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China to Colonize the US ??????

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Waitone, Nov 26, 2005.

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  1. Waitone

    Waitone Member

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    http://ykien.net/tl_viettrung100.html

    from the preface (highlighting added by poster)

    Xenophobia, paranoia, racism, historical revisionism, hegemony- - - -we have it all right here in one speech by the military leader of our "trading partner."

    My personal favorite
    Here's a doozie
    And in conclusion
    If true, we have a problem with our "main trading partner."
     
  2. KriegHund

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    Ive been rather indecisive about china.

    Ive come to the conclusion that unless its something along the lines of hitlers 'superior race', but with chinese instead, they have no good reasons to invade the US.

    Plus it'd be one heck of a fight...
     
  3. geekWithA.45

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    This is why we invented MAD: mutually assured destruction.

    Wiring "carpet nuke China" to a dead man switch will put an end to _that_ nonsense.
     
  4. DelayedReaction

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    While interesting, it's not a feasible attack unless done covertly (now there's a scary thought; the War on Terrorism actually being an attempt to bolster security against covert attacks by other nation states). And if the link was ever made between a biological attack and a nation-state, the United States would immediately retaliate with nuclear attack. The understanding I have is that America's policy is to respond with any WMD attack with WMDs of our own, and we don't bother with biological or chemical weapons.
     
  5. R.H. Lee

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    Then who's gonna buy all the Walmart crap? :p
     
  6. armoredman

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    Poor WalMart, having to buy from Mexico and Spain...
    China is the new battleground, and will do everything they can to defeat us. They think in centuries...we think in 30 minute sitcoms. We have to win; I hate egg foo young.
     
  7. Biker

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    Well put. In truth, I think that we're an endangered species. Might as well start developing a taste for rice wine. Ugh...
    Biker
     
  8. bg

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    When you find out, let me know..
    I was watching some movie on IFC about the tests the Defense
    Dept did over in the Bikini Islands way back when. It showed the
    results one of the early bombs going off with a number of old
    ships positioned around. I got to tell ya, those old ships were
    TORN UP !

    Now this is just the old baby nuke bombs the U.S did tests with
    back then. Now we're are seeing nukes 10 times the power of
    those early bombs..Anyone who would be dumb enough to
    attack us openly here on our ground is insane. With the nuke
    force we have, there wouldn't be anything left anywhere in the
    world.

    Who'd want that ? Even the nut jobs has to realize they'd be
    crispy critters as soon as the first one exploded..But then again
    in these times, ya never know. :(
     
  9. marshall3

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    Don't worry about China

    China needs the US more then we need China. It is in China's best interest to be the best friend of the USA. Also, the Chinese economy APPEARS to be very strong and threatening, but it is a facade. There are really three Chinas: the E. Coast, a bit further West, and the hinterlands. China's infrastructure has such a long ways to go. The 21st century will NOT be China's century. They have serious internal problems, and could collapse overnight.
     
  10. williamlayton

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    I think Mexico would have some say in this invasion plot--They are already doing it.
    That would be an interesting fight to watch--China VS Mexico on US soil.:rolleyes:
    Blessings
     
  11. Biker

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    williamlayton...

    My gut reaction to your post is, it's a joint operation between the two with Mexico doing the initial recon and dirty work.
    Biker
     
  12. WarMachine

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    Ha, I'd like to see them try...

    China just needs to stick to making merchandise for eager American shoppers during the wonderful holiday season :rolleyes:

    As the poster above said, we have a mutual relationship; and invasion would cause them more harm than good. Somebody needs to put the down the bamboo crack-pipe.
     
  13. Borachon

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    Not really. Not if you depopulated the US with a germ weapon. You can deliver a germ weapon and never have the country of origin known.

    They could send it by human carrier, or in a spray can...

    Or as Bird Flu.



    As an aside, Nostrodomus predicted the US and Russia would be attacked by a germ weapon launched from China. Had to write a report on him once.
     
  14. losangeles

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    Hey, maybe there's a secretive ulterior motive behind this avian flu thing, eh? Maybe there's more to it than just the birds.
     
  15. redneck2

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    IIRC, most people laughed off the Nazi's and Hitler during the early 30's

    I had a relative that worked in a "think-tank" environment for a private contractor a number of years ago. He talked very little about it, but the few bits and pieces we heard were "way out there". He was working on a Foxfire type project that used brain waves to control equipment. This was in the 70's.

    I'm old enough to remember the Dick Tracy wrist watch radios. It was considered impossible back then to have a transmitter smaller than a transistor radio. If you took most any electronics we have now back 40 years, the'd think they were from outer space

    Right now, West Nile virus is a very real threat here. People die from it every year. Nobody that I've seen ever explained how an obsolete virus from Africa suddenly showed up in North America in native bird species. Now, mutate the bird flu to infect a major species of North American birds, capture and then release the birds into the wild, and see how fast it spreads. Perfect mechanism to spread the virus and limited to one geographical area

    That's how you see it, and it may be true.....today. If it were strongly in China's best interest to kill us, do you think they'd hesitate for a second?? Look at where we were with China in the 50's-80's. We could have dusted them in a heartbeat, but had no reason to do so. We get a blissninny President like Kerry and China ramps up. Do you REALLY think Kerry's gonna push the button? No way in hell and the Chicoms know it.

    They'll probably start by taking a little of Taiwan or another country a little piece at a time like Hitler started with Poland. If we're distracted with economic problems (say China has a majority of manufacturing and suddenly stops selling to us), some liberal president would set there crying like a school girl and let 'em have at it

    Remember, 60 years ago Germany, Japan, and Italy were our mortal enemies. Russia was our friend (kind-of), then an major enemy, and now a semi-ally. We supported Saddam 20 years ago.

    Our frame of reference tends to be our education and experiences, not what's really possible
     
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    SARS is more likely to be a bio warfare weapon than bird flu. If so, the chinese have pretty lax security at their weapons labs, as the only known outbreak was in China.
     
  17. redneck2

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    And, maybe the SARS thing was a test case to evaluate a wide-spread epidemic in a populated country

    Remember the Swine Flu thing a number of years ago. All fake. Government just wanted to see how fast we could react.....

    React to what??? Maybe they've got intelligence that shows viral infections as the new version of nuclear warfare. Destroys the population without destroying the environment and buildings, utilities, etc.
     
  18. pignock

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    bg said:
    Um...I think our current nukes are actually (A LOT) smaller than the Bikini nukes - we just have a whole bunch more of them. I believe the warheads on the Trident and Minutemen missiles are only 125Ktons each but each missile carries up to ten warheads - each independantly targetable. So we wouldn't make bigger craters in PROC, just ten times more smaller ones:evil:

    Keith
     
  19. psyopspec

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    If they're looking for a way to wipe out a country, or at least weaken it enough for in invasion force from another hemisphere, do you think the Chinese would test it on themselves?
     
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    Judging by the number of Chinese resturants out there I'd say it was already taking place...

    :neener:
     
  21. zapplez

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    Im very skeptical that this is accuracte. The way it is written seems very bull. Besides the fact its in ENGLISH, if it was translated, why would they use words like "snatch" instead of grab?:confused:
     
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    Well, in some parts of Texas the Mexicans/spanish/etc have already retaken what was originally theirs, the way they could have kept it if they had been so inclined, by settleing it.
    Blessings
     
  23. El Tejon

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    Another known knucklehead. Conquering the USA or Australia? How in the PLA going to do that--bamboo rafts?:D

    zap, because the character qin means seize (grab, snatch, inter alia). Translators often substitute one word for the many words that one character may represent.
     
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    Thats just great. I don't speak spanish but at least I can read the letters on the page. Chinese looks like, well no, not like greek at all. Fortunately bullets are a universal language.:D
     
  25. El Tejon

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    pharmer, well, if this article is correct, you may have a couple of years to study Chinese.:D
     
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