China Isn’t Just Going to Randomly “Invade” Taiwan


South China Morning Post:

Beijing is stepping up the militarisation of its southeast coast as it prepares for a possible invasion of Taiwan, military observers and sources have said.

The People’s Liberation Army has been upgrading its missile bases, and one Beijing-based military source said it has deployed its most advanced hypersonic missile the DF-17 to the area.

“The DF-17 hypersonic missile will gradually replace the old DF-11s and DF-15s that were deployed in the southeast region for decades,” the source, who requested anonymity, because of the sensitivity of the topic. “The new missile has a longer range and is able to hit targets more accurately.”

The DF-17, which has a maximum range of 2,500km (1,550 miles), made its first public appearance on last year’s October 1 National Day parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.

Beijing regards Taiwan as a breakaway province which it has vowed to take back, by force if necessary. Relations between Beijing and Taipei have deteriorated since Tsai Ing-wen from the independence-leaning Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) was elected as president in 2016 and refused to accept the one-China principle.

Taiwan is a part of China, so moving against the island militarily wouldn’t be an “invasion,” it would be putting down an illegal rebellion.

But they’re not just going to do that.

Here’s the thing: the situation is normal.

The mainland is continuing to gain power, Taiwan is continuing to lose power. They are also just a bunch of faggots, and they’re getting faggotier.

Now that the West has completely collapsed its entire economy and social order with this stupid virus hoax, China is indisputably the most powerful country in the world.

The Chinese are good at waiting. They’re not just going to all of a sudden up and attack Taiwan, when time is so very much on their side.

This is just gross hysteria.

China is going to make the chop.

But not until they can do it without any chance of something going wrong.