china-nuke-strike8201_s640x430    This week China began to advertise its plans to use its nuclear submarine fleet to attack the United States on the East and West Coasts.  But many in U.S. business communities shout that, in ‘real life,’China attacks this country every day with lopsided business, banking and manufacturing assaults.

According to Indian Express, China now has some 70 or more submarines:  “Though the media has not revealed the numbers of nuclear subs, international defense experts estimate it has eight to 10 subs backed by 50 to 60 diesel and electric submarines,” manned by over 100,000 naval personnel. claims that China has the world’s second largest fleet. But why does this nation with a plus-million-man army spend so much ‘public relations’ time and space ‘fantasizing’ about pulverizing the U.S.?  In bragging about its submarine fleet, Chinese officials specifically tell the Global Times:

“Because the Midwest states of the U.S. are sparsely populated, in order to increase the lethality, [our] nuclear attacks should mainly target the key cities on the West Coast of the United States, such as Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego.” Thus, they have given quite a bit of thought to a planned attack.

They also include the U.S. East Coast in their calculations: “If we launch our DF 31A ICBMs over the North Pole, we can easily destroy a whole list of metropolises on the East Coast and the New England region of the U.S., including Annapolis, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Portland, Baltimore and Norfolk, whose population accounts for about one-eighth of America’s total residents.”

China widely distributed such remarks throughout the huge country and its territories claiming that their pack of submarines will ‘now’ go on routine ‘strategic  patrols,’ “which means that China for the first time has acquired the strategic deterrence and second strike capability against the United States.”

The Wall Street Journal’s list of the Top 10 Countries that Hate the U.S.––Pakistan, Palestinian Territories, Algeria,  countries-hate-USLebanon, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Greece, and Serbia––does not mention China.  But The Washington Times insists that China hates the U.S. even more:  “‘We hate you guys,’ China Banking Regulatory Commission Director General Luo Ping fumed about the PRC being forced into buying U.S. Treasuries to protect Beijing’s massive U.S. debt holdings.

“Once you start issuing $1 trillion-$2 trillion … we know the dollar is going to depreciate, so we hate you guys, but there is nothing much we can do.” Both that newspaper and The New York Times insists that China cheats, steals and unevenly applies falsified data to cover such internationally illegal activities.

In May of 2011, The New York Times wrote:  “The list of complaints is long: 80 percent of the computer software in China is counterfeit. Beijing just published a new investment catalog that keeps a long list of industries off limits for American firms.  It changed the investment vetting process to allow Chinese companies to recommend barring acquisitions by foreign rivals.”

Earlier this year, David Goldman reports for CNN:  “The United States is reportedly under attack by the Chinese government. America’s business secrets, critical infrastructure and wealth are the targets.”

Bible Historical Books relates the story of King Hezekiah, who after successfully resisting an enemy invasion, while simultaneously overcoming personal illness, allowed laziness and pride dupe him into revealing all of his nation’s strengths to the same enemy (2 Kings chapters 19 – 20). Unless––like Hezekiah––this nation’s leaders want to be held captive, they must stay alert!

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