A White House news release has told, “The President and First Lady Melania Trump are now en route back to Washington, D.C., after a productive and awe-inspiring trip to India this week.”
At this critical time of a global fight against the coronavirus pandemic created by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leadership, what is the significance of Donald Trump’s trip to India, America’s most important ally in South Asia?
At the Munich Security Conference last week, U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper told world leaders and security experts that China is the Pentagon’s “top concern.” He said it is urgent that the international community wakes up to the dangers posed by the country.
Under President Xi Jinping, the country is moving further in the wrong direction, Esper said.
The United States must prepare for a possible military conflict with China by developing new weapons, strengthening ties with allies and improving combat efficiency, a senior Pentagon official said last Thursday.
“The stakes of the challenge of conflict with China, in other words, are formidable,” said Chad Sbragia, deputy assistant secretary of defence for China. “This is a long-term process. We have to be agile, smart.”
As part of President Trump’s fruitful talks with Prime Minister Modi this week, India is set to buy more than $3 billion of advanced American military equipment for its troops.
The U.S. would like to see a stronger India in military that can confront Communist China right on its south gateway.
Addressing a huge audience in India, President Trump said, “There is all the difference in the world between a nation that seeks power through coercion, intimidation, and aggression, and a nation that rises by setting its people free and unleashing them to chase their dreams. And that is India.”
Anyone with some clear mind would think that the nation “that seeks power through coercion, intimidation, and aggression” is Communist China.
“Your nation has always been admired around the Earth as the place where millions upon millions of Hindus and Muslims and Sikhs and Jains, Buddhists, Christians, and Jews worship side by side in harmony; where you speak more than 100 languages and come from more than two dozen states, yet you have always stood strong as one great Indian nation. Your unity is an inspiration to the world.”
While Trump praised the Indian people, he was actually turning down the Communist regime in China who is crashing religious freedom.
The President said, “As we deepen our partnership with India, we remember that our two countries have always been united by shared traditions of democracy and constitutions that protect freedom, individual rights, and the rule of law.”
President Trump sees the importance of the allies in the Indo-Pacific region where China’s military expansion never stops. Trump said and in a Joint Press Statement with Prime Minister Modi of India: “Together, the Prime Minister and I are revitalizing the Quad Initiative with the United States, India, Australia, and Japan. Since I took office, we have held the first Quad meeting — I guess you would call it a meeting, but it seems like so much more than that — and expanded cooperation on counterterrorism, cybersecurity, and maritime security to ensure a free and open Indo-Pacific.”
Chinese overseas whistle-blower Guo Wengui has warned the world that the CCP regime would start a war to divert public attention from its domestic disasters.
Girding to fight the “demon virus,” Chinese President Xi Jinping has likened the anti-epidemic battle to a “people’s war.” And Xi is actually fighting another war within the CCP leadership which is more deadly for him than the coronavirus.
The world must be prepared for the “desperate dog leaping over a wall”.
Everything is just beginning.
By Cloudy Seagail