John Kerry Won’t Let Pesky Things Like China’s Human Rights Get In The Way Of Solving Climate Crisis (scam)

Stuff like that is just very inconvenient for Kerry and the rest of the Cult of Climastrology, and should be ignored, much like Hillary Clinton did while Secretary of State for Obama

(Foreign Policy) FP: Let’s talk about China. This administration has been fairly tough on China. It has accused China of conducting a genocide against the Uyghurs; it has engaged Taiwan; it is reinvigorating the so-called Quad, a group of countries that includes the United States, India, Australia, and Japan. But amid all of this, the Biden White House also really needs China as a partner in fighting climate change. How do you partition this one issue—climate change—from all the other arenas of competition?

JK: Well, I think historically, Ravi, powerful nations that have differences have always been able, almost always been able, to do that. Obviously, North Korea may be an exception for the moment, but usually we’ve been able to come together and be able to try to negotiate and resolve certain differences. The example of that is [former U.S. President] Ronald Reagan in the Soviet Union. He consistently called it the evil empire. He told them to tear down the wall. He was a great advocate for freedom and for democracy. And ultimately, he met with [then-President Mikhail] Gorbachev in Reykjavik, and they came to an agreement that it really didn’t make a lot of sense to have 50,000 warheads pointing at each other on a hair trigger and to be living with that day-to-day danger.

These are the things that make a difference. And right now, climate is enough of an imperative for all of our countries. China doesn’t benefit by not having America as a partner in dealing with climate. And the United States doesn’t benefit from not having China as a partner in climate. So we’re just disciplined. We have differences on economic rules, on cyber. We have other differences on human rights, geostrategic interests, but those differences do not have to get in the way of something that is as critical as dealing with climate. And China made that decision. When I was in China the other day, we negotiated back and forth in good faith. We didn’t have to insult each other or shout at each other. We had a serious, tough conversation, but we managed to find a place and a way to be able to agree and move forward. And I think that opens the door or window to other possibilities in those other arenas. My sense is the Chinese know that there is a benefit to both of us being able to resolve the climate crisis because our citizens are deeply affected by our failure to do so.

Yeah, who cares about all the human rights violations and such from China. I’m sure all the people living in China will be glad for this. These climate cultists are really so invested in the cult that they just do not care about anything that gets in the way of their cult.

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3 Responses to “John Kerry Won’t Let Pesky Things Like China’s Human Rights Get In The Way Of Solving Climate Crisis (scam)”

  1. Hairy says:

    Teach
    What about yourself?when will you stop all sales of anything made in COMMIE china ? How can you criticize others when you have decades of selling China stuff?

    • Kye says:

      Hairy, why do you keep on harping about what Teach sells? And when will you buy a Tesla?

      You do realize there is no correlation between selling Chinese products and getting in bed with communist criminals, don’t you?

  2. Dana says:

    I care about human rights violations in China, but not enough to let it get in the way of other stuff.

    The Chinese Communists care about one thing, and one thing only: retaining dictatorial power. They aren’t going to let the concerns of an American president change anything that they believe they need to do to maintain power.

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