Xi Jinping’s bad words: If foreign forces protest, they will crush their heads

President Xi Jinping dressed up as former leader Mao Zedong and openly threatened the world at a ceremony in Beijing to mark the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party.

“Foreign forces trying to threaten us or oppose us will be beheaded,” Xi said. In an hour-long speech from Tiananmen Square, Jinping praised the new world created by the people of the country.

Xi said China’s most powerful leader after the founder of the People’s Republic, Mao Zedong, not only knows how to end the old world, but has also created a new world.

In his aggressive speech, he said, only socialism can save China. He also threatened Taiwan and vowed to join China and for this the creation of Chinese army was necessary and said that social stability will be ensured in Hong Kong while protecting China’s security and sovereignty.

At the ceremony, he said that he was committed to increasing China’s military strength and reuniting Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. He also said that we will not allow any such foreign power to show our eyes, pressurize us or try to subjugate us.

Told himself to walk the path of truth
The President of China, sitting with his eyes on Ladakh in India, made many attacks on foreign powers in his address but described himself as a walker of truth. Xi said, the world should not underestimate the strong will and unmatched strength of the Chinese people. Jinping said, we have not suppressed anyone, have not seen our eyes, nor have we tried to subjugate any other country. We will not do so in the future.

Warned the oppressors of China
Xi Jinping, 68, said that China’s historic goal is to annex Taiwan and we will not allow any foreign power to harass, oppress or subjugate our countrymen. Xi warned that if any other country tried to do the same, it would have to hit a giant ‘iron wall’ of more than 1.4 billion Chinese people.

China is building more than 100 missile silos amid US rivalry
Amidst the ongoing rivalry with the US, China is rapidly increasing its missile capability these days. Recent satellite images showed China is building more than 100 new silos for intercontinental ballistic missiles in a desert near the northwestern city of Yumen. Silos are storage containers inside which long-range missiles are kept.

As reported by The Washington Post, researchers at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies in California have based on satellite images that work is underway to build these silos at several sites in the desert spread over hundreds of square miles in China’s Gansu province. is.

Researchers have found 119 such construction sites where China is building new facilities to launch ballistic missiles. If the construction of more than 100 missile silos is completed, then China’s nuclear capability will increase significantly. It is believed that at present, China has a stockpile of 250 to 350 nuclear weapons.

China’s advocate in Hong Kong said security law is right
China’s advocacy Hong Kong Chief Secretary John Lee has said that the security law in this autonomous region gives full freedom to the local people. He said, everyone including the media should respect and enjoy this freedom by staying within the bounds of the rules. Lee also said that this law will be used to ensure its stability in the coming times.


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