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US democratic summit described as a circus


US democratic summit described as a circus

Washington, nov 26 (Prensa Latina) The Summit for Democracy called by the United States on December 9 to 10 was described today as a circus, according to digital post
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The press report stressed that the event is conceived as “a propaganda show supposed to convey strong US leadership that does not exist”.

The government of President Joe Biden invited 110 “participants”, it indicated and specified that the use of that term was necessary since not all are internationally recognized states.

Biden wanted to upset China. That is why it included Taiwan, which is not recognized as a state by the United Nations or Washington, it said.

The summit excludes countries like Hungary, a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union, where, according to polls, the opposition is to win next year’s elections.

Singapore, a democracy and somewhat ally of the United States, is not on the list, the publication noted.

This is likely because his prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong, refused to participate in the “coalition of democracies” proposed by the US president as a cold war-style entity directed against China, it explained.

Likewise, “enemies” of the United States, such as Russia, Venezuela and Iran, are not invited, of course, even though they regularly hold free elections, the text adds.

The propaganda is not even directed at a foreign audience. It is supposed to assure Washington that it still has the credentials it claims to have, stated.


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