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Chinese propaganda video shows them destroying the US military

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posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:23 AM
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And a chinese invasion of the USA is just fear mongering from the USA and flag waveing chest beating from China.
Same as a USA invasion of china is fear mongering from china and flag waveing chest beating from the USA

China cant invade and subjugate the USA anyone than the USA can invade and subjugate China.

Hell both countrys couldn't even invade and subjugate vietnam when they tried!

The idea of either country trying to take and hold such vast amounts of land as the USA and china in the face of hostile, proud and propaganda fed (yes that includes the USA) people is absurd.
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posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:25 AM
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a reply to: 5thNovember

I never said they'd win I just responded to the OP saying how much experience china has in warfare
when they wrote the book on it.


This is the translation from the video on youtube,.

The country is great, militant certainly fail ; the world is safe though , forget the war will be dangerous !
We love peace , but we must be ready to face a possible future war .
Copyright belongs to the " Tencent news ."



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:27 AM
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originally posted by: pikestaff

You are forgetting that best estimates of deaths during the invasion of the japanes home islands was HALF A MILLION US servicemen, if the bomb had not been used, who would the US population strung up first when they found out about the 'bomb' ?


Link please?



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:28 AM
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a reply to: crazyewok

No one ever said we did. But if you want to hate ... go right ahead. However, we were a major part in ending that conflict. No?



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:31 AM
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a reply to: wantsome

Great graphics. I wish video games looked that good. I can't read squiggley lines (mandarin i'm assuming) so i'm just going to hope this is the new call of duty. Can anyone translate some of the quotes?



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:31 AM
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originally posted by: joemoe
a reply to: crazyewok

No one ever said we did. But if you want to hate ... go right ahead. However, we were a major part in ending that conflict. No?


Hate?
I was just pointing out a fact!

Why does pointing out a FACT equate to hate?

I never said the USA didnt play a major role, my point was that allies like China, Russia and the UK were just as vital to the overall defeat of the axis.



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:32 AM
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originally posted by: Kryties

originally posted by: joemoe
If it was not for the US in WW2, China (or at least parts of it) would probably be speaking Japanese as a main language today. But I could be wrong.



Pity you had to vaporize several hundred thousand civilian people with 2 nuclear bombs in order to do so.

Yes. It's a shame we stopped the most blood thirsty and ruthless dictator of modern times on his quest to exterminate an entire race of people. It's a shame that we defended ourselves against a nation that attacked us with zero provocation. Yes it's a shame we had the fortitude and courage to put down global tyranny. You I'm afraid should be ashamed. War is not pleasant. Taking lives is a terrible thing, but in some instances, taking some lives is the only way to save countless more.



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:36 AM
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originally posted by: Sheridan91s

Yes. It's a shame we stopped the most blood thirsty and ruthless dictator of modern times on his quest to exterminate an entire race of people.


I never said that they didn't need to be stopped, please stop making stuff up.


It's a shame that we defended ourselves against a nation that attacked us with zero provocation.


Zero provocation? Do you honestly believe that? Wow, just....wow.....


Yes it's a shame we had the fortitude and courage to put down global tyranny. You I'm afraid should be ashamed. War is not pleasant. Taking lives is a terrible thing, but in some instances, taking some lives is the only way to save countless more.


Stop speaking as if the US was the deciding factor in winning WW2. IT WAS NOT. You guys only joined the war when you saw that it was economically advantageous for you to do so - after having been begged for YEARS by the Allies to help out and you lot sat back and watched millions of people die without lifting a finger. Your assertion that the "Almighty US" won the war is a disgrace to the memories of the millions who died while you lot watched on and didn't do a damn thing to help.

Stop rewriting history to suit your own agenda.



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posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:40 AM
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originally posted by: Kryties

originally posted by: Sheridan91s

Yes. It's a shame we stopped the most blood thirsty and ruthless dictator of modern times on his quest to exterminate an entire race of people.


I never said that they didn't need to be stopped, please stop making stuff up.


It's a shame that we defended ourselves against a nation that attacked us with zero provocation.


Zero provocation? Do you honestly believe that? Wow, just....wow.....


Yes it's a shame we had the fortitude and courage to put down global tyranny. You I'm afraid should be ashamed. War is not pleasant. Taking lives is a terrible thing, but in some instances, taking some lives is the only way to save countless more.


Stop speaking as if the US was the deciding factor in winning WW2. IT WAS NOT. You guys only joined the war when you saw that it was economically advantageous for you to do so - after having been begged for YEARS by the Allies to help out and you lot sat back and watched millions of people die without lifting a finger.

Stop rewriting history to suit your own agenda.
Those years we sat idly by revamping our entire manufacturing sector to build war machines to allow us to enter the fray? Is that what you are referring too? You do realize Germany had a decade head start right? And no, we did NOT provoke Japan into attacking us.



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:41 AM
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originally posted by: Sheridan91s

originally posted by: Kryties

originally posted by: Sheridan91s

Yes. It's a shame we stopped the most blood thirsty and ruthless dictator of modern times on his quest to exterminate an entire race of people.


I never said that they didn't need to be stopped, please stop making stuff up.


It's a shame that we defended ourselves against a nation that attacked us with zero provocation.


Zero provocation? Do you honestly believe that? Wow, just....wow.....


Yes it's a shame we had the fortitude and courage to put down global tyranny. You I'm afraid should be ashamed. War is not pleasant. Taking lives is a terrible thing, but in some instances, taking some lives is the only way to save countless more.


Stop speaking as if the US was the deciding factor in winning WW2. IT WAS NOT. You guys only joined the war when you saw that it was economically advantageous for you to do so - after having been begged for YEARS by the Allies to help out and you lot sat back and watched millions of people die without lifting a finger.

Stop rewriting history to suit your own agenda.
Those years we sat idly by revamping our entire manufacturing sector to build war machines to allow us to enter the fray? Is that what you are referring too? You do realize Germany had a decade head start right? And no, we did NOT provoke Japan into attacking us.
And you do realize we committed military manpower to the allies long before we joined the war right?



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:41 AM
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originally posted by: Sheridan91s

Those years we sat idly by revamping our entire manufacturing sector to build war machines to allow us to enter the fray? Is that what you are referring too? You do realize Germany had a decade head start right? And no, we did NOT provoke Japan into attacking us.


Still making stuff up to suit your own agenda.

Please provide PROOF of your assertions.



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:43 AM
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a reply to: Woodcarver

mate have a look at arma3 full graphics on ultra and 60fps



skip to 3:17 , first part is just showing graphics setting s
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posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:47 AM
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originally posted by: Kryties

Link please?



In April 1945, the Joint Chiefs of Staff formally adopted a planning paper giving a range of possible casualties based on experience in both Europe and the Pacific. Given a troop list of 766,700 men and a 90-day campaign, the US Sixth Army could be expected to suffer between 514,072 casualties (including 134,556 dead and missing) under the "Pacific Experience" (1.95 dead & missing and 7.45 total casualties/1,000 men/day) and 149,046 casualties (including 28,981 dead and missing) under the "European Experience" (0.42 dead & missing and 2.16 total casualties/1,000 men/day).

This assessment included neither casualties suffered after the 90-day mark (US planners envisioned switching to the tactical defensive by D+120[73]), nor personnel losses at sea from Japanese air attacks.

Richard B. Frank, No Bomb: No End pp. 374-375


Keep in mind that this estimate was only for 90 days of combat.


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posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:48 AM
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originally posted by: Kryties

originally posted by: Sheridan91s

Those years we sat idly by revamping our entire manufacturing sector to build war machines to allow us to enter the fray? Is that what you are referring too? You do realize Germany had a decade head start right? And no, we did NOT provoke Japan into attacking us.


Still making stuff up to suit your own agenda.

Please provide PROOF of your assertions.
I don't have an agenda. I'm simply dating historical facts. The U.S. Was not the only factor the allies won the war but believe it or not we were a major factor and please don't even try to refute that.



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:49 AM
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originally posted by: Kryties

originally posted by: pikestaff

You are forgetting that best estimates of deaths during the invasion of the japanes home islands was HALF A MILLION US servicemen, if the bomb had not been used, who would the US population strung up first when they found out about the 'bomb' ?


Link please?

You really need a link for that?

The Japanese planned an all-out defense of Kyūshū, with little left in reserve for any subsequent defense operations. Casualty predictions varied widely, but were extremely high. Depending on the degree to which Japanese civilians would have resisted the invasion, estimates ran up into the millions for Allied casualties.

The name of the planned invasion of the Japanese home islands was Operation Downfall.
If you read the history of the military operations on Saipan and Okinawa, you would see that the Japanese fought to last man in many cases and convinced civilians that suicide was preferable to living under US occupation.
Look at Japan now.



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:51 AM
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originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus

originally posted by: Kryties

Link please?



In April 1945, the Joint Chiefs of Staff formally adopted a planning paper giving a range of possible casualties based on experience in both Europe and the Pacific. Given a troop list of 766,700 men and a 90-day campaign, the US Sixth Army could be expected to suffer between 514,072 casualties (including 134,556 dead and missing) under the "Pacific Experience" (1.95 dead & missing and 7.45 total casualties/1,000 men/day) and 149,046 casualties (including 28,981 dead and missing) under the "European Experience" (0.42 dead & missing and 2.16 total casualties/1,000 men/day). Richard B. Frank, No Bomb: No End pp. 374-375


OK, still not seeing the justification for vaporizing 260,000 innocent civilian men, women and children.



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:51 AM
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a reply to: butcherguy

No idea why the US navy Royal navy and Australian navy could not of just blockaded the island and air.

Soon as the Islands ran out of food they would of had to surrender anyway.



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:52 AM
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originally posted by: Sheridan91s

I don't have an agenda. I'm simply dating historical facts. The U.S. Was not the only factor the allies won the war but believe it or not we were a major factor and please don't even try to refute that.


Still not seeing a link or proof of that assertion. I don't operate on "I told you so so therefore it must be true" - please provide a link to prove what you are saying and I shall consider it accordingly.
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posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:54 AM
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originally posted by: Kryties

originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus

originally posted by: Kryties

Link please?



In April 1945, the Joint Chiefs of Staff formally adopted a planning paper giving a range of possible casualties based on experience in both Europe and the Pacific. Given a troop list of 766,700 men and a 90-day campaign, the US Sixth Army could be expected to suffer between 514,072 casualties (including 134,556 dead and missing) under the "Pacific Experience" (1.95 dead & missing and 7.45 total casualties/1,000 men/day) and 149,046 casualties (including 28,981 dead and missing) under the "European Experience" (0.42 dead & missing and 2.16 total casualties/1,000 men/day). Richard B. Frank, No Bomb: No End pp. 374-375


OK, still not seeing the justification for vaporizing 260,000 innocent civilian men, women and children.


To play devils advocate here that was small fry in the grand scheme of a war were carpet bombing citys was standard operating procedure.

One nuke or dropping ten thousand incendiary bombs? A bombed city was a bombed city and normal warfare for the time period.



posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 07:57 AM
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Let the bombs fall.
As long as that pretty gal at the Wok keeps selling me noodles, life is good.




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