President Joe Biden continues to spout off delusional comments about how good things are between America and other nations like China and Russia. Is it possible that he doesn’t know what is true and what isn’t?
Biden has expressed how he has personally strengthened our alliances and he said that we don’t have anything to fear from the moves that China and Russia have made.
When the president was in Canada last month, he was asked about Saudi Arabia moving toward Russia and China.
Saudi Arabia is a nation in that we have had a historically good relationship, but now they are literally mocking our president.
And now, you should see what France, one of our oldest allies, is saying after their president, Emmanuel Macron, came back from visiting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
Macron’s statement said:
“Europe must reduce its dependency on the United States and avoid getting dragged into a confrontation between China and the U.S. over Taiwan, French President Emmanuel Macron said in an interview on his plane back from a three-day state visit to China.
Speaking with POLITICO and two French journalists after spending around six hours with Chinese President Xi Jinping during his trip, Macron emphasized his pet theory of ‘strategic autonomy’ for Europe, presumably led by France, to become a ‘third superpower.’
He said ‘the great risk’ Europe faces is that it ‘gets caught up in crises that are not ours, which prevents it from building its strategic autonomy,’ while flying from Beijing to Guangzhou, in southern China, aboard COTAM Unité, France’s Air Force One.
The paradox would be that, overcome with panic, we believe we are just America’s followers, Macron said in the interview. ‘The question Europeans need to answer … is it in our interest to accelerate [a crisis] on Taiwan? No. The worse thing would be to think that we Europeans must become followers on this topic and take our cue from the U.S. agenda and a Chinese overreaction,’ he said. [….]
He also suggested Europe should reduce its dependence on the ‘extraterritoriality of the U.S. dollar,’ a key policy objective of both Moscow and Beijing.”
Wow! America, including our president, should be seeing all kinds of red flags after that word from Macron.
The editorial note on the bottom of the Politico interview with Macron: pic.twitter.com/mUxXzCu2ap
— Emily Rauhala (@emilyrauhala) April 9, 2023
Just before heading home from the meeting with Putin in Moscow, Xi Jinping told Putin that changes which haven't happened in 100 years are taking place right now.
He latter added "when we are together, we drive these changes"
A clear warning signal to the U.S. and wider West. pic.twitter.com/AJwLeF4bjX
— Visegrád 24 (@visegrad24) April 2, 2023