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Because of Taiwan Military conflict between USA and China more and more likely

Taiwan: “The Most Dangerous Place on Earth”

The warnings and reminders are becoming clearer and clearer. Experts, political observers, US politicians. CCP politicians, Taiwan’s government, surrounding countries: They all warn that conflict is very likely.

The internationally renowned magazine “The Economist” has a map of Taiwan in the sights of a radar as its current cover picture. The title is: “The most dangerous place on Earth”.

The warnings and reminders are becoming clearer and clearer. Experts, political observers, US politicians. CCP politicians, Taiwan’s government, surrounding countries: They all warn that conflict is very likely.

Only recently, the new US Secretary of State Atony Blinken warned of a military conflict over Taiwan.

The provocations from Beijing have become increasingly clear. The communist central government in Beijing has repeatedly ordered planes into Taiwan’s security zone. Not only is the Taipei government alarmed, Washington is also concerned. The US sees itself as the guarantor of Taiwan’s independence.

Because Chinese military planes repeatedly violate Taiwan’s air sovereignty, the US is increasing its fleet strength in the South China Sea.

Taiwan fears war with the People’s Republic of China in the near future and hopes for support from the West. Taiwan’s foreign minister has warned of a first strike by the People’s Republic of China. He fears that China is preparing to invade.

Red China keeps showing its fleet off Taiwan’s coasts for naval exercises.

US intelligence has long warned that a Chinese invasion to capture Taiwan was very likely.

In Australia, too, it is believed that Red China could take Taiwan militarily.

China’s head of state Xi Jinping has personally emphasized that he did not want to forego military force for reunification with the “breakaway province” Taiwan, which has been a “breakaway province” since 1949 [see also report of the “Financial Times“].

Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen previously rejected an offer from communist-ruled China with “one country, two systems.”

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