That gorilla Lloyd Austin and his faggot ass-pal Mark Milley are whining again.
The Chinese are too busy to even respond to their request for further nigger-faggot shenanigans.
The Pentagon’s attempts to reach out to China’s military in recent months have been ignored or rebuffed, Ely Ratner, US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs, has claimed.
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin “believes in the importance of open lines of communication with the PRC [People’s Republic of China] and we have sought to build out those open lines of communication. Unfortunately… we’ve had a lot of difficulty when we have proposed phone calls, meetings, dialogues,” Ratner said during an event hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington on Thursday.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, along with the head of US Indo-Pacific Command Admiral, John Aquilino – and other uniformed and civilian officials – have asked Beijing for dialogue, but “those requests [were] rejected or not answered,” he said.
“The US and Department of Defense have had an outstretched hand on this question of military to military engagement, but we have yet to have consistently willing partners,” Ely Ratner explained.
Dialogue between military officials of the two countries is crucial “to prevent misperception and miscalculation and to prevent crises from spinning out of control,” the official insisted.
The crises are already out of control.
You did this, faggot.
In the latest example, the Pentagon’s request for talks between Austin and his Chinese counterpart Li Shangfu at the Shangri-La Dialogue Forum in Singapore next week “has not been answered one way or another,” Ratner noted.
According to a report by the Financial Times, Beijing told Washington earlier this month that “there is little chance” of Li sitting down with Austin in Singapore due to sanctions placed on the Chinese defense chief over his alleged involvement in the purchase of Russian advanced weapons. However, Ratner claimed that those restrictions in no way prevent Li from holding talks with his US counterpart. “The ball is in their court at this point,” he said.
Imagine you start an argument with a guy, then you pull out a gun and shoot him, then you say “okay, well, let’s just talk” and when he ignores you, you say “well, this is immature – he’s not even interested in talking about the problem.”
The US and Chinese defense chiefs last negotiated at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit in Cambodia in November. At the time, Wei Fenghe was China’s defense minster. Austin and Li – who was appointed to his post in March – have yet to meet face-to-face.
Relations between Beijing and Washington have been severely strained since last August, when US House Speaker Nanacy Pelosi visited the self-governed island of Taiwan, which China views as part of its territory. They deteriorated further after the so-called “spy balloon” incident in February. Washington claimed it shot down a Chinese surveillance aircraft over its territory, while Beijing said it was merely a weather balloon, which had strayed into the US by accident. A visit to China by US Secretary of State Antony Bliken, which had been postponed over the crisis, has not happened to this day.
The Biden Administration created these problems with China out of thin air. That “spy balloon” thing was just so bonkers, it’s hard to believe it even happened in real life. Fatmericans gobbled it up like it was deep-fried microplastics.
Of course, the issues are deeply linked to the Ukraine war and the US’ anti-Russia agenda. The US is apparently no longer drawing any distinction between the two countries.