Will Taiwan be destroyed by China while Biden remains silent?

Eric h

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America is beset with divisions between those who favor righteousness and those who favor wickedness.

Agreed, same in Taiwan.

Just because America has to deal with those problems at home does not justify American refusal to fight for freedom and righteousness worldwide.

America hasn't dealt with these problems at home. If you can't sort your own problems out, it means you don't have solutions for any other country; you just seem to cause mayhem on a larger scale.
 

ffreeloader

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And so you're willing to turn a blind eye to their imprisonment in re-education camps of a million uyghurs, and the systematic rape of uyghur women.

You're willing to allow 23.6 million ethnic Chinese in the democracy of Taiwan to be subjugated under communist rule.
You're missing the much larger picture. Anna not only desires that for Taiwan she desires that for all 330 million US citizens plus the rest of the world too. She has made this abundantly clear over time.
 

marke

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He can preclude all he wants, it's not possible to keep from "only executing those who are guilty."

It's. not. possible. Maybe look up how many civilians have been killed in Iraq for an idea.

To imagine we could 'bomb China to hell' without civilian deaths is ludicrous.

Or - American deaths.

What war with China could look like
Sept 2020
A Pentagon annual report on China released Tuesday noted the military capabilities that the United States and its allies might have to counter, should such a scenario occur.​
Among China’s assets is the world’s largest navy, with a battle force of 350 ships that includes 130 major surface combatants. By comparison, the U.S. Navy has 296 deployable ships. China’s ground-based missiles have a range of 500km range, compared to the 300-km range for U.S. ground-based missiles in theater.​
And if the United States does strike, it will face the world’s largest array of advanced long-range, surface-to-air systems, according to the report.​
. . . .​
A recent war game, one of many that have been conducted involving a Taiwan conflict, showed “staggering casualties” and, should China gain a foothold on the island, an “Iwo Jima”-like situation for the United States to overcome, according to a report by Real Clear Investigations.​
Democrats are limp-brained, yellow-backed, pansy peaceniks who have no clue how freedom is secured and maintained.
 

marke

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Look, I, and a lot of other Americans, don't want a war with China. You can parse marke's words all you want, but he wants war and I'm not gonna argue semantics about how much war.
Marke wants peace, which is why he advocates going to war with murderous fascist thugs who commit atrocities that destroy the peace and security innocent people.
 

marke

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Agreed, same in Taiwan.



America hasn't dealt with these problems at home. If you can't sort your own problems out, it means you don't have solutions for any other country; you just seem to cause mayhem on a larger scale.
Leftists will not make peace with the righteous at home and then claim because leftists will not make peace at home then good people can not do anything to help deliver innocent people around the world from wicked leftist barbarians in their countries.
 

annabenedetti

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Which is better?:

Scenario 1: Allow China to take over the world through subversive means, and let them continue to oppress her people in ways such as only allowing 1 child per family, forced abortions, disappearing anyone who opposes the regime, and allowing communism, and thus, poverty, to spread.

Scenario 2: America and her allies step in and act, taking out the communist dictatorship leaders of China and liberate her people from their rule.

The time to "take out the communist dictatorship" was when they were still only allowing 1 child per family. They stopped the oppressive and abusive policy in 2015.

The time to "take out the communist dictatorship" was before it had a chance to get off the ground, maybe say, in 1966 before Mao had the chance to murder so many Chinese people.

Do you actually think that now, the Chinese military will allow the west to "take out the communist dictatorship" without a retaliation that will be felt on a global scale? No. It will be another opportunity for the U.S. to start something they can't finish.
 

marke

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No Marke doesn't.


So if there are individual thugs they should be brought to justice, this means evidence against each individual thug with lawyers and judges. This would lead to a peaceful solution.
Morons stupidly think that if nations lay down their weapons invading hordes of demonic barbarians will also.
 

annabenedetti

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Hillary and other democrats did not vote to invade the USSR, just Iraq.

🙄

The U.S.S.R. existed for almost 70 years, through about 12 American presidents.

Why didn't any of the 12 call for the invasion of the U.S.S.R. and save the millions who suffered and died in the gulags and the forced famines?

Why didn't we (properly) invade and conquer that tiny little island of Cuba and save the Cubans from decades of abuse under Castro?
 

marke

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🙄

The U.S.S.R. existed for almost 70 years, through about 12 American presidents.

Why didn't any of the 12 call for the invasion of the U.S.S.R. and save the millions who suffered and died in the gulags and the forced famines?

Why didn't we (properly) invade and conquer that tiny little island of Cuba and save the Cubans from decades of abuse under Castro?
If the USSR had bombed the world trade towers instead of Obama Bin Sadin then the outcome would have been quite different.
 

Stripe

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The time to "take out the communist dictatorship" was when they were still only allowing 1 child per family. They stopped the oppressive and abusive policy in 2015.

Replacing it with the totally moral and not in any way evil two-child policy.

Why bother with Taiwan, they are insignificant.
Screw you, buddy.
 

annabenedetti

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My brother told me that the people in Iraq told him that Iraqis loved American soldiers and thanked him for coming to deliver them from Saddam.

Opinion: Iraqis never got the democracy we were promised. We are paying the price.

Tallha Abdulrazaq

Sunday’s poll was another sad day for me — as I imagine it was for many other Iraqis, if the abysmal 41 percent turnout is anything to go by. We never got the democracy we were promised, and were instead left with a grossly incompetent, highly corrupt and hyperviolent monster masquerading as a democracy and traumatizing a generation. . . .

What the miserly turnout proves is that very few Iraqis believe in democracy anymore, and certainly not the flavor that was forced upon us at gunpoint by the United States and its allies in 2003. These elections simply serve to punctuate what we already know, which is that our vote will be used to justify the mirage of democracy, while a handpicked group of elites will continue to profit as we continue to suffer.

With such deep systemic and structural problems — and with a continued lack of justice for the victims of those murdered by security forces and militias, who act with total impunity — Iraqi politics is doomed to continue on its current trajectory of rot and ruin. I, for one, will not dye my index finger blue for the sake of Iraq’s faux democracy ever again. I am certain I am not alone in my despair.
 

TomO

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These elections simply serve to punctuate what we already know, which is that our vote will be used to justify the mirage of democracy, while a handpicked group of elites will continue to profit as we continue to suffer.
Oh...So they did get "American Style" democracy after all. 😐
 
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