Red alert: China threatens to attack US military

Earlier this year, it come out that The US has sent a small number of Marines and special operations forces to the Republic of China (Taiwan), where they are advising and training Taiwanese forces and have been doing so for over a year.

China is threatening Taiwan by sending Flight after flight of warplanes and even nuclear-capable bombers toward the island, predictably, is highly irritating.

However, that’s no longer a bother, and Chinese state media are claiming that the PLA will attack those American soldiers and others when they attack Taiwan.

That threat comes from someone who opts in Global Times, a Chinese government newspaper, said:

So far, Washington’s official stance has been to encourage the Taiwanese government to build up self-defense capabilities. The US mainly provides military support to Taiwan by selling weapons. Those weapons are usually destroyed by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) soon after the reunification by force takes place. It can be believed that the PLA will strongly attack the US military to rescue Taiwan. Such credibility increasingly outweighs the deterrent the US military might have.

To be more specific, it means that the Red China are not only threatening the small US army currently in Taiwan in an advisory role. It threatened to attack any American troops sent to support the Republic of China.

The bellicose article expressed displeasure when the US carried out Freedom of Navigation operations and tried to blame the US for increasing tensions in the region, saying our continued support for Taiwan would lead to reunification by force:

If Washington supports the Taiwan government’s path of secession and encourages the Taiwanese government to lean on it, then reunification by force will certainly happen. The more the US and the island of Taiwan collude, the sooner the reunification by force will happen.

Mainland China has the will to maintain peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait. However, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration rejected the one China principle after it came to power in 2016, which severely eroded the political foundation of cross-strait relations. sea ​​and pushed the situation in the Taiwan Strait to serious instability. Now, people are talking about military confrontations in the Taiwan Strait very often, which was unthinkable a few years ago. Important factors and mechanisms have all changed. Perhaps the crucial moment of turning back has passed.

To avoid a crisis in the Taiwan Strait, the DPP administration must retreat in big steps, and the US should urge it back on track when it gets lost. If the US continues to view the island of Taiwan as a pawn to accommodate mainland China and send the wrong signal to the DPP administration, the situation will continue to get worse. Solving the Taiwan issue by force will become the only and inevitable option for mainland China.

As US military news, while China often appears brave and impulsive, it is rarely able to directly threaten the US military:

China has issued more vague threats of action to the US but rarely has made such a direct and bold threat to the US military, namely.

But op-eds aren’t the only threat. In September, again according to AMN, a Chinese military official said US and Chinese forces would “meet in the sky”, implying some kind of aerial conflict, presumably over Taiwan. Loan:

During a major Chinese military broadcast in September, a senior Chinese military leader issued a veiled challenge that if the United States were not afraid of China’s advanced weapons, “Let us meet in the sky.”

While the Chinese are attacking the sword, Biden is acting weak, with weak “diplomatic boycott” The 2022 Winter Olympics are the best example of his spineless foreign policy. If only the US was as strong in the face of pressure as China. Will his administration leave these direct threats to U.S. forces unanswered? Red alert: China threatens to attack US military


TaraSubramaniam is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. TaraSubramaniam joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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