Given the actions of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) “which is clearly focused on world domination,” Sen. Rick Scott R-Fla.) urged the union between the United States and its allies to counter it.

“We ought to do this together. All democracies are going to have to say to themselves: are they going to continue to appease the Communist Party of China, which is clearly focused on world domination and has taken jobs from democracies all over the world and stolen technologies from all over the world?” Scott questioned.

Scott, a member of the Senate National Security and Armed Services committees, denounced the growing influence of the CCP and has proposed several ways to stop it.

On the one hand, he asked his fellow citizens to stop buying products imported from China, he also asked the International Olympic Committee to withdraw Beijing from the 2022 Winter Olympics and accused the CCP of trying to interfere with the development of a vaccine against the CCP Virus.

He also made it clear that the CCP violates human rights, free trade, the rule of law, and does not want to integrate into the world.

Scott also expressed his displeasure at the CCP’s abuse of Uighurs and Hong Kong citizens.

The aggressiveness and conflicts that the Chinese regime has provoked in several regions of the world have not gone unnoticed, in addition to the mishandling of the CCP Virus, so a group of parliamentarians from several countries formed an alliance to curb the CCP’s claims of global domination.

Thus, on June 4, the organization of the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC) was announced. Initially composed of 8 countries and 18 legislators from various continents, it has grown to 13 countries and 100 legislators in just one week.

IPAC’s principles are, “A free, open, and rules-based international order that supports human dignity is created and maintained through intention,” among others. 

Specifically, it also proposes, “To take a tougher stance on the Chinese Communist Party.”

IPAC said that in dealing with the CCP we must safeguard rules-based international order, defend human rights, promote trade equity, strengthen security, and protect national integrity, all of which are very much in line with Scott’s request.