Chinese communist dictator Xi Jinping signaled during a speech this week celebrating the 100-year anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party that the nation intends to take over Taiwan while a new report simultaneously shows new signs that China may be making significant expansions to their nuclear capabilities.
Xi claimed that China was working toward a “peaceful national reunification” with Taiwan, however, experts note that the Communist regime has recently advanced upon the sovereign nation with military prowess that only suggests a takeover is inevitable.
“Resolving the Taiwan question and realizing China’s complete reunification is a historic mission and an unshakable commitment of the Communist Party of China,” Xi said.
Taiwan paragraph from Xi Jinping's speech for the 100th anniversary of Chinese Communist Party. pic.twitter.com/1eF3glpifz
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Xi aggressively vowed to bolster China’s military forces in an effort to combat foreign influences.
China's President Xi Jinping has warned foreign powers will "get their heads bashed" if they attempt to bully or influence the country
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Xi’s speech comes as U.S. intelligence gathered satellite images appearing to demonstrate China’s ramping up of its intercontinental ballistic missile program in a region deep inside the interior of China as to conceal their efforts. images appear to show that China is adding more than 100 new missile silos for intercontinental ballistic missiles in a region that is deep inside China.
“The 119 nearly identical construction sites contain features that mirror those seen at existing launch facilities for China’s arsenal of nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles. The acquisition of more than 100 new missile silos, if completed, would represent a historic shift for China, a country that is believed to possess a relatively modest stockpile of 250 to 350 nuclear weapons.”
Xi added during his remarks that China would not be intimidated by “threats of force” and that the nation was resilient because they have “a strong sense of pride and confidence.” “We will never allow any foreign force to bully, oppress, or subjugate us,” he said. “Anyone who would attempt to do so will find themselves on a collision course with a great wall of steel forged by over 1.4 billion Chinese people.”
Author: Nolan Sheridan