But Taiwan is timid. Although it is now the best moment for Taiwan to restore relations with the US and possibly return to the United Nations, the Tsai Ing-wen government is very cautious to withstand the initial wave of attacks by the increasingly desperate mainland regime, which may cost, according to a dismayed estimation, hundreds of thousands of casualties.
The advisory team of China experts to the US government has always advocated the restoration of diplomatic relations between Taiwan and the United States, to force Beijing to fire the first shot. This then will need the military intervention of the United States, Japan and Australia to resolve the CCP regime's ambitious aggression, once and for all.
If Xi's Communist Party makes an error of judgment and refuses to budge, the possibility of establishing diplomatic relations between Taiwan and the United States will greatly increase.
I was tipped off that Professor Miles Yu, Chief Advisor for China Policy Planning to the US Secretary of State, made a low key visit to Taiwan regarding this matter.
Therefore, the 2020 US presidential election is related not only to the US, but more to the whole global destiny. If Trump wins, yesterday's demise of the Soviet Union will be the CCP's tomorrow. If Biden wins, I believe the neo-Cold War between China and the United States will highly likely lose momentum, and the CCP will be relieved and continue to push forward to eventually defeat the US and rule the world.
I hope that Australia will continue to stand firm with the United States to join the coalition of justice of democracies at this critical moment in international politics, until the CCP regime is completely defeated and the more advanced (albeit flawed) systems of democracy prevail.
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Dr Chin Jin is a maverick, activist, campaigner, essayist, freelancer,
researcher and organizer with the vision to foresee a new post-Chinese
Communist regime era that will present more cooperatively, more
constructively and more appropriately to the Asia Pacific region and
even the world.