Israel: The new power in Southeast Asia

Taiwan Israel Flags

Taiwan Israel Flags


Few disguised blessings are less disguised than Israel. One article uses a map to explain the strength that one small country has against Statist Islam. Israel is all that stands between the West and the Middle East, the East and the Middle East, the North and the Middle East, and the South and the Middle East—and Israel is right in the middle.

Looking at modern geography, it’s no wonder God chose Israel and no question what God chose Israel for. I don’t think even the thick-skulled Americans could stand against such opposition with such a small plot of land. Israel was chosen to protect the world, and for good reason.

There is a similar country in the Pacific: Taiwan. It’s about double the size of Israel and has the second-most dense population in the world—including the mountains that occupy 3/4 of its land! China hates this small island almost as much as Statist Islam hates Israel. Beijing has shown the world how afraid Communism is of one, small, free people by aiming 2,000 missiles at the island. Were it not for this island, those missiles might have pointed toward Vietnam and Milan and launched years ago. But they didn’t because of one small island.

The two have lot in common, Israel and Taiwan. But they haven’t known much about each other, at least until recently. Taiwan has been in Western news more and more as of late. This week, the Hamas attack on Israel made headlines in Taiwan.

If Taiwan and Israel learn about each other—if the world learns about their similar and complex relationship to the United States and the West—both the Communists and the Islam Statists will see their problems quadrupled. In battle, one should never let the enemy know what one fears. But that is what Beijing and Islam have done. The worst thing for Beijing and Islam is that their two, small, powerful enemies become friends. And that is also starting to happen. Why?

One week ago, Hamas attacked Israel. Online Gamers might call Israel a “tank”. All the surrounding enemies can blast it as much as they want, yet Israel sustains little to no damage. Hamas didn’t help their cause. They simply woke up Taiwan. Their attack against Israel, this week, is another blessing—a little more disguised, but not by much.

As an artistic, trivial side note, the people of Taiwan and Israel have another thing in common: They don’t like the symbols on their flags. It is also interesting that the sunburst symbol has a history with Israel, with reference to Egypt where they were enslaved 400 years. And, Israel’s converging triangles have thousands of years in history with Eastern religions and appear all over East Asia, including Taiwan. So, that’s another thing the two have in common: they dislike their symbols on their flags and each of them has a history with the other’s symbol. Maybe they’d be happy to swap… Whatever.

Of all the news in East Asia, Israeli news in Taiwan is the most significant. It doesn’t suggest any military alliance, though it’s foreseeable. It doesn’t suggest any change in US or Western policy, though it’s foreseeable. It doesn’t suggest that Beijing or Islam will get any smarter, though that’s quite not foreseeable. But it does tell us that the people are learning about each other. Knowledge has a longer reach than rockets and friendship is stronger than missile defense. The people are learning. That means peace, which is bad news for those powerful nations who have targeted two of the smallest nations in the world.

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    Israel: The new power in Southeast Asia


  2. Are Islam and Beijing against Israel? That’s a pretty broad statement, which also doesn’t include the people against violations of human rights. Israel sterilized its Ethiopian citizens without their consent. Israel willingly slaughters thousands of Palestinian civilians to further their agenda. As the UN classifies it, Israel is not a country but an occupied territory that is a symbol of neocolonialism and, heartbreakingly, a place of forced birth control for citizens who aren’t the desired race. Zionism is just as extreme and immoral as any other terrorist organisation. It’s not very surprising that Israel seems immune to injury, they get billions of dollars in aid. They just have western support, just like Idi Amin did.
    Innocent people are dying in Palestine, oh…I forgot that’s freedom and blessings for first world justice.


    • As an Antisemite, you finally got to the point in the 6th sentence. That is pretty quick, I give you. Usually Antisemitic nonsense just filibusters all day. Do you just look for articles on Jews to bash all day in front of your computer screen? Your first sentence shows that you only skimmed: I never said Beijing was against Israel… But you might be right on that one. I’ll keep an eye out for Antisemitic activity from China, now that you mention it.

      It appears that, even if Islam is not against Israel, not only would that be a news flash, but then at least you would, in fact, be against Israel. So, I’m not sure what your opening point was. Perhaps you support those who don’t want Israel to have a place to exist, yet you want the world to think that you and they don’t think that. Shrouding dark purposes with pretentious questions is an old tactic.

      For the rest of my response I refer to the linked article at the beginning. That already rebuts every pathetic point you make.

      I’m normally respectful of comments. But any other Antisemitic comments will be rightly marked as spam. Say, “Thank you,” patternsforme. I gave you the fair voice that you want to deny Israel. I won’t give it again.


      • Anti-israel does not equal anti-semtic.
        I also have very strong views about Uganda’s anti-homosexual policies but that does not make me racist, anti-african or anti-ugandan. So lets not try to throw unfounded claims around.
        As for the things I read well it’s news and fiction. My news tends to lean on the more unbiased side. However, I do like to look at stories from all angles. It’s called being broadly read and well informed on current affairs. Call it a hobby, which is why I subscribed to chinadailymail in the first place.

        Sorry to disappoint you but I label myself firmly under the pro human rights category. Like, all no matter what everybody should feel safe and have a life without war and no matter your income you have a right to your family kinda thing. I actually feel like I value human life.

        This article was about freedom right? Your vision on freedom. Were having a balanced conversation is slurring someones very valid opinion, given Israeli defense service very tawdry history, and just insult them. Let’s not forget about friendship! Where countries should exchange army’s not language, art or culture or……anything…..or did I miss the point again, sorry how silly of me?

        Opposing the genocidal imperialism of the state of Israel on the Palestinian people is not the same as religious discrimination, and nor is it motivated by it. It’s motivated by the acknowledgment of the fact that Palestinians are in fact people, and are just as deserving of the right to live without persecution as any other person on this planet.

        Feel free to label this reply however you feel comfortable xxx


      • That’s a little better. Don’t agree on everything, but great discussion. It’s interesting that you saw a “freedom” theme in the article. Thanks.



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