The Red Horse Is “At The Edge Of The Precipice” As China Threatens The U.S. With “Revenge” For Siding With The Hong Kong Protesters – End Of The American Dream – Michael Snyder

A new “cold war” has officially begun, and it could potentially throw the entire world into a state of chaos.  As you will see below, China is warning the U.S. to “rein in the horse at the edge of the precipice” as the conflict between our two nations threatens to spiral out of control.  This week, the Senate and the House of Representatives both passed the “Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019”, and this new law is essentially a public declaration that the U.S. government fully supports the protesters in Hong Kong.  For the past five months, violent protests have been rocking the streets of Hong Kong, and this week we witnessed the worst violence yet.  Hong Kong police conducted an extended siege of protesters that were holed up at a university campus, and the horrific human rights violations have shocked the whole planet.  Since the beginning of the siege, hundreds of protesters have been injured and more than 1,000 of them have been arrested.  It is a major crisis, and our representatives in Congress felt compelled to do something.

But to the Chinese, this move by Congress is being viewed as a direct intervention in their internal affairs.  The protesters in Hong Kong want independence from China, and that is a very noble goal, but the communist Chinese government will never, ever allow that to happen.  For Chinese leaders, the status of Hong Kong is something that must never be questioned, and so when the U.S. Congress publicly sided with the protesters it felt like an insult to their national honor.  In essence, over in China this new law is being viewed as a direct assault on Chinese sovereignty, and it has created a tremendous uproar.

But here in the United States, most Americans don’t even know that the “Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019” was unanimously passed by the Senate on Tuesday and then passed by a vote of 417 to 1 in the House of Representatives on Wednesday.

In fact, the mainstream media is so obsessed with covering the impeachment proceedings that they have devoted very little coverage to what Congress just did.

But the truth is that this is one of the biggest news stories of the entire decade.

And the fact that Republicans and Democrats were united on this issue is a very big deal.  The following is what Nancy Pelosi had to say after the bill was passed by the House…

The Congress is sending an unmistakable message to the world that the United States stands in solidarity with freedom-loving people of Hong Kong and that we fully support their fight for freedom,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on the House floor. “This has been a very unifying issue for us.”

Reuters is reporting that President Trump is expected to sign the bill, and even if for some reason he didn’t there are more than enough votes to override any veto.

What this means is that the next election is not going to change anything.  Siding with the Hong Kong protesters will still be official U.S. policy no matter who wins in 2020.

Needless to say, the Chinese are extremely angry about this new law, and the official newspaper of the ruling communist party is warning that the U.S. needs to “rein in the horse at the edge of the precipice” and that China will soon “take resolute revenge”

Source: The Red Horse Is “At The Edge Of The Precipice” As China Threatens The U.S. With “Revenge” For Siding With The Hong Kong Protesters – End Of The American Dream

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