2025 END GAME – XI’S CHINA MIRRORING NAZI GERMANY

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The Signing of Peace in the Hall of Mirrors, Versailles, 28th June 1919, showing the signing of the peace treaty by Germany 

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This is a chronological presentation of the events that led to World War II. It would be incredible to note that there are uncanny similarities between those events, and the events presently taking place in and around China. Our assessment at Insightful Geopolitics indicates towards a major war before 2025. In the following write-up, years and events preceding World War II have been listed followed by how China is mirroring and pushing the world towards a mega war. Let us analyze.

1929

  • Hitler’s Germany – 31 August:
    • The Young Plan, which sets the total World War I reparations owed by Germany at US$26,350,000,000 to be paid over a period of 58½ years, is finalized.
  • Xi’s China
    • As per Henry Jackson Society, post pandemic lawsuits against the China could hit “at least” $A6.5 trillion from G7 nations alone.
    • Four federal class-action amounting to trillions of dollars lawsuits have been filed against the Chinese government in the US courts.
    • The Israeli NGO Shurat HaDin plans to file a class action lawsuit against China in the coming days.
    • Two Egyptian lawyers have raised a $10 trillion lawsuit against Chinese President Xi Jinping.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 29 October
  • Xi’s China
    • As per Times magazine the spread of Coronavirus has plunged the world into a global economic depression.
    • IHS Markit expects the world economy to shrink 5.5%($7.8 trillion) this year, triple the damage it sustained in the 2008 financial crisis.

1930

  • Hitler’s Germany – 30 June
    • France withdraws its remaining troops from the Rhineland.
  • Xi’s China
    • The United States Plans to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan, Germany, Iraq and Syria.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 14 September
    • German election results in the Nazis becoming the second-largest party in the Reichstag.
  • Xi’s China
    • March 2018 – China removes the two-term limit on the presidency. Xi Jinping to remain in power for life.

1931

  • Hitler’s Germany – 19 May
    • First over 10,000 tons Deutschland-class cruiser launched in Germany. German Navy moves from coastal defense vessels to open sea warfare capabilities.
  • Xi’s China
    • December 2013 – China’s Central Military Commission commences it’s plan to commission two Liaoning-pattern aircraft carriers. China amongst 13 navies of the world to operate aircraft carriers.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 18 September
    • Mukden Incident: the Japanese stage a false flag bombing against a Japanese-owned railroad in the Chinese region of Manchuria, blaming Chinese dissidents for the attack, an incident that many claim is the official start of what would become the Second World War.
  • Xi’s China
    • China is desperately trying for false flag operations so that it uses those incidents to encroach upon the neighboring territories.
    • October 2018 – Chinese destroyer, Lanzhou came dangerously close to the United States guided-missile destroyer USS Decatur in the Spratly Islands.
    • Apr-May-Jun 2020
    • China Coast Guard vessel Haijing 4301 rammed and sank a Vietnamese fishing boat, QNG 90617 TS, near Woody Island. The fishermen, as well as the crews of two other Vietnamese vessels, were detained.
    • China has used these terror tactics in the past with the all the navies in the South China Sea and U.S. Navy, and it may repeat the same in the future.
    • China is trying to create fasle flag operation in Ladakh, India, since 05 May 2020. On 15 June during a routine patrol, PLA mercenaries carried out unprovoked attack on Indian soldiers, assaulting them with spiked sticks. 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives, but they stunned PLA by killing 43 of their mercenaries.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 19 September – Using the Mukden Incident as a pretext, the Japanese invade Manchuria.
  • Xi’s China – China would use one such incident to escalate tension and invade either Taiwan, try to encroach upon Indian territories, create trouble in the South China Sea; and Indian Ocean Region.

1932

  • Hitler’s Germany – 25 July
    • Soviet-Polish nonaggression pact is signed with it being initially effective for three years.
  • Xi’s China
    • 08 May 2015 – Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China established an information security agreement heralded as a “nonaggression pact” between the countries in cyberspace.
Courtesy: Russian President’s Press

1933

  • Hitler’s Germany – 28 February
  • Xi’s China
    • 16 June 2020 – China’s legislative body drafts Hong Kong national security law. The timing coincides with a cowardly attack by PLA mercenaries on Indian soldiers, in Ladakh. This was done to divert the attention of all the civilized nations of the world from happenings in Hong Kong.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 20 March
    • Germany’s first concentration camp, Dachau, is completed.
  • Xi’s China
    • April 2017 – China starts a modern-day concentration camps in East Turkmenistan.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 21 June
    • All non-Nazi parties are banned in Germany.
  • Xi’s China
    • March 2018 – Xi Jinping becomes President for life. Only five years ago Beijing was being ruled by a collective leadership, under ex-President Hu Jintao.
Silenced voices over the years: Courtesy The Diplomat

1934

  • Hitler’s Germany – 30 June
    • Night of the Long Knives in Germany. Potential rivals to Hitler within the Nazi Party, including SA leader Ernst Röhm and prominent anti-Nazi conservatives such as, former Chancellor Kurt von Schleicher, are killed by the SS and the Gestapo.
  • Xi’s China – China has a long history of purging dissidents.
    • 1989 – Zhao Ziyang, general secretary of CPC and key reformist put under house arrest for life after Tiananmen uprising in 1989.
    • 2018 – Actress Fan Bingbing, Three Canadian citizens, Gene-editing scientist He Jiankui, Interpol Chief Meng Hongwei, Award-Winning photographer Lu Guang, Ink-splash girl Dong Yaoqiong, Church leader Wang Yi disappear.
    • 2019 – Qiu Zhanxuan, student activist. Abducted on 29 April by State security agents on the outskirts of Beijing. He remains missing.
    • 2020 – Chinese tycoon Ren Zhiqiang goes missing after criticising Beijing’s response to coronavirus outbreak.
    • The list is endless.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 20 July
    • The SS becomes an organization independent of the Nazi Party, reporting directly to Adolf Hitler.
  • Xi’s China
    • January 2016 – Central Military Commission(CMC) Chairman Xi Jinping creates an army that is loyal to no one but himself. For many years, two former CMC vice chairmen, Guo Boxiong and Xu Caihou, controlled most important and powerful General Staff Department (GSD) and General Political Department (GPD). They were shunted out on corruption charges. Xi has restructured PLA and effectively created an army of his own.

1936

  • Hitler’s Germany – 07 March
    • In violation of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany seizes the Rhineland. Hitler expresses his limited expansionist aim of building a greater German nation, and his desire for British understanding and cooperation. King Edward VIII orders the military to stand down in relation to the move.
  • Xi’s China
    • 01 January 1950 – China claims sovereignty over Tibet. Chinese government troops invaded Tibet on October 7, 1950, calling it peaceful liberation. The UN General Assembly condemned the Chinese invasion of Tibet and went back to their regular routine.
    • 02 January 2019 – In his speech, Xi Jinping retorted that ”there is only one China, Taiwan must and will be unified with the mainland”. Xi stated “problem cannot be put off for another generation”, and has called upon the military to be prepared to fight “bloody battles” for every “single inch” of its territory.
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen rejected Xi’s speech: Courtesy SCMP
  • Hitler’s Germany – 01 August
    • Germany hosts the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, indicating its emergence on the world stage.
  • Xi’s China
    • 08 August 2008 – China hosts summer XXIX Olympics, indicating its emergence on the world stage.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 18 October
    • Goring is made head of the German Four Year Plan, an effort to make Germany self-sufficient and increase armaments.
  • Xi’s China
    • January 2020 – China becomes world’s second-biggest arms producer, behind the United States and ahead of Russia(Sweden-based think tank).

1937

  • Hitler’s Germany – 31 August
  • Xi’s China
    • China has been inciting smaller countries like Pakistan and Nepal to raise nonissues in their sphere against India.
    • China may incite N Korea to start a war with S Korea. The latest developments in N Korea strongly indicate that.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 12 December
  • Xi’s China
    • September 2018 – Chinese destroyer moved within 41 metres of and almost collided with the USS Decatur destroyer during a tense face-off in the South China Sea.
    • April 2020 – The PLA Navy ship came within 100 metres of a U.S. Navy Ship in the South China Sea.
A US Navy ship had an “unsafe” interaction with a Chinese warship September 30 while the US vessel was conducting a freedom of navigation operation near the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, causing the US ship to maneuver “to prevent a collision,” according to US defense officials.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 13 December
  • Xi’s China – China is not able to forget the humiliation at the hand of Japanese, and that has badly affected the psyche of the whole nation.
Battle of Nanking

1938

  • Hitler’s Germany – 13 March
  • Xi’s China – China may annex Nepal to have better access to India.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 27 September
    • U.S. President Roosevelt sends a letter to German Führer Adolf Hitler seeking peace.
  • Xi’s China – The west is continuously appeasing China and ignoring its malfeasance.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 30 September
    • The Munich Agreement is signed by Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and Italy. The agreement allows Germany to annex the Czechoslovak Sudetenland area in exchange for peace in an attempt to appease Hitler.
  • Xi’s China – The west has provided nothing more than lip service to the Chinese occupation of Tibet, and East Turkmenistan and open threats to Tawan; and other littoral nations of the region. The similar appeasement of Nazi Germany pushed the world into World War.
1930s-era Soviet poster by Kukryniksy showing Western powers giving Hitler Czechoslovakia on a dish. Inscription in the flag:”To the the East!”
  • Hitler’s Germany – 05 October
    • Germany invalidates the passports of all its Jewish citizens who are reissued passports with the letter “J” stamped in red. This change was made after requests by Sweden and Switzerland who wanted a way of easily denying Jews entry into their countries
  • Xi’s China – China would do so with all foreigners, Hong Kongers, Tibetans and Uighurs when hostilities breakout
  • Hitler’s Germany – 09 November
    • Following vom Rath’s death, the Kristallnachtpogrom begins in Germany; thousands of Jewish shops and synagogues are smashed, looted, burned, and destroyed throughout the country.
  • Xi’s China – Churches and other foreign institutions are regularly harassed in China, accusing them of spying for the west.

1939

  • Hitler’s Germany – 27 January
    • Hitler orders Plan Z, a 5-year naval expansion programme intended to provide for a huge German fleet capable of defeating the Royal Navy by 1944.
  • Xi’s China
    • In the eight years between 2010 and 2018, 24 destroyers were launched from Chinese shipyards. China plans to have the largest and strongest navy in the world by 2030.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 14-15 March
  • Xi’s China
    • 20 April 2020 – China announces that it has established two districts in disputed Paracels and Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, disregarding other nations claims.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 03 April
    • Hitler orders the German military to start planning for the attack on Poland, on August 25, 1939.
  • Xi’s China – China has completed plans to unify Hong Kong and Taiwan with PRC.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 14 April
    • U.S. President Roosevelt sends letter to German Chancellor Hitler and Italian Prime Minister Mussolini seeking peace.
  • Xi’s China – Dangerous appeasement of China by the West would have a heavy cost attached to it.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 22 May
    • The Pact of Steel, known formally as the “Pact of Friendship and Alliance between Germany and Italy”.
  • Xi’s China – China would get into such pacts with Pakistan just before the war.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 23 August
    • The Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact is signed between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, with secret provisions for the division of Eastern Europe.
  • Xi’s China – China would get into such pacts with Russia just before the war.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 25 August
    • In response to a message from Mussolini that Italy will not honor the Pact of Steel if Germany attacks Poland, Hitler delays the launch of the invasion by five days to provide more time to secure British and French neutrality.
  • Xi’s China – China would try and seek neutrality of a few western countries before attacking Taiwan.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 30 August
  • Xi’s China – Chian would give an ultimatum to Taiwan before the year-end.
  • Hitler’s Germany – 01 September 
  • Xi’s China
    • Unable to salvage the sinking Chinese economy and stem the unemployment rates crossing 500 million, Xi would invade Taiwan before the end of 2022. This would divert the attention of Chinese citizens, and may delay Xi’s ouster.
    • The start of World War III.

THE WAY FORWARD

Our Assessment:

  • The existing tensions at the India-Tibet border are just a façade by China. There are many nefarious designs being given final touches. 
  • China would open many fronts in a very short time. Arunachal Pradesh-Tibet border and the Indian Ocean are some of them. 
  • China would spread its poison through its vassal states in India. 
  • Chinese and Pakistani terror activities would increase in India. 
  • India should review its relationship with Nepal and sanitize the Indo-Nepal border for the infiltrations. 
  • The next few days in the short-term and two years in the long-term are very crucial for India(India should be ready for a major showdown with China in the coming few days).
  • There are no elections being held in India, so the Indian government should show full resolve and act swiftly showing determination and strength of character. 
  • India has to traverse alone. No western country is likely to come to extend helping hand against China. Nevertheless, India should send its emissaries across the free world as well as the countries surrounding China. 
  • The world has to understand one thing that China is a devil that thrives on fear. If one goes beyond that psychological barrier, China had no answers. 
  • Chinese leadership hates uncertainty and unpredictability. Prime Minister Modi and President Trump create that atmosphere, which China cannot comprehend and fears. 
  • India has made major advancements in defence production. Indian defence exports jumped 700% int the 2015-19 period, and it ranks 23rd in the world’s major exporters list. However, that does match with the country’s economy and size. India lags in innovation and R&D.
  • India has to overcome past mistakes of:
    • Not sending troops to Afghanistan. The presence of Indian troops in Afghanistan would have kept China and Pakistan on the tenterhooks.
    • Not taking an active part in the South China Sea along with other Quad members.
    • Not recognizing Taiwan as an independent country.
    • Not supporting Hong Kong struggle.
    • Giving up the Tibetan freedom struggle.
    • Allowing Nepal to go the Communist way. 
    • Allowing Sri Lank to fall in the Chinese lap.
    • Not anticipating Chinese tariff exemption to Bangladesh on its 97% exports, on 19 June 2020.

145 thoughts

  1. Great post Sandomina and you have presented a lot of strong facts. However there are many of us who believe that because of our advanced technology, money with the impact of debt, there will be a deterrent to the speculation of repeated events.

    1. You are correct in many ways. My idea was to present to the world, the threat ahead. I have already received some inputs which I cannot divulge here. I sincerely hope that nothing is repeated again.

  2. We definitely live in interesting times!

    Continuing from your previous post on the Balkanization of China, this presents a tentative timeline and how history is repeating and might be repeated.

    India right now needs some bold diplomacy and will we inflict any losses on the Chinese for the Galwan Valley flare-up is something that remains to be seen.

    1. Hardik, I can tell you with full authority that we have inflicted sufficient damage and broken the resolve of ChiComs.
      The worst is not over yet. We should not lower our guards. The road ahead is tough and treacherous.

    1. Thanks Sandeep for another comprehensive article. I would say that a war is possible but a world war would need involvement of many countries. Would China be foolish enough to do that?
      I particularly liked the assessment at the end which has listed the strategic errors committed by India. China has been no friend to India and has been obstructive in various international fora. Time for India to remedy past errors. To start with we should support free Tibet movement and then other actions.
      Thanks again for shifting our sights to future possibilities.

      1. Thank you so much, Rajeev, for stopping by and sharing your immense experience. Earliest we come out of the nostalgia of Hindi-Chini Bhai-Bhai, better it is. ChiComs cannot be friends of any nation. Pakistan and Nepal would learn it soon and in a hard way. In fact, Pakistan knows it very well how China took them for a ride in the CPEC project, but they are in no position to accept those blunders.

    1. An excellent compilation. Beautifully compared china with Germany. Very well articulated. Sandy, you are amazing

      1. Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. I am glad that you have liked it.

    2. Thank you so much, Mandy. That’s very kind of you. Those details are indeed shocking for anyone. I sincerely hope that the world comes out of its slumber and takes reality head-on before it is too late.

  3. Post Treaty of Versailles, Germany was on a consolidation track under an assertive and aggressive leadership of Hitler. Post Covid19, China could be on a self implosion track. (Balkanization of China). The danger of a war on a larger scale however remains very high. India in a new, assertive mode could in all possibility be the trigger point. All the treaties and arrangements with countries and economies that seem to share India’s perceptions against China may provide only limited relief, till of course they see India standing up and matching China militarily. Hitler’s Germany had much smaller neighbours and were relatively weaker in military terms. With a stronger and bigger Russia Hitler had already made a pact. The comparison evidently ends there.

    But there is no gainsaying that India must boost its capabilities further, in fact should have done so by yesterday. On its own manpower wise India is capable of matching war on two fronts, at the tactical level, in all sectors, including along IB and LOC with a belligerent Pakistan. However, in terms of quality and quantity of hardware that it might need active support from its ‘allies’.

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your immense experience.
      China understands many realities better than most other countries. They have cozied up with Russia, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and the latest in Bangladesh. The whole design is indicative of one and only one thing, that they are readying up to contain India at any cost. Modern wars would not be fought on a manpower basis. It would be a technological war. The country in possession of superior technology would not send across a single soldier and win the war.
      The idea behind getting CDS post was to get the modernization ball rolling, however, the CDS post has just become a senior COAS. The concepts and ideas we are talking about are a decade old and outdated. By the time they are implemented, they would be ancient. We need technocrats and leaders with a futuristic vision if we want to win any future wars.
      The road ahead is tough and treacherous for India. India’s resolve would be tested many times in the next two years.

  4. Sandeep Sir,yet again you have insightfully probed deep into the probabilities looming large on the horizon regards the threats designed by China so ruthlessly to inflict suffering and extreme pain for rest of the world especially India!It will take a Herculean effort to bear the painful deep wound inflicted by China and counter attack in the same coin at the same time keeping focus on its Corona management program!Modi will have to use all his wisdom to counter such a treacherous for with some pet Dodd barking from other quarters!All the best Modi and mother India!Jai Hind 🇮🇳!

    1. Thank you so much for stopping.
      China understands many realities better than most other countries. They have cozied up with Russia, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and the latest in Bangladesh. The whole design is indicative of one and only one thing, that they are readying up to contain India at any cost. Modern wars would not be fought on a manpower basis. It would be a technological war. The country in possession of superior technology would not send across a single soldier and win the war.
      Our concepts and ideas are about are a decade old and outdated. By the time they are implemented, they would be ancient. We need technocrats and leaders with a futuristic vision if we want to win any future wars.
      The road ahead is tough and treacherous for India. India’s resolve would be tested many times in the next two years.

      1. You are so very correct in your farsighted approach!Thanks for volumes of ‘food for thought ‘ and deliberation for alternatives 🙏

      2. I am super passionate about my country, just like all my friends who are reading these articles.

  5. Nazis=nationalist socialist party of Germany. the lenin pioneers youth=hitlerian youth , nazis ayrian race, lenin revolutionary transformation to create the new communism men; holocaust= gulag ;one party one direction they are both the same just extreme left and right. Both dangerous but one won so hides everything. Cheers

  6. Russian angle need to be analyzed. China is not alone with global ambitions. Russia has designs in Europe. And the axis will most likely be Saudis, Turkey, Iran, NK, Pak, Bangladesh, VZ.

    1. Thank you so much, Shantanu, for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. These are a series of articles, and in the coming days, I hope to work on these aspects as well.

      1. a veteran with so much passion and energy. Mashallah. May Almighty bless n guide you to channelize all of this in a meaningful way to spread peace and righteousness. Ameen!

      2. Thank you so much, Atul, for your kind words. Keeping focus would always the priority. Peace prevails if peace is offered. Just like all of you I am also passionate about our country and would not like it to fall in the same trap again.

  7. A well researched and compilation of events which are cannily similar . Hope it does end up the way it did for WWII

  8. Sandeep, beautifully summarised, the comparisons and the historical facts do lead to your conclusions. GREAT EFFORT. JJ

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your immense experience. I am glad that you have liked it.

  9. A very comprehensive comparison. I just hope that it doesn’t become a reality. China and its nefarious designs are not hidden from anyone.

    1. The hatred towards ChiComs is at its zenith all around the world. Thank you so much for stopping by.

  10. Sandeep….A good analysis on turn of events in comparison with WW II and contemporary geopolitical development….. it’s a warning message to the world ….

    Thankful to you for making us to revisit the history…… Best wishes.

  11. Interesting.
    However, I sense that facts have been conveniently twisted to draw parallels.
    In my view, the difference between the two approaches couldn’t be more stark.
    Hitler’s Germany was brazen… he could afford it since this was a pre-nuclear era. Hitler’s key weapon was speed and ruthlessness (Blitzkrieg), deceit (Munich Pact) and was filled with racial hatred (Holocaust) – his fundamental raison détre was Lebensraum.

    This is completely different from Xi and China’s approach today.
    China makes slow and strategically well-thought out moves. China has been using its authoritarian rule to its advantage to grow economically for the last 30 years (…leave out Mongolia and Tibet). In the last few years, China’s key lever has shifted to use of muscle-power derived from economic and financial superiority to expand geographical presence steadily. They will be happy to grow their geo presence strategically across the globe inch by inch across SEA, LatAm and Sub-Saharan Africa over the next 20-30 years by providing funding support for infra to needy nations leading them into debt traps. Their military moves are also very strategic… whether it is Doklam or the South China Sea… always willing to wait to exploit weaknesses.

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.
      None of the facts have been twisted, facts are facts, they have already occurred. You can always challenge future projections but not facts. China may not be working the way Nazis used to work, but the end result are similar in most of the cases.
      The conditions and requirements are different for both the regime, but evil is evil, this era or that era.
      In anyways most of my articles are based on concepts and futuristic projections, so end result can differ, since no one can predict future, not even Xi.

  12. well, I can understand that you might have made so much efforts and research in putting all this. But that’s too much drawing of analogies and forecastings. Lets hope and pray that peace prevails in our world and not wars and destruction. 2 world wars were enough, we cannot afford another.
    It’s unfortunate that so many of our soldiers and theirs died in fistfights. Both sides must show some maturity and work together for achieving common goods and developments and not worthless jingoism.
    Best wishes and regards, sir!
    I hope you are safe and doing well.

    1. Thank you so much, Atul, for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.
      The problem with most of the world is that we see China through our own prism which gives incorrect picture. India continues to live in Prithviraj Chauhan’s dilemma. This desire to be great and righteous spell doom over subcontinent. Today again we stand at same tri-junction. China is an evil entity, deserving no mercy. Loss of our brave soldiers has shaken this nation. I don’t care if 43 or 43000 PLA mercenaries get killed.
      I am not for war, but cowardice is not in our DNA either. If you are thinking there would be no war, then wait and watch, world is heading for a major war in next 2-3 years time.
      Warm regards and all the best.

    1. Yes, Anna, it is. We are living next to an evil regime which has ready destabilized the world with the pandemic. Now it is spreading it nefarious designs militarily. We are indeed heading for very difficult times. A smaller and weaker China is in this world’s favor.

  13. Thank you, Sandomina, as ever, for helping us cut to the chase – and ignore the noise that seeks to distract our attention. History certainly does rhyme, doesn’t it? Your efforts are much-appreciated. What do you see as a way forward here; a way to be proactive? Or are we already too late? Thanks, again!

    1. Thank you so much, D’Nanda, for stopping by and raising some very pertinent questions.
      History does teach us a lot, but at the same time we should swiftly and recognize newer challenges rather than getting stuck in the same era. While dealing with China, most of the nations worth mentioning, are dealing with same old predictable mentality. PM Modi and President Trump’s actions are unpredictable, which gives jitters to China. A psycho thrives on fear and predictability. Once, one goes beyond that threshold, then it destabilizes psycho’s plans. So answer to your question is yes and no. Yes, the European nations are oblivious of the threat China poses to them, but India and the United States have woken in the nick of time. Next 2-5 years, the world is going to see major upheaval and China world be at the center of it.

  14. Hair-raising comparisons and revelations. We are losing trained soldiers and territory to a rabid distraction ‘game’ by a now unambiguously proven to be rogue state. We are practically lying in wait for an imminent war to unleash its full extent.
    This will not only affect India and neighbouring states, it will have catastrophic global ramifications. And in all of this we simply have to accept that there will be no Godfathers. We are gonna have to be utterly and truly Atmanirbhar. This is no smart rabble rousing talk now. Not anymore.

    1. Thank you so much for stopping.
      China understands many realities better than most other countries. They have cozied up with Russia, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and the latest is Bangladesh. The whole design is indicative of one and only one thing, that they are readying up to contain India at any cost. Modern wars would not be fought on a manpower basis. It would be a technological war. The country in possession of superior technology would not send across a single soldier and win the war.
      Our concepts and ideas are about a decade old and outdated. By the time the present ideas are implemented, they would be ancient. We need technocrats and leaders with a futuristic vision if we want to win any future wars.
      The road ahead is tough and treacherous for India. India’s resolve would be tested many times in the next two years.

  15. A very studied comparison of events. In depth analysis and crystal clear concluding remarks. Wake up call for rest of the world.

  16. A diligent comparison of the events to the run up of the WWII and the impending WWIII. The Chinese threat looms large as they forcibly push the boundaries to expand their influence and acceptance. Historically, the transfer of power has been violent. India has to find its own path in the great struggle between the USA and China. As the stakes are very high for the key players, both will demand clear allegiance from the minnows with a clear message ‘either you are with us or against us’ resulting in emergence of two power blocks. India, Russia, EU are the likes who are pushing multi-polarity, a very idealistic view much against the US’s Uni-polar and China’s Bi-polar view. Uncertainty looms large as COVID-19 was the most unexpected event that the world was unprepared for. Before the world situation settles there will be attempts to restructure the world using ‘threat and concession’ strategy by China. India is a stable power and any war with her will have a nuclear hang-over. Nuclear deterrence will determine the scope of a full fledged war between India and China. To have a totally one-sided end state is farfetched prognosis for China. Sooner than later China’s bluff will be called off. No harm in being prepared for the worst and hoping for the best………..

    1. Thank you so much, Atul, for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. The problem with most of the world is that we see China through our own prism which gives incorrect picture. India continues to live in Prithviraj Chauhan’s dilemma. His desire to be great and righteous spelled doom over the subcontinent. Today again we stand at same tri-junction. China is an evil entity, deserving no mercy. Loss of our brave soldiers has shaken this nation. History does teach us a lot, but at the same time we should swiftly and recognize newer challenges rather than getting stuck in the same era. While dealing with China, most of the nations worth mentioning, are dealing with same old predictable mentality. PM Modi and President Trump’s actions are unpredictable, which gives jitters to China. A psycho thrives on fear and predictability. Once, one goes beyond that threshold, then it destabilizes psycho’s plans.

  17. Fascinating correlation of events. One of the researchers I know has given us reports apropos of US-China relations in the tech sphere. In light of this overview, I’m recognizing some connections. Thank you Sandomina for this presentation

  18. There are many parallels and there’s no doubt China is on a course the rest of the world has found suspect, but she has made herself invaluable to the world.

    Right now the US has been distracted by it’s racial contention, and those of us here are waiting to see what will happen. Some are halfway expecting the possibility of another civil war.

    While the world looks on to see what we’ll do next and wondering what will take place here, the sleeping giant is doing anything but sleeping. For that reason, the rest of the world needs to take note and not become complacent. There have been many who acknowledged the value of the information you share in your post indicates, the world is aware. That, however, does not necessarily mean they are able to or willing to take it seriously or do anything about it. I know that any action will have to be calculated well.

    1. Thank you so much, Jolie, for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.
      My assessment is that China is pumping in a lot of money in the US riots. That keeps the US and the rest of the world off-balance.
      You said right, China is on a collision course with anybody and everybody. It is not going to back off. The war is inevitable, the only question is when. My assessment is that it would be within the next two years.

      1. I absolutely agree. The same thing happened here with the so called “dreamers”. They were driving people to ram our borders to cause chaos. So when that petered out, we have this now.

  19. The truth is that Hitler and the National Socialists saved Germany from the Communists. If you study the true history further, you find that war was forced on to Germany.

    Beware these parallels between National Socialist Germany and Xi’s China. The Chinese do seem to seek world hegemony in the long term, or at the least, domination in Asia.

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your informed views. Indeed in Germany’s case, world leaders made many mistakes. Maybe they are keeping those mistakes in mind, and continue to give leeway to China. However, this is a costly mistake, that they would regret later.

  20. I’m Speechless and scared. Territorial expansion, economic and political domination… all in order. They are not even subtle about it. Resist and retaliation will follow. I’ve been ranting about this for years ( since their territorial encroachment on the South China Sea or we now call West Philippine Sea. ) Thank you for sharing this.

    1. Thank you so much, Ren, for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. It is indeed scary. I just wonder what is the limit of the greed of the Western powers that are not ready to disengage from an evil regime called China.
      Surely it is the West Philippines Sea. Henceforth, I shall address it that way in all my articles.

      1. Thank you ! I think it’s not the greed of the “country ” per se, but the greed of the leaders CURRENTLY in power ,and their minions. ” Currently ” is the operative word.

      2. Indeed when I say countries, obviously it is their leaders and powerful people who are gaining from the deals. Poor citizens have no say in these matters, until unless it becomes a mass moment like in India.

      3. Indeed… though some ountries have become traditionally pro- ” whose name I cannot utter ” for decades no matter who leads. It is perplexing in the Philippines, the most pro-America country in the world. Unfortunately, the one who currently leads is super pro-” whose name I can’t utter”, and it’s incomprehensible why he is…. I’m sure millions and millions of money are involved. Unfortunately for him, Filipinos are now fully comprehending what’s happening and are now starting to speak up , en masse.

      4. I can understand what you are saying. China is completely shameless when it comes to buying leaders, media houses, journalists, and all who matter. They say, ’every man is a whore, one should be ready to pay the right price’. Now, if a country acts in that fashion, who can stop them.

    1. Thank you so much, Craig, for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.
      I am surprised because almost every 2-3 days, people share my articles. I wonder how they do it.

  21. Lot of insights. China is not going to give up at all. When they get pushed to the corner by the world , it will unleash its Bio-weapon. In my opinion the current Covid-19 is some sort of trial / experiment to see the impact / reaction. I am sure China has more deadly ones without any cure/antidote in sight. PLA and CCP would have taken full protection before it unleashes its Bio-weapon. This will be World War III . XI does not care safety of his own people. In the Bio-warfare , China would loose lot of its own people.
    One thing is for sure, it didn’t expect India to stand strong against them. Now it will test India to its limits. As you have rightly said, it will instigate Pakistan for for terror activities, instigate Nepal and Bangladesh to go against India (and they will not understand the trap into which they are falling).Eventually take over Nepal and Bangladesh like they have done with Tibet. Same with Taiwan.
    Let us wait and watch the game how it proceeds. But scary.

    1. As far it goes, Taiwan shall never give in to China, for historically Taipeh is the opposite pole of Beijing. However, if it ever happens, then … what happens when poles merge ? … a temporary transient still before the magnetic polarity reverses !

  22. “India has to overcome past mistakes of:”

    These past mistakes are snowballing. How does India stop making mistakes in the present?

    1. You are right ST.
      The biggest problem is that people do not want to listen to problems. They want to brush everything under the carpet as if there are no issues.

      1. So true. That also makes it 100x harder for the guys in the trenches to fix the problem. If they can still fix it.

        See: 1938 “Peace in our time” Neville Chamberlain.

      2. There are thousands of people who can give ideas, but there are very few who can implement those ideas.

      3. Amen. One of my Gunnery Sergeants, after we had just received another impossible mission would often say to me, “Sir, nothing is impossible for the guy who ain’t got to do it.”

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