It looked like Tokyo didn’t really want to get dragged into Deeply Fake President Joe Biden’s war, but it seems they have been.
It’s an interesting move on their part. I can’t imagine they are looking at the United States and thinking “this seems like a great long-term ally for our nation.”
I wonder if the Japanese Prime Minister knew Biden was going to start talking about nuclear weapons.
Beijing has blamed Washington and Tokyo for undermining stability in the Asia Pacific region after they released a joint statement saying “regional challenges” would be addressed by all means, “including nuclear.”
The statement by US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, the first foreign leader to officially visit Biden at the White House, was released on Friday. It criticized China, suggesting its actions “are inconsistent with the international rules-based order” and impact “peace and prosperity” in the region.
The alliance between Washington and Tokyo, on the other hand, “has become a cornerstone of peace and security in the Indo-Pacific region and around the world,” and the two countries “are more prepared than ever to address regional challenges,” the statement continued. Beijing’s activities in the South China Sea were mentioned among the challenges, as well as issues in Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Taiwan.
Oh yeah, that makes sense that the nips would be real worried about human rights abuses in China.
“Japan resolved to bolster its own national defense capabilities… The United States restated its unwavering support for Japan’s defense… using its full range of capabilities, including nuclear,” the statement read.
Beijing condemned the document, saying it went beyond the scope of bilateral relations and interfered in China’s internal affairs. It also endorsed separatist activities, a statement by the Chinese Embassy in the US said on Saturday, as reported by the CGTN news channel.
It’s definitely an interference in internal affairs. It is totally unclear what any of this has to do with America, or for that matter Japan. Japan is in the region and have historical tensions with China, but you would think that would mean they desire better relations with China instead of some wacky nuclear war.
I wrote this really long thing about Tucker’s confrontation with the Jews, and now it needs to be edited. It will be published eventually, hopefully later today or tomorrow. Tucker on Friday gave a great response to Joe Biden’s attempts at war with Russia, but all of the “none of our business” principles also apply to China.
But Tucker is also shilling an aliens hoax, so who knows.
I don’t see any benefit of the right supporting a China war agenda. I guess if the Biden People are planning to hit Russia first, it matters less what Tucker is saying about China, because after a war with Russia, no one is going to want a war with China.
All of these war agendas are bad for the people.
Possibly more importantly: they’re good for the enemy of the people, which is the Jews.