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This post was edited by Bandito at 2013-10-13 01:47|
Alas, this effort of yours has only highlighted your limited grasp of politics. For a start, he is using up Chinese money ..............
A wise man would spend his money on a powerful rifle as others around starve.....at some point, they might want to come for you, your wife and your child. How might you repel them?By offering fish? And once they have eaten up all your food?
A serious point (below) from those that have dedicated themselves to addressing this serious issue unlike you!
However, if China’s headlong economic growth stalls or if more money is needed to serve the health and social needs of rapidly-ageing population, China might slow spending on its military by something like half its current projection. If that happens, the crossover point could be delayed by up to a decade. It is also possible (though at present America’s fiscal travails suggest otherwise), that as China rises, America will feel forced to start spending more if the security guarantees it currently makes to allies such as Japan, South Korea and Taiwan are to retain their credibility into the third decade of the century. Already, China spends more on defence than all of those three together. It is all very well for America to talk about a strategic rebalancing towards Asia, but if the money is not there to buy the ships, the aircraft and all the expensive systems that go with them, it will eventually sound hollow.
oh dingo dingo......what a mangy effort!