Whether it’s tolerance of North Korea’s deadly attacks against South Korea, the threat to invade Taiwan, the claim of sovereignty over the entirety of the South China Sea, or the 3,000-mile tunnel system capable of withstanding a nuclear attack, it is obvious China holds a dagger behind its back (“Inside China: PLA says war with U.S. imminent,” Web, Wednesday).
Yes, indeed, true colors always shine through. But if China makes good on its threats, we won’t be able to say we weren’t warned.
West Jefferson, Ohio
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