China’s military channels make constant threats of nuclear bombings against Japan if it interferes with Taiwan. Photo/REUTERS
BEIJING – A military channel China released a threatening video nuclear bombing persistently against Japan to the point of unconditional surrender if Tokyo interferes in Beijing’s “liberation” of Taiwan.
The threat appeared in the military channel video “Liu Jun Tao Lue” with a duration of 2 minutes and 14 seconds.
Quoting EurAsian Times, Friday (22/9/2023), the video was originally uploaded to social media X by journalist Jennifer Zeng on September 17 2023.
The journalist is a member of the International Press Association and has more than 240,000 followers on the X platform.
“The Chinese military channel stated that if Japan dared to intervene in the ‘liberation’ of Taiwan carried out by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), then the CCP would abandon its previous commitment not to start using nuclear weapons. They argued that this was an outdated promise. “Instead, the CCP threatened to launch continuous nuclear attacks against Japan until Japan surrenders unconditionally. While these threats may have no military basis, they shed light on the CCP’s mindset,” the journalist wrote in a lengthy caption for a video post from Chinese military channel.
Jennifer Zeng informed that the military channel “Liu Jun Tao Lue” which translates to “Wisdom and Strategy for the Six Armies” had produced the video.
He also noted that the channel has 2.47 million followers on the Chinese video sharing site “Xi Gua Videos”.
The video has been removed from the internet by the relevant authorities.
But Jennifer Zeng noted in another post on the X platform that the video, which has since been deleted, was reposted by an official and verified account of the CCP Political and Legal Committee in Baoding City, Hebei Province, China.