Center for Security Policy Executive Director Frank Gaffney said the integration of interests is motivating China, Iran, Russia and North Korea to increasingly cooperate and create an alternative world order.
“Some might call it an axis of evil between the most important players: China, Russia, Iran and North Korea.The four are now working together to bring about a new world order. [That] Gaffney said in an Oct. 24 interview with NTD, a sister publication of The Epoch Times.
China’s increasingly aggressive communist regime is swiftly allied with autocratic powers around the world, raising concerns about a second Cold War between two competing blocs led by China and the United States. increase.
“They want to rule the world because of evil, and we are preventing that ambition from coming to fruition,” Gaffney said in a recent publication by the Center for Security Policy, “The CCP is at War with Added a book called America. It explains how China wants to attain the status of world sovereign.
“So they are working together on the ground in Ukraine. They are doing nuclear weapons and mock attacks in places like Russia and China. of oil and in some cases transfer it to the rest of the world for the benefit of China and sanctioned countries.”
Chinese President Xi Jinping, who recently secured an unprecedented third term, is scheduled to meet President Joe Biden at the G20 summit in Bali next week. This is also the first direct meeting between the two leaders since Biden took office.
China and its allies share a common attitude toward their own people, which Gaffney calls “disdainful and downright brutally oppressive.” He put particular emphasis on Iran due to negotiations on a new nuclear deal with the United States and mounting protests against Iran’s Khomeini regime.
Iran and China say that “their people are expendable and they are likely to be treated very badly, especially if they prove to be hostile to their regime. And that is , means that what is happening in Iran is becoming more and more abnormal.People are now standing up to this regime with great courage, and the regime is attacking it violently,” said a former Reagan administration official. Mr Gaffney said.
Iran has seen nationwide protests since the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman who allegedly died in suspicious circumstances after being arrested for wearing a hijab improperly. On rare occasions, the Iranian regime has deployed police on horseback into the streets of the capital to suppress demonstrations, according to videos posted on social media and seen by Agence France-Presse (AFP).
UN experts have confirmed that thousands of people have taken part in daily demonstrations since Amini’s death. sexual arrest and detention, gender-based and sexual violence, excessive use of force, torture and enforced disappearance.
Gaffney compares it to the 1989 student-led pro-democracy movement of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Tiananmen Square, where both the Chinese and Iranian regimes have said that those who are not with them are expendable. He said he made it clear that
“And you are likely to be snuffed out at will,” he said, adding that the United States should support the Iranian people’s fight against the dictatorship and work to outlaw it. rice field.
“People have mostly been trying to negotiate some sort of new deal on Iran’s nuclear arsenal. Nonetheless, it’s an obsession, especially for the Biden administration,” Gaffney said.
He wanted a formal end to nuclear talks between Iran and the United States because he said it would give the Iranian regime legitimacy.
“And it will, among other things, support the Iranian people with sanctions, visual and public expressions of support, and otherwise seek a more concerted effort to achieve this goal, which they clearly aspire to. will reveal the way to take action, and we will reap the benefits [it] If we can achieve that, it would be incredible,” Gaffney said.
‘I thought it was a lucky day’
Gaffney said the Center for Security Policy has compiled a “Chinese Communist Party Challenge” on its website that reveals six different ways the United States can meet the challenges posed by the Chinese Communist Party.
“First, they [CCP] They are mortal enemies, transnational criminal syndicates that we must defeat. or else to be able to put up with what they think of us,” he said.
Breaking away from reliance on China-based supply chains is the third way, and building a strong military is the fourth way. “We need to rebuild our military. Unfortunately, at the moment it’s sad and getting worse by the day for a variety of reasons,” Gaffney said, claiming the Biden administration played a role. .
He said that the CCP has compromised many people who hold influential positions and high-ranking officials in the country, and that the fifth way to confront the CCP is to make sure these people resign. Stated.
“Finally, six. We need to stop underwriting the Chinese Communist Party. We are enabling the war they are waging against us. [in] Unlimited prekinetic foam. But unfortunately, it seems more and more likely that they will take dynamic forms in the near future,” Gaffney said.