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Re: War
« Reply #30 on: August 08, 2022, 01:23:14 pm »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/origins-chinese-sovereignty-over-taiwan-080028301.html

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The foolish trip of Nancy Pelosi, our speaker of the House of Representatives, to Taiwan recently has raised again the dangerousness of our relationship with the People's Republic of China (herein PRC), a growing nuclear and world power in Asia. My purpose here is to provide a historical description of events that lay at the foundation of the PRC’s right to sovereignty over Taiwan.

Han Chinese started visiting Taiwan during the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368 A.D.). The first written account of a visit was 1349. By the 16th century, the early European explorers, the Portuguese, had entered the region and named Taiwan Ilha Formosa (“beautiful island”). Also, by the 16th century, more Chinese had come to the island, about 100 miles off the Chinese coast.

By the 17th century, the Dutch had entered the scene. At first, they were driven away by the Ming, but eventually built Fort Zeelandia, on the southwest coast of the island. In 1626, the Spanish built a settlement on the northeast coast. In 1642, the Dutch defeated the Spanish and drove them out.

In 1664, the Ming dynasty was defeated by the Manchu forces. Koxinga was a Ming loyalist. In 1662, after a nine-month siege, Koxinga captured the Dutch fortress Zeelandia. Taiwan then became his base. The Qing (Manchu) dynasty (1644-1911) defeated Koxinga’s progeny in 1683. They ruled part of the island as Taiwan Prefecture. In 1875, the island was divided into two prefectures (north and south). In 1887, Taiwan became the Fokien-Taiwan Province of China. (The above brief history is from Wikipedia, July 30, 2022).

We also cover this:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/colonial-era/formosa/

Continuing:

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On Oct. 1, 1949, the PRC became the successor government of China. Therefore, the PRC claims sovereignty over all of the Chinese territories, including Taiwan.
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What is the problem now?

I fully support PRC viewing itself as the successor to the Qing Dynasty. However, if so, it should claim sovereignty over Outer Manchuria also:



which (due to Xi's dripping Eurocentrism) it currently is not doing, thereby making its claim over Taiwan appear arbitrary. This is the problem now. The solution is for China to invade Outer Manchuria at once.

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Re: War
« Reply #31 on: August 30, 2022, 08:25:40 pm »
Imagination is important:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-y13SpjMgGE

Woke comments:

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It is in fact very very possible. Contrary to popular belief, china and russia really aren't friends. Its just an alliance of enemies that can break at any time. China would really like to take back Vladivostok.

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1938 Vladivostok massacre, 300000 Chinese were killed by Stalin.

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it's not only 海參崴(Hǎishēnwǎi)(Vladivostok), most of chinese want to gain back the whole outer Northeast(outer dongbei or outer manchuria), since those dongbei provinces can take back the coastline, the 吉林(JiLin province) owned the longest coastline than any other provinces in china during the Qing dynasty, and now it's landlcoked province, and the economy of northeast china were **** up because they don't have coastline and landlocked.

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Re: War
« Reply #32 on: September 08, 2022, 02:50:20 am »
Will our dream become reality?

https://www.yahoo.com/news/greece-warns-another-european-war-211422261.html

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Erdogan over the weekend accused Greece of occupying demilitarized islands in the Aegean, warning that Turkey will do "what's necessary" when the time comes. In what was seemingly a veiled threat of an invasion or attack against Greece, Erdogan warned that Turkey could "come down suddenly one night."

"Look at history, if you go further, the price will be heavy," Erdogan said.

During a visit to Sarajevo on Tuesday, the Turkish leader doubled down on this threat.

"What I'm talking about is not a dream," Erdogan said after he was questioned about his earlier comments toward Greece, the Associated Press reported. "When the time comes, we can come suddenly one night."




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Re: War
« Reply #33 on: September 16, 2022, 08:59:55 pm »
Now with Sweden and Finland joining NATO, we should also recall:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nyenschantz

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Nyenschantz (Russian: Ниенша́нц, Nienshants; Swedish: Nyenskans; Finnish: Nevanlinna) was a Swedish fortress at the confluence of the Neva River and Okhta River, the site of present-day Saint Petersburg, Russia.
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the Swedish fortress Landskrona, built in the year 1300 by Tyrgils Knutsson, who was the Lord High Constable of Sweden. Landskrona was a very large and unusually well fortified wooden fortress with eight towers. In the spring of 1301 the Russians amassed a large army and laid siege to the fortress. When a fire broke out inside the fortress the Swedes retreated to the basement. The last of the Swedish defenders were captured and the Russians burned down the fortress.[2]
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In 1609, the Vyborg Treaty was signed by Sweden and Tsardom of Russia as a package of military agreements that were supposed to be mutually beneficial to both countries.
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The Ingrian War was triggered in 1610 as the new stability of Russia led to increased resistance to Polish occupation and Swedish influence in the country. As the Poles were defeated in Moscow, Russia began to actively resist the Swedish influence as they sought to regain control over occupied territories, including the province of Ingria, which Sweden insisted on keeping based on Russia violating conditions in the Vyborg Treaty. Sweden constructed a fortress in Ingria at a strategic position at the confluence of the prominent Neva River and one of its tributaries, the Okhta River. The new fort was officially named Nyenskans, derived from the Swedish terms Nyen-, the name for the Neva, and -skans meaning "bastion", and was capable of housing 500 people. The Ingrian War ended in Swedish victory in 1617 after the signing of the Treaty of Stolbovo, resulting in Russia ceding the territories to Sweden.
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According to church records, the town's population was largely made up of Finns, secondarily Swedes, and some Germans.[3]
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On May 1, 1703, Sweden lost Nyenskans to the Russians when the fortress was taken by Peter the Great during the Ingrian campaign of the Great Northern War.
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Nyenskans was gradually demolished over the following decades, as Saint Petersburg expanded onto the land in the direct vicinity of the fort.

Time to Make St Peterburg Nyenskans Again?



Hitler had a similar idea:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Leningrad

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Although various theories have been put forward about Germany's plans for Leningrad, including making it the capital of the new Ingermanland province of the Reich in Generalplan Ost, it is clear Hitler intended to utterly destroy the city and its population.
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Hitler's ultimate plan was to raze Leningrad to the ground and give areas north of the River Neva to the Finns.[20][21]





See also:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Silver_Fox

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Platinum_Fox

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Arctic_Fox



HAIL HITLER!

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Re: War
« Reply #34 on: September 25, 2022, 12:16:19 am »
https://us.yahoo.com/news/estonian-premier-warns-blackouts-russia-132309877.html

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(Bloomberg) -- Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas warned that Russia could be preparing to disconnect the three Baltic countries from its electricity grid, leading to potential blackouts amid a broader energy crisis.

Is this not enough reason to invade Russia at once in order to secure the energy sources? Is there a better time to do so than now?

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Re: War
« Reply #35 on: October 03, 2022, 03:35:53 am »
Continuing from:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/diplomatic-decolonization/msg11692/#msg11692

more and more commenters agree with us:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sl3mpFe4cjc

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Japan should launch a "Special Recovery Operation" and get its territories back.

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Japan used to have half of Shakalin!!

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Japan should just go in and take the land back by force

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This is the right time for Japan to recover this islands now. Russia will never leave this territories peacefully. Japan must taken from them now or never.

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In the conventional warfare the Japanese  can easily took the sakhalin and the kurile island from the Russian.

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Go on Japan , let’s give Vlad the Insurger a second front .

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This is the  moment to go for it

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Very good opportunity for Japan to grab this land along with its valuable resources

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Russia has NO right to the Kuril Islands and Sakhalin. These areas belong to Japan and will be regained within a short time.

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Japan should first drive US out off its islands to prove its seriousness, then Russia will give the Kurils back

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Re: War
« Reply #37 on: November 24, 2022, 12:59:20 am »
https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/half-moldova-without-power-after-russian-strikes-ukraine-deputy-pm-2022-11-23/

With Russia unable to send reinforcements, is not now the correct time to wipe out the Russian troops occupying Moldova?