China’s New Foreign Minister Warns of “Conflict and Confrontation” with America

China is arguably more powerful than the Soviet Union ever was, and China has the former Soviet Union on their side in a world war.

Americans were extremely concerned about a war with the Soviet Union, but this coming war with the Chinese is not even a blip on most people’s radar.

What has changed so drastically that a looming apocalyptic third world war doesn’t even register on the list of concerns of the average American?

The Guardian:

The US and China are heading towards inevitable conflict if Washington does not change its approach, China’s new foreign minister has said in a fiery press conference in which he defended his country’s strengthening relationship with Russia.

In his first media appearance as foreign minister, held on Tuesday on the sidelines of the “two sessions” political gathering, Qin Gang outlined China’s foreign policy agenda for the coming years, presenting China and its relationship with Russia as a beacon of strength and stability, and the US and its allies as a source of tension and conflict.

Qin said the US side claimed that it wanted to outcompete China but didn’t seek conflict “but in reality, the US side’s so-called competition is all-out containment and suppression, a zero-sum game where you die and I live.

If the US does not hit the brakes but continues to speed down the wrong path, no amount of guardrail can prevent derailing, and there will surely be conflict and confrontation.”

Qin defended the close friendship between China and Russia, a relationship closely watched by the west in light of the war in Ukraine. He said the ties between Beijing and Moscow “set an example for global foreign relations”.

With China and Russia working together, the world will have a driving force,” he said. “The more unstable the world becomes the more imperative it is for China and Russia to steadily advance their relations.”

He said there was “close contact” between the leadership of the two countries, with “head of state” relations forming the anchor of the relationship. “The strategic partnership … will surely grow from strength to strength.”

Qin’s comments aligned with a speech by China’s leader, Xi Jinping, to political delegates on Monday, decrying what he called US-led “suppression” of China.

It is suppression. These Chinamen are right. What business does the US have going over to Asia and bullying these Orientals?

Of course, as an American, it’s likely that bullying Orientals would not bother me, if it existed in a vacuum and it was somehow beneficial to the United States. The thing is, it’s not beneficial to the United States, and in fact, the precise opposite is true.

Firstly, resources that should be spent on Americans are being redirected to the Orient to harass and bully these Chinamen. Secondly, there is no benefit or even theoretical or potential benefit to the people of our government doing this – all it is going to do is drive us further into poverty while allowing the “leaders” to assert wartime powers to use against the population.

It is all just nonsensical, and it is beyond comprehension that Americans are sitting by and letting this happen, and in many cases, actually cheering it on.

Americans are stupid and fat, because they are godless.