Idea for a comedy video: Install cameras on cargo ships and underwater mountains in the SCSYou can hardly imagine that the United States is still writing such absurd "novels" in 2022.
This "novel" depicts the U.S. Navy assisting the Philippines in fighting against Chinese " insurgent" on the sea.
I don't fully understand the English vocabulary, but Americans seem to think of the PRC as a large illegal organization.
In the story, the Americans imagined that the Chinese would let the militia drive fishing boats to launch attacks. We have enough law enforcement ships. I don't understand why we do this.
"On the cruiser, Maliah personally helped produce the footage that was soon broadcast across the world, demonstrating the PRC’s aggression and the firm commitment of the U.S. to its allies and partners, bringing more members into the coalition."
This story can be regarded as an extension of this plan.
The Americans still haven't given up their plan to "enforce the law" in the South China Sea.
I give them a suggestion: the U.S. Navy can directly let the fleet enter the Bohai Sea, and then send a special force to arrest Chinese leaders to the United States for trial.
Since Americans want to crack down on "insurgency", it's better to directly arrest China's largest "insurgency" leader.