Asia War By James Reed
Contrary to the happy world of the Australian globalist, who has worked for decades to make Australia a “part of Asia,” when Asia goes to war, Australia will be inevitably pulled in, being a “part of Asia.”
“A MAJOR new war is looming — and this one sits worryingly close to home. Asia is at risk of descending into a region-wide crisis with global implications, a leading expert in Asia-Pacific affairs has warned. Dr Brendan Taylor, Associate Professor at ANU Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, argues Asia is at a dangerous crossroads in his new book The Four Flashpoints: How Asia Goes to War. Dr Taylor argues there are four key “flashpoints” — politically unstable areas with the potential to erupt into sudden conflict — and all are situated within the continent. “The risk of major war in Asia is much greater today than most individuals assume,” he warns. “All it would take is an accidental clash between the wrong two militaries, at the wrong place or the wrong time, and a highly dangerous escalation could occur. Asia has been lucky so far that it hasn’t.”
The four flashpoints are well known to us, having been expensively covered in past articles, and are the South China Sea, the East China Sea, the Korean Peninsula and Taiwan. These are all powder kegs that could ignite at any second:
In all of this Australia, becoming part of Asia, is as I see it, likely to get squashed flat, as the giants clash in a final showdown. Ah well, that’s history. We have our elites to thank for this, where we could have lived quietly, armed to the teeth with nuclear weapons, and neutral. Instead, the immigration road was taken.