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Post time 2009-12-19 09:55:15 |Display all floors

Reply #49 antimatter's post

It won't be a ballgame and you know what'll happen, the world will go "kaboom".

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Post time 2009-12-19 13:26:36 |Display all floors
1)ASBM,  antiship ballastic missiles that can kill the aircraft carrier


China introduced this weapon as a "scoop", a "new", in fact, US navy already know it since the cold war with russian, and the chinese copy is certainely not so frightening when you consider that it's non sense to consider that navy havent found solution to face this weapon since 40 years...

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Post time 2009-12-19 13:58:01 |Display all floors
Originally posted by yasawakic at 2009-12-19 13:26

China introduced this weapon as a "scoop", a "new", in fact, US navy already know it since the cold war with russian, and the chinese copy is certainely not so frightening when you consider that it's non sense to consider that navy havent found solution to face this weapon since 40 years....



Keep in mind 40 yrs ago, there's no even such thing as GPS satellite position yet.

The senser technology improve tremendous,   radar technology using AESA,  based Gallium Arsnide,  and the Infrared sensor.    40 yrs ago,  it's still only using  slow , archaic, and unreliable vaccum tube technology.

The missile engine technology also improved tremendously.

Pls keep those irrelevant comparison away.

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Post time 2009-12-20 20:44:39 |Display all floors
Yeah, China isn't a threat to the USN. I find it funny how these things go from "speculative" to "super speculative" to "let's supply terrorists" on the Chinese end.

Just a note, kids: you can't just give nukes to a country, they won't necessarily accept them and in most cases would never do so because it is such a huge risk. This isn't freaking Civilization II, you don't just hit the "give unit" button on a nuclear missile....

You also can't just give nuclear weapons or materials to terrorists, the consequences are extremely severe and the risks are extremely high. First, the obvious: state-sponsored nuclear terrorism would likely be the only event after which the world essentially green lights a genocide. Second, you cannot guarantee where or how those nuclear weapons are used (if ever). Nothing would really prevent that nuke from going off in Beijing or Delhi because, contrary to your assumptions, the US is not the group's primary foreign target. Nor does anything prevent that weapon being sold or your own country simply being blackmailed for additional funding. Remember: you just broke a major international norm and have invited war total and unending from all quarters should it be revealed, that kind of leverage is truly powerful. Would China like to, say, lose Xinj.iang lest Al Qaida discuss the source of its nuclear power? That's a little far out, but blackmail is blackmail.
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Post time 2009-12-21 03:28:24 |Display all floors
^China gave that to pakistan, maybe more to others in the future if the situation became critical.

Even Al Quaeda has priority, if they got 3 bombs, they would prioritized them on the west first. Xinjinag would be way  down list.  By the time they are done with west, they already used up, No More. LOL.

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Post time 2009-12-21 08:16:21 |Display all floors
Pakistan is an excellent example. The results have been very bad for China: India hates them and Pakistan has buddied up to the Americans because now internal crises have taken on a much more serious dimension that threaten preemptive strikes by India to keep Paknukes from falling into the wrong hands.

Also... you don't understand terrorist groups very well, or leverage for that matter....
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Post time 2009-12-21 12:48:45 |Display all floors

Reply #50 exportedkiwi's post

Boy!

The American Regime and World's no.2 global power, CHINA has a real fun game going on for a long time!

and we in the British Club, Asian Trade Route states are stuck in the middle.
So, we have to be the "nice intermediary" for both sides.
One with a BIG REAL ECONOMY, the other with a rapidly RELATIVELY SHRINKING ECONOMY but with two big PROTECTORATEs!


Gosh, Jesus!


ha ha ha


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