by John D. Guandolo
General Mike Minihan, the U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Commander, recently told officers in his command to prepare for war with China by 2025. The internal memo’s veracity was confirmed by an Air Mobility Command’s spokesman.
A few months ago, the Assistant Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps told a military audience he expects war with China by 2027 or sooner.
In March 2021, the Commander of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, Admiral Philip Davidson told a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing that China’s true threat will manifest in six (6) years or 2027.
Yet, America is not on a war footing. Far from it.
America’s leaders on both sides of the aisle act as if it is business as usual. There has been no move towards Civil Defense at the state or local levels.
As the threats to America grow along many lines of operation, America’s leaders still cannot get gender right.
Local communities must organize and prepare for the storms that are upon us and the ones that are coming.
Knowing they were taking islands in the Philippine chain of islands over a decade ago should have been the first clue.