China to invade Taiwan IV
I’ve gotten two repeated inquires about my news on China preparing to invade Taiwan and the first question, “Why Leizhou” as an invasion launch point, is simple — the Chinese have built (over decades) a huge rail hub there connecting that city with the rest of China — so they could move troops there quickly, and without satellite notice.
The second question is answered by the news piece just released today and repeated below. The question is, “Why now?” and the answer is International Law courts are slowly bringing the Chinese South China Sea adventure either to a close, or a head.
The Chinese PLA wants it to be a head.
How do I know this? The U.S. cannot and will not stop freedom of the seas navigation tours. Actually Obama is so weak that could happen — but his term is ending; so this problem will manifest itself SOON.
June 5, 2016.
Freedom of navigation patrols carried out by foreign navies in the South China Sea could end “in disaster”, a senior Chinese admiral has said, a warning to the United States after last week’s ruling against Beijing’s claims in the area.
China has refused to recognize the ruling by an arbitration court in The Hague that invalidated its vast territorial claims in the South China Sea and did not take part in the proceedings brought by the Philippines.
It has reacted angrily to calls by Western countries and Japan for the decision to be adhered to.
China has repeatedly blamed the United States for stirring up trouble in the South China Sea, a strategic waterway through which more than $5 trillion of trade moves annually