China Attacks India In 2 Weeks - Ignites Ww Iii?

11/08/2017 4 articles 2 min #132045

By: Gaussq via

The globalists want war as proven by the US Congress forcing Trump to sign on the sanctions against Russia while North Korea heats up. Meanwhile the real spark for world war III will most likely involve China against India. They have now reached a point after 2 months of heavy rhetoric against each other where there is too much to lose fore either side in retreating.

They will have to fight it out and as the elite leaders point out - this is just a beginning and the US will have to support India and Pakistan will support China. Meanwhile the South Chinese Sea will be a main theater of war.

All of this is likely to happen within 4-6 weeks in my opinion.

110712-N-TT977-077 Soldiers of the Chinese People's Liberation Army 1st Amphibious Mechanized Infantry Division prepare to provide Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen with a demonstration of their capablities during a visit to the unit in China on July 12, 2011. Mullen is on a three-day trip to the country meeting with counterparts and Chinese leaders. (DoD photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chad J. McNeeley/Released)

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In recent weeks the conflict at the Doklam plateau shows no signs of calming down and a few days ago Global Times, a communist controlled news outlet, reported that China will take limited military action against India within 2 weeks unless they retreat. Can India retreat and is it right for India to retreat? India has no easy position since the Doklam plateau is central to defending their northern provinces and China started their road construction in the disputed territory without asking the Indians.

S- economictimes, globaltimes, timesofindia, newsweek


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11/08/2017 4 min #132046

China Says Countdown For War With India Has Begun]:

The relationship between India and China seemed to worsen Wednesday when the Chinese Foreign Ministry said that 53 people and an Indian bulldozer was in China's territory and advised India to pull them back. This followed a warning Tuesday when an editorial in the state-run China Daily said that the "countdown to a clash between the two forces has begun.”

"India should withdraw its troops and equipment.

documentaires 16/08/2017 17 min #132171

L'Inde de Narendra Modi a-t-elle changé de camp ?

Par F. William Engdahl

Il est très dérangeant pour l'esprit de voir une nation comme l'Inde, potentiellement l'un des plus grands pays émergents du monde, s'autodétruire systématiquement. Provoquer une nouvelle guerre avec la Chine pour quelques parcelles de terre éloignées dans les hauteurs de l'Himalaya, là où les frontières de la région autonome chinoise du Tibet convergent avec l'Inde et le royaume du Bhoutan, n'en est que le plus récent exemple.

documentaires 03/09/2017 6 min #132621

Les leçons à tirer du face à face indo-chinois à la frontière

L'affrontement entre la Chine et l'Inde à la jonction Donglang / Doklam (jonction de l'Inde, de la Chine et du Bouthan)*, a pris fin au bout de deux mois. Les deux camps ont crié victoire.

L'Inde a souligné le double retrait, ou retrait simultané, (elle a utilisé le terme euphémique de « désengagement ») des deux camps de la zone contrôlée par la Chine (également revendiquée par le Bhoutan) dans laquelle les troupes indiennes avaient fait intrusion.

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