Cadence of Conflict: Asia, November 29, 2021

China faces a very serious and very real boycott at the Olympic Games. The Olympic Committee awarded China as the host country and claims that politics isn’t its business; other governments need to handle that. Boycotts are under serious consideration in the United States, Canada, Australia, Great Britain, and the European Union via Lithuania. If athletes can’t compete against the countries that snatch up many of the gold medals, that pretty much reduces any remaining medalists to winning a “Nerf war”.

While the West rallies hatred against China for the political issues leading up to boycotts, few look at indications of deeper machinations. Try this on for size: the Olympic Committee didn’t ignore China’s human rights issues; China was set up for embarrassment. But because of China’s addiction to flattery, the Chinese Communist Party would never suspect for one instant that anyone who bows to their Confucian demands would do so to indict.

The swelling conflict with China was well-planned.

And, the rest of the world can’t stop lauding Taiwan more each day. This isn’t just a global trend of justice against China’s disparities. This isn’t just a human trend from Heaven’s choice to put Taiwan on the map. Trends are true, but they never tell the whole story. Powers in the West are up to something. There’s always more going on.


Here’s The Growing List Of Countries Weighing A Diplomatic Boycott Of The Beijing Olympics // Forbes

Peng Shuai: IOC defends handling of rights concerns before Beijing Games // SCMP


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US draft bill seeks to boost Taiwan’s global standing // Taipei Times

German mention of ‘Taiwan’ lauded // Taipei Times

US urges Honduran candidates over Taiwan // Taipei Times

Taiwan confirms US summit attendees // Taipei Times

Arms procurement budget bill passes // Taipei Times

China warns firms on backing Taiwan independence // Taipei Times

China accuses US of ‘mistake’ after Biden invites Taiwan to democracy summit // Guardian