by, not one mention of the Wuhan Lung Rot. Telling.

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