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Top House Republican predicts 'people will die' in imminent armed conflict with China

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posted on Jul, 14 2020 @ 11:13 AM
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a reply to: dug88

their navy is a #ing joke... their one and only "aircraft carrier" is a retrofitted casino boat. THE USA has like 12 lol

also yes they have a high population but its the elderly or under 18, also most of their nation is still very much 3rd world level complete with undernourishment.. their military age population is only 30,459,083 males & 22,763,134 females, while the USA manpower fit for military service is 59,764,677 males.

en.wikipedia.org...



They have a complete disregard for human life in general and regard non-Han Chinese as barely even human. They genuinely believe they will rule the world no matter how long it takes, believe they can survive nuclear war, and generally have no qualms about mass slaughter and genocide.


so we should TOTALLY just leave that alone to fester then?
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posted on Jul, 14 2020 @ 11:22 AM
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None of this ... NONE of it is a Coincidence

FLASHBACK 2017

China: Xi Jinping’s 2021 Countdown

Those who have been watching China closely for the past three decades had not envisioned such a fast-rising and intensely assertive power, only a few years after the start of the 21st century. China’s zeal, at such high speed, has astounded everyone.......

His Davos statement in January 2017 was an ode to multilateralism, globalization and trade. His October speech was even clearer: China aims to “occupy a central position in the world” but “no one should expect the country to accept to have its interests infringed upon”. This ambition in itself is not surprising, but the explicit assertion of such an ambition is......

However, an equally important year for the regime will be 2021, the hundredth anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party’s founding. No doubt the new CCP leadership will keep an eye on this important deadline, which could well define the future of the single party, and of its domestic and global ambitions.




posted on Jul, 14 2020 @ 01:50 PM
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I've said this many times in the past, but it bears repeating...again.

A war with China, barring some presently unforeseen incident, is extraordinarily unlikely, as both sides--all sides--have far, far too much to lose.

China's economy can't handle a war with its, by far, largest trading partner. It's really as simple as that.

China's economy is, largely though not solely, based on providing cheap consumer goods to the United States, and Western Europe. Providing not necessarily what we need, but what we think we want.

China is approaching, if it hasn't already, a crossroads. As I understand it, and I'm no expert, there is a more than slight undercurrant of discontent, and it's growing. Hong Kong is only a part of it, and not necessarily the largest, or most dangerous...

Western China with the Muslim population. Growing discontent among the people in the lower economic and social groups are unhappy--and I think most of us know what happened the last time China experienced a civil revolt...y'know, back when Chaing was still running things...and a guy by the name of Mao stirred things up.

No, China ((hopefully)) doesn't want a war with the worlds sole remaining super-power, any more than ((hopefully)) that super-power wants on with China. Far, far too much to lose.



posted on Jul, 15 2020 @ 05:35 AM
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originally posted by: dug88
a reply to: Smarties

An armed conflict with China seems like a bad idea. They have nukes, the world's largest standing army, and now a sizable navy, the world's largest population which the government has near complete control over, they control a large majority of america and the western world's manufacturing and industry, they hold huge amounts of american debt, they have a massive business presence in north america and have slowly been taking hold of places around the world through massive real estate investments.

They have a complete disregard for human life in general and regard non-Han Chinese as barely even human. They genuinely believe they will rule the world no matter how long it takes, believe they can survive nuclear war, and generally have no qualms about mass slaughter and genocide.

China's #ing horrifying and I don't think people really understand just how #ed they are and how every single thing they do is to forward their goal of global domination at whatever cost it takes to humanity and the world.


This is true, but what they don't have is NATO and that means china would have 4 or 5 fronts to defend all at once. Nukes or not, China will not use them for the same reason Russia never did... or the US never did, mutual assured destruction. So at worst, CHina will test NATO's will to defend the openness of the South China Sea.... then back away.



posted on Jul, 24 2020 @ 02:25 AM
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What is built from the rubble and ashes always shines brighter. This is the way it has been, and must always be in order to maintain balance in the universe. It's true on all sides.



posted on Jul, 24 2020 @ 02:38 AM
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It does look a bit bad. We are getting a lot of anti China propaganda, they caused the epidemic etc. They have been told to quit Houston. In fact it does look like a prelude to trouble. Add in as Gerald Celente says when all else fails they take you to war. China gets overwhelmed then their is no economic crises.



posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 04:29 PM
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originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: Smarties

He also said this.

"The United States is willing to stand up to them, and that may force China's hand," Yoho told the Examiner. "That'll be something that they will lose, and they will regret, but we can't be intimidated because that might happen. I think the real threat is, if we don't do anything, we know that it'll happen. And then, that'll give more strength to China to keep doing what they're doing. So, you know, let's just hope that diplomacy works and China backs off."


The position of the senator of a winnable war with China is terrifying. We are talking of a nuclear armed state. China officially possess several hundred nukes. If only which 1/10 reach the US soil it is already UNACCEPTABLE cost.

USA will be ALONE in its war with China. No European will participate. I don't know about Australia or Japan. If someone should be afraid of immediate strike, it is Japan from Kim's missiles that may never reach USA but certainly can reach any Japanese city.

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posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 04:35 PM
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originally posted by: Zimnydran

originally posted by: dug88
a reply to: Smarties

An armed conflict with China seems like a bad idea. They have nukes, the world's largest standing army, and now a sizable navy, the world's largest population which the government has near complete control over, they control a large majority of america and the western world's manufacturing and industry, they hold huge amounts of american debt, they have a massive business presence in north america and have slowly been taking hold of places around the world through massive real estate investments.

They have a complete disregard for human life in general and regard non-Han Chinese as barely even human. They genuinely believe they will rule the world no matter how long it takes, believe they can survive nuclear war, and generally have no qualms about mass slaughter and genocide.

China's #ing horrifying and I don't think people really understand just how #ed they are and how every single thing they do is to forward their goal of global domination at whatever cost it takes to humanity and the world.


This is true, but what they don't have is NATO and that means china would have 4 or 5 fronts to defend all at once. Nukes or not, China will not use them for the same reason Russia never did... or the US never did, mutual assured destruction. So at worst, CHina will test NATO's will to defend the openness of the South China Sea.... then back away.


"CHina will test NATO's will to defend the openness of the South China Sea"

That is not NATO's problem. Many assume that because US leads NATO in Europe, it means NATO will automatically approve anything USA decides. NATO EU members are not on the same boat on China. Moreover, South China sea is not mined or so. Many Europeans disagree with China's claims. So what? Make WW3 because someone pretends for some water on the other side of the world? Forget about France and Germany and Norway and Italy to participate in that! Poland may send some symbolic troops in exchange of something.... EU NATO members have its own problems including a rising Turkey (still NATO member?!?!) that endangers the very core of the Christian civilization in the Old Continent. Also there might be Iranian war at the same time with the Chinese war. After all, everyone keeps his own butt. And all that in Covid and following economic collapse. Forget about wide anti-Chinese coalition! And Russia will just sit and watch how USA and China try to avoid nuclear war while exhausting their conventional weapons. And why do we assume as granted that China wouldn't EMP USA in the process?
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