Foreign Affairs: Xi Jinping is preparing China for a big war

Xi Jinping is preparing China for war! This conclusion was made by the American edition of Foreign Affairs based on the public statements of the President of China.

At the annual meeting of the Chinese Parliament and its highest political advisory body in March, Xi Jinping addressed the topic of readiness for war in four separate speeches.

emphasizes Foreign Affairs.

The publication notes several more reasons that make us think that the Celestial Empire is seriously preparing for a military conflict.

The first reason is the growth of the PRC defense budget. The Chinese government has previously stated that it increased it immediately by 7,2%. And in recent months, Beijing has unveiled new military readiness laws.

New bomb shelters have appeared in Chinese cities. This is the second reason to think that the country is preparing for war. And when you consider that new National Defense Mobilization offices have begun to appear all over China, you can’t think otherwise.

It is too early to say for sure what these events mean. Conflict is not certain or imminent. But something has changed in Beijing policy and business leaders around the world cannot afford to be ignored. If Xi Jinping says he is preparing for war, it would be foolish not to take his word for it

– summarizes the publication.

At the same time, it is not specified what kind of conflict the Celestial Empire is preparing for. Whether it will be an operation to seize Taiwan or an exclusively defensive war is known only to Foreign Affairs journalists.
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  1. Jacques sekavar Offline Jacques sekavar
    Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 30 March 2023 18: 10
    Xi Jinping is already many years old, and with his re-election for a third term, the era of his leadership will end, and the fat point of his rule will be the unification of China.
    The PRC is striving for peaceful unification, but if the United States leaves no choice, the PRC will resolve the issue in a different way and will definitely decide before the end of Xi Jiping's powers.
    The first economy of the world must also have the appropriate armed forces to support its political and economic interests throughout the world by force.
  2. viktor goblin Offline viktor goblin
    viktor goblin (viktor goblin) 30 March 2023 21: 40
    Everything is correct! It is necessary to beat first - until the enemy has gathered.
  3. vlad127490 Offline vlad127490
    vlad127490 (Vlad Gor) 30 March 2023 21: 53
    Unlike Russia, China has laws.
    In 2005, China passed the Anti-Secession Law. According to the document, in the event of a threat to the peaceful reunification of the mainland and Taiwan, the PRC government is obliged to resort to force and other necessary methods to preserve its territorial integrity.
    On June 15, 2022, China adopted the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) legal framework for non-military military activities. That will allow the PRC army to participate in operations not related to the war.
    On October 22, 2022, the delegates of the XNUMXth Congress of the Communist Party of China approved the introduction of a provision on counteracting Taiwan independence to the Charter of the political force.
    All actions of the Chinese leadership comply with the laws of the PRC.