China is steadily building its war machine to launch a war against Taiwan and other South East Asian countries, but they are afraid to start this war with Trump in office. So, the communist Chinese are praying that weakling Biden wins the White House next month.
According to CNN, Chinese President Xi Jinping recently told his military to “put all (their) minds and energy on preparing for war” when he visited a military base in the southern province of Guangdong on Tuesday.
During his visit to the People’s Liberation Army Marine Corps in Chaozhou City, Xi told his troops to “maintain a state of high alert” and called on them to be “absolutely loyal, absolutely pure, and absolutely reliable.”
China has spent billions (of our trade money) on expanding its military. Especially with its illegal man-made islands spread across the oceans of South East Asia where the communist nation has staged tens of thousands of troops on extensive military staging spots.
The communist giant considers itself the rightful owner of ALL the countries in the region including Taiwan, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia. China is also threatening Papua New Guinea, Australia, and New Zealand.
China has every intention of rolling out its powerful military to overtake and overthrow every nation in what it considers to be its sphere.
Still, China knows that launching this war with Donald Trump in office is a very dicey proposition. They are positioning their forces and growing their capabilities, sure, but they are loath to put their plan into action with the unpredictable Trump in office.
But with Joe Biden in the White House, they know full well that they would face a weakling that they expect to easily roll right over.
Biden makes this world less safe.
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