America exacerbates China/Taiwan tensions plus ominous fear of war in South Asia



The United States is disturbing the peace in South and East Asia. Every day, American warships complicate the freedom of navigation in Asian Seas and attract a security response from Asian nations Russia and China as well as Japan, South Korea, Vietnam and the Philippines.

American warships are occasionally accompanied by geriatric Canadian warships, and naval vessels from Britain and Australia, each of these nations claiming to be part of some legitimate pretext umbrella like the US-controlled North Atlantic Treaty Organization in the South Pacific.

Britain, America and Australia (AUKUS) now have a nuclear weapons alliance with which they claim the right to operate in Australia’s “back yard(?)” with nuclear missiles. None of Southeast Asia accepts this as each member has declared a nuclear weapons-free zone. Meanwhile America with five bases in the Philippines, wants another five bases with which it can fight a war with mainland Asia. Read if you wish: ASEAN has no Western Friends, only Predators.

ASEAN Women worry about the fate of Asian families as American military buildup continues past a danger point.

“The (island) Republic of China and the (mainland) People’s Republic of China need to sort out their differences without the incompetents of the Biden administration interfering. America’s solution to everything is violence and the world has had enough American violence to last the remaining history of humans on Earth,” said Dale Carter in a brief annual report to the executive committee of the RINJ Foundation, a global women’s rights group.

“America’s wars kill women and children. America is renowned for killing women and children.” continued Ms. Carter, security director of the global women’s group.

“My number one fear is that the Biden Administration will turn its Cold War in Asia into a Hot War and kill millions of Asian families during the war and long after it is over,” she continued. “It will not be the first time. America slaughtered some three million Koreans in the 1950s and Asia cannot seem to get past that with ballistic missiles flying here and there in a massive preparation for revenge from the Koreans in the north of the peninsula.”

“Karinna Angeles in the Philippines reports that one of her shelters has not been able to buy flour or baked bread for over a week and the number of starving Filipinos is in a solid upswing. The same is true for Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and some island nations of the ASEAN group of countries,” reported Ms. Carter. “This we believe is due to the American proxy war against Russia in Ukraine.

The Republic of China (ROC), Taiwan’s official name, transitioned from Chiang Kai-shek’s one-party authoritarian state ruled by martial law to a multi-party quasi democracy. As the mid 1990s saw many changes around the world, the ROC evolved into a fully functional democracy with elected presidents since the approach of Y2K.

China has supported its self-government province and for Taiwan, the People’s Republic of China is the ROC’s best customer by far.

Top ten beneficiaries of China’s massive purchasing power.


China Imports by Countryrecent to 11/30/22past
EU34693700.0024717800.00
Taiwan17419298.7119439780.64
USA16476130.5412823845.06
S. Korea15370164.0015650188.00
Japan14153420.6414668216.30
Australia11761709.9110676260.10
Russia10544850.9410229782.55
Malaysia10212144.548432655.06
Germany9003880.698613929.05
Brazil8541338.477623215.32
  • Data from United Nations’ Comtrade Database

Without China’s backing of Taiwan, most historians agree it would not be the sophisticated democracy it has become. For a small island, the logistics of democratic function are quite easy. For the expansive People’s Republic of China and its 1.4 billion people, a functional democracy is logistically impossible until now. But China’s system of representation by population government is functional and given its extraordinary success in reducing poverty and building a solid, prosperous middle class, it has a system that works.

China feels America has exploited Taiwan by stirring the pot creating conflict to terrify the people of Taiwan, then selling them weapons.

China likely erred in ignoring Chiang Kai-shek after ousting him to Taipei. Bringing 115 tons of stolen gold to Taipei. Chiang Kai-shek has a head start in 1948 after losing the civil war to the communists.

Since 1979, the United States has officially pumped up the volume on its propaganda promoting the dangers to Taiwan.

The USA has sold the Island of Taiwan countless $billions in aggressive weapons including missiles that can attack and destroy cities on the mainland of China.

`Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Antietam

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Santiago Navarro. Photo is cropped. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine. The US Navy says that on 28 August 2022 the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Antietam (CG 54) conducted routine underway operations near Chinese naval vessels in the Taiwan Strait during a routine transit. “Antietam is deployed to 7th Fleet area of operations in support of a free and open Indo-Pacific,” says a US Navy release.

America's active bases in the Philippines America’s active bases in the Philippines soon to be doubled Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

“It’s not about selling it to the Chinese or to anybody,” State Department spokesperson Admiral John Kirby said in response to a question during a media briefing. “It’s about meeting our security commitments in a serious alliance with the Philippines. That’s what this is about.”

But America, not China has a history of attacking and occupying the Philippines. The Philippines does not need protection against an attack from China says Beijing and most experts agree, unless America is occupying the Philippines with military bases and then, “yes, they would be attacked during any heated conflict between China and America,” explains Simon Baldock, a security analysts based in Tel Aviv.

Pyongyang, 1953, This war is still on.

Pyongyang, 1953, completely destroyed by American Carpet Bombing.
This war is still on—it never ended by treaty or otherwise and has continued as a hybrid war of USA sanctions, NATO blockades, threats and subterfuge. (Archived photograph from the public domain.) Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine