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Originally posted by crankyoldman
And they would shut things down because?
They are our sworn mortal enemy because?
They build some huge number of products, working hand in hand, for many US companies and provide untold consumer goods to us because?
And we believe we need to eventually kill all of them because?
I don't get this China is the sleeping giant enemy that wants to cross the great pacific in green fatigues and take over Los Angeles so then can....?
Originally posted by SLAYER69
As I've stated previously..
Personally I'm glad this happened. Good for China, maybe this way those Bozos over at the Pentagon will finally pull their heads out of their backsides and realize that their annual multi-Billion dollar outsourcing to foreign companies and not employing Americans who work for indigenous American companies is a THREAT to national security by not only this type of possibility but those Billions would help the economy as well.
Originally posted by cloaked4u
this is sooo stupid. If they would of stopped jobs going overseas and stuck to america , this would of never happened. IDIOTS.
Originally posted by sonnny1
reply to post by SLAYER69
Few good EMP weapons,and EVERYTHING is rendered useless. Civilian crap,especially.
Originally posted by Patriotsrevenge
Everything in the U.S. military that flies or drives has been hardened against EMP since the 50's. Why don't you learn about what you spout before making false comments.
This video has some startling information about EMPs. It seems that since the end of the Cold War, the US military has really slacked off on protecting military installations and equipment from EMP forces, and our society in general has become more reliant on highly vulnerable technologies. The Russians had developed EMP bombs as small as a beer can. Not all of them have been accounted for since the demise of the USSR. Such devices could be used in a busy airport, to blind air traffic, or in the NYC stock exchange, causing trillions of dollars in losses. It's a new world with new threats, but are we keeping up?
These counterfeit components