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1. Can the U.S. invade China in the first place?
2. Are America's technological and firepower advantages helpful in the long run against 1 billion people?
3. How effective would U.S. airpower be?
4. Is it safe to say every Chinese citizen would fight?
5. Can the U.S. hold up against a modern military supported by guerrilla warfare?
6. Any other thoughts?
Originally posted by W4rl0rD
Having another country take over your country will cause that. Losing a war will not.
Originally posted by Quest
Nukes. THe only way to deal with that many soldiers, even if you out tech and firepower them, is to use mass area destruction. If the US would have to nuke most of china to actualy win (end of combat) against china in a war.
This is of course given publicly known military tech. The US may already have a better method that isn't public. I'm sure the war monger prepare for everything.
Most conquered people don't get whiped out. America isn't going in there to commit genocide of the Chinese people.
Early signs are promising that the macro-econimic controls the government has introduced are working.
Chinese Yuan's value is being kept low for a reason, if our money's value grew to half of US. The officer would make 1500 dollar per month which is below average but much much better. Its all about the intentional value of the Yuan and the average Chinese person living confined within CHina, buying Chinese made things which are cheaper, you get more and pretty good quality.