Biden warns, 'China wants to take away America's right'


US President Joe Biden held talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping for the first time on Thursday (Indian time), 22 days after taking the oath.

The very next day, Biden held a meeting with some members of the US Senate and warned that we cannot follow China's policy. China wants to eat our made food (lunch). That is, he will try to take away our rights from us.

Biden told some senators that if the US did not show pace in terms of spending on infrastructure, China would fall heavily and the US would lag behind. Therefore, there is a need to spend more on this.

In a nearly two-hour phone conversation with Xi Jinping a day earlier, the Chinese President said that the confrontation would harm both countries, so we need to move out the middle.

During this time, Biden also raised issues that China shrugs off. The next day, Biden warned in a meeting with members of the Environment and Public Works Committee that the confrontation could actually prove to be extremely fatal for both countries. According to a report, China is spending heavily on high-speed rail networks, residential apartments with advanced technology, mobile networks, and power grids.

"We need to increase spending on infrastructure," Joe Biden said in a meeting with senators. China is spending billions of dollars in various fields. Whether it is the means of transport, environmental plans, or other infrastructure matters, China is spending heavily on them. So we also have to step up and improve our standard.

China bans BBC for wrong reporting of Uigars

China has banned the broadcast of BBC World News on charges of violating reporting guidelines. On the announcement made by China's television and radio regulator, the BBC said it was disappointing. It is announced. A week earlier, Britain revoked the license of China Government-controlled broadcaster China Global Television Network (CGTN).

China has previously criticized the BBC for its suppression of Uygar Muslims in Xinjiang province and reporting on the Coronavirus epidemic. The NRTA has said that the BBC tried to harm China's national security and solidarity with its news related to China in a gross violation of regulations related to radio and television and foreign satellite channels. Therefore, neither the BBC will be allowed to continue serving in the Chinese region nor the BBC's application for broadcasting for the next year will not be accepted.

China's move unacceptable: Britain

Britain's Foreign Minister Dominic Robb called China's move an unacceptable move to disrupt media freedom. He said this decision is part of a wider campaign to suppress free media in China. He said China has imposed some of the most serious restrictions on the freedom of media and the internet around the world and this latest step will tarnish China's reputation in the eyes of the world.

Shock to China: France Atomic submarine landed in the ocean

France has deployed a nuclear strike submarine in the South Sea to face China's multilateral challenge on Friday, according to US President Joe Biden's appeal. The Asia Times quoted French Defense Minister Florence Parley as saying that this is a far-reaching program of our naval capability that has been carried on for a long time with Australia, the US, and Japanese allies. Parli announced in a tweet a week ago that the submarine would be deployed under international law in the maritime sector. This action is expected to increase tensions with China.