China President Warned Biden – Democracy Is Dying: ‘You Don’t Have the Time’

Joe Biden revealed that after being elected to the White House, Chinese President Xi Jinping cautioned him that democracies are on the decline and that one day “autocracies will run the world.”

“We’re living through a global struggle between autocracies and democracies,” Biden said during his commencement address to the U.S. Naval Academy’s graduating class. Continue reading “China President Warned Biden – Democracy Is Dying: ‘You Don’t Have the Time’”

Is China’s Leader Xi Jinping Destroying the Chinese Communist Party? – VIDEO

After seeing Xi Jinping promoting communism like Mao, it seems far-fetched that he might want to destroy the Chinese Communist Party. But that’s exactly what he’s being accused of. In this episode of China Uncensored, we talk about a mysterious article that appeared slandering Xi Jinping, why he might want to destroy the Party, and what fallen Chinese official Bo Xilai has to do with all of it.

Prince Andrew and China’s CCP President Xi Jinping…

Prince Andrew christened a Confucius Institute and extolled the controversial Chinese government-funded propaganda fronts while also visiting a British company collaborating on China’s exploitative One Belt One Road initiative – with all events occurring alongside President Xi Jinping in 2015. ”

China leader Xi Jinping slammed for his ‘wolf warrior’ tactics…

Key generals have attacked Xi Jinping for squandering China’s big chance. They say his tactics have ruined their chances of world domination.

One man. One party. One country of 1.4 billion people. Little wonder Chairman-for-life Xi Jinping is worried about maintaining absolute authority.

To do so, he’s painted a nationalistic picture of China’s future. It’s as good as – if not greater – than at any point in its 2000-year history.

Now, he has to deliver. That’s not proving so easy.

Floods. Insects. Famine. COVID-19. All are affecting food supplies and prices.

Xi quickly fell back on the tried-and-tested fallback position for most embattled authoritarian leaders: extol the nation’s greatness, its glorious history, its manifest destiny – and blame everybody else for its woes.

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