Danger PAST Our Doorstep; Inside the Citadel in Fact By James Reed
Jim Molan, has a book entitled, Danger on our Doorstep, which has just been released. China now has the weaponry for war, and Molan predicts, war in three years. On this he is almost certainly too conservative, since a good case can be made that after the Pelosi adventure, China has accelerated its efforts and as I see it, will invade Taiwan possibly before the end of 2020. China has seen how week America is, so now is the time to attack. If I am right, and given Chairman Xi’s call for overseas Chinese to be loyal to the Fatherland, I wonder how things will go down here in our wonderful multicult, diverse, Asianised Oz? Where will the international students, thousands working in STEM research, stand, given folks back home, who will become hostages? I suppose the plan is for Australia to surrender, making us really a “part of Asia.” What happens to useless eaters, and drinkers, such as me? Don’t know, I better check the history of the Cultural Revolution. (Spoiler, up to 80 million.)
About the Book
An unsettling assessment of how - and when - war with China might break out and the consequences for the world, from bestselling author, ex-major general Jim Molan
What are Australia's options in confronting a rising and belligerent China?
For the first time in nearly 80 years, war on our doorstop is not just possible, it is likely. Former army major general and Liberal Party senator Jim Molan has fought wars, reviewed intelligence, participated in government and conducted business in hotspots across the world, making him an expert in evaluating risk and reward in perilous military situations.
In this sober assessment, Molan examines the present and growing danger of China's rise, not just to Taiwan, Japan and other countries in the immediate region, but also to the geopolitical balance of power as it has existed since the end of World War II. He suggests what China's endgame is, how war might start, what war with China would look like and, importantly, what Australia's best interests and options are. Acknowledging the increasing awareness of possible conflict, he stresses how important it is to prepare for the right war, not the war we would prefer to fight, or the one we think might never happen.
'The Prime Minister should read Molan's book. It is chilling but a necessary statement of the truth that the region is heading to conflict and Australia is not well prepared to defend itself' Peter Jennings, The Australian.”
One glimmer of hope is that millions of Chinese are cutting their ties to the CCP: