Some critical reflections on the 3rd round of China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue

[Editorial]

 

Some critical reflections on the 3rd round of China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue

 

Not only people in China and US but also many in the world might have closely watched the globally-televised “3rd Round of China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue” in May.

However, while genuinely wishing the newly-born relationship between “G-2” powers continues to grow broader, deeper and farther for a better future of the whole humanity, many simultaneously wonder and question, with credible concerns, if that newly-launched relationship could go well without stumbling blocks due to huge differences both nations have.

Which means is if their relations could be really based upon the principles of “mutual-respect and –trust” or not.

But many in the world are deeply concerned if US, in its relations to the other party whom many would readily give a better credit to, for sure as a “much more credible” one than the other, could faithfully stay in its bilateral relationship for a longtime to come without employing its habitual deceptions, gimmicks, and/or tricks, or in other words its well-known “imperial ambitions.”

Soon after President Hu Jintao finished his official state visit to Washington, D.C. late January, probably by far the most warmongering hegemony-seeking power the US stunned the world with another (!) deceptive card in Arab world of North Africa region.

The US soon began to let the word so-called “Jasmine Revolution” spread around the world through its global corporate media outlets. However, the “Jasmine Revolutions” in Arab world are turned out to be basically another pseudo “democracy, freedom and human rights” political gimmicks in disguise of “people’s revolution.”

In essence, it’s another disguised strategy as part of its ongoing global strategy to dominate the world by destabilizing and disrupting sovereign nations with its “regime change” cards against any anti-imperialist, independent and/or socialist governments around the world such as DPRK (North Korea), Libya, Syria, Iran and so on including China.

This power-hungry but already bankrupted, discredited therefore rapidly declining Empire, while it begs for money and help, still hasn’t given up its centuries-old dirty habits to invade, bomb, destroy, massacre, torture and rob others’ territories, natural, financial and human resources.

Of course, whenever needs arise, they do love to “assassinate” their either real enemies or fabricated ones or both, as they claim they did against Osama bin Laden in May 1.

Now they do it in Libya. They try to assassinate Gaddafi the leader of sovereign nation Libya. They try hard to do it in Iran and Venezuela as well, particularly now in Syria.

Of course, for over or close to a half century, they’ve been trying so hard to do it in North Korea and Cuba as well.

However, without doubt, most importantly, they are doing it against China. But not honestly! They do it with an extreme degree of deceitfulness and hypocrisy. They call it “Jasmine Revolution” in China.

See how disgusting, disrespectful, deceitful, and hypocritical the article is from the New York Times by another young Jewish-American neo-con writer Andrew Jacobs who resides and works in Beijing: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/11/world/asia/11jasmine.html?_r=1

It’s exactly an act of backstabbing which is most typical in its centuries-old “imperial ambitions.”

Anybody who deals with the imperialism must not be NAÏVE!

Dr. Kiyul Chung who is Editor in chief at the 4th Media is also a Visiting Professor at School of Journalism and Communication, Tsinghua University.

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