The world has had enough of Joe Biden.
At the G20 summit in New Delhi, the ‘self-propelled grandpa’ continued the sad spectacle of his continued destruction of US influence in the world forum as a leading global power.
As the American president’s cognitive decline becomes more apparent by the day, the credibility of the diplomatic initiatives emerging from the hell of Biden’s State Department is becoming less and less effective.
During public appearances next to other heads of state, he displayed his usual ignorant behavior, causing the other leaders to constantly gesture to him to push him in the right direction.
In addition, it was impossible not to see the tense, distressed face of the host, Indian Prime Minister Modi, as he continued to try to help weak Joe to his seat.
Once he managed to take his seat, he proceeded to misname the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and make confusing statements before abruptly ending his speech.
BIDEN: “The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salam, excuse me, Mohammed bin Salman… and since he’s not speaking today… maybe he will speak today. I had a note saying he wasn’t speaking. Anyway, I’ll stop there.”
The laughing stock of the world. pic.twitter.com/xtj23kILsU
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With such a formidable display of incompetence from the top, it is no wonder that the US and other Western states failed to push through a G20 statement on Ukraine that followed the Western ‘approved’ narrative.
“The Group of 20 adopted a consensus statement at a summit on Saturday that avoids condemning Russia for the war in Ukraine but calls on all states not to use force to seize territory.
[…] ‘Thanks to the hard work of all teams, we have reached consensus on the G20 Leaders’ Summit Declaration. I announce the adoption of this declaration’, [Indian PM] Narendra Modi told leaders including US President Joe Biden and heads of government and state from around the world.”
The G20 is deeply divided over the war in Ukraine. Western countries have previously urged a strong condemnation of Russia, while BRICS and other emerging countries demanded a focus on broader economic issues.
“We call on all States to uphold the principles of international law, including territorial integrity and sovereignty, international humanitarian law and multilateral system that guarantees peace and stability. […] We welcome all relevant and constructive initiatives that support a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in Ukraine. The use or threat of use of nuclear weapons is impermissible,” the statement said.
The response inevitably angered Ukrainians, who were not present because they are not members of the G20.
‘A Russian official told journalists that “very complex” talks took place on formulating the consensus-based joint statement, with the BRICS bloc and its partners “refusing to accept Western narratives” on the Ukraine crisis.
[…] The resolution also expressed the G20’s support for “all relevant and constructive initiatives supporting a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in Ukraine, which implement all the purposes and principles of the UN Charter for the promotion of peaceful, friendly and good neighborly relations” will uphold. among the nations.”
This was in stark contrast to last year’s G20 summit in Bali, which condemned Russian “aggression” in Ukraine and demanded the “complete and unconditional withdrawal” of Russian forces.
“The G20 summit in New Delhi became a new platform for conflict rather than cooperation for two major trends worldwide,” said author and columnist Oraib Al-Rantawi, founder and director general of the Amman-based Al Quds Center for Political Studies , Sputnik said.
“The first is pushing forward the new world order, a multipolar world order, and the other is led by the United States. The competition was very clear. The balance of power within the G20 is very sensitive between China, Russia and their friends and allies on the one hand, and the G-7 group on the other, and of course the United States,” Al-Rantawi said in a commentary on the compromise on Ukraine and other issues.”
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