Recently, U.S. Secretary of state pompeio and others have tried to piece together an alliance, and have spared no effort. “Fearless” by the epidemic, Peng traveled to Europe twice, visiting Britain, Denmark, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Austria, Poland and other countries, calling on western countries to unite against China. Some people are worried that China will be isolated from the so-called “free world” and become a “minority” in the international community under the continuous clamor of individual American politicians. They worry that the United States will lead the western world to curb China, which is different from its ideology. Is that really the case? Since the collapse of the Roman Empire, the ways and results of the confrontations between cliques in the western world have been different, but they have always followed the principle of “no eternal friends, only eternal interests”. Ideology may be an important indicator of camp division, but it is not the only one. In the Fourth Crusade of the Empire, for the sake of the conquest of the Roman Empire, it was completely indifferent to the interests of the Christian. In the 16th century, France and the Ottoman Empire formed a “sacrilegious alliance” in order to curb the Habsburg dynasty. From the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century, in order to fight for hegemony and carve up colonies, the European powers formed two camps: the allies and the allies. In World War II, the United States and Britain formed an alliance with the Soviet Union in order to defeat German Japanese fascists. After World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union established two opposing camps to fight for hegemony. However, in the Suez Canal War, the United States and the Soviet Union united to strike the final “death knell” for the “imperial dream” of allies Britain and France. Today’s China is not the Soviet Union. China does not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries and does not export ideology. The first concern of the Chinese government is the well-being of the 1.4 billion Chinese people and hopes that the Chinese people can live a good life. Internationally, China is an important promoter of multilateralism and has always been a defender, builder and contributor of the international order. Today’s West is not what it used to be, especially at the present time of the great epidemic. Countries are busy coping with the double blow of epidemic and economic recession, and do not want to fall into the ideological trap. Some American politicians stick to the cold war zero sum thinking and ideological prejudice, trying to use ideology to stir up relations between China and Western countries and kidnap the normal exchanges between China and the West. In fact, other western countries have extended their cooperation to China. China and the EU are committed to reaching an investment agreement between China and the EU in 2020, and transporting international anti epidemic materials from China to Poland, Italy, Germany, France, Spain, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Lithuania through the China Europe train; China and Japan have launched express routes to help restore bilateral trade. China is the first major economy to recover growth after the epidemic. Western countries expect to strengthen exchanges with China and inject confidence and impetus into economic recovery, so they have no intention of engaging in ideological struggle. < p > < p > in order to achieve the “grand” goal of making the United States great again, the current U.S. government adheres to the “U.S. priority” and never cares about the friendship of its allies. Internationally, the United States has announced its withdrawal from UNESCO, the United Nations Human Rights Council, the World Health Organization and other international organizations, the Paris Agreement on climate change, the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue and a series of arms control agreements signed with Russia. For its allies, the United States “six relatives do not recognize” the big trade war, pointing at the EU, Canada, Mexico, Japan, South Korea and other important trading partners, which completely violates the foundation of “the United States must develop normal commercial relations with all countries”; it constantly threatens to withdraw from the allies, so as to ask for “protection fees” from the allies, and even tries to use the issue of garrison to stir up relations among European countries.
, there is not much left. The novel coronavirus pneumonia is being ravaged worldwide. The US side has cut the financial support to who at the critical moment of the global epidemic. All these make the Allies see clearly the selfishness of the U.S. government and the continuous differentiation between the interests of allies and the United States under the impact of “trump ultrasound”. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Europeans should take their destiny in their own hands, and French President Marcon bluntly said that NATO had “brain dead”. Even Japan, the “Small Follower” of the United States, is accelerating its pursuit of strategic autonomy. Although some American politicians try their best to make noise and hope to build alliances, the international community really has few. Even the most intimate partner of the United States, the so-called “five eye alliance” countries, have not come forward to respond publicly, let alone France, Germany and other European countries, emerging market countries and developing countries. Some politicians in the United States have no shame in describing the precarious alliance relationship as solid as a rock, regarding breaking the contract and retiring from the group as a perfect leadership role, and using the attack on China to transfer the domestic people’s concern about the ineffective anti epidemic and the intensification of social contradictions. In fact, they are only singing “monologue” and “amusing themselves” by trying to pull countries onto the chariot of the alliance. Few countries will buy it. In the 21st century, pompeio and his colleagues still stick to the Cold War mentality and even use the cold war vocabulary in their speeches. They are really “unique and have no branches”. This can only expose their rigid thinking and ignorance. They always have a word on their lips, and the tide is turning. This reminds people of a sentence that Dr. Sun Yat Sen once said a hundred years ago: “the world trend is vast and mighty. If it goes along, it will prosper; if it goes against, it will die.”.