First of all, the Egyptian government has broadened it. In August 2014, Egypt started the construction of the new Suez Canal, including 35 kilometers of newly excavated river channels and the widening and deepening of 37 kilometers of existing river channels. It was officially opened on August 6, 2015. The results of it? The wider it becomes, the more it becomes blocked! The reason is that you have widened. In order to load more cargo, these ocean-going ships choose larger ships. It can be said that the river is wider and the boat is wider! In fact, the most fundamental reason is very simple, Scorpion Baba poison (only)! The Suez Canal, according to public information, calculates that Egypt receives 10 US dollars per ton of cargo. If a large ship carries 100,000 tons of cargo, then sailing along the Suez River, Egypt will receive about 1 million US dollars in income, with a total of 16,000 to 19,000 per year. The total annual toll revenue of the Suez Canal is about 5 billion U.S. dollars. It can be said to make money without broadening! This canal is so important and in the hands of Egypt, the United States is naturally very greedy. In 1963, the United States planned to build a new canal, temporarily named the Israel Canal, to replace the Suez Canal. Starting from the Negev Desert in Israel, it connects the Mediterranean Sea, the Dead Sea and the Red Sea, with a total length of 257 kilometers. Since this is an epic project, the manpower and material resources consumed are also astronomical. The Americans have a big brain and plan to use a nuclear explosion to dig a canal! How many? 520 nuclear bombs! According to statistics from foreign media, the total number of nuclear weapons in China is only between 300 and 360. The United States is ready to put in 520 nuclear bombs all at once! Because it was too shocking, and considering the hostility of Arab countries towards Israel, coupled with the serious radiation of nuclear weapons, the Americans just thought about it and didn’t dare to really do it. Monopoly and no competitors, Egypt naturally intends to lie down and win! If this Israeli canal is created, then Egypt will have the motivation to widen the Suez Canal again. However, if there is motivation, there is motivation, and there are still two things to say whether it can be expanded again. After all, such a large project must have a strong government, stable policies, and generation after generation to continue. In the world, apart from our government, facing such a huge infrastructure, I don’t believe that the second government can do it. Don’t believe it? Let me give you another example. At the junction of Thailand and Myanmar, there is a Kara Isthmus, which connects the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. Guess how much is the narrowest place? A mere 56 kilometers! Once opened, passing ships will save 1,200 kilometers compared to bypassing the Strait of Malacca! The voyage is shortened by 2-5 days. As long as it is opened, it is almost certain that it will greatly replace the important position of the Strait of Malacca and hit Singapore’s economy seriously! Of course Thais want to charge tolls, and they also have plans. How long is the plan? Not long, just over 300 years. Someone in Thailand has this idea since the 17th century, and has been thinking about it until now? Oh! The Suez Canal has been in operation for 10 years, still in the 19th century. In the 21st century, using my country’s strong infrastructure capacity, a Kra Canal can be built within three years.