The U.S. Might Fire the First Shot on China

Preparations Are Happening

When the Russians attacked the Ukraine, many anti-globalists and anti-Western intervention tactics, pointed at NATO’s aggression and at American meddling in foreign affairs, as the chief reason Putin was forced to act in haste and to initiate the first act of war.

They’ve got a point… the U.S. has a plan for every country in the world.

Each is part of America’s vision for world domination and who can blame it? Does anyone think that calling the shots doesn’t give a nation a host of incredible advantages?

Just so we’re on the same page, if America weakens, no one in China is going to kick back and chill… they’ll capitalize fully and attempt to knock them out.

That’s why I sat and read the Congress’ plans for Pacific-Asia, with a focus on China and protecting U.S. interests in Taiwan.

As I said, Taiwan’s chip factories are the most strategic “weapons” in the modern era, be it China or the United States, but if one of them makes a move to seize control over TSMC, it will be the first shot fired in WW3.

In order to create the necessary conditions to get around this, the U.S. is deploying war tactics that are aimed at discouraging the Chinese from even dreaming of an amphibious assault on the island of Taiwan.

The American plan is a decade-long blueprint, which entails militarizing the first island chain that engulfs China’s coastline.

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    The U.S. is arming Japan, selling its massive numbers of weapons and building its own military bases across its mainland and on various islands, some of which are close to Taiwan.

    They’re also working with the Philippines, whom have been victims of Chinese military tactics for years, so much so that they chose the Americans as allies, even though there’s not much love there, dating back to colonial days.

    The U.S. is using Singapore as a port for its navy and, of course, the U.S. is building bases in South Korea, a long-time ally of Uncle Sam.

    This is before we talk about the joint initiative of the navy with the Australians and the Brits, when it comes to highly-advanced nuclear submarine technology.

    All this to say that just like in the case with Russia, President Xi is right to say that the noose feels like it is tightening around his neck and, unlike Putin and his defense budget, the Chinese are building a ginormous navy fleet.

    What China is doing, in terms of technology and might, is unrivaled by any country’s standards in human history.

    The U.S. knows that by 2030, China’s strength will be hard to contain without its allies, so it relies on Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Australia and the Philippines to deter the dragon from spewing fire.

    Call it what you will, but the U.S. is already waging war against China!

    How would you feel if all around you, an empire from the other side of the ocean was building bases, stationing hundreds of thousands of troops, selling missiles, cyber and electronic warfare equipment, as well as submarine technology in your backyard?

    On the other hand, what other choice does the top dog have, if it wants to remain at the top of the podium?

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