In a development that defies comprehension, not only has China destroyed the economy of the U.S. (and the rest of the world) with its Wuhan virus, it has now been revealed that up to 38,000 Chinese–900 of whom are guilty of violent crimes–are under deportation orders in the U.S. but cannot be sent back because China won’t take them.
The South China Morning Post reported on June 26 that China’s refusal to re-admit those thousands of their own citizens is nothing new. The Chinese government, according to the SCMP, often claims “that their immigrant documents are ‘insufficient,’ their passports are ‘counterfeit,’ or that those involved simply are not Chinese.”
For this reason, the U.S. has labeled China a “recalcitrant” nation, along with the likes of Iran, Pakistan, Cuba, and Eritrea.
Previous administrations have lacked the will to persuade such “recalcitrants,” though President Trump is trying anew, accusing China of breaking its international commitments and “creating security risks for American communities.”
We’ll see how it goes. For now, this is just another example of the ongoing friction between the U.S. and the Middle Kingdom.
For more, see Breitbart News.
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