Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke today with People’s Republic of China (PRC) Director of the Office of the Central Commission for Foreign Affairs Yang Jiechi and extended his best wishes for the Lunar New Year. Secretary Blinken stressed the United States will continue to stand up for human rights and democratic values, including in Xinjiang, Tibet, and Hong Kong, and pressed China to join the international community in condemning the military coup in Burma. The Secretary reaffirmed that the United States will work together with its allies and partners in defense of our shared values and interests to hold the PRC accountable for its efforts to threaten stability in the Indo-Pacific, including across the Taiwan Strait, and its undermining of the rules-based international system.
The State Department is refusing to provide details or even confirm statements by the Chinese government indicating the U.S.-Iran envoy Robert Malley recently spoke to Communist Party officials about the Biden administration’s efforts to reenter the 2015 nuclear accord.
One of the keys to staging a revolution is disguising your goals and hiding your true purpose. Any good Maoist understands that you do not necessarily want, particularly early on in the revolutionary process, to reveal your true intent.
Cotton expertly leads her into the trap, getting her on record that every single human being is racist, no exceptions. Then he hits her with the question that every person pushing critical race theory should be asked – so who, exactly, are you racist against?