China’s next frontier: TAIWAN

China’s next frontier to confront: Taiwan

With Tibet and Xinjiang at peace and Hong Kong finally subdued, China celebrated its CCP’s hundredth year in style. Within the next 28 years China will be having its last frontier to confront: Taiwan, TaiWan and TAIWAN.

Chinese President Xi Jinping had pledged to complete “reunification” with Taiwan and vowed to “smash” any attempts at formal independence.

“Resolving the Taiwan question and realizing China’s complete reunification is a historic mission and an unshakable commitment of the CPC,” Xi said with an eye for an October 1, 2049 celebration. “Anyone who would attempt to do so will find themselves on a collision course with a great wall of steel forged by over 1.4 billion Chinese people.”

Taiwan — broke away from China in 1949 — but the Chinese ruling party regards the island as a “renegade state” and has repeatedly vowed to take it back by force if necessary by 2049. That would be the hundred anniversary of the founding of the People Republic of China, which will give China’s leaders a profound motivation to achieve for another grand celebration on October 1, 2049.

Now new footage from China shows how the island could be brought back into China’s fold. Chinese state media reveals a ‘three-stage battle plan’ to invade Taiwan as the US stages war games in the Pacific.

The Sun Reports / Patrick Knox / Jul 2 2021

WAR FOOTING WW3 fears as Chinese state media reveals ‘three-stage battle plan’ to invade Taiwan as US stages war games in Pacific.

WORLD War Three fears are growing after China vowed to invade Taiwan and explained how it would do it as the Communist Party celebrates its centenary.

An article in a state-controlled publication has offered a glimpse of a terrifying three-stage plan to pave the way for an invasion force to storm the breakaway island.

It comes as President Xi Jinping yesterday pledged a “complete reunification” with Taiwan as he delivered a speech to mark 100 years of the Chinese Communist party.

The warning came as tensions were increasing in the seas around China where the US and Japan are reported to have been holding joint military exercises amid fears of a possible conflict.

Once ground targets are eliminated an amphibious force would launched the invasion
Once ground targets are eliminated an amphibious force would launched the invasion

Any invasion would represent a serious escalation of hostilities and could drag in the US through its pact to defend Taiwan.

Washington’s regional allies such as South Korea, Japan and Australia could also be sucked into a conflict as would Nato forces such as the UK because the US is a member of the alliance.

Xi’s vow to invade was followed up with an article in the publication Naval and Merchant Ships, which outlined a three-pronged attack that would pave the way for an amphibious landing and the toppling of the government in Taipei.

he first stage would see DF-16 short-range ballistic missile attacks pulverising airports, early warning radar, anti-air missile bases, and command centres across the island.

The article states: “The attacks against Taiwan’s airports would continue until [Chinese] surface troops had accomplished an assault landing.”

Following this China’s H-6 bombers and J-16 fighter jets would attack naval ports, although the facilities would not be “completely destroyed” so the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) could use them for a landing.

It is a common wish of the Chinese people to resolve the Taiwan issue and achieve the total reunification of the motherland
Xi Jinping, China’s President

The three stage attack would pave the way for a land invasion which would likely involve military hovercraft
The three stage attack would pave the way for a land invasion by military hovercraft

In the second stage, the article states YJ-91 and CJ-10 cruise missiles would be unleashed from land, warships and submarines.

Military bases, ammunition depots, communications infrastructure and key road junctions would be crippled. Drones would then be dispatched to assess the damage.

Finally, the article said warships and land-based rocket forces would wipe-out any remaining obstacles so the PLA’s marine corps and amphibious landing troops would safely land.

Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou remembers Nationalist victory in Sino-Japan  war, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times
Taiwan’s “first battle will also be its last” says Taiwan’s former President Ma Ying-jeou.

Of course, Taiwan and its fake allies will put up some resistance, but Taiwan’s former President Ma Ying-jeou has enough knowledge and the foresight about the island to predict that: “Taiwan’s “first battle will also be its last.”

“Be afraid,” warns ASIATIMES’ David Goldman for his home country; but he also has one for its illegitimate ally, Taiwan: “Be very afraid.”

~ by Joel Huan on July 6, 2021.

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