The Pacific Treaty Organization
Strength, A South Pacific Shield
Brings Cooperation and Peace.
The PTO, Pacific Treaty Organization is detailed in my book “World Peace, Peaceful Worlds or Game Over” published on August 4, 2016
The USA and China could be at war in the next year or two. Move your manufacturing and create a new supply chain for Rare Earth Minerals, Pharmaceutical drugs and any product essential for survival out of China or lose your your ability to ship your goods or import vital resources.
Move your families away from Guam, South Korea, and Okinawa. World War 3 could begin in in late 2021 or later… World Leaders, heed these words…
“The best fight won is the fight not fought.” – Brian Michael Good
Yes, World War 3 is just around the corner. It must be fought. Otherwise, China will dominate the world and there will never be World Peace.
5 Trillion $ USD of trade travels through the South China Sea. There will be a worldwide depression as a result.
If it goes nuclear several billion will die over the following 10 years. A limited nuclear war is nearly impossible. When the radiation clouds move into countries with nuclear weapons and kill their citizens and destroy their economies. They will launch their nuclear weapons – GAME OVER!!!
The COVID19 economic challenges are nothing compared to the disruptions of a USA – China war. It can be only avoided with the PTO Pacific Treaty Organization *.
The USA should not stand alone. None of the combined SE Asia treaties will stop World War III from happening. WWW III will affect all economies more than Covid-19.
The 5 treaties listed below were signed independently are obsolete. They need to be strengthen, clarification, and become a more collective consolidation of commitment that will create a shield of unity to deter China’s hostile actions in the Pacific. Building a military base on another country’s territory (The Philippines) is a hostile action.
The USA would be crazy to fight WWW III in the next few years without the moral support from the formation of the Pacific Treaty Organization – PTO of Pacific Nations. Then if the USA goes to war it will be on principle and the other Pacific nations will fight with the USA to support their territorial rights and natural resources.
I proposed in my book “World Peace Peaceful Worlds. Game Over!” published in August 2016 that I proposed that the following nations should be signatures to the PTO (Pacific Treaty Organization). It has been over 5 years since I wrote a viable way to avoid WW 3 Cooperation only comes from Strength. You have not done enough!
The Clock’s Ticking!
Singapore, Brunei, New Zealand, Australia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan. Taiwan, South Korea, Indonesia, Philippines, South Korea and the United States.
Most of the Asian and South Pacific nations that have signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership Nations Need To Form the Pacific Treaty Organization – PTO similar in scope to the NATO organization in Europe to offset China’s aggression in the South China Sea.
This might prevent a future war between the USA and China that will affect almost every nation on Earth because World Trade will be severely disrupted resulting in a worldwide recession/depression…
Singapore, Brunei, New Zealand, Australia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan are part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, and Indonesia have expressed an interest in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
* The PTO Pacific Treaty Organization is detailed in my book “World Peace, Peaceful Worlds or Game Over”. Click on the Book Cover and read the preview.
“The Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty, or Manila Pact, SEATO was dissolved on 30 June 1977. Australia, France, New Zealand, Pakistan (including East Pakistan, now Bangladesh), the Philippines, Thailand, the United Kingdom and the United States.” Source: Wikipedia
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN, consisting of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar (Burma), and Vietnam has its own mechanism for member countries to resolve differences peacefully but not with China. These nations should negotiate with China as a united collective that empowers strength.
SOUTHEAST ASIA TREATY
A treaty signed September 8, 1954, whereby each party recognizes that aggression by means of armed attack in the treaty area against any of the Parties would endanger its own peace and safety and each will in that event act to meet the common danger in accordance with its constitutional processes.
PARTIES: United States , Australia, France, New Zealand, Philippines, Thailand, and the United Kingdom
AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND
AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
A Treaty signed September 1, 1951, whereby each of the parties recognizes that an armed attack in the Pacific Area on any of the Parties would be dangerous to its own peace and safety and declares that it would act to meet the common danger in accordance with its constitutional processes.
PARTIES: United States , Australia, New Zealand
PHILIPPINE TREATY (BILATERAL)
A treaty signed August 30, 1951, by which the parties recognize that an armed attack in the Pacific Area on either of the Parties would be dangerous to its own peace and safety and each party agrees that it will act to meet the common dangers in accordance with its constitutional processes.
PARTIES: United States, Philippines
PARTIES: United States, Japan
REPUBLIC OF KOREA TREATY (BILATERAL)
A treaty signed October 1, 1953, whereby each party recognizes that an armed attack in the Pacific area on either of the Parties would be dangerous to its own peace and safety and that each Party would act to meet the common danger in accordance with its constitutional processes.
JAPANESE TREATY (BILATERAL)
A treaty signed January 19, 1960, whereby each party recognizes that an armed attack against either Party in the territories under the administration of Japan would be dangerous to its own peace and safety and declares that it would act to meet the common danger in accordance with its constitutional provisions and processes. The treaty replaced the security treaty signed September 8, 1951.
PARTIES: United States, Korea
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