The Chinese military has released several threatening posters and videos waging a propaganda war against Taiwan. These include threatening Taiwan to be ‘war ready’ in Chinese.
The Chinese military has released several threatening posters and videos waging a propaganda war against Taiwan. These include threatening Taiwan to be ‘war ready’ in Chinese. Not only this, Chinese soldiers are shown with weapons and war equipment. Many posters also show live firing of weapons like missiles, tanks. These pictures and videos have been released by the propaganda wing of the PLA 80th Group Army.
These posters and videos are being shared in large numbers on China’s social media Weibo and WeChat. In which Taiwan has been given a stern warning for war. Troops of the 80th Group Army, stationed in China’s Shandong province, near Taiwan, are also shown taking part in a brigade swearing-in ceremony. In these pictures, Chinese soldiers in uniform are seen with missiles, rockets and tanks.
According to the propaganda photos, Chinese army personnel took an oath to “obey all orders” and “not be afraid of any challenge” at the swearing-in ceremony. The soldiers were told that they were committed to fighting with honor without fear of death. These posters were prepared by the 80th Group Army Political Works Department. This department works to receive intelligence information from Taiwan and to instill respect for China in the minds of the people there.
Through this department, the Chinese army runs radio stations on the borders of its rival countries. Through this, she tries to infiltrate the culture of enemy countries and end the negativity in the people there. The Chinese army also propagates communist ideology through radio. China has established five such radio stations in Fujian province, which work to make people honest to China in Taiwan.
The video released by the Chinese military also includes footage of infantry, tank and rocket blasts. These videos have been released in Mandarin and Southern Min dialect. Both of these are widely spoken in Taiwan. Taiwan has never been governed under the Chinese flag. Despite this, China has always been telling this country as its part.