THE EVIL RED EMPIRE – RED CHINA VS TIBET :
Red China has claimed that it is expanding its defense spending to increase its global military reach to defend its economic interests and territorial rights which includes Red China’s claim for territorial rights in Occupied Tibet. People’s Liberation Army maintains an impressive military force in Tibet with which it brutalized and represses people who offer Resistance to Red China’s occupation. Red China rules over Tibet with its Iron Fist.
Special Frontier Force thinks that it is possible to break the knuckles of the military grip over Tibet. Who decides the results of a battle??? The outcome of the fight is not always controlled by the relative military strengths of the opposing parties.
RED CHINA VS TIBET – THE FIGHT BETWEEN DAVID AND GOLIATH :
Wars in ancient times were sometimes decided by “representative combat”; Champions from each side would fight, and the results of their combat would determine the battle’s result. People believed the outcome of the fight was controlled by the warriors’ gods more than by the two sides’ military strength.The Old Testament Book of 1 SAMUEL, Chapter 17 described an interesting fight between David, a young Israeli shepherd and Goliath, a gigantic warrior of the Philistine army. David had no prior experience of warfare but was confident in his God. Whereas Goliath was an experienced soldier and was especially scornful of Israelites who openly proclaimed that they are God’s chosen people.
The Philistines had ventured into Israel’s territory and had taken a firm position on the slope of a hill, with Israel camped on the opposite hill. From the Philistine camp Goliath made daily challenges to personal combat, but after forty days no one accepted his challenge as Israelites were simply terrified and dismayed by the Philistine. Goliath’s size was extraordinary. He was over nine feet ( or even over eleven feet) in height. Goliath had a bronze helmet on his head and wore a coat of scale armor of bronze, on his legs he wore bronze greaves, and a bronze javelin was slung on his back. He also held a sword and a spear. For forty days, Goliath came forward every morning and evening and took his stand demanding Israelites to send a soldier to fight him. David had been sent to Israeli camp to deliver some provisions to his three brothers who served as soldiers in Israeli army. When David heard Goliath’s challenge, he made repeated inquires about its meaning. After being told, David agreed to respond to Goliath’s challenge and demand for personal combat without any concern for his lack of war experience.
David took his staff in his hand, chose five smooth stones from the stream, put them in the pouch of his shepherd’s bag and with his sling in hand ,went to face Goliath. He approached him and said to Goliath, “You come against me with sword and spear and javelin, but I come against you in the name of the LORD Almighty, the God of the armies of Israel, whom you have defied…… All those gathered here will know that it is not b sword or spear that the LORD saves; for the battle is LORD’s, and He will give all of you into our hands.”( 1 SAMUEL 17: 45-47)
As Goliath moved closer to attack David, he ran quickly toward the battle line to meet Goliath. David reached into his bag and took out a stone, slung it striking Goliath on his forehead. The stone found its mark, sank into Goliath’s forehead, and Goliath fell facedown on the ground.
So David triumphed over Goliath with a sling and stone without a sword in his hand; he struck down Goliath and killed him.
David took hold of Goliath’s sword and drew it from the scabbard and he cut off his head with the sword.
In my analysis, David overwhelmed Goliath, taking full advantage of a small portion of Goliath’s huge body to strike it at a most vulnerable spot in a very precisely executed attack.
I am not concerned about the religious beliefs of people who fight on behalf of Tibet or those of Red China. I visualize this as a ‘Battle of Right Against Might’. Military occupation of Tibet is illegal, unjust, and it reveals the evil intent of Red China. For Red China’s actions are evil, Red China has no choice other than that of experiencing the fruits of their own actions. For that reason, I predict that Beijing Is Doomed. Red China will come down, its downfall will be sudden and very quick as mentioned in The New Testament Book “REVELATION” Chapter 18, Verse # 21.
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CHINESE MILITARY SETS COURSE TO EXPAND GLOBAL REACH AS ‘NATIONAL INTERESTS’ GROW
The Washington Post
© Bao Xuelin/Xinua via AP In this photo released Sunday
by China’s Xinhua News Agency, an anti-surface gunnery is fired from China’s Navy missile frigate Yulin during the “Exercise Maritime Cooperation 2015” by Singapore and Chinese navies in the South China Sea.
BEIJING — China said Tuesday that it plans to extend its global military reach to safeguard its economic interests, while defending its territorial claims at sea against “provocative actions” by neighbors and “meddling” by the United States.
A policy document setting out China’s military strategy, issued by the State Council, or cabinet, underlined the dramatic growth of the country’s defense ambitions — especially its naval ambitions — in tandem with its rapid economic rise.
Beijing insisted in the document that its military is dedicated to
“international security cooperation” and peaceful development. But it also said the navy will expand its focus from “offshore waters defense” to a greater emphasis on “open seas protection” as China aims to establish itself as a maritime power. The air force, meanwhile, will shift its focus from “territorial
air defense to both defense and offense.”
Patrick Cronin, director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security, called the white paper “a blueprint for achieving slow-motion regional hegemony.”
“It asserts a confidence backed by growing capability on land and
increasingly at sea,” he said. “While it calls for balancing China’s territorial ‘rights’ with ‘stability,’ there should be little doubt on the part of its neighbors that China is building a maritime force to assert the former.”
China’s officially disclosed defense budget was expanded by just over 10 percent this year, to $141 billion, marking two decades of nearly unbroken double-digit growth. The navy is reportedly
building a second aircraft carrier and has invested heavily in submarines and warships.
“China has made it a strategic goal to become a maritime power,” Senior Col. Wang Jin said at a news conference Tuesday. “Therefore, we need to build a strong navy.”
He added that the development of long-range precision weapons means that the battlefield at sea is widening. “Offshore-waters defense alone can no longer provide effective defense of the country’s maritime interests,” he said.
In Washington, State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said the administration was aware of the paper and continued to monitor China’s military developments carefully. “We also continue to urge China to exhibit greater transparency with respect to its capabilities and to its intentions,” he said.
According to a Pentagon report released this month, China is developing missiles designed to “push adversary forces — including the United States — farther from potential regional
The Chinese military is mainly focused on readying for possible conflict in the Taiwan Strait but also is investing to prepare for “contingencies” in the East China Sea and the South China Sea, where it is engaged in several territorial disputes, the Pentagon report said.
Chinese officials say that the country’s declared annual defense spending is significantly below the global average when compared with the size of its economy. Its actual defense spending is almost certainly higher than the declared number but is still far lower than the Pentagon’s fiscal 2015 budget of $560
billion, experts say.
In a move welcomed by other nations, China sent a 700-strong peacekeeping force in December to South Sudan, where it has extensive oil interests, marking the first time it has sent an infantry battalion on a U.N. mission.
Beijing also is negotiating with the strategic port nation of Djibouti to open a military base there to support anti-piracy naval escort missions in the Gulf of Aden and off the coast of Somalia, the Agence France-Presse news agency reported this month. The United States and France already have a military presence in the tiny Horn of Africa country.
Mapping Asia’s Chinese fears
“With the growth of China’s national interests, the security of our overseas energy and resources, strategic sea lines of communication and the safety of our overseas institutions, personnel and assets have become prominent issues,”
Senior Col. Zhang Yuguo said at Tuesday’s news conference.
Zhang added, however, a note of outreach apparently aimed at the United States and other countries watching China’s military growth. “China will never seek hegemony or divide up spheres of power, nor will it engage in military alliances or expansion,” he said.
In addition to rattling its neighbors, China’s military growth has set the nation on a possible collision course with the United States.
This year in particular, the Obama administration has repeatedly condemned a program of rapid land reclamation and construction on disputed islands and reefs in the South China Sea.
A U.S. surveillance plane was warned to leave the area by the Chinese navy last week, while Beijing lodged a formal diplomatic complaint.
Senior Col. Yang Yujun, a Defense Ministry spokesman, on Tuesday likened China’s construction activities on the islands to “everyday actions” such as the building of houses, roads and bridges. But he acknowledged that the facilities being constructed, including an airstrip and radar stations, will have both military and civilian uses.
warships could one day outnumber U.S. fleet]
Rathke, the State Department spokesman, said the United States took a different view, saying that China’s land reclamation efforts in the South China Sea have “contributed . . . to rising tensions” and suggesting that other countries in the region share that view.
Yang said that the Chinese military was responding to increasingly frequent surveillance flights in a “legal and professional manner” but that the issue was being hyped up to “throw mud” at China.
“There’s no ruling out the possibility that some country is seeking an excuse for its potential action in the future,” he said. “I don’t think this is a new trick. It’s an old trick.”
On Monday, the state-owned tabloid the Global Times warned that battle is “inevitable” if the United States tries to prevent China from finishing its reclamation and construction work. It said the risks would be “still under control” if Washington accepts China’s peaceful rise.
Although not necessarily fully reflecting official thinking, the editorial shows China’s determination to continue its projects in the South China Sea.
Yang said Sino-U.S. relations are generally good and noted that both
militaries have signed agreements to govern air and maritime encounters and prevent crises.
But the policy paper expressed concern about the United States’
“ ‘rebalancing’ strategy,” which has led China to enhance its military presence and strengthen military alliances in the Asia-Pacific region and worry about more assertive military and security policies in Japan. It accused China’s neighbors of provocative actions by reinforcing their military presence on “China’s reefs and islands that they have illegally occupied.”
“Some external countries are also busy meddling in South China Sea affairs,” it said, adding in a clear reference to the United States: “A tiny few maintain constant close-in air and sea surveillance and reconnaissance against China.”
Philippines President Benigno Aquino III was quoted as saying Monday that his nation will continue flying over disputed islands
in the South China Sea, while Defense Minister Voltaire Gazmin said he was seeking a “stronger
commitment” from the United States to help its ally, according to news agency reports.
China responded angrily.
“I would like to remind the Philippines that China will not bully small
countries, but small countries must not ceaselessly and willfully make trouble,”
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a news conference. “We hope the Philippines can cease its instigation and provocation and return to the correct path of resolving the problem through negotiation and consultation.”
On Tuesday, state media reported that China had held a groundbreaking ceremony for the building of two lighthouses on the disputed Spratly Islands, a move that Hua said was meant to fulfill the nation’s international obligations but that is unlikely to ease concerns about Beijing’s expanding influence.
The military strategy paper also outlined threats emanating from instability on the Korean Peninsula, from separatist forces in its western regions of Tibet and Xinjiang and from forces attempting to instigate a “color revolution” to overthrow the Communist Party.
It also noted growing threats in outer space and cyberspace.
Xu Yangjingjing in Beijing and Dan Lamothe in Washington contributed to this report.