Fears of a Taiwanese war: The United States “must prepare” for all-out war with China: “Time is not on our side.”


Fears of a Taiwanese war: The United States “must prepare” for all-out war with China: “Time is not on our side.”

According to an expert, the United States must prepare for war with China as Beijing seeks to “fundamentally change the status quo” by increasing investment in the People’s Liberation Army.

Despite rising tensions, US warships are sailing through the Taiwan Strait, despite China’s threat to annex the island.

China’s investment in the PLA appears to indicate that officials are preparing for a possible war with the US over Taiwan.

Furthermore, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party, which was founded in 1921, Chinese President Xi Jinping has made no secret of his desire to bring Taiwan under Chinese rule.

According to David Sauer, writing for the Hil, the US must “rapidly build up its forces in the Pacific, continue to strengthen military alliances in the region to ensure access to bases in times of conflict, and accelerate deliveries of purchased military equipment to Taiwan” in order to “deter China.”

According to Ernest King, Taiwan is Japan’s “cork in the bottle.”

This means that whoever controls Taiwan will control the shipping lanes between Japan and the Republic of Korea.

Furthermore, Chinese control of Taiwan will give it clout in Japan and Korea.

“By 2025, China will bring the cost attrition to its lowest level,” Taiwanese Defense Minister Chiu Kuo-Cheng told his Congress in October.

It now has the capability, but it will be difficult to start a war because it must consider many other factors.”

At least three times, US Vice President Joe Biden has stated that if Taiwan is attacked by China, the US will defend it.

“The United States must reinforce military forces in the region,” Sauer wrote, “work with Taiwan to quickly transform it into a real prickly porcupine that is resilient and can hold out for an extended period of time, and ensure we have ironclad allied commitments permitting the US to use bases on allied countries’ territory.”

“Time is not on our side,” he added.

Now is the time to take action.

Despite current tensions between Taiwan and China, when CNN interviewed people on the streets of Taipei in October, they sounded mostly unconcerned.

Few people expressed concern about Beijing’s threats of forced “reunification,” but many believed it would never happen.

“Brinkwire News Summary.”


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