Three Lessons from Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan

BRICS, 22 Aug 2022

Huáyǔ Think Tank (华语智库) | ScheerPost - TRANSCEND Media Service

15 Aug 2022 Editor’s Note: This article was distributed by a Chinese government accepted source, but we believe it is worthy of a wider audience because it provides documentation of important ongoing dialogue within top circles in China unavailable elsewhere.

Nancy Pelosi shakes hands with Vice President of the Legislative Yuan Tsai Chi-chang in Taipei. Office of U.S. House Speaker, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Pelosi, riding late into the night, came after all, and her arrival made me see through 3 things.

The first thing: Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, than the U.S. bombing of our embassy in Yugoslavia, the South China Sea collision, much more serious, much more in the face. Must, know the shame and courage!

This Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan was a provocation to me by playing the explicit card despite my repeated stern representations and serious warnings, and it happened in spite of the PLA’s repeated drills shouted to the hilt, especially after our top leader’s telephone communication with Biden still happened.

What does this mean? Simply put, it means that we are not deterred. In other words, our forces and actions are still not enough of a deterrent to the United States.

The U.S. bombing of our embassy in Yugoslavia, the South China Sea collision, although, very disgusted us, but, he is sneaky dry, in the end, at least the United States still apologized.

And this time, the U.S. was just too wild to ignore my warnings. It’s kind of like the Korean War when I warned the U.S. before I sent troops and the U.S. didn’t take it seriously.

Bombing my embassy and crashing my plane in the South China Sea, these are not yet called my core interests, while the Taiwan issue, we have always been as the most important core interests to deal with.

This time, the old demon woman dares to scamper to Taiwan, we need to calm down in addition to anger, more need to know the shame and courage.

The second thing: Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan effectively tells us to stop having the illusion that the United States will not dare to go to direct war with China over the Taiwan issue. It is necessary, in advance, to prepare the strength to single out the 17 countries of the U.S. alliance like the resistance against the U.S. in Korea.

In the earliest days, many so-called network strategy gurus said that China and the United States could not go to war directly because there was too much trade between China and the United States, China owned too much U.S. national debt, and economic and trade between the two sides was the “ballast” to prevent the deterioration of Sino-U.S. relations. With the overall intensification of the game between China and the United States, few people are now saying this.

But after the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the United States did not directly send troops to the war, and many network celebrities said that the United States is afraid of direct war with the nuclear powers, saying that the United States does not dare to go hard to Russia, or even ask to go hard to Iran, North Korea, so, more afraid to go directly to war with China.

I can only say that such a judgment is very dangerous and will only paralyze ourselves.

Russia is completely different from today’s China, especially the future China, and the Americans see very clearly that China is the only country in the world that has the potential to challenge the United States on all fronts. Iran, North Korea, not to mention.

It is not that the Americans are afraid of Russia, Iran and North Korea by not moving them directly. Simply put, do not care to fight with this group of countries.

As the Americans themselves have said, their only real adversary is China.

We often say, whoever moves my core interests, I will do whatever it takes to fight with them. So by the same token, in the eyes of the Americans, whoever moves his core interests, he will also fight with them.

So, what is the most important core interest in the eyes of the Americans? It is his hegemony.

Seeing this, it is clear that the US will only become more nakedly provocative against China in the future. And it will be joined by a group of American followers. For example, on the issue of Pelosi’s visit to the Taiwan Strait, the foreign ministers of Britain and Germany, all of whom are explicitly going to follow up to support the United States, and the former defense minister of Japan has already visited Taiwan ahead of Pelosi.

The third thing: Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, this time not yet a fight, but to see that there is less and less hope for peaceful reunification. Must wake up, armed reunification is the king of the road that works.

Over the course of history, Taiwan has been returned to the motherland eight times, but not once was it reunified peacefully, or at least forced to return by the threat of force.

And now, the Taiwan issue has the United States as its greatest scourge and obstacle.

As the strategic game between China and the United States deepens in all directions and escalates to a higher level, it can already be judged that the Americans are unlikely to watch us unify peacefully.

Therefore, it must be seen that the longer time passes, the chances of peaceful reunification tend to zero. We need time to accumulate strength, but it is more difficult to see dialectically and uniformly that time has passed.

Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan tells us that the solution to the Taiwan issue ultimately depends on the hand of force, and can no longer be delayed. Otherwise, it will drag out hope, or at least drag out more difficult!

Besides, we need a landmark event to move from rich to strong! What aircraft carrier launch, the dragon dive, Chang’e to the moon, space station construction, etc., are not enough to support us a “strong” word!

This “strong” word, we must take from the Americans!

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