Eventually, every politician’s chickens come home to roost.
Including the business dealings of Bribe’m Biden, which seem to have contributed to the “rejuvenation” of communism against the West.
Indeed, per a recent Pentagon report, Chinese President Xi is apparently intent on “the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation” by 2049.
A convenient three decades after the release of COVID to the world.
“[China’s strategy] determined pursuit of political, social, and military modernity to expand the PRC’s national power, perfect its governance, and revise the international order in support of the PRC’s system of governance and national interests,” the Pentagon report noted.
Is it ever.
That’s rather obvious, given the “pursuit” of Hunter Biden and his unknown expertise in business.
Though he had very known connections to politics.
Little wonder that the Pentagon now observes that China’s behavior has veered into “more dangerous, coercive and provocative.”
You don’t say!
The Pentagon report also notes that China serves as “the only competitor to the United States with the intent and, increasingly, the capacity to reshape the international order.”
Which is precisely why the nation has spent years investing in corruptible U.S. politicians.
Though China still prepares for the potential of inevitable warfare, nonetheless.
“The PRC views the United States as deploying a whole-of-government effort meant to contain the PRC’s rise, which presents obstacles to its national strategy,” the report observed.
Little wonder that the People’s “Liberation” Army (PLA) has become significantly more aggressive, a move that most United States presidents would be far more concerned about.
“Between the fall of 2021 and fall of 2023, the United States documented over 180 instances of PLA coercive and risky air intercepts against U.S. aircraft in the region,” the report noted.
So, in other words, right after the failed withdrawal from Afghanistan, China became more combative in the skies.
Who would have guessed that?
The report also expresses concerns regarding the “provocative and destabilizing actions in and around the Taiwan Strait, including ballistic missile overflights of Taiwan, increased flights into Taiwan’s self-declared air defense identification zone, and large-scale simulated joint blockade and simulated joint firepower strike operations.”
How about the provocative passage of so-called Chinese “weather balloons” over nuclear siloes in Montana, not to mention who knows how many other sensitive sites across the United States?
And, perhaps most tellingly of all, the Pentagon report notes that China’s implicit, but clear, support for Russia further underscores its global authoritarian ambitions.
“Beijing has attempted a discreet approach to providing material support to Russia for its war against Ukraine,” the report notes.
Xi himself, who recently met with Putin in China, after Hamas attacked Israel, also gushed about the Russian lead.
“The political mutual trust between the two countries is continuously deepening,” the Chinese president proclaimed.
Meanwhile, Biden twiddles his thumbs.
Author: Jane Jones