China issues final warning to US saying regular warning not final enough
BEIJING (The Egg) — Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang warned Tuesday that the U.S. needs to stop making China issue warnings to the U.S. or risk another “devastating final warning,” citing recent allegations of spying and hostile behavior China warned the U.S. from mentioning.
Qin said in his speech that China explored no other option but to issue a final warning, fearing that a regular warning was not final enough, and that diplomatic options would make China appear weak.
“A tiger does not negotiate with an eagle, only warn the eagle from getting too close,” Qin said during a news conference. “We are serious this time, any attempt to continue existing will result in further warnings, some of them final.”
Chinese leader Xi Jinping stood next to his foreign minister during the speech, occasionally hyping him up by yelling out final warnings to Japan, South Korea, India, and the Philippines, while also announcing a Taiwan diss track is set to drop later this year.
“Do not try to contain us, we will respond forcefully when our military is up to standards, but until then, our diss track will serve as a final warning and will be devastating for all Western countries,” Xi said.
A U.S. State Department spokesman said in a statement Thursday they are aware of the upcoming diss track and hopes tensions ease before another final warning is issued.
“We have successfully ignored China’s warnings for decades, and we will successfully ignore this upcoming garbage diss track as well,” the statement said.
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