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HELL of a theory on Taiwan. TS link in comments. (media.greatawakening.win) 🤔💭 Theory 😲💡
posted ago by PepeSee ago by PepeSee +456 / -5
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Mary911 65 points ago +65 / -0

It would be nice and a great relief to all the world if this thing was over really, really soon.

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Canadianguy17 39 points ago +39 / -0

Dear Lord, please save the children.

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Mary911 9 points ago +9 / -0

Yes Lord, save all our innocent children. Amen

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Devolution1776 2 points ago +2 / -0

Amen

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GoingCamaro 8 points ago +12 / -4

How long do you think it will take for a military like China to take Taiwan? Probably mere hours...

The downside of being on a tiny island? Very easy to surround.

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PepeSee [S] 15 points ago +20 / -5

Actually, Taiwan is almost impossible to invade. They have defenses out the ass and terrain on their side as well.

Nothing personal, but this is the second topic today you are shooting wildly from the hip from instead of having done any research whatsoever. You are suddenly striking me as the type of person who thinks what they think is true, is, because of their intelligence, rather than actually knowing about things.

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MemeToDeath2021 10 points ago +10 / -0

What if the CCP nationalist faction attacked Taiwan hitting a few key biolabs? Just enough to provoke Japan to come in and "liberate" by occupation, taking back this Japanese island that was stolen from them by globohomos in 1945. Under this scenario both the CCP nationalists AND Japanese nationalists EACH get to punch the CCP globalist in the face with Japan becoming "steward" of the chip plants and just never leaving. And Japan can do this as soon as their Constitutional Amendment for offensive military gets passed this month.


TDLR: Taiwan would "invite" Japan in under cover of "liberation" from the China "aggressors" (CCP nationalists). This is one way to get the CCP globohomos in Taiwan under the control of an occupying military force. But it would be newly offensive Whitehat Anti-Commie Japanese, not Xi's nationalist CCP faction.

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BiteTheWaxTadpole 6 points ago +6 / -0

Actually, Japan is already there—They have amphibious marine teams stationed on the island, several discreet military bases … as well as missile bases very close to Taiwan.

Japan is quiet about it, but they’re more committed to Taiwan than many of us even realize.

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MemeToDeath2021 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes, I believe "committed to Taiwan" is code for "we are taking back our fucking island from you goddamn communists!"

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ArtPunk138 3 points ago +3 / -0

BASED!!! 🐸 🇯🇵

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DeathRayDesigner 3 points ago +3 / -0

"Missile bases very close to Taiwan"

Really? Where? Japan? Okinawa? What kind of missiles?

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BiteTheWaxTadpole 5 points ago +5 / -0

Wish I had time tonight to search out some sauce, sorry fren ... I read about it in QuodVerum about 12-16 months ago now. It was several threads/discussions over the course of a week, between Thomas Wictor and a few other Japan-watchers.

The parts I remember:

  1. The Japanese govt releases an annual "state of the union" 100+ page policy doc type PDF that gets disseminated among political/economic players and foreign policy nerds ... the most recent one (2019 or 2020) declared that the safety, stability and autonomy of Taiwan is vital to Japan's own security & stability, and that Japan's long-term diplomatic, economic, and military plans are made with that premise in mind.

  2. Japan has missile bases set up all along their remote southern islands, from Mageshima down to the ones closest to Taiwan. I don't know any more details about the bases or types of missiles, other than they were specifically established to defend their southern islands (and Taiwan) from attack... or at the very least act as an intimidating deterrent.

  3. Japan has one of the world’s largest fleets of F-35s.

  4. Japan also has the ARDB – the “Amphibious Rapid Deployment Brigade”... these are Special Forces Marines established specifically to protect their outer islands ... and Japan has a good number of these Marines stationed in Taiwan.

  5. It's an open secret that Japan is kinda sorta already a nuclear power ... that is, they have all the materials and resources at the ready, they're just kept discreetly in different locations ... and they would be able to very quickly become nuclear-capable "when the time comes".

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DeathRayDesigner 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ach! I thought for a moment that Thomas Wictor had re-emerged...but then you mention 12-16 months ago. (slump)

Good memory for detail! Point 1 is very interesting, and potentially more important that U.S. involvement. Okay on point 2, but I would suspect these might be anti-shipping missiles. Point 3 may be a mixed blessing, considering the headaches that come with F-35s (got your final software, yet?). Point 4 is very interesting, indeed. Point 5 is an easy opinion to popularize but, having had a nuclear clearance, I doubt there are any "open secrets." The only bomb they could make with no confirmatory testing would be a uranium-gun bomb, for which they would need to have a supply of highly-enriched uranium. This is very hard to come by. We had to build the Oak Ridge facility specifically for uranium enrichment to bomb-grade, ~90% U-235. This kind of facility cannot be easily hidden (or the centrifuge approach, similar story). So, color me skeptical. Such a project would also be in violation of the Japanese constitution, so I have doubts that it could ever have been politically tenable up to the present.

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PepeSee [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

Moar interesting

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Seedling 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not sure if this is relevant to what you're saying but it could potentially be connected in some way. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/putin-commits-russia-to-vigorously-defend-waters-around-islands-claimed-by-japan/ar-AA10ckC2

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MemeToDeath2021 2 points ago +2 / -0

Generally, Japan is going to be more aggressive about exerting its nationalist interest, but unclear if any "conflict" with Russia will just be theatre for the normies. Pretty sure they are not going to start any wars, but making them dependent on US Deep State Pentagon for "protection" was a method of control that Japan is trying to break (and Abe's party is leading that charge). Same issue with S Korea and others: US holds them under their thumb by providing "security guarantees" while the globohomo corporations destroy their culture. It is stealth enslavement.

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GoingCamaro 6 points ago +7 / -1

You are suddenly striking me as the type of person who thinks what they think is true, is, because of their intelligence, rather than actually knowing about things.

If I am wrong, that's okay.

How long, realistically do you think a bunch of pampered derp state fucks are ACTUALLY going to hold out on an island? These aren't battlehardened vets or hillbilly preppers. These are elitists. They sustain and operate on a servant class. They aren't self sufficient like you or I. How long will their underlings sustain them? How long will their armies support them? You speak big words as though you're smarter then me, yet you provide a vague assessment of the situation to bolster your stance and not an actual analysis of the entire situation. Instead you choose to come off as pompous and faggy over a THEORY POST. Why?

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DeathRayDesigner -2 points ago +1 / -3

Probably because any theory has to be backed by facts, and that is what he questions. Your response is not to address his doubt, but to throw back questions. Don't you realize that is the throwback strategy of someone who has no game?

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MatildaJ 3 points ago +3 / -0

Have you seen the Military grid pattern around Taiwan? Every angle, every corner, every beach, every headland, is covered by Chinese Naval ships. In the air, sea and landings the Military has surrounded Taiwan. Have you seen tanks on the beaches? On the streets, on the back of trains. You don’t do an exercise with live ammunition. It might not be this week, but it will be soon and the Chinese Military have now shut down all airlines. No escape.

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KathrynMarie 9 points ago +9 / -0

"Watch the Water"!!

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Corse46 6 points ago +6 / -0

If that’s the objective. I would’ve said the same thing about Russia taking Ukraine but clearly there is a different strategy and objective there.

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GoingCamaro 3 points ago +3 / -0

Okay but how do you surround a land locked country backed by other faggot land locked countries?

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Woodinleg 2 points ago +3 / -1

If Russia went after Ukraine with the same veracity as in WWII it would have been over. Putin is showing great restraint in not going scorched Earth. I don't think China would hold back, they have too much economic clout. You can't sanction China, where will everyone get their cheap TV's? They get away with slaughtering their own wholesale and the West turns a blind eye for the cheap Amazon chattel.

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kula 5 points ago +5 / -0

No way China can attack by sea, too far and too many armed neighbours.

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GoingCamaro 4 points ago +4 / -0

China isn't alone...

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CoolAsACucumber 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah they got North Korea and Russia. The rest of the world either tolerates them or hates their guts.

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Burrito_Bandito 3 points ago +3 / -0

china doesnt have Russia. even if they did so what? Russia cant even take Ukraine and they cant get their energy to china

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MatildaJ 3 points ago +4 / -1

You haven’t seen the grid pattern of Chinese Naval ships surrounding Taiwan? Try The Military Summary Channel.

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kula 1 point ago +1 / -0

Grid shmid. Where will they land their Chinese naval ships?

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MatildaJ 1 point ago +2 / -1

They don’t need to. They could pee off the side of their ships and it would reach Taiwan.

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EinrePede22 2 points ago +2 / -0

Too far? Kek.

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kula 1 point ago +1 / -0

Taiwan Strait is 130 km at its narrowest.

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EinrePede22 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's very close in naval terms. Literally their front yard, not even their backyard. Nobody has better force projection there than China, not Japan, not the US and certainly not Taiwan, which lacks capital ships, modern missiles, advanced cyber offensive/defensive capabilities, satellite destroying capabilities, etc...

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kula 1 point ago +1 / -0

All you need is a couple of submarines lurking and taking down an entire carrier fleet with torpedoes. Amphibious operations are always risky.

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EinrePede22 1 point ago +1 / -0

All you need is an equal or great number of destroyers to screen for the subs and use the spacey-enough 130km to protec your capital ships, which will be comfy as hec and well protected near your fortified mainland coast which'll have more sonars, radars, Lidars, sats, scopes, ships, planes, subs, destroyers protectin and scanning - then a good admiral would be lambasted if even 1 capital ship sinks.

The above scenario uses conventional naval tactics with existing and Known resources, and doesn't consider the cutting edge cyber attacks that China can field, nor the fact they likely have spies in the Taiwanese military who can forward intel and possibly disable ships.

Have you ever played a strategy game where you were a large empire next to a city state and got to both dictate the unfolding of war, but do so without another country declaring war on you in turn?

A good general could win with a tiny amount of casualties.

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Burrito_Bandito 2 points ago +2 / -0

it would take a force 10 times the size of DDay for China. Not only that, China has never won a modern military engagement or even an international engagement as far as i know, aside from maybe a few against the mongols.

Thats all if literally no one else intervenese, but the US and Japanese Navys dominate the area

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TrustTheTruth 21 points ago +22 / -1

Racine, Wisconsin is the common Root and link between what is happening with the elections in America, Ukraine, China and Taiwan, and with the French Revolution.

The Bavarian Illuminati founded in 1776 involved in the French Revolution was also involved in the American Revolution, the Civil War, and other wars and conflicts through generations. They never disbanded. They moved to Racine, Wisconsin where the deal for the 8th Wonder of the World was made with the big tech CCP giant Foxconn Industrial Internet that is the key link between China and Taiwan.

Read this history about Racine and China.

https://archive.ph/L3FTe#selection-3453.0-3531.418

The Johnson Foundation is located at Wingspread. Right, founder H.F. Johnson

It was 1959. The Korean Conflict had just ended, war was raging in Vietnam and McCarthyism still tainted American views. The world was different. The relationship between Americans and Chinese was an angry, hateful one. To the Americans, Red China was aggressive and expansionist. To the Chinese, Americans were imperialistic dogs. From the quiet of America's heartland, from the serenity in Racine County, a brave new organization rose to quiet the storm.

The Johnson Foundation, a neophyte in the work of change, took on its first endeavor - an effort to promote better understanding between the two countries in the form of a seminar on America's China policy. Charles W. Bray was a young diplomat, just beginning a career with the Department of State in the Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs.

"I remember just how angry and stormy relations were," he said. "It was a very bitter time. … It was an act of considerable bravery for the foundation to take that on. In fact, it was almost unpatriotic to think about renewed relations with China."

But the foundation, did more than just think. Led by its first president, Leslie Paffrath, the foundation sponsored its first conference in a grant to the University of Cincinnati.

Last week, 35 years later, the quiet in the storm continued. The Johnson Foundation brought China Ambassador Li Daoyu to Racine for a private briefing about U.S.-China relationships just two weeks before President Bill Clinton is expected to decide whether the country will continue to get most-favored nation trading status. It seems that issues of international import come full circle. Many of them take their twists and turns with help from The Johnson Foundation and its home - Wingspread in Wind Point.

That fact is somewhat of a mystery to Racinians.

Most people here realize that Wingspread was the childhood home of Samuel C. Johnson, chairman of S.C. Johnson & Son Inc. and The Johnson Foundation, said Bray, now president of the organization. They also know that many dignitaries gather at briefings and conferences at Wingspread. But few could know the world's work accomplished from within the serenity of Frank Lloyd Wright's inspiring architecture there.

It began 35 years ago with the financial benevolence of the Johnson family and the vision of two men - H.F. Johnson, the founder, and Paffrath, the first president.

Read the rest of the article at the archive link.

Sustainable Racine was the model used to forge Agenda 21 and 2030.

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MemeToDeath2021 5 points ago +5 / -0

More mindblowing stuff. Does the power of Racine mean that the one world government is actually being run out of Wisconsin, rather than Switzerland/Frankfurt? Or is Racine more of a Western Hemisphere regional puppet master HQ controlling DC? Are the Nazis in Argentina also connected to Racine as well or are they higher in the pyramid? They (cabal) appear to be directing all the worldwide drug trafficking out of South America, from my observations.

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Tewdryg 14 points ago +14 / -0

Mao Zedong seemed to have carved out a fortress on the mainland. Why an offshore "fortress" in the first place? If so, why not the "fortress" being the island of Hainan? For that matter, North Korea could also work. Incidentally, Hainan Island is where communism started in the China empire. Also, know that the China empire is not exactly a homogeneous one race of people. Rather it is diverse with many different ethnic histories. This is similar to Europe in that regard but now instead with one predominant language. As far as conquest resulting in different dynasties, eastern China is like an Autobahn to which invading armies swept through from every direction. In this sense, it acted as an economic crossroad like Palestine tends to be.

Naw, I'm not buying the logic here.

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PepeSee [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

Fair - note my remarks about USSR not having an island in the "HMMM ERRRR" comment. Like I say I posted more to get takes on it than out of actual agreement.

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Tewdryg 3 points ago +3 / -0

What USSR are talking about/ There is no USSR since the 1990s.

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PepeSee [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, that USSR - through its entire existence, they didn't have to locate their real gov't on an island to prevent it being taken over by a mob with pitchforks, torches, bowls of borsch, what have you.

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Exactly right. Money power was the fortress for Bolshevik Russia that became the USSR. How did they get this money? It came directly out of NY and western banks. The same money "fortress" funded Mao Zedong.

I regret that this writer is not really reflecting actual history. The Chinese people in all their history have not been one people.

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GMFactual 4 points ago +4 / -0

Mao was the face but did that make him the controller?

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Tewdryg 4 points ago +4 / -0

No, Mao was the absolute controller. The Rothschilds funded every aspect of his revolution. The very first thing Mao did was set up the Rothschild fractional reserve banking system in China.

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GMFactual 1 point ago +1 / -0

reread your response was mao in control? or the banks? even the redsheilds dont own all the banks

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MemeToDeath2021 4 points ago +4 / -0

Good comments here. What if the "fortress" was actually Hong Kong? But now that it has been taken over, the CCP globalist are operating from their backup plan in Taiwan? It actually makes more sense to operate from Hong Kong, especially when it was a British Protectorate. Closer, more integrated, and totally outside the control of the CCP nationalists. There is more to the recent Hong Kong takeover than has been revealed so far.

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Tewdryg 3 points ago +3 / -0

I believe you have made a very good point. Hong Kong has been long cherished as a bastion of enterprise. The CCP has relied on Hong Kong for over 30 years under the CCP to be the outlet to western civilization [and much longer]. Perceptions of CCP forced brutality hasn't help Hong Kong recently, but it acting as a local banking and trade center makes it a plausible place for CCP power. Yet, we are really talking about an ideology for governance that really cannot hide controlling economic power.

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MemeToDeath2021 1 point ago +1 / -0

The historical connection between Hong Kong and London bankers cannot be ignored. It clearly looks like a mechanism of control by global bankers based in the CITY OF LONDON CORPORATION.

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Tewdryg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Who knows? Hong Kong may be the CCP parasite controlling it all.

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igoape 2 points ago +2 / -0

And Macau. I have heard that the heads of the Orsini and Brakespear family live there, close relatives to the Black Pope.

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Juice 3 points ago +3 / -0

Hainan was my thought too.

Also, if the Chinese do take Taiwan they'll have the global chip supply by the balls at the same time Russia has the oil supply. We'd be pretty well fucked.

I haven't even bothered to look up the official explanation of the CHIP act because I'm 90% positive it means they're gonna tank whatever domestic usa chip production might form in response to China taking Taiwan. Whatever they say it is will be another misdirection.

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RedNonna 14 points ago +15 / -1

She's distracting from today's primaries.

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mattroomsq 7 points ago +7 / -0

I do hope that Xi deals the ultimate death blow to the globalist's biological warfare capabilities in Taiwan.

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mattroomsq 2 points ago +2 / -0

I do. I do wish it did not have to be this way.

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FullDisQlosure 8 points ago +8 / -0

If Russia gets Ukraine, and China gets Taiwan, do we get Greenland?

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MemeToDeath2021 2 points ago +2 / -0

Some breadcrumbs that we already got it. Looking for more sauce on it. Unclear if it has become a protectorate, territory, or something else. Looks like a "secret deal" of some sort was made with Denmark. Trump may have been trolling about a transaction that had already been completed: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/21/trump-delays-denmark-visit-as-pm-wont-talk-about-him-buying-greenland.html


Afterall Trump is known for being a dealmaker and real-estate "developer". What bigger real-estate deal to "develop" than Greenland? Possibly, biggest real-estate deal ever...lol

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ilovetrump4 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fyi - Can't access without TS account

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PepeSee [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

There's not more there it's just provided for sauce. Granted that person reposted this - I'm not sure if that's Telegram or what originally.

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PatriotDawg 6 points ago +6 / -0

Hmmmm......Nice job of introducing a logical alternative to the accepted norm. I was thinking more toward Nancy being forced to go and humiliate the CCP as penance for all the money she has been taking from them. You could be right though. I had not thought of that angle

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PepeSee [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's not my thinking - I posted more out of seeing what people say than actual agreement. (By "hell of a theory" I mean that exactly, it is one hum dinger of a different take.)

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VetforTrump 5 points ago +5 / -0

Been saying most of this. Only new part is that ccp live in taiwan. I can verifyibly tell you where many of china's elites and their kids are. USA

The CCP leaders send their kids here. When we see them leaving, worry.

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PepeSee [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

Note: parts of this make sense, parts I'm like HMMM ERRRR. But posting as a lot of it is a pretty interesting take. The meat being CCP based in Taiwan itself...I don't know China geography, I don't know if it makes sense they'd need to be on an island (USSR gov't sure wasn't, for many decades).

I'll be curious for analysis on this one here.

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MemeToDeath2021 6 points ago +6 / -0

Note that there are indeed two CCP factions: 1. The "old guard" globalist faction allied with WEF/Davos/US Deep State led by 2 previous leaders prior to Xi, and 2. the CCP nationalist faction led by Xi who appears to have control over most of the PLA; We know that the globalist CCP faction has been operating out of Taiwan for decades undercover of U.S. military protection, but I had not considered that it was their "fortress" until now.


I always suspected that Hong Kong was the CCP globalist "fortress" and Taiwan was more of a backup, but Hong Kong went down without a wimper surprisingly. Possibly much more to THAT story. Why else would they do a "one country, two systems BS" for Hong Kong. Never made any sense to me.

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PepeSee [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

I like the way you think

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GoGoOptomistic 3 points ago +3 / -0

Totally agree ...

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LongTimeListener 4 points ago +4 / -0

When Chiang fled to Taiwan he took with him the Green Gang. Could the Green Gang be the common thread between "Fortress Taiwan' as the author sees it and the CCP on the mainland? Secret Societies have always been a thing in China. Could the Green Gang be the real power behind the CCP?

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PepeSee [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pretty interesting.

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GMFactual 2 points ago +2 / -0

i thinks its who controls ccp not the ccp itself

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Marius 4 points ago +4 / -0

In this upside down clownworld, I think just about anything is possible, but I am not buying this. We do know that China is going through a similar cold civil war like we are in the USA. Whether Trump and Xi are allied has yet to be seen. Then there is Putin. I an positive that we are in the midst of the most critical time in the past several centuries, if not of all time.

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Merkava_4 4 points ago +4 / -0

Once I found out Putin likes cats, I knew right then and there that he's a good man.

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MemeToDeath2021 3 points ago +3 / -0

How can you not like a guy rumored to ride bears around shirtless? lol https://greatawakening.win/p/15IrBbsejk/putin-plays-wildcard-by-annexing/c/

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MemeToDeath2021 2 points ago +2 / -0

Go look at what Xi did to the globalist factions by pitting them against each other in the name of "anti-corruption" during the 2012-2016 timeframe. Clearly, Xi is a Chinese nationalist that weaponized the nationalist CCP faction against the globalist CCP faction. Does this mean ally to Trump? That is still unclear, but Xi certainly is working in coordinated action with Brazil, Russia, India, and S. Africa/Saudis on a new "reserve currency" basket to compete with the FedRes fiat Debt Note.


Did you see this shipment of advanced Chinese radar systems being shipped to Russia via Serbia? https://www.shropshirestar.com/news/world-news/2022/04/10/serbia-takes-delivery-of-advanced-chinese-anti-aircraft-missile-system/; Clearly you are seeing an alliance here. And the Chinese plane route was via Turkey (planefaggers were watching/reporting it realtime), so Turkey is likely part of that alliance that appears to be working against the EU and US Deep State globalists.

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UnbreakablePatriot 2 points ago +2 / -0

Is Saudi really fixed and an ally against globohomo? The gateway has that article on their utopia dream smart city run on social credit and green dream.

I know Q says they took out that side of the pyramid but also we should question stuff like this. Not sure what to make of this except the world seems to be heading for a precipice

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MemeToDeath2021 3 points ago +3 / -0

Good questions. It appears so to me. True Saudi intentions may be hidden for a while yet because they may be the ones to takedown Israel either directly or through proxies. This would be perfect justice as fake Islamic Saud family is likely really descended from a fake Jewish line from the Syria or Lebanon area.


It appears that the "S" in BRICS new reserve currency is Saudi Arabia, not South Africa. SA looks like a misdirect or it is BOTH, and more like BRICSS, but avoiding the "SS" is probably wise given the Nazis in Ukraine...lol

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quai24 2 points ago +2 / -0

The S in BRICS does refer to South Africa. Saudi Arabia hasn't officially joined yet.

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MemeToDeath2021 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes. As reported currently. I'm wondering if S. Africa is contributing via gold or other precious metals or stones as a sort of "backing". That would be some interesting sauce to uncover. Saudi has to be included at some point as such a huge oil producer, but their involvement is likely hidden or delayed for a while, IMO. It is going to be an interesting transition from the petrodollar to whatever is next for them.

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kula 2 points ago +2 / -0

Or it's a back door invasion by Chinese commies.

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SevenThunders 4 points ago +4 / -0

I see. Just surrender country after country to the communists because "it's part of the plan". Not buying it. Xi is a mass murderer. He kills Christians and forces them to replace a picture of Jesus with a picture of Xi. That makes him a psychopathic monster.

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MemeToDeath2021 4 points ago +4 / -0

How do you fight a group of psychopathic pedophile globohomo mass murderers? You ain't gonna win with friendly soyboy cucks. Consider that the media historically does a lot of work to make "strongmen" look like psychopathetic mass murderers because often it is these "strongmen" that are taking out the cabal factions (that control the media) and other key cabal players. Consider that some of the people being "murdered" are badguys and might actually deserve it.


There is more to Xi than we know. It looks like he was recruited in Iowa for his current role way back in 1985 (Apr-May) before Bush Sr took over in a soft coup: https://realmoney.thestreet.com/articles/09/24/2015/president-xi-slept-here-how-trip-iowa-1985-changed-u.s.-china-relations

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SevenThunders 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'll believe this one when I see it. Right now Xis tanks are crushing dissidents who object to the silly notion that the government shouldn't just arbitrarily seize their bank accounts.

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MemeToDeath2021 1 point ago +1 / -0

Skepticism is justified. It is very difficult to get ANY real news out of China right now. You notice how there has been almost zero international news by the American MSM for over two years now. It is just soundbites supporting their silly narratives. As if nothing is happening in the whole world outside of the U.S. for 2 years, really? We are already in a quasi-blackout of worldwide info, IMO, and it started at the end of 2019.

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TSearch 4 points ago +4 / -0

I’ve been saying she’s going there to see her handler. Never, thought the core of the CCP might actually be headquartered in Taiwan, but would it really be that surprising?

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PepeSee [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

"her handler" - yes she is in the figurative gimp outfit

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Pbman2 4 points ago +5 / -1

Interesting theory,I've been thinking myself,she is going their to talk to globalhomo leaders.....

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UltimateMastermind 4 points ago +4 / -0

I think this is actually at least partly true. Why has Taiwan such a hi-tech microchips leaps away from others? Why has Israel advanced tech? How did China made it to second largest economy in the world in such a short time?

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1776forever1776 2 points ago +2 / -0

All using our tech and tax dollars.

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sourcesPlease 4 points ago +4 / -0

Makes about as much sense as the rest of the theories that get bandied about.

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plymouth4555 3 points ago +3 / -0

**Breakdown **

Point 1: Chip facilities and personnel are suitable for biolab work.

personal opinion: unlikely, research and development of technological computing components very different field from biological research.

require greatly differing logistics, personnel, qualifications, permits, training, staffing, resources ect. Status Research division in Taiwan? Unknown.

90%+ of computer chips used by western world ( or just US?) manufactured in Taiwan, Logistical lynchpin, no knowledge of biolabs or biological research programs in Taiwan.

Point 2: CCP leadership located in Taiwan as obstacle against uprising/insurgency, and for ideal defensibility in event of military conflict.

personal opinion: highly unlikely, Population of Taiwan: 23.57 million, population not pro-chinese rule?

many revolutions throughout Chinese history, large majority wiped from history or generational memory of Chinese population through destruction of cultural icons, historical texts, restriction of speech, ect.

Chinese people not fully aware of their history? Gaps exist, can't get outraged over something if you don't know it happened.

Taiwanese history and culture more intact than Chinese regional cultures and histories? Unknown, more info needed.

Island nations prone to encirclement, blockade, siege ect. How do you run a country when you can't get a message out?

Tactically unsound given circumstances. US naval forces present in and around sea of china 24/7/365(fast-attack and boomer subs)? Leadership=nerve command and control center, placing in close proximity to potential enemies highly dangerous and tactically crippling on broad scale should blockade occur.

Additional: US base exists on Taiwan, large number of US troops stationed there(thousands)? Unknown, more info needed.

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navyjoanbiden 3 points ago +3 / -0

We should note that her visit coincides with the waters world release regarding the Paul pelosi DUI

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Suidlander 3 points ago +3 / -0

Regularly scheduled Chinese commercial passenger & freight flights into Taipei, but instead, full of CCP SPECOPS w/ their equipment. Like the original (& best) Red Dawn movie.

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NucaCola 3 points ago +3 / -0

Honestly China has been such a wildcard for me and who’s side they’re really on, that this theory is plausible

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Tradstew 3 points ago +3 / -0

Now this is an interesting twist.

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RC22 3 points ago +3 / -0

Or Nancy and her husband just bought millions in stocks in big name arms manufacturers. ( This is behind door number three )

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ObamaSucks 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ccp vs prc

Ccp us same deep state mob

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SuddenRealization 2 points ago +2 / -0

Remember this story? https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/microchip-computers-spy-supermicro/2021/02/15/id/1010040/

Company started by Taiwanese immigrant, blamed on China mainland?

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HighCountryAZ 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes. What I too believe.

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ghost_of_aswartz 2 points ago +2 / -0

Silicon manufacturing industry has very little in terms of process in common with the biotech industry other than being a hub for people who have PhDs and strong engineering backgrounds. Kind of like how soylicon valley attracts many computer scientists, but they bring with them Stanford PhDs in Womens studies (their elite failwives) and PhDs in History, etc because smart people like to be with each other. But that doesn't mean a phd in womens studies or a phd in computer engineering can cross over into biological nanotechnology manufacture. So that initial premise of biolabs is kind of a specious one imho.

Also, Taiwan is a very mountainous island, kind of like Haiti, and that makes it not conducive to biolabs there simply because it would be impossible for biosafety containment, unless those biolabs were INSIDE the mountain, which they very well would be (think about Switzerland and how much infrastructure THEY have been able to put into and hide within their mountains, bases, covert minuteman flight hangars which they can fly out of (fly into and out of the mountainside!! and launch missiles from them too-- this really exists)

There are however political parallels to Ukraine and how nato wants to run a proxy war within it (and hongkong too)--nato wants hongkong back.

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Truthoverpower55 2 points ago +2 / -0

There is 13000 foot mountains on the east side

Fun fact

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Canadapoli 2 points ago +2 / -0

Finkle IS Einhorn?

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CQVFEFE 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ukrainian flags in lib-land change to Taiwanese in 3...2...

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StevenQ 2 points ago +2 / -0

Castle Lock?

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Trumpamania2020 1 point ago +3 / -2

One of the dumber theories out there.

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raver9876 1 point ago +7 / -6

I live in China and I think this theory is dumb. In fact if I was the CCP I would plant this silly theory on social media.

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MudPuddlePie 4 points ago +4 / -0

Prove it. Say “Lollipop.”

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stevethefish76 2 points ago +2 / -0

Actually, it's Japanese who can't pronounce the letter L.

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MudPuddlePie 2 points ago +2 / -0

Didn’t know that. I have an in-law from Taiwan…she cant do L’s very well.

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

Whether or not a Chinese person can pronounce L-R correctly often depends on which specific dialect of Chinese that they grew up speaking. Pronunciation wise there are significant differences between the different dialects of Chinese despite the fact that they use same symbolic written characters.

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raver9876 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sugar on a stick.

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MudPuddlePie 2 points ago +2 / -0

Excellent. 😂

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StormzAComing 3 points ago +7 / -4

China can't access global internet, much less a backwater forum. F off shill!

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

And GAQ not a backwater forum, it’s one of the most important forms in the dot.win community.

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StormzAComing 1 point ago +1 / -0

.win is a very much backwater website. try to find someone else irl that has even heard of Scored or .win. I was the one to introduce it to most people I know. A good way to do it is to give them the link to c/Memes. Memes are the way to a person's heart lol

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raver9876 1 point ago +1 / -0

Unlike most Chinese citizens, I am an American and because I have a credit card I can subscribe to a VPN. Therefore I can fully access this site. Although believe it or not GAQ is not fully blocked by the Great China fire wall.

If you think I’m a shill, why don’t you go look at everything I have posted on this site and you’ll see that 95% of my comments and posts not have nothing to do with China whatsoever. Additionally, there’s no fucking way a Chinese person could ever write the type of English that I use.

A few months ago, on this site I saw a limited number of people suggesting that because Taiwan has a bunch of biological research labs that it would be OK if “our buddy” Xi Jin Ping were to invade Taiwan. That’s either dumb or purposeful disinformation planted by a CCP social media manipulation company.

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citrouille 1 point ago +2 / -1

FWIW I agree with you, this forum has no idea about China. The west is so hopelessly detached from China that most of their conclusions are idealistic guesswork at best. None of the prevailing theories on GAW take into account culture or who Xi is. I genuinely hope I am wrong, but do not believe so at present.

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raver9876 3 points ago +3 / -0

Xi may have started out with good intentions but the sick power games that go on inside the CCP forced him to viciously eliminate his enemies. This has made him paranoid. Additionally, he seems to believe that he is now some type of great thinker. His egomaniacal thoughts “The Thoughts of Xi Jing Ping” have become an integral part of every school textbook. Those thoughts are nothing more than lukewarm communist platitudes. He and Mao’s photos have replaced the photos of Jesus Christ in Christian churches. Etc. etc. etc.

I don’t think it’s a psy op.

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citrouille 2 points ago +2 / -0

To be honest I'm pretty sure he was always like that. Xi is pretty good at politicking and intrigue and not much else, see the fact that he turned the province he was running back when he was younger to shit.

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GoGoOptomistic 2 points ago +2 / -0

I believe China is for China anything to make them appear stronger, and to make them look to be the world power they crave, also they are very patient in their greed it will be their defeat.

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GoingCamaro 2 points ago +2 / -0

Where does all your information about Xi come from?

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citrouille 3 points ago +3 / -0

From my relatives who live and/or used to live in China. The ones that aren't indoctrinated by the CCP anyway. Also the Chinese grapevine, i.e. their contacts and various underground news sources. Also, history.

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Fringe--dweller 2 points ago +2 / -0

https://gnews.org/post/p133y8574

8/2/2022 Miles Guo: The kleptocrats in Taiwan take bribery from the CCP and work on behalf of it. They are no longer qualified to represent Taiwan 秘密翻译组-北美组 • 7h

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GoingCamaro 1 point ago +2 / -1

You're allowed to think that. Doesn't mean you're right.

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Ogcarvattack 1 point ago +1 / -0

Except... Ukraine does not control Russia.

Only point i disagree with. Everything i can dig.

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Binome169 1 point ago +1 / -0

You know the Russians have an old adage or phrase for meaningless threats…

They call it the ‘Chinese Final Warning’….! 😉

WWG1WGA

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DeathRayDesigner 1 point ago +1 / -0

He lost me when he said, as though it were obvious, that people who work to design and produce microchip computers are bilingual with respect to working on microbes and genetics. This is like saying a seamstress is equally capable of being a carpenter.

And then we have the elaborate theory of the brain of China being disconnected from its body, trapped on an island with no way out. As though a secret base in Inner Mongolia or Manchuria wouldn't be as suitable. Sorry, Charlie. You're in the can.

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VetforTrump 1 point ago +1 / -0

Agreed, that doesn't equate either. Although I would not doubt that their are biomass there or some other nefarious b.s.

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madmax2 1 point ago +1 / -0

I can't find this person on twitter---where did this come from?

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PepeSee [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

In the comment where I provide the TS link I say I'm not sure where it's originally from, as I couldn't find it either. Maybe Telegram? At any rate note I do also say it's a theory for discussion, not that I'm necessarily buying it.

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SNRNXS 1 point ago +1 / -0

I do not trust this theory one bit. Xi working to FREE China of the CCP? Lol, right.

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VetforTrump 2 points ago +2 / -0

He could be a groomed plant like trump. CHINA did start the BRICS. Research that and if you understand the banking situation you should know this was to disengage from the deep state banks which using U.S. dollars for trade bound China to.

The deep state doesn't like competition. Ghadaffi got killed for it, JFK got killed for it, Lincoln got killed for it, we had the War of 1812 for it. China has deep state, bit the moves Xi made takes them out of that system and deep state can't be happy about it. So they try to use us to back China down. Time to say no. Xi may not be on the making the world great again train but he isn't doing rhe d.s. bidding, That's obvious.

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special1ntere5t 1 point ago +1 / -0

Very Interdasting

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stevethefish76 1 point ago +1 / -0

I understand that the Taiwanese people liked Trump, but the government politicians are shitbirds. I know X22 keeps talking about biolabs in Taiwan and that we're all assuming that it's all the same as Ukraine without any proof. I have done some digging and found articles back from the SARS days of Taiwanese scientists getting sick at their lab after being exposed to stuff. If people have solid proof that the same thing that was going on in Ukraine is going on in Taiwan, I would like to see it. As it is, I'd take Taiwan over China any day and it's probably the one country I'd like to visit more than anywhere. Even more than seeing my family in America I haven't seen in over 10 years.

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TennDenise 1 point ago +1 / -0

I like how you think and put all this together!

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kula 1 point ago +1 / -0

I doubt the Chinese nationalists of Taiwan would allow CCP leadership such dominance. They claim China as their own so the treaty/independence verbiage is just that, word queering. Not saying there isn't CCP corruption, biolabs, etc but Chinese nationalists are a serious threat to the CCP's tyranny.

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VetforTrump 3 points ago +3 / -0

The deep state took over Taiwan. Banks. We protect the deep state there with our policies.

Taiwanese.people have no more ability to stop this than we did. Saying g they wouldnt stand for it is conjecture and inaccurate because we all did.

Enter Xi in his sphere, putin in His, and trump as numerous uno here.

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KyleVsLebron 1 point ago +1 / -0

Awesome, 2 more years of watching Biden n pals screw stuff up while the proxy wars are fought…

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schmolck 1 point ago +1 / -0

She went to taiwan for a simple reason - to ensure china's attack on taiwan. Had taiwan refused her the tensions might have been eased, but they didn't. Now china has moved so many troops that an attack is inevitable.

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barbie555 1 point ago +1 / -0

another question to ask… Who is traveling with Nancy. She does not travel alone and she always has congressman senators and staffers with her!!!

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Gelicki88 1 point ago +1 / -0

Definitely some truth there. Not surprising that Nancy Pelosi is going to Taiwan to thrwart Xi's righteous plan to take down the communist party. I particularly agree with the idea that supposed the Taipei-Beijing tensions dating back to the Chinese Civil War is BS.

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Wendy-srox 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’ll comment if for no other reason than to have a way to get back here later. But this sounds like total horseshit for skimming through it. Pelosi was “forced” to go to Taiwan? Ok maybe. The Chinese control the world, not the wef? Mehhhh. Not likely. Is there a power struggle between Jews and Asians? Maybe. Probably. Like I said, I’d like the time to read through this post thoroughly and research what it implies. For now, my hip-shot reaction will be a placeholder.

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VetforTrump 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good viewpoint

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DZP1 0 points ago +1 / -1

AOC demonstrated that cocktail waitresses should stay out of political theory speculations.