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A shock assault on Hawaii by China and Russia, the unrest in Eswatini would have Taiwan written on it

China’s claim to Taiwan appears to be becoming a global threat. Military exercises 200 miles off the Hawaiian coast, a Japanese official who warned the US of an attack by China and Russia, an attempt to overthrow the government in the Kingdom of Eswatini, could have very much to do with it.

  1. Is Hawaii a possible surprise attack by Russia and China on Taiwan?
  2. The Kingdom of Eswatini is in a state of chaos after a mob of foreign insurgents tries to overthrow the kingdom. This could very well be related to the China-Taiwan conflict
  3. The US is on friendly terms and providing arms to aid Taiwan. Eswatini is the only African country with diplomatic relations with Taiwan. No wonder the US has built a huge embassy in this small kingdom of less than 2 million people.

Just two weeks ago, US raptor fighter jets had to take off to control a Russian exercise in the waters near the US Pacific state of Hawaii.

“We have to act as a deterrent against China, not just China, but also the Russians, because, as I told you, they do their exercises together,” Japanese Deputy Defense Minister Yasuhide Nakayama told the Hudson Institute this week.

He explained:

If you look at the news from Zvezda, that’s a Russian report, the news from the Russian military, they’re actually training right outside Honolulu now.

And there are battleships, nuclear submarines, and large planes. And they really train right in front of the western part of Honolulu.

I don’t want to remind you that Pearl Harbor was attacked by surprise 70 years ago. We must beware of such military training missions by the Russians.

It is no coincidence that the Russians chose the location, the west side of Honolulu, Hawaii. The seventh US fleet is in Hawaii and PACOM is also headquartered in Hawaii.

According to a report from this publication, a Russian spy ship is anchored north of Oahu in Hawaii.

The White House, the US government, also spoke out on Hong Kong.

Taiwan’s vulnerability to an invasion from mainland China has become a concern of Indo-Pacific strategists in recent months as Chinese Communist forces expand their military exercises on the island. Nakayama, who spoke unusually frankly about the need for democratic nations to ensure Taiwan’s survival, hinted that Russia and China are working together as allies to prepare for a larger conflict with the United States.

The Taiwanese are really concerned. They focus on the cooperation of the two big countries and [presenting] much threat to Taiwan. “

Chinese Communist officials consider Taiwan a breakaway province that they have claimed but never ruled since they came to power in 1949. Most countries recognize the Beijing regime as the official Chinese government and do not have formal diplomatic relations with Taiwan, although the US has maintained friendly relations and provided arms to help the Taiwanese authorities deter an invasion from the mainland.

“We have to protect Taiwan as a democratic country,” said Japanese Deputy Defense Minister Nakayama.

That may be precisely the reason that the USA on the other side of the world, in the tiny kingdom of Eswatini with 1.3 million inhabitants, has one of the largest embassies in the world.

Eswatini is the only country in Africa that recognizes Taiwan as a state. The United States seems to have an interest in this situation. China is angry and may be behind the current unrest and coup attempts in Eswatini. Former Zimbabwean Foreign Minister Walter Mzembi provided background information to eTurboNews earlier this week in an article titled: Eswatini Trapped Between China and Taiwan.

A spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, Wang Wenbine, described the Japanese statement about a possible attack on Hawaii as extremely dangerous and also took offense in Japan to designate Taiwan as a country. He said, “We are asking Japan to make it clear that Taiwan is not a country and to ensure that this does not happen again.”

Nakayama stressed that tensions in the Indo-Pacific region have a direct impact on American security, especially given the coordination between China and Russia. He made the point clear by recalling the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor 70 years ago that provoked US military intervention in World War II.

Russian officials called their “rocket and artillery firing” in the Pacific an equipment check. For Nakayama, such operations make it clear that Japan and the US have a common problem that must be deterred together.

US and Japanese leaders say they will step up their tools to counter threats from China and North Korea, including Beijing’s aggressive stance on Taiwan, as the Biden administration seeks to build a presence in the region.

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