Chinese Horn Prepares for Nuclear War: Revelation 16

China’s new Jin-class nuclear-powered submarine Long March 10. Beijing’s military spending has surged in the past decade and it has flexed its muscles in the Asia-Pacific region
China’s new Jin-class nuclear-powered submarine Long March 10. Beijing’s military spending has surged in the past decade and it has flexed its muscles in the Asia-Pacific regionMARK SCHIEFELBEIN/GETTY IMAGES

China should be ready to make first nuclear strike, says envoy

Beijing should abandon its promise not to be the first to use nuclear weapons in a war, in response to the growing alliances in the region against it, according to a former senior diplomat with close ties to the government.

Before leaders of Pacific nations meet in Washington today for a gathering denounced by China as a “mini Nato”, Sha Zukang said its long-standing promise should be revised, because of the US’s growing military presence in East Asia and the new strategic partnerships forming there.

“The unconditional no first use is not suitable . . . unless China-US negotiations agree that neither side would use [nuclear weapons] first, or the US will no longer take any passive measures to undermine the effectiveness of China’s strategic

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