Biden Regime Issues Threat to China About Crossing Red Line
Towards the end of February, the Biden regime threatened to punish China if it sent military aid to Russia to assist it in its military operations in Ukraine.
However, as the Daily Caller reported, the regime hasn’t publicly revealed how it would exactly punish China.
China has repeatedly denied it’s flirting with the idea of sending weapons and ammunition to Russia. Instead, China has positioned itself as more of a mediator in this instance. However, the US allegedly possesses intelligence indicating that Chinese authorities are mulling the idea of supplying direct military aid to Ukraine. Secretary of State Antony Blinken issued this warning on a CBS News clip released on February 18, 2023.
“We have made very clear to China that providing lethal weapons to Russia for use in Ukraine or systematically aiding sanctions evasion would cause real consequences in our relationship with China. We’re not going to lay out what the consequences would be,” a State Department spokesperson said to the Daily Caller News Foundation.
“China understands what’s at risk were it to proceed with providing material support of that kind to Russia. And it would cause a real problem for China in its relationships with many other countries, not just the United States,” the spokesperson continued.
American officials shared “disturbing” trends revealing Chinese involvement in Russia’s war effort against Ukraine, per a CNN report published on February 18. Vice President Kamala Harris and US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield expressed similar concerns and threatened to punish China if it goes through with the military aid transfer, CNN reported.
“We also have to be clear that if there are any thoughts and efforts by the Chinese and others to provide lethal support to the Russians in their brutal attack against Ukraine, that that is unacceptable,” Thomas-Greenfield said to CNN. “That would be a red line.”
“Looking ahead, any steps by China to provide lethal support to Russia would only reward aggression, continue the killing, and further undermine a rules-based order,” Harris said to the audience at the Munich Security Conference on February 18, per the CNN report.
US authorities do believe that China has cranked up economic and technical assistance to Russia since the start of Russia’s incursion in Ukraine. The main fear in the DC Swamp is that China will provide a strong amount of military aid in the near future.
To date, we have seen Chinese companies – and, of course, in China there is really no distinction between private companies and the state – we have seen them provide non-lethal support to … Russia for use in the Ukraine,” Blinken said to CBS News.
Indeed, there are legitimate questions to be asked about what the US will actually do to China if it provides military aid to Russia. China is a nuclear power, it’s no Afghanistan and Iraq that will simply get bullied around by the West. It has legitimate interests abroad.
It goes without saying, the US has no real reason to be getting involved in the Russo-Ukrainian conflict. Moreover, it has no reason to be picking a fight with another nuclear power — China in this case.
To be sure, there are issues with China that the US will need to hammer out with regards to trade policy and immigration. That said, such matters do not require the US to go to war with China over them. Instead, tough diplomacy and nationalistic reforms such as protectionism and immigration restriction will put the country on the right path.
Unfortunately, the US is governed by neoconservative/neoliberal types who do not care for realism and restraint in foreign affairs. As a result, perpetual conflict is practically a given at this point.