dusty1 Post time: 2016-7-1 14:01
Your people live for war look at your history
THE INVASION OF TIBET
In 1903,Lord Curzon, the head of the ruling British government in India sent Colonel Younghusband to Tibet which was the only Himalayan kingdom not be under colonial British rule.
Between 2,000 and 3,000 Tibetans slaves and monks are thought to have been killed by the advancing British troops.
Early in the campaign, troops gunned down 700 lightly-armed Tibetan monks standing in their path in the Massacre of Chumik Shenko.
The slaughter was so brutal that Lieutenant Arthur Hadow, commander of the Maxim guns detachment, wrote afterwards: 'I got so sick of the slaughter that I ceased fire.
During that time, the Lama fled to a friendly country.
Do you need me to continue with your war mongering history?
emanreus Post time: 2016-6-30 20:15
in your words Chinas space program is where the Yanks where 1916
No, China is doing very well on the space program. I'm speaking of the knowledge needed to operate and integrate CVs into modern fleet ops.
Please don't twist my words into something that makes me look bad so you can feel good about yourself.