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I thought Taiwan was already independent? It's not part of China. The problem with China taking Taiwan is that it's the tip of the iceberg. Who is next Vietnam, Cambodia. Same as when Hitler took the Sudetenland. Where do you draw the line?

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Taiwan has some excellent armed forces. They are well trained and equipped and in defense of their homeland well motivated too.

China might have a million men under arms but they dont have space for a million men on ships.

Invading Taiwan would not be an easy undertaking. 

Stalemate or defeat would see a change of leadership in China. You think they want to risk that?

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12 minutes ago, Henryford said:

I thought Taiwan was already independent? It's not part of China. The problem with China taking Taiwan is that it's the tip of the iceberg. Who is next Vietnam, Cambodia. Same as when Hitler took the Sudetenland. Where do you draw the line?

Well..I rather suspect that was the thinking in 1965...and we won't go there,eh?

 

However the PRC does claim sovereignty over Taiwan so I am in agreement with poster "soulbundy" the more jawing and the less warring the better.

 

 

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14 hours ago, robblok said:

I doubt the USA or any other country will stand against China for Taiwan. There is no oil

This is not 40 years ago.  Currently has zero impact.

The US is now oil self sufficient in fact they export more oil then Saudi Arabia.

And recently, had so much excess oil being pumped they had no place to store it thus the price went to almost 0.

Could be Communists not taking over the world is more motivating.

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14 hours ago, bkk6060 said:

Hong Kong, Taiwan, who is next?  Thailand?

Difficult times but the western countries need to have a plan quickly to stop these Communist takeovers. 

The province of Australia.

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14 hours ago, tribalfusion001 said:

Then be prepared for a conventional war with the USA or nuclear attack.

no all Trump will  do is send (may-be) an insulting tweet

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12 hours ago, Tug said:

I agree but I doubt trump will do anything in spite of all his bluster he’s really a weak person imo and China knows it plus the vast majority of Americans don’t want to follow this man into a war nor does the military imo

Americans have been dragged into wars on false pretexts / lies repeatedly.  In recent decades, these were primarily foisted upon them by Oil Transnationals and another nation's foreign policy objectives - with the military supply corporations always glad to help.  Most US Media is owned by the same investors.  The State Dept is run by their representatives. 

 

With the CCP, we face a REAL existential threat to the USA and free nations in the region, and around the world.  Many of us objected to empowering a CCP-run China in the first place, citing the historical precedent of investments in Germany in the 1930s (as the USA was under capital-strike by the same).  But now, with a real threat at hand, the "crying wolf," to justify past wars, may make the needed response more difficult. 

 

Another hindrance to action, is that power within the USA is split on this.  One reason Flynn was targeted, was his assertion that "China is the Real Threat" (not Russia) - a position which, itself, is a threat to many billionaire's vested interests.  Many of the "Davos crowd" want to impose a version of the CCP's system on the entire world, and are not shy about saying so.  The tech companies already run their own version of the "social credit score" and exercise CCP-style political-censorship.

 

13 hours ago, Pilotman said:

yes it does, but treaties don't seem to mean much to Trump. 

"One China" became US official-policy under Carter/Brzezinski (the latter created the 'Taliban'), and that policy has continued ever since. 

 

If a "treaty" gets in the way of an objective of the elites, it will be discarded.  Trump will get his orders from them, and obey - or else. 

 

13 hours ago, Pilotman said:

sometime, someday, at some location, there is going to have to be a line draw in the sand with China.  Taiwan would be as good a location and cause as any to confront the communist thugs in Beijing. 

Breaking the agreement on Hong Kong would be another valid reason.  A "hot war" is not the only option, but "isolate and contain" should have been the policy since at least the day after the fall of the Berlin Wall - when China was no longer useful as a wedge against the Soviets. 

 

Instead, Russia and China were forced together, by the greedy Transnationals trying to "assimilate" Russia's natural-resources, via regime-change efforts and continued military advancement on Russian borders.  So much for "NATO will not move one inch beyond Germany" (James Baker III to Gorbechev - the same Baker who represented Cambodia vs Thailand in the Preah Vihear Temple case - doing serious harm US/Thai relations).

 

But, the Rockefeller/CFR, who populates EVERY state department no matter who wins the WH (to present) has been actively pushing to move the core of global power to China since at least the 1970s.  The State Dept has been run by 5th column traitors, going all the way back to Wilson, at least. 

 

It is possible there will be push-back now, only because the CCP may be resistant to Transnational-Corporate assimilation.  If the CCP seeks an independent course to its own power, they must be destroyed, in globalist-think. 

 

Therefore, sadly, any defense of Taiwan or Hong Kong will not be because the CCP is an evil totalitarian regime - it will be because they are not an "assimilated" regime, puppeteered by the same elites who control the largest transnational corporations and our own govt.  Like the CCP, the Transnationals also believe "there can only be one sun in the sky."  A "multi-polar world" composed of nations free of CCP AND Transnational-Corporate rule, is not an option either will consider.

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