Chinese warplanes make second Taiwan incursion in two days

The Chinese Communist Party’s military aggression in Taiwan Strait signals its possible next steps after the Wuhan coronavirus to further control the Chinese people via military conflicts as part of the CCP’s premeditated plan not an afterthought:

  1. use the epidemic as an excuse to return to Mao’s era through fear
  2. impose martial law “legally” through military conflicts in Taiwan Strait or the South China Sea

Taiwan sent warplanes to intercept a group of mainland Chinese jets that had briefly approached the island on Monday, the second such incident in two days.

The incident came as the island’s vice-president-designate William Lai Ching-te concluded an eight-day visit to the US that had angered Beijing.

The mainland warplanes, including H-6 bombers, briefly crossed the median line in the Taiwan Strait on their way to the western Pacific through the Bashi Channel in the morning for long-haul training exercises, Taiwan’s defense ministry said in a statement on Monday.

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Feb. 11, 2020