Beijing Will Face NATO and Seven Nations in the Region If It Attacks Taiwan
Chinese leader Xi Jinping needs to understand the consequence of its decision to launch a war in Taiwan Strait. Communist China will be destroyed, and he will die in the first minutes of the war.
In its latest most important document on the defence strategy Japan left no doubt it will respond militarily if Communist China attacks Taiwan.
Japan, for the first time, referred to the importance of stability around Taiwan in its annual defense report, ratcheting up its concerns over Taiwan that have been a flashpoint in tensions between China and the US
The Defense of Japan white paper released on Friday increased friction between the two biggest economies in Asia.
A spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs told Tokyo not to interfere in Taiwan issues and said Beijing expressed “firm opposition” to the wording in the report.
The plans of the West's defense of Taiwan that have been publicly revealed indicate clearly that the Chinese leadership has no place to hide and will die in the first minutes of the massive war that the world has never seen. At least 1,000 nuclear weapons will be dropped to stop the Chinese army. The steelhead that Xi Jinping boasted will melt in billions Celsius temperatures and fires that have never touched this earth
NATO will join seven nations
NATO forces will join the United States, Australia, India, Singapore, South Korea, New Zealand, and Japan which will play the primary role in the war against Communist China. Since at least 2005 the West has been preparing plans of such military operation based on the intelligence and analysis of open-source information from China. Unlike some Chinese, Communist paper suggested the West was not sleeping when China was growing. Contrary to that, the weapons and strategies are ready to respond if Taiwan is attacked.
Taiwan is not Hong Kong, and Beijing must understand it, a NATO strategist told in an interview with The Owner. The plans of defense will be activated as soon as the West understands that Mr. Xi is decided to attack Taiwan, he added. Asked whether the West will attack, preventively, he declined to comment.
The stability of the situation around Taiwan is important, not only for the security of our country, but for the stability of the international community, the Japanese Ministry of Defense said in its white paper. Our country must pay close attention to this, with an even greater sense of vigilance, the author of the paper emphasised.
The Japanese government has taken its concerns over Taiwan public in recent months, and the white paper comes after Japanese Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso drew Chinese anger by saying earlier this month that Tokyo and Washington would have to defend Taiwan in the event of a serious contingency.
The UK is already involved
The British government has already activated measures that will allow its fleet, and most importantly, the widespread missiles systems to target Communist China's military. It is assumed that only one-sixth of forces training with Australia will return to its bases this year. The majority will take pre-war positions to send a clear signal to Beijing that it must revert its policy or suffer its full consequences.
The Washington schedule indicates that the US will make few attempts to try to restore diplomatic channels by the end of this year. But its failure due to the Chinese rejection will turn the clock to the end of Communist China, the commentator added.
The strategists of the majority of Western armies agree, there is not much time left to stop Beijing.