US think tank outlines master plan for war with China
26 January 2016
A new Center for International and Strategic Studies (CSIS) report released last week is a chilling warning of the accelerating preparations of the United States for war with China—a conflict that would likely plunge the world into a nuclear catastrophe.
The report, which was commissioned by the US Defence Department, represents above all the voice of the vast American military establishment, which regards China as the chief threat to untrammelled US strategic dominance in Asia. The document calls for a huge military expansion in the Asia Pacific not only by the United States, but also by all of its allies and strategic partners in the region. The report makes clear that every country in the region, large and small, is to be drawn into the maelstrom.”
Triton Island (Chinese: ; pinyin:; Vietnamese: ) is one of the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea. It is 1.2 km2 (0.46 sq mi) in size. It is also historically known as Bànlù Zhì (Chinese: ; literally: “halfway tower”) or Luó Dǎo(Chinese: ; literally: “trochus niloticus island”) to Chinese fishermen. The current Chinese name of the island is named after theRepublic of China Navy warship ROCS Chung-chien (中建號) sent in 1946 to claim the Paracel Islands.1
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“US navy carries out provocative operation in South China Sea
By Peter Symonds
1 February 2016
Harris again lashed out at Chinese land reclamation, claiming: “They [China] will control the South China Sea against all the militaries out there with the exception of the US military in all scenarios short of war.” He suggested Chinese-administered islets were now “capable of supporting significant military forces” which could threaten shipping lanes.
China, however, would be one of the worst affected countries if shipping were disrupted, given its heavy reliance on imports from Africa and the Middle East via South East Asia.”
There are Geo-Political Maniacs in every country
Kissinger Or Brzinsky said: the US strategy is to not let any country become strong enough to challenge USA.
They want to stay the police of the world – but that police is governed by money (so is Germany/Europe and Bolivia/Southamerica as well btw)
The second world war (following the 1929 finance crash) was the Best state-paid economic program – reducing unemployment in US and elsewhere to 0%.
Wars do not need to be won.
They are always won by the weapons industry and their share-holders.
War is also used as diversion from mounting tensions inside a country – “when you know who is the enemy – your day has structure” (German Kabarettist).
Hong Kong Chinese do not want to give up their rights… US / EU have internal problems too… Especially with the bankers that want to stay stupid, greedy and ignorant forever and refuse change.
Kennedy: “an error only becomes a mistake – if you refuse to correct it”.
Ah yeah i know you US-hardliners hate this guy.
War is basically self-destruction.
If mankind is not more clever Than that – we won’t last longer Than the dinosaurs.
Invest into stopping/slowing climate change! Not into weapons!
Ocean Acidity +26% since industrial revolution. (CO2 in water is “sparkling” but also acidic water)
Arctic ice free until 2050.
Permafrost holds loads of methane – that is released (+40% more methane in the atmosphere) when warming up and is a way stronger greenhouse has than CO2.
Thats exactly the time this planet will explode. Mass drought – mass migration – massively stupid.
Mankind is like a little child – it is not enough to say “this oven is hot” – mankind has to burn its fingers to realise – its true.
This info comes directly from here: http://csis.org/publication/asia-pacific-rebalance-2025
Capabilities, Presence, and Partnerships
By Michael J. Green, Kathleen H. Hicks, Mark F. Cancian, John Schaus, Zack Cooper
Contributor: Ernest Bower, Victor Cha, Heather Conley, Ryan Crotty, Melissa Dalton, Bonnie Glaser, Rebecca Hersman, Murray Hiebert, Christopher Johnson, Thomas Karako, Stephanie Sanok Kostro, Gregory Poling, Richard Rossow, Sharon Squassoni, Nicholas Szechenyi, Denise Zheng
JAN 19, 2016
In 2015, Congress tasked the Department of Defense to commission an independent assessment of U.S. military strategy and force posture in the Asia-Pacific, as well as that of U.S. allies and partners, over the next decade. This CSIS study fulfills that congressional requirement. The authors assess U.S. progress to date and recommend initiatives necessary to protect U.S. interests in the Pacific Command area of responsibility through 2025. Four lines of effort are highlighted: (1) Washington needs to continue aligning Asia strategy within the U.S. government and with allies and partners; (2) U.S. leaders should accelerate efforts to strengthen ally and partner capability, capacity, resilience, and interoperability; (3) the United States should sustain and expand U.S. military presence in the Asia-Pacific region; and (4) the United States should accelerate development of innovative capabilities and concepts for U.S. forces.
Publisher CSIS/Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN 978-1-4422-5916-4 (pb); 978-1-4422-5917-1 (eBook)