Communist China is pushing China to the brink of war

Next year will be the year of the CPC’s change of government. The CPC is stirring up national emotions internally and provoking provocations externally to shirk its responsibility for its domestic and foreign affairs failures. Just after the military conflict between China and India has subsided, it is now stirring up trouble in the East China Sea, the Taiwan Sea and the South China Sea at the same time. However, the international community has long been angered by the CCP’s brutal behavior abroad.

The Chinese Communist Party uses war to incite national hatred

In recent years, the Chinese Communist Party has done everything possible to create domestic tensions and incite national emotions. A Google search for the keywords “Xi Jinping, preparing for war, and preparing for war” reveals 658,000 related terms. In recent years, all kinds of war mobilization propaganda can be seen everywhere in the official media, in the countryside and on street advertising walls.

Turning a large number of private enterprises into military enterprises. According to Xu Lejiang, executive vice chairman of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, as of November 2018, Chinese private enterprises involved in military research and production have covered 13 major industries and more than 40 technical fields, including advanced materials, communications, computers, electronic equipment manufacturing, information transmission, computer services and software industries.

The militia is integrated into the centralized leadership. Since July 1, 2020, China’s reserve forces have been fully integrated into the army’s leadership and command system, and adjusted from the past dual leadership of the military to centralized and unified leadership of the Party Central Committee and the Central Military Commission. The total strength of China’s reserve forces is currently about 8 million. Reserve officers are mainly selected from eligible retired soldiers, local cadres, people’s armed forces cadres, militia cadres, and local technical personnel with military counterparts; reserve soldiers are mainly selected and compiled from eligible retired soldiers, trained militia and local personnel with military counterparts.

China-Japan East China Sea War on the Verge of Happening

On April 25, Xinhua News Agency titled “Chinese Marine Police Fleet Patrolled the Diaoyu Islands on April 25”, publicly revealing the Chinese Communist Party’s ambition to continue its expansion in the East China Sea. Xinhua News Agency also reported “Japanese media: the U.S. military in the Diaoyu Islands around the air drop drill on the day, Chinese ships and aircraft also came”.

The Chinese Communist Party not only incites the public against Japan and the United States, but also continues to launch military provocations in the disputed waters of the East China Sea. According to the “Nihon Keizai Shimbun” on April 23, in February 2021, the U.S. military conducted a drill of conveyor air-dropping supplies in the waters around the Diaoyu Islands. On the day of the exercise, Chinese communist fighter jets had approached the waters over the Diaoyu Islands, and Japan Air Self-Defense Force fighter jets took off in an emergency to drive them away. According to Japanese statistics, Chinese ships have entered the disputed waters thousands of times a year since 2019, more frequently than ever before.

In response to Chinese provocations, the U.S. and Japan have joined forces. on March 16, 2021, U.S. Secretary of State Blinken, Secretary of Defense Austin, and Japanese Foreign Minister Shigeki and Defense Minister Shinsuke held a meeting of the U.S.-Japan Security Consultative Council in Tokyo, Japan. The two sides reaffirmed that the U.S. and Japan will further strengthen their alliance and that the U.S. is firmly committed to defending Japan through a variety of forces, including nuclear weapons.

Chinese Communist Party’s South China Sea Move Raises Unease in Neighboring Countries

On April 14, 2021, the Philippines renewed its diplomatic protest to the CCP, accusing it of gathering more than 240 Chinese militia vessels for illegal fishing in the waters around the disputed Whitson Reef, arguing that the Chinese move poses a threat to the safety of Philippine navigation.

On July 12, 2016, in the absence of the Chinese side, the tribunal announced the arbitration results, upholding almost all of the Philippines’ claims on issues related to the case. The tribunal’s five arbitrators unanimously ruled that the CCP does not have historical rights to natural resources in the South China Sea based on the nine-dashed line under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. The tribunal also found that land reclamation in the South China Sea “has caused irreparable damage to the environment” and demanded that the Chinese government stop its “activities” in the South China Sea.

Relations between China and Vietnam are also tense, and since 2014, Vietnam has repeatedly sent warships to intercept and harass China’s deep-water oil and gas drilling platform, Haiyang Shiyou 981, on the grounds that it has been deployed in disputed waters between China and Vietnam. In response, there have been numerous anti-Chinese protests and violent attacks against Chinese companies in Vietnam, resulting in many deaths and injuries.

Chinese Communist Party Military Aircraft Disturbing Taiwan Triggers Taiwan Strait Crisis

Since 2016, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has considered military aircraft and warships cruising around the island of Taiwan as a regular practice. The CCP says the move is an actual combat-oriented military training against Taiwan independence. The ROC’s Land Commission calls this move a military provocation and harassment against Taiwan. According to Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense, in 2020 alone, Chinese military aircraft harassed Taiwan more than 380 sorties.

As the Chinese Communist Party’s military pressure on Taiwan increases, the Taiwan Strait could become a trigger for a U.S.-China war. Recently, there has been a lot of discussion on this issue among U.S. and Australian think tanks and academics, and President Joe Biden directly expressed his concern about what the CCP is doing in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Xinjiang in a phone call with Xi Jinping.

In early 2021, the Institute for Foreign Relations, a U.S. think tank, for the first time ranked a serious crisis between the U.S. and China over Taiwan as the highest level of potential global conflict in a survey; in February, an expert from Reuters also warned that Taiwan is the world’s most dangerous flashpoint.

The Chinese Communist Party is pushing China to the brink of war

On April 23, Xi Jinping made a special trip to Sanya, Hainan, to attend the delivery ceremony of three new navy warships. Currently, two of the CCP’s aircraft carriers are deployed to the South China Sea, along with the Type 075 amphibious assault ship, which was previously transferred to Hainan for sea trials. This time, the CCP’s first Type 075 amphibious assault ship, named Hainan, was officially delivered to the Navy and assigned to the South China Sea Fleet.

In fact, the CCP’s so-called blue navy, including aircraft carriers and amphibious assault ships, are all offensive weapons and not for offshore defense. The CCP’s military expansion has almost nothing to do with national defense, but rather the impatience to expand externally or to compete with the U.S. for hegemony.

While calling for the unification of Taiwan by force, the CCP is also in a high-profile confrontation with the U.S. military in the South China Sea, as well as constantly threatening Southeast Asian countries and the security of the world’s shipping lanes in the South China Sea; now the CCP is also provoking the U.S. and Japanese security systems in the East China Sea.

In order to incite nationalism, the Chinese Communist Party has been hiding the truth at home, describing the international community’s forced confrontation with the Chinese Communist Party as anti-China, constantly confusing concepts, and using “reunification of the motherland” and “consolidation of national defense” as pretexts to prepare the whole nation for war at home. But in fact, it is the Chinese Communist Party’s attempt to dominate the world that is pushing China to the brink of war.