South China Sea WAR: Xi Jinping warns 'bullying' will be met 'head on' in disputed waters

The Chinese president issued the warning on Friday at the Great Hall of the People as he taunted China’s resistance against US’ animosity in the South China SeaPresident Xi hinted at the US’ pressure asserting that China “will fight and fight to the end, even if you are the number one superpower in the world.”

He added: “Any actions that focus only on oneself and any efforts to engage in hegemony and bullying will simply not work not only will it not work, but it will be a dead end.”

China’s leader also attacked Washington saying “unilateralism, protectionism, and egoism will never work”.

He added: “Blackmail, blockades, and extreme pressure will simply get nowhere.

“Any act of hegemony and bullying will never work.

“It will eventually lead to a dead end.”

He added: “Seventy years ago, the imperialist invaders fired upon the doorstep of a new China.

“The Chinese people understood that you must use the language that invaders can understand.

“You must fight a war with war and to stop an invasion with force, earning peace and respect through victory.

In an editorial for state news newspaper Global Times published last week, Mr Xi said: “When China was very poor, it didn’t surrender to United States pressure.

“Today, China has grown to be a strong country, so there is no reason for China to fear the US threats and suppression.”

In the article, published last Wednesday, he boasted the “glorious victory” that “left the Americans with the deepest impression that what Chinese people say counts”, and to respect “China’s red lines”.

Mr Xi also warned that China was ready to “fight war with war”.

He added: “We showed the world the courage of our armed forces to fight and win.”

The Korean civil war was the only military clash between China and the United States.

The encounter preceded a deadlock between the two nations.

But President Xi insisted the ruling Communist Party will always maintain “absolute leadership” over the armed forces.

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