President Xi spoke virtually at the G20 leaders’ summit on Saturday. According to the state-run news agency, Xinhua, the Chinese president brought up four specific areas where he believes “more efforts are needed” to stop the virus that his country unleashed on the world.
His four area are:
- Build a global firewall against Covid
- Ensure the smooth functioning of the global economy
- harness the role of the digital economy
- pursue more inclusive development
President Xi wants to “build a global firewall against COVID-19.” He said that countries need to “speed up action, and support the WHO in mobilizing and consolidating resources and distributing vaccines fairly and efficiently.”
This sounds eerily similar to Ezekiel Emanuel, a member of Joe Biden’s Covid-19 task force and co-author of a paper pleading with the United States “against vaccine nationalism.”
In the paper, Emanuel cautions U.S. pharmaceutical companies against President Trump’s ‘America First’ vaccine rollout. He, like President Xi of China, wants the U.S. government to give other countries the vaccine first in a roll-out called the ‘Fair Priority Model.’
America has arguably been the hit hardest by the pandemic and developed the vaccines in question. Under no uncertain terms should any other country – friend or foe – be given priority over America.
President Xi wants governments worldwide to set up and use a QR code system that will track the health and COVID status of international travelers. President Xi spoke at the summit on Saturday, where he brought up the possibility of the ‘global mechanism.’
The country is already using a QR code health certificate system within its borders. The QR code stores a person’s travel and health history.
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I’m sure China is not using this as another way to spy on its citizens. *insert heavy eye roll here*
He says that the international tracking system will “ensure the smooth functioning of the global economy.” He says, “while containing the virus, we need to restore secure and smooth operation of global industrial and supply chain.”
President Xi calls on other governments to “reduce tariffs and barriers, and explore the liberalization of trade of key medical supplies.”
China, the country that priced gauged America and other nations trying to secure personal protection equipment, wants world leaders to agree to “explore the liberalization of trade and key medical supplies.” *insert another heavy eye roll here*
The speech is a list of ways the world could help China, and only China, secure its footing back as a world economic leader. They are saying it under the disguise of “globalism,” but the reality is, China does not care about the starving and dying people in other countries. China doesn’t even care about the starving and dying people within its country.
China wants to win at all costs. This is why President Xi put so much emphasis on “the role of the digital economy” and the “pursuit of a more inclusive development.”
Companies like Amazon – who trade in cheap goods made in sweatshops in China – saw their profits sore during the lockdowns. Billions of people needed goods, and those people relied on online services to bring it to them.
China wins big when people rely on digital companies for goods and services rather than a traditional brick and mortar store.
President Xi wants to “foster an enabling environment for the development of the digital economy, enhance data security cooperation, strengthen the digital infrastructure, and level the playing field for high tech companies.”
He claims that if we continue to “accelerated the development of a contact-free economy,” it will “open new pathways for economic growth.” President Xi called on other world leaders to “increase the level of debt suspension and relief for countries facing particular difficulties.”
Where was China before the pandemic hit? President Trump won the trade war. President Trump leveled strict and powerful tariffs on China that brought back our nation’s farming, manufacturing, and energy sectors to all-time highs.
Everything that China’s president suggested in his G20 summit speech puts China’s interest first while scolding America and the rest of the world for wanting to take the same approach.
China’s president mimicked many Democrats in America when he said, “We ought to adapt to change and turn crisis into opportunity.”
President Trump is not interested in the globalist agenda or “the great reset.” Americans should feel confident that as long as President Trump is in the oval office, Americans will be put first.