WW III on the Horizon: China Orders Citizens to Prepare for People’s War at Sea


Following the July 12th 2016 ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague, that the People’s Republic of China’s nine-dash-line claim in the South China Sea, and its land reclamation activities on islets are invalid and unlawful, the Chinese Defense Minister, Chang Wanquan has urged his country’s citizens to prepare for what he described as the people’s war at sea.

The Philippines had drag China to the PCA over the territory. However, despite the ruling in favor of the Philippines, China has vowed to take all necessary measures available to protect its sovereignty over the area, revealing that it had the right to set up an air defense zone on the sea.

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Mr Wanquan reportedly made the statement while inspecting military installations in China’s eastern coastal province of Zhejiang. The Defense Minister said the Chinese public should be educated about national defense issues, because the country’s sovereignty and its territorial integrity are at risk.

According to China’s state-run news agency Xinhua, Wanquan also warned of offshore security threats, and the need to acknowledge the gravity of risk to China’s national security. He further charged the entire security apparatus of the country, including the military, police, together with citizens to prepare for mobilization to defend their national sovereignty and territorial integrity.

According to commentators, China has a strong belief that the United States instigated the Philippines to dispute the South China Sea, so that the United States could take advantage and exploit the area for its benefit.

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The Business Insider reports that apart from maritime traffic advantage of the South China Sea, in addition, the area has proven oil reserves estimated up to seven billion barrels, and 900 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. China’s estimate of the oil reserves in the area, is far higher than what we know. The Chinese estimate stands at 130 billion barrels of oil. China, therefore believes all these belong to the Chinese nation, without any dispute.

Already, China has deployed warship and nuclear bombers to the South China Sea, close to the disputed area. The Free Thought Project confirms that hundreds of ships and submarines from all three fleets of China’s People’s Liberation Army conducted extensive live ammunition drills in the country’s East, North, and South Seas as a show of offensive and defensive capabilities.

This military exercise is said to show as a proof of the country’s resolve not to capitulate to the ruling of the PCA. A statement from the Chinese Navy said the drill was aimed at honing the assault intensity, precision, stability and speed of troops amid heavy electronic influences, revealing that an information technology-based war at sea is sudden, cruel and short, which requires a fast transition to combat status, quick transition and high assault efficiency.

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According to Chinese anonymous source, this military exercise is the beginning of a wider and longer exercise in the disputed area. In fact, China is planning to conduct joint naval drills with its ally, Russia, in a yet-to-be disclosed location, in September. However, many observers suspect that the drill is likely to take place in the disputed area.

On August 2nf 2016, China’s Supreme Court issued a regulation urging the country to take all necessary measures available to protect its territorial waters.

“People’s courts will actively exercise jurisdiction over China’s territorial waters, support administrative departments to legally perform maritime management duties, equally protect the legal rights of Chinese and foreign parties involved and safeguard Chinese territorial sovereignty and maritime interests,” the regulation stated.

According to the Global China Times the assertion by some United States pundits that their country will defeat China, if the two countries engage in military conflict, is completely false. The Times claims China can boast of a 2.3 million-strong army, adding that China would not like to start a military conflict with the United States, unless the United States shows extreme provocation in the disputed area.

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The Time wrote in an editorial: “China doesn’t want wars, a war with the United States in particular. The only possible scenario for a Sino-United States war is that the United States corners China on its doorstep with unacceptable provocations and China has to fight back. We will be very prudent about going to war, but if a war is triggered, we will have greater determination than the United States to fight it to the end and we can endure more losses than the United States.”

Meanwhile, despite these developments, the United States is busily upgrading its several military bases in the Philippines. The United States is also planning on increasing its presence in the disputed area. It has conducted military exercises close to the disputed area in the past.

The United States claims it is doing so to ensure freedom of navigation in the South China Sea. But observers see this as something that could provoke China to confront the United States militarily, which could lead to a wider conflict, possibly, World War III.

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  1. The Chinese continue to flex their muscles and pull in their friends the Russians who have lost the power struggle with fall of the former Soviet Union. United they stand and divided they fall. The Chinese do not have rights over the Philippines nor Malaysia and as such they should be forced to move their so called territorial claim. This is now yet another once was clam piece of the planet looking like a future combat zone. This will continue as the worlds population grows and resources become more and more limited. Today it is fuel tomorrow it will be food!

  2. Too much detail. It’s simple as it can be. The dragon has come out of it’s cave. The ones who entered the dragon’s den in the first place, are now preparing to kill it. But this dragon is an ancient one. One that already survived for over 3000 years now. The lion and the eagle, are no match for this ancient force of wisdom.

    Indo-China isn’t called “Indo/ China” for nothing?! The regions, which are subject, on this matter, are the ares, where the chinese pirates were stationed. For over 2000 years, these regions have been unstable.

    The only difference between back then and now is, that in the early days, it was asian, against asian. There were many colonies, created and destroyed. And now there’s another new player in town. And this one, also.. doesn’t belong in those regions.

    What do you think, will happen… in the long term? LULZ

    Let’s get real and take all the crap out.. Than you just have a bunch of humans, trying to stick each other’s eyes out. The reasons don’t even matter anymore. Although a lot of innocent people will get hurt, in the process.


    • dude., no more chinese for you. be realistic? no one would start a war like that. imagine if china and USA will start to launch missiles and use nuclear weapons? all your dreams gone. let the gov’t handle it. we will see were it goes. for lets just pray for peace.

  3. If you want to see why some nations, like China are historically rich while smaller neighbors are poor look no further then this domination attitude on display now by China. … all the resources and everything good is ours…if it takes money to make money this leaves the smaller nations poor forever. China’s attitude, we base our claim on our ability to screw these people in the past?


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