Why Doesn’t the CCP Make Its Anti-U.S. Bill Public?

An elite military force, U.S. Navy SEALs, will shift from ‘counterterrorism’ to focus on global threats such as Communist China and Russia.  And more personnel are adding to the SEAL platoons to beef up capabilities in cyber and electronic warfare and unmanned systems.

  • Given that SEALS is under U.S. Navy, it means that Russia is not the main target of the United States, but Communist China is.
  • Since the media have disclosed this matter, it shows that the United States has been planning to deploy for Taiwan, the first island chain, and the South China Sea for a long time.

China’s state media provided their own assessment and evaluation of Biden’s first 100 days. Global times concludes that Biden’s keynote is to keep predecessor’s China policy. 

  • The relationship between the two parties in the U.S. is like a husband and wife fighting. When a foreign enemy does come to attack their family, they fight in unison. Now after Biden’s first 100 days, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) finally understands this.

Xia Ke Dao, the Weibo account  of People’s Daily, published an article about the Strategic Competition Act of 2021 with the headline “Another bill against China, these U.S. politicians are too LOW”

  • The CCP should also release their anti-America bills for the world to read in order to show us how transparent their system of government is.
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