Chinese Academic Claims Beijing Attack On Taiwan in Five Years
A popular in the West lecturer stated that Beijing would unify Taiwan by the 100th Chinese army's anniversary.
Dr. Jin Canrong, associate dean of Renmin University of China's School of International Studies claimed that Communist China can, as he put it, unify Taiwan by force within one week, and that the its army can defeat any U.S. force within 1,000 nautical miles of the coastline.
Once the National Congress of the Communist Party of China is over in the fall of 2022, the scenario of armed unification will move toward becoming a reality, he told Japanese news agency Nikkei in a recent interview.
The Communist China has long pursued an A2/AD that is an anti-access/area denial strategy to keep U.S. naval forces out of the waters around Taiwan. This mainly involves increasing the caliber and number of ballistic missiles that could take out U.S. aircraft carriers, such as the DF21-D, which could potentially be steered to hit a moving carrier via terminal guidance.
It is very likely that the leadership will move toward armed unification by 2027, the 100th anniversary of the PLA's founding, Mr. Jin said.
Chinese academic statement coincides with warnings of conflict over Taiwan occurring sooner than in 2049 that were voiced by various U.S. Commanders with experience of Indo-Pacific. Nearly all of them, including U.S. Navy Admiral Philip S. Davidson commander of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, debunked that gravely mistaken assumption warning that attack may in the next six years or sooner.
THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN VIEW
Communist China has been violating the rules-based order established after World War II in Indo-Pacific. Since the Chinese Communist Party lacks a democratic mandate, from a legal perspective, it is an occupier.
By definition, a country based on Communist ideology is an oppressive system for its citizens and a threat to the free world.
Beijing plans to wage war against a nation that adopted a democratic institutional and legal framework and currently, according to the renowned Heritage Foundation Freedom Index, is one of the freest nations in the region that must be condemned.
Any attempt to wage unprovoked war especially based on territorial claims must be perceived as evil development that will result in tragedy.
Conversely, any attempt to stop the war, including military deterrence, needs to be appreciated. Those who follow such principle needs to be honored and supported. In such a situation, such actions constitute peacemaking that Jesus Christ upheld in his blessings in the Sermon on the Mount.
Any suggestion to resolve the conflict by coercion or force comes from the evil one.