Strike China and Save the World: Part 1 – The Timing

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Employing force to contain aggression is a well-known strategy. The timely dominance of an aggressor can save a nation from a very painful future. India has seen this first hand in the last 1000 years or so. In the recent past too, with the collapse of the Soviet Union, people thought that the concept of war had lost its relevance. However, this fallacy has been failing human beings time and again. The end of World War I & II also gave similar hopes. This notion stems from the fact that the human being is a peaceful creature. However, this fact may not stand the test of time when it comes to communism. The very existence of communism is based on violence. And before we forget, let me remind you, China is a communist country.

Here I present to you my latest series of articles on the topic of how to deal with China & Xi Jinping, exploit their vulnerabilities, burst the myth of their strengths, be proactive, and take the war to their step.

Continue reading the full analysis on India’s leading think-tank organization ‘Chanakya Forum’:

24 thoughts

      1. Bold steps early are always less costly than waiting until the enemy is prepared to go “all in.” Taking bold steps early requires extraordinary leadership.

  1. I hesitate to call human beings “peaceful creatures.” Since Adam and Eve decided to eat from the ONLY tree to which they were forbidden, Cain has been killing his brother. And it will not stop until the Prince of Peace rules the nations with a rod of iron (Revelation 19:11-16)

  2. Thanks for sharing the update on how to launch an offensive on China before its too late!The world must realize & act decisively to save the world!Pray to the Almighty to bless everyone with a thoughtful brain!Need of the hour💕

  3. Typhoons hit China every year but when was the last time they were hit by a tsunami?

    I think a catastrophic series of typhoons might be the best trigger for a free world assault on the ChiComs.

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