Wednesday, November 30, 2011
CHINA BUILDS UP MILITARY, NAVAL, AIR, AND EXTRATERRESTRIAL CAPABILITIES, WHILE FEEDING WARS ALONG THE HIMALYAS AND SOUTHEAST ASIA.
TIBET, SIANKIANG, AFGHANISTAN, PAKISTAN, KASHMIR: DANGEROUS TIMES AHEAD.
What does this have to do with Israel? Only that Israel must raise a voice of warning and not remain solely focused on it's own neighborhood.
This is not to trivialize the significance of what is happening in the Middle East. There is so much happening in the Middle East, what with the Arab "Awakening" [as it is now being called] and the threats from Iran and Turkey.
Perhaps it is time to pluck out China's "eye(s) in the sky" and to punch a few holes under North Korean and Chinese naval vessels (especially China's new atomic aircraft carrier) -- just enough "accidental" damage to encourage China to scale down it's imperialism and persecutions.
Tibet and Siankiang especially have suffered too much already. I pray (and Israel should) pray for increased spiritual strength to the Dalai Lama, who every day seeks to prevent full-scale violence from erupting in Tibet. Tibetan monks are immolating themselves, an alarm projected similarly decades ago by Buddhist monks in Vietnam as Vietnam was being torn apart. Caught between a relentless China and the prospect of full-scale war, Tibet deserves the spiritual and political attention of the world to prevent worst-case scenarios from occurring to Tibet -- and to China.
At the close of World War Two, the USA, Britain, and France should have protected Vietnam from China and Russia. Instead these Allies forced Vietnam into civil war and fully into the arms of Russia and China, simultaneously leaving China free to invade Tibet. Today the great "Wall" of China is the Himalayas, which are aflame in a circle of war from Korea to Siankiang to Afghanistan to Pakistan to Kashmir to Nepal to Southeast Asia. These are largely proxy wars between China and the West. These wars may come to a swift conclusion -- even the AF-PAK crisis, if China realizes that it has already overcooked it's own rice.
China has much to learn and much to gain -- spiritually and materially -- from Tibet. If China takes it's cue from the Dalai Lama and lays down it's war mongering, then full-scale war may yet avoid both Tibet and China.