China Says It Will Nuke Japan Continuously If It Defends Taiwan
TAIPEI - The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) committee posted a video on July 11th threatening to 'continuously use nuclear bombs' on Japan if the country tries to intervene in a Chinese invasion on Taiwan in spite of the fact that China only possesses between 250 to 350 nuclear warheads.
The 5 minute video was created by Liujun Taolue, a CCP military commentary channel where the speaker in the video calls for continuous nuclear attacks on Japan if it tries in any way to defend Taiwan from an attack from China.
The video states that if Japan "dares to intervene with force" when the CCP "liberates" the island of Taiwan, China wage all out war with Japan and that the PLA (Peoples Liberation Army) will preempt and strike Japan with nuclear weapons first until Japan does an unconditional surrender "for the second time".
The narrator boasts that China has had 60 years of nuclear arms development and declares "we solemnly put forward the 'Japan Exception Theory'" which seems to suggest that Japan is exempted from the NFU, or "no first use" policy put forth by China in 1964.
The video also instructs viewers of various atrocities that China blames Japanese soldiers for against the Chinese people during the Sino-Japanese wars and declares that if a third war breaks out they will "take revenge for both old and new scores".
The video also states that no other country besides Japan has ever suffered a nuclear attack, so nuking Japan "will yield twice the result with half the effort".
A second video highlights China's superiority in numbers and fighting will as opposed to their Japanese counterparts. The second video also says that after they defeat Japan, China will then break Japan's four islands up into independent countries under the "supervision" of China and Russia, both of which will have military garrisons stationed there.
The second video states that Okinawa will be broken off and separated from Japan and be either managed by the CCP, or an independent country itself.