The extreme ease with which President Joe Biden agrees to projects that facilitate the policies of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) shows his weakness before it and exposes the country to greater aggressiveness, according to analyst Gordon Chang and Dr. Jonathan Ward, founder of the Atlas Organization.
For Chang, an author and expert on Chinese Communist regime studies, Biden has already proven easy to bend since he has given the CCP what it wants without “having to lift a finger,” according to The Daily Wire Feb. 1.
“We have seen this, for instance, with joining the Paris accord, rejoining the World Health Organization, his January 26 memorandum on xenophobic attacks, which he blamed President Trump for xenophobia in the United States,” Chang said.
And he warned, “The list goes on and on. And we have really got to be concerned, because China is looking right now and thinking it’s going to get everything.”
Atlas Organization founder, internationally recognized expert on Chinese global strategy and U.S.-China competition and author of “China’s Vision of Victory” Dr. Ward, agrees with Chang’s assessment.
“I think the thing is, they think that they’re going to beat us in this new Cold War, or whatever we want to call it. The contest with China [the CCP] is one that they believe that they will win,” Ward contends.
Ward pointed out that in some respects the CCP is already ahead of the United States, as in the case of foreign direct investment (FDI), of which it will be the main destination in 2020.
“China knows that, if they become the world’s dominant economy, the rest will fall into place. So, they feel very confident. And they’re going to be quite aggressive. So, the new administration has to be ready for all of that,” Ward also warned.
Moreover, Biden’s long history of relations with the CCP would point to him as particularly knowledgeable and sympathetic to their intentions and aspirations.
Biden went so far as to boast that he is the foreign dignitary who has spent the most time alongside the CCP leader, most notably when he served as U.S. vice president from 2009 to 2017.
Additionally, for years he has been implicated in obscure corruption cases with the CCP, which were corroborated with the appearance in October of documents published by the New York Post, found on a computer abandoned by his son Hunter Biden.
These facts would further substantiate the predictions made by specialists Chang and Ward about the fragility of the U.S. strategic position vis-à-vis the CCP, at least as long as Biden is the president.