As Biden himself and his officials have been in charge of affirming in these first 50 days, the only thing that matters to him is making the world work under the aegis of American values that mean imposition, pain and death. His own people have been able to verify this through the government's handling of the pandemic, which has caused more than half a million deaths, evidence that the health of citizens is of very little importance and their sacrifice is understood as a consequence. of the actions of China and the WHO.
It is already known that Biden ordered the bombing of Syria on February 25 to allegedly attack the popular militias that face the illegal presence of the United States in the country, thus equating himself - very quickly - with his predecessor from whom he claimed to differentiate himself.
Regarding China, he said that it is the strategic enemy with which an "extreme competition" will be established. Speaking of President Xi Jinping, he considered that: "He does not have a single democratic bone in his body and I do not mean it as a criticism, but it is a reality."
In spite of everything, if any possibility of rapprochement and / or understanding could be expected in the relationship between the two powers, it was totally ruled out after the high-level talks held in Anchorage, Alaska, on March 18 and 19. The brutally aggressive speech and remote from any diplomatic practice of Secretary of State Anthony Blinken claiming the Chinese government for its actions in Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan, which are the absolute responsibility of Beijing, cleared the idea of a policy change from the panorama regarding the Trump administration. In some respects, the new secretary of state was even more provocative and bellicose than his predecessor Mike Pompeo, which is saying a lot.
Regarding Russia, Biden created a "smokescreen" by saying that his country will no longer submit to his aggressive actions as if it were Russia that is applying a fierce policy of sanctions to the United States and not the other way around. He continued the tirade stating that his administration was committed to countering the "authoritarianism" of both Beijing and Moscow, he insisted on his desire to distance himself from Trump, which is still laughable. In a wartime harangue, he assured that the United States must "stand there in the face of the advance of authoritarianism, in particular China's growing ambitions and Russia's desire to weaken our democracy." Emboldened, he asserted that he had made it clear to President Putin that "in a very different way from my predecessor, the time when the United States submitted to the aggressive acts of Russia is over." More recently, he concluded his "assessment" of Russia by saying that he believed that President Vladimir Putin was a murderer. This opinion does not deserve further comment, it can only be explained by observing that Biden fell three times on the ladder that took him to the presidential plane.
Commenting on Iran, he said he will not lift economic sanctions against it unless Tehran first reduces its uranium enrichment to the level it agreed to in the 2015 international treaty aimed at restricting the development of nuclear weapons. It was the United States that withdrew from that treaty, imposing strong sanctions and threats on the Persian nation, also assassinating one of its main military leaders in total violation of international law. When Biden was asked directly in an interview whether the United States would lift the sanctions first, to bring Iran back into negotiations, Biden simply replied, "No."
Referring to Cuba, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki assured that a change in her country's policies towards the Caribbean island is not among the priorities of the Joe Biden government, departing from her own statements in which she stated that she would review the measures. of Trump to counteract those that President Obama had generated.
In relation to Venezuela, the spokesman for the State Department, Ned Price, said that they did not expect any contact with the government of President Maduro and that they would continue with Trump's failed and defeated policy of recognizing the failed Juan Guaidó as interim president of Venezuela.
Friend who reads these lines, as lawyers say: "I refer to the evidence." Don't be fooled by simple tinterillos, bombastic spokespersons, mediocre analysts, mercenary journalists and cheap politicians who have sold you that the Democrats are salvation. That, in addition to being false, leads to demoralization because it will never happen, but what is worse, it leads to demobilization and lowering our guard. We have to know that whoever governs the United States, imperialism does not change its status as a quarrelsome world superiority one iota. We must be vigilant and trust in our own strength and in the intelligence and infinite capabilities of the people.
Only masks change, by Mikail Çiftçi, Turkey