China has been left out of the Two-Day Virtual Summit with countries, including Russia and Hungary and responded to anger, accusing the President of the United States Joe Biden to pest the ideological refrigeration of War-era.
Beijing, China: China on Saturday called America’s democracy a “weapon of mass destruction,” following the United States’ Democracy Summit aimed at supporting like-minded allies in the face of autocratic regimes . China was excluded from the two-day virtual summit with countries like Russia and Hungary and responded by angrily accusing
US President Joe Biden of fueling Cold War ideological divisions. “‘Democracy’ has long become a ‘weapon of mass destruction’ used by the United States to interfere with other countries,” said a spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs.
In an online statement, which also accused the United States of “being the instigator” of color revolutions “abroad.” ) inciting division and confrontation. Instead, Beijing vowed to “resist and resolutely oppose all kinds of pseudo-democracy.” Ahead of the summit, China launched a propaganda blitz criticizing American democracy as corrupt and a failure.
Instead, he touted his own version of “the People’s Democracy of the Whole Process” in a white paper released last week that aimed to defend the legitimacy of the ruling Communist Party, which has become increasingly authoritarian under President Xi Jinping.
While the United States has repeatedly denied that there would be another Cold War with China, tensions between the world’s two largest economies have increased in recent years over issues such as business and technology competition human rights and globalization.
The US Treasury on Friday sanctioned two senior Chinese officials for human rights violations in the Xinjiang region and blacklisted Chinese surveillance company AI SenseTime for its facial recognition technology that targets the Uyghur minority.
Taiwan, an autonomous democratic island claimed by China, has been invited to the US summit in a blatant affront to its bigger neighbor. But Beijing received a boost in the middle of Biden’s summit when Nicaragua abandoned its previous diplomatic alliance with Taiwan, saying it only recognized China. The announcement leaves Taiwan with just 14 Allied diplomats. In response, the US State Department called on “all countries that value democratic institutions” to “expand their engagement” with the island.