The safety of women and children in Asia is significantly under attack. That is why civil society women partners began protesting the militarization of the Asian Seas.
Because the instability and persistent violence caused by extreme militarization by America and China of the Philippines Sea, South China Sea, The East China Sea and the Sea of Japan, together referred to as the Asian Seas, is a prelude to global war, fear a global women’s rights group that has been deeply entrenched in a fight to prevent war between China and America and to preserve for humanity the Asian Seas as a resource for all mankind.
“The safety of women and children in Asia is significantly under attack. In fact, the most endangered people are women and children in any war, but it has already begun as China and America create tensions that have prevented ordinary Asian families in the millions who are dependent on the sea to suffer food shortages and the destruction of their maritime livelihoods,” explains Geraldine Frisque, a spokesperson for The RINJ Foundation.
Reported test flights of DF-21 missile (shown here) and the SDF-26 missile have not involved attempts to hit moving ships at sea. A November 14, 2020, report, however, stated that an August 2020 test firing of DF-21 and DF-26 ASBMs into the South China resulted in the missiles successfully hitting a moving target ship south of the Paracel Islands. Photo Credit: China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities – Background and Issues for Congress. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine
“Women and children civilians suffer more violence than soldiers in any war.”
“Our experience working in hidden-away women’s shelters we operate near warzones is that it is more dangerous to be a woman or a girl than it is to be a soldier, airman or seaman, in regional war,” said Ms. Frisque.
“Global war will be worse than any we have experienced as an organization,” adds Katie Alsop, a founding director of RINJ Women.
“Women demand a global summit to deal with the conflict between China and the United States because Joe Biden and Xi Jinping cannot be relied upon to avert a global war,” says the women’s rights activist.
“We are going to demand on behalf of women and children the world over that the UN Secretary General immediately convene a summit for the airing of grievances in the Asian Seas and seek the immediate stand-down of hostilities and the removal of war materials by all sides from the region,” added the RINJ leader.
“The goals,” Ms. Alsop explains, “must be action-oriented.”
- “America must remove its colossal military presence from Asia. America and its allies have been a menace to the peace, ecological and strategic balance in the Asian Seas regions and all over Asia for decades.
- “America in Vietnam, in Cambodia, Laos, Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Afghanistan and Syria has only brought massive violence, death and destabilization to Asia. America has never won a war and it will lose humanity this time, not just its pride. It is time to remove America’s war machinery from Asia and prevent war. America cannot be trusted in Asia.
- “China must withdraw its military trappings from the seven islands it has built, and turn those land masses into a peaceful use with a strong focus on human development and global values in this era of fighting climate change and reversing the harm mankind has done to Earth.”
- “If China has fears of future shortages of food and energy, that is a problem for Asia and all the world and it needs to be solved. Of course China has its responsibilities to stop spending the people’s money on bombs and missiles. China needs to discuss its future openly with its neighbours instead of sneakily trying to steal what belongs to others. These issues will not be solved by risking the death of humanity.”
Yushen-class Type 075 amphibious assault ship with an estimated displacement of over 20,000 tons compared to about 25,900 for the U.S. Navy’s San Antonio LPD-17 class amphibious ships, according to a 2021 Congressional Research Service report, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities – Background and Issues for Congress.” Photo Credit: China PLA Navy. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine
Dong Feng-26 (DF-26), Missile Threat, Center for Strategic and International Studies, January 8, 2018, last modified January 15, 2019, accessed August 28, 2019.
Observers have expressed strong concerns about China’s ASBMs, because such missiles, in combination with broad-area maritime surveillance and targeting systems, would permit China to attack aircraft carriers, other U.S. Navy ships, or ships of allied or partner navies operating in the Western Pacific. The U.S. Navy has not previously faced a threat from highly accurate ballistic missiles capable of hitting moving ships at sea. For this reason, some observers have referred to ASBMs as a “game-changing” weapon. Citing: “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities – Background and Issues for Congress.”
What follows is an attack scenario derived from weeks of conversations with Chinese, Taiwanese, Japanese and Philippines political science and defence-and-foreign affairs students.
Information for this scenario also comes from experts featured in an Australian 60 Minutes report, which can be viewed in its entirety at the end of this article.
Much additional information has been obtained for this threat scenario from “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities – Background and Issues for Congress” and the documents that led to that March 2021 report’s creation.
by Micheal John with guest writer Simon Baldock, an Israeli security analyst.
The scenario civil society women and girls seek to avert.
Within minutes of boots moving to upper decks ready to disembark with their combat helicopters, American C4I satellites will mysteriously vanish. The Wests’ strategic navigation and communications systems will fail. Chaos will ensue.
China is going to invade Taiwan come hell or high water, it’s on. America’s greedy military industrial complex set this in motion over a decade ago.
But Biden’s installation of US Armed Forces on Taiwan Island is likely the reason for the most recent rage and a frantic rejigging of attack plans in Beijing. This was the stupidest thing any American president has ever done because America cannot win a war in the Asian Seas against China.
Anyone with a free-minded view of reality in the West, will realize that installing American troops on Taiwan island and arming the Taiwanese military with $gazillions worth of US arms, set this invasion in motion three years earlier than otherwise contemplated.
Artist impression of the yet to be completed China People’s Liberation Army Navy Type 075 amphibious assault ship. By 星海军事 – Own work, CC BY 4.0, Flikr /Cropped. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine
America will lose everything if it interferes say some experts.
Super-sized landing craft will interrupt an ordinary day late next year and thousands of troops will descend on Taiwan as missile warheads explode on 72 military sites in Taiwan and on Taiwan’s outer islands that feature Taiwan-owned, American supplied, missiles, rockets, and traditional large-bore barrel artillery.
Hundreds of thousands of Chinese troops will float into harbours and to outer islands aboard quasi commercial large vessels that look nothing like what China claims their purpose to be, today. There are hundreds of vessels capable of carrying up 1,500 or even two thousand troops each.
These vessels are there now in the Asian Seas manned by a small few seamen who are part of the Chinese maritime militia.
China’s 25,000 tonne amphibious landing craft will deliver helicopters and heavy armour including tanks to the shores of Taiwan.
China is already getting ready to mobilize three million troops and is bracing the public in China for totalitarian government rule in order to limit the potential of 5th Columnists during the first years of China’s occupation of Taiwan.
Laissez-faire sites will be assigned to commanders to make sure that China does not zero the value of owning Taiwan, but the strategic value of even a barren island filled with mass graves of the Taiwanese has not escaped China.
With millions of troops/police moved to Taiwan, along with land mobile Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) launchers, and Anti-Shipping Ballistic Missiles capable of sinking US carriers at Guam, space communications mobiles and portable GPS systems, China has de facto over-watch on the entire Pacific Ocean from Taiwan to the US and Canadian West Coast.
Chinese air-to-mud aircraft will slam medium sized conventional bombs into tactical targets ahead of the beach and strategic shore landings as 55-70,000 paratroops darken the sky further inland.
The invasion of Taiwan will likely end in China’s victory in a matter of 8 hours, or less. Chaos will overwhelm defenders.
If America decides to interfere, the initial prefab Chinese bunkers supporting ICBM launchers on the eastern shores of Taiwan will turn Los Angeles and San Diego into a series of craters.
“A summit must be called for all nations in the Asian seas regions to bring their proposals for peace,” says Ms. Alsop. “I hope the Secretary General is listening, seriously”.