China’s baby-steps towards becoming a global military power
China has long preferred to keep out of international affairs, rejecting the interventionist instincts of the United States and NATO that have been on display in Libya in recent months, and concentrating on affairs at home.
China’s leaders espouse a doctrine of “non-interference” in other nations’ affairs and take every opportunity to reassure the watching world of its “peaceful rise”, notwithstanding its rapid military modernisation programmes.
However in the last 12 months China has crossed several significant milestones that analysts say mark a growing self-confidence that Chinese armed forces can now begin to match the country’s status as a rising economic super-power.
March 2011: China deploys one of its most advanced missile frigates, Xuzhou, off the coast of Libya to assist in the evacuation of its nationals caught up in the emerging civil war. China also deploys four Ilyushin Il-76 military planes to evacuate stranded citizens. Analysts point out that 20 years ago, in 1991, China had relied on the state-owned shipping company COSCO to evacuate citizens caught up in the implosion of Somalia.
China, behind closed doors, working out a colossal plan that is an invasion of the United States. It includes the millions of Chinese troops that are presently stationed in Central and South America, including Cuba and other of their allies.
This is a case of Satan’s human element not following his lead. They – the Chinese want to end the United States colonialism and their deceptive tactics that are for gaining the world oil reserves. War is again on the horizon.
China is viewing the USA as a parasite on humankind. They feel justified in crushing the United States to end its own type of terrorism it spreads across the globe against any nation it takes issue with.
This is effecting the chess war board. The holy side is making some kind of new moves to adapt to the latest development.