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1. Secretary of State Pompeo Voids Restrictions on Diplomatic Contacts with Taiwan
On January 9th, Secretary of State Pompeo tweeted that “Today, I am lifting all self-imposed restrictions on executive branch agencies’ interactions with their counterparts from Taiwan. This action will benefit both of our great democracies.” The US Department of State issued a statement “Lifting Self-Imposed Restrictions on the U.S.-Taiwan Relationship” correspondingly. The statement stated that “Taiwan is a vibrant democracy and reliable partner of the United States”, and “two democracies share common values of individual freedom, the rule of law, and a respect for human dignity”. However, China does not appear in the whole article, but is replaced by the “Communist regime in Beijing”. This is essentially an attitude toward recognition of the Taiwan, beyond the framework of the Three Communiqués and the 1992 Consensus.
2. Further Normalization of US-Taiwan Relations
The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Kraft will visit Taiwan from January 13 to January 15. The CCP has criticized this visit as a “crazy provocation.” On January 9th, Secretary of State Pompeo and the US Department of State issued another Taiwan-related statement. This series of actions promoted the further normalization of US-Taiwan relations and laid a solid foundation for the United States’ official announcement of the end of the One-China policy in the future. Next, the United States will have a series of actions related to Taiwan, which will be a fatal blow to the current Xi Jinping’s communist regime and will also cause further internal struggles and divisions within the CCP.
3. Analysis of The CCP’s Potential Response Strategy
The United States has successively promulgated policies towards Taiwan, exerting tremendous pressure on the CCP. This time, the statement was in fact made based on the state of two countries. Accelerator-in-Chief Xi has always advocated the proactive policy most. If substantive actions are taken under internal and external troubles, the United States quickly eliminates the CCP as a consequence. However, if Xi does not act, it will be the established fact that the United States recognizes the Taiwanese government, laying a solid foundation for the next step to deny the Communist regime in Beijing.
4. The Paris Agreement is a Fraud
Today Secretary of State Pompeo mentioned that “U.S. compliance with the Paris Agreement would cost us +/- 2.7 million jobs by 2025. President Trump’s withdrawal from this bad deal would put Americans first.” The climate change fraud like the Paris Agreement is essentially the redistribution of energy & industries. It’s an important part of layout of global industries for the Rebooting Plan. CCP used communist ideology to make scientists into gods, inculcated scientific ideas, and then redistributed economic interests. This process was to transfer industries to CCP, using cheap labors to produce low-priced products but exploiting the Chinese people, and finally realized the redistribution of power and economic. It was a new religious cult combining science & technology for ruling humanity. The withdrawal of U.S. was the return of U.S. industries and the decoupling of CCP model.
5. NATO Backed the U.S. to Withdraw from Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty
Today Secretary of State Pompeo said: All NATO Allies backed our decision to withdraw from the failed INF Treaty. The U.S. withdrew from Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty last year. CCP was not restricted by this treaty, so it has been researching nuclear weapon. And now the U.S. has also been free to develop intermediate-range nuclear weapon. If the U.S. were to deploy intermediate-range ballistic missiles in Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea, it could cover the South China Sea and most areas of CCP. Although the withdrawal was submitted to NATO, actually, it was the future deployment for the Indo-Pacific region.
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