Unprecedented war threats were launched by China against the US and Taiwan through the official body of the Chinese Communist Party.
Beijing is adopting war rhetoric, threatening to strike a surprise first blow to even the US, which suggests “zero hour” is approaching for Taiwan.
“U.S. and Taiwan may be dealt a sudden blow at any time”
An American C-146A Wolfhound landed at Taipei Songshan Airport on Thursday morning and made a brief stop to deliver a package to the new director of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), Sandra Oudkirk.
China’s Ministry of National Defence responded by warning the US to stop playing with fire.
The U.S. and the island of Taiwan are feeling a lot of pressure from the growing power of the mainland (China) and preparing for a possible military fight. The principles of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) not only reject reunification, but retain the fierce ambition to seek “independence.” At the same time, the US also intends to limit China’s rise by playing the “Taiwan card”. Thus, both the US and the island of Taiwan are overwhelmed by strategic anxiety that the mainland can eventually resolve the Taiwan issue by force.
Instead of easing tensions and avoiding risks within the “single China” framework, the US and Taiwan have tried to change their strategic stance in the Strait through a “Divide and Conquer” tactic, hoping to crush the will of the mainland.
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“We have strategic dominance in the Taiwan Strait”
The mainland has strategic sovereignty over the Taiwan Strait. It can develop overwhelming military capability if necessary, and has the determined will to use that force in a showdown over the Taiwan issue.
The U.S. and Taiwan are trying to create an illusion that a democratic Taiwan will not accept unification in any form and that the U.S. is open to using military force to defend the island.
The U.S. Air Force aircraft mission touches the mainland’s bottom line and is an attempt to drive the mainland out of the region.
“The U.S. can’t defend Taiwan”
The U.S. has the strongest overall national military force, but most of them cannot technically be deployed in the Taiwan Strait and the U.S. has no public support or national will to use that military force to defend Taiwan.
China doesn’t challenge the U.S., but Taiwan is part of China. In the Taiwan Strait, China has a full moral right to dominate. In this region, the law against secession from the mainland has supreme authority.
For some time, what was happening in the Taiwan Strait was a game between the mainland’s strategic progress and tactical disruption from the US and Taiwan.
The latter two seem to have different approaches, but the progress of the mainland’s military build-up is obvious, with military exercises increasingly moving towards real combat patterns.
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“We will punish you at any time”
The mainland (China) can severely punish the US and Taiwan at any time.
The mainland has the initiative on when and how to punish them, as it can synchronize choice with strategy towards Taiwan to achieve the best result.
The mainland strengthens control, leaving less and less room for the U.S. and Taiwan, which can only use “little tricks” to maximize the effect.
But the result can only be felt in the area of public opinion and cannot change the power gap and the general trend.
The U.S. and the island of Taiwan are clearly aware that the mainland has formed a determination to use force when it chooses to…
When will the mainland fly its fighters closer to taiwan island? When will it fly over the island or when will it launch missiles over the island to deter Taiwanese authorities?
“Prepare for a sudden blow”
Our answer is: at any time.
As the US has advanced to the stage of landing a military aircraft on the island of Taiwan, escalating the situation to a point of military action, any step they take can cause military friction and confrontation.
They need to understand that the mainland is much better prepared for such conflicts, both in terms of real action and will.
We advise the US and the island of Taiwan not to judge the situation and not to underestimate our determination and willingness to punish their challenge.