China Claims World Leadership Role, Excludes Biden from World Leaders List

Exclusive: Chinese state propaganda outlet Global Times published a piece essentially setting the genocidal Chinese Communist Party (CCP) up to be imperial head of a tributary world. The article boasted about China’s “wisdom” and “China-proposed solutions” and the “guiding role of head-of-state diplomacy and implications of Chinese diplomacy” after the recent CCP congress (where Xi Jinping also basically established himself as dictator-for-life), and listed off the many important heads of state with whom Xi met at the G20 summit, as if listing the tribute-giving rulers of an empire’s vast dominions.

But do you know who wasn’t mentioned? US “President” Joe Biden. And that’s despite the fact that Biden broadcasted his Chinese puppet status and America’s new weakness to the world by dressing up in costume like the CCP icon and the greatest mass murderer of all time, Mao Zedong, not long before he met with Xi.

China has threatened the US with war—including nuclear war—multiple times. The CCP already told its people in 2019 it was entering a war phase with the US. Meanwhile China’s ally Russia has reportedly killed two people in Poland with a missile strike, and Biden is refusing to answer questions about it.

The CCP is expecting soon to rule the world, and our feckless “leader,” whose party just stole another election, is playing dress-up to express submission to that plan. God help us all.

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Posted by CatSalgado32

Catherine Salgado is a columnist for The Rogue Review, a Writer for MRC Free Speech America, and writes her own Substack, Pro Deo et Libertate. She received the Andrew Breitbart MVP award for August 2021 from The Rogue Review for her journalism.

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