The head of the European Union and the regimes of Iran and China celebrated the departure of former President Donald Trump from the White House, hinting in their messages at the impact of the former Republican’s policies.
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The propagandist media and mouthpiece of the Chinese communist regime celebrated former President Trump’s departure.
Xinhua published an article that read, “Good riddance, Donald Trump!”
According to Breitbart, the Xinhua article said that Americans who share the former president’s opposition to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are “weak inside” and that the CCP’s “determination and strength” will carry it to victory in its quest for world domination.
The Global Times, another CCP propaganda media, went a step further, and pretended to publish netizens’ opinions about President Trump (note: comments on the Internet in China are regulated by the state and those that do not go with the Party line are censored), ranging from accusations including being selfish, dishonest, a populist, and anti-globalization.
China Daily, the Party’s mouthpiece newspaper, also accused the former president of having attempted a coup on Jan. 6 when a group of leftists stormed Congress.
President Trump’s four years in office were marked by his strong opposition to communism and to this authoritarian form of government.
Initially, despite the economic war, the former president was friendly with leader Xi Jinping, but things took a drastic turn after the CCP lied, with the help of the WHO about the origin and severity of the CCP Virus that seriously affected the United States.
President Trump was the first president to publicly accuse the CCP of the pandemic, and then the United States was joined by governments such as Australia, leaving the CCP exposed to international scrutiny.
President Trump’s war against the Chinese communist regime escalated from there. Sanctions against officials involved in the genocide of the Xinjiang Uighurs, and against companies that use their slave labor, shattered the fantasy that the CCP is a world power and decimated its economic might.
On his departure from the State Department, Mike Pompeo declared that the CCP’s actions in Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region with the Uighurs was tantamount to genocide, the first time a government has officially used the correct term to describe the CCP’s ethnic cleansing campaign.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani celebrated the end of the Trump era in an interview with the state TV station.
Rouhani said that President Trump was a “state terrorist” accusing him of assassinating Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani, leader of the terrorist unit the Revolutionary Guards Corps and mastermind of the deaths of hundreds of Americans and terrorist attacks in the Middle East.
According to Iran’s state-run PressTV, the Iranian leader declared, “Today is the end of the political life of the individual who violated international law and [U.S.] obligations for four years.”
Rouhani hoped that with Biden in the White House, the United States will re-sign the controversial Obama-era Iran Deal, which although signed to make Iran give up its nuclear intensions, ended up having the opposite effect as the millions of dollars the United States granted with the pact to Iran, were used to advance its nuclear weapons.
“If they (American statesmen) sincerely return to the law and show their honesty in practice, we will also fulfill our own commitments,” Rouhani said.
President Trump not only withdrew the United States from the Iran pact but also imposed severe economic sanctions on the country, preventing companies from trading with it freely.
In addition to declaring the Revolutionary Guards Corps a terrorist organization, he had killed Soleimani, who operated several terrorist cells to destabilize the region.
The former president also achieved the signing of peace treaties between Israel and several Muslim-majority countries such as the Kingdom of Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Morocco, and Sudan, which resumed diplomatic relations, paving the way to end decades of conflicts inflamed precisely by regimes such as Iran.
This past Wednesday, speaking in front of the European Parliament, the head of the European Union, Ursula von der Leyen, said that they now “have a friend in the White House.”
“This time-honored ceremony on the steps of the U.S. Capitol will be a demonstration of the resilience of American democracy. And resounding proof that, once again, after four long years, Europe has a friend in the White House,” von der Leyen declared.
Von der Leyen celebrated the fact that on his first day, Biden returned to the Paris Agreement, putting the climate change agenda, which is projected to destroy millions of jobs, at the top of his priorities.
The globalist leader made no secret of her desire to increase censorship of conservative and patriotic voices on social media.
She said that the European Union and the United States—now under the Biden administration—should “impose democratic limits” on “hate messages,” a term that Big Tech and globalists usually use to call the opinions of Trump’s followers.
She left no room for doubt about her contempt for the Republican leader’s presidency and the millions of people who voted for him in the last election.
“While Donald Trump’s presidency may be history in a few hours, his movement will not be. More than 70 million Americans voted for him in the election,” Von der Leyen complained.
In addition to pulling out of the Paris Agreement that only hurt the U.S. economy, President Trump made European Union members increase their defense spending by withdrawing American troops from Europe.
While there were conflicts between the European bloc and the United States with tariffs on imports, the biggest contrast between these globalist organizations such as the European Union and the United Nations was the stark difference between the vision of these authoritarian governments and President Trump’s libertarian approach.
“For decades, the same tired voices proposed the same failed solutions, pursuing global ambitions at the expense of their own people. But only when you take care of your own citizens, would you find a true basis for cooperation,” President Trump said during the U.N. General Assembly in 2020.
He added, “And I am proudly putting America first, just as you should be putting your countries first. That’s okay. That’s what you should be doing.”
When globalists call for more lockdowns, more censorship, and revenge and wish to force everyone to accept nontraditional ideologies, President Trump won the affection of millions of people around the world precisely for promoting a model of government that prioritizes individual freedom and the belief that by being virtuous there will be prosperity.