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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP07 Sep 2020 9:36 p.m. PST

"The Second Chinese Civil War was a massive armed conflict fought between the government of China and the Confederate military forces. The war lasted from 2024 when shots were fired at Beijing and ended in September oof 2026 after the Second Battle of Beijing and the establishment of the Confederacy.

Prior to the start of the civil war, China had been crippled with a collapsed economy, almost no industry jobs, and constant riots and looting in the streets. Sector 4 had been keeping the peace but the Chinese regime was weak and crippled and could do very little. Soon an insurrection would errupt down in Central China calling for the establishment of a Confederacy but the government did nothing to stop riots. Soon the government of China had began to grow worrysome after they saw different flags flying over major cities both industrial and military and had replaced the national flag. The most iconic flag was the one of a newly declared Confederacy and resulted in a military response. The response was easily cancelled after Peo-Confederate Chinese Separatists had opened fired on the Chinese President and killed over 8 officials and 16 military guards and injured both the President and the Premier officially starting the war.

Following the failed attack on the President, China had began to send its forces deep into Central China where the Separatists had delcared their new state. The PLA ground troops had expected a quick victory but came under heavy fire and were pushed back pratically immediatly. Government Forces and troops were being massacred as Confederate military outposts and snipers had cut down the government forces and had immediatly won their first victory. The next attempt was also shot down as PLA Air Forces were pushed back by SAM Turrents under Confederate controled regions and had prevented bombing runs on major cities important to the Confederacy. Government Forces had very little victories and instead relied on a civilian national militia to fight for what government forces couldn't do…"
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Pan Marek08 Sep 2020 7:01 a.m. PST

Pure fantasy.

Personal logo Legion 4 Supporting Member of TMP08 Sep 2020 8:03 a.m. PST

IMO it would be a good think if it happens … albeit unlikely …

Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP08 Sep 2020 12:32 p.m. PST

Ficction is not bad…


Rudysnelson08 Sep 2020 4:09 p.m. PST

I watched the Tinemein Square (sp) event at an undisclosed location via live raw satellite feed. What was fired out by the major news networks was the tremendous restraint displayed by the Chinese military.
Protesters used long canes to beat on soldiers trying to escape their stuck BRDM and then burned them alive. Truck drivers being shot by snipers as they tried to enter the area.
More examples occurred before responding.
Bottom liine is that they learne from the square and will not delay before responding to violence with force.

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