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  • China threatens to nuke Japan

  • Continuously

  • If Japan defends Taiwan

  • Welcome to China Uncensored, I'm Chris Chappell.

  • Last week, I told you Japan's deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso said Japan would go to war

  • if China invaded Taiwan.

  • By the way, that episode was not only demonetized, but age-restricted.

  • Which was a shame because it got 1.5 million views before YouTube decided to kill it.

  • The reason I bring this up is because there's a nonzero chance the same thing could happen

  • with today's episode.

  • Since China has responded to Japan's threat.

  • By saying it will nuke Japan.

  • And I'm able to bring you this story despite YouTube shenanigans thanks to the support

  • of everyone watching who contributes to China Uncensored on the crowd funding website Patreon.

  • Join us in the fight to expose the Chinese Communist Party to the world with as little

  • as a dollar per episode on Patreon.com/ChinaUncensored.

  • So with the show's basic survival out of the way, here's the story.

  • Right after this quick commercial break.

  • Just kidding, I'm not going to bother this time.

  • So China has threatened not only to nuke Japan if it defends Taiwan.

  • They threatened to continuously nuke Japan if they send even just one soldier.

  • Here's the video.

  • When we liberate Taiwan, if Japan dares to intervene by force, even if it only deploys

  • one soldier, one plane, and one ship, we will not only return reciprocal fire, but also

  • start a full scale war against Japan.

  • We will use nuclear bombs first.

  • We will use nuclear bombos continuously, until Japan declares unconditional surrender for

  • the second time.

  • Now, when the Chinese Communist Party first developed nuclear weapons, they promised never

  • to use them against a country that doesn't have nukes.

  • They said they wouldunconditionally refrain from using or threatening to use nuclear weapons

  • against non-nuclear-weapon states or nuclear-weapon-free zones.”

  • Japan doesn't have nukes.

  • But I guess the Chinese regime is making an exception.

  • The video was first posted to a video sharing platform called Xigua.

  • Xigua by the way is owned by Bytedance, the same Chinese company that owns TikTok.

  • The video was posted by a military commentary channel, “approved by the CCP and with close

  • ties to the People's Liberation Army.”

  • Which wouldn't have been such a big deal.

  • People say all kinds of idiot things on the internet.

  • I should know.

  • But then it started getting shared and reposted by local Chinese Communist Party committees.

  • So this went from being a video posted by some quack on the internet, to being a message

  • approved by the Chinese Communist Party.

  • Of course, since this was posted by local Party committees, the Central government has

  • plausible deniability.

  • Was this just some local Party official getting a tad too patriotic?

  • Or is this a message the Chinese Communist Party wants to send Japan?

  • Like I said, plausible deniability.

  • Now after this became international news, the original video was deleted.

  • Obviously not before everyone made copies.

  • The channel also posted a second video that talks about how China should invade Japan

  • and the aftermath of the nuclear war.

  • It was also deleted.

  • The video suggests that China and Russia should simultaneously attack Japan, while North Korea

  • might want to use the opportunity to also invade South Korea.

  • And after they've completely destroyed Japan as a country, China will break up Japan's

  • four main islands into four independent countries under the supervision of China and Russia.

  • We certainly have a lot to look forward to in a world dominated by the Chinese Communist

  • Party.

  • But in a twisted way, the CCP is actually making the argument for Japan.

  • When Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso said Japan would fight if China invaded Taiwan, he was

  • arguing a Chinese invasion of Taiwan would threaten the survival of Japan.

  • Yeah, kind of sounds like it.

  • Of course you could say, Chris you're just some idiot on the internet who's blowing

  • this way out of proportion.

  • It's not like this was an official video!

  • Right, it's not like last year, when the People's Liberation army released this highly

  • produced video showing an attack on the US air force base in Guam.

  • Huh, I wonder if we should actually listen to what the CCP is saying about attacking

  • all of us.

  • Naw, probably should still invest in Chinese bonds.

  • And now, as a thank you to fans who keep this show alive by contributing on Patreon, I'll

  • answer one of their questions.

  • JasCam asks, “Chris, would appreciate your thoughts on whether an internal revolution

  • (aka Poland) or an international set of actions (aka South Africa) have the best chance of

  • bringing the CCP down?”

  • Now that's something I think about a lot.

  • It's a really good question.

  • So on the one hand, the US still has tremendous leverage over the Chinese Communist Party.

  • The Party is desperate for US dollars.

  • Recently I did a full episode about that.

  • I'll put a link in the description.

  • Basically, without access to US dollars, the Communist Party collapses.

  • Which is why the Party is desperately trying to create its own international financial

  • system based on a digital currency.

  • Eventually the US will lose this leverage.

  • And sadly, it seems like the US elite are too invested in China.

  • It would require completely decoupling the US and Chinese economy.

  • They don't want to do that.

  • And so likely, someday in the not too distant future, China will decouple its economy from

  • ours when they no longer need us.

  • So how about an internal revolution?

  • It's hard to know exactly how people inside China feel about the Chinese regime, for obvious

  • reasons.

  • Certainly if the Party couldn't promise economic prosperity, people would rise up.

  • But that also depends on what the West does.

  • The Party has been pushing 30 years of patriotic education to brainwash the youth of China.

  • It's been pretty successful.

  • But the Party is also riddled with factional infighting, corruption, and an incredibly

  • shaky economy.

  • What I think will ultimately happen is these internal problems will cause the collapse

  • of the Chinese Communist Party.

  • And any Western country still tied to the Chinese regime will suffer greatly for it.

  • Thanks for your question and your support JasCam.

  • And thank you for watching.

  • As you can see, your support is so critical for us to be able to continue making China

  • Uncensored.

  • So if you can, head over to Patreon.com/ChinaUncensored to learn how you can help.

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  • Once again I'm Chris Chappell.

  • See you next time.

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