Biden’s Reckless Afghan Retreat Sets the Precedent for Abandoning Taiwan to China

Afghans fleeing the Taliban attempt to climb into an airplane at Kabul International Airport.
Panicky Afghan civilians scramble to board a plane out of Kabul, as Biden pulls the rug out from under long-time client state of Afghanistan.

Although all eyes are on Afghanistan and the hasty U.S. withdrawal from its 20-year protectorate, some minds may be on Taiwan.

The Pacific island nation of Taiwan has been a vital U.S. ally since 1950, when Chinese Nationalist forces under Chaing Kai Shek consolidated control there, following their defeat on the mainland by the Communists, in the Chinese Civil War. There can be no doubt that today’s Communist Chinese take comfort in the fact that Biden abandoned a U.S. client of 2 decades, in little more than 2 weeks. Beijing, which constantly threatens to use military force to reunite democratic Taiwan with the Communist mainland, may now feel confident enough to invade the island, without interference from the craven Joe Biden, whose son Hunter is firmly under their control, through honey-traps, a crack addiction, and an appetite for the money he earns from Chinese patrons of his junk art.

Taiwan should brace itself for an inevitable betrayal of American security guarantees, by puppet-president Joe Biden.

China's Taiwan Threats Need a Maoist Answer
Above: potential staging areas and landing zones, for a ChiCom amphibious invasion of Taiwan.

Blog Editor Patrick Cloutier is the author of Mussolini’s War in the East 1941-1943.

Mussolini's War in the East 1941-1943.: The CSIR and ARMIR on the Russian Front.

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