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What Is The Biden Administration Up To In The South Pacific?

The Biden administration is posturing itself and vowing to take action in response to Myanmar’s Military Coup.


Here we go again…..

We just had four years of PEACE under President Trump. 

No foreign wars, no ‘humanitarian’ intervention, no ‘nation-building’ and certainly no spreading of ‘democracy’ overseas. 

The military industrial complex just could not take it sitting down though. They just HAD to get a puppet in office to start up the war profiteering once more! 

This time the place is Myanmar. These people just had a military coup. 

Should we care? 

Hell no. 

Should we get involved? 

Absolutely not. 

Could it be that Joe Biden’s #1 fan, The Chinese Communist Party, wants him to go through with this in accordance with some agenda they have planned? 


Here are the latest reports: 

The Daily Wire had more on the story: 

The Biden administration responded to an early morning military coup in Myanmar on Monday by threatening to “take action against those responsible.”

Myanmar’s military detained “Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, and her top lieutenants in early morning raids and seizing power from a government established only five years ago,” The New York Times reported. “Hours later, with politicians and activists alike racing to find out who had been detained, a military television network announced a one-year state of emergency with ultimate authority transferred to the army chief, Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing.”

Myanmar’s military performed poorly in its November elections, refused to accept the results, claimed that it was stolen, and tried taking its case to the Myanmar’s Supreme Court.

Newsmax also reported: 

Secretary of State Antony Blinken early Monday called on Myanmar's military to reverse its actions "immediately" after reports that it had carried out a coup and detained several leaders including de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi and cited a state of emergency over "terrible fraud in the voter list" during the recent general election.

"The United States expresses grave concern regarding reports the Burmese military has detained multiple civilian government and civil society leaders," Blinken said in a statement posted on Twitter late Sunday. "The military must reverse these actions immediately."

The Southeast Asian nation's name was changed from Burma to Myanmar in 1989, but the United States still refers to it as Burma.


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