Celebrating the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) 100th anniversary on Thursday, July 1, its leader President Xi Jinping sent a pugnacious caution to foreign bullies, promising they will “get their heads bashed.”
The hostile warning came after Xi pledged to fulfill the CCP’s “historic mission” to take over Taiwan with Chinese fighter jets and bombers provocatively constantly flying close to the island.
Many international nations are resistant to the Chinese regime’s approach to Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang, and the South China Sea, which is mainly forceful and illegal.
Additionally, Beijing has also become a center of world criticism for its inhumane treatment of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang and its oppression of religious practices inside its territory. As a result, there have been sanctions from multiple countries worldwide imposed on the Asian regime, especially over this issue.
But the CCP continues its expansionist and hostile activity while labeling foreign intervention, including from the United States and other Western countries, as “hegemony and bullying.”
On Thursday, Xi reiterated how the Chinese regime is a victim and declared foreign forces would never “coerce and enslave us.”
“Anyone who dares try to do that will have their heads bashed bloody against the Great Wall of steel forged by over 1.4 billion Chinese people,” he said, as reported by Reuters.
Speaking of democratically-ruled Taiwan, whose freedom and independence the United States supports, Xi said “reunification” is the CCP’s “historic mission.”
“All sons and daughters of China, including compatriots on both sides of the Taiwan Strait, must work together and move forward in solidarity, resolutely smashing any ‘Taiwan independence’ plots,'” he said.
For Hong Kong and Macau, two regions where Beijing has tried to consolidate its power over the past year, Xi said China would “stay true to the letter and spirit of the principle of ‘One Country, Two Systems,'” which sentiment is belied by reality.
Xi mentions the party’s rhetorical endorsement of “socialism,” phrasing how successful the regime has been in reforming the structure of the society.
“The people of China are not only good at destroying the old world, they have also created a new world,” said Xi. “Only socialism can save China.”
Whether that is as Xi describes it or not, it is known that the CCP’s brutal treatment of the innocent ethnic minorities in China offers a different portrait. Practices now exposed to the rest of the world include a set of unimaginable torture methods, forced organ harvesting for sale for profit, forced labor, and forced sterilization.
Likewise, the Biden administration since February has identified China as “the biggest geopolitical challenge” for the United States, with Secretary of State Antony Blinken agreeing that it was right for former President Trump to take a tough stance against the Asian regime, per Fox News.
“President Trump was right in taking a tougher approach to China,” said Blinken during his confirmation hearing. “Not the way he went about it in a number of ways, but the basic principle was right.”