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            Thursday, September 10, 2015










Alongside the military spectacle that passed through Tiananmen Square in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the Chinese media conglomerate Tecent also released a new computer-generated video, “Battle to Capture an Island: a Full View of Chinese Military Strength.” Available via the social media platform QQ, the five-minute video appears to show a Chinese aerial attack and subsequent invasion of a tropical island.

Set ambiguously in the year “20XX” after maritime tensions have led to an attack on a Chinese airbase, the aggressive tone and intense narrative of the hypothetical conflict are well worth paying attention to. China announces its intention to “comprehensively fight back,” using the full strength of the Chinese military to promote “peace through war.” The first unit into action is the Second Artillery Corps (SAC), which is shown launching a variety of Dongfeng-series ballistic missiles. The ground-launched missiles are complemented by CJ-20 Land-Attack Cruise Missiles (LACMs) fired by H-6 bombers. [Cont]

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Partners in Crime, August 1999. New evidence shows the link that Republicans and Democrats have long ignored between reckless transfers of defense technology to Communist China and campaign donations to Clinton-Gore.

Red Star Over Washington, May 1999. The theft of America's most advanced nuclear warhead design by Chinese spies operating within our nuclear weapons labs is only the tip of the iceburg. China is now using some 10,000 "illegals" to collect intelligence in the United States, and according to a confidential Pentagon assessment, has been able to build an entire encrypted military communications network, thanks to assistance from the Clinton Pentagon.

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" ✔@RobSchneider

I haven't seen the Democrats this mad since we freed the slaves!



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And where did the ChiComs get the technology for those missiles? As you note, it was Bubba Clinton and Algore who sold our secrets to Charlie Tree and his ilk for campaign contributions.

Talk about "chickens coming home to roost"!
 
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The "first" islands will be the Hawaiians and Obama will made king as a reward for his contribution to China's success.
 
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Obama would be "king" for about 5 minutes.
Traditionally Communists shoot the fellow travelers after they invade since they already no you can't trust them.
 
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I don't think there's any love between the ChiComs and Obama (even though they're both Commies). He may appreciate them for their help in destabilizing the West, but remember that they deal very harshly with their own radical Muzzies; I'm not sure Obama approves of that.
 
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Wow! I never thought I'd find something to like about the ChiComs. At least they can recognize the long term danger of this cult.
 
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