We will not be bullied: Xi Jinping warns the world

Xi Jinping delivers a speech at a ceremony marking the centenary of the CCP in Beijing. Photograph: Xinhua/REX/Shutterstock

President of the People’s Republic of China, Xi Jinping gives the rest of the world a warning, in his speech celebrating Chinese Communist Party’s 100 year anniversary.

Xi announced in front of a crowd of 70,000 supporters, that as the party leader he vows to make China great again, saying the days of China being ‘bullied’ are gone. He added that China will not be a country to bully another country. “We have never bullied, oppressed, or subjugated the people of any other country, and we never will.”

The crowd erupted as their leader announced that he will not be tolerating anymore sanctions on the Chinese government or its people. “We will not accept sanctimonious preaching from those who feel they have the right to lecture us,” Xi added.

Chinese relations with countries like USA and India has worsen past few years with USA sanctioning and increasing tariffs on Chinese exports. Australia and Canada has also locked China in trade disputes.

However, this doesn’t seem to concern China, as President Xi assured his people that China will stand strong defending its nation. “No one should underestimate the resolve, the will and ability of the Chinese people to define their national sovereignty and territorial integrity,” he said.

Xi was talking about the conflict of Taiwan, as he suspects USA has imparted into the war, ‘distributing weapons to the island’s government’. But he seem fully committed to ‘restore’ Taiwan in his speech. He considers Taiwan as a breakaway province of China and he intends to use any force necessary to unify the province.

China is also being criticized for the way Uyghur Muslims are taken away from their homes, stripped off their freedom and put into concentration camps. Human rights defenders from all over the world have urged Chinese government to give back the Uyghur Muslims their freedom. China simply responded by they are doing nothing but educating the people in the camps.