The small military actions of the United States and Japan on the same day are clearly not good intentions!

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P-8A data map of the United States Navy

February 27 is an ordinary day, but the small military actions of the United States and Japan on the same day are clearly ill-intentioned and cannot but arouse high vigilance.

Let’s start with Japan.

Japanese Prime Minister Shimoto Shoda announced that he would purchase 400 American-made “Tomahawk” cruise missiles at a time to obtain the so-called counterattack capability of “attacking the enemy missile launch base”.

To this end, the Japanese government has prepared a budget of about 210 billion yen (about 1.54 billion US dollars). Before that, Shoda had expressed his will, and Biden was naturally delighted. They both sold a large amount of arms and tied Japan to their own chariots.

According to the data, “Tomahawk” missile is a sharp weapon for the United States to attack the enemy, with a range of more than 1000 kilometers. If you remember correctly, it was Tomahawk missile that year, which opened the prelude to the 1991 Gulf War, and also made us feel the subversive nature of modern war.

The fifth batch of “Tomahawk” missiles purchased by Japan should be the most advanced. The longest range is said to have been extended to 2414 kilometers. It is difficult to detect by radar and infrared in subsonic low-altitude flight.

The first shot is 400. Japan’s small action is actually a big one.

I am not a military expert, but in my opinion, this brings two problems.

The first question is, does Japan’s large purchase of arms, especially the medium-range and long-range missiles, constitute the proliferation of advanced cruise missiles? What are other countries doing in the United States and Japan?

The second question is whether Japan’s rush to buy arms, especially large quantities of offensive weapons, is intended to attack the other side’s base first, which breaks the peace constitution? Who is the target?

Japan is making a sharp turn, especially in recent years. We cannot but be vigilant.


And the United States.

Also on February 27th,

The spokesman for the Eastern Theater, Senior Colonel Shi Yi, delivered a short speech on the US P-8A anti-submarine patrol aircraft crossing the Taiwan Strait

On February 27, a US P-8A anti-submarine patrol aircraft penetrated the Taiwan Strait and made public speculation. The Eastern Theater of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army organized forces to follow and monitor the whole process of the US aircraft penetration operation, and everything was under control. The US side’s behavior deliberately interferes with and destroys the regional situation and endangers peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait, which we firmly oppose. The troops in the war zone are always on high alert and firmly defend the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country.

American military aircraft are coming again, flying through the Taiwan Strait and making public speculation. The Seventh Fleet of the United States claimed that the passage of the P-8A Poseidon “shows the commitment of the United States to a free and open Indo-Pacific”.

Obviously, this is a very unfriendly act. In the words of Major Shi Yi, “the US side’s behavior deliberately interferes with and destroys the regional situation and endangers the peace and stability of the Taiwan Strait”.

What shall we do?

Organize troops, follow the supervision and guard the whole process, and “master everything”.

From my personal point of view, this also brings two problems.

The first question is that the US warships used to sail through the sea, but now the US aircraft are sent to sail through the sea. Are you deliberately provocative in sensitive times and sensitive waters? Deliberately to provoke China?

The second question is that the United States can toss and turn a runaway civilian balloon like this. What would the Americans think if the Chinese military aircraft also ran to the sensitive waters of the United States at a sensitive time and flew around like this? How will Americans react?

The answer is also conceivable.


I always think that the two military actions of the United States and Japan on the same day may be coincidence; They are still small movements, because there will be various big movements later; However, they are clearly ill intentioned. They are all afraid that the world will not be chaotic.

Just a few days ago, CNN also revealed a video of the US P-8A anti-submarine patrol aircraft, which harassed the islands and reefs in the South China Sea and was intercepted by our warplanes, and was warned: “The US military aircraft. (Here is 12 nautical miles from) China’s airspace. Don’t go any closer, or you will bear all responsibilities.”

Finally, three superficial views.

1. Be calm and sober.

You can be angry, but don’t be provoked. We can monitor the whole process and control everything. Rest assured that today’s China is not the same as before, and we will look at crabs coldly to see how long you can run wild.

2. Be confident and prepared.

In the same sentence, the weapon of criticism is not as good as the weapon of criticism. Japan has the “axe” of the United States, and we should have more advanced weapons. We should have the power to suppress evil intentions. We will never engage in military belligerence. We must take precautions.

3. We should have the spirit of struggle and strategic refutation.

These are the four questions I mentioned above. We can openly ask: does not the United States and Japan always play up the threat of China, and does your actions of the United States and Japan constitute the proliferation of missile technology? What if other countries do the same? Does this make the world safer or more dangerous?

Also, American warships and warplanes always come to China’s periphery and provoke China. If Chinese warships and warplanes often go around the United States, can you accept it? Can the US military accept it? Does this make the world safer or more dangerous?

In this world, do not do to others what you don’t want. The Ukrainian crisis warns that peace is too precious, but it is too fragile. I always think the small military actions of the United States and Japan on the same day are ominous. We can’t ask, let alone guard!

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