China’s leaders have said they will declare “full-scale war” against Japan if their disagreement with Taiwan escalates, according to a newly released video.
According to The Sun, in the new video now deleted, a narrator said, “We will use nuclear bombs first. We will use nuclear bombs continuously.
“We will do this until Japan declares unconditional surrender for the second time.”
“When we liberate Taiwan, if Japan dares to intervene by force – even if it only deploys one soldier, one plane or one ship – we will not only return fire but also wage full-scale war against Japan itself.”
As communist China talks World War III, the Biden administration remains silent. Instead, it’s busy with Biden’s ice cream photo opps and accusing Republicans of being racist for trying make election rules fair.
Meanwhile, our “woke” military is entertained with drag queens and offers to pay for “gender transition” surgery at taxpayer expense. And don’t forget the infrastructure plan that wants to include taxpayer funded abortion as part of “infrastructure” alongside roads, bridges and railways.
Many have labeled the Biden administration as Jimmy Carter 2.0 and the connections couldn’t be more on target. Carter failed with inflation and shortages (check). He also underestimated communist countries (check).
Carter also had a terrible refugee and immigration policy, according to historians (check there, as Biden’s border disaster has already allowed one million illegal immigrants). Worse, Carter failed in Afghanistan and in fighting terrorism (we’re almost ready to check that one off too as the Taliban retakes power in its nation and who knows what lies ahead).
Why does this comparison matter with China? History records one of Carter’s most important moments was a 1978 agreement in which the U.S. and China recognized one another and established official diplomatic relations. Sadly, the agreement included that the United States acknowledged “the Chinese position that there is but one China and Taiwan is part of China.”
Fast forward a few presidents and Biden looks and sounds a LOT like Carter 2.0. If so, don’t expect him to speak out against the CCP any time soon. He may point a finger at Chinese cyberwarfare, but that’s been happening for years and is nothing new. There will be no real pushback, no punishment and sadly, no intervention on behalf of the people of Taiwan.
Yes, many Americans really don’t care about Taiwan and couldn’t find it on a map. But it’s important right here in our own land because the same Carter-like attitude is taking place on domestic issues too. We’re on track to see more inflation, higher gas prices, less focus on America first and certainly no strong leadership.
Interestingly, Carter was a big on what he called “voting rights.” He pushed diversity, but history records black unemployment was higher during his early years as president. He talked unity, yet left a divided America and world that would only find improvement when Ronald Reagan came into office.
One positive comparison exists for today’s conservatives, however. Carter was a one-term president. If Biden follows this pattern, conservatives will be able to rejoice over a Republican in office after the 2024 election.