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Take your own advice Xi.
After YEARS of stealing intellectual property, making hostile investments, influencing U.S. politics, blackmailing U.S. politicians, and manipulating currency Xi Jinping doesn’t want a cold war.
I think my head just exploded.
It is not WE who are pushing towards a cold war, it is Xi and The Chinese Communist Party. Everything they have been doing for the last 20 years or so is part of a cold war effort against us.
Take a look:
Breitbart had more on the story:
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping addressed the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Monday, speaking at length about the impact of the Wuhan coronavirus on the world’s economy and his vision of China’s place in the post-pandemic world.
Xi’s principal theme was a warning for the Western world to avoid a “new Cold War” with China and avoid “arrogant isolationism.”
Xi took no responsibility for unleashing the coronavirus, but he asserted that a new globalist economic order guided by Chinese leadership would emerge in the aftermath. He presented his country as the world’s leading experts on containing the virus and recovering from its economic disruptions.
“We are going through the worst recession since the end of World War Two. For the first time in history, the economies of all regions have been hit hard at the same time, with global industrial and supply chains clogged and trade and investment down in the doldrums.
Axios also reported:
Xi didn't refer directly to U.S.-China tensions, but the subtext was clear. These were his first remarks to an international audience since the inauguration of President Biden, whose administration has already concurred with Donald Trump's determination that China is committing "genocide" against Uyghur Muslims, and issued a warning about China's aggression toward Taiwan.
What he's saying:
“We should respect and accommodate differences, avoid meddling in other countries’ internal affairs and resolve disagreements through consultation and dialogue. History and reality have made it clear time and again that the misguided approach of antagonism and confrontation — be it in the form of a cold war, hot war, trade war or tech war — will eventually hurt all countries’ interest and undermine everyone’s well-being.”
Xi also laid out a four-step approach to ensuring the world emerges stronger from the COVID-19 crisis.