Nancy Pelosi became a challenge for China, China was instigated twice before…
US Senate Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan is being discussed around the world. China is angry with Pelosi’s visit. During this visit, 21 Chinese fighter jets entered Taiwan’s air defense area. Despite all the threats from China, Nancy Pelosi reached Taiwan. Not only this, he gave a clear message to China from Taiwan’s soil that America is committed to protecting democracy in Taiwan. He said that there is a struggle between democracy and autocracy in the world. America will not go back on its promises to Taiwan. Support for Taiwan by Nancy Pelosi is like ‘rubbing salt in the wound’ for China. But this is not the first time that Nancy Pelosi has raised her hand on China’s pain, she has also been a major challenger to China in 1991 and 2008.
Who is Nancy Pelosi?
Nancy Pelosi is the president of the US Senate. The president is the third highest office in the US, after the president and vice president. This is Nancy’s fourth term and this time she has been in this position since 2019. Nancy is 81 years old. He comes from a political family. His father was the mayor of Baltimore. He has also led the city 5 times in Congress. Nancy’s brother has also been the mayor of Baltimore.
Nancy Pelosi first became an MP in 1987. He was elected Speaker of the House in 2007 under the leadership of George W. Bush. This is his fourth term as speaker. He ranks third in the US government. Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan is the first visit by an elected US top leader in 25 years. First, in 1997, the then Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, visited Taiwan.
When did Nancy Pelosi tease China?
This is not the first time Nancy Pelosi has teased China. Their standoff with China is almost three decades old. It has long been opposed to the ruling Communist Party of China.
Banners flew in Beijing in 1991
Pelosi visited Beijing in 1991. Meanwhile, Pelosi arrived in Tiananmen Square with fellow politicians and journalists. Here he hoisted the banner. It read, ‘For those who died for democracy in China’. In fact, in 1989, some students demonstrated at Tiananmen Square demanding democracy. During this, the army fired on them and bulldozed them. In which hundreds of people died.
Ignoring China’s protest met the Dalai Lama
Nancy Pelosi visited India in 2008. Meanwhile, he met the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibet, in Dharamsala. China considers the Dalai Lama its enemy. China also strongly opposed the visit of Nancy Pelosi. Nevertheless, Nancy met with the Dalai Lama along with nine lawmakers. When Nancy Pelosi came to India in 2017, she also met the Dalai Lama. Meanwhile, he said, America remains committed to the people of Tibet, their faith, culture and language.