Preparation For War, Not A Choice Anymore

Communist China's Xi Jinping stands on a military jeep during a military parade to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the founding of the PLA at Zhurihe training base in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
Communist China's Xi Jinping stands on a military jeep during a military parade to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the founding of the PLA at Zhurihe training base in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (AFP)

 

Communist China may attack Taiwan under the scenario involving routing military drill. Mr. Xi Jinping is determined to use nuclear weapons.


The nerves are strained, markets concerned and governments worried after Communist China's added to its conventional drill preparation for nuclear war. Military analysts uncovered the footage of the counter-bio and counter-nuclear divisions training the mitigation scenario and offensive. However, only the footage of the post-attack drill was made available for the specialists.

On Monday, the US State Department has approved the sale of 12 MQ-9B Sea Guardian reconnaissance drones to Australia for a total value of US $1.651 billion.

Under the excuse of the military support for the US Army withdrawal from Afghanistan, the US Airforce launched its major relocation mission of the strategic bombers that the Chinese military cannot match. At least four B52-H Stratofortress bombers landed on Monday in its new base in Qatar.
They are strategically positioned to try to deny the Chinese Airforce access to Australia.

The US Bases in Aviano, Europe, and the majority in the Middle East were again ordered to stay at the high alert.

Last month Mr. Xi Jinping told his military commanders that he is ready to use the most devastating weapons in the war to achieve domination in Asia, The Owner has learned from a well-informed source located outside the region who talked under the condition of anonymity. Mr. Xi is not hesitating to use the most modern arsenal of weapons of mass destruction to destroy the strongest allies in the region and inflict significant losses on the United States.

On Tuesday Pentagon decided to re-calibrate the majority of its satellites to watch Australia and Taiwan prevent any surprise attack against the Allies by Beijing.


A massive military build-up is taking place to assure the defence and offense forces are able to withstand the most damaging attacks launched by China under the cover of the drill.

 

On Tuesday, The Taiwanese media reported that Communist China’s military aircraft, the Hong-6G Navy bomber seemed to train the breach of Taiwan's defences.
On Tuesday, April 27, 2020, The Taiwanese media reported that Communist China’s military aircraft, the Hong-6G Navy bomber seemed to train the breach of Taiwan's defences. (TDF)


It is unclear, and it will not be until the last minute, to what extend the US and Allies will participate in the war. Some Military Commanders did not exclude that the Chinese supported by Russians may perceive the war as the quickest path for raising their status in the international arena. The prize is not longer only Taiwan, Putin and Xi want to control half of the world, the source said reflecting on possible intentions of Russian and Communist China's leaders.

Communist Chinese Party is dreaming about the full control of Asia and Oceania, some parts of Arab countries and Africa shared with Putin. Who, in turn, would control Europe and the north part of Africa, as well as the Middle East. Chinese and Russians would influence Latin America. According to Moscow and Beijing plans, the influence of North America would be limited to the Continent.


Prepare for war or loose freedom

One of Australia’s most senior security officials has said liberal democracies must brace for war while searching for peace amid elevated global tensions.

Home Affairs Department Secretary Mike Pezzullo said the possibility of war was increasing.

Today, as free nations again hear the beating drums and watch worryingly the militarisation of issues that we had, until recent years, thought unlikely to be catalysts for war, let us continue to search unceasingly for the chance for peace while bracing again for the curse of war, Mr. Pezzullo said in a letter to staff on Anazac Day, which honours the country’s war dead.

Mr. Pezzullo did not specify the catalyst for his warning but it was clear that he reflected on a rapid rise in regional tensions over Taiwan.

Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton said on Sunday that a conflict involving Communist China over Taiwan “should not be discounted”.

 

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