In his public speech beside murderous communist tyrant Xi Jinping of China on Monday, leftist American President Joe Biden struck a respectful tone, urging that China and America could collaborate on “climatic changes” and “food shortages,” but not mentioning human rights.
The two presidents are presently meeting in Bali, Indonesia, where the G20 conference for this year has been scheduled to start on Tuesday. The nations involved have not disclosed a particular agenda for their meeting, and the South China Morning News in Hong Kong claimed that the White House has denied that Biden and Xi would make a joint statement following their meeting.
According to a readout of the conversation, Biden emphasized “human rights more generally” as well as the issue in “Xinjiang,” the Chinese regime’s designation for the Uyghur area of East Turkistan at which the Communist Party is now committing genocide.
Before going down for negotiations, both leaders delivered a brief statement saying that the purpose of their session was to avoid further worsening of the bilateral ties.
According to Xi, Biden highlighted his excitement at seeing Xi in person for the first time in almost five years, and the importance of their personal kindness toward one another in driving the relations between Beijing and Washington toward a peaceful conclusion.
There was no mention concerning any of Xi’s well-documented violations of human rights, most notoriously the genocide of the Muslim-majority population in East Turkistan, which has led to the creation of more than 1,000 concentration camps as well as gang rape, rampant slaughter, and forced sterilization.
“I’m delighted to be able to visit you in person again. We have spent a great deal of time together and also back when we both were vice presidents, and it’s just so lovely to see you,” Biden said to Xi on Monday, according to a White House transcript of their remarks.
“And you and I have had several open and beneficial chats throughout the years, as well as when I became President. You were nice enough to phone me to say congratulations to me, and I congratulate you as well,” Biden added, probably referring to Xi’s “reelection” as president, Communist Party leader, commander-in-chief of the armed services, and almost a dozen other titles at the Congress.
Biden went on to declare that “the world expects” America and China to work together on “global concerns, from climate changes to food shortages, and also that we would be able to work together.”