China to Deepen Ties with Russia in 2023, Foreign Minister Says

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi

We’re looking at a helluva ride in 2023.

As just one aspect, China and Russia have finally concluded what the Daily Stormer concluded in 2015, which is that they are both in the sights of the Jew World Order and are completely dependent on each other. If one country falls, so does the other.

This alliance has emerged as something that really can threaten global Jewish supremacy, and everything about that is good news.


Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi defended what he said was his country’s position of impartiality on the war in Ukraine on Sunday and signaled that China would deepen ties with Russia in the coming year.

Wang, speaking by video to a conference in the Chinese capital, also blamed America for the deterioration in relations between the world’s two largest economies, saying that China has “firmly rejected the United States’ erroneous China policy.”

China has pushed back against Western pressure on trade, technology, human rights and its claims to a broad swath of the western Pacific, accusing the U.S. of bullying. Its refusal to condemn the invasion of Ukraine and join others in imposing sanctions on Russia has further frayed ties and fueled an emerging divide with much of Europe.

Wang said that China would “deepen strategic mutual trust and mutually beneficial cooperation” with Russia. Warships from the two countries held joint naval drills in the East China Sea last week.

“With regard to the Ukraine crisis, we have consistently upheld the fundamental principles of objectivity and impartiality, without favoring one side or the other, or adding fuel to the fire, still less seeking selfish gains from the situation,” Wang said, according to an official text of his remarks.

Remember: gay marriage supporter Tucker Carlson and other “conservatives” are calling for Joe Biden to cancel the war with Russia in order to start one with China. This doesn’t make any sense, because if you are at war with one, you are de facto at war with the other.