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President Xi Jinping’s official visit to Washington, and all of that one-on-one face time with Barak “I’m good at killing Muslims” O’Drona, can be quickly parsed as follows:
Xi Jinping and Obama will say a lot of things and make a number of promises during their consultations together this week. That includes the liberalization of China’s state owned enterprises (SOEs). The Communist Party of China (CPC) will never relinquish control of many, many key sectors of the economy. Baba Beijing understands that the West is just slobbering to come in to pillage and rape the country. If that were to happen, the West would turn the People’s Republic of China (PRC) into scores of balkanized, bloody Ukraines, and Xi & Co. know it. They’ve read their history and their parents all lived it, viscerally.
The “non-cybersleuthing” of each others’ corporations is dead on arrival (DOA), since almost every Western business in China of a certain size, is and will continue to act as information conveyor belts for the NSA complex. Even if the CEOs make the pledge, the CIA, MI6, DGSE, BND, etc., have so many thousands of non-official covers (NOCs) in the Fortune 500, that they can’t control it. Thus, the Chinese will keep on doing the same and as we can see in the news, and in spite of their official denials, their Ministry of State Security (MSS) is very, very good at it. Good on ‘em, as they say Down South.
So far, the defense agreement is probably the most important one signed, the results of which will be more verifiable to all interested parties, and which will hopefully avert an accidental World War III. Not surprisingly, it was mostly censored, as far as I can see, behind the Great Western Firewall, since it does not fit the “stand tall-be tough-do as we command” paradigm of the imperial, Washington-London-Paris consensus. These days, we can throw in Tokyo, Ottawa and Canberra as well.
Finally, Xi announcing during his trip to the United States that China will invest $3 billion in developing countries to reduce their emissions of carbon, leaves America holding the environmental desecration-bag, in hand. The United States of Fortune 500 cannot really seriously do anything to reduce its corporatocracy’s bottom line. So, in all likelihood, in the years to come, Baba Beijing will be going it alone, in trying the save humanity from ecosystem implosion. With almost 20% of the world’s people, China’s concern for the human race is existential.
In sum, President Xi Jinping came and left Washington, looking and acting more like the world’s dependable, trustworthy head of state, than CIA-Deep State puppet Barak Obama ever could. This is all just emblematic of how much Planet Earth’s geopolitics have changed in the last generation, and how much they are continuing to flow to the favor of the Anti-West, headed by the empire killing, dynamic duo of China and Russia.
Jeff J. Brown—The Greanville Posts’s Beijing correspondent— is the author of 44 Days (2013), Reflections in Sinoland – Musings and Anecdotes from the Belly of the New Century Beast (summer 2015), and Doctor WriteRead’s Treasure Trove to Great English (2015). He is currently writing an historical fiction, Red Letters – The Diaries of Xi Jinping, due out in 2016. Jeff is commissioned to write monthly articles for The Saker and The Greanville Post, touching on all things China, and the international political & cultural scene.
Source: 44 Days.