BREAKING WORLD WAR III NEWS: FORMER DIPLOMAT WARNS PRESIDENT XI JINPING WILL BE OUSTED IN COUP AS HE FACES CORONAVIRUS PLAGUE REVOLUTION BIGGER THAN TIANANMEN SQUARE UPRISING. Daniel Whyte III, president of Gospel Light Society International, told President Xi Jinping about three weeks ago in writing in the full article below “if he wants to gain favor with God almighty, he needs to “LET GOD’S PEOPLE GO”; that is, let the Christians and the Jews worship freely as they please in China and in Taiwan” for what he is facing now is the hand of God punishing him and his government through this strange, constant increase of the coronavirus plague and through the rebellion of his people to his policies. This punishment is not necessarily for trying to protect his people with his zero-COVID policy, which by the way, some people in America believe should be adopted, but the punishment is for persecuting and locking down God’s people — Christians — for years and preventing them from worshiping the Lord with liberty and as they see fit.

Protesters and cops have clashed during widespread unrest across China / Credit: AFP

BREAKING WORLD WAR III NEWS: FORMER DIPLOMAT WARNS PRESIDENT XI JINPING WILL BE OUSTED IN COUP AS HE FACES CORONAVIRUS PLAGUE REVOLUTION BIGGER THAN TIANANMEN SQUARE UPRISING. Daniel Whyte III, president of Gospel Light Society International, told President Xi Jinping about three weeks ago in writing in the full article below “if he wants to gain favor with God almighty, he needs to “LET GOD’S PEOPLE GO”; that is, let the Christians and the Jews worship freely as they please in China and in Taiwan” for what he is facing now is the hand of God punishing him and his government through this strange, constant increase of the coronavirus plague and through the rebellion of his people to his policies. This punishment is not necessarily for trying to protect his people with his zero-COVID policy, which by the way, some people in America believe should be adopted, but the punishment is for persecuting and locking down God’s people — Christians — for years and preventing them from worshiping the Lord with liberty and as they see fit.

Everyone must understand because God is God, He has proven down through the centuries that He has a unique ability to punish one for the evil one has done, and one’s enemies for the evil one’s enemies have done WITH THE SAME PLAGUE. For example: God is punishing the churches and the governments of America and the West with the coronavirus plague and other plagues such as monkey-pox for promoting, endorsing, and sanctioning the abomination and sin of homosexuality and homosexual marriage, while at the same time punishing the leaders of China with the same coronavirus plague and the revolution because of the coronavirus plague. God is not on anybody’s side who is doing evil, and He will punish everybody for doing evil. God is no respector of persons, and God said, “Vengeance is mine, I will repay.”

Again, Whyte calls upon Xi Jinping to “LET GOD’S PEOPLE GO” so that they can worship God almighty and Jesus Christ His Son, who rules over all the nations of the world, and whether Xi Jinping likes it or not, even China and him. So, Xi Jinping, do not be proud like Pharoah, humble yourself, apologize for persecuting God’s people, believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, for Jesus Christ said to you and to the entire world the most important words ever said in the history of the world: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.(「 神 愛 世 人 , 甚 至 將 他 的 獨 生 子 賜 給 他 們 , 叫 一 切 信 他 的 , 不 至 滅 亡 , 反 得 永 生 。) Give your heart and life to Jesus Christ today by believing in Him, and change your ways. For some reason, Mr. Xi Jinping, we believe you can do this with God’s help.

BREAKING WORLD WAR III NEWSUKRAINE’S HOPE COULD BE TAIWAN’S HORROR. Daniel Whyte III, president of G.L.S. International says, President Tsai ten-Wen of Taiwan should be doing back-channel talks with China and President Xi and not with America and President Biden to avoid a horrific war that could wipe out everybody on the island nation. Daniel Whyte III also tells President Xi of China, if he wants to gain favor with God almighty, he needs to “let God’s people go”; that is, let the Christians and the Jews worship freely as they please in China and in Taiwan.

Russia’s poor performance in Ukraine has bolstered the hopes of those who seek to deter Chinese aggression against Taiwan, but there is reason to expect that Taiwan would be more difficult to defend than Ukraine. Defenders of territorial sovereignty and a peaceful world order may be cheered by Ukraine’s success, but there is danger that success could decrease the urgency of efforts to strengthen Taiwan. China is investing in its military and will seek to learn from the problems Russia has had in Ukraine. Will the United States and other supporters of Taiwan do the same?

This isn’t to say that China would have it easy if it chooses to intervene in Taiwan. Amphibious invasions are notoriously complex and difficult, and the People’s Liberation Army hasn’t engaged in a large-scale operation recently. Prominent defense figures have called for the U.S. military to take significant steps to bolster its, Taiwan’s, and other allies’ capabilities to counter Chinese aggression, and the Biden administration has made progress in building capabilities that would help deny Chinese military war aims.

The current conflict in Ukraine offers a wide range of lessons. Some relate to strategy, some relate to the use of information, some relate to logistics, and some relate to the tactical fight. Not all of these lessons will help to prepare for Chinese aggression in Taiwan. Taiwan’s defense problems differ greatly from Ukraine’s, stemming from the fact that Taiwan is a small island country that does not share borders with U.S. allies. It would be a mistake to underestimate the difficulty of defending Taiwan.

The United States can go beyond its current course to better prepare to defend Taiwan. The National Security Strategy and the National Defense Strategy both highlight the need to compete with China, but the Department of Defense needs to adopt a generational approach to China similar to the one that it followed with respect to the Soviet Union. The United States was able to support Ukraine off the cuff, but  wouldn’t have the same opportunity with Taiwan. Instead, the Department of Defense and Congress should plan now, with urgency, and devote significant resources and organizational focus to the problem. Discussion of great power competition and integrated deterrence have created confusion in the defense world, and both concepts broaden the focus of U.S. strategy beyond defense. It is not wrong to harness a range of tools of national power, but to develop the concepts of operation and capabilities necessary to deny Chinese aggression against Taiwan, the United States also needs a clear, focused, and appropriately resourced approach.

Help Taiwan Early and Often  

Many have drawn different types of lessons for a potential Taiwan conflict from the war in Ukraine. Some have noted that Taiwan might be less likely to receive support from the United States and Europe than Ukraine. Others have noted that China’s position in the international economy could make it more difficult to isolate than Russia and that the concentration of advanced microchip production in Taiwan puts the American and global economies at risk. Diplomatic and economic factors may loom large in defending Taiwan, but it would also be wise to consider the military problem as well.

Supporting Taiwan’s defense could require tremendous investment well prior to a conflict there. The scale of U.S. military aid pledged to Ukraine is quite large. Estimates range from $17 billion to $25 billion since the Russian invasion. This is much more security assistance than the United States government is even contemplating for Taiwan. For example, the United States has proposed selling $1.1 billion worth of arms to Taiwan, and at present the Senate’s version of the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act calls for $10 billion of assistance over five years. To be sure, wartime military aid to Ukraine is different than peacetime weapons sales to Taiwan. Not having to engage in active fighting gives Taiwan, the United States, and others more time to develop and deploy defenses.  

Source: War on the Rocks Michael Spirtas

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Furious anti-lockdown demonstrators poured into the streets in eight cities across China, confronting riot cops and calling for the Chinese dictator to “step down” in a rare act of defiance.

From Shanghai to Beijing, fury spilled out onto the streets after ten people died in a fire in a tower block in Urumqi on Thursday – a tragedy blamed on the city’s strict Covid lockdown measures.

Protesters in Urumqi were seen confronting officials, smashing down barriers and yelling “end the Covid lockdown” amid claims blocked fire exits trapped people in the blazing building.

As the rage spread across the country, brave demonstrators called for the downfall of Xi and the Communist Party that has ruled China with an iron fist for 73 years – criticism punishable by years in prison.

For the first time in 30 years, protesters flooded the grounds of two universities in Beijing while crowds in Shanghai chanted “down with the Chinese Communist Party”.

Source: the U.S. SUN, Imogene Braddick

To read more, click here: https://www.the-sun.com/news/6782626/chinese-protests-biggest-uprising-tiananmen-square/