21 August, 2021

China responds to the Afghan Taliban's announcement of the founding of the nation

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying presided over the regular press conference. A reporter asked questions. On the 19th, Afghan Taliban spokesperson Mujahid issued a statement on social networking sites saying that the Taliban announced the establishment of the "Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan." Does China intend to admit it?

Hua Chunying said that we have taken note of the Afghan Taliban's statement and that the various factions in Afghanistan are still negotiating the structure of the future regime. Yesterday we saw reports that Atta’s representatives held talks with the chairman of the Afghanistan High Commission for National Reconciliation, the former president, and others. China’s position on the Afghanistan issue is very clear and clear. We hope that Afghanistan’s establishment is open and inclusive. A broadly representative government pursues a moderate and prudent domestic and foreign policy and conforms to the wishes of its own people and the general expectations of the international community. 【Editor in charge: Fu Wenjia】

Canada's move will definitely anger China!

A group of Canadian lawmakers recently joined the Formosa Club. Such actions are likely to draw Canada into conflict with Beijing on the Taiwan issue. In this kind of conflict, Ottawa will gain nothing, but will lose everything.

Hong Kong "South China Morning Post", August 18th article, original title: Canada should learn from the Meng Wanzhou incident and stay away from the US-China confrontation. A group of Canadian parliamentarians recently joined the Formosa Club-composed of European parliamentarians with the purpose of "coordination" And strengthen" to promote relations with Taiwan. Such actions are likely to drag Canada into conflict with Beijing on the Taiwan issue. In this kind of conflict, Ottawa will gain nothing, but will lose everything.

"South China Morning Post": Canada should learn from the Meng Wanzhou incident and stay away from the US-China confrontation

This is just the latest of a number of recent Canadian initiatives that are sure to anger China. None of them received official support from the Canadian government—in fact, the Trudeau government has always shown that it has nothing to do with these actions. But this kind of approach is a confrontation with the Chinese government, which is trying to achieve the reunification of the motherland. These actions by Canada have not promoted peace and dialogue between the two sides, but have indulged "Taiwan independence" forces.

Canadians don't care about these things. However, if tensions in the Taiwan Strait increase, Canada is likely to fall into a disadvantaged situation. Although Canada does not have enough military strength to promise to take any action, it will participate in actions involving the United States, Britain, Australia and other countries. Given that the Taiwan Strait crisis involves two nuclear powers, the risks are high.

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There is another confrontation, and that is the Meng Wanzhou incident. So far, we have witnessed how a simple extradition case turns into a high-risk political game involving two large countries and a middle-sized country in between. The Meng Wanzhou incident highlights that Canada does not have the conditions to intervene in the high-risk game of big powers. Although Ottawa is unwilling to confront its closest allies in order to rescue its citizens, Beijing has not backed down in its fight for Meng Wanzhou's release.

For China and anyone who advocates a more rational and calm approach to the current bilateral tensions, some Canadians in the public opinion are demonizing. Canada apparently failed to recognize the impact of the Meng Wanzhou incident, and it has become a pawn between the United States and China, and it is also vulnerable to attacks from hard-liners in Canada. As a result of this hard line, the settlement of the detention of two Canadians was delayed.

Meng Wanzhou data map

In the early days of the Meng Wanzhou incident, Canada could have chosen to refuse to be dragged into this (US-China) confrontation. In the current situation, it is best for Canada to stay away from future conflicts. After all, those conflicts have almost no impact on Canada’s national interests, and Canada has no ability to influence those conflicts in one way or another. It might be better to be a bystander. (Author Richard De Jardin served as a Canadian civil servant for 29 years, translated by Chen Junan)

The US ambassador to China, is it him?

Biden announced his intention to appoint Nicholas Burns as U.S. Ambassador to China

On August 20, local time, US President Biden announced his intention to appoint Nicholas Burns as the US ambassador to China.

Burns Data Map

Burns has served as the US Deputy Secretary of State, State Department Spokesperson, US Ambassador to Greece, and US Representative to NATO. He has cooperated with the Chinese government on Afghanistan issues.

(Original title: U.S. Ambassador to China, is it him?)

Source: CCTV News Client

For 20 years, the United States has been painstakingly operating the "Opium Empire". What has China done in Afghanistan?

Build dams, build hospitals, build schools...

Who really helps the poor in Afghanistan?

August 18

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Li insisted

"As a friendly neighbor and sincere friend of Afghanistan

China always pursues the orientation

Friendship policy of all Afghan people

Whether this is past, present or future

Will not change

China will continue to support the peaceful reconstruction of Afghanistan

Within the limits of our ability

Provide assistance to Afghanistan’s economic and social development"


The Provisional Government of Afghanistan has just been established

China immediately lends a helping hand

Provide 1 million U.S. dollars in cash for the U.S. side

As a government start-up fund

And 30 million yuan

Emergency supplies

China Bicycle City in Kabul

More than twenty years

In this land full of violence and war

China has been helping Afghanistan

Provide medical care, education, infrastructure, food

These most basic and important help

Sowing hope for the suffering local people

China's contracted project in Afghanistan: the Jalalabad Highway completed

January 2002

China pledges to aid Afghanistan with US$150 million in 5 years

Half is free aid

Half as concessional loans

Kabul Republic Hospital aided by China

Kabul Republic Hospital aided by China

In addition to donations

China built for Arab aid

Parwang Water Conservancy Rehabilitation Project

Kabul Republic Hospital and other projects

And provided material assistance and human resource training

China's aid project-Parwang Water Conservancy Rehabilitation Project

June 2006

During President Karzai's visit to China

China and Algeria sign the two governments

Trade and Economic Cooperation Agreement

Since July 1, 2006

China gives Agh 278 kinds

Zero-tariff treatment for exports to China

In 2006 and 2007, the direction of Arab

Provide 160 million yuan of free assistance

March 2009

China donates to Afghanistan

Dredging equipment worth 1,787,500 US dollars

MCC Jiangtong Aynak Copper Mine Project Camp

July 2009

The bid was won by the MCC-Jiangxi Copper Consortium

Aynak Copper Mine in Afghanistan officially started

China-aided Afghanistan National Science and Education Center

March 2011

China and Arab countries sign to aid the construction of Arab countries

Science and Education Center Project

April 2011

The two sides signed China's aid construction

Department of Chinese, Kabul University

Teaching building and guest house project

Teaching Building of the Chinese Department of Kabul University

June 2015

China and Arab countries sign aid

National Vocational and Technical College Project

Groundbreaking Ceremony of Aid Vocational and Technical College

November 2015

China and Arab countries hold aid to Afghanistan to fight the earthquake

Handover Ceremony of Emergency Humanitarian Supplies Project

December 2015


Aid Project for Pakistani Refugees on the Arab Border

Handover ceremony

A total of 377 professionals have been trained for Afghanistan throughout the year

Among them, 277 Afghan trainees were selected to participate in training in China

Training 100 Afghan technicians in Afghanistan

Handover Ceremony of Emergency Humanitarian Supplies Project

February 2016

China and Arab countries sign to aid Arab earthquake victims

Handover Certificate of Repatriation Cash Exchange Assistance Project

China-aided construction of the auditorium of Kabul University in Afghanistan is hoisting steel roof trusses

May 2016

China and Arab countries sign to aid Akabul University

Comprehensive teaching building and auditorium project

China donates medical supplies to Afghanistan

April 2020

The first and second batches of China's aid to Afghanistan

Anti-epidemic medical supplies project

Handover ceremony

China aids Afghanistan with anti-epidemic supplies

July 2020

China-Arab States Sign Urgent

Food aid projects

November 2020

The first batch of emergency

Food aid arrived and delivered

The Embassy in Afghanistan Holds the Handover Ceremony of the Food "Relief Package" for the Aid to Afghanistan

Build hospitals, repair dams, donate supplies...

China helps local people improve their living conditions

Use practical actions to build a "community with a shared future for mankind"

But on the other hand, a certain "democratic" country

Twenty years "come and go"

Put Afghanistan in the quagmire of war

Not only that

Also manipulated the Afghan drug trade

More than forty years

Made the local people suffer

"Working hard" for 40 years

The "Opium Empire" controlled by the United States

On November 15, 2017, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime released its annual survey report on opium in Afghanistan. In 2017, the opium poppy cultivation area in Afghanistan reached a record 328,000 hectares, an increase of 63% over 2016. The previous record was 224,000 hectares created in 2014.

In the 1980s, the CIA agent in Afghanistan quickly became the leader in the cross-border drug trade. The climate of Afghanistan is very suitable for opium cultivation, and the average yield is 2 to 3 times that of the Golden Triangle of Southeast Asia. The CIA acquiesced to the Afghan resistance movement to engage in opium production and trafficking to raise food and weapons. According to the “instructive” report of the U.S. State Department in 1986, opium “is an ideal crop for a war-torn country because it requires little capital investment, develops rapidly, and is easy to transport and trade.”

Poppy balls that began to ooze poppy cream

In May 1990, as the secret war came to an end, the "Washington Post" disclosed the fact that US officials had long refused to investigate allegations that its Afghan "friendly" leaders were engaged in drug dealing.

In fact, Charles Cogan, the former head of the CIA's operations in Afghanistan, made no secret of this, “We don't need to apologize for not conducting these drug trade investigations. Of course (indulgence) drugs (cultivation and trade) have consequences, but Our main task is to cause as much harm as possible to the Soviet Union." Now that the United States has once again ushered in the "Saigon Moment", it is really ironic to look back at the remarks made by American officials .

Poppy cultivation in Afghanistan

As the Soviet army withdrew from Afghanistan, the United States quickly abandoned Afghanistan. The latter failed to obtain a peaceful solution to domestic problems, nor was it able to obtain funds to heal the wounds of war and rebuild their homeland. A tragic civil war broke out in Afghanistan, killing millions of people, but the United States turned a deaf ear to it.

In these precarious years, opium poppy has become a crop for Afghan farmers to ensure immediate profits. During this period, the output of Afghan opium has been rising steadily, rapidly exceeding the 2,000 tons mark per year from more than 100 tons in the 1980s.

After the United States invaded Afghanistan in 2001, under the banner of combating al Qaeda and the Taliban, it turned a blind eye to the cultivation of opium poppies by its ally in Afghanistan, the drug warlord. According to statistics from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the output of opium in the first year after the US military entered Afghanistan in 2002 soared to 3,400 tons, and in 2020 it was a record of nearly 10,000 tons. Afghanistan has become the world's largest opium poppy growing country and opium producer , with opium production exceeding 85% of the world's total production.

Ironically, the US official in charge of Afghan affairs warned that US reconstruction projects, especially those “involving irrigation, roads, and agricultural assistance”, may be an important factor leading to the surge in opium cultivation—provided by the United States. The deep well technology and desert control of the country are adding water to the opium harvest in Afghanistan.

The secretary of the Russian Federal Security Council stated: "The United States has established a'global-scale institutional laboratory' in Afghanistan in the past 20 years, and its opiate output has increased by more than 40 times, but the development of Afghanistan has gone backwards for decades!"

Until now

The United States, which calls itself the "World Police"

Once again ushered in the "Saigon Moment"

Withdraw from Afghanistan in a dingy manner

Twenty years

The US under the banner of "humanitarian aid"

Left to Afghanistan

The mess of drug proliferation and political corruption

The tiger skin banner of the "Human Rights Beacon"

How long can it be shaken?

Published under Blog on 21 August, 2021.