About China plans to invade US! Page 4
|December 16th, 2005||#32|
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Can someone please confirm that this speach is 100% bogus so we have full justification in asking for the thread to get locked??
I don't doubt that some of the old hardline Communist Party members might be willing to make statements like these but never publicly. Those old relics are not running things these days and the leadership knows better than to publicly say any of these things. There might be a few things in there that they even believe to be true, but they're not dumb enough to broadcast to the entire planet, "Hey everyone! We're the new master race and well be taking over the world pretty soon! Everybody try to act surprised anyways please!"
This article's originator is relying on the fact that China has engendered a lot of mistrust throughout the world. Most of that is old news and long since past, but us silly Westerners may prove a tad gullible when it comes to so-called "Communist" China. Funny thing is that our two nations have a lot friendlier relations than people like to think.
"It is well that war is so terrible, else we should grow too fond of it."
- General Robert E. Lee
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|December 17th, 2005||#33|
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Working on it but not easy to "prove" it is wrong beyond a doubt. One would have to find an official source that references this document and declares its contents to be complete bollocks.
"The purpose of fighting is to win. There is no possible victory in defense. The sword is more important than the shield and skill is more important than either. The final weapon is the brain. All else is supplemental." - John Steinbeck
|December 20th, 2005||#34|
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|December 20th, 2005||#36|
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there is no benefit for allowing this thread to continue
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