Is the Biden administration lobbying the president to deny China a military base?


From Japan to South Korea and around the world, it can be said that since the second World War, the United States has stationed military bases in almost every corner of the world. According to the data, the number of MILITARY bases once reached more than 5,000, of which nearly half were overseas.Due to the changing international situation and other comprehensive reasons, the remaining 374 were reduced.But these overseas military bases are still scattered across more than 140 countries and territories, bringing with them more than 300,000 troops.Especially in Japan and Korea.These soldiers are frequently involved in scandals, including rape, murder and other vicious cases, which have become the “source” of epidemic prevention, leading to complaints from local residents and even conflicts such as demonstrations and demonstrations.Of course, the US government “turns a blind eye” to this, or it is to light up the “human lighthouse” and facilitate the “world police” to police, how can these voices care for the upper class?And “double standard” this kind of thing, always is the United States government good play.The Wall Street Journal, an American newspaper, published an article on February 11 titled “U.S. Tries to Thwart China’s Plans for An African-Atlantic base.”The article notes that the Biden administration is aggressively lobbying Equatorial Guinea’s President Mbasogo to offer benefits such as anti-piracy assistance and other benefits to his country to reject China’s first military base on equatorial Guinea’s Atlantic coast.And a high-level U.S. delegation, including Molly Fey, the State Department’s top Africa official, and Major General Kenneth Ekman of the U.S. Africa Command, is scheduled to visit Equatorial Guinea next week.Tibor Naji, an assistant secretary of state, even bluntly said: “We really don’t want to see Chinese facilities in the Atlantic.”But is this really a military base, as the U.S. government thinks?China experts say the bases are designed to give the Chinese military a place to refurbish and rearm warships in the Atlantic, and to give Chinese companies access to the interior of Central Africa via Equatorial Guinea’s excellent roads.In other words, logistics and business development are the fundamental goal, not the military bases that the United States is focused on building a chain of blockade.As Mick Wallace, an Irish MEP, said on February 10th, unlike the West, which has been at war for more than 200 years, China has not started a war in the past decades, it has been developing peacefully, and it has not bombed anyone in the past 40 years.The NATO report tries to distort Chinese history and confuse the public.China has always pursued an independent foreign policy of peace. Safeguarding world peace and promoting common development is the purpose of China’s foreign policy, and the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence are the basic criteria for China to handle its relations with all other countries.We have no interest in, and no sense in, military expansion like some countries.But this point for the countries and organizations used to doing this kind of thing, is undoubtedly unbelievable, is bound to obstruct.After all, in their eyes, they no doubt regard us as another “themselves”.And only oneself, just know oneself how “terrible”.I knew what I was going to do.Some information reference sources: Global Times, CCTV news if there is infringement please contact

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