China To Engage In 'Six Inevitable Wars' Involving U.S., Japan, India And More, According To Pro-Government Chinese Newspaper China's announcement last weekend of an Air Defense Identification Zone, which includes disputed areas of the East China Sea, has ratcheted up tensions between China and her neighbors, leading some to believe war is imminent. The new air defense area includes the airspace above the hotly disputed cluster of tiny islands known as the Diaoyu to China and the Senkaku to the Japanese. International reaction to the ADIZ, particularly from Japan and its ally the U.S., has been uniformly defiant. In addition to official statements from Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida and U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, Reuters reported Tuesday that two U.S. military aircraft have flown around the disputed islands in direct defiance of Chinaâ€™s ADIZ. â€œWe have conducted operations in the area of the Senkakus,â€ spokesman Col. Steve Warren said, using the Japanese name for the islands. In addition to declaring the zoneâ€™s wide boundaries, Chinese military forces announced that all air travel in the designated ADIZ must be reported to avoid â€œemergency defensive measures in response.â€ The U.S. did the flyover without addressing the demands made by China. â€œWe have continued to follow our normal procedures, which include not filing flight plans, not radioing ahead and not registering our frequencies,â€ Warren continued. The new ADIZ has brought added tension to one of Chinaâ€™s several current territorial disputes. As pointed out in Shanghai-based news-blog, The Shanghaiist.com, earlier this summer, a particularly strident pro-government local newspaper, Weweipo, published a war-mongering article describing the â€œSix Wars China Is Sure to Fight In the Next 50 Years.â€ The article essentially predicts that most of Chinaâ€™s current border disputes will eventually lead to war. Over the next 50 years, the article expects China to be engaged in war over the following issues: 1. Taiwanese unification (2020-2025) While China and Taiwan currently have fairly peaceful relations, the mainland continues to strive for â€œunification.â€ 2. South China Sea islands (2025-2030) According to a translation of the original article, as published by StratRisk.com, following the inevitable "return" of Taiwan, â€œSouth East Asian countriesâ€ will â€œalready be shivering.â€ This momentum will be the driving force behind negotiations to â€œreconquerâ€ South China Sea islands like the Spratlys, which neighboring governments like Taiwan, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam all lay claim to. 3. â€œSouthern Tibet" (2035-2040) Though China and India share a long border along Chinaâ€™s southwest region, a Himalayan area claimed as "southern Tibet" is the main point of contention between the two huge nations. The article suggests that â€œthe best strategy for China is to incite the disintegration of Indiaâ€ by dividing the nation into several smaller countries so â€œIndia will have no power to cope with China." 4. East China Sea islands (2040-2045) Unsurprisingly, the newspaper reaffirms that the East China Sea island groups of Diaoyu and Ryukyu, known in Japan as Senkaku and Okinawa, belong to China. While the article says the conflict wonâ€™t take place until 2040, other scholars have estimated that a war between China and Japan, and likely the U.S., could happen sooner. 5. â€œOuterâ€ Mongolia (2045-2050) â€œIf Outer Mongolia can return to China peacefully, it is the best result, of course; but if China meets foreign intervention or resistance, China should be prepared to take military action,â€ the article reads. 6. â€œRecover the territory seized by Russiaâ€ (2055-2060) The article recognizes the current good relations between China and Russia but insists that â€œChina never forgets the lands lost to Russiaâ€ in past centuries, adding that â€œwhen the chance comes, China will take back the lands.â€ The article is predictably confident that all wars would be won by the Chinese side, and Russia is no different: â€œAfter the victories of previous five wars, it is time to make Russians pay the price.â€ China To Engage In 'Six Inevitable Wars' Involving U.S., Japan, India And More, According To Pro-Government Chinese Newspaper ************************************************************************************************ Here is the hegemonic imperialism planned by China straight from the horse's mouth! It is time to catch China by the scruff of its neck and give it a shakedown and tell them where to get off. Just imagine the audacity of the Chinese that they feel the world is their poaching ground. It is time to encourage the Tibetans and the Uighurs as also the Mongols in China. One must also encourage the Southern Chinese that they are not really Chinese, but made into Han from what the Han call them as 'barbarians'. There is already a discontent amongst the Southern Chinese that they are carrying the burden of China on their shoulders since they are more industrious and economically alive than the dumb Northerners.