1. Anti-Chinese U.S. Propaganda Anti-U.S.
2. Chinese Propaganda
3. China Bio-Terror
4. China News & Propaganda
5. China's Military Expansion
6. Chinese Death & Disasters
7. Chinese Drones
8. Chinese Mystery Missile (2010)
9. Chinese Space Terror
10. Chinese Terrorists
11. Rise of China
12. U.S. & China & Cyber Terror
13. U.S. & Chinese Diplomatic Tensions
14. U.S. & Chinese Military Maneuver
15. U.S. & Chinese War Propaganda
China’s Latest Military Weapons
Complementing the ever growing United States versus China war propaganda is unprecedented military growth by China as well as numerous war maneuvers by both the U.S. and China. A quick look at China’s new military might indicates that China is less concerned with self-defense but rather a stab at world dominance. Aside from their latest aircraft carriers, drones and stealth fighters, China boasts the new Type 99 Main battle tank, the HQ-19 missile system which can track up to 100 airborne targets at once, the PGZ-95 anti-aircraft system fires which up to 800 25mm rounds a minute, the Type 22 Houbei Class which is the world’s first attack catamaran, Type 052 destroyers which carry 48 missiles apiece, the Kilo-class submarine which can bring China’s nuclear payload anywhere in the world, and the Dongfeng class of ICBMs can theoretically drop a nuclear missile anywhere in North America.
U.S. & Chinese Military Maneuvers
Based on military maneuvers conducted by both China and the United States in 2012 alone, war between the two nuclear nations is closer than ever. On May 11, 2012, the U.S. Navy successfully tested a new anti-ballistic missile over the Pacific. The next month on June 12, 2012, commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet Admiral Cecil Haney stated that the Navy will be sending its most advanced vessels and aircraft to the Asia-Pacific region. That same month on June 19, 2012, it was reported that China, Iran, Russia and Syria participated in the “largest war game”. Two day later on June 21, 2012, it was reported that the U.S, Japan and South Korea began joint naval exercises in waters near China. Two after that on June 23, 2012, it was reported that the U.S. is now rebuilding and refurbishing former military bases in the Asia-Pacific region. Four days later on June 27, 2012, it was reported that the U.S. had tested yet another medium-range, separating ballistic missile off the coast of Hawaii. Three days after that on June 30, 2012, it was reported that a group of Russia’s Pacific Fleet warships arrived at the U.S. Pearl Harbor naval base to take part in the Rim of the Pacific international drills. A week later on July 8, 2012, it was reported that B-1 bombers are being transferred from Afghanistan to the Asia-Pacific region. “The B-1′s capabilities are particularly well-suited to the vast distances and unique challenges of the Pacific region, and we’ll continue to invest in, and rely on, the B-1 in support of the focus on the Pacific” stated Major General Michael Holmes, assistant deputy chief of staff for Air Force Operations. On October 3, 2012, it was reported that U.S. Stryker Brigade spent the past month training in Hawaii conducting hand-grenade qualification, assault tactics with a focus on platoon-level training. A few weeks later on October 15, 2012, it was reported that one of China’s seven military command groups held a joint military drill involving infantry, artillery and air forces to improve the ability of paratroops to land on and capture an island.
Chinese Attack on Hawaii: New Pearl Harbor
Based on recent military drills and maneuvers, an attack by China on the U.S. island of Hawaii is likely.
On August 13, 2012, it was reported that China launched the “Bahai Sea Green Pearl”, a 36,000-ton ferry and cruise ship commissioned in August of 2012 at Yantai Port in China’s northeastern Shandong Province. The ship is intended to ferry cars and passengers across the Yellow Sea, but when needed by the People’s Liberation Army, the “Green Pearl” can double as a troop carrier. Visually, the “Green Pearl” looks just like any other civilian cruise ship and could easily be used to secretly transport Chinese troops to Hawaii in a surprise attack. A few months later on October 3, 2012, it was reported that U.S. Stryker Brigade spent the past month training in Hawaii conducting hand-grenade qualification, assault tactics with a focus on platoon-level training. Two weeks later on October 15, 2012, it was reported that one of China’s seven military command groups held a joint military drill involving infantry, artillery and air forces to improve the ability of paratroops to land on and capture an island.
China & Cyber Terrorism
The nation of China has been systematically accused of hacking and has been linked to numerous acts of cyber-terrorism. Based on news and events surrounding, China more than any other nation is sure to be scapegoated in the aftermath of cyber-terror attacks against the United States. On October 5, 2011, U.S. lawmakers publically accused China of cyber-terror and demanded that China stop its “pervasive” cyber-espionage campaign and cybercrime against America. A few weeks later on October 28, 2011, it was reported that Chinese hackers may have interfered with two US satellites on four separate occasions. A week later, a U.S. government report stated that it can expect more aggressive efforts from China to collect information through cyberespionage in areas such as pharmaceuticals, defense and manufacturing.
In March of 2012, a U.S. congressional report stated that China’s strengthening cyber capabilities will complicate U.S. efforts to defend itself against industrial espionage. Despite the alleged cyber-terror threat from China, Chinese joint ventures with U.S. manufacturers in hardware, software and telecommunications have created a “potential vector” for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to exploit and compromise American security. In what appears to be cyberwar political posturing, Chinese police arrested over 10,000 suspects and 600 criminal gangs during its latest crackdown on cybercrime while U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, has publically stated that after several years of escalating diplomacy and warnings, the U.S. is making little headway in its efforts to tamp down aggressive Chinese cyberattacks against American companies and the government. October 8, 2012, a report from the House Intelligence Committee warned that American companies should avoid doing business with China’s telecom companies because they poses a national security threat to the U.S. and that “China has the means, opportunity, and motive to use telecommunications companies for malicious purposes”.
China & Space
Recent space cyber-terror propaganda states that the international space station and satellites may be targeted for cyber-terror in the near future. On October 28, 2011, it was reported that Chinese hackers may have interfered with two US satellites on four separate occasions in 2007 and 2008. According to the report, the Chinese hackers had enough access to take complete control of one of the satellites but chose not to do. Then on May 17, 2011, it was reported that a Romanian hacker claimed to have breached a computer server at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and gained access to confidential satellite data. Roughly a year later on March 1, 2012, it was reported that in testimony before a House Science, Space and Technology subcommittee, NASA Inspector General Paul Martin said the notebook computer stolen in March 2011 “resulted in the loss of the algorithms” used to control the space station. This particular laptop, Martin said, was one of 48 NASA notebooks or mobile devices stolen between April 2009 and April 2011. A week later on March 7, 2012, it was reported that Chinese hackers gained ‘full access’ to the computer network in one of Nasa’s key control centres, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) which manages 23 spacecraft conducting active space missions, including missions to Jupiter, Mars and Saturn. Operating from an internet address in China, the hackers gained full system access allowing them to upload hacking tools to steal user IDs and control Nasa systems, as well as copy sensitive files. Should U.S. satellites or spacecraft begin a free-fall to planet earth, China will be scapegoated.
China & EMP Terror
China has been set-up as the EMP terror scapegoat much the same way that it has been set-up as the cyber-terror scapegoat. If the U.S. propaganda is to be believed, China is currently developing EMP weapons and could use them against U.S. aircraft carriers in any future conflict. Aside from China, the U.S. has also publically accused North Korea of also developing EMP weapons. If and when an EMP terror attack strikes America, there is a high probability that China will ultimately scapegoated and attacked, so long as the American military is able to function post-EMP attack.
Chinese EMP Attack?
On November 10, 2010, it was reported that a satellite monitoring the western coastal regions of North America detected an “EMP anomalous event” which occurred on November 8, 2010, when a Chinese sub allegedly fired an EMP weapon. According to the report, the Chinese Navy fired an EMP missile on the U.S. based cruise ship “Carnival Splendor resulting in a “catastrophic crippling” that left 4,500 passengers stranded and its crew “dead in the water”. Later that same day on November 8, 2010, a mysterious missile was caught on video flying off the coast of California near Los Angeles, California. The U.S. government denied that they were responsible for the missile, but a Russian report stated that the missile was in fact a BGM-109 (Tomahawk) subsonic cruise missile launched from a US Navy Ohio-Class submarine operating off the coast of California. What exactly happened that day is not clear, but apparently the Chinese attacked the “Carnival Splendor” with an EMP weapon and the U.S. sent up a random missile to distract the world from it.