China is trying to rule the world: US Secretary of State

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken establishes a new world order characterized by illegalism that allows China to rule the world on its first official trip to Australia for the Japan-US-Australia-India Strategic Dialogue Said that.

Talk to Australian person Blinken said in an exclusive interview newspaper that in recent years the world has become more aggressive internationally and more oppressive domestically.

“In my opinion, there is no doubt that China’s long-term ambitions will be a leading force in military, economic, diplomatic and political power, not only in the region but also in the world,” the Secretary of State said. Said. “What we have seen in recent years is that China is acting more oppressively at home and more aggressively towards the region.”

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On December 28, 2019, a man was detained by riot police during a demonstration at a shopping mall in the Sheung Shui district of Hong Kong. (AnthonyKwan / Getty Images)

He emphasizes that Australia, the United States, and other like-minded nations believe it is important to resist this action, and that they defend a positive and free order. Stated.

He reiterated that in a 7:30 report by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, stating that the allies’ focus is on supporting norms, rules and values ​​that unify the order based on the rules of the world. ..

“What we are doing is supporting the norms, rules, standards and values ​​that unite us. Therefore, this is not specifically against anyone. It is against the rule-based order, Make sure you follow those rules and principles when challenged, “Blinken said.

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PLA Navy warships and fighters will participate in a military exhibition in the South China Sea on April 12, 2018. (Reuters)

“That’s because it has supported people’s peace, security, and opportunities for decades, so when they are challenged, we have a duty to stand up.”

Comments from Blinken Secretary of State thanked AustraliaPrime Minister Scott Morrison took leadership in the formation of QUAD at the start of the dialogue on Friday.

“We are not only your hospitality in bringing us together, but we have advanced the quad over the past few months, and by bringing together our four democracies, we are constructive and concrete to all. Thank you for showing that we can bring about positive results.

“People deserve to live freely. Each country deserves the freedom to cooperate and connect with the people they choose. And together, we deserve us to benefit all. It can be shown to be effective. That is the spirit we are doing and we are grateful for Australia’s leadership. “

Brinken’s visit was made by ASIO Governor Mike Burgess, head of Australian intelligence, and Australian opposition Australian Labor Party (ALP) targeting Beijing to introduce Manchurian Labor Party candidates to the Australian government. It revealed that. Upcoming federal elections.

Burgess said the espionage agency confused the plot and briefed both the Australian Prime Minister and the leader of ALP Anthony Albanese.

Albanese spoke to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on February 11 with Burgess that day, and Burgess was not pre-selected by the Labor Party to run for elections for any of the candidates targeted by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). He said he “reconfirmed” that. ..

“I haven’t expressed any concern about any of my candidates,” Albanese said in a federal election that hadn’t been convened yet.

The Australian Labor Party has historical ties to the Chinese Communist Party’s administration, and Gough Whitlam, the Labor Party’s longest-serving leader, was one of the first Western political leaders to meet with the Communist Party Prime Minister Zhou Enlai in 1971. It is a person. Henry Kissinger, US National Security Adviser.

According to Dr. Stephen FitzGerald of Western Sydney University Whitlam InstituteWhitlam’s visit paved the way for diplomatic relations and the resumption of international trade with China, influencing the way Australia interacted with the Chinese Communist Party and China.

Victoria Kelly Clark


Victoria Kelly-Clark is an Australian-based reporter focusing on the national political and geopolitical environment of the Asia-Pacific region, the Middle East and Central Asia.

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