Biden/Harris regime foreign policy

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Kabul airport suicide bombing, August 26, 2021. 170 dead.[1]

The Biden/Harris regime foreign policy was outlined by its State Department chief spokesperson: the "largest threat to U.S. national security are U.S. cops."[2] After seizing power foreign minister Antony Blinken declared that the Biden regime would make no effort to contain the Chinese Communist's bid for global domination, replacing the United States as the planet's premier global Superpower .[3]

Prof. Glenn Diesen of the University of South-Eastern Norway, and an editor at the Russia in Global Affairs journal wrote: The current international disorder is caused by an interregnum – the world is currently stuck between a unipolar and a multipolar format. The West is pushing for a return to the unipolar era that existed before sanctions on Russia and the economic war against China. However, the two Eurasian giants, Russia and China, have spent the past years adjusting to a multipolar system. The West will insist that on maintaining liberal hegemony due to a commitment and belief in liberal values, among elites (although that is no longer uniform), while Russia and China will reject a value-based system that is instrumental to impose an untenable unipolar order. There is no going back as the world has moved on, although the West is not yet ready to move forward.

The Strategic Culture Foundation think tank, in their document Leviathan Mobilizes For Decisive Battle, [4] claims "the plan is out of control, and becoming progressively more bizarre. The American unipolar moment is ‘done’. It has created oppositions of various kinds, both abroad and at home. Conservative and traditional impulses have reacted against the radical ideological agenda, and crucially, the 2008 Financial Crisis and near collapse of the system foretold to the élites of the ultimate coming end to the U.S.’ financial hegemony, and concomitantly to America’s primacy. It forced a critical juncture.

Now they are at a crucial impasse. When they speak about Re-set, this means a forced return to the continuation of the agenda.

But it is not as straight-forward as it seems. Everything seemed almost primed to fall into place twenty years ago; yet now, the Establishment is having to fight for every element of this strategy because everywhere they encounter a growing resistance.

And it is no insignificant resistance. In America alone, some 74 million Americans reject the cultural war being waged on them. The globalist call to arms is evident. The world clearly has changed during the last four years.

Globalist forces, therefore, are being mobilized to win a last battle in the ‘long-war’ – looking to break-through everywhere. Defeating Trump is the first goal. Discrediting all varieties of European populism is another.

The U.S. thinks to lead the maritime and rim-land powers in imposing a searing psychological, technological and economic defeat on the Russia-China-Iran alliance. In the past, the outcome might have been predictable. This time Eurasia may very well stand solid against a weakened Oceana (and a faint-hearted Europe). It would shake Leviathan to its foundations. Who knows what might then emerge from the ruins of post-modernity."

Taliban mock U.S. flag raising at Iwo Jima in their victory over America.[5]
Biden shaking hands with Ukrainian Neo-Nazi Oleh Tyanhbok.[6]

National security personnel

Junta chief spokesperson Jen Psaki (right) wearing the Hammer and Sickle. According to impeachment sham whistleblower Eric Ciaramella, Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov (left) instructed President Trump to fire then FBI director James Comey.

90 days into the junta's assumption of power, the U.S. Strategic Command warned the U.S. should prepare for nuclear war.[36] At the NATO summit, Biden managed to cajole the U.S. alleged European partners to issue a statement that mentioned China 10 times compared to the 26 references to Russia.[37] The PRC responded immediately by sending a record 28 fighter jets into Taiwan's air defense identification zone.[38]


U.S. Embassy in Madrid flying the Marxist Black Lives Matter banner.[39]

Joe Biden's State Department transition team contained several consultants and lobbyists from Albright Stonebridge Group, a consulting firm with extensive links to the Chinese Communist Party.[40] The Biden/Harris regime foreign policy was first outlined by its State Department chief spokesperson: the "largest threat to U.S. national security are U.S. cops."[41] Biden/Harris foreign minister Antony Blinken ordered all U.S. Diplomatic and Consular posts to display support for Black Lives Matter on the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s death and beyond.[42] Despite the documented actions of BLM protestors during the riots of 2020, and the organization’s declining popularity with American voters, the junta nonetheless endorsed and promoted an organization with admitted Marxist roots as one having ties to U.S. official foreign offices. The State Department memo reads in part, [43]

The Department supports the use of the term ‘Black Lives Matter’ in messaging content, speeches, and other diplomatic engagements with foreign audiences to advance racial equity and access to justice on May 25 [2021] and beyond....This cable constitutes a blanket written authorization for calendar year 2021 from the Under Secretary for Management (M) to display the BLM flag on the external-facing flagpole to any Chiefs of Mission who determine such a display is appropriate in light of local conditions.

The junta's actions were in line with the Chinese Communist Party document, Report on Human Rights Violations in the United States in 2020—whose Forward section begins with the words: “I can't breathe!”-- George Floyd.[44] Blinken declared that Biden would make no effort to contain the Chinese Communist's bid for global domination, replacing the United States as the planet's premier global Superpower .[45]

NATO was originally designed to fight the global spread of Marxism.


Biden, seemingly lost, at the G7 Summit, Cornwall, England June 2021.[46]

Biden assured key allies at the June 2021 G7 Summit that he would maintain enough of a security presence in Afghanistan to ensure they could continue to operate in the capital following the main U.S. withdrawal. Biden promised U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other leaders at the Group of Seven summit in Cornwall, England, that “critical U.S. enablers” would remain in place to keep Kabul safe following the drawdown of NATO forces. British officials determined the U.S. would provide enough personnel to ensure that the U.K. embassy in Kabul could continue operating. Allies discussed with Biden the need to continue supporting the Afghan government in order to prevent the country from becoming a haven for terrorist operations again. Those discussions continued at the NATO summit, Bloomberg reported.[47]

The European Union’s top diplomat, Josep Borrell, was warning Biden foreign minister Antony Blinken that withdrawing troops from Afghanistan risked giving the Taliban the upper hand, and such a shift could pose a direct threat to European security. After dealing with millions of refugees reaching the EU after Obama's ill-fated Arab Spring, America's EU partners feared a collapse in Afghanistan would lead to an avalanche of refugees once again.

NATO members agreed in May 2021 that they would maintain a civilian presence in Afghanistan after the military withdrawal to support the Afghan government, facilitate training for the Afghan military and work on contracts for Kabul’s airport as well as hospitals and communications infrastructure.


See also: South China Sea

Wang Yiwei, director of the Center for European Studies at Renmin University and author of the best made in China book about the New Silk Roads, clearly saw through the Biden/Harris “America is back” bluster: “China is not isolated by the US, the West or even the whole international community. The more hostility they show, the more anxiety they have. When the US travels around the globe to frequently ask for support, unity and help from its allies, this means US hegemony is weakening.”[48]

Biden plans for return to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), despite the damage it has done to the US economy.[49] He wants to abolish all tariffs which were created by President Trump.[50]

China First policy

See also: Belt and Road Initiative
Hunter Biden, right, flew to China in 2013 aboard Air Force Two, with his father, Joe Biden, left, December 4, 2013. 10 days late Hunter Biden formed a business partnership with the Chinese military and Bank of China worth $1.5 Billion.[51]

Since 2017 China's communist government has imprisoned more than one million people and subjected those not detained to intense surveillance, religious restrictions, forced labor, and forced sterilizations.[52] Biden has friendly relations with the communist regime of China. Biden refuses to see Communist China as a threat to the United States and condemned the notion by calling it "bizarre".[53] According to an assessment by the 17 member U.S. Intelligence Community, China interfered in the 2020 presidential election on behalf of their officially favored candidate and family business partner, Joe Biden.[54] China was one of first countries which welcomed the media declaration of the Biden junta.

China is the world’s largest source of Marine debris, the largest consumer of trafficked wildlife and timber products, the greatest emitter of mercury, and the largest emitter of greenhouse gases, producing nearly one third of all global emissions.

Vice foreign minister He Yafei said: despite differences in political ideology, there could still be opportunities for long-term cooperation. “Multilateralism, I will say, is very much needed at this critical moment,” he said. “For China, the US and the EU, all of us should rethink who we are and what roles we can play in the future.[55] Biden referred to the genocide of the Uyghur people as a cultural norm[56] and called the sovereign republic of Taiwan a "renegade province" of Communist China.[57]

The CCP moved to further the grip Beijing had over Hong Kong[58] and has China intimidated Taiwan.[59] Wary of the fact that many in the junta and Biden himself are shills for the CCP, China has pleaded for Trump's policies which supported Taiwan and weakened the communist regime to be lifted.[60][61]

Nuclear threat

Stratcom Commander Charles Richard testified to the Senate Armed Services Committee that China’s nuclear capabilities are advancing so rapidly that they’re not even bothering with intelligence vetted more than a month ago in their briefings because it’s probably already out of date. Richard added that a portion of China’s nuclear arsenal has been primed for ready use.[62]

U.S. power grid

See also: PLA Total Information Warfare

One of the junta's first acts was to expose the U.S. electrical power grid to Communist Chinese subversion. Biden has issued an executive diktat suspending President Trump's Executive Order 13920. The original Trump order stated that any use of bulk-power system equipment “designed, developed, manufactured, or supplied, by persons owned by, controlled by, or subject to the jurisdiction or direction of a foreign adversary” is prohibited. The U.S. Department of Energy lists China, Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, and North Korea as foreign adversaries to the United States under this order. China is the only nation on the list currently engaging in mass production of electronics, manufacturing equipment, and other forms of technology like software, circuits, and instrumentation.

By suspending this rule, the government is free to procure power equipment from China, or U.S. companies operating manufacturing facilities in China. The Biden regime suspended this protection at the same time that U.S. reliance on foreign oil increased due to bans on new domestic energy production.[63]

Not qualified to lead

See also: Wolf warrior diplomacy

At a campaign stop in Iowa before the 2020 Democrat primaries, Biden mocked MAGAnomic trade policy saying,[64]

China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man. I mean, you know, they’re not bad folks, folks. But guess what? They’re not competition for us.

In its first meeting with Communist Chinese bosses, Director of the CCP Central Foreign Affairs Commission Yang Jiechi instructed junta cronies Anthony Blinken and Jake Sullivan,[65]

The United States does not have the qualification to say that it wants to speak to China from a position of strength.

The Chinese Communists, who own the Biden family with a 90% share of their joint Bohai Harvest venture, then went on to play the race card against the cultural norms of the Democratic party, saying that Black people are being “slaughtered” in the United States.[66][67] Those who closely follow the internet-chats surrounding Yang Jiechi and Wang Yi repeatedly came across chat posts such as, "We have already reached the leadership of the world," or "We are number one," and "China lead the world."[68]

PRC Foreign Secretary Yang Jiechi to Biden foreign secretary Antony Blinken: "The United States does not have the qualification to say that it wants to speak to China from a position of strength.”[69]

Former CIA analyst and National Security Council chief of staff Fred Fleitz said Biden should fire Blinken after the summit dissolved into insults and little diplomatic progress. Fleitz observed, "it was one of the most incompetent displays I've ever seen by an American diplomat.... they were just virtue signaling before the lapdog American media. It was a serious mistake and it set back our policies and it made them look inept because they weren't ready for the counter attack by Chinese officials."[70] Former DNI Ric Grenell noted, "I hope that this is a reminder for Jake Sullivan and Secretary of State Blinken that when you spend four years denigrating America in order to get some sort of political leverage internally, a partisan win so to speak, you damage the United States. Because what they've done in terms of BLM narratives and really tearing down our history, I mean you look at all of the violence that the Democrats clearly did. They hyped this and messaged this for partisan political purposes over the last four years in order to gain power. That now is being used against them. And what they have to understand is tearing down America, and telling Americans that they should be ashamed of our history, or they should be ashamed of who we are, also sends a strong message to our enemies that we don't have credibility with them. To be lectured on American soil in Alaska by the Chinese is despicable. And they created this - the Secretary of State, Jake Sullivan, Joe Biden, Susan Rice - they created this dilemma. They really took the United States and they damaged us with their four-year narrative."[71] Days later the CCP released its The Report on Human Rights Violations in the United States in 2020—whose Forward section begins with the words: “I can't breathe!”-- George Floyd.[72]

Gen. Xu Qiliang, vice-chair of the Central Military Commission and a member of the Politburo Standing Committee who is China’s most senior military officer, refused to meet with his counterpart, Lloyd Austin, America's first African American Defense Secretary.[73]

CCP leaking nuclear power plant

CNN reported in June 2021 that the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in Guangdong province was experiencing a leak posing an “imminent radiological threat”. The plant is run by the China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN), a state-owned firm that has enjoyed millions of dollars in investment from Joe Biden’s son Hunter. The plant’s French partner reached out to the White House for assistance. The warning included an accusation that the Chinese safety authority was raising the acceptable limits for radiation detection outside the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in Guangdong province in order to avoid having to shut it down, according to a letter from the French company to the US Department of Energy.[74] Hunter Biden still owns a sizable stake in a nuclear power plant in which Bohai Harvest was a $10 million cornerstone investor in.[75][76] CGN’s initial public offering, occurring in 2014, was the second largest of the entire year, valued at over $3 billion. CGN has seen one of its consultants convicted by the Department of Justice for company-wide schemes to “procure U.S.-based nuclear engineers to assist with designing and manufacturing certain components for nuclear reactors” for nearly two decades. The stolen secrets posed a “significant damage to our national security,” according to the DOJ.[77]


Human rights groups have accused Chinese authorities of raping Tibetan nuns, forcefully living with Tibetan families, and attempting to suppress Tibetan language and religion out of the country. Sam Brownback, former ambassador at large for religious freedom, urged the Biden junta to consider a genocide declaration for the human rights situation in Tibet.

Robert Destro, former special envoy for Tibet and assistant secretary of state for human rights and labor, accused the Biden junta of neglecting Tibet, which remains tied as the least free country in the world, according to one human rights group.[78] "We need to do everything we can to keep the Tibetan community together," Destro said. "The question is: what is the orientation of the [personnel]? Are they serious about who they are dealing with or not? Are they going to learn from history? How do you do business with people who will sell your kidneys?"[79]

East Turkestan

See also: Xinjiang concentration camps

In late July 2021, Uyghurs called upon the Biden regime to recognize the sovereignty of East Turkistan and to address the ongoing genocide of the Uighur people.[80]

A transport of Uighur prisoners at a CCP concentration camp in Xinjiang.[81]

The East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM) is a militant organization that seeks to fight against CCP excesses and abuse of human rights in Xinjiang. The ETIM comprises Uyghur fighters with one goal to liberate East Turkestan or Xinjiang from the clutches of the CCP. Over one million Uyghur Muslims are in internment camps. With the growth of the Taliban in Afghanistan, the growth of ETIM followed a similar trajectory. The Taliban was going to help the ETIM in its cause of liberating Xinjiang. Instead, the Taliban turned to the CCP. Beijing bought the Taliban and the CCP controls a puppet regime in Afghanistan.

Intelligence reports from Afghanistan and Turkey indicate that the ETIM is negotiating an alliance with the Islamic State of the Harassan province. There are at least 500 ETIM fighters in Afghanistan and its borders, with most of them concentrated in Badakhshan province in northern Afghanistan, linking with Xinjiang in china via the Wakhan corridor. The ETIM fears that the Taliban will act against them and hand them over to the MSS, the Chinese Ministry of State Security.

The ETIM has been estimated by the U.N. Security Council to have up to 3 500 fighters. However, the RTIM's goal to liberate Xinjiang and carve out a separate East Turkestan is not what entirely worries the CCP. The more concerning factor is the impact that a strong ETIM can have on China's Belt and Road projects, not just within China, but all across the region. Four of China's six 'Silk Road Networks', including the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor emanate from or pass through Xinjiang. These roads aim to connect China with Russia, central, southern, and western Asia, reaching the Mediterranean Sea.

A United Nations Security Council report confirmed that ETIM, apart from basing itself out of Afghanistan, is also pursuing a transnational agenda.



While the Biden regime halted construction of the border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, the regime funded border security efforts for Tajikistan, a former Soviet republic trying to keep Afghan insurgents and refugees out. One day after the junts's August 31, 2021 deadline to withdraw from Afghanistan, the U.S. Embassy in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, announced that it had launched a project to construct new facilities for a Border Guard Detachment in Ayvoj, along the Tajik-Afghan-Uzbek border.

Tajikistan shares an 835-mile border with Afghanistan — less than the 1,254 miles of border shared between Texas and Mexico and less than half the 1,954-mile distance of the entire U.S.-Mexico border. A new detachment facility in Ayvoj, Tajikistan will replace an outdated facility and allow the Border Guard Service to deploy forces more quickly to border areas in response to threats posed by the Taliban's takeover. The new facility will also provide housing for Border Guard personnel and their family members, U.S. officials said. Tajikistan is still a member of the post-Soviet, Moscow-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CTSO) alliance, Reuters reports.

Since 2002, the U.S. government has provided over $300 million in security-sector assistance to Tajikistan. U.S. taxpayers have also footed the bill to renovate or rebuild 12 border outposts, nine border checkpoint facilities, and three training centers for Tajik border guards to help combat security threats, the embassy disclosed.[82]


On day two the of junta, the People's Republic of China invaded Taiwan's airspace with nuclear bombers.[83]


At a time when the junta was pushing expanded anti-Asian hate crime legislation in a spate of African American attacks on Asian Americans,[84] Biden referred to "a Japanese boy" who won the Master's Tournament while speaking a joint press conference with the Japanese prime minister.[85]


Bizarre moment Kamala Harris pays tribute to John McCain at monument erected to the memory of 50,000 victims of bombing in North Vietnam.[86]

Philippines leader Rodrigo Duterte complained to the Chinese ambassador about Chinese naval forces massing within the Philppines exclusive economic zone. International concern has grown over what the Philippines has described as a "swarming and threatening presence" of more than 200 Chinese vessels that it believes were manned by China's maritime militia.[87]


See also: Vietnam War

In August 2021, during the Fall of Kabul, Kamala Harris was sent on an official diplomatic visit to Vietnam. In Vietnam, Harris and/or her staff and media convinced themselves that a monument erected to commemorate the shoot-down of John McCain was built to honor McCain. McCain flew 22 bombing missions over Vietnam and spent 8 years in a Vietnamese prisoner-of-war camp as a war criminal. Approximately 50,000 North Vietnamese civilians were killed in bombings by the United States.[88]

On the official diplomatic visit, Harris expressed effusive words of honour, heroism, and praise for the person whom the Vietnamese government and people regard as a war criminal. Harris said of John McCain, "he was an extraordinary American hero." McCain flew 22 bombing missions over Vietnam and spent 5 1/2 years as a prisoner-of-war in the notorious 'Hanoi Hilton', a POW camp where he endured torture and beatings.

At the very moment the Biden regime was resurrecting the Taliban terrorist state, leaving behind the most sophisticated modern weapons in a bungled and embarrassing retreat with needless loss of life for both American servicemen and Afghan civilians, Harris proclaimed "America is back."[89]

Harris' words and visit have been likened to laying a wreath to honor Adolf Eichmann at the Holocaust Museum.

While in Vietnam Harris may have been exposed to Havana Syndrome.

North Korea

Biden criticized President Trump for his meeting with North Korea president Kim Jong-un, despite this meeting avoiding a massive and destructive nuclear war. Biden and Obama failed to shutdown the nuclear program of North Korea and let North Korea get Nuclear power. Now Biden pretends that his policy will force North Korea to shut down nuclear power, without clarifying what this policy.[90] With the rise of the Biden junta and ousting of President Trump, North Korea announced its intention to build more nuclear weapons.[91]

The Biden junta's incompetence in their "hostile practices" towards North Korea ended chances of further denuclearizing the latter, setting the stage for potential greater threats in the future.[92]

North Korean ballistic missile launch fired toward Japan. If the CCP were to invade Taiwan, North Korea may intervene in the fight to distract Japanese assistance to Taiwan.

Biden wanted to return to the pre-Trump days of nuclear confrontation with North Korea. The sister of Kim jong-un, Kim Yo Jong, responded to the junta's overtures for dialogue saying, "If it [America] wants to sleep in peace for (the) coming four years, it had better refrain from causing a stink at its first step."[93]

Under the watch of the Biden junta, North Korea days later resumed ballistic missile testing in the Sea of Japan in fear of aggression.[94][95]

The International Atomic Energy Agency recently assessed that North Korea resumed operations at its Yongbyon nuclear reactor, which produces plutonium for nuclear weapons. Pyongyang also may have reprocessed nuclear fuel from previous reactor operations. The developments are worrisome and will test the Biden administration on how to respond to North Korea expanding its ongoing production of nuclear weapons material. In recent years, North Korea has expanded and refined manufacturing facilities for fissile material, nuclear weapons, missiles, mobile missile launchers, and reentry vehicles.

In 2017, the U.S. intelligence community assessed that North Korea had between 30 and 60 nuclear weapons (or weapons’ worth of fissile material) and could annually produce an additional seven to 12 weapons. While the Yongbyon reactor was offline, production would have decreased; however, resumed reactor operations will presumably return nuclear production to 2017-2018 levels. Since 2017, North Korea demonstrated significant improvements in its ability to target South Korea, Japan, and the continental United States with nuclear weapons. That year, Pyongyang conducted three intercontinental ballistic missile test launches, as well as a hydrogen (thermonuclear) weapon explosion at least 10 times as powerful as the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs.

North Korea is now producing a new generation of advanced mobile missiles that are more accurate and more difficult to detect and target, and have an enhanced ability to evade allied missile defenses. In 2019, Pyongyang conducted 26 missile launches, all of them violations of U.N. resolutions and more than it had ever tested in a year. In October, Pyongyang unveiled the Hwasong-16 ICBM, the world’s largest mobile missile on a launch vehicle. The missile, larger than North Korea’s previous ICBM models, may be capable of carrying three or four nuclear warheads. Pyongyang also revealed that it can produce mobile ICBM transporter-erector-launchers. The regime’s ability to deploy more ICBM missiles with multiple warheads on mobile launchers risks overwhelming limited U.S. missile defenses protecting the American homeland.[96]

While the Afghan debacle was still raging and American hostages left behind were trying to find a way out, North Korea resumed ballistic missile testing.[97]


The Hinduphobic Biden junta banned entry into the United States of people from India.[98]


No American was killed in Afghanistan since February of 2020 until Biden's seizure of power.

Joe Biden, author of the Violence Against Women Act, abandoning the women and girls of Afghanistan to the Taliban rape jihad.

The Taliban warned in late March 2021 that the group would start targeting foreign troops in Afghanistan if they remain in the country beyond the May 1, 2021 deadline set by the US-Taliban peace deal.[99] As American troops departed, the Peoples Republic of China began expanding their Belt and Road Initiative with a $62 billion aid package to Afghanistan to extend the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).[100]

On July 8, 2021, Biden said from the White House, "I trust the capacity of the Afghan military, who is better trained, better equipped, and more competent in terms of conducting war,"[101] "There's going to be no circumstance where you're going to see people being lifted off the roof of an embassy of the United States from Afghanistan."[102] The same month the Defense Department said it was providing the Afghan Air Force 35 Black Hawk helicopters and three A-29 Super Tucanos. The United States spent $83 billion equipping and training the Afghanistan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF), including $10 billion in aircraft and vehicles.[103] Less than a month later several Black Hawks helicopters and other aircraft were seized by the Taliban. Many of the aircraft and helicopters are armed. These A-29 Super Tucanos can fire laser-guided and other types of bombs. The Afghan government also had 50 American-made MD-530 attack helicopters, which are armed with machine guns and rockets. The Afghan Air Force had UH-60 Black Hawks and Russian-made Mi-17 helicopters, as well as C-130 and Cessna transports, and a small fleet of armed Cessnas.[104]

As the impending crisis escalated, White House chief propagandists Jen Psaki said "The Taliban has to make an assessment about what they want their role to be in the international community."[105] Her comments came as reports flowed in of Taliban fighters going door-to-door and forcibly selecting girls as young as 12 to reward as brides for the victorious jihadis.[106]

Former Obama Ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan Crocker said,[107] the Islamist group cares less about diplomatic relations than it does about the idea that it has defeated the world’s strongest military, a narrative that will embolden other Islamist militants around the world.

“We’re going to pay for that for a long time to come, and that’s why it is insane – just idiotic – to think that we can tell the Taliban that if they don’t stop taking over territory and play nice, the international community will withhold recognition and support. The Taliban really doesn’t care, because they’ve got something far more valuable.”

“We have seen this movie before. This would be the Taliban of the 1990s that gave safe haven to al-Qaida, except they’re meaner and tougher than they were then because of what they’ve been through.”

“But even with all of that, I’m afraid a lot of people are going to die. As the Taliban moves into different cities and towns, they’ve got their hit list. So it’s going to be messy, it’s going to be incomplete and more people are going to die, but we’ve got to make our best possible effort.”

“I’m left with some grave questions in my mind about his ability to lead our nation as commander-in-chief.”[108]

Crocker told CBS Face the Nation, "It has created a global crisis, quite frankly. It has emboldened violent Islamic radicals, and I think we’re all gonna see the fallout of that, certainly in Pakistan, a champion the Taliban. The Taliban victory, the narrative of defeating the great infidel, empowers radicals in Pakistan that they’re going to have to deal with if they can. And that’s a country of 220 million people with nuclear weapons.[109] Politico chief European correspondent Matthew Karnitschnig wrote, "Biden told allies to join him in proving that democracy works and defending it against authoritarianism. Instead, they look at Afghanistan and see “the discrediting of the Western alliance and everything it is supposed to stand for in the world.”[110] Former Obama Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said that there is no question that "our national security is threatened by what has happened."[111] According to the U.K. Telegraph,

“Joe Biden’s handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal was condemned as “catastrophic” and “shameful” on Wednesday as the Houses of Parliament delivered an unprecedented rebuke to a US president. MPs and peers from across the political spectrum, including Boris Johnson, put some blame for the Taliban’s takeover and the chaos that followed on Britain’s closest ally. Mr Biden was accused of “throwing us and everybody else to the fire” by pulling out US troops, and was called “dishonourable” for criticising Afghan forces for not having the will to fight. Former defence chiefs who led British troops in the Middle East were among those to speak out, while there were warnings that the West’s withdrawal would embolden Russia and China.

[…] Labour MP Chris Bryant called Mr Biden’s remarks about Afghan soldiers “some of the most shameful comments ever from an American president”. Khalid Mahmood, a Labour MP and former defence minister, said: “The Biden government have just come in and, without looking at what is happening on the ground, have taken a unilateral decision, throwing us and everybody else to the fire.” [112]

Former Labour Party Prime Minister Tony Blair slammed Biden's "imbecilic" retreat.[113]

See also: Fall of Kabul
Kabul airport suicide bombing, August 26, 2021.

Panic ensued as the Kabul airport was flooded with people fleeing the Taliban terror. Some people were stampeded to death.[114] The New York Times reported about the dangerous road thousands of people face trying to get to the Kabul airport: “There were volleys of rifle fire, along with pushing, pulling and beating with wooden sticks, Kalashnikovs and hoses.”[115] At the airport, “in desperate scenes, babies were passed to U.S. soldiers in the hope of giving them a life outside the country,” The Guardian reported.[116] Tens of thousands of Afghans lined up outside the airport in the hopes of finding a way out.[117] Three young men clung to the tires of an airplane, only to fall on top of people's houses once the plane was airborne.[118] Remains of a fourth body were found crushed inside the wheel well upon landing.[119]

People died after being crushed or succumbing to sweltering temperatures in the crowds outside the airport gate as individuals and families sought refuge from the Taliban.[120] UK Independent journalist Kim Sengupta saw four women crushed to death in the space of about an hour, in the crush as Afghans scrambled to leave the Taliban-controlled country.[121] Sky News chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay saw people crushed to death, medics check their vital signs and then cover the bodies in white sheets.[122] A heartbroken mother found her 2-year-old daughter trampled to death.[123] Biden told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos "no one's being killed right now."[124] On August 26, 2021, two suicide bombs went off outside the Kabul airport, killing about 60 people including 12 American soldiers and injuring more than 100. One was a car bomb about 200 yards away, outside the Baron hotel, which was a staging area for evacuees from the airport.[125] ISIS-K claimed responsibility. An Italian C-130 also came under fire as it departed the airport.[126] A translator for the U.S. Marine Corps spoke with Fox News and gave a first-hand account of what he witnessed after the suicide attack. His 5-year-old girl died in his hands.[127]

With 40,000 Americans stranded,[128] embassy personnel in Kabul were apprised by the State Department to leave the embassy and make their way to the airport. Staffers reported being jostled, hit, spat on and cursed at by Taliban fighters at checkpoints near the airport. Some staff members reported that they were almost separated from their children, while others collapsed in a crush of people and had to be taken to hospitals with injuries. Others said they had collapsed on the road because of heat exhaustion. “It would be better to die under the Taliban’s bullet” than face the crowds again, a staff member was quoted as saying in a State Department cable. “Happy to die here, but with dignity and pride," according to NBC News.[129] A heart-wrenching audio clip of a stranded American woman in fear for her life was posted to social media.[130] At least 24 students from a San Diego school district and 16 parents had tickets to fly out but were not able to get to the airport.[131]


See also: Gazprom

Biden reversed the Trump administration's opposition to the Nord Stream II pipeline. This was a serious blow to Polish, Hungarian, and Ukrainian independence. The Russian project is designed to ship gas and oil directly from Russia to Germany under the Baltic Sea. Russia has attempted to pressure Ukraine numerous times since the break-up of the Soviet Union to abandon its bid to join NATO by cutting off oil and gas supplies. In doing so, Russia inadvertently also cuts off supplies to Germany. The Nord Stream pipeline is intended to counter this collateral effect, while pressuring Ukraine, Poland and Hungary to remain in the Russian orbit, as well. The pipeline itself is a massive scandal in Germany, with former Democratic Socialist chancellor Gerhard Schroeder on the board of the Nord Stream pipeline company, and a major stockholder.[132] Biden also waived sanctions on its CEO, Matthias Warnig,[133] a former East German Stasi agent who partnered with the KGB while Putin served in Berlin in the 1980s.[134] The waivers were issued only one week after a cyberattack emanating from Russia shut down the Colonial Pipeline, resulting in shortages and gas lines in the eastern United States—for which Biden absolved Putin before an investigation started.[135] The reversal of Trump-era policies made Biden appear to be a Putin puppet.[136] CDMedia reported,[137]

CDMedia wrote in the summer before the 2020 election about Joe Biden, and his energy and gas genius son Hunter, meeting with Russian gas executives in the United States, weeks after Russia annexed the Crimean Peninsula, and Obama/Biden were crowing in the news about how America needs to ‘get tough on Russia’....The ‘tough on Russia’ thing is a hoax. Biden just ensured billions of hydrocarbon revenue for the Kremlin. He just weakened the NATO alliance.

Two scholars at the Atlantic Council, the prominent foreign policy think tank that claims to staunchly oppose Russian influence, raked in nearly $3 million lobbying in favor of the Russian pipeline.[138]

United Kingdom

See also: Rape of Afghanistan

Britain stood shoulder to shoulder with the United States following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S., and its military forces were part of the coalition force in Afghanistan. The British force in Afghanistan were at 9,000 in late 2009 and rose by an extra 500 troops in 2010. British forces were primarily based in the Helmand region, where they were on the front line in the war against continued Taliban terrorism. In addition, Britain contributed more than £500 million to Afghan reconstruction—the second-largest donor after the U.S.

Joe Biden assured key allies at the June 2021 G7 Summit in Cornwall that he would maintain enough of a security presence in Afghanistan to ensure they could continue to operate in the capital following the main U.S. withdrawal. Biden promised Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other leaders that “critical U.S. enablers” would remain in place to keep Kabul safe following the drawdown of NATO forces. British officials determined the U.S. would provide enough personnel to ensure that the U.K. embassy in Kabul could continue operating.

But the withdrawal of U.S. forces saw the Afghan government collapse as Taliban fighters raced across the country, culminating in scenes of chaos at Kabul’s airport. The British embassy was evacuated. The UK foreign minister faced calls to resign over the inability to extract people on the ground, Bloomberg reported.[139]

The circumstances surrounding the U.S. withdrawal served as a wake-up call to the anti-Trump elements in Great Britain who colluded with fake news mainstream media outlets, the Hillary Clinton campaign, and the U.S. intelligence community to interfere in American elections and sabotage the presidency of Donald Trump, of the reluctance of Washington to operate as a global policeman. During the crisis, Biden ignored Boris Johnson's frantic phone calls for 36 hours.[140] According to the U.K . Telegraph, [141]

Joe Biden’s handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal was condemned as “catastrophic” and “shameful” on Wednesday as the Houses of Parliament delivered an unprecedented rebuke to a US president. MPs and peers from across the political spectrum, including Boris Johnson, put some blame for the Taliban’s takeover and the chaos that followed on Britain’s closest ally. Mr Biden was accused of “throwing us and everybody else to the fire” by pulling out US troops, and was called “dishonourable” for criticising Afghan forces for not having the will to fight. Former defence chiefs who led British troops in the Middle East were among those to speak out, while there were warnings that the West’s withdrawal would embolden Russia and China. […] Labour MP Chris Bryant called Mr Biden’s remarks about Afghan soldiers “some of the most shameful comments ever from an American president”. Khalid Mahmood, a Labour MP and former defence minister, said: “The Biden government have just come in and, without looking at what is happening on the ground, have taken a unilateral decision, throwing us and everybody else to the fire.

Ben Wallace, UK defence secretary, broke down in tears saying, “some would not get back” from Afghanistan. “It’s sad. Twenty years of sacrifice is what it is."[142] Boris Johnson and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab concluded that Britain would have to turn to Russia and China to assist with exercising a "moderating influence" over the Taliban despite a deep mistrust of both regimes. Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee Tom Tugendhat wrote,[143]

Sunday Mirror, August 22, 2021.[144]
The fall of Kabul is the biggest foreign policy disaster since Suez. The operation to seize the canal in 1956 symbolised the end of Britain’s global ambition and refocused us on Nato and alliances. It showed conclusively that the US could limit our actions and change our policy. The fall of Kabul will be remembered for similar reasons: not just its abject failure, but also because it revealed the nature of US power and our inability to hold a separate line. The redeployment of 2,500 US troops, half as many as it takes to crew a carrier, ended 20 years of British effort in Afghanistan and left thousands of British citizens under Taliban jurisdiction....The longer-term question is: what next? Is Britain’s foreign policy achievable given the past week? What are the implications for our alliances?...just like in Suez, we need to reset to make sure that a false narrative does not grow, and that means commitment. Cuts to overseas engagement, whether defence, diplomacy, aid or trade, will look different today from how they did a week ago....

Former Tory prime minister Theresa May said "What does it say about NATO if we are entirely dependent on a unilateral decision taken by the United States? ... Did we feel we just had to follow the United States and hope that on a wing and a prayer it'd be all right on the night?" Former Labour prime minister Tony Blair slammed Biden's "imbecilic" retreat.[145] Blair said the "deep politicisation" of US foreign policy was "visibly atrophying" American influence, and claimed the debacle over the withdrawal risked Britain being relegated to the "second division" of global powers.


At Biden's first G-7 summit, Biden was welcomed into "the club" of globalists by Emmanuel Macron,[146] but the lovefest was short loved. First came the Afghan debacle, resurrection of a terrorist state, and abandonment of Western hostages to the Taliban. Then, without notice, Biden edged France out of the way in a contract to deliver submarines Australia, leaving French contractors with $16 billion in losses. Macron promptly withdrew the French Ambassador from Washington. Macron proposed a European Union army, since the United States and NATO could no longer be relied upon.[147]

During the Afghan crisis, Macron and Biden spoke by phone. Macron emphasised ensuring the safe evacuation of Afghan citizens who assisted American and European troops over the past 20 years at great risk to themselves and their families. Macron described the mission to evacuate allies as a “moral responsibility” and told Biden: “We cannot abandon them.” The White House version of the phone call, however, made no mention of a “moral responsibility” to evacuate Afghan allies.[148]


Vladimir Putin (left} Oleg Deripaska (right). Christopher Steele of the Steele Dossier was hired by Deripaska to lobby the Obama/Biden DOJ; Andrew McCabe then met with Deriapaska two months before the 2016 election.
See also: Russophobia

Biden portrays his policy as being more tough against Russia than President Trump's has been,[149] although this policy under the Obama regime was to let Russia expand into the Crimea and the Middle East. Under an Obama era policy, Islamist groups like the Islamic State were allowed to expand in Syria. Biden has called Putin a killer,[150] which severed relations between the U.S. and Russia without in any way being able to rein in the latter's activities. This is heavily remote from the Trump Administration's approaches which successfully and effectively weakened the Kremlin.

While the Biden junta has imposed a few sanctions on the country,[151] they have been unable to halt Russia from flexing its muscles on its neighbors.

In early April 2021, Vladimir Putin signed a law to permit two additional terms for himself in office.[152]

It was reported by The Hill on April 17, 2021 that Russia increased their military presence in the Black Sea.[153] A diplomat from Ukraine was also detained in Russia.[154]

In August 2021, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that the U.S. continued support of Ukraine “will continue to nurture the neo-Nazi and racist mentality of the current Ukrainian government.”[155]

Relations with Vladimir Putin

London mayor Sadiq Khan and Elana Baturina.

As vice-president in 2011, Putin snubbed Biden in a face-to-face meeting. Sitting across a conference table Putin, Biden attempted to lecture Putin. Biden said, "I’ve been around a long time. The first time I was here…” and in mid-sentence his microphone was cut off,[156] the lights for the TV cameras went off, and the press was told to leave. The press exited quickly and quietly. Videocameras were disassembled from tripods and still photographers stopped shooting. Portable lights came down from retractable poles. No one spoke and no one lingered. Putin pulled the plug, stole Biden's audience, and rendered him speechless. Putin and the Russian delegation sat motionless as their American counterparts realized the rug had been pulled out underneath Biden's feet. Putin had neither fear nor respect for Biden, and Biden was humiliated.[157] Biden, who called Putin a "killer" in March 2021, now called him a bight and worthy adversary on the eve of the June 16, 2021 summit in Geneva.[158] Putin criticized Biden's human rights record, the mass incarceration of dissidents, and the murder of Ashli Babbitt, a peaceful protester at the January 6, 2021 Capitol election stealing protests.[159] Biden ducked out and refused to appear at the traditional post-summit press conference leaving more questions about Biden's mental fitness.[160]

In 2014 Hunter Biden colluded with and received $3.5 million from Elena Baturina, the richest woman in Russia and widow of former Moscow mayor Yury Luzhkov as payment to establish an American bank account for her.[161] Baturina eventually laundered $39 million through American banks with the help of Rosemont Seneca of funds stolen from contractors while her husband was the mayor of Moscow. In late 2019 Baturina was declared a fugitive from justice by a Russian court.[162]


Burisma exec thanks Hunter for introducing him to his father, Joe Biden.[163] Biden has always denied any knowledge or involvement with his son's business activities or associates.
See also: Biden-Ukraine scandal

In May 2021 it was revealed that Joe Biden met with Ukrainian, Russian and Kazakh business associates of Hunter in the private “Garden Room” at Café Milano,[164] a Georgetown institution whose catchphrase is: “Where the world’s most powerful people go" in April 2015 while Biden was vice president. The following day, April 17, Hunter Biden received an email from Vadym Pozharskyi, an executive of Burisma, to thank him for introducing him to his father.

“Dear Hunter, thank you for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together....It’s realty [sic] an honor and pleasure.”

Burisma was paying Hunter $83,333 a month to sit on its board a the time. Biden has always denied any knowledge of or involvement with his son's business or associates.

Support for neo-Nazis

See also: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and Alexandra Chalupa

Biden restored the Obama era support for Ukrainian Neo-Nazis.[165] On March 1, 2021 Biden funneled $125 million in grants to Ukraine,[166] a country his son has extensive investments in.[167] Ukrainian neo-Nazis have been battling Ukraine's indigenous Russian speaking population since the Great Patriotic War.[168] One month later Biden junta neo-Nazi allies held a rally in Kiev to commemorate the 77th anniversary of the creation of the SS Galicia Division, made up primarily of Ukrainian nationalists armed by Nazi Germany to fight against the Soviet Union.[169] The SS Galicia Division is responsible for multiple mass murders and war crimes against Jewishs and Polish civilians.[170] The governments of Germany and Israel condemned the celebration,[171][172] but not the Biden junta. Former Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard asked on the Tucker Carlson Show,[173]

Members of the Azov Battalion with the NATO flag (left) Azov mascot (center) and Swastika (right). The NATO flag represents globalism; the Cyrillic A3OB in the center spells AZOV; and the swastika represents the NATO and globalists' Russophobic allies in Ukraine. A Ukrainian court found elements in the Ukrainian government colluded with the DNC to defeat Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.[174]
The question for the American people is, Are we willing to go to war with Russia on behalf of Ukraine? We need to understand that such a war would come at a cost beyond anything that we can really imagine. This is something that will directly impact every single one of your viewers and all of our loved ones. This is a war that is not a game. It's a war in which there are no winners. Russia has thousands of nuclear weapons aimed towards us that could hit any town or city in America in less than 30 minutes and exact a cost upon every one of us that would result in excruciating death and suffering beyond comprehension. Hundreds of millions of people dying and suffering, seeing their flesh being burned from their bones. This is something you know you can't really even imagine. And it's a cost that we will all pay.

Why in the world would we ever contemplate going to war with Russia? Honestly, it is one that we should not do for those very reasons. If you look at the impacts of what a nuclear war brings it, really brings about the end of the world as we know it. And our leaders should understand this consequence and take it seriously. And this is why President Biden, instead of continuing to escalate tensions and continuing this new Cold War between the United States and Russia, he needs to de-escalate these tensions and actually focus on bringing an end to this new Cold War because if he doesn't, then it's not a question of if we go to war with Russia if this war ends up with a nuclear holocaust, it really is then just a question of when. And if we continue down this path that we are on it's something that could happen a lot sooner than any of us think.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused the junta of handing a "weapon" to the Kremlin by allowing the completion of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, "This is a weapon, a real weapon … in the hands of the Russian Federation. It is not very understandable … that the bullets to this weapon can possibly be provided by such a great country as the United States. How many Ukrainian lives does the relationship between the United States and Germany cost?"[175]

Withholding military support

See also: Trump impeachment

President Donald Trump was impeached under the false pretense of withholding military assistance from Ukraine, which in fact he never did. Prior to Biden's moves to appease Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Biden's widely criticized meeting with the Russian leader in Geneva in June 2021,[176] Biden ordered vital military aid to Ukraine to be withheld.[177]


Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki warned that Biden's green agenda would strengthen Islamists and make the planet dependent on autocrats and terror groups. Morawiecki said, "The United States started to be the critical point of oil production just two or three years ago—now even more important a player than Saudi Arabia...which is good for the U.S. and is good for the entire globe—it's good for the democratic planet not to be in the hands of the Russians, OPEC and the Arab producers. So by depriving America of this very tool, I think we collectively in the transatlantic community are going to be weakened because the dictators and autocratic regimes, such as many in the Middle East and the Russians and some others, are going to dictate prices. And they will have more money for terrorist activity in the Muslim world, they will have more money for more aggressive military policy and we will be paying more. So our economic growth is going to be weakened. We are looking at all the changes and evolutions with high attention, and we are very concerned about these changes."[178]

Middle East

Even President Trump's harshest critics conceded that President Trump had been successful in Middle East peace negotiations. Biden's only notable intervention had been to restore hundreds of millions of dollars in American aid to the Palestinian Authority, thereby reversing the Trump administration's decision to cut aid over its refusal to maintain a dialogue with Washington. Shortly after restoring funds, Palestinian militants again started targeting Israeli civilians with rockets and missiles. The extent of Iran's military support for Palestinian militants was revealed by an official with the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist organization who boasted: "The rockets we use to pound Tel Aviv, our weapons, and our food are provided by Iran."[179]


In contradiction to his policy with North Korea, Biden will allow Iran, one of the world's main state sponsors of Islamic terrorism, to get nuclear power. Biden also criticized President Trump for a quick act to assassinate terrorist and war criminal Qasem Soleimani.[180] Biden plans to rejoin to Iranian nuclear deal, canceled all sanctions on the Iranian regime and let them get money to support their terrorist militias.[181] The Mullahs' regime in Iran, like China, was one of first countries which welcomed the media declaration of the Biden junta.[182]

According to a report by the Associated Press in late March 2021, Iran plotted an attack against an Army base located in Washington, D.C.[183] The threats were reportedly intercepted in January, when adversaries who despised the Trump Administration for weakening their regimes likely became gleeful of a Biden junta run by officials who previously were favorable towards them.

Junta officials, including John Kerry and Robert Malley, had meetings with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif during the Trump administration that were orchestrated to undermine President Trump. Zarif held face-to-face meetings with Obama administration veterans who could return to power "to devise a political strategy to undermine the Trump administration" and usher in softer diplomacy between the U.S. and Iran.[184] Zarif claimed that Kerry informed him of more than 200 Israeli operations in Syria. Kerry shocked Zarif by revealing that Israel had neutralized Iranian offensive targets in Syria more than 200 times.[185]

On March 9, 2021, the Biden junta announced that it would release of $3 Billion of Iran’s funds in Iraq, Oman, and South Korea.[186] At the same time, Iran-backed rebels attacked Saudi Arabian oil infrastructure.[187] In June 2021 the junta began removing Obama-era sanctions imposed against several iraninas for “their involvement in Iran’s nuclear and missile proliferation networks."[188]

Under the watch of the Biden junta, Iran vowed to retaliate against Israel.[189]

In early 2021 the Peoples Republic of China signed a massive 25-year, over $400-billion infrastructure-for-oil deal with Iran, boosting their military and defense cooperation.[190]

It was reported on September 21, 2021 that Biden signaled a return to the disastrous Iran nuclear deal which oblivious presumed Iran could be trusted to not violate the standards.[191] Five days later, even a watchdog for the anti-Israel United Nations reported that Iran failed to comply with a nuclear monitoring agreement hatched earlier in the month.[192]


Congressional foreign policy leaders requested the State and Treasury Departments to "hand over all records of any communications" with Iranian leaders that discuss agreements to unwind sanctions. Iranian leaders revealed that the Biden regime is prepared to lift sanctions on Iran's lucrative oil trade and banks, as well as sanctions on senior government officials, including President and mass murderer Ebrahim Raisi. The lawmakers said it is unacceptable that Iranian officials have been briefed on these moves while the junta continued to ignore congressional demands for information.[193]


Biden National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan: "Al Qaeda is on our side."[194]

Deep State operatives reported in November 2020 that they had defied President Donald Trump's orders to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria which have never been authorized by the United States Congress.[195] On the day of its seizure of power, the Biden regime invaded Syria.[196] On Day 36 the junta conducted unauthorized airstrikes killing 22 people.[197] A Sanders aide, Matt Duss who reportedly was in line to for a senior State Department tweeted, "Congress has not authorized war in Syria".[198]

Also in Syria, the Biden Junta has increased funding, and sent troops to the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces. This is considered problematic by other Syrian rebels such as the Free Syrian Army, who believe it has ties to the Marxist PKK and Antifa.


Biden delist anti-American and anti-Semite group of Houthi from list of terrorist organizations. he also cut military aids to Arab gulf states for their war against terrorism.[199] In February 2021 construction of a 6150 foot airstrip on the strategic island of Perim at the mouth of the Red Sea and entrance to the Gulf of Aden, was began to stage airstrikes into Yemen.[200] On 7 March 2021 Houthi terrorists attacked oil field in Saudi Arabia,[201] which lead to another increase of oil products prices.[202]


Biden will repeat the same Obama faults made in Iraq by moving out all troops from Iraq, and let it the country to mercy of Iran and her terrorist backed militias.[203] this happened simultaneously with increase activities of the Islamic State around world after Biden occupy the office.


See also: 2021 Hamas war
A Nazi flag appears at a Pro-Palestinian rally during Operation Guardian of Walls.[204]

After four years of peace during the Trump years ending decades of war, soon after Biden's 100th day Israel was subjected to an attack of over 3,000 Iranian-built missiles launched from Gaza, Lebanon, and Syria.[205] When the Iranian sponsored terror group Hamas attacked, Biden ordered all U.S. troops out of Israel, abandoning an ally.[206]

In late March 2021, Biden junta admin Linda Thomas-Greenfield wasted $15 million of U.S. taxpayer dollars, handing them in foreign aid to Palestinians in the Middle East to "resume diplomatic ties".[207] According to ABC News on March 31, 2021, nearly $300 million were allocated for the Palestinians.[208]

The Biden junta has attempted to restore over $200 million in foreign aid to the Palestinians which the Trump Administration slashed,[209][210] an effort that Republican lawmakers blocked two days later.[211] The Palestinians have a record of documented terrorism.[212][213][214] One of their terrorist organizations, Hamas, uses human shields[215] which anti-Zionist/anti-Semitic propagandists then deceitfully exploit to accuse Israel of murdering civilians. As the junta set about undoing the Abraham Accords, Hamas launched over 100 missiles.[216][217]

Red arrows: purchase and flow of used cars in America to be shipped to Africa. Yellow arrows: cocaine smuggling from South America to the United States, Africa, and Europe; drugs were shipped to Africa along with the used cars. The used cars were recorded as being purchased at inflated prices, with cash from illegal drug sales in the United States deposited in bank accounts. Green arrows: the flow of cash back to Hezbollah in Beirut, with some freshly laundered cash sent back to America for purchase of more used cars.


At the 2021 G-7 summit, Western leaders came up with a counter to the People's Republic of China's Belt and Road debt trap initiative called, Build Back Better World (B3W), a supposed "values-driven, high-standard, and transparent infrastructure partnership" to focus on "climate, health and health security, digital technology, and gender equity and equality."[218]


The humanitarian catastrophe wrought by the Obama/Biden Arab Spring and its R2P (responsibility to protect) policy, the brainchild of Samantha Power, came home to roost in Tunisia in the junta's first six months. President Kais Saied fired the Tunisian government and surrounded the parliament with armed soldiers.[219]


Twitter blocked Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. President Buhari responded by blocking Twitter from Nigeria.[220]


At the six-month mark after the seizure of power, the junta bombed the Black African nation of Somalia,[221] one of the poorest countries on the planet with an estimated per capita income of $130.[222]


Latin America

When Harris visited Guatemala and Mexico, she said that if you want to fix a problem, you have to go to where the problem is and listen to the people. “I almost believe that if you want to fix a problem, you have to go where the problem exists. If you want to address the needs of a people, you must meet those people. You must spend time with those people. Because the only way to fix the problem, is to understand the problem.”[223] Despite being named border commissar in February 2021, Harris never visited "where the problem exists" until late June. By that time more than 500,000 illegals had flooded into the country.

As border commissar, Kamala Harris proposed U.S. companies create jobs in Central America to exploit cheap labor, rather than in the United States where 22 million people remain unemployed because of the CCP pandemic.[224] These were precisely the same old arguments used to pass the NAFTA free trade agreement, that "leveling the playing field" would encourage immigrants to stay home rather than seek higher wages in the U.S.

China and Russia both are active and present in Venezuela.[225]


Members of the Los Tlacos cartel executing members of the rival La Bandera cartel, Sept. 29, 2021.[226]

The Drug Enforcement Administration deputy chief of operations Matthew Donahue told NPR the Biden junta has unraveled efforts to target drug cartels operating inside Mexico. The collapse of joint drug interdiction efforts has occurred at a time when drug cartels are manufacturing huge quantities of fentanyl and methamphetamines in illegal labs inside Mexico. Under Biden, those illicit drugs are being smuggled into communities across the United States, driving an explosion in overdose deaths. "It's a national health threat, it's a national safety threat," Donahue said, adding that drug gangs and criminal organizations now operate inside Mexico with impunity. "They do not fear any kind of law enforcement ... or military inside of Mexico right now."[227]


Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador expressed concern over the junta's open borders policy which incentivized human trafficing and organized crime.[228]


Ford Motor Company previously agreed with its workers, the United Auto Workers (UAW), to spend $900 million on a new electric vehicle product line for its Avon Lake, Ohio plant. The UAW had endorsed Joe Biden in the 2020 election. By March of 2021, Ford announced it was shifting production to Mexico claiming "conditions had changed since 2019" when the agreement was made, according to Reuters.[229] The junta refused to enforce provisions of the USMCA, which replaced the NAFTA trade deal.

Funding coup plotters

When Kamala Harris made her first visit to Guatemala, she was greeted by Guatemalan protesters with banners reading, "Kamala, Trump Won."[230]

President Lopez Obrador accused the Biden junta of funding a group seeking to undermine the Mexican government. "It's interference, it's interventionism, it's promoting coup plotters," said Lopez Obrador, describing funding that includes money from the U.S. Agency for International Development, commonly known as USAID, as an affront to Mexico's sovereignty. "A foreign government can't provide money to political groups."[231]


The people of Guatemala were very angry with the Biden junta for its empowerment and support of Latin American criminal gangs and drug cartels. Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei told CBS News, “We asked the United States government to send more of a clear message to prevent more people from leaving,” Giammattei said. When Biden took office, “The message changed too: ‘We’re going to reunite families, we’re going to reunite children,’” he said. “The very next day, the coyotes were here organizing groups of children to take them to the United States.” When Border Czar Kamala Harris arrived for a visit, the 56-year-old pro-abortion childless woman was not well received in the Catholic country. The junta facilitated the trafficing of Central American children in criminal gangs. Protesters greeted her "Kamala Go Home" and made clear her anti-pro-abortion messages and failure to protect Hispanic child immigrants were not well received.[232] According to the real purpose of Harris's trip is organize a Marxist regime change:[233]

President Giammattei is a staunch law and order conservative, and if he appeared to be undermining Kamala, it was because she had spent months undermining him.

In May, Kamala met with a number of leftist opponents of Giammattei, including former Attorney General Thelma Aldana, who had targeted conservative politicians with corruption charges, before herself being charged with corruption. Instead of returning home to face those charges, she received political asylum in the United States. Her social media is full of praise for Kamala Harris’ trip to Guatemala, and her promises to end "corruption" in Guatemala.

Behind the mutual charges of corruption is a struggle between the Left and Right, with socialists and narcoterrorists on one side and military officers and free marketers on the other.

Kamala and the Biden administration are choosing to stand with the Left. {...}

Kamala Harris quickly announced that the DOJ will create an anti-corruption task force that will provide "case-based mentoring to the Guatemalan Public Ministry, including the Special Prosecutor Against Impunity (FECI)" and "a rapid response capability to deploy U.S. prosecutors and law enforcement experts to provide mentorship to develop corruption cases."

This amounts to deploying DOJ assets to help local lefties take down conservative politicians.

That’s why Biden described Kamala as “the most qualified person to do it." Unlike much of the administration, she has a background as a prosecutor. And that’s her real job in Guatemala.

El Salvador

El Salvador President Nayib Bukele told Fox News the ‘new-liberal practice’ immigration policy was ‘immoral’ and 'not good for the US, not good for El Salvador, causing a brain drain and sending El Salvadore's future workforce to the U.S. in exchange for a tiny remittance.[234]


At the very moment the Biden junta announced the removal of sanctions imposed by President Trump on the socialist regime of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela, the Maduro regime abducted a prominent member of the opposition amd was surrounding the home of opposition leader Juan Guaidó.[235]


Biden planning to reestablish relations with Communist Cuba, which is opposed by two-thirds of Cuban-Americans.[236] He will also turn a blind eye on their human rights violations.[237]

Biden (left) Diaz-Canal (right)[238]

At the very moment the Biden junta was installing a leftwing totalitarian dictatorship in the United States, Cuba erupted with anti-communist protests.[239] The Biden State Department reacted with the absurd claim that the protests were not against communist oppression, but rather "to express concern about rising COVID cases/deaths & medicine shortages."[240] Chief junta propagandist Jen Psaki said, "Making sure your people have medical assistance, food, water that's something any government should be providing.”[241] While the commissar of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas refused to take any refugees and asylum seekers from the brutal communist dicatorship.[242]

Breitbart reported that socialist President Miguel Díaz-Canel issued an “order of combat” on July 11. 2021 demanding that civilian “revolutionaries” take the streets and violently assault anyone suspected of protesting against the regime. The regime shut down most access to the internet, but videos smuggled out of the country later that week showed buses full of armed civilians driving into some of the cities with the largest presence of dissidents, on orders to attack protesters.

Members of the Cuban exile community organized a protest in front of the Biden White House to demand Biden act to save lives in the country and to raise awareness for the scope of the violence and brutality the Cuban people face at the hands of the communist government. The protesters were adamant that fake news reports in left-wing establishment media outlets attributing the protests to a rise in Chinese coronavirus cases were deliberately obscuring the true demands of those taking the streets.[243]

United Nations

In early April 2021, Foreign Minister Antony Blinken removed sanctions placed against officials on the globalist, anti-Zionist International Criminal Court that were imposed by the Trump Administration.[244] The ICC has acted on behalf of anti-American and anti-Israel advocates.

Climate change

At an Earth Day virtual summit on April 22, 2021, Biden pledged to cut U.S. emissions by half by 2030,[245] the European Union agreed to go carbon neutral by 2050,[246] and the People's Republic of China pledged only to reduce coal consumption - starting in 2026.[247]

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