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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

China’s Military Threat to America

In a new report by military authority Bill Gertz, Communist China confirmed that it conducted a flight test of a new long-range missile that involves the use of simulated multiple warheads. This announcement was an admission that the missile involved the test of multiple, independently targetable reentry vehicles, or MIRVs. China’s MIRV technology is based on illegally exported U.S. satellite technology transferred to China during President Bill Clinton’s administration.

China’s state-run Communist Party newspaper published a pro¬vocative article showing what the effect would be from submarine-launched nuclear missile attacks against Seattle and Los Angeles. The article ominously threatened that a Chinese missile would kill up to 12 million Americans. The nuclear missile submarine marks a major step forward in China’s large-scale nuclear force that has been built up largely in secret.

In another expose, Bill Gertz described China’s secret 100-year modernization program that was designed to replace the U.S.-led world order with a Chinese Communist-dominated economic and political system, while at the same time lulling U.S. officials into falsely calling China a benign power deserving of U.S. support. This secret strategy, based on ancient Chinese statecraft, was launched by Mao Zedong in 1955. It spread the falsehood that China is just a poor, backward inward-looking country, and therefore the United States should help them and give away things to them. U.S. House Intelligence Committee chairman Mike Rogers said that the U.S. is losing the cyber war to China. This secret strategy produced a large-scale transfer of cash, technology, and expertise that bolstered the Communist military.

The head of our National Secu¬rity Agency, Keith Alexander, says that China’s theft of intellectual property from the United States amounts to “the most significant transfer of wealth in history.”

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