Video: Major weenie John Cena apologizes to commie China for referring to Taiwan as a country

May 25th

Translation:

"Hello, China. This is John Cena. I did many, many interviews for Fast & Furious 9. In one of the interviews I made a mistake.

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I must say, this is very, very, very, very, very, very important, I love and respect China and Chinese people. I am very very sorry for my mistake. You must understand, I really love and respect China and Chinese people."

Heck outta here with that garbage!

So, you may be asking yourself, what did John Weena do to merit such a contrite and self-beclowning apology to communist China ... spoken in Mandarin and posted to Weibo, no less? Well, he said this in an interview promoting the new Fast & Furious movie:

"Taiwan will be the first country to see Fast & Furious 9. This movie is really great—and it's huge. You'll be the first to see the film."

Yeah, that's it. He referred to Taiwan as a country. Oh, he was also speaking Chinese during that interview.

Quick explainer:

Taiwan, a democratic, self-governed nation, has not been recognised as a country by most international nations after Taipei lost its China seat in the United Nations to Beijing in 1971.

Beijing views Taiwan as a renegade province and sees any diplomatic recognition by foreign powers of the Taiwanese administration as an attack on its sovereignty under its "One China" principle. China's leader Xi Jinping has vowed to "unify" Taiwan with the mainland, by force if necessary. Surveys in Taiwan show the overwhelming majority of Taiwanese are against "unification" with China.

Is there anything more pathetic than seeing American bazillionaires prostrate themselves before the genocidal communist Chinese government for a few more dollars?

I will take this opportunity to leave you with Conor McGregor's accurate description of John Cena, delivered 5 years ago:


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