The United States, the United Kingdom and Canada joined the European Union in announcing sanctions against the Chinese Communist Party over human rights in Xinjiang on March 22. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying responded by saying that these three countries, together with the EU, account for “only 11 percent of the world’s population” and are not important at all. This statement has led to a wave of mockery from the public.
Hua Chunying was asked at a regular press conference on March 23 whether she was worried about the coordinated implementation of sanctions by more countries, and was furious for five minutes, saying that the population of the United States, Britain and the EU, together with the EU, “accounts for about 11% of the world’s total population. And China’s population accounts for one-fifth of the world’s total population. The voices of these countries do not represent international public opinion, and their positions do not represent the position of the international community”, and asked these countries to “take a good look at themselves” and so on.
After Yang Jiechi, Wang Yi and other top Chinese diplomatic officials lost their diplomatic etiquette during the Alaska talks and showed their rude side as crazy “war wolves” on the international stage, there were a lot of mockery of Chinese officials on social media platforms and comments that “diplomatic negotiations have turned into verbal abuses, is Xi someone stimulated by something? Xi was stimulated by something”. Hua Chunying’s irascible statement drew another wave of ridicule, such as.
“If you put it that way, your party only accounts for less than one-tenth of the country’s population and is not elected or empowered in any way, but you still shamelessly bark around on behalf of more than a billion people.”
“Do you have 11 percent of your own one-fifth of the population supporting you?”
“Then how can 90 million communists dare to represent more than a billion people, but also on behalf of the people of the Earth to put the Earth under control, really shameless.”
“The 90 million members of the Chinese Communist Party account for only 6 percent of China’s population, and why do they claim to represent the Chinese people! Only a government elected by the people on a one-person-one-vote basis is qualified to say that it represents the people and public opinion.”
“The next step is: war on the Anglosphere! War on the United States of America! War on Canada! War on Europa!”
“The communists have kidnapped 1.4 billion Chinese as hostages, and such occasions call for the number of hostages to counteract the rules of the civilized world. But when it comes to Education, health care, pensions, etc., when handing out the plague relief of the century, 1.4 billion people are nothing, not a single cent. What’s going on in China is, to put it bluntly, a matter of 20 or 30 cult demons deciding the fate of 1.4 billion people. Rogue regimes never treat people as human beings, all of them are just hostages coerced by the barrel of a gun.”
There are views that Hua Chunying’s words sound extremely absurd, but she is actually targeting the relatively uninformed people in China, and is shouting to the Chinese people. According to LT Vision, “‘Europe and the United States do not represent international public opinion’ has become the CCP’s latest core propaganda slogan to lull the Chinese people. This reflects a retreat of the CCP’s public opinion propaganda. After failing to alienate Europe and the United States, it simply declares that European and American public opinion does not matter. After Yang Jiechi Alaska first made public the CCP’s new propaganda strategy, the CCP Foreign Ministry spokesman used it again today. It also reflects that Yang Jiechi’s 16-minute rant in Alaska was a carefully orchestrated farce by the CCP.”
In response to the EU joining forces with the US, Canada and the UK to sanction Chinese Communist Party officials, the foreign ministers of Australia and New Zealand have issued statements welcoming the move against the CCP.
And the European Parliament called off the deliberations on the EU-China Investment Agreement after the Chinese Communist Party announced sanctions against European parliamentarians and institutions in retaliation for the EU. It is expected that the investment agreement is likely to be shelved. It is believed that the Chinese Communist Party is paying the price for its almost irrational “mad wolf” diplomacy.