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Is the Biden Administration Ready for a World War?

The rapid and negligent withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan allowed the world to see that current President Joe Biden was not fit for the job of commander-in-chief. Leaving more than 7 Billion dollars of heavy military equipment in the hands of a hostile government. The Taliban a terrorist organization rapidly took over Afghanistan, leaving American citizens stranded behind enemy lines.

In a series of events that have since followed, several nations have decided to test their military strength. There are currently 5 "Hot Spots" around the globe that could have a direct influence on global politics. Each conflict has a direct correlation to a country currently in conflict. In other words, they are all connected.

Russia invaded Ukraine, as any person with access to the internet is already aware. Despite not invading them for the past 4 years, Russia demonstrated that without a strong response from the White House, Putin could do as he pleased with a country he had stated in the past he wanted to be incorporated back into Russian territory. From what we could gather, Putin was opposed to Ukraine being invited into NATO. He started building troops along the border of Ukraine shortly after a White House official recommended the country join.

Russia is so adamantly opposed to Ukraine's membership that it issued the following statement.

"If Ukraine is admitted into the U.S.-led NATO military alliance, then the conflict in Ukraine would be guaranteed to escalate into World War Three, a Russian Security Council official was quoted as saying.

China, on the other hand, is making overt threats to what they refer to as a "breakaway province" Taiwan has been an independent nation since 1949 however China has stated that it will use force if necessary to unify China and Taiwan. Two days ago, China sent its biggest military incursion into the Taiwan straits since the visit of Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

China has a "One China" policy meaning China and all its territories are all China. Biden has repeatedly admitted he supports the "One China" policy, so it is questionable if Biden will aid Taiwan should the Chinese decide to use further aggression towards the small nation. Taiwan is the world's leader in computer processors and semiconductors. Should China decide to make an aggressive move against the country, technology will be severely handicapped, as one analyst reported "A world without Taiwan is a world back to the Stone Age,"

China has a trade alliance with Russia and has been buying oil and natural gas from Russia since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian war, ignoring Biden's sanctions on Russian businesses. The two world leaders signed an agreement earlier in the year where they declared, “Friendship between the two States has no limits,” and that “There are no ‘forbidden’ areas of cooperation.”

President Xi knows that Biden has two more years in the White House and with his tepid response to Chinese antagonism the time to incorporate Taiwan into China would be sooner rather than if a pro-American president were to take office.

Not to be outdone, North Korea, the puppet nation of Beijing has been testing its ballistic missiles. Two days after their tests, they sent drones across the demilitarized zone resulting in South Korea scrambling fighter jets and surveillance of the zone unlike it has done in the past five years.

Award-winning journalist, Steve Gruber asks the question, "Are they planning to soon invade Taiwan while making such a noise in Korea, though not an actual invasion of the South, that we are faced with two simultaneous challenges? The former US Army Intelligence analyst in me says it is very possible. It’s the hold them by the nose and kick them in the ass gambit."

The rapid withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan did not go unnoticed by the Iranian Revolutionary guard. Their anti-Israel rhetoric is ramping up to a fevered pitch as they lay claim that should Israel destroy their nuclear facilities, Tel Aviv would be destroyed. This statement leads analysts to believe that Iran already has the capability of launching a nuclear missile. North Korea had nuclear missiles while under the guise of a non-proliferation treaty they signed in 1994. What would make Iran any different?

Tensions between Serbia and Kosovo are escalating. As reported by AlJazeera news, “Serbia’s president … ordered the Serbian army to be on the highest level of combat readiness, that is to the level of the use of armed force,” Serbia’s Defence Minister Milos Vucevic said in a statement late on Monday."

The Kremlin supports "Serbia's attempts to protect ethnic Serbs in northern Kosovo but denied accusations that Russia was somehow stoking tensions in an attempt to sow chaos across the Balkans." According to Reuters reports.

How will Biden and his administration react to global conflict on 5 different fronts? Will he just toss more American tax dollars at our allies, or will he put our sons and daughters in harm's way to fight a war that provides no benefit to American interests?

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I think "The Biden" would go with war. He would funnel money for laundering. The bankers would fund the war putting future geberation in debt slavery via taxes. However, only Congress can declare a war, so he mat be sitting on the sidelines unless he considers it a matter of National Security. SO far, Iran, China, and North Korea has threatened the US, as well as Russia. All this is hypothetical. We are 31 trillion in debt. We can only afford to help with logistics. I honestly don't think "the Biden" will be in power when these decisions, IF these decisions, need to be made. By the time the Twitter Files are done, so much of America will have zero…

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