Former President Donald Trump has responded to the sinister remarks that Chinese President Xi Jinping reportedly made to Russian President Vladimir Putin during a meeting in Moscow earlier this week.
“President Xi’s statement to President Putin, caught on hot mic, was maybe a low point, in history, for the USA!” the former president wrote on Truth Social late Wednesday evening.
The suggestion appeared to be that current President Joe Biden, a Democrat, is letting Russia and China walk all over America.
As previously reported, during a three-day visit this week to Moscow, Xi told his Russian counterpart that “change is coming” to the global stage.
“Change is coming that hasn’t happened in 100 years. And we are driving this change together. Please take care, dear friend,” Xi said via his interpreter to Putin at the tail end of his visit on Wednesday.
Xi Jinping: Change is coming that hasn’t happened in 100 years. And we are driving this change together.
Putin: I agree.
Xi Jinping: Please, take care, dear friend.
Putin: Have a safe journey! pic.twitter.com/eYdKFkl2PL
— Russians With Attitude (@RWApodcast) March 21, 2023
What type of change is coming?
According to CNN, Xi and Putin are trying to build a new “multipolar world” that’s “not led by so-called Western values and rules.”
In other words, they want to create a world that isn’t dictated by the wishes of the West, particularly the “woke” wishes of the United States.
Speaking with CNN, international relations expert Alexander Korolev of the University of New South Wales in Australia said that this demonstrates an “overall convergence of Chinese and Russian world views and approaches to many international issues.”
“It’s very explicit and clear in terms of identifying the United States as a major security threat,” he said.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping has a terrifying message for the worldhttps://t.co/LiagwXN0K2
— American Wire News (@americanwire_) March 23, 2023
During the meeting between Xi and Putin, the two also “referred to each other as dear friends, promised economic cooperation, and described their countries’ relations as the best they have ever been,” according to NBC News.
“They shared the view that this relationship has gone far beyond the bilateral scope and acquired critical importance for the global landscape and the future of humanity,” a statement by the Chinese government reads.
“We are working in solidarity on the formation of a more just and democratic multipolar world order, which should be based on the central role of the U.N., its Security Council, international law, the purposes and principles of the U.N. Charter,” a statement by the Russian government likewise reads.
In a joint statement, the two also “accused the West of undermining global stability and NATO of barging into the Asia-Pacific region, but asserted the close partnership between China and Russia did not constitute a ‘military-political alliance,’” according to NBC News.
Their cozy relationship and goals could affect the 2024 presidential election, according to political writer Myra Adams.
“China and Russia know that polarization is increasingly heightened during a presidential election year when a divided USA means a weaker USA. Thus, 2024 could be when this dangerous duo coordinates strategic and aggressive moves in Europe and Asia,” she writes for The Hill.
Moves like Russia threatening/attacking NATO countries or China trying to reclaim Taiwan. It’s not clear how President Biden would react to either of these contingencies.
Biden’s cognitive decline can’t be ignored. It’s a legitimate concern. He can barely handle a teleprompter, how ON EARTH do we expect him to handle China if they invade Taiwan?
— Ronny Jackson (@RonnyJacksonTX) March 14, 2023
Speaking of world events, Xi and Putin also discussed China’s “peace plan” for the war in Ukraine.
The plan “calls for formal respect for Ukraine’s sovereignty, protections for Ukrainian civilians, an end to interference with the flow of humanitarian aid into the country, and condemnation of the possible use of nuclear weapons,” as reported by Time magazine.
“The plan also reflects the views of those around the world whose primary interest in the war is economic, by calling for a ceasefire, an end to sanctions, and the opening of peace talks that might help ease pressure on food and fuel prices,” according to Time.
While Vladimir Putin did not get everything he wanted from his meeting with China’s President Xi Jinping, he welcomed China’s peace plan for Ukraine, which doesn’t call for the withdrawal of Russian troops. @Brett_McLeod #9News pic.twitter.com/SDX3q9yt5p
— 9News Australia (@9NewsAUS) March 22, 2023
However, though Putin is reportedly a big fan of the proposal, it has zero chance of being adopted because it doesn’t say anything about all the Russian troops already in Ukraine. Nor does it say anything about Russia returning commandeered land to the Ukrainian government.
“An immediate ceasefire would freeze Russian gains in place, forcing Ukraine to try to persuade Vladimir Putin to voluntarily give back land. In truth, no peace plan is likely to succeed at this stage of the war because neither the Russian nor Ukrainian governments can afford to lose,” Time magazine explained.
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