“Dear Hitler…” or Joe Biden is the Neville Chamberlain of Our Time

Except that Biden is arguably worse that Chamberlain. Maybe a lot worse.

Speaking of Xi Jinping, the leader of the authoritarian Chinese Communist Party, the party that organizes the totalitarian bureaucratic collectivism that enslaves the Chinese people and is striving to bring down the West (with a lot of western elites serving as colonial collaborators), Biden admits: “he doesn’t have a democratic—small-“d”—bone in his body.” Biden prefaces that admission with “I don’t mean this as a criticism.”

I want readers of this blog to think long and hard about what Biden is saying. Internalize it. Think about what Xi and the CCP has done and is doing to the West. Think about what Xi is doing to his own people. Xi is perpetrating genocide against the Uyghur people. Xi is a genocidal authoritarian. Sound familiar? But Biden doesn’t mean that as a criticism.

Joe Biden would be the Neville Chamberlain of our time except that, in Biden’s case, he is arguably the most significant Western actor in the making possible the fusion of Chinese industrial might with Western capitalism and the rise of Xi. He is like Chamberlain having 25 hours of private meetings with Hitler over the course of several years, with these years embedded in many more years of raising Nazi Germany to the level of a world power that threatens democracy globally.

Biden said he has probably spent more time with Xi than any other national leader has

Why, if you go through your house, do you see Chinese technology everywhere? Where did the capital-intensive high-wage manufacturing jobs Americans used to perform go? They’re in the slave labor camps of China. Who made that possible? Joe Biden and people like him.

Workers of America, you have been betrayed. And one of the chief betrayers is now your president. If you voted for him, this is what you voted for.

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Andrew Austin

Andrew Austin is on the faculty of Democracy and Justice Studies and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin—Green Bay. He has published numerous articles, essays, and reviews in books, encyclopedia, journals, and newspapers.

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