大鱼新闻 军事 3 months



Do Japanese like to talk nonsense?


First, Taiwan is a part of China anyway. If we don't help China, we won't go to help a Japanese devil, unless the Taiwanese people are brainwashed and don't know their ancestors.


Second, even if you assume this, the question should be how long these two small one can resist. Objectively speaking, where do you think their confidence came from to invade mainland China? It's the 1920s, and you Americans still think that China was vulnerable to the Qing Dynasty. The Qing Dynasty is dead (we need to look at the world from a development perspective). Don't forget that the United States was just a British colony at the beginning. To put it bluntly, China has never regarded this second-rate country as China's opponent. At most, it is only the pawn of American politicians, that is, cannon fodder.


PS: I advise you to look more at history and see problems from the perspective of development. Don't be funny or sensational like a frog in a well.


华人网友Gordon Hsu的回答

Japan cannot interfere with China's reunification of Taiwan by force. Japan has neither the ability nor the will.


1. Japan's sending troops faces the restriction of the peaceful constitution


According to the current Japanese Constitution, all Japanese military forces can only be used for self-defence. Direct military assistance to Taiwan is equivalent to a declaration of war against China. Not only China does not allow it, but other countries such as the United States cannot allow it to happen. However, it is possible for Japan to provide logistical support and so-called humanitarian assistance to the enemy in order to disgust China.


2. Japanese people are also unwilling to fight for Taiwan


What is the reason for fighting for Taiwan? Is it for freedom and democracy? On the one hand, Japan cannot gain corresponding benefits by fighting for Taiwan. On the other hand, the cruelty of war is vividly visible. Young people living in peace are not willing to fight, let alone fight for Taiwan.


Some netizens said that the reunification of Taiwan by the mainland and the control of the Taiwan Strait would affect Japan's trade channels. Taiwan is vital to Japan's life, so Japan will make a chance at all costs. If Japan is engaged in trade, you can sail freely. If you have a military plan and are malicious, even if the two sides are not united, you will still be killed to come to the Taiwan Strait.


China has the ability to smash Japan.


Japan cannot bear the consequences of military intervention in China's Taiwan Strait issue. If Japan intervenes in the Taiwan Strait, no matter the mainland or any inch of Taiwan's Chinese territory, we have reason to attack Japan. If Japan joins the war, it will definitely be given a one-time service for a century-old peace. Professor Jin Canrong of the National People's Congress predicted that within two hours, the PLA could completely destroy the US military, the Japanese Self-Defense Force and the South Korean military deployment in Asia.


Moreover, Japan's American father will not interfere with China's reunification of Taiwan by force.


So why do Taiwanese people think that Japan will use force against the mainland for Taiwan's sake?


This is related to Taiwan's current general pro-Japanese environment. Taiwanese people choose to learn foreign languages. In addition to English, 70% of them choose to learn Japanese. In addition to the United States, most places to study abroad also choose Japan. They also tend to buy things made in Japan. Taiwanese generally have a favorable impression on Japan. Some people on the Internet said that when the Kuomintang went to Taiwan, most of the Japanese did not withdraw, but remained in Taiwan. After several generations of reproduction, one third of the Taiwanese people are more or less related to the Japanese by marriage. In fact, the real reason is not so.


Taiwan is not pro-Japanese in history. In the 50 years since Taiwan was ceded to Japan, pro-Japanese has never been the mainstream of Taiwanese folk.


This is also related to the fact that many Taiwanese still live in the fantasy of Japan.


They think Japan is still very powerful. However, Japan's military and economic strength are not at the same level as the mainland.


Japan's economy has stagnated for decades, and what Japanese people think about every day is the life of being content with the status quo and having few desires. Japan has changed since the Plaza Agreement was crippled by the United States. Japan's military power is also castrated very seriously, and can only develop self-defense capability.


中国网友Callan Chua的回答

I think this issue means that other allies of either side, such as Russia, the United States or South Korea, will not intervene.


What if they fight tomorrow? I doubt that no army will land in Chinese Mainland. Instead, China can drive straight in until the Chinese army raises the banner of victory over Tokyo and Taipei, China.


Japan and Taiwan, China are far less powerful than the Chinese army. Japan has 300000 active and reserve troops. Taiwan, China has 300000 active population and 1.7 million reserve population. Chinese Mainland has 2.5 million active servicemen and 3 million reserve soldiers. Although Japan has 30 million people enlisted and Taiwan, China has 6 million people, Chinese Mainland has an astonishing 500 million people, who can be fully deployed if necessary. Japan has 600 tanks, Taiwan, China has 2000 tanks, and Chinese Mainland has 9000 tanks. Only in terms of air force can they reach a close digital parity. Chinese Mainland has 2900 aircraft, Japan has 1500 aircraft, and Taiwan, China has 900 aircraft. But China has five generations of aircraft, which can defeat ten with one.


Not to mention, China has made any invasion impossible, or at least very difficult. China has an area of 9.6 million square kilometers. About half of the countries are densely populated, or 4.8 million square kilometers. In other words, Japan and Taiwan, China of China can allocate only 0.47 people per square kilometer. In World War II, Japan deployed 4.5 million troops and another 1.5 million Huangxie troops, which only accounted for about 2 million of China's existing land. Even then, the large-scale guerrilla war also caused great damage to the Japanese army.


If Japan seriously evaluates its military capabilities, it may lead China in some economic and scientific fields, which is enough to make China sweat a little, but alliance with Taiwan, China is still not enough to give it any opportunity to invade. Seventy years ago, the United Nations military led by the United States failed, let alone the two small areas.



Once the invasion begins, the military infrastructure of Japan and Taiwan, China will be destroyed by Chinese missiles. I am not talking about nuclear missiles, but thousands of conventional cruise/short range/medium range missiles owned by China. Most of them are installed on offshore or mobile platforms, so it is almost impossible to take them out before launching.


The Chinese People's Liberation Army also has a very advanced air defense system, which benefits from decades of technical exchanges and internal development efforts of Russia in recent years. If Japan and Taiwan, China want to succeed in any invasion scenario, it is very important to gain air superiority at the beginning of the war, and this is impossible. For example, it is suggested that China's HQ-9 SAM is equipped with 305A AESA radar, which can track and shoot down stealth (but not completely stealth) targets, such as the F-35, which is just the most advanced fighter that Japan has in the foreseeable future.

中国人民解放军还拥有一套非常先进的防空系统,这得益于俄罗斯数十年的技术交流以及近年来的内部发展努力。日本和中国台湾要想在任何入侵场景中取得成功,在战争初期取得空中优势至关重要,况且这是不可能发生的。例如,有人建议,中国的HQ-9 SAM配备305A AESA雷达,能够跟踪和击落隐形(但不是完全隐形)目标,例如F-35,这恰好是日本在可预见的未来拥有的最先进的战机。

This is not the question of how long China can persist in confrontation. First of all, in front of the Chinese Mainland, the military strength of the Taiwan authorities is just a small bug, which can be easily eliminated within a few weeks or even days. Therefore, the real question here is how long Japan can wage a one-on-one war with China before crying for help from the United States.



The Chinese army is considered the third most powerful armed force in the world, after the United States and Russia.


Compare it with Japan (No. 7) and Taiwan, China (No. 18).


Japan is one of the most populous countries in the world, with 127 million people. One quarter of the Japanese live longer than 65 years old, and 50% of the population live on 2% of Japan's land. A few strategic missiles dropped in the center of several cities can destroy half of the Japanese. Those living in rural areas are where all the old people live. Bombing and aging will end Japan.


Taiwan, China has a population of only 23 million, of which 1 million to 2 million are foreigners, including a large number of people from Chinese Mainland. (In the city where I live, there are 50% more mainland people.)


One quarter of Taiwan's population is 55 years old or above. Nearly half of Taiwan's population lives in the Taipei - Keelung - Taoyuan metropolitan area; A small area in the north.


If Japan and Taiwan, China started the war, the situation would be even worse. After all, the United States will abandon them at that moment and accept their fate, and then China will have one day to defeat those idiots who think this is a good idea.


Basically, if Taiwan, China and Japan want to survive, they'd better not try to provoke or invade China.



Japan and Taiwan, China cannot invade Chinese Mainland together.


You might as well join the rest of the world, but you basically understand this. Perhaps, if you join Europeans, we will begin to talk about the large-scale promotion of the West with the help of Russia after years of preparation and construction, but in addition


China has 7 million armed personnel and a huge mechanized force. They can try to keep the Soviet Union and the United States away from Chinese territory. Large areas of land are specially equipped for strategic withdrawal. Most of them still remember the suffering caused by few Japanese. Oh, did I mention nuclear weapons? Well, nuclear weapons.


Seriously, please forgive this tone, but if militarist Japan did not do this when China was at its weakest, how should a peaceful Japan do after 80 years of China's full armed forces? In the face of a large country with nuclear weapons, 1.4 billion people, and a strategic land area as large as the Urals.


I am not saying that China is particularly powerful, but that invasion is a very bad way of war. After all, the efforts of the United States and the Soviet Union to "liberate" Afghanistan have failed.