China uses Simulation Video Attack to wade off American Interference in Taiwan
In a shocking video that was released by Chinese authorities recently, it seems the Chinese military are using it as a bullying tactic to get back the US. The video shows a simulated attack on the US Anderson Air Base in Guam and was released by the People’s Liberation Army Air Force from their Weibo account. This marked the second day of drills near Taiwan, Chinese claimed territory.
This action is being seen as Beijing’s anger against the US decision to send the undersecretary of state for economic growth, energy and the environment Keith Krach to show American solidarity towards Taiwan. China has been systematically moving into territories around South China Sea, claiming its control over them. Most of these territories are claimed but unoccupied.
The video was titled ‘God of War H-6K goes on the attack!’ makes use of some dramatic music to show a 2 minute simulation. China has been sending war planes into Taiwanese airspace since last week. In response, Taiwan has also deployed an air defense missile system to monitor China’s activities.
According to political analysts, China is sending off a message to the US to back off and not interfere in the power game that Beijing is playing. It means to tell the Americans that “any kind of conflict over regional flashpoints can lead to unpleasantness, bring into focus safe rearward positions like Guam.”
Using the US visit as an excuse, China’s defence ministry spokesman Ren Guoqiang has already accused the US and Taiwan of ‘stepping up collusion, frequently causing disturbances,’ although he did not make any reference to the visit.
Guoqiang, last week, has ‘literally’ mocked the American attempt to be using smaller nations to romp up its fight against China. The minister has called the military exercise as ‘legitimate and necessary to protect its sovereignty’ but has not divulged the details of the military exercise. The US has been ramping up its naval fleet in order to respond back to the Chinese interest in doing the same. Two rigorous days of large scale Chinese drill was reported off Taiwan’s Southwest coast. China is known to using ‘bullying’ and needling tactics to get the other party to make a move in irritation. In the past, it is known to have derogatory statements over LAC in India, testing the patience of army personnel.
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