Monday, September 20, 2021

Oz a nuclear target?

Victor Zhikai Gao (高志凯) is a Chinese international relations expert and translator. He is a Director of the China National Association of International Studies and an Executive Director of Beijing Private Equity Association. He is best known for his position as the late paramount leader DEng Xiaoping's translator and currently an international expert on Chinese issues. Victor Gao is the vice president of the Center for China and Globalization.

An interview of Victor Zhikai Gao on the ABCs “China Tonight” by Stan Grant. 

The interview was quite astounding. Grant asked Gao what was his take on Australia purchasing nuclear powered subs. Gao replied that Australia, by becoming armed with “nuclear subs” (not “nuclear powered subs”) should expect to be a nuclear target.

Grant kept asking him if China would be the aggressor, to which Gao would not affirm.


  1. Many Ozzies STILL have that inferiority complex of been descendents of exported colonial convicts!

    Thus, they consciously want to forget "when been criticised first look inward to what have u done" mental blockage!

  2. No surprise if 5000 yo Bully threaten to nuke Oz. They oredy threaten to nuke Yapan.

    China threatens to nuke Japan if country intervenes in Taiwan conflict
    They vowed to never use a nuclear weapon first but tensions have risen and a new threatening video targets one country in particular.
    Jamie Seidel
    July 19, 2021

    “We will use nuclear bombs first. We will use nuclear bombs continuously. We will do this until Japan declares unconditional surrender for the second time,” a threatening video circulated among official Chinese Communist Party channels warns.

    “When we liberate Taiwan, if Japan dares to intervene by force – even if it only deploys one soldier, one plane or one ship – we will not only return fire but also wage full-scale war against Japan itself.”

    Tensions between Tokyo and Beijing have spiked high in recent weeks.

    Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso said: “We must defend Taiwan, under our alliance with the US”.

    Defence Minister Yasuhide Nakayama added Japan and the US must “protect Taiwan as a democratic country”.

    This was not what Beijing wanted to hear.

    1. Wakakakakaka…

      How much more lies blurred mfers, like u, intend to propagate to fear mongerings?