Joe Biden greets the pilots of Marine One before a flight back to Rehoboth, Delaware, Sunday, Jan. 21, 2024. (Official White House photo by Adam Schultz)
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‘Blood now soaks the soil of 3 continents. Aggressors are now on killing sprees’
Back before World War II there were multiple small, regional conflicts that had developed.
Eventually they merged.
And that is exactly what is developing now, according to an expert on international events, and Joe Biden is allowing it.
“Biden has opened the floodgates of Hell. Although nothing is inevitable, we are fast approaching the point where, as a practical matter, he will not be able to stop China and Russia, directly and through proxies, from merging existing conflicts and turning them into the next global war,” charged Gordon Chang, an expert on China, in a column at The Gatestone Institute.
He pointed out that, “Biden’s foreign policy has collapsed. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan effectively admitted that to CNN’s Dana Bash on February 4.”
Bash said, “You have said now a couple times on this show and you have said this many times before that the administration is trying to prevent this from spreading into a regional conflict.”
Then she listed conflict locations and said, “My colleague Peter Bergen smartly pointed out that this conflict involves 10 countries, at least four major terrorist groups, so isn’t this already a regional conflict?”
Sullivan responded, “Well, Dana, what I would say is that these are distinct but related challenges. … For example, what’s happening in the Red Sea is obviously to a certain extent triggered by what’s happening in Gaza, but it’s not the same thing. The Houthis aren’t just hitting ships related to Israel; they’re hitting a lot of different ships from a lot of different countries. And so we are trying to deal with the challenge to freedom of navigation in the Red Sea. That is a distinct challenge. The militia groups in Iraq and Syria are hitting our forces. We’re responding. And then of course Israel is dealing both
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