Top globalist shills for Communist China, blames Trump for poor diplomatic relations
Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger gave some globalist advice to Joe Biden, saying he should reverse President Trump’s aggressive policies towards China to avoid “catastrophe comparable to World War I.”
Speaking at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum on Monday (with Chinese translations), Kissinger warned that Biden must now engage in “cooperative action” with China to avoid war.
“Unless there is some basis for some cooperative action, the world will slide into a catastrophe comparable to World War I,” Kissinger said.
“America and China are now drifting increasingly toward confrontation, and they’re conducting their diplomacy in a confrontational way,” the 97-year-old top globalist continued. “The danger is that some crisis will occur that will go beyond rhetoric into actual military conflict.”
Kissinger then said that the Coronavius pandemic (which China unleashed) serves as a “lesson” for nations to work together “on some global basis.”
“If you can look at COVID as a warning, in the sense that in practice it is dealt with by each country largely autonomously, but its long-term solution has to be on some global basis,” Kissinger said. “It should be dealt with as a lesson.”
Kissinger said although he agreed with Trump’s actions to address a world economy that was “not balanced” when he came into office, his negotiation tactics with China and other countries are not sustainable.