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Xi Jinping Warns Other Countries Not To Try To Stop China

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The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, top leadership of the Communist Party of China at a session

Speaking on the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party, President Xi Jinping warned other countries to stay out of the way. The Chinese communist regime continues to move aggressively in expanding its global influence.

At the same time, it issued veiled threats to countries thinking of opposing it. This includes the United States, which in turn wants other countries to push back as well. 

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Xi Jinping Warns Of Broken Heads And Bloodshed

In an address delivered earlier, Xi said that “The Chinese people will absolutely not allow any foreign force to bully, oppress or enslave us and anyone who attempts to do so will face broken heads and bloodshed in front of the iron Great Wall of the 1.4 billion Chinese people.”

As President of China since 2013, Xi oversaw a powerful regime that’s been busy cracking down on local dissenters and groups it deems undesirable. At the same time, China is pushing its influence abroad, projecting itself as a capable superpower in its own right.

China’s Human Rights Record

However, many countries still find China difficult to deal with. Many accounts of systematic human rights abuses, including forced sterilizations and forced labor in re-education camps, continue to make rounds in the media.

A particular minority targeted in China is the Uighur Muslims in the Xinjiang province. Many human rights groups and concerned organizations are pressuring the US and its allies to sanction the communist country. In return, China warns groups to refrain from taking sides. 

The recently-held Group of Seven meeting in the UK last month led to yet another indictment of China’s disregard for minorities.

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“The United States and our G7 partners remain deeply concerned by the use of all forms of forced labor in global supply chains, including state-sponsored forced labor of vulnerable groups and minorities and supply chains of the agricultural, solar, and garment sectors — the main supply chains of concern in Xinjiang,” a G-7 statement said last month.

Hong Kong

In addition, Hong Kong remains under strict control by authorities ever since Beijing cracked down on the island colony. China disregarded the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ agreement it gave to HK and the UK after more than two decades in effect.

Last year, China went on a crackdown against HK dissent, passing the dreaded national security law. Should other countries feel the need to support the HK demonstrators, Xi Jinping and other officials warn them to not meddle. 

China essentially abandoned what was left of the “one country, two systems” 1997 agreement for Hong Kong last year when it passed a national security law and immediately began snuffing out the territory’s already limited freedoms and pro-democracy movement.

Public activities and rallies are already banned. However, Xi insists that both China and Hong Kong remain active in upholding the “one country, two systems” framework. 

Taiwan and Southeast Asia

In addition, China remains determined to reclaim its “renegade province” of Taiwan. For many years now, China has engaged in a lot of saber-rattling. The country also actively calls out those who call Taiwan a ‘country’ separate from China.

Meanwhile, the Chinese presence in disputed islands in Southeast Asia is also ruffling feathers. Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei, and the Philippines all claim exclusivity in this part of the world. However, China, basing its claim on a local map it made, says they alone have a legitimate claim.

Watch the WION news reporting on Chinese President Xi Jinping saying countries opposing China will “crack their heads and spill blood”:

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  • Billy Gober says:

    Our political party at DC that is in charge is weak. America and the rest of the world clearly can see this. China has plans for world domination.Many smaller countries will become slaves to China if the world allows this. We should have two goals for America unite our people and tame China. TRUMP was doing tje right thing bringing the dragon down. Now the pressure is off China. Wake up USA

  • The professor says:

    Many years ago when I was in the army an officer told me someday China is going to walk right in and take over our country and we’re not gonna do a thing about it …. Think about that and look what is going on today …. they have infected us with a virus and we haven’t done anything as far as counter measures … they are constantly stealing technology information and the trade between us and them is ludicrous ….. start learning to read and speak Chinese … we need Jack Nicholson to say to these communist people “” no Tikki no laundry “”

  • Mike says:

    There flexing there muscles to let the world know that there going to be the “One World Order”

  • Tim says:

    If the United States had a real man in the white house as a president the USA would have the ball’s to stand up for the world 🌎 instead we have wimmyjo in office and wimmyjo like to grab his feet and bit the pillow when he is dealing with the world’s issues

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