World War III?

Quick: Which of these questions can you answer?:

  • Will China invade Taiwan?
  • If so, will the U.S. defend Taiwan?
  • If China and the U.S. go to war, who will win?

These are three of the hottest questions in the galaxy, spawning endless debate for years. And none of these questions will be definitively resolved until it happens.

That’s right; I don’t know the answer to any of these questions, either. However, I can point out some of the baloney the propagandists are churning out. With some solid facts and a little logic, we might be able to make some rational predictions.

Before I dive in, let me share my predictions with you . . .

  1. Taiwan will be reunited with China by 2030—possibly much earlier—though I’m not certain if it will be a peaceful reunification or not.
  2. If China does invade Taiwan, the U.S. will not defend it . . . at least, not directly.
  3. If the U.S. starts a war with China, both countries will suffer, but the U.S. will get its ass kicked. Hard.

Sadly (or not), it’s a lose-lose situation for the U.S., because, even if we don’t fight a war with China, our economy is probably going to collapse in the near future. If we fight a war with China and win, we’ll probably still collapse.

The continuing debate about a hypothetical third world war that erupts over Taiwan can be largely described as a series of lies of omission. In other words, there are some really, incredibly important aspects that the media are loathe to even mention. Below are some comments on five of my favorites.


Even the Jew-controlled media can’t deny the obvious fact that China now has the biggest navy in the world. However, they aren’t telling us the whole story.

The media tell us that China has about 350 war ships, while the U.S. has slightly less than 300. However, they also tell us that U.S. war ships are significantly bigger on average, and this extra tonnage makes its navy superior. Of course, the U.S. also has other advantages, including vast experience at fighting wars.

This narrative creates the illusion that 300 big U.S. war ships manned with experienced sailors are going to take on 350 puny Chinese ships manned by scared amateurs. For good measure, the U.S. will have superior air power, along with a daunting array of allies.

What the media whores neglect to mention is a little detail called the Atlantic Ocean. Between NATO, the Middle East, the war in Ukraine, and all the countries bordering the Atlantic and Indian oceans the U.S. likes to bully, that’s one hell of a commitment. I would speculate that, if the U.S. started a war with China, it would leave no less than one third of its fleet in the Atlantic-Indian oceans. So, we’re talking about 200 U.S. ships vs 350 Chinese ships, rather than 300 vs 350. In plain English, that’s called road kill, and it gets worse.

You see, China’s navy is still growing very rapidly. In fact, it’s growing so fast, the media have a hard time keeping up. While Bloomberg Jews and the New York Times tell us China still has 350 ships, the Pentagon’s 2023 China Military Power Report said China’s navy had about 370 warships. The fleet is expected to grow to 395 ships by 2025. That’s next year.

By 2030, China is projected to have 435 ships. By that time, the U.S. fleet might number 300—the number of ships the media commonly claimed it had a year or two ago.

So, if we fight China in 2025, we’ll probably see about 200 U.S. vessels fearlessly attacking 395 Chinese ships. That’s almost two to one! If we delay the war until 2030, it will likely be 200 U.S. ships vs 435 Chinese ships.

And I’m still not finished, because China’s navy will be supported by its coast guard and possibly even thousands of fishing vessels. Don’t laugh. Coast guard vessels and fishing boats can ferry troops and supplies and can also help with surveillance. Chinese coast guard vessels have participated in military drills targeting Taiwan. Don’t count on the U.S. sending its coast guard across the Pacific Ocean to fight China.

That’s still not the whole story. Read on to learn why China’s navy is stronger still . . .

2. Logistics ˆ


If China’s military attempted to invade California, it would be a very different story. China’s military is powerful enough to do some serious damage, but landing any troops on U.S. soil would be a Herculean task. In fact, the Chinese have no intention of fighting the U.S. anywhere but in the Western Pacific. While the U.S. continues to fight its dirty imperialistic wars, the Chinese are focused on defense.

That means the U.S. will have to ferry troops, weapons, and supplies across the Pacific Ocean. Of course, we have a lot of weapons and supplies stockpiled at numerous military bases in Japan, South Korea, and the Philippines, as well as Taiwan. Still, a war with China will probably be far more demanding than the war in Ukraine. Vast amounts of troops and supplies will have to be transported, and that’s going to be a headache for Uncle Sam.

For the Chinese, it will be a cakewalk. After all, they’ll be fighting in their back yard. Bear in mind that China has the best infrastructure in the world. While the U.S. transports troops and supplies via Amtrak, the Chinese have a system of high-speed trains that can leave us in the dust.

One aspect of logistics the media don’t like to talk about is maintenance. Modern ships, aircraft, and weapons all require maintenance. Fighter jets in particular require an extraordinary amount of maintenance.

In the event of war, China and the U.S. would both have to allocate resources to maintenance. However, U.S. troops would be far from home, while the Chinese would be a hop, skip and a jump away from spare parts and mechanics. It’s also worth remembering that China’s military is much newer than America’s, which includes ships and aircraft that are decades old. On top of that, U.S. ships and aircraft are typically built by corrupt corporations that are more concerned with making a buck than protecting the motherland. Just think of all those Lockheed-Martin pork barrel projects and Boeing, whose specialty appears to be murdering whistle-blowers.

3. Morale ˆ


Given the U.S. military’s vast experience and overwhelming power, one might expect its personnel to have high morale.

I’m joking! The U.S. has a lot of experience getting its but kicked—in Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Ukraine. The mighty U.S. hasn’t even been able to stop Yemen’s Houthis!

How high would your morale be if your commander-in-chief was a senile war criminal like Joe Biden or a deranged lunatic like Donald Trump?

Let’s be serious. If you were a sailor on a destroyer sailing towards China in a war situation, would you have high morale? You would be seriously outnumbered by Chinese ships, and what about those thousands of missiles scattered across the mainland? Would you even understand exactly what you’re fighting for?

If you were stationed on an aircraft carrier, you would have more protection, but you would also be a bigger target. China has “carrier killer” missiles that are specially designed for destroying U.S. aircraft carriers. No one knows how effective they would be in combat . . . but there’s one way to find out. If the carrier killers prove ineffective, you aren’t home free, as China has other weapons systems it can use against aircraft carriers.

In contrast, Chinese troops will know exactly what they’re fighting for. For them, it would be an existential war, and their morale will be sky high. Similarly, a billion Chinese citizens will wholeheartedly support the troops, while millions of Americans will likely protest against a war with China. I’ll go one leap further and cheer for every U.S. ship the Chinese destroy.

4. Allies ˆ


Fortunately, Team USA has a daunting collection of allies, including three that have nuclear weapons. Between the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, Japan, South Korea, and India, the Chinese ought to be trembling in fear.

The funny thing is, most of these countries are suffering serious economic problems, many of them thrown under the bus by the U.S. Various European countries have snubbed the U.S. by calling foul on Israel’s war crimes in Gaza. Some of them are also courting Chinese business. India is a member of BRICS, which threatens to wreck the U.S. economy.

Worn out by wars in both Ukraine and Gaza, how many European countries are going to enthusiastically support a war against China? The U.S. government would love to kick back and watch Japan, South Korea, and the Philippines fight a proxy war against China. But would any of these countries be willing to lead the charge? It would probably take two two or three U.S. aircraft carrier groups to motivate these countries to fight. The carrier groups would not be able to hide off the coast of California; they would have to steam into the Taiwan Strait and rally the allies. LOL!

What about Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America? These regions don’t include many notable military powers, but don’t trivialize them. If the U.S. starts a war with their #1 trading partner, they could easily sanction the U.S.

Which isn’t to say China would have no military allies. If it let North Korea off its leash, South Korea would be toast. The combined might of China and North Korea could probably knock Japan out of action fairly quickly as well.

And what about Russia? The way things are going, the war in Ukraine will likely end sometime in 2024, and Putin may be looking for revenge against the U.S. The combined might of China, North Korea, and Russia would steamroll Japan even faster.

In fact, the United States’ global clout is diminishing every day. The number of allies willing to support it in a war against China will probably decrease each year.

5. Surprise! ˆ


The U.S. and China doubtless both have secret weapons and strategies that could help influence the outcome of a war. However, I’d put my money on China, for a couple reasons.

All those wars that give the U.S. its much vaunted experience have a price tag: they also force the U.S. to divulge its secrets.

The war in Ukraine has turned into a joke as Russia’s military destroys one celebrated U.S. weapons system after another. How many Abrams tanks have been destroyed so far?

In comparison, what does the U.S. government know about China’s military or its tactics? It certainly knows that China is the world’s leader in hypersonic missile technology. It is also the foremost drone power and has the first dedicated drone carrier. It knows that the Chinese are quickly catching up in the realm of computer chips. It knows the Chinese are continuously inventing formidable new weapons and technologies.

In short, one must assume the U.S. will be expecting a Pandora’s box of surprises if it starts a war with China.

My Plan ˆ

My Plan

I could list still more reasons the U.S. would probably lose a war with China. In fact, the situation is so ridiculous, one has to wonder if the U.S. would really consider fighting a war with China. Is it just bluffing?

The media tell us that Chinese attempted amphibious landings would be blown out of the water by Taiwanese forces, and any Chinese troops that did make it to Taiwanese soil would be quickly decimated.

Baloney. Taiwan would actually be a relatively easy target. Its military is weak and poorly trained, and many of its citizens are strikingly apathetic. Some even champion reunification. And why bother with amphibious landings when you can ferry troops to Taiwan with helicopters?

I don’t claim to be an expert military strategist, but I brainstormed a surprisingly simple strategy for taking Taiwan. But would it actually work? Read on and judge for yourself . . .

Chinese ships and aircraft harass Taiwan on a regular basis in what is dubbed “gray zone warfare.” It would thus be relatively easy to position a few ships and aircraft around Taiwan without arousing undue suspicion.

I would begin dispatching additional ships and aircraft as I launched an attack that would shock people around the world. A swarm of 10,000 drones would head for Taiwan, where they would be strategically positioned to monitor the island. Most of the drones would be extremely inexpensive and would not carry weapons. Little effort would be made to prevent the Taiwanese from shooting them down. In fact, they might be painted with fluorescent orange bullseyes to encourage their destruction. Destroying 10,000 drones would require 10,000 far more expensive missiles, seriously depleting the island’s reserves. In the meantime, Chinese drones that do carry weapons can zero in on missile launch sites and destroy them. Simple.

Any drones that run low on fuel can fly to Chinese ships, where they can be refueled and put back in action.

With Taiwan blockaded and buried under a swarm of drones, it would appear to be game over. I would contact Taiwanese officials and tell them this is a genuine invasion and ask them to surrender. I think there’s a good chance they would oblige. If they refuse, I would begin launching missiles targeting military assets on the island. Taiwan’s navy and air force could probably be destroyed very easily, with the exception of submarines. Aircraft and naval gunfire would also be effective in degrading Taiwan’s defenses.

If the Taiwanese managed to destroy 10,000 drones, I would dispatch another swarm of 10,000.

After Taiwan’s military assets have been adequately degraded, I would dispatch helicopters ferrying troops and weapons to the island. Once on Taiwan, they would be supported by drones, aircraft, naval gunfire, and missiles. Taiwan would be subdued within two or three days.

Of course, this assumes Team USA doesn’t come to the rescue. Things would obviously become more complicated if Chinese forces came under fire from Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, or the U.S. Navy.

Frankly, I think China’s military is big and powerful enough to take them all on. The combined might of China and North Korea could easily beat South Korea into submission. How many ships would be required to blockade the Philippines? There are U.S. troops armed with anti-ship missiles on the island, but Chinese hypersonic missiles, fighter jets, stealth bombers, attack helicopters, and drones ought to make short work of them.

If China captured Taiwan in just a few days, then knocked out South Korea and the Philippines, the U.S. and Japan would think twice about continuing the fight. Sinking one or two U.S. aircraft carriers would deal a further blow to morale. China has missiles that can take out military assets on Guam, yet another morale buster.

China can’t be happy with all those military bases in the Western Pacific. If I was in charge of China’s military, I would thus view an attack by the U.S. or its allies as an opportunity to do a little house-cleaning. I would wage war against Japan, South Korea, and the Philippines, and I wouldn’t stop until no U.S. military bases remained. I would then force their governments to sign treaties banning U.S. military bases on their soil.

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Yes, my plan is based largely on speculation. Whether China could actually use a similar plan is something we may never know.

However, if you do some research on the countries involved and their relative military and economic strength, you may discover that my plan would have a greater likelihood of success than a U.S. attack on China, which would be a fool’s errand.

It would probably be more logical for the U.S. to launch attacks against Chinese shipping far away from China. It could attempt to cut off the oil China imports from the Middle East, for example. However, that would not really qualify as defending Taiwan. The Chinese probably have enough food and fossil fuels stockpiled to last a few months, and they could easily take Taiwan in just a few days.

Moreover, there’s no shortage of countries in the Middle East that hate the U.S. and would not look favorably on the U.S. interfering with their oil exports. China has war ships in the Middle East and has also given some of these countries weapons. If Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt sided with China, it would be a nightmare come true for both the U.S. and Israel.

In closing, I should let you know that I want a war between the U.S. and China. People think I’m crazy, but hear me out. The U.S. isn’t just out of control; it’s deranged. It needs to be humiliated and downsized, and China is the only country that can do it.

Yes, a war with China could go nuclear and destroy civilization. However, I seriously doubt that China would initiate a nuclear attack. The U.S. government is batshit crazy enough to pull such a stunt, and if it doesn’t nuke China, it would probably eventually nuke some other country, like Iran or Russia. Maybe both.

So, let’s get it over with. If China could destroy four or five aircraft carrier groups and vaporize every U.S. military base in the Western Pacific, the world would be a far better place. The U.S. would probably suffer an economic collapse and nationwide anarchy. It would not be fun for anyone living in the U.S., but if the muddled masses revolted against the U.S. government, the corporate sector, the super rich, and the Jews, they might create a new nation that actually lives up to the ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence.

I’d settle for nothing less.

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