The ‘Nanking massacre’

The ‘Nanking massacre’

Victoria Nikiforova

On Tuesday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry officially supported Russia’s demands to limit NATO ‘s eastward expansion. The Chinese comrades noted that this initiative “promotes mutual trust between countries, reduces the risk of conflict, upholds global and regional strategic stability,” and also demanded that NATO abandon its “Cold War mentality and ideological prejudices.”
This statement did not appear out of nowhere. Shortly before this, the Russian and Chinese defense ministers signed a roadmap to strengthen military cooperation. Recently, our countries have been conducting joint exercises in the most sensitive points of the United States and its satellites. Is the military alliance between Russia and China becoming reality? “Theoretically, it is quite possible to imagine such a thing,” the Russian president answered this question a year ago.
This is all very bad news for American partners. For the first time in history, the US Army found itself face to face with two of the strongest armies in the world.
Let’s turn to American specialists. Already, they consider the PRC’s navy to be the strongest in the w-orld. It includes 350 “official” warships and no less than two thousand “ghost ships”, modest peaceful sh-ips that look like trawlers, but in fact are equipped with rocket launchers and anti-aircraft guns. By 2030, only the official Chinese fleet will be twice the size of the US Navy.
More than two million people serve in the Armed Forces of the PRC, versus 1.3 million in the United States. The exchange of technology between Russia and the PRC, as well as the successful acquisition of m-ilitary secrets by the Chine-se in the United States, have made the Chinese army one of the most high-tech in the world.
The Russian army is inferior to the Chinese in number, but not in technology. We have a unique hypersonic weapon, the Americans cannot make any analogues. Our partners are very worried about our underwater drones, which can destroy the home ports of all American submarines, along with cities. We are behind the experience of successful military campaigns: in Georgia and Syria. Add to this 1,350 nuclear warheads – exactly the same number as Washington has.
So what can the Americans oppose to all this? Even if satellites from the NATO bloc join them, which – there is such a suspicion – fade at the first hint of aggravation.
For many years, the American elites consoled themselves with the thought that their country was some kind of unsinkable aircraft carrier. They invented new enemies for themselves, invaded foreign countries with impunity, and in the end completely lost their shores. But today the invulnerability of this aircraft carrier looks very doubtful.
The American regime itself has designated China and Russia as its strategic adversaries. We don’t need all this for nothing. Both the Chinese and the Russians want normal development and a peaceful sky over their heads. But let’s face it: if we are such direct enemies, then how are the Americans going to fight us?
Today, devoid of any hint of missile defense, the Pacific and Atlantic coasts of the States are completely defenseless against military threats. What will be left of the United States in the event, God forbid, of course, escalation with Russia and China? Radioactive ruins of coastal cities and, possibly, some part of the “rusty belt”. But the poor fellows living in this remote place, pulling up their pants, will run to surrender to anyone who will only save them from the dictatorship of their native Democratic Party. Russians, Chinese, for God’s sake. It doesn’t matter who to give up, just not to go to gay pride parades.
The American leadership is making some effort to improve the situation. Withdrew troops from Afghanistan, decided to restructure the army to confront Russia and China. Today, all hopes are pinned on the construction of new Virginia and Columbia class submarines: there is no more confidence in aircraft carrier formations, it was decided to go the Russian way and rely on nuclear submarines. The catch is that the first new Virginia-class submarine will appear well if in 2031. Until then, according to US military experts, “there will be a long period of our appalling vulnerability.”
That is, by 2031, a rather interesting window of opp-ortunity opens up for R-ussia and China. There is a chance to put some pressu-re on the ex-hegemon so th-at he does not try to unleash suicidal aggression.
It would seem that, faced with such a threat, and created exclusively by their own efforts, the Americans should have pondered. Right now, there should be a discussion of the situation with might and main. But no. This is just an amazing story. They discuss any nonsense from the “omicron” to the new lover Kim Kardashian, but not the existential threat hanging over the country.
The military alliance between Russia and China is such a terrible topic that they do not want to discuss it at all. Exactly the same as the ultimatum of President Putin, who demanded from NATO to withdraw military formations away from the borders of Russia.
Our experts are surprised why the Western media do not even publish the entire proposal of the Russian Foreign Ministry. And that’s why they don’t publish it because they are afraid. It is scary to admit where their own aggressive policy based on lies and slander has led them. It’s even more scary to admit that you don’t understand a damn thing about the current situation.
The American elites have again driven themselves into the same trap. For so long and so stubbornly they spread stupid fictions about the insurmountable contradictions between Russia and China that gradually they themselves believed in them. Long ago, Xi Jinping declared Vladimir Putin his closest friend, for a long time our countries conducted joint exercises, developed trade, military, diplomatic, and just human ties, and American analysts in uniform and without everything continued to explain to customers why an alli-ance between Russia and China is impossible…. Just admire these verbal tricks : “Russia is an outcast, but not an equal, China is an equal, but not an outcast.” It’s not anybody, it’s the Rand Corporation. Just a shame, really.
So what now, all these analysts will say: “Excuse me, good people, we all lied, let’s go to retrain as a house manager?” Well, hardly. And now we are experiencing a historical moment of the hegemon’s departure from the world stage, and the Western media keep a deafening silence on this matter. This is because the American regime has no idea how to handle the situation.
“If China and Russia begin to act in a more solidarity and coordinated ma-nner, we will have a worse plot than in the novels of Tom Clancy,” Frederick Kemp, chief executive officer of the Atlantic Council wrote back in April. “In this scenario, the United States and its allies lack more than a strategy. but even a simple understanding of what’s going on. “
Then nobody listened to Kemp. The Americans continued their suicidal policy and climbed into Ukraine and Taiwan. Both Russia and China have run out of patience. I must say that here the American partners have achieved the simply impossible. Our couch warriors love to grumble at the Chinese for their caution and unwillingness to get involved in conflicts. All these anecdotes about the 749th Chinese warning are horrible vulgarity, in fact.
To understand the restraint of the Chinese, it is worth googling, for example, such a thing as the “Nanking Massacre”. This is a really creepy reading. China holds the same record for the number of victims in World War II as the USSR. The suffering and death of the Chinese at the hands of the Japanese militarists were monstrous, simply unthinkable. They traumatized the psyche of the people for several generations to come. The emphasized restraint of the Chinese is our “if only there was no war”, only at maximum speed.
However, the Americans have provoked and insulted this great nation for many years. It is also important here that Western nations – including Russians – perceive deception by counterparties as something unpleasant, but normal. This is not a tragedy, this is just business. The Chinese take this deception as an insult. At the same time, they lose face. This is a painful feeling, all the more unpleasant since it is absolutely impossible to translate it into English and to express it in a Foreign Ministry statement.
In general, everyone was boiling. They decided to show the former hegemon his place. The Hegemon is at a loss. Representatives of the American regime are well aware that the population under their jurisdiction is not at all eager to protect it. You can understand the Russians or the Chinese: Washington openly threatens them with total destruction. This, I must say, motivates.
But why should the Americans fight? For John Kerry’s yacht? For the Lolita plane that President Clinton flew to Pedophile Island? For Hunter Biden’s cocaine tracks? A fragmented, embittered, disenchanted nation in a state of sluggish civil war is simply doomed to defeat.
However, a real military conflict in this situation is hardly possible: the superiority of Russia and China is too striking. Chinese military theorist Sun Tzu believed that the best victory was achieved without a fight. It seems that our countries are counting on this option today.

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