China’s Foreign Ministry established a renewed attack on U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday, stating that his latest criticism of the Chinese Communist Party has been”very dangerous” and subjected his”menacing intentions”.
Last month, Pompeo awakened U.S. rhetoric from China’s ruling Communist Party, saying Beijing was concentrated on global domination and had to be faced.
China has been always bothered by Pompeo, if his remarks about China’s Belt and Road infrastructure job or allegations of Chinese rights abuses in the far western region of Xinjiang, also in several different locations.
Talking at a daily news briefing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang stated Pompeo’s strikes on China’s political strategy and calling China a hazard was “filled with ideological prejudice” which China strongly opposed.
“Pompeo is splitting apart and putting in antagonism against each other the Chinese people and the Chinese Communist Party to provoke their connection,” Geng said.
The celebration has ever maintained and guarded the interests of the Chinese people and has gained their profound confidence and faithful help, he added.
“It has to be pointed out that Pompeo’s remarks are really harmful and severely inconsistent with his position since U.S. Secretary of State,” he added.
“They completely expose his black intentions of fishing to get political funds by being anti-China.”
He must stop”jabbering on” together with his unwarranted criticisms of China, Geng said.
China’s stepping up of rhetoric from Pompeo comes as China and the USA find a truce in their trade war by registering a”stage one” commerce deal.
The world’s two biggest economies have other significant regions of debate, such as the disputed South China Sea, U.S. service for Chinese-claimed Taiwan and human rights, particularly in Muslim Xinjiang.