The Evacuation of Taiwan

The Biden regime is preparing for Americans to evacuate Taiwan before it unifies with the mainland.

The U.S. government is preparing evacuation plans for American citizens living in Taiwan, three sources told The Messenger.

The planning has been underway for at least six months and “it’s heated up over the past two months or so,” said a senior U.S. intelligence official who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to discuss the planning.

The official said a “heightened level of tension” had driven the preparations. “It’s nothing you wouldn’t read in the news,” he told The Messenger. “Forces building up. China aligning with Russia on Ukraine.”

It’s probably not a coincidence that these preparations are being made now that the “largest air exercise in NATO history” has been launched just as the Ukrainian offensive has been halted and the Kiev regime is screaming for more air support.

An air deployment exercise billed as the biggest in NATO’s history and hosted by Germany got underway on Monday. The Air Defender 2023 exercise that is set to run through June 23 was long-planned but serves to showcase the alliance’s capabilities amid high tensions with Russia.

The first planes took off on Monday morning from airfields in northern Germany. Some 10,000 participants and 250 aircraft from 25 nations will respond to a simulated attack on a NATO member. The United States alone is sending 2,000 U.S. Air National Guard personnel and about 100 aircraft.

This doesn’t necessarily mean that NATO is finally going to take the war with Russia direct and hot. But it means they have the means to do so if their decision makers are bold enough to take the risk.