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Joe Biden greets the pilots of Marine One before a return flight to Rehoboth, Delaware, Sunday, Jan. 21, 2024. (Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz.)

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‘Blood now soaks the soil of 3 continents. The aggressors are now dedicated to killing

Before World War II, multiple small regional conflicts had developed.

They finally merged.

And that is exactly what is unfolding now, according to an expert on international events, and Joe Biden is allowing it.

“Biden has opened the floodgates of hell. “While nothing is inevitable, we are rapidly approaching the point where, as a practical matter, you will not be able to prevent China and Russia, directly and through proxies, from conflating existing conflicts and turning them into the next global war,” Gordon charged. China expert Chang in a Gatestone Institute column.

He noted that “Biden’s foreign policy has collapsed. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan actually admitted as much to CNN’s Dana Bash on February 4.”

Bash said, “You’ve said now a couple of times on this show, and you’ve said it many times before, that the administration is trying to prevent this from escalating into a regional conflict.”

He then listed the conflict sites and said: “My colleague Peter Bergen cleverly pointed out that this conflict involves 10 countries, at least four major terrorist groups, so isn’t it already a regional conflict?”

Sullivan responded: “Well, Dana, what I would say is that these are different but related challenges. … For example, what is happening in the Red Sea is obviously caused to some extent by what is happening in Gaza, but it is not the same. The Houthis are not only attacking ships linked to Israel; They are attacking many different ships from many different countries. That is why we are trying to meet the challenge to freedom of navigation in the Red Sea. That is a different challenge. Militias in Iraq and Syria are attacking our forces. We are responding. And then, of course, Israel is dealing with both the Hamas challenge in Gaza and the Hezbollah threat in the north.”

Chang explained: “Sullivan, although it was not his intention, confirmed that the war in Gaza has already spread beyond that troubled strip. In reality, the situation is worse than it lets on. Hamas leaders have fled Qatar and are now hiding in Qatari diplomatic missions in Morocco, where the king does not want them, and in Algeria, where the regime welcomes them.”

He said that means Iran effectively has agents in the far western Mediterranean, in line with its threats to shut down shipping there, as it has already done in the Red Sea.

And Hamas operatives have now “also fled Qatar for Turkey, which controls access to the Black Sea, and Lebanon.”

The sequence has been: “Biden’s debacle in Afghanistan in August 2021 was quickly followed by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, by insurgencies fueled by China and Russia in North Africa, and by Iran’s attacks against Israel from Gaza and the Golan Heights.

He noted that Jonathan Bass of InfraGlobal Partners charged: “Blood now soaks the soil of three continents. More will spill out. The aggressors are now killing.”

Chang said Biden’s policies are failing because Biden believes it is possible to integrate “virtually all nations into the rules-based international system.”

But he said China and Russia no longer respect the sovereignty of other states.

This means that “Beijing and Moscow do not accept the assumptions that have defined the world since the Peace of Westphalia of 1648, which established the current international system. “Chinese and Russian leaders disagree on what should replace Westphalia, but they are working together to bring it down anyway,” he said.

That leaves Biden “trying to work” with China, while Xi Jinping “believes the United States is, at best, a Chinese colony.”

Biden is also trying to “manage” the war between Russia and Ukraine. And he is looking for a “compromise” in the Middle East.

“You should realize that there can be no agreement with regimes that seek the destruction of the United States (China and Iran, for example) or regimes that help those enemies (especially Russia). “

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