China Promising Retaliation For…

National Security Council Spokesperson John Kirby took the podium to inform the press that China probably won’t overreact. At least that’s what they hope. Beijing has already threatened to get drastic if the upcoming meeting scheduled between House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Taiwan’s not-President Tsai Ing-Wen happens as planned.

China promises retaliation

On Wednesday, March 30, official Biden regime spokesperson for national security matters, John Kirby, “warned” China “against taking any action viewed as threatening Taiwan.” It’s an empty threat and everyone knows it.

Joe Biden’s handlers are of the opinion that if Beijing does take action, it won’t be anything more serious than sanctions against Kevin McCarthy or something. At least, that’s what they say in public, while privately keeping their fingers crossed that they aren’t horribly wrong.

Xi Jinping is hopping mad about the meeting scheduled for April 5 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. He’s mad because Tsai Ing-Wen will be meeting face-to-face with Kevin McCarthy. That’s just as bad as when his predecessor Nancy Pelosi came to Taiwan. Americans can’t seem to get it that Taiwan belongs to China. Xi isn’t about to let them have freedom and full western-style “democracy.” While the administration is publicly playing down the seriousness of the situation, behind the scenes they’re preparing for the Pooh Bear to “lash out in response.

They’re expecting “harsh objections or sanctions on McCarthy and other U.S. officials. It might even be a display of military force that matches or exceeds the dramatic display when missiles were fired over Taiwan following then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the island in August.” Then again, he might be mad enough to nuke Los Angeles.

Biden’s advisers say the spooks in the intelligence community believe “Beijing probably will view Tsai’s meeting with McCarthy as less provocative than her meeting in Taipei with Pelosi and will refrain from extreme aggression.” That was leaked by “a senior administration official who, like others interviewed for this report, spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the matter’s sensitivity.

The leaker also added that “the reality is that administration officials don’t know how Beijing will react to Tsai’s travel through the United States.” Even though they don’t want to admit it, “that uncertainty about what China could do, experts say, underscores the situation’s volatility.

Where they meet doesn’t matter

American officials can tell the public whatever they want but China will make their own decisions. Things also took an amusing twist. At Wednesday’s press conference, Kirby brought up the Bloomberg report released Tuesday which said “National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan spoke with China’s top foreign policy official, Wang Yi, last week.” That’s really curious because Wang Yi isn’t around anymore.

Either Bloomberg misreported who Sullivan talked to or something is fishy. The report, echoed by practically every outlet in America, called Wang “China’s top foreign policy official.” He used to be. A few weeks ago he was replaced by “Dances With Wolves.” It’s surprising that Kirby doesn’t seem to know that. The Chinese like to call Qin Gang their “wolf warrior” because of his hard line tactics of “dancing with the wolves” in Washington.

Whether Sullivan actually talked to anyone or not, China doesn’t seem to have taken the message. Chinese government spokesperson Zhu Fenglian came out and made a fierce statement declaring they “firmly oppose this and will take resolute countermeasures. A meeting between McCarthy and Tsai seriously violates the one-China principle [and] undermines China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

He went on to demand that “no U.S. officials meet Tsai and that the United States ‘refrain from arranging Tsai Ing-wen’s transit visits.” Too late on the “transit” arrangements, she’s already on the move.

Meanwhile, the chargé d’affaires for the Chinese Embassy in Washington, Xu Xueyuan, “was more pointed.” Playing word games isn’t helping. Calling Tsai’s visit a transit is “merely a disguise for her true intention of seeking breakthrough and advocating ‘Taiwan independence.

China says it doesn’t “make a difference if it was Taiwan leaders “coming to the United States or the U.S. leaders visiting Taiwan. It could lead to another serious confrontation in the China-U.S. relationship.

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