China News Service, May 7 (Sweet) 

"The last time these guys got together for China was in 1900,

  One hundred and twenty years ago, still dreaming.


  On May 7, the famous Chinese cartoonist Wuhe Kirin released an "old photo", which once again swept the entire Internet.

The picture shows a screenshot of Chinese cartoonist Wuhe Qilin's Weibo.

  Before thinking of it, Wuhe Qilin had also posted some works that were difficult to distinguish between true and false and "seamlessly". Many netizens wondered, "Is it really just old photos?"

  Many people think of the "Eight-Power Allied Forces."

  Some netizens figured out the original picture.

On May 4th, local time, representatives of the Group of Seven nations met in London, England.

  Some netizens also explained that this "old photo" is actually a newly created CG painting.

  Now, many netizens understand——

  This is obviously ironic, the G7 foreign ministers' meeting held in the UK a few days ago!

  Comparing the two photos carefully, the details are full and meaningful.

Detail one, India in the corner

Image source: Screenshot of Chinese cartoonist Wuhe Qilin's Weibo image.

  India is not a member of the Group of Seven, this time it was invited by the United Kingdom to participate.

Although the epidemic is out of control and many infected people do not even have life-saving oxygen, the Indian government decided to attend as scheduled.

  Unexpectedly, two positive cases of COVID-19 were found in the delegation, and Indian Minister of Foreign Affairs Jayson Su had to attend the meeting online.

Detail two, the person in the "old photo" looks the same as the Eight-Power Allied Forces, but with an extra mask.

Image source: Screenshot of Chinese cartoonist Wuhe Qilin's Weibo image.

  Affected by the epidemic, this is the first offline "event" held by the G7 in two years.

Anti-epidemic and other related issues should have become important topics, but not surprisingly, China has become a high-frequency vocabulary of this meeting.

Detail three, "The hegemonist vest has never been changed!"

Image source: Screenshot of Chinese cartoonist Wuhe Qilin's Weibo image.

  The text United Kingdom 2021 under the original photo of the Group of Seven has become Invaders United Kingdom 1900.

  Also, to strip off the so-called "vest" of human rights and democracy by the G7 Foreign Ministers, what is exposed once again is nothing more than the ugly nature of Western countries' wanton interference in other countries' internal affairs.

  From the special consultation before the meeting to the final closing, the G7 foreign ministers’ meeting has been intensifying the hype about the "China-Russia threat theory."

  The long joint statement issued after the meeting was even more blatant about Xinjiang-related issues, Tibet-related issues, Hong Kong, and the South China Sea, slandering China's "violation and trampling of human rights."

  In this regard, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin stated on May 6 that the accusations made by the G7 foreign ministers against China have no basis in fact, and they are also a flagrant intervention in China's internal affairs.

Wang Wenbin said that the G7 should focus on international anti-epidemic cooperation at this time instead of hoarding vaccines and creating contradictions and differences in the international community.

  For example, the so-called "forced labor" issue in Xinjiang is just an excuse for some Western countries to impose trade sanctions on Xinjiang cotton and other related commodities.

In response to these so-called "accusations," China has long used accurate data and facts to refute its lies and prove its innocence to the international community.

  China's sovereignty and rights over the Diaoyu Island and its affiliated islands, the South China Sea islands and their adjacent waters have sufficient factual and legal basis.

  In the G7 joint statement, the so-called "behavior of China's undermining of a free and fair economic system" is only a common excuse used by it to discredit China's economic development.

Instead of working together to promote the recovery of the global epidemic, they are trying to create contradictions. Where is the "moral superiority" that Western countries often talk about?

  Ironically, the Group of Seven states itself as a "defender of democracy," but the latest poll of more than 50 countries and regions gave this answer:

  Who is the biggest threat to global democracy?

  People interviewed from 53 countries and regions voted for the United States.

  Nearly 44% of survey respondents worry that the United States will endanger the democracy of their country.

In particular, since 2020, the perception that the United States poses a threat to democracy around the world has increased significantly.

  The survey results also show that, whether it is for the United States or the G7, "defending democracy is not as simple as lip service."

The picture shows a screenshot of Weibo netizens' comments.

  Western countries have been trying to use all kinds of excuses and lies to discredit and attack China.

  But 120 years later, China is no longer the country that was bullied by Western powers!

  Western countries obsessed with the logic of hegemony should also wake up.