Paper Tiger: China’s Much-Anticipated Military Action Against Taiwan Halted by Swiss Sanctions Threat Amid Pelosi’s Historic Visit

On July 30, Chinese state-run media posted an article stating that the U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan was a personal act and did not represent the U.S. government. Many see this as an attempt to downplay Pelosi’s visit after Beijing’s angry bluster.

On July 31, two days before Pelosi’s historic visit, Miles Guo, the founder of Whistleblower Movement and co-founder of the New Federal State of China (NFSC), revealed on his live streaming the reasons for the Chinese Communist Party’s sudden softening from its usual hard-line stance.

Miles Guo said that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is ready and not afraid to launch a military attack on Taiwan, but the Swiss economic sanctions are holding it back.

If Communist China invades Taiwan, Swiss will join the sanctions against the CCP by disclosing all the hidden assets of past and current leaders of the CCP in Swiss banks.

He stressed that the CCP could sacrifice one or two million soldiers in the East China Sea but would never let their corrupt assets overseas come to light.

Miles Guo also said that Pelosi was visiting Taiwan in her capacity as Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and the No. 3 official in the U.S., and was escorted by the U.S. military aircraft and aircraft carriers, so it cannot be a personal act.

Miles Guo wants the Chinese people to realize that the corrupt regime they support is a paper tiger that would rather do anything than compromise their own interests.

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