Has the Time Come for China to Take Taiwan?

by: Brent Smith

It’s well established that all communist regimes are liars, and one of the most dishonest is the Communist Chinese Government. But they are also bullies. And we know bullies tend to only pick on who they perceive to be weak.

It’s why they did little more than saber-rattling during the Trump presidency. They knew Trump was no withering violet and he would have little tolerance if the Chi-coms pushed too hard.

They have been threatening to establish Taiwan as being part of China, just as they did with Hong Kong. And they have been patiently biding their time just waiting for the opportunity to claim what they say is rightfully theirs. read more

WND Exclusive – China’s conquest of the Caribbean

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

Forget Russia, Iran or North Korea. China is infinitely more dangerous and now firmly entrenched right next door.

Back in 2012, Sleepy Joe Biden famously, or infamously, said, “They’re going to put you all back in chains.”

It was during the 2012 presidential election race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.

We know that didn’t happen. Romney lost and black Americans didn’t end up in chains. read more

Somethings Eating at Me

While millions of people wonder if their money is safe in a bank, one woman was faced with her money disappearing altogether.

The culprit? Hordes of hungry termites.

The Taiwanese woman’s safe might well have been blast and fire proof, but it could not protect her money from the insects.

The tiny creatures somehow got into her safe and munched their way through $51,000.00 in cash.

She had spent eight years saving the money so she could study abroad.

She turned to Taiwan’s Investigation Bureau to help her exchange her bundles of damaged notes for new ones after she found the piles of cash she stored in her safe had been eaten by the termites.

However, forensic experts only managed to piece together a quarter of the notes from the piles of shredded paper.

 The woman, identified only by her surname Chen, who graduated from a Taipei university last year, was originally going to spend the money to study aboard, according to the Chinese-language Apple Daily.

It took her eight years of hard work to come up with the money which she stored at a safe in her house. This April, Chen found that termites had eaten most of the piles of cash in the safe.

She later sought out the Investigation Bureau for help after a bank refused to honor the bills.

They were sent to the bureau’s forensic unit for further examination. They will be honored based on the number of bills the experts succeed in restoring.

The bureau urged people to put their money in banks to avoid similar incidents from happening again.

Attribution: Daily Mail, China Post