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Di Leo: Destruction in Ukraine, and the Conflict to Come



Port and city of Kaohsiung Taiwan

By John F. Di Leo - 

For three weeks now, the world has watched the Russian war machine move into Ukraine. We have witnessed the shelling of cities and towns; we have seen crowds of women and children fleeing the country to escape.

We have watched hospitals, business districts, and apartment buildings emptied of people, emptied of vehicles; their storefronts destroyed, their windows blown out.

It’s a war zone. That’s what war zones look like. And if our hearts bleed for these refugees, then that’s as it should be. Our hearts should care.

But that’s not where our minds should be.

Our minds should be half a planet away, on the coast of Mainland China, and the little economic powerhouse just off its shore: the island of Taiwan, Republic of China (R.O.C.).

More, in the American Thinker, here:

(photo: city and port of Kaohsiung, Taiwan, R.O.C., American Thinker)


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