Is Corona causing World War III?

Following the United States and its European allies, Australia has now announced that it will continue its investigation against China

Following the United States and its European allies, Australia has now announced that it will continue its investigation against China

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After its European allies, the United States and Australia have now announced that they will continue their investigation against China. Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne has warned China about economic repression. According to a foreign broadcaster, Cheng Jingye, the Chinese ambassador to Australia, told a newspaper that the Chinese people could ignore Australian products and universities. Australia last week called on all WHO members to independently review the creation and spread of the coronavirus, but the Chinese Foreign Ministry rejected the offer. Cheng Jingye said that the general public might ask why we drink Australian wine or eat Australian beef. He said it was possible for tourists to think twice before coming to Australia. “Parents of students will also consider whether this is the best place to send their children,” he said.

It should be noted that after energy exports, education and tourism are Australia’s largest export industries, with China being the largest market. Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne said in a statement that Australia had demanded in principle an independent review of the coronavirus epidemic that had spread from the Chinese city of Wuhan. “We reject the proposal for economic repression on such a demand and we need international co-operation at this time,” he said. “An honest assessment of the epidemic will strengthen the role of the World Health Organization.”

Today, the world’s two largest military and economic powers are at loggerheads over the coronavirus. On the other hand, Arab rivalries in the Middle East are now coming to the fore, and at any moment, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates could face each other. The reason is the war in Yemen and the oil of Aden. That is to say, it remains to show the spark, and then no one is aware of the consequences of what will happen. Minor regional conflicts in the world caused the First and Second World Wars.

World War I was not the result of an accident. The decision by Austria to invade Serbia on June 28, 1914 in retaliation for the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, a member of the royal family, led to war. Austria and Hungary’s position in the Balkan region was weakening and they resorted to war. But for the war against Serbia, Austria and Hungary needed the support of Germany, and then Austria’s unconditional support for Germany led to this war. Both Austria and Germany knew that in the event of an invasion of Serbia, Russia would support Serbia, and then this war would not be a local war but a European war, and then everything went according to plan.

On September 1, 1939, World War II began, which changed the whole world map. This war divided many parts of the world. Ethnic, religious, extremism was promoted during this war. This war lasted from 1939 to 1945. In this war, millions of people were killed and wounded. The war ended when the United States dropped atomic bombs on two Japanese cities, Nagasaki and Hiroshima. The atomic bombings wreaked havoc and the effects of US nuclear strikes on those cities still linger. This was the first and last use of nuclear weapons in the world.

World War II the reasons for this start are similar to World War I. There is only a slight change in the script. Two days after Germany invaded Poland on September 1, 1939, Britain and France declared war on Germany. When Germany invaded Poland, it took the position that thousands of Germans were being persecuted in Poland, and that their lifespans were shortened. The United Kingdom had given an ultimatum to Germany to suspend military operations in Poland, but on September 3, Britain and France declared war on Germany, and Australia and New Zealand joined them.

South Africa joined the alliance on September 6, and Canada joined on September 10. These Western allies launched a naval blockade of Germany with the aim of undermining Germany’s military efforts and economy. On September 8, German troops arrived in the vicinity of the Polish capital, Warsaw, and were besieged. After the ceasefire with Japan on September 17, 1939, Russia invaded East Poland. On September 27, Warsaw troops surrendered to German forces. Poland’s government-in-exile established an underground state and at the same time launched a resistance movement. This shows that despite the military defeat, the Polish government did not lay down its arms. Germany occupied the central part of Poland.

Russia annexed the eastern part of Poland. Small parts of the Polish territory were transferred to Lithuania and Slovakia. On October 6, Hitler sought peace with Britain and France, but also said that Poland would be occupied by Germany and Russia. The proposal was rejected, after which Hitler announced immediate action against France, but due to bad weather, the action was postponed until the spring of 1940. In June 1940, the Soviet Union forcibly annexed Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. In addition, the Soviet Union annexed the disputed territories of Romania, during which the process of political reconciliation and economic cooperation between the Nazis and Russia gradually came to a halt, and the two states began preparing for war.

In April 1940, Germany also invaded Denmark and Norway. Denmark was captured within hours, while Norway took two months to conquer. On May 10, 1940, former military commander and war minister Wilston Churchill was elected Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. On the same day, Germany invaded France, after which Germany turned its attacks on Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg, which were still neutral in the war. In December 1940, US President Rose Welt accused Hitler of wanting to conquer the world. The turning point in World War II came when Germany invaded Russia and the United States did not jump into the war.

Russian leader Joseph Stalin announced that every Russian would come out to thwart the Nazis. In the Battle of Stalingrad, Russians came out of every house. Millions of people were killed in this battle. There is no doubt that the Battle of Stalingrad was the biggest battle fought to protect the homeland in which Germany was defeated. Japan then attacked the US naval base at Pearl Harbor and destroyed countless US warships there, prompting the United States to jump into the fray, with allies including the United States, Britain and Russia. On the other side were Germany, Italy and Japan. In 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Japan, killing nearly 200,000 people. Then the war ended. After the war, the United States and Russia emerged as new superpowers. The US-influenced bloc came to be called the capitalist bloc, while the Russian-influenced countries became the communist bloc.

Russia suffered the heaviest losses in World War II, but the United States took credit for the victory. The role of Russia has been overlooked in many Hollywood films about World War II. The war has changed the face of the world and the effects of the war are still being felt. The question is, in the presence of thousands of the world’s most powerful nuclear-chemical biological weapons, can the world afford a third world war? In these circumstances, no one knows when a small spark will consume the whole world, so the world’s military and economic powers must exercise restraint and find a negotiated solution, because no one will be the winner of World War III.


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