It appears China (and Russia and other Asian countries) is “calling out” THE USA CORP via its figurehead (Mr. Obama), and that they are not buying the same old same old stories anymore. Guaranteed there is much more to this picture than can be viewed in these articles. Perhaps Benjamin Fulford will shed more light on this in his next update.
Even though Mr. Obama is looking “not so good” in all of this, I feel (sense, “get”, etc.) that he has had to play a very difficult “pro-Light/pro-dark” type game to help in bringing the cabal down.
“The misunderstanding between the White House and the host of G20 summit first became evident from the moment the US president’s plane landed in Hangzhou, China. There was no staircase for Obama to exit the plane and descend on the red carpet. Obama used an alternative exit to reach Chinese soil.
““China provides a rolling staircase for every arriving state leader, but the US side complained that the driver doesn’t speak English and can’t understand security instructions from the United States; so China proposed that we could assign a translator to sit beside the driver, but the US side turned down the proposal and insisted that they didn’t need the staircase provided by the airport,” the official told the newspaper on Sunday.
“Right next to the airstrip, a quarrel broke out between a presidential aide and a Chinese official who demanded that the journalists traveling with Obama be prohibited from getting anywhere near him… When White House officials insisted the US would set the rules for its own leader, their Chinese counterpart shot back. “This is our country! This is our airport!” the Chinese official yelled.”
“President Barack Obama leveled a severe warning against what he views as China’s continued misbehavior in the South China Sea saying that there will be “consequences” if Beijing refuses to back down from its increasingly aggressive behavior that he says is worrying its neighbors. “Part of what I’ve tried to communicate to President Xi (Jinping) is that the United States arrives at its power, in part, by restraining itself,” said Obama in a CNN interview.
“The statements fell flat given President Obama’s plainly stated goal of minimizing China’s regional influence as part of his “Asian pivot” as well as in light of recent diplomatic friction with a key American ally, the Philippines, whose President accused the United States of treating it as a colony on Monday before erupting in an obscenity laden tirade against the US President.”
“…President Obama said that the issue of Russian hackers invading America’s cyberspace was a critical issue he raised during the summit amid a bout of anti-Russia hysteria in the United States provoked by claims that Putin has converted Republican nominee Donald Trump into an agent of the Kremlin in addition to concerns regarding the DNC Leaks.
“It was then that President Obama hurled headlong into threatening a cyber war against Russia saying, “Look, we’re moving into a new era here where a number of countries have significant capacity.”
“The comments made by President Obama do not exist in a vacuum with the White House initiating a federal probe into Russian intervention in the 2016 presidential campaign following a letter by Senator Harry Reid to FBI Director James Comey asserting that Putin may alter Election Day results to benefit Trump who he referred to as a treasonous agent of Russia in three out of five paragraphs.
“Hysteria took full force last week when it was reported that the election systems of Arizona and Illinois were breached by hackers with officials immediately pointing the finger at Russia despite a lack of evidence. What was actually hacked in Illinois, however, was not an election system, but rather a voter file that is already accessible to people online…”