Will China attack Taiwan?
The question of Taiwan's independence is a sensitive and complex issue that has been a source of tension between China and Taiwan for decades.
Excuse me, China, we're blocking your tech industry, trying to ruin your economy, sending weapons to Taiwan and building anti-China hate, but can you please buy our bonds to help us out as we're broke, need to print more money and fun our anti-China campaign. We like you really.— White Eyebrow Tiger (@WhiteEyebrow101) January 26, 2023
China has long considered Taiwan to be a part of its territory and has not ruled out the use of force to bring the island under its control. However, it's worth noting that the Chinese government has also stated that it prefers a peaceful resolution to the issue and the use of force would only be considered as a last resort.
Many US military bases aren't on mainland Japan🇯🇵 They're on the island chain of OKINAWA which is very near Taiwan, China.— Richard World 🖖🇨🇳❤️🇵🇸 ☮️ (@Richard_Worldxx) January 25, 2023
Okinawans aren't Japanese ppl. They are a distinct culture & nation captured by Japan in 1879.
After WW2 the Okinawan ppl were re-colonised by USA military pic.twitter.com/6t9DwRjiPE
Additionally, Taiwan has developed a strong military and has the support of the United States and other countries, which could serve as a deterrent to a potential Chinese invasion.
US continues to try to provoke China into taking action against Taiwan so it can then claim Beijing is aggressor and seek to sanction it like Russia via Ukraine— The Sirius Report (@thesiriusreport) January 21, 2023
Beijing needs to ignore this provocation and let US through its impatience take step too far and expose its intentions
It's worth noting that the situation is fluid and can change rapidly, and any potential attack would also have severe consequences for the region and the world. The international community is closely monitoring the situation and hopes that a peaceful resolution can be reached.
It's important to keep in mind that predicting whether a country will go to war is uncertain and many factors such as political and economic conditions can change rapidly. It's always good to stay informed about the latest developments in the region and the world.
Marine Gen. James Bierman says the US began preparing Ukraine for an eventual war with Russia back in 2014, and that the Ukraine proxy war is "setting the theatre in Japan, in the Philippines" for another eventual war with China over the Taiwan Strait https://t.co/6imoqhl1Xu— Max Blumenthal (@MaxBlumenthal) January 12, 2023