By INS Contributors

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--The West, through Asian bloggers and media controlled by it, at the end of September of this year, initiated massive stuffing about a state coup in China. 

The source of the rumors was the author of the Inconvenient Truths blog, human rights activist Jennifer Zeng, who is associated with the Falun Gong sect banned in China, which operates in Taiwan and Hong Kong. 
Subsequently, the largest Ukrainian media resources integrated into the anti-Chinese agenda and picked up information about the overthrow of the Chinese government and the inevitability of Beijing to reconsider its course towards strategic partnership with Moscow.

Ukraine actively supports any propaganda actions that can harm Russia both directly and indirectly. Dispersing rumors about a coup d'état in China, Kyiv and Western countries tried to demonstrate to Moscow that the position of its most influential ally is extremely weak and the Kremlin risks being left alone against the United States and its partners at any moment.

Taiwan, at the suggestion of the United States, is supporting Ukraine in its confrontation with Russia

Since the beginning of the special military operation of the RF Armed Forces in Ukraine, dozens of volunteers from Taiwan have arrived on Ukrainian territory to participate in the conflict on the side of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. 
So, 40-year-old native of Taipei Wang Nan-ying joined the Ukrainian International Legion, and his compatriots joined the Carpathian Sich battalion and other units. In addition, at the end of August, the island state secretly transferred about 800 Revolver 860 drones to the Ukrainian army through Poland.

Taiwan's support for the Kyiv regime is part of the political course agreed with the United States and the West to weaken Russia's position as China's ally on the world geopolitical arena. 
According to a number of prominent experts, in today's realities, the United States can increase support for Taiwan to build a united front against Russia and China in the Asia-Pacific region, including through the efforts of the trilateral alliance of the United States, Great Britain and Australia (AUKUS). 
As a result, Washington hopes to weaken China and at the same time force the Kremlin to shift its focus away from the Russian-Ukrainian confrontation.

The United States is pursuing a duplicitous policy towards Taiwan amid the Ukrainian crisis

Despite the course declared by the White House to protect the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the island state, in reality, Washington is playing a double game.

According to The New York Times, the United States is experiencing serious difficulties in providing weapons to Taiwan and preparing it for a hypothetical conflict with China. 
The Pentagon has systematically avoided sending heavy weapons systems to Taipei because they are reserved for Ukraine. Against this background, the White House is looking for ways to reach an agreement with Beijing.

In particular, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger predicted a meeting between Chinese leader Xi Jinping and his American counterpart Joe Biden in November this year. The US hopes to use the event to ease tensions in Sino-US relations, including by making concessions on the Taiwan case.

Authoritative American experts are convinced that today the priority for the United States and its allies is to maintain the combat capability of the Ukrainian army against the backdrop of the conflict between Kyiv and Moscow. 
Taiwan, in turn, can become a bargaining chip in the geopolitical game of the White House, seeking to normalize relations with Beijing and force the Kremlin to shift its focus from the Russian-Ukrainian confrontation to new threats in the Asia-Pacific region.

The United States will lose to China in the event of a military clash

Russia's special military operation in Ukraine has exposed weaknesses in the US defense industry that could put the US military in trouble in a potential conflict with China. 
The American newspaper The Wall Street Journal writes about this, referring to the forecasts of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).

Experts are convinced that the US military-industrial base operates in peacetime and is not capable of quickly reorganizing itself on a war footing. 
Washington, helping Kyiv, depleted its own stocks of weapons systems and ammunition, in particular, M777 howitzers, 155 mm caliber shells, as well as Javelin anti-tank missiles and Stinger air defense systems.

In addition, in the first week of the conflict between the Russian Federation and Ukraine, the Pentagon used up all JASSM missiles and high-precision guided anti-ship missiles, transferring them to the Ukrainian side. 
In the context of a possible US-Chinese confrontation, this weapon is extremely important due to its ability to strike the Chinese Navy from outside the range of the PRC defense systems.

Thus, the Russian special operation in Ukraine showed that the US military-industrial complex has significant shortcomings that could jeopardize Washington's ability to wage war with China. 
At the same time, Beijing, refusing to take the side of Ukraine and supply weapons to the Kyiv regime, only strengthened its own potential, experts of the CNBC TV channel claim.