China Increases Military Activity, Preparing for War as Result of US-Taiwan ‘Collusion’

Chinese President Xi Jinping stands by national flags at the Schloss Bellevue presidential residency in Berlin on March 28, 2014. Chinese President Xi Jinping begins a landmark visit to fellow export powerhouse Germany Friday, the third leg of his European tour, expected to cement flourishing trade ties and focus on the Crimea crisis. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE (Photo credit should read JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images)

The nation of China is increasing their military activity as U.S. officials signify that they are ready to help Taiwan repel Chinese aggression, which may risk another endless war.

Ma Xiaoguang, a spokesman for China’s Taiwan Affairs Office, noted that the Chinese army’s recent drills had been conducted as a “solemn warning against Taipei’s increased provocation, which damaged peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait” in response to Taiwan’s “recently intensified military collusion with the US.”

President Joe Biden signed the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to give $2 billion in loans for Taiwan that would, of course, be funneled to U.S. defense contractors. This is an unprecedented level of military aid for the small country and a sign that the war drums are beating with China.

Big League Politics has reported on China’s growing rage with the U.S. providing Taiwan with arms:

On December 30, 2022, the authorities in China have demanded that the United States stop holding discussions with Taiwanese military officials  and halt arm sales to the island nation. 

“China will act firmly to defend its own sovereignty and security interests,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said during a press briefing on December 30, when asked about the US State Department’s recent move to approve arms sales to Taiwan.

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