Chinanews.com, Beijing, October 22 (Reporter Zhang Weiran) Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said at a regular press conference on the 22nd that a small group of American politicians incited ideological confrontation deliberately led the world to a "new The "Cold War" is the resurgence of McCarthyism, which goes against the trend of history, is unpopular and doomed to failure.
Data map: Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Zhao Lijian.
A reporter asked a question. The US President’s National Security Affairs Assistant O’Brien published an article in the US “Foreign Affairs” magazine on the 21st, saying that China’s communist ideological agenda far exceeds China’s borders and is going global, which poses a threat to democratic ideals.
How does China respond to this?
Zhao Lijian said that O'Brien's statement is based on the heart of the United States, ignoring history and reality, and is full of strong ideological prejudice and Cold War thinking.
A small group of American politicians instigated ideological opposition deliberately to lead the world into a "new cold war." It is the resurgence of McCarthyism, which goes against historical trends, is unpopular, and is doomed to failure.
Zhao Lijian pointed out that we have repeatedly emphasized that the path taken by each country is based on its own cultural tradition and historical accumulation.
No force is qualified to deny the path chosen by other countries, and no country will reform its own system according to the likes and dislikes of others.
China never exports ideology, never interferes in the internal affairs of other countries, never seeks to change the system of any country, and has no intention of engaging in ideological confrontation with the United States or any other country.
This is what we said, and we did it.
"If the U.S. government is open-minded, it can completely declare to the world like the Chinese government: the U.S. does not seek to export ideology to the world, does not seek to change the political systems of other countries, and will never interfere in the internal affairs of other countries. If the U.S. government makes such a promise I believe it will be warmly welcomed by all countries." Zhao Lijian said.