On the heels of ISIS claiming to have executed a Chinese national --- Fan Jinghui, 50 --- and the news that three Chinese nationals were killed in the Mali attack, China appears to have entered the war on terror.
Chinese president Xi Jinping said he would "crack down" on violent terrorist operations and join the war against the Islamic State.
"China will strengthen cooperation with the international community, resolutely crack down on violent terrorist operations that devastate innocent lives and safeguard world peace and security," said Jinping.
Interesting comments from the communist president who has committed innumerable atrocities against his own people. But, hey, who's counting?
In their propaganda publication Dabiq, ISIS published pictures of Jinghui and Norwegian national Ole Johan Grimsgaard-Ofstad, both of whom were allegedly executed.
China's response marks one more super power joining the fight.
With the news today that Turkey brought down a Russian fighter jet, the playing field in the war on terror continues to expand.
On radio today, Glenn once again reiterated that World War III has begun. While the vast majority of people may not recognize it, history will record it as such.
Listen to Glenn's radio program for more.
Featured Image: French President Francois Hollande and China's President Xi Jinping attends a news conference at the Great Hall of the People on November 2, 2015 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Jason Lee - Pool /Getty Images)