U.S. President Donald Trump mentioned decoupling with China in a Fox News interview on Sunday, but Chinese dissident Miles Guo posted a Getter on the same day saying that it is too late for the US to start the decoupling process with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), because the CCP has accelerated its insanity in the most vicious way like a death-train rushing to hell.
Even though the Trump administration brought up decoupling last year, but there has been strong opposition within the US including Wall Street and Silicon Valley. But the US-CCP decoupling is unstoppable.
Miles Guo did not provide any details on the CCP’s “death-train” plan, but the CCP always intends to bring down the world with it.
CCP’s Response to Decouple on Aug 24
Reuters: US President Trump in an interview aired on Sunday said the US could decouple with China if the US wasn’t treated well when responding to China-related questiions. Do you have an comment on that?
CCP’s spokesperson Zhao Lijian: We’ve also taken note of his remarks. I would like to stress three points.
First, over the past four decades or so since diplomatic ties were established, despite twists and turns, China and the US have all along maintained the momentum of steady development in bilateral relations by managing disagreements and differences and properly handling sensitive issues from a historical and overall perspective. China-US cooperation is mutually-beneficial, not a one-way street. The expanding practical cooperation has brought tremendous benefits for the two countries and peoples. Some American politicians claim falsely that the US has been ripped off by China and that China’s development is a gift from the US. In essence, they are driven by ideological bias to hype up the so-called China threat theory and the Cold War and zero-sum game mentality. Such backpedaling shows their disregard for facts and disrespect for history.
Second, the development of China and the US is not mutually-exclusive. We are more than capable of drawing on each other’s strength to achieve common development. The two countries should work together to strengthen bilateral relations and shoulder their due global responsibilities rather than decoupling with each other. Globalization is the reality of our times and the path to greater social progress. In particular, as the world enters the post-COVID era, countries are all confronted with the tasks of resuming work and production, reviving the economy, and keeping domestic industrial and supply chains stable. No country can do this alone. Only by sticking together and lending each other a helping hand can we get through the hard times. Trying to solve domestic problems through decoupling is like looking for fish in trees or drinking poison to quench thirst. The country doing so will eventually harm the interests of its own businesses and people.
Third, China’s policy toward the US is highly consistent and stable. In the meantime, we are also prepared for possible bumps and storms ahead. We urge certain US politicians to redress their mistakes, return to reason, correctly view and handle China-US relations and stop harming Chinese interests and smearing China so as to bring bilateral ties back to the right track at an early date.
Miles Guo Discloses Bad News from China
The Chinese Communist Party’s acceleration in the most vicious way could leave no chance for the US-China decoupling because the CCP is rushing toward its demise, the hell.
It is impossible for the American people and the world to negotiate a decoupling with the devils from hell. It is probably laughable to talk about decoupling now.
What the world will soon face is how to survive, and how to stop a great famine in China, Chinese famine refugees, and worldwide humanitarian disasters.
Nobody can stop these from happening, because of the greed of the politicians in the US and China, the opportunism, and the devastation brought upon us by Wall Street. It is only a matter of time for these to happen.
Since yesterday (Aug 22), the CCP has put themselves and the Chinese people on a “death train” rushing to hell. Nobody can stop them!
[According to the Reuters, President Trump said this Sunday in a Fox News interview that the US will decouple with China economically. President Trump told the interviewer Steve Hilton: “we don’t have to” do business with China, and then later said about decoupling: “Well it’s something that if they don’t treat us right I would certainly, I would certainly do that.”]