U.S. President Joe Biden

The Biden administration continued its effort to surround China and provoke tensions in the Asia-Pacific last weekend during a summit at Camp David with South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

President Joe Biden, evidently taking notes from Russia that touted its “limitless” partnership with China, told reporters that the U.S. is entering “a new era of partnership” in the region. The Wall Street Journal reported that the U.S. president scored a diplomatic victory by just having the two other men in the same room given the lingering tensions between Seoul and Tokyo over Japan’s colonial occupation of South Korea from 1910 to 1945.

“This is the first summit I’ve hosted at Camp David, and I can think of no more fitting location to symbolize our new era of cooperation,” Biden said, according to Politico.

The paper noted that China is an economic behemoth in the region, and both Japan and South Korea do not want to explicitly identify China as the cause of this triumvirate. Beijing sees this coalition as another NATO forming at its doorstep—a claim that the U.S. has denied.

“This partnership, is not against anyone, it is for something,” Jake Sullivan, Biden’s national security adviser, said, according to the paper. “It is for a vision of the Indo-Pacific that is free, open, secure, and prosperous.”

Biden seemed to be a little more assertive than Sullivan about the summit’s true meaning. He told reporters that the alliance would be “unwavering in our unity and unmatched in our resolve.”

Wang Wenbin, the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, said, “Attempts to cobble together various exclusionary groupings and bring bloc confrontation and military blocs into the Asia-Pacific are not going to get support and will only be met with vigilance and opposition from regional countries.”

TRENDPOST: The Trends Journal has reported extensively on how the U.S. aims to counter the rise of China by surrounding the country and choking it economically. (See “CHINA ACCUSES U.S. OF ‘TECH BULLYING’ AFTER BIDEN’S LATEST MOVE TO HURT CHINA” 15 Aug 2023, “U.S. WEAPONIZES THE WORLD: BIDEN ANNOUNCES ANOTHER $345 MILLION IN MILITARY AID FOR TAIWAN, WITH CHINA IN FOCUS” 1 Aug 2023, “JAPAN SAYS MILITARY RUSSIA/CHINA IS A THREAT” 1 Aug 2023, and “U.S. CONTINUES TO PROVOKE CHINA, SENDS ITS BIGGEST SUB TO SOUTH KOREA” 5 Jul 2023.) 

To further prove that the meeting in Camp David is a statement of military confrontation with China, the U.S. and South Korea conducted a joint large-scale military exercise the following day. The exercise, called Ulchi Freedom Shield, is expected to last 11 days… including 30 field training events that imagine an “all-out war scenario.”

But you won’t read about that in the mainstream news. Politco’s article actually praised Biden for stoking tensions, stating that it shows how comfortable the lifelong politician is at conducting foreign policy. 

“White House aides believe the agreements will be judged by history as a signature accomplishment of a president who is deeply comfortable on matters of foreign policy. Once Russia invaded Ukraine, Biden rallied NATO and other democracies to Kyiv’s defense, revitalizing alliances and making the battle against autocracies a centerpiece of his presidency,” the magazine bullshitted. 

Gerald Celente has long said the business of China is business; the business of the U.S. is war. Washington continues to grasp onto its global dominance by trying to suppress foreign nations that they see as a threat to U.S. superiority. 

While Politico may look at such dealings as a sign of strength, it is, to us, just a sign of insecurity. Indeed, America has not won a war since WWII and their uniting to defeat China militarily will end in defeat… for the entire world since the confrontation will go nuclear.

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