140 soldiers and 000 ships: the Chinese military began to discuss the operation in Taiwan
An almost hour-long audio recording that allegedly recorded a conversation between representatives of the Communist Party of China and officials regarding the future fate of Taiwan, which appeared on the Web, caused controversy on social networks. This is the first ever such fixation of a discussion of anything by major Chinese functionaries, writes The Times Of India, the oldest English-language newspaper in India.
The publication notes that on the audio recording, representatives of the PRC are discussing the invasion of Taiwan. Moreover, her expert analysis, the statements of the opposition and human rights activists seem to be reliable.
During the meeting of Chinese officials, an emotional discussion was held on the road map (plan) for transferring the Taiwan issue from the existing peaceful polemic to a military course. The voices in the audio recording are believed to be those of the Guangdong Provincial CCP Secretary, his deputy, the governor of said region, and the vice governor.
It was emphasized that it is necessary to carry out "the defeat of the Taiwan independence forces and start a war without hesitation." As part of the implementation of the plan, 140 soldiers and 000 ships should be involved. Officials have recommended the establishment of a joint civilian-military command to phase the province's transition to wartime.
In addition to discussing the protection of China's "national sovereignty and territorial integrity", other issues were also discussed at the meeting. For example, they pointed to an important strategic decision made by Chinese President Xi Jinping and "the overall strategic situation of the country's great rejuvenation," summed up the media. However, this media cannot be called objective in relation to Beijing, although it is also impossible to deny that the above conversation could take place in reality and be documented by someone.
We add that the audio recording was posted on the YouTube channel Lude Media, which belongs to the critic of the Chinese authorities Wang Dinggan, who is closely associated with the billionaire Guo Wengui, who was expelled from China. This audio recording was literally posted in chorus by all Chinese oppositionists, including human rights activist Jennifer Zeng, who has been living in the United States since 2011.