Chinese State Councillor Wang Yi: “There is no way out for the zero-sum games of the United States. Only win-win cooperation between China and the United States is the right path”…

I can’t stop laughing…. just too darned funny.  CTH has long outlined how President Trump has taken the decades-long panda-mask game/approach of Beijing and mirrored it right back upon them.  Today Chinese Coucillor Wang Yi, while delivering a strongly worded statement to G20 ministers, is positively verklempt in his open admission therein.

Our President Trump is the only person who could have delivered this wonderful outcome… well done.  Beijing is very angry about how a U.S. President is disrupting a new world economic order that China has so artfully manipulated for the past two decades.

It is simply beyond delicious.

(Reuters) – The United States is the world’s biggest source of instability and its politicians are going around the world baselessly smearing China, the Chinese government’s top diplomat said on Saturday in a stinging attack at a G20 meeting in Japan.

Relations between the world’s two largest economies have nose-dived amid a bitter trade war – which they are trying to resolve – and arguments over human rights, Hong Kong and U.S. support for Chinese-claimed Taiwan.

Meeting Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok on the sidelines of a G20 foreign ministers meeting in the Japanese city of Nagoya, Chinese State Councillor Wang Yi did not hold back in his criticism of the United States.

[…]  The United States has, for political purposes, used the machine of state to suppress legitimate Chinese businesses and has groundlessly laid charges against them, which is an act of bullying, he added.

“Certain U.S. politicians have smeared China everywhere in the world, but have not produced any evidence.”

The United States has also used its domestic law to “crudely interfere” in China’s internal affairs, trying to damage “one country, two systems” and Hong Kong’s stability and prosperity, he added.

[…] “There is no way out for the zero-sum games of the United States. Only win-win cooperation between China and the United States is the right path.”  (more)

How’d ya like ‘dem apples:

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186 Responses to Chinese State Councillor Wang Yi: “There is no way out for the zero-sum games of the United States. Only win-win cooperation between China and the United States is the right path”…

  1. LCPUSA says:

    first, there is an obvious way out…defeat Trump with your quislings in washington and the media.

    second, china is not capable of compromise.

    third, i wonder if trump actually contemplates the destruction of the CCP? it is not impossible to imagine crowds in the streets in all of their cities…just keep doubling the price of food for them.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Jan Pauliny-Toth says:

      If the US and Brasil both doubled soy prices…China would HAVE to grin and bear it. Why panda to them?

      Liked by 7 people

    • Steve Holland says:

      Great points, especially the part about DJT laying the groundwork to topple the CPC.

      Liked by 4 people

    • bored identity says:

      “….if trump actually contemplates the destruction of the CCP?
      It is not impossible to imagine crowds in the streets in all of their cities…just keep doubling the price of food for them.”

      Yes…and yes.

      2020 is crucial for America’s future.

      If, with God’s Blessing, Cold Anger and Sailer’s Strategy prevail over sixty years of Unitreasonous Demongraphic Engineering – ChinCom’s Silk Fraud will collapse in less than three years.

      Please like if you enjoyed seeing this Cold Anger emblem :

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    • bored identity says:

      Foreign-Born Researchers At US Agencies Were Secretly Working For China And Recruiting Others, Senate Report Finds They accessed US genomic data, absconded with plans for the F-35, and signed US work over to the Communist Party.

      https://dailycaller.com/2019/11/19/china-thousand-talents-fbi-nih-energy/

      Now, Ask Me About Mitch McConnell And His Waifu :

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      • Orville R. Bacher says:

        China has infiltrated every Western country. They steal everything and send it back to the Mother Ship.
        The only reason China presses for “proof” of their crimes, is so they can find another path to cheat by.

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    • Will Hunt says:

      the chinese are alot like the liberal/democrats – their positions are fundamentally unstable, fragile and conceptually unsound so much so that they cannot brook any dissent or agreement with the opposition without complete and total failure of the structure.

      Liked by 4 people

  2. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    Up next…..
    dimm’s cry for impeachment to include bullying of China.
    watch for it
    Shifty to call Xi as fact witness…

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Our a Great President Trump Best ever happens To Great land of America,
    Yes, president keep on Bully well Those chinas cheaters,
    Thank you president and Team,
    Trump 4’more year,2020,

    Liked by 4 people

  4. AIM says:

    This is happening because Trump truly is working for Americans first whereas previous administrations always looked for an angle to also benefit themselves personally. MAGA 2020!!! KAG 2020!!!

    Liked by 3 people

  5. inspectorudy says:

    The Chinese haven’t figured out yet that Trump has been doing this his whole life. He is a con man but shrewd and ruthless when it comes to getting his share in any deal. He is a win-win dealer but will not be swindled by kind words or praise. Until they understand this, they will feel like there can be no progress. Their people will eventually rebel when they can no longer find their favorite foods available. Trump’s job is to convince the weaker Euro-Trash to go along with his tactics. Then China will come to the table with manners.

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    • Joseph Jones says:

      ROLCON. Trump is not a con man. Also, I don’t think you have any real insight into how Trump defines his job, and regardless I don’t think “Euro-trash” is the best term.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Will Hunt says:

      your description of Trump could be used as a template for a CEO employment ad/job description for just about any American company!

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      • Yep, and the only reason that there is any ‘con’ to it is because a politicized system has made that a needed skill.

        Between Regulatory, HR, legal and financial, the company becomes internally a battle of the original vision versus Big Government and PC (diversity for gender, for race, for sexual perversion encouragement (both straight and gay) and anti-Christian vice encroachment and for whomever else can get backing for their grievance) .
        Add marketing into it to include most of the same.

        The con is the word ‘free’ market.

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    • Orville R. Bacher says:

      @inspectorudy.
      What a cheap shot. Aside from that, the rest of your story is true-ish.
      Long before he ran for President, Donald Trump warned about China. Many of us did. But that warning fell on deaf ears, as rootless Globalists, with American I.D. cards, stripped Industrial America bare and sent their Factories to China. And they paid American politicians to bark out, “Free Trade” as if this is some moral imperative.
      The Dictatorship in China played everyone against each other, with few in America, and the Western World, seeing the big China Con.
      Trump is a strategic genius. His critics are too intellectually crippled to see it.

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  6. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    “which is an act of bullying”…..goes right for the throat, don’t he? 🙂

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  7. jarmssite says:

    We win. You lose. That’s the way. Same as with the Nazis, the Imperialist Japanese, and the Soviets.

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  8. scrap1ron says:

    Bullying the bullies. Oh the humanity!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. kneejerkreactionary says:

    Absolutely delicious story! We win again.

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  10. Pew-Anon says:

    Reading that statement, you would think the CCP is getting PR consulting advise directly from their DemoKKKrat satraps in DC:

    “Just project. It works for us. Sort of.”

    Liked by 4 people

    • It wasn’t just Ukraine that made Biden family so popular. Remember their collaboration with the Panda and money that usually American diplomats never see coming out of China to U.S.

      Sleepy uncle (hey female secret service women you better watch while I swim naked!) joe has more than a little of the Clinton snake in himself

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  11. TheLastDemocrat says:

    China is locked in to their type of politics and diplomacy. If things do not work well, they have to force things to work.

    It is a top-down philosophy that sounds like it might work, hypothetically, until you think it through, or try to implement. They have implemented it, and found that thus far with a very strong arm they can force it to work without frank revolution.

    Their govt model depends on a wise, benevolent managerial government, and in a complementary style it depends on citizens who are willing to give the govt this great control, with this huge assumption that the govt will act in the best interests of the citizens, generally, and so individuals must ignore the pain caused to them, individually.

    The problem is that you cannot give a ruling party all power and expect them to be magnanimous. Not until Jesus comes back.

    With what I have said, that assumes the ruling elites in the govt all believe what they are saying and doing. But they cannot, really. BUT – to prop themselves up, they HAVE to play along. They have to salute when the flag is raised. Or, they are out.

    So, at the top, there can be no honesty.

    Sadly, we have been moving in that direction. No transparency, no honesty, with an impenetrable government. Here, the governing elites are trying to make it illegal to express the “wrong” ideas or speak the truth when the truth hurts. Or, to campaign on the truth.

    Some of us “Dems” are red white and blue American loving people. Not these Leftists and Progressives. Believe me I have heard it first hand. We have heard them turn “nationalism” and “patriotism” into slander, inferring rigid non-thinking Nazi tendencies. We have heard them ban the flag because someone’s feelings got hurt. We heard Michelle say “All this for a da^n flag.” This sentiment is part and parcel of Prog.

    Yet – Have you ever seen them wrap themselves up in RWB like they have this recent week? Defying the President’s directions on foreign policy and trying to claim you bleed RWB. Would be funny if not infuriating.

    So, China is locked in: their governors cannot be honest to each other, so it is word-smithing all the way, and patch it together with bribes and skullduggery to make it all work. I don’t want to go there.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      An economy based on wholesale theft will inevitably collapsed when the ability to steal is constricted or removed. Indoctrination eliminates independent thought and thus creativity and thus the ability to invent and innovate.
      But the CCP won’t go down easily. They still have a lot of resources including an enormous mass of people. There is a lot of inertia and momentum. On the other hand, their economy has feet of clay having to support an ever increasing demand for goods.

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  12. Laugh out loud. Panda Trump. Where is the awards committee when we really need them?

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  13. jd says:

    Sure. We are always Good. They are always Bad.
    Don’t we wish.

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  14. George Dixon says:

    China acts on its interests, but not openly. Here is a picture of Chinese armored vehicals ‘sneaking’ into Hong Kong while diguised (poorly) as delivery trucks.

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  15. evergreen says:

    The USA is the world’s greatest source of instability? I’ll grant that U.S. liberals are a destabilizing force, and ours when in power can be exactly the world’s greatest destabilizers.

    That said, Trump and the old guard are the world’s #1 stabilizers, and the pair are gaining more traction these days. If China believed its own comments, it would disengage entirely from the U.S.

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  16. Everett Miller says:

    Put the american (lower case “a”) Globalists on notice: you’re next after the Chicoms.
    Yeah, that means you, Mitch McConnell, who takes $millions from the Communist Chinese through his wife and then sells US out along with the CofC and the K Street multinationals.
    You and your komrads are next. . . .

    Liked by 2 people

    • pepeekeocom says:

      You do know that Mitch’s wife is from Taiwan, not Communist China, don’t you?

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      • De Oppresso Liber says:

        Secretary Chao’s parents are big time shipping magnates that have profited immensely from her contacts with the Chicoms……so much so that they (Mitch & Elaine) were “gifted between $5,000,000 and $25,000,000” (pretty slick leaving such a wide disbursement reporting requirement, huh?) by Elaine’s “parents.”

        I don’t care if she’s from Wisconsin, she’s getting rich by her “association” with known Chicom sympathizers, and it’s DIRTY. More sunlight needed!!!

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  17. Bill Henslee says:

    It appears that the cCP wants to continue with patent and copyright theft, forced sharing of trade secrets, and huge production of dangerous drugs to the detriment of the United States and the benefit of China. Okay. That works for you.
    Meanwhile Trump thinks the world of trade is wider than China and expects other markets from VietNam, Indonesia and India more than willing to begin trading with us on a fairer basis. Maybe both countries became too intertwined with the current trade arrangement that favored China. So we can take a break. Can China?

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  18. gymcy81 says:

    …and the US trade representatives sidestepping the repeat questions by the media of
    ‘what is the date of agreement’?
    …” where it be signed”?
    [ but few questions or reporting upon by the media of the potential content – and the importance, thereof. (peace) ]

    [ the more important thing is getting a good agreement – while avoiding having others pin a date, creating a fleeting, non-relevent goal, hyping up a moment, to report on success (compromised, or no better than before), or failure ]

    After well over a year of discussion, Chinese Coucillor Wang Yi does not sound like he has made much progress in reaching an equitable agreement… yet.

    p.s.
    In contrast,
    given the moving target dates of the House confirming USMCA (a trade deal reached, and written, earlier this year),
    it would seem that the media might ask them (months ago, repeatedly),
    What is the date of confirmation ? (Mx. and Canada already agreed )
    Where will it be signed?

    but…. the Media has not been asking about USMCA, repeatedly, for months…

    Which is quite telling…
    But some others have been asking – and not getting an accurate answer….or obfuscation …

    imho

    “Prove all things,
    hold fast to that which is good.”
    Thess. 5:21

    “do not take any wooden nickels”
    (and there are a lot of those being offered…..and some mis-accepted…)

    love thy neighbors…

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