Legendary presidential advisor and foreign policy guru Henry Kissinger warned that a war between the US and China could become inevitable if the current trade war between the two countries continues to go on.
As The Daily Mail reports:
Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger warned today an armed conflict could erupt between the United States and China if their bitter trade war rumbles on…
He said it was ‘especially important that a period of relative tension be followed by an explicit effort to understand what the political causes are … It is far from being too late for that, because we are still in the foothills of a cold war.’
He added: ‘If conflict is permitted to run unconstrained, the outcome could be even worse than it was in Europe.
‘World War One broke out because of a relatively minor crisis … and today the weapons are more powerful,’ the former top diplomat said.
Kissinger is far from the only notable figure to warn of a potentially imminent war between the US and China. Could it be that we are far closer to a new devastating world war than many are willing to admit?
So I guess we are suppossed to continue to allow China to take advantage of us, steal our technology and basically just surrender without a fight? Sounds like the standard deep state leftist strategy to me; I call it the Neville Chamberllin strategy.
” … unavoidable IF …” There is no “if” about it. Since the Clinton administration relayed terabytes of commercial information on inventions, patents, and supposedly “un-classified” material to the Chinese, their response has been like “Well, we paid for it, so fu, and now we are going to shove it up your ass, sideways”. Paid to who ? Don’t we all know !!! And its not Trump, like some of you lefty moonbeams would add.
Now they are poised to do just that. Gratitude that we didn’t crush them when they were weak ? “FU USA, never let a hidden enemy up.”
Henry is used to war so assumes war.
Trade with the USA keeps millions of Chinese employed. War would stop that trade. Imagine the domestic political consequences in China if millions of people went instantly unemployed. The government doesn’t have enough money to support them all, let alone wage a war at the same time. The consequences would make Hong Kong look minor.