China’s Olympics Are at the Center of a New Axis of Evil

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, China, February 4,2022 (Sputnik/Aleksey Druzhinin/Kremlin through Reuters)

It’s pushed by passivity in the face of its outrages.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE S ome years ago, when the 21st century was still young, the president of the United States utilized a State of the Union address to acquaint the American individuals with an “axis of wicked,” a group of nations linedup with one another, bent on scaring those of us who thought in liberty and democracy. The charter members of that “axis” were North Korea, the Islamic Republic of Iran, and Saddam Hussein’s Iraq. “I will not wait on occasions while threats collect,” George W. Bush informed the puttogether Congress. “I will not stand by as danger draws closer and moredetailed. The United …

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