China’s War Plan for Taiwan Intensifies
Blog readers know I’ve been asserting for a year now that China is in advanced war planning to take over the independent island of Taiwan, a small Democratic nation with it’s own military and a 23 million person population. Not sure how many people believe me, but at least one radio show has made fun of me (while I was on air) for my theory. That’s O.K., if the warning has reached even one set of eyes that need to see it, I’m happy.
The story excerpt below should alarm you because a war game exercise by the CCP off the Taiwanese coast would be an excellent cover for the opening moves of a surprise attack. If, up to this point, you have been a skeptic of my theory, please read this Reuters story carefully. Talk like is quoted here from a CCP military source — as reported by a reputable organization like Reuters — is very alarming.
After this invasion, the Communist Chinese will blame Trump, they will blame Taiwan, they will blame Japan, Capitalism, you name it, they will blame everybody and everything — except the real reason they must do this. The CCP eventually faces civil war and/or changes to their governing systems because the Communist Chinese ruling regime in Beijing — can’t take the heat from the constant river of information that flows everyday from the capitalist, democratic, and wealthy Chinese living on Taiwan and communicating with their family members in mainland Chinese China, where the government lies to it’s population on a grand scale.
Here is the Reuters piece, after reading this blog piece make sure to send it to 10 people you know and that keep up on world affairs because this is a world affair we are not keeping up on — BUT – need to.
From Reuters — By Ben Blanchard and Benjamin Kang Lim | BEIJING
China’s military has become alarmed by what it sees as U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s support of Taiwan and is considering strong measures to prevent the island from moving toward independence, sources with ties to senior military officers said.
Three sources said one possibility being considered was conducting war games near the self-ruled island that China considers as a breakaway province. Another was a series of economic measures to cripple Taiwan.
It was not clear whether any decisions had been taken, but the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the Taiwan issue had become a hot topic within the upper echelons of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in recent weeks.