According to the GateWayPundit, leaked audio revealed that the Chinese military hosted a meeting in May 2022 to plan an invasion of Taiwan and the South China Sea.

The audio reveals that China’s key goals are to smash Taiwan and achieve victory in a decisive battle in the South China Sea.

The meeting responds to an order from the Central Military Commission of the State Council in Beijing on “transitioning to a wartime system.”

Senior military officers of the Guangdong Military Region of the Southern Command and the key officers in Guangdong Province, and the regional Chinese Communist Party committee joined the meeting.

The scope of discussion focused on command and control during wartime. The officers particularly talked over 3 main areas: establishing a military-civilian joint mobilization command and control, setting up wartime procedures, and preparing for wartime command and control.

They also discussed how to coordinate their forces in the Taiwan Strait and the South China Sea.

The meeting provided details that massive resources from Guangdong province could be mobilized for the battle. The mobilized resources include hundreds of thousands of military personnel, warships, aircraft, trains, airports, among others.

Mover, China’s military wants to use the Covid control measures for wartime to control social and production order to meet its wartime goals.

In addition, the military-political commissar from Guangdong Military Region has been ordered to mobilize both oversea domestic business assets, including those from the Belt and Road Initiative, and high tech firms to support the war.

However, recently Director of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) William Burns has said that China’s leaders have to reconsider the costs and consequences if it wants to invade Taiwan.

On May 11, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines told the Senate Armed Services Committee that China plans to build a military capable of taking over Taiwan by 2030.

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