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Are We On The Brink Of A World War?


I recently asked the question: is war coming?

Tensions in eastern Asia could end up sparking a global conflict. Russia appears to be moving to annex Ukraine, and China is getting ever bolder with their excursions into Taiwan.

It’s no secret that the current American administration is weak, and the powers that be can smell that weakness—just like a hungry shark smells blood.

The question will then be: does the U.S. come to the aid of its allies, or risk losing credibility on the global stage, and risk losing control of the current post WWII global order?

Most Americans—myself included, do not want to see another war, and I really think that the current foreign policy blunders of the Biden administration just go to show that the best policy is speaking softly yet carrying a big stick.

Multilateral conflicts such as the one developing right now could see the U.S. doing battle across several theatre’s of war, China and Russia creating a united front against the U.S., and a number of different powers joining the fight.

In other words it could spark WW3…

It remains to be seen whether these tensions will deescalate peacefully, whether we will see moderate conflict, or whether this will spark a global war.

One thing is for certain though: the foreign policy of the Biden administration has accelerated the road toward conflict.

Here are the latest developments in this ongoing story:

According to Newsmax:

The U.S. Department of Defense said the two U.S. Navy Carrier Strike Groups, led by their flagships USS Carl Vinson and USS Abraham Lincoln, had begun operations in the South China Sea on Sunday.

The carrier groups will carry out exercises including anti-submarine warfare operations, air warfare operations and maritime interdiction operations to strengthen combat readiness, it said in a statement.

Just The News confirmed:

U.S. warships often navigate around areas of the South China Sea, angering China, which claims Taiwan as a part of its territory.

The announcement from the U.S. Navy, however, occurred on the same day as Taiwan reported repelling 39 Chinese aircraft flying through its defense zone.


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