By: Kayhan Int’l Staff Writer
The remarks of the Chinese envoy to the UN that “the US is the biggest threat to peace and stability in the South China Sea,” ought not to be looked as a crisis pertaining to a particular geographical area.
It is actually part of a grave problem plaguing the whole world in view of the fact that the US is evil to its very core. It is the destabilizing factor all over the globe and the enemy of all nations.
What China’s Deputy UN ambassador Dai Bing said in his heated spat with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken at the UN Security Council in New York on Monday rings true all over the world.
He rightly remarked that Washington is “stirring up trouble out of nothing, arbitrarily sending advanced military vessels and aircraft into the South China Sea as provocations and publicly trying to drive a wedge between regional countries.”
We are witnessing this same destabilizing policy of the US in the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Oman, the Red Sea, and throughout West Asia, in addition to the mess the American occupation forces have created in the landlocked South Asian country of Afghanistan, where blood continues to flow like water.
Almost on a daily basis there are acts of provocation by the intruding US naval forces in and around the strategic Hormuz Strait, similar to what the Americans are doing in South China Sea, including the Taiwan Strait.
But for the illegal US presence and support for rootless and unrepresentative regimes, especially the illegal Zionist entity, as well as terrorists of all hue and colour, Syria would not have been plagued for the past eleven years by the macabrely murderous Takfiris who have killed over 500,000 people and displaced millions of others, besides destroying entire towns and cities.
Post-Ba’thist Iraq today would have been a sovereign, independent, strong and rich country today, but for the unwarranted presence of the criminal Yankees, who continue to terrorize the Iraqi people besides draining their oil wealth.
Yemen would have been spared of an imposed war and the destruction the US proxies have wrought on the Arab world’s poorest country over the past six years by massacring over 250,000 men, women, and children, and destroying the infrastructure.
If not for the unwanted presence of the US 5th Fleet in Manama and support for the repressive Aal-e Khalifa minority regime, Bahrain would have long become a democratic state.
In the Levant, Lebanon would not have been embroiled in a financial crisis, and Palestinians would have liberated their entire homeland, including Bayt al-Moqaddas and Islam’s former qibla, the al-Aqsa Mosque.
As for the Islamic Republic of Iran, it would not have been the prime victim of American economic, political, cultural, medical, and media terrorism for the past four decades.
The US is also the villain of the piece throughout Latin America, where it supports dictatorial regimes and undermines the sovereignty of legally elected governments in order to keep its stranglehold on the rich natural resources.
The same exploitative policy is pursued by Washington in Africa where people are forced live a life of sub-humans, with no hope to ever rid of the continent’s backwardness in spite of its abundant resources.
Last but not the least, the US is definitely not a friend of the people of Europe, who since the end of World War 2 have to bear the burden of American hegemony and military bases equipped with dangerous nuclear warheads for continuation of the unnecessary cold war confrontation with Russia.
The other day, the Russian Embassy in Washington shed light on part of US mischief all over the world, when it said: “US military forces deployed to the oil-rich northeastern part of Syria have no legal mandate to stay in the West Asian country under the allegations of fighting the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group.”
In a post published on its Twitter page in answer to a US military spokesman’s claim that American forces “are in northeastern Syria under international law — UN Security Council Resolution 2254 adopted December 2015,” the Russian embassy pointed out:
“It’s a matter of fact that US armed forces have no legal mandate to stay in Syria. Your interpretation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2254 is just ridiculous. Please, read the document thoroughly.”