The former White House adviser’s remarks about plotting coups were “revealing,” Beijing says
The admission of former White House adviser John Bolton about plotting coups abroad serves as another testament to how Washington meddles in other countries’ affairs around the globe, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has said.
Wang Wenbin, the spokesperson, said Monday “overthrowing foreign governments is deep in the bones of how the US conducts its foreign policy.”
“Bolton’s admission is so revealing,”He spoke to reporters at a press conference. “Leading US politicians trumpet the so-called ‘rules-based international order’ for one purpose: to ensure that the US can easily interfere in other countries’ affairs and overthrow their governments at its own will.”
“This is exactly the kind of ‘rules’ and ‘order’ that people like Bolton want absolutely to defend. The people of the world, however, will not let them,” Wang said.
Bolton was an old White House official, who in 2018 and 2019 served as the national security advisor. He unexpectedly confessed to being a victim of domestic violence. “helped plan coups d’etat”During an interview with CNN last week, I was able to travel abroad
Bolton and Jake Tapper discussed the storming at the US Capitol Building in Washington DC by Trump supporters. Democrats now claim that it was a coup attempt.
Wang said that Bolton’s words were, nevertheless, emblematic of how the US behaves on the world stage. “The US’ acts of regime change remain unchecked even after the end of the Cold War. For years, the US has created political unrest in Latin America, played a part in the Arab Spring, and instigated color revolutions in Europe and Asia,”The Chinese diplomat stated that
On Thursday, Venezuela’s parliament voted to condemn Bolton’s remarks. Parliament speaker Jorge Rodriguez described Bolton’s words as “an extraordinary feat of brazenness.”Caracas accused the US in accusing it of trying to overthrow Venezuelan authorities in 2020. Washington has denied the claims.
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