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China simulates airstrike on America, threatens to wipe out Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen

(Natural News) Tensions are escalating between the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the United States. In 2020, China has repeatedly invaded the airspace of Taiwan, a US ally. In September, more than a dozen Chinese fighter jets invaded Taiwanese airspace as Taiwan moved forward with the reception of Keith Krach, as Undersecretary of State. The breach of Taiwan’s airspace was a historic move; China crossed into the Taiwan Strait, a boundary line that both Taiwan and China have largely observed for decades.

China ramps up its militarist displays to bully Taiwan and threaten the US

The CCP is now threatening Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen. In a state media editorial published at Global Times, the CCP wrote that Tsai Ing-wen would be “wiped out” if she moved against Chinese sovereignty and warned that the US is “playing with fire” for daring to support Taiwan. The CCP editorial warned the US to never send their Secretary of State or Secretary of Defense to Taiwan, or else China would have no choice but to “respond with force.” The US supports an independent Taiwan and the CCP has repeatedly warned they do not want pro-independence sentiment spreading on the island.

To project dominance over the region, China is currently broadcasting ominous threats toward the United States and featuring militant displays that are intended to provoke war. The CCP has even broadcast propaganda footage that simulates an airstrike on American territory at the Andersen Air Force Base in Guam. The CCP is appealing to their citizenry to prepare for kinetic combat with Taiwan and the United States, in a desperate attempt to manipulate Taiwan into submission with communist ways.

The Trump Administration has been pushing back against Chinese aggression all year, sanctioning human rights abusers, re-negotiating trade deals that ripped Americans off for years, while establishing partnerships with allies in the Indo-Pacific. The Trump Administration shut down the Chinese consulate in Houston to protect intellectual property and banned Chinese espionage through the TikTok and WeChat apps. The Trump Administration also wants to hold China accountable for their gain-of-function virus research in Wuhan, that was covered up to cause a global pandemic.

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Losing ground to the US, China’s leader, Xi Jinping, has bombastically ramped up the promotion of military propaganda throughout the communist country. Xi Jinping not only approved a military breach of Taiwan’s airspace, but he has also ramped up a series of military drills in recent weeks, including the test-firing of ballistic missiles.

“I don’t think it’s just bluster, and I don’t think it’s just about venting anger,” said Bonnie S. Glaser, director of the China Power Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, who is an expert on the relationship between Taiwan and China. “I think there is growing pressure — and that Xi Jinping finds that it’s useful to display that pressure.”

China currently has a stranglehold on the Democratic Party of the United States. The Chinese State Media targets the Trump Administration using the same talking points used by presidential nominee, Joe Biden. Tied down by corrupt family business deals with China, Biden has repeatedly said that China is “not competition” for the United States. If Biden is elected, China would be well on their way to bully Americans and the Taiwanese through crooked trade deals, scientific fraud, systemic manipulation of US institutions, support of domestic terror groups like Antifa, espionage, and overt forms of military intimidation.

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