The Yuyuan garden, one of the most popular tourist destinations in town, is crowded by holiday goers on the first day of a week-long National Day holidays in Shanghai, China, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013. This year marks the 64th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)AP2013
China’s official news agency is calling for a “de-Americanized world,” in a blistering editorial characterizing the United States as a “meddling” and “hypocritical” nation that introduces chaos into the world for its own ends.
“As U.S. politicians of both political parties are still shuffling back and forth between the White House and the Capitol Hill without striking a viable deal to bring normality to the body politic they brag about, it is perhaps a good time for the befuddled world to start considering building a de-Americanized world,” writes the Xinhua News Agency.
“. . . the world is still crawling its way out of an economic disaster thanks to the voracious Wall Street elites.”
- Xinhua News Agency
“Meanwhile, the U.S. government has gone to all lengths to appear before the world as the one that claims the moral high ground, yet covertly doing things that are as audacious as torturing prisoners of war, slaying civilians in drone attacks, and spying on world leaders.
“Under what is known as the Pax-Americana, we fail to see a world where the United States is helping to defuse violence and conflicts, reduce poor and displaced population, and bring about real, lasting peace.”
Xinhua is a state-controlled media agency that reports directly to the China’s ruling Communist Party.
The article, published Sunday, specifically references how, “the world is still crawling its way out of an economic disaster thanks to the voracious Wall Street elites,” as perceived failed policies in Iraq.
“Such alarming days when the destinies of others are in the hands of a hypocritical nation have to be terminated, and a new world order should be put in place, according to which all nations, big or small, poor or rich, can have their key interests respected and protected on an equal footing,” writes Xinhua.