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Chinese military has shown how it will incinerate the US air base in Guam [video]

BEIJING, (BM) – On Sunday, September 20, the network began to actively disseminate a video in which the Chinese military are carrying out an attack on the US Air Force base Andersen, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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This facility is located on the island of Guam. It is considered to be the most protected in the world, since it is home to dozens of air defense systems, various combat aircraft, and ships.

The footage shows how the Celestial Empire’s aviation breaks through the enemy’s defenses and attacks military targets with missiles. Despite the fact that this video is staged, Chinese experts are confident that such a scenario is quite possible to implement. The fact is that not only bomber aircraft will be involved on the part of the PRC, but also intercontinental, cruise and hypersonic missiles, which can cause critical damage to the American military.

At the same time, Chinese aircraft have one significant problem – visibility for enemy radars. However, this vulnerability could be addressed by creating a new strategic bomber or a new long-range aircraft missile.

China: US and Taiwan should not play with fire, because we’ve enough military power

The Chinese army has enough strength, means and determination to defend the country’s sovereignty, to prevent Taiwan’s declaration of independence and foreign interference in the internal affairs of the PRC, Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Ren Guoqiang said on September 18.

“The People’s Liberation Army of China has a strong will, full confidence and sufficient capabilities to suppress the intervention of external forces and separatist acts aimed at proclaiming Taiwan independence, resolutely uphold the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country,” he stressed at a briefing.

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A Chinese military spokesman warned: “Those who play with fire may end up burning themselves.” This is how Ren Guoqiang commented on the announcement made by the Taiwanese administration yesterday [September 17 – ed.] that US Deputy Head of State Kate Krach will pay a visit to Taiwan on September 17-19.

A spokesman for the PRC Ministry of Defense noted that “Taiwan is a sacred and integral part of Chinese territory,” and the Taiwan issue belongs to the category of China’s internal affairs.

He said that on Friday, China will begin military exercises near Taiwan. According to him, “These are legal and necessary actions aimed at preserving the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the state in the current situation with Taiwan.”

On the eve, China protested to the United States in connection with Krach’s Taiwan visit. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said Thursday, “This is a violation of the One China Principle and damages Sino-American relations, peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.”

He said Beijing was calling on Washington to immediately end all official contacts with Taipei. Otherwise, China reserves the right to retaliate.

Beijing could use military force to annex Taiwan to China

The Beijing authorities are striving for a peaceful way to reunite Taiwan with the mainland, but do not exclude force methods. This was stated on May 29 this year by the chief of the Joint Staff of the Central Military Council of the PRC, General Li Zocheng.

“If all the chances for a peaceful reunification of the homeland are exhausted, the Chinese army will use all means to ensure the integrity of its territory,” Interfax quoted the military commander as speaking at a meeting on the 15th anniversary of the adoption of the Anti-Separatism Law in China.

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Chairman of the NPC Standing Committee, Li Zhanshu, said in his speech that Beijing “will never allow any force to separate Taiwan from China in any way.”

He confirmed that “China will use all means to prevent Taiwan’s secession from China” by proponents of island independence, but non-peaceful methods are “this last resort.”

At the same time, Liu Jie, the head of the Chancellery of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China for Taiwan Affairs, said that peaceful reunification using the formula “one country, two systems” is the best way, and all attempts to prevent this are doomed to failure.

Official ties between the central government of the PRC and the island province were interrupted in 1949 after the Kuomintang forces, led by Chiang Kai-shek, who were defeated in the civil war with the Chinese Communist Party, moved to Taiwan. Business and informal contacts between Taiwan and mainland China resumed in the late 1980s. Since the early 1990s, the parties began to contact through non-governmental organizations – the Beijing Association for the Development of Relations through the Taiwan Strait and the Taipei Strait Exchange Fund.

Between 2008 and 2016, relations between the shores of the Taiwan Strait significantly warmed. But they again experienced a serious rollback after the Democratic Progressive Party, led by Tsai Inven, returned to power, which remains a staunch opponent of the course towards rapprochement with China. She refuses to recognize the fundamental principle of “one China”, which serves as a prerequisite for dialogue. This slowed down the process of rapprochement between the mainland and Taiwan.

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