posted on Jun, 5 2013 @ 10:07 AM
Originally posted by GargIndia
reply to post by cavtrooper7
China has won a very big battle - moving critical industry to Chinese dominated lands.
China has not won a military victory yet.
But things are going well for China. There is no doubt about it.
Chinese have mounted a remarkable industrial espionage effort in the West through Chinese students. This has been known since early nineties.
Suddenly you get news in MSM and people wake up. Often this news is 20 years old.
Chinese have bridged the gap in 'most' military aspects. There are some technologies they have not yet mastered but I can say US cannot decisively
defeat China in a direct war today.
edit on 5-6-2013 by GargIndia because: (no reason given)
Okay point one. Those industries can be forecefully repatriated if they are headquartered in the US. If the chinese ever go to war we threaten said
companies with treason and freeze their assetts.
Point two. The US should stop all chinese immigration or students until china admits what it has done and made reparations for the damage. If they
come they get ONE WAY trips no return to china ro contact with anyone in china unless monitored.
Point 3. Yes they have made stride sin military power. Still they are rated the 3rd most powerful in the world. Yes they have 900 ships but over half
are amphibious assault,and fast boats.
The DF-21 and its upgrade the DF-26(the 26 is still on the drawing board btw) Have not been perfected and still cannot hit a moving evasive ship with
active defenses going. The chinese subs are detectable by our sats over japan as well.
A war with China if fought correctly would not include a invasion. it would be a simple thing if the US had the political will. Boeing/macdonnald
douglas/or lockheed has new EMP missiles. Its basically Point and click at what you want to fry instead of say everything. And its also not on a ICBM
to avoid nuclear launches.
The J-20 is also not built up in sufficient numbers to do anything either. the real concern is chinas underground nuclear reactors and 3000 miles of
tunnels. Those could be a issue.