Beijing Winter Olympics: CCP Kneels and Begs the U.S. Not to Leave


On the live broadcast on January 30th, Miles Guo continuously broke the news in his Gettr video about the CCP’s reaction after the withdrawal of the United States embassy in Beijing.

According to information disclosed by our internal brothers-in-arms, despite the CCP begging the U.S. not to withdraw all the personnel stationed in Beijing at once, the U.S. still dispatched multiple military medical aircraft which had already arrived in the Beijing Capital Airport.

Miles Guo exposes, the CCP has been harassing the U.S. since yesterday for countless times and offered the U.S. various generous conditions to try to persuade it to stay. For instance, resuming the most important personal relationship between the leaders of the two countries, scheduling a video conference call between President Biden and Xi Jinping, as well as promising to work with the U.S. and face various problems of the world together and taking responsibilities.

Miles Guo comments, inside Communist China, the CCP is a wolf in sheep’s clothing in front of the Chinese people; in front of the Western world, it is a sheep in wolf’s clothing. The insiders of the U.S. have strongly despised such a “hooligan” and shameless practice of the CCP. Furthermore, such hooliganistic diplomatic practice by the CCP has caused an extremely negative perception to China and the Chinese people in the international community. It is also an utter humiliation to all the Chinese people around the globe.

Translated by: MOS Education Team – Maverick


Editor in Chief: Saturn

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi threatened the US not to take risks over Winter Olympics and Taiwan issue

The US embassy authorized withdrawal in Beijing didn’t make the CCP lower its “wolf warrior” tone. They continued to alarm the U.S. not interfering with the Beijing Winter Olympics and Taiwan issue or subverting the CCP regime.  However, the US embassy withdrawal formed a series of sanctions and “decoupling” against Communist China in economic, financial, cultural, and political aspects. The diplomatic pressure triggered a domino effect in the international community that the CCP regime started to fade from its previous splendor to demising.

The CCP official news source Xinhua News Agency reported, on January 27th, Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, made urgent mediations regarding the US embassy withdrawal. In a call with US Secretary of State Blinken, Wang stressed, “the most important task for China and the US is to bring President Xi Jinping and President Biden together.  We have implemented the important consensus of ‘mutual respect, peaceful coexistence, and win-win cooperation’ which was reached in the video conference between Biden and Xi last November.” The “consensus” includes no seeking to change China’s regime, no US alliances to oppose China, nor supporting “Taiwan independence.”

Wang Yi believed that “the US diplomatic tone toward China hasn’t changed substantially. The post-pandemic world will face new situations and challenges. The international pressure and confrontation would only drive the Chinese more united and stronger. The current US top priority should be to stop interfering with the Beijing Winter Olympics, stop taking risks on the Taiwan issue, and stop creating various anti-China ‘small groups’”.

Wang’s words revealed the CCP’s deep fear of “The New Federal States of China” and wishes for China-US cooperation in the “post-epidemic era” rather than confrontation. However, Wang’s harsh statements to the US only turned CCP’s wish down. After the US embassy authorized withdrawal, the CCP diplomats continued wolf-fighting tactics without any soft tones, which won’t help solve problems, but push more European countries determined to cut off diplomatic ties with China.

In addition, Wang’s emergency mediation call with Blinken aimed to request the US to stop the Beijing Winter Olympics “interventions,” which indicated CCP’s worries more countries would join the “diplomatic boycott” of the Beijing Winter Olympics.

NPR revealed that Wang complained to Blinken that “President Joe Biden has not changed US (Trump era) tough political and economic policies toward China.”

Reuters reported on January 27th that the United States called China on Thursday to use its influence over Russia. Blinken said: “We call on Beijing to use its influence over Moscow to advance diplomacy.” Although, policy experts doubted that Beijing would standoff to support Washington’s pressure on Russia Putin. China and Russia planned the joint military action – Russia and China will take Ukraine and Taiwan, respectively.

Translated by: MOS Business Team – Xiaohui

Proofread/Edited/Posted by: Wenfei


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