US Senate passes bill to attack China

Eleven months ago, the US House of Representatives passed a bill asking China to allow the United States to open an embassy in Lhasa, Tibet.

Eleven months ago, the US House of Representatives passed a bill asking China to allow the United States to open an embassy in Lhasa, Tibet.

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The US Senate hastily passed the bill, which has been pending for 11 months, on December 21, 2020, declaring war on China. Eleven months ago, the US House of Representatives passed a bill calling on China to allow the United States to open a US embassy in Lhasa, Tibet, on the grounds that the United States recognizes Tibet as an independent state. Its capital is Lhasa. That is why the United States wants to build its embassy there. The bill became law after it was approved by the Senate on December 21. The US Senate has told China that if US Senate rules are violated, tensions between the US and China will escalate and the US will be free to take any action.

The United States and China imposed visa bans on each other in July 2019 over differences over Tibet. The move has escalated diplomatic tensions between the two major powers. The two major parties in the US Senate, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, have unanimously passed the bill. Mao Zedong’s role in making China a developed country is significant and extraordinary, and Mao Zedong said that Tibet is like a hand whose fingers are its river and whose palm is its land, so whoever has the palm of his hand He will be the king of the region, which is why Beijing has always maintained that its military liberated Tibet peacefully in 1951, but many in the region accuse China’s central government of exploiting them religiously and involved in the destruction of their civilization.

According to human rights groups, Tibetans are closely monitored and threatened with imprisonment and abuse if they show any signs of Chinese identity. Non-Chinese identities include photos of the Dalai Lama, who is in exile. China has rejected a US request to ban journalists from entering Tibet and set up a consulate in its capital, Lhasa, following the 2008 self-immolation protests. China then announced sanctions on Americans who misbehaved on Tibet. But a day earlier, the United States had imposed sanctions on China, prompting China to retaliate. China crushed the uprising in Tibet in March 1959. The Dalai Lama fled and took refuge in India, where he has established his government-in-exile in a Dharamshala. Where it has been funded by the Indian and American CIA and at the same time the United States had a plan in Tibet which is still being implemented. China and India have fought a war on this issue in which India suffered the worst defeat. Before becoming part of China, Tibet had a strong Buddhist monarchy.

The US position is that Beijing, under a system, has barred US diplomats, other officials, journalists and tourists from entering Tibet’s autonomous regions, while Chinese officials and citizens have greater access to US territory. The United States has imposed a visa ban on Chinese officials since July 2020, which is believed to play a key role in keeping foreigners out of Tibet. The Chinese Foreign Ministry has strongly opposed the US move, urging the United States to immediately stop interfering in China’s internal affairs through issues related to Tibet. In response to the US wrongdoing, China has decided to impose a visa ban on US officials who have misbehaved on the Tibet issue.

China had warned the United States that such measures would further damage US-China relations and cooperation. The United States has previously called for freedom of expression in Hong Kong and for the capture of millions of Uighur Muslims and other minorities, most of whom are Muslims. In 2018, the US Congress passed a law aimed at putting pressure on China over tougher sanctions in the Himalayan region. The United States sent its navy to Taiwan on December 15 and 16, in response to which the Chinese navy circled around Taiwan on December 19 and 20.

The US Congress also passed a bill on December 3, 2019 on discrimination against China’s Uighur Muslims, which would impose economic sanctions on top Chinese officials. China has reacted sharply, saying the US bill is aimed at defaming China’s efforts to combat extremism and terrorism and is an attack on the Chinese government’s Xinjiang policy. 407 members of the House of Representatives have voted in favor of the Uyghur Act 2019. The Uyghur Act 2019 condemns the Chinese government’s human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims in China’s Xinjiang province. Despite the discrimination against Muslims in Xinjiang, Pakistan still supports Chinese policies, but the Uighur community in Turkey has also been protesting in Istanbul against Chinese atrocities. There are 1.2 million Uighur Muslims who have been granted citizenship by the Turkish government. Whether the US supports millions of Uyghur Muslims or aids the Dalai Lama in Tibet, it is in America’s own interest to engage in the riots in which India is partnering with the US, which clearly means that India, the US and China are at war. It is preparing to inflict heavy damage on Pakistan and this is the biggest threat to Pakistan that it must avoid.


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