China to Fire Hypersonic Missiles During Taiwan Justice Operations

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As you may remember from a few months ago, “military drills” were the explanation for why Russia was amassing troops on the border of the Ukraine.

Obviously, a military has to do that, because you can’t just say “oh sure – we’re mounting troops for an invasion, actually.”

But, you know. Interesting to note.

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The large-scale military drills Beijing launched near Taiwan in response to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the island involve the “use of advanced weapons,” including state-of-the-art hypersonic DF-17 missiles, according to China’s Global Times newspaper.

The ongoing exercises entail a “joint blockade, sea assault and land and air combat trainings,” the state media outlet reported on Wednesday, adding that Chinese J-20 stealth fighter jets were taking part in the exercise as well.

As the main stage of the exercise kicked off on Thursday, Global Times called the drills “unprecedented,” adding that Chinese missiles were expected to “fly over the island of Taiwan for the first time.” People’s Liberation Army (PLA) forces are also expected to enter the area within 12 nautical miles of the island, and could potentially surround the island “entirely,” it added, citing military “experts.”

The Chinese Armed Forces Eastern Theater Command said on Wednesday that the forces involved in the exercise already conducted “realistic combat-oriented” drills to the north, southwest and southeast of the island.

The drills are expected to run at least until Sunday noon, Xinhua News Agency reported, adding that they will involve “live-fire drills in six large maritime areas and their air space surrounding the island of Taiwan.”
Before the Ukraine invasion, the US government was whining that Russia was planning to invade. They don’t seem to be doing that about China just yet. But China is acting like they might just set up permanent drills around Taiwan, indefinitely, which may effectively function as some kind of blockade.

Obviously, they’re going to need to feel out the situation. The US can’t “defend Taiwan,” and there would not be any war, that woman would be forced to surrender her claims to rulership of China. (She claims to be the official ruler of all China – just so you understand. The Western media doesn’t like mentioning that.) But there is no reason for China to put themselves in a position where they’re forced to torpedo American ships.

China doesn’t want this confrontation at all, clearly. But there is a chance the US will open a gateway to hell and/or release the trannies.



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China has 4 trillion in USD that will be instantly frozen and stolen and used to dig us out of our financial hole and put them in a deep one they’ll never come out of

2025 is the earliest China can truly become a belligerent, until then I expect the west to try every trick in the book to collapse them before that happens
 

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As you may remember from a few months ago, “military drills” were the explanation for why Russia was amassing troops on the border of the Ukraine.

Obviously, a military has to do that, because you can’t just say “oh sure – we’re mounting troops for an invasion, actually.”
So true. Also true is that drills prepare the force to actually do the specific thing they're drilling for, because you can't just give units weapons and say, "Go do this thing!" So the drills are practice runs for the real deal. It's more than just a ruse, threat, or mere preparation.
 

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China has 4 trillion in USD that will be instantly frozen and stolen and used to dig us out of our financial hole and put them in a deep one they’ll never come out of
Yeah, just like we stole all Russia's dollars, which worked great, for Russia. The US government doesn't need dollars; it can print all it wants. What it needs is a world where dollars are widely accepted as the global standard for saving and trade.
 

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If China can frame international perception so it looks like USA has backed down, it would be very bad for the US. I would like to see China impose sanctions on the United States over this, and for them to create an international forum to look at the various crimes committed by the United States.

On forums I keep reading that China is going to have an economic and social collapse. But surely they must be more able to accept shocks than western countries?
 

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If China can frame international perception so it looks like USA has backed down, it would be very bad for the US. I would like to see China impose sanctions on the United States over this, and for them to create an international forum to look at the various crimes committed by the United States.

On forums I keep reading that China is going to have an economic and social collapse. But surely they must be more able to accept shocks than western countries?
How shall China collapse economically? Their interest rate is still around 4%, economy is higher than pre covid hoax. Even this housing bubble the western media hyped last year because Evergrande got bunkrupt had a soft landing.

In opposite the western economy is still lower then pre covid and while shifting into a depression we have over 10% inflation. If someone collapses we collapse first, human nature is to deny negative emotions and therefore only see what the want to see to feel better while everything goes downhill. Wishful thinking and propaganda.
 

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Ukraine is an extremely strategic border state, that if it went full NATO, it would be the one vulnerability for Russian security. It is flat, w/ several large cities, but the flat plains provide access to attack Moscow. The “Nazis” recognized that, and if they avoided the winter of 1941, they could have toppled Stalin. They took Kiev with superb tactics. The US and Russia knows Ukraine is the soft undersides to oneday topple Russia and install a nigger and jew worshipping consumer dystopia.
Taiwan is a part of China but is afforded sovereignty and in dependence. Taiwan was used by the Japanese, but not really for attacking China, and is not a military objective for enemies who wish to attack China. The wealthy CCP members who control Xi do not want to lose all their GDP gains just to win back an island the US officially declares is part of China. Economic warfare is a game China could win, given an enormous trade inbalance w/the US. But sanctions would also punish Chinese workers and industrial capitalists who are the Party bosses. China has not been a military force for centuries, when battles were won and lost on horseback w/swords.
This will be a Chinese century for their exceptionalism, as the American century of exceptionalism is fading. The US cannot defend an island, and China has the air and sea power, plus the largest conscript army in history.
The Chinese culturally are more pragmatic and the American “dream” was once built on that pragmatism. That is all gone, replaced by fake news, delusions, sinister corruption, wasteful spending, wasteful wars.
 

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China has 4 trillion in USD that will be instantly frozen and stolen and used to dig us out of our financial hole and put them in a deep one they’ll never come out of
If the US “steals back” those dollars and brings them back into the US economy, the inflation they will cause will likely put the US economy in a hole it will never come out of. The last thing anyone in America should want is for those dollars to come back home.
 

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If the US “steals back” those dollars and brings them back into the US economy, the inflation they will cause will likely put the US economy in a hole it will never come out of. The last thing anyone in America should want is for those dollars to come back home.
The US dollar is dead anyways but I don't think it will work that way. The treasury bills are debt so destroying them will be deflationary. But the ramifications will be the end of the US dollar system which will be byperinflationary as no one will accept US dollars.
 

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On forums I keep reading that China is going to have an economic and social collapse. But surely they must be more able to accept shocks than western countries?
It's objectively blatant that the multi-culti Western countries are much more primed for a total social collapse than China. Economically, I don't know. Not my wheelhouse. Chinese civilization has existed a lot longer than the modern West and USA, that's for sure.
 

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Yeah, just like we stole all Russia's dollars, which worked great, for Russia. The US government doesn't need dollars; it can print all it wants. What it needs is a world where dollars are widely accepted as the global standard for saving and trade.
Russia had to spend 8 years to prepare for that, with way less USD reserves. Back in 2014 they could have just taken Ukraine practically just for the asking but they had to prepare for the economic fallout, and in the meantime the US did every single possible thing from color revolution attempts not only in Russia but allied countries such as Belarus, Russigate to manipulate the domestic population, and hugely propagandized and armed the Ukrainians. Though Russia is winning the war, it’s still a lot of a Russians dead that otherwise wouldn’t be if they didn’t have to prepare otherwise.

All I’m saying is China still needs to do the same prep work and can expect the same resistance, and I wouldn’t expect hugely significant moves from China until that’s complete.
 

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It's objectively blatant that the multi-culti Western countries are much more primed for a total social collapse than China. Economically, I don't know. Not my wheelhouse. Chinese civilization has existed a lot longer than the modern West and USA, that's for sure.
Yes and no. Chinese civilization has collapsed dozens of times in its roughly 4000-year history. What remains after each collapse is a vast swath of fertile land densely populated with people who believe that one day a new emperor will rise and unite them once again.

Rome died because its old religion died and Christianity didn't find its legs until AD 732. Now the West is dying because Christianity died.

Confucianism survives because it's political Darwinism. Its gods want incompetent rulers overthrown and replaced with competent ones, with no regard for the opinions of "the people".

Millions die in every collapse or civil war, but women lose all rights and become obedient wives, ensuring a rapid repopulation.
 
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Rome died because its old religion died and Christianity didn't find its legs until AD 732. Now the West is dying because Christianity died
This sounds like some bizarre alternative history peddled by that jew chess player. What are you even talking about?
 

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This sounds like some bizarre alternative history peddled by that jew chess player. What are you even talking about?
The muscular Christianity of Charles Martel turned back the Muslim horde at Poitiers on October 10, 732, and Medieval civilization was born. Until that day, Christianity could best be described as dying remnants of the ancient world getting their shit kicked in by Muslims.

Now, all across Europe, gay parades march past empty churches. Christianity is dead, and Europe is dying with it.

And if you think Evangelical Christianity is going to save us, I have a two-word answer: Mike Pence.
 
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The muscular Christianity of Charles Martel turned back the Muslim horde at Poitiers on October 10, 732, and Medieval civilization was born. Until that day, Christianity could best be described as dying remnants of the ancient world getting their shit kicked in by Muslims.

Now, all across Europe, gay parades march past empty churches. Christianity is dead, and Europe is dying with it.

And if you think Evangelical Christianity is going to save us, I have a two-word answer: Mike Pence.
What a bunch of bullshit. The Roman Empire was in disarray in the 3rd century and there was some civil stability due to diocletian reforms but empire was completely rejuvenated with Constantine and converted in the 4th century to Christianity. It was a new high water mark. In the late 5th century the west collapsed not due to lack of religion but under demographic onslaught. The east not only survived but recaptured the west and created a new high water mark under Justinian. The basis of all laws today were from the Justinian code. The next century saw an battle to the death with jews and Persians. The Roman's won but the jews invented Islam. The Persians fell and because of the Roman faith the Roman's did not. It was probably the most significant east west clash in history but it is not taught because of the jews role in creating a new Franken religion.
 
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Yes and no. Chinese civilization has collapsed dozens of times in its roughly 4000-year history. What remains after each collapse is a vast swath of fertile land densely populated with people who believe that one day a new emperor will rise and unite them once again.

Rome died because its old religion died and Christianity didn't find its legs until AD 732. Now the West is dying because Christianity died.

Confucianism survives because it's political Darwinism. Its gods want incompetent rulers overthrown and replaced with competent ones, with no regard for the opinions of "the people".

Millions die in every collapse or civil war, but women lose all rights and become obedient wives, ensuring a rapid repopulation.
Yes and no. China wasn't "united" until the Mongols pulled it it all together as one political entity. Regionally there have been social collapses, just like within every other civilizational sphere. Chinese civilization itself is at least as stable and long-running through history as Western civilization. At this time, I think it's clear that the nations of Western civilization are in WAY more danger of total social collapse than China, just due to demographics alone, let alone all the other social factors at play. I don't see how this is controvertible.
 

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Yes and no. China wasn't "united" until the Mongols pulled it it all together as one political entity. Regionally there have been social collapses, just like within every other civilizational sphere. Chinese civilization itself is at least as stable and long-running through history as Western civilization. At this time, I think it's clear that the nations of Western civilization are in WAY more danger of total social collapse than China, just due to demographics alone, let alone all the other social factors at play. I don't see how this is controvertible.
Look at a map of China from AD 1 to AD 220. A single political entity, the Han Dynasty, controlled northern Korea, northern Vietnam, and all of modern China except Manchuria and Tibet. Culturally, China has remained a single nation ever since, though politically, it has broken apart and reunited many times.

China never had our obsession with "elections", "representation", "rights", etc. If you don't like the way China's being run, declare that its present leaders have forfeited the Mandate of Heaven and start a rebellion. If the gods decide that you'd be a better Emperor, you will win.
 

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Russia and China are both working on a new reserve currency. These security bonds that China owns will never be recouped as it stands. They should just take Taiwan as soon as possible. But why stop there….go for Hawaii
 

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Look at a map of China from AD 1 to AD 220. A single political entity, the Han Dynasty, controlled northern Korea, northern Vietnam, and all of modern China except Manchuria and Tibet. Culturally, China has remained a single nation ever since, though politically, it has broken apart and reunited many times.

China never had our obsession with "elections", "representation", "rights", etc. If you don't like the way China's being run, declare that its present leaders have forfeited the Mandate of Heaven and start a rebellion. If the gods decide that you'd be a better Emperor, you will win.
...and the southern Song Dynasty, etc. After 220 AD there were huge upheavals and "civil wars" within the realm of Chinese civilization, yet it has remained one thing, though its internal nations have shifted through time, just like within Western Civilization which has also had its own internal divisions and collapses over the centuries.

My point remains that right now, the nations of Western Civilization are in a way, WAY more precarious situation with regards to social collapse than China. That's my only point.
 

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Usually when someone flashes their weapons around it means that they don’t really have much of a chance. Most nations keep their weapons and tactics hidden and strike relatively out of the blue like America did with Hiroshima.

However, it’s also unlikely America can win a war with China over Taiwan and if it does it will be considerably weaker after. My prediction is that if China does take Taiwan, it will be relatively easy with little if no resistance.

America is not the superpower of the 60s. Back then America was a white country (with blacks in a subservient role) and all the heads of the government, CIA , military and science were intelligent white men. Now all those positions are taken over by incompetents, women and non-whites. More importantly, the country has been infiltrated by every race on the planet which includes Chinese. There is zero chance that none of the Chinese immigrants, students or those in the top of scientific institutions in America are not spies for the CCP. Intelligence is half of the war victory if not more. It will be easy for China to gain the upper hand in the intelligence/espionage side of another Great War.
 

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My point remains that right now, the nations of Western Civilization are in a way, WAY more precarious situation with regards to social collapse than China. That's my only point.
Engineers tasked with saving the Leaning Tower of Pisa had great difficulty constructing a computer model than could explain why the tower hadn't already fallen, and stone is much more predictable than people.

Predicting collapse is very hard because you don't know when a critical mass of people will reach their breaking points. The media said nothing about Sri Lanka before it exploded. Sure, things were bad there, but they're bad in a lot of places. Venezuela's been starving for a decade but the Maduro regime remains firmly in control.

For four decades, FAZ, West Germany's newspaper of record, referred to East Germany as the "so-called German Democratic Republic". The GDR was rocked by crises through the summer of 1989 but remained standing, so FAZ finally dropped this label. Three months later, the GDR collapsed.
 

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Engineers tasked with saving the Leaning Tower of Pisa had great difficulty constructing a computer model than could explain why the tower hadn't already fallen, and stone is much more predictable than people.

Predicting collapse is very hard because you don't know when a critical mass of people will reach their breaking points. The media said nothing about Sri Lanka before it exploded. Sure, things were bad there, but they're bad in a lot of places. Venezuela's been starving for a decade but the Maduro regime remains firmly in control.

For four decades, FAZ, West Germany's newspaper of record, referred to East Germany as the "so-called German Democratic Republic". The GDR was rocked by crises through the summer of 1989 but remained standing, so FAZ finally dropped this label. Three months later, the GDR collapsed.
True. The most predictable thing about large masses of people is that they're hard to predict.

The reason I think China is in a more stable position than the West boils down to demographics + Jew meddling throughout society and up to the highest levels. This includes is a slew of social and structural problems eating away at the underbelly of Western Civilization, which we discuss here at Hoax Watch all the time. China has its problems, but in the West the rot is at the very foundations, including its history being rewritten and erased right before our eyes.
 

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How shall China collapse economically?
Well, the US government could order all US companies to leave China and move operations and assets back to the US, until that happens there wont be a war with China. This whole thing seems fake to me. The US wont do shit if China liberates Taiwan.
 

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What a bunch of bullshit. The Roman Empire was in disarray in the 3rd century and there was some civil stability due to diocletian reforms but empire was completely rejuvenated with Constantine and converted in the 4th century to Christianity. It was a new high water mark. In the late 5th century the west collapsed not due to lack of religion but under demographic onslaught. The east not only survived but recaptured the west and created a new high water mark under Justinian. The basis of all laws today were from the Justinian code. The next century saw an battle to the death with jews and Persians. The Roman's won but the jews invented Islam. The Persians fell and because of the Roman faith the Roman's did not. It was probably the most significant east west clash in history but it is not taught because of the jews role in creating a new Franken religion.
Yeah, trying to reduce the fall of Rome to religion is really just a reductionist talking point. The Eastern Roman Empire continued on for many centuries after the fall of Rome despite possessing a very similar “operating system” as the West. You’d have to write a thesis-sized comment to cover everything that went wrong with the Western RE, but it was very much a “Civic Nationalist” multicultural empire that had spiraling costs of maintaining its detached bureaucracy and elite, debased dinarii coins, and a foederati immigrant-levy army facing hungry germanic barbarians displaced by mini ice age global cooling attacking its borders simultaneously.

In any case, there really wasn’t a unified Greco-Roman polytheism, but rather individual cities that had a cult of one of the deities.
 

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How shall China collapse economically?
In some way so retarded you couldn't possibly imagine it until it happens, and even then you won't believe it. Like a return to strict Maoist doctrine which forbids wealth accumulation, a nationwide lockdown to snuff out the common cold, or they stop importing a vital commodity because someone hurt their feelings.
 
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