Rich wrote:China's territorial ambitions of the 1920s seems about as bad as Hitler's in terms of geographical area and in terms of the population that would be subjugated. In the 1920s would be great powers or would be super powers had the excuse that both France and Britain maintained vast traditional empires. China has no such excuse now.
I find it quite gratifying that a number of ideas that I have put out, that have initially been dismissed as unrealistic irrelevant extremism have later become mainstream. One was recognising the Golan as Israeli, another was arming Taiwan with nuclear weapons. However we need to go further. We need to accept that an all out war with National Socialist China may be unavoidable as it was unavoidable with Adolph Hitler's Germany, despite our attempts at appeasement. If war with China is unavoidable it is better to have it sooner rather than later. The irony is that the stronger we stand against the evil of National Socialist China, the better our chance of actually avoiding all out war. The weaker we are, the greater the chance that we will end up in an all out war.
I'm reminded of the so called peace movements in Europe in the 1980's. These traitorous commie backed so called peace movements actually made war with the Soviet Union more likely. It was Reagan, Thatcher and others courageous decision to deploy cruise in Europe, and move from MAD to Flexible Response, that helped ensure peace and avoid all out war with the Soviet Union. Vietnam was not ultimately won by the Commies, President Nixon, America's greatest post war president had achieved a sustainable, affordable defence of South Vietnam, it was lost by the traitorous defeatocrats in Congress. Its time to draw the correct lessons form Vietnam and abandon the absurd notion that if you throw a Hyena enough meat it will eventually become a vegetarian.
I've come to the feeling that what the political masters do, is their affirmative, and to them, I mean as little as a little ant that they might step on with their boot, and it is just getting too tiring to care about much.
But, I also love China, I always have, and I lived there for 2 years. It kinda sucks, in terms of the enforced uniformity, like how every city basically looks the same, but welcome to communism, I guess.
There are 2 points I wanted to address.
First, a war between the US and China would be absolutely unwinnable, for the US side. I don't think it will happen, but it is a disaster, which must be averted, at all cost.
Second, historical parallels do exist, but history doesn't literally repeat itself, and China is far away from being Nazi Germany.
I don't see the parallels matching up much at all, but if you think some match up, fine on you, but there are serious limitations to historical parallels, in the best instance.
Hope you are well, though.