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China’s Military Built with Cloned Weapons

Historically, China has been a great innovator contributing inventions such as gunpowder, paper and the compass to human advancement. However, China has earned an international reputation in recent decades as being the home of a prolific copycat culture.

The Chinese have become proficient at cloning products ranging from designer handbags and the latest smartphones to movies and alcoholic beverages. Fake Apple stores, counterfeit KFC restaurants and imitation IKEA big-box outlets dot the Chinese landscape. They have even built entire replica European towns.

Some Western observers believe this cultural attitude towards imitation is rooted in Confucianism where followers traditionally learned by replicating masterworks and then tried to improve upon them.

20b Nike fake credit meckleychina flickr

Chinese reinterpretation of Nike sandals, Logo

The fact that the Chinese commonly refer to today’s imitation products as “Shanzhai” indicates that they recognize the dubious nature of the current practice. The term “Shanzhai” translates to “mountain stronghold” and was originally applied to pirate factories producing counterfeit goods in remote areas beyond the reach of regulatory control.

The copycat business is no longer restricted to outlying lawless regions. It has entered the mainstream and been embraced by government officials who seem content to allow other nations to develop products and technology which they can then acquire legitimately through licensing or illegitimately through counterfeiting and espionage. This approach allows China to stay competitive on the world stage while saving them the time and money it would cost to develop their own products.

An industry in which Chinese cloning has excelled to a disconcerting degree is the manufacture of weapon systems. China’s expanding military and growing assertiveness has been bolstered by weapons cloned from the arsenals of other countries. Bleeding edge U.S. aircraft including the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and Northrop Grumman X-47B unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV) have Chinese counterparts that are remarkably similar. Some of the technology used in these designs was almost certainly acquired through a vigorous Chinese cyber spying campaign.

U.S. Defense officials have stated that Chinese military hackers undertaking “technical reconnaissance” have succeeded in pilfering highly classified technical documents on a number of occasions. The sensitive technical data that is known to have been compromised is now evident in the latest versions of several Chinese weapons.

Officials also suspect that China has managed to obtain valuable technical advances by making backroom deals with U.S. allies that bought American weapons. It is for this reason that the U.S. decided not to export the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor stealth fighter.

It is not only American weapon designs and technology that have been stolen and replicated by the Chinese. Russia has at times served as China’s unwitting research and development department. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia was in need of money and held a fire sale of its state of the art Sukhoi Su-27 fighter. China bought two dozen of the fighters but later negotiated for a license to assemble additional planes domestically using key components imported from Russia. Within a few years China claimed that the fighter no longer met their needs and canceled the contract. To the fury of the Russians, the Chinese soon debuted the indigenously built and equipped Shenyang J-11B fighter that looks identical to the Su-27.

Russia continued to use Chinese money from arms sales to develop new technology, which China then stole. After several deals in which the Chinese quickly reversed engineered Russian weapons to produce their own versions, Russia finally wised up and began to reject Chinese requests to purchase single examples of their most advanced systems on a “trial” basis.

To add salt to Russia’s wounds, China is now exporting knockoff weapons to the international market and undercutting Russia’s own arms trade in the process. But like a counterfeit Louis Vuitton handbag with a faulty zipper, Chinese clone weapons may be more style over performance.

“I think the big issue with all Chinese weapons – including copies of Western equipment – is that they remain untested in combat,” Eric Wertheim author of U.S. Naval Institute’s Combat Fleets of the World and a naval analyst said.
“We just don’t know how they will perform, so while they may be far less expensive than their western counterparts, many countries are understandably reluctant to take the risk of acquiring products that haven’t passed the ultimate test of combat. I expect that some of these systems are likely to perform as advertised while others may significantly underperform compared to their western counterparts.”

Although Chinese clone weapons may not yet posses the quality and capabilities of the originals, several U.S. military and industry officials have expressed concern that the ongoing sophisticated cyber espionage campaign will allow China to rapidly improve their arsenal and even soon produce aircraft that will match all aspects of US fifth generation fighters like the F-22 and F-35.

These examples illustrate the extent to which the Chinese military has relied upon weapons developed by other nations:

Aircraft

 Russian Sukhoi Su-33

Chinese Shenyang J-15 Flying Shark based on the Russian Sukhoi Su-33

Chinese Shenyang J-15 Flying Shark based on the Russian Sukhoi Su-33

A Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II (U.S.)

A Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II (U.S.)

Shenyang J-31 which was unveiled in late 2014.

Shenyang J-31 which was unveiled in late 2014.

Yakovlev Yak-130

Yakovlev Yak-130

Hongdu L-15 Falcon supersonic trainer based on the Yakovlev Yak-130

Hongdu L-15 Falcon supersonic trainer based on the Yakovlev Yak-130

 Shenyang J-11 based on the Russian Sukhoi Su-27

Shenyang J-11 based on the Russian Sukhoi Su-27

Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker Righter (Russia)

Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker Righter (Russia)

Antonov An-12 Cub transport aircraft (Russia)

Antonov An-12 Cub transport aircraft (Russia)

Chinese Shaanxi Y-9 Transport Aircraft

Chinese Shaanxi Y-9 Transport Aircraft

Unmanned Vehicles

Northrop Grumman X-47B Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV)

Northrop Grumman X-47B Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV)

Chinese Lijian Sharp Sword UCAV

Chinese Lijian Sharp Sword UCAV

Northrop Grumman MQ-8 Fire Scout unmanned helo (U.S.)

Northrop Grumman MQ-8 Fire Scout unmanned helo (U.S.)

Chinese SVU-200 Flying Tiger unmanned helo

Chinese SVU-200 Flying Tiger unmanned helo

General Atomics MQ-1 Predator UAV (U.S.)

General Atomics MQ-1 Predator UAV (U.S.)

Chengdu Wing Loong “Pterodactyl” UAV

Chengdu Wing Loong “Pterodactyl” UAV

Ground Vehicles

2S19 Msta-S Self-Propelled Howitzer (Russia)

2S19 Msta-S Self-Propelled Howitzer (Russia)

Chinese PLZ-05 Self-Propelled Howitzer

Chinese PLZ-05 Self-Propelled Howitzer

AM General HMMWV Humvee Light Truck (U.S.)AM General HMMWV Humvee Light Truck (U.S.)

Chinese Dongfeng EQ2050 Brave Soldier

Chinese Dongfeng EQ2050 Brave Soldier

BM-30 Smerch “Whirlwind” multiple rocket launcher (Russia)

BM-30 Smerch “Whirlwind” multiple rocket launcher (Russia)

Chinese PHL03 multiple rocket launcher

Chinese PHL03 multiple rocket launcher

Russian BMP-1 amphibious infantry fighting vehicle

Russian BMP-1 amphibious infantry fighting vehicle

Chinese WZ-501 amphibious infantry fighting vehicleChinese WZ-501 amphibious infantry fighting vehicle

Infantry Weapons

U.S. M-4A1

U.S. M-4A1

Chinese CQ 5.56mm Assault Carbine

Chinese CQ 5.56mm Assault Carbine

FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile (U.S.)

FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile (U.S.)

Chinese Hongjian-12 Red Arrow anti-tank missile

Chinese Hongjian-12 Red Arrow anti-tank missile

  • Secundius

    I wonder how many of these were “Outsourced” Technology Products came from US (the USA), and how many came from our Mediterranean Shored Middle-East “Ally”…

    • Mikey

      Your desires to blame dah joos for everything is admirable, but in this case a sitting US president had literally sold out American security for cash money.

    • Mark Matis

      I wonder instead how many of these were given to them by the last four administrations. That would be Shrub One, Slick, Shrub Two, and the Muslim in Chief…

  • meangreenMarine

    How many came from hacking into the computers of Companies that design and manufacture these products?

    • Mr. Speaker

      Why hack?
      The defense industry (and the government) have plenty of U.S. educated engineers born in China that are involved with the development of those systems.
      Sure, there’s a vetting process for industry and back ground investigations for clearances in the DoD/Gov but let’s not be so naïve to think that the Chinese don’t have an industrial espionage program in place that takes advantage of the U.S. governments “diversity” requirement.

      • Marion Mitchell Morrison

        Absolutely correct. I have seen it in action.
        Anyone who has worked in China knows that they have perfected the art of stealing from western companies, and have a supporting victim ideology to justify it. Why anyone does business with them beats me. Deals with the devil. From their point of view, they have gone from dirt poor (their own damn fault) to 2nd largest economy in 1 generation, and they’re proud of it.

        • Curtis Conway

          ….. and now they are of the mindset to ‘Lord it over us’ (South China Sea policy).

      • Curtis Conway

        Are you saying that being ‘Native Born’ means something (tongue in cheek)?

      • dp

        Just add these numbers to the diversity that Barry is adding to the American shores from Syria, Iraq, and countless other countries and Mr. Speaker, we are in trouble because we have no way of vetting these folks.

        • Mr. Speaker

          I don’t think my ancestors were vetted either.

  • TheLastPlainsman

    I don’t believe that they will be able to beat us in the first round but I am always reminded of what Mao said in regards to nuclear war; you can kill 500 million of us but there will still be 500 million left to fight.
    And make no mistake, we will be at war with China inside of 10-12 years, outside.

    • Bloodaxe

      Correction: if 500 million Chinese were killed there’d still be 850 million of them left.

  • Pepperspray137

    If Chinese weapon clones work as well as the rest of the Chinese “knock-offs” we have zero worries about their military. With the exception that they will pollute Earth’s waters with all the nuclear material and oil that will be sent to the bottom of the ocean.

  • HosedInAmerica

    Why all of the heartburn over the Red Chinese military? Their modern military is only one of the benefits of “Free Trade”.

  • TED from Boston

    shameless Chicoms only know how to steal, hack, pirate and counterfeit

  • bmw111

    But isn’t this the Obama Doctrine? “Peace through Equality.” Unfortunately, some are still more “equal” than others, but just give the plan a few more years and we’ll all be at a Third World level.

  • rickmcinnis

    Don’t forget how much of this was sold to the Chinese by the Clintons.

    • Gary Grimm

      the gifts that keep on giving.

    • Uncle Sham

      no one is better at making cheap knock-offs than the Chinese

    • nvrat

      You beat me to it. Yes Bubba Clinton sold computers, weapons programs and some weapons designed to china in the late 80`s. General Motors was one of the providers for computers and system`s designs after they (GM) purchased Hughes Aircraft Co. in 1982. Yes, I was a Hughes employee and later a GM employee before retiring in the 90`s and remember asking why our congress did nothing to stop the sale.

    • Funny, as soon as I read the title of this article Slick Willy came to mind. Ya stole my thunder. I thought I was the only one that remembered it.

    • peteyone

      Don’t forget all the nuclear secrets that were given or sold to them. Also the fact that Bernie Schwartz of Loral gave them a bunch of stuff too!

    • jibls

      Don’t know if they are even that smart, after all they paid North Korea billions of dollars to build nukes.

  • ata777

    Hacking? Don’t forget when Bill Clinton, courtesy of abiding his crony at the Loral Corporation, GAVE away missile guidance.

    • bill_a_bob

      and there’s probably backdoors on all these Lenovo laptops they make for US consumption

    • Martin Van Nostran

      But Clinton got a really good campaign contribution from Loral out of the deal. So it’s all good in Clintonland.

      • JustAl

        And rumors of a long visit at the White House by a very good looking female PLA officer.

        • Bloodaxe

          Mucho boom-boom in exchange for a few secrets? What a deal!

    • Gary Grimm

      the Clinton legacy. multi stage guidance to the red Chinese, which then provided the technology to North Korea.

  • CapeMOGuy

    You left out the Chinese Space Shuttle. Rumor is they copied everything except software.

  • Rob Meier

    Not cool to steal military secrets but I kinda like that Chinese make regular knock-offs. It keeps the real stuff cheaper. I tend to think the US has overbearing copy right laws.

  • Melskid

    I voted for Clinton as a response to Bush Sr. giving China MFN status. In my opinion he was the worst President that ever did damage to this nation only time I have ever voted for a Democrat.

    • dp

      Bet you were sorry for both your vote choices like many others are today.

  • bill_a_bob

    The Chinese can thank Al Gore and Hillary for all the US stuff

  • Daniel Staggers

    Yeah, exactly, the F-35 is a Clinton gift to them. In fact, the Chinese make it right, with two engines exactly like it should have. That must be embarrassing, eh?

  • publius_maximus_III

    My guess is the copying is not being done out of necessity, just because it is faster, easier, and cheaper. A study of standardized test scores done back in the 1990’s (published as a book entitled “The Bell Curve”) compared IQ distributions for different populations — Eastern Asians came out on top. So it’s not because of a lack of brainpower that they do this. Maybe articles like this one will shame them into stopping their espionage? NOT

    We need to do a much better job of cyber security. For one thing, we ought to -STOP- transmitting sensitive material between various military sites and defense contractors using phone lines, broadband, microwaves, and radio transmissions — all of which can become a ready conduit of information to hackers. Our newer generation of designers have become complacent and enjoy the convenience of logging into work over a cup of coffee and a Danish at home. A new way of transporting information between different locations needs to be devised — maybe DVD’s transferred daily by secure drones or couriers? If there is nothing to hack, then the hacker is left out in the cold.

    Continuing what we are doing today is just asking for more of the same unsatisfactory results tomorrow…

    • Marion Mitchell Morrison

      Read something the other day that it is 70% cheaper to copy than develop.

  • chaindawg812

    We have giving it to them for years, they are just doing what we let them do.

  • mirted

    Clintons, etc.: Yes, remember the names Johnny Chung and Wen Ho Le?
    Remember Sandy Berger caught taking classified documents out of a building, illegally….nothing happened to him. And guess what, every Democrat voter let him do it without penalty, just as they let (nay, encouraged) Obama violate the Constitution blatantly.

    • publius_maximus_III

      And don’t forget Wun Hung Lo.

  • Confused

    These designs weren’t stolen. The Clinton administration SOLD these technologies for 8 years while they were in office in the 90s. The 2nd Clinton Administration (while Hillary was head of State Dept.) continued to sell these technologies. This is what you get with a Clinton. See how many millions of dollars have flowed from China into the Democrat Campaign Committee, into the Clinton Foundation and into Bill and Hillary’s bank accounts in the form of “donations and speaking fees.” Sick!

  • mroadster

    People who transfer military technology to any foreign power, either through sale or theft, should be publicly tried and summarily executed for treason. That would deter some of the theft.

    We did it when scientists were caught transferring atomic technology to the Russians, it is still useful for today.

    Foreign spies masquerading as scientists in the defense industry need to be identified and have unfortunate “accidents” befall them (after being properly interrogated, by whatever means necessary).

    The green card program for defense industry needs to be ended. We are training our adversaries.

  • victor_whisky

    Rest easy, the Chinese will never copy the F-35. At over 300 million each, it is a known fact the F-35 is a gigantically overpriced dog that can be taken down by Vietnam era fighters. As a real fighter, it comes no where near in matching the performance of it’s predecessor, the F-16. In mock dogfights with Russian aircraft, both real and computer generated scenarios, it lost every time. And as a ground support aircraft, it is less accurate the the old A-10.

    It was supposed to be a multi task (compromised), aircraft that can not do any of its tasks well and mostly designed and engineered to be a huge money stream for the Wall Street run industrial military complex.

    • Paolo Moleman

      +100
      If the Chinese are smart, they will keep copying Russian stuff. The F-35 is junk. Also Pierre Sprey who worked on the F-16 and A-10 with Colonel Boyd and Col Riccioni has said stealth is a scam. It can be seen by long wave radar.

      • victor_whisky

        To demonstrate what a scam the military complex is, they had the V-22 Osprey in development since the late 1950’s or early sixties. It would never work due to its complexity and it wasn’t until they got micro computers in the mid 80’s did they manage to make it a stable flying platform. The military really did not want it, but the industrial military complex and their paid politicians kept pushing it.

        All you have to do is shoot off one engine or simply damage the tip of one propeller to get it off balance and the whole thing will crash. And supposing the control mechanism is damaged and you can’t rotate the engines to vertical to hover into the landing configurations, those propellers are so huge, you wouldn’t be able to land it like an airplane. Billions and billions were wasted on this impractical aircraft.

    • dp

      Compromise will assure that you will never win anything.

      • victor_whisky

        Compromise works in business and politics, doesn’t work on fighter aircraft. You can’t create an aircraft that does everything well, they are either fighters, ground support or bombers. There is plenty of case history to back it up, but the military is run by hand picked generals who will dance to the tune of the Industrial Military complex, and eventually end up working for them.

    • Bloodaxe

      It looks like a total dog but they’ve committed so much money to it they can’t back out of it. So, they’ll continue throwing tons of good money after bad.

  • jimhobson

    The US has failed the country by not carefully protecting design info.

  • Peter_T

    some of the pics shown are not similar. The contours of land vehicles are different as the mounted weapons.

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  • georgia dawg

    the headline should read,,,chinese military hardware sold to them by bill clinton.

  • justamom

    Funny how the Clintons comes first to my mind. Shouldn’t they be in jail for treason??

    • publius_maximus_III

      Not when they hold all the patent rights for Teflon.

      • dp

        Now that;s just plain funny.

  • Mr Marble

    What do you expect when the U.S. gave the Chinese full access to every patent and military secret we have……………….. Looks like other governments did the same.

    • flowers_for_all_p0liticians

      All for cash and misguided BS of level playing field, blah blah blah…

  • darkcontinent

    The Chinese studied Obama in order to make a copy but found the original design to not be worth a crap.

  • Platopus

    Who had the great idea to put blue prints on the Internet?

  • Wavy1

    No, Chinese now able to afford weapons cause stupid American CEO send all production to China, producing surplus of cash. Keep up the good work American CEO someday we come find your richass for re-education or something else. Enjoy short-term profit for long term suffering for your children and grandchildren. We knew you would do it to yourself for a few dollars more, hahahahah

    • publius_maximus_III

      Fuhgetaboudit — Those CEO’s long ago became ex-pats in places like Singapore, seeing the inevitable result of their greed long before the masses.

      We’ve got to figure out how to stop the steady stream of container ships stacked ten high with cheap goods, then filled with reams of worthless T-bills on the return trip.

  • TAG

    plus interchangeable parts in time of dire need?

  • Guest

    Don’t forget to thank our State Department for all those Chinese visas

  • gram56

    Soo..we could save a bunch of money by not buying “American made” weapon systems?..

  • Kumbayah

    …if we lived in a just world, you would be correct.

  • Dave Miller

    When we go to war with China how will we win when everything that we need is made there? What will happen when China stops all exports? We have hardly any factories left in this country to produce anything to supply people the necessities of life much less the factories to supply our military during a full scale war.

    • publius_maximus_III

      That, plus if they killed all of us, who’s going to pay them back for all of those IOU’s?

  • Shagnasty1

    Chinese submarines are a direct copy of our Trident subs. They are able to do a lot of their copying our military hardware because OUR STUPID GOVERNMENT has Chinese nationals working in come of our most sensitive areas of research & development. We are always reading were some Chinese national has been caught leaving these areas with top secret material on their computers or thumb drives. There are also foreign nationals from several other countries that are antagonistic towards the US working in these areas and I had once read even Iranian nationals. These countries are our enemies! China is our enemy! Does it get any more STUPID than this? Oh, and it isn’t just the Obama administration doing this. Bush and Clinton did this too. Clinton really loved the Chinese.

  • Wayne Barrett

    Who are you kidding, those military secrets where given to the Chinese to buy US Treasuries. The US has built up every enemy it claims to face whether it’s Russia, China, North Korea, ISIS through backdoor deals and secret alliances and agendas. The China Sea was given to the Chinese by the US and now they pretend it’s something they’re resisting. Just like the phony Russian cold war right now, these are world leaders dividing the planet among each other without their own people being involved or their futures

    • patroy75

      We heard Obama telling the Russians he would have more latitude when he was re-elected. So you are correct. Obama is a muslim commie.

  • Paolo Moleman

    As long as they copy garbage like the F-35 then the USA is safe. The biggest threat to America is Wash DC, NYC and Hollywood.

  • Jack Davis

    LOL!!

    Love the picture of the “Shaanxi Y-9 Transport Aircraft” coming in with one engine down!

    Bought my kid a “Huffy” bike (made in China now, of course.) The freaking rear tire tube EXPLODED at half pressure because the tire is so mismatched to the rim it CAME OFF. Now you would think the if there was ANYTHING the Chinese could make well, it would be a bicycle!

  • Jack Coyote

    The american government is incompetent. The Chinese are eating our lunch.

    • rolltides

      What Americans don’t realize is China has a goal it is called the 100 year marathon and they are winning fast.

      • Jack Coyote

        Yes, the Chinese do see long range and they know that several drips make a pan, several pans make a bucket, etc. In fact the Communists in America use the same strategy for social and economic issues.

    • patroy75

      The progressive American government

      • Jack Coyote

        Regressive, communist.

    • Paolo Moleman

      I think you confuse the term “incompetent” with totally corrupt.

  • Jack Coyote

    But even the Chinese won’t steal our affordable (lol!) care act.

  • chicodon

    Many Russian aircraft designs were stolen from us too. They have the planes but do they have the avionics? Maybe we’ll see soon.

    • Paolo Moleman

      Russians are arguably among the best computer programmers in the world. the F-35 software development drags on endlessly. 10 million lines of code. The gun software should be ready in 2019. I am sure written by H1-B Indian programmers. Nice job.

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  • castlerock58

    It will be on sale at Walmart in time for Christmas.

  • Lincoln1932

    Really sad to see those. Why did America let it happen?

    • rolltides

      Americans sold themselves out for a piece of paper lol.

  • jnsesq

    In no small measure bought from Bill Clinton with Chinese cash. And now we can double down on selfish, above-the-law Clintonism for America.

  • Helmut Schrivle

    Much like hoards of illegals claiming a nation they had nothing to do with.

  • MaryEllen DIgregorio

    Before Bill Clinton became president, China had a third world military. They couldn’t reliably or accurately launch a missile. They didn’t have miniaturized nukes to put on top of those missiles. Within the eight years of Clinton’s presidency, China got all of that, which took us untold hundreds of billions of dollars, and generations of research to achieve. Clinton was always signing technology waivers for China, and China was funding his political campaigns. I am baffled as to why a connection isn’t being made between this, the Clinton Foundation slush fund, and Hillary’s private email server. Put simply, the Clintons are always out for themselves, and are a national security threat.

  • Helmut Schrivle

    Bible Prophecy for Dummies.

  • snafubar

    Gee, I wonder who gave them all that technonlgy? Who the heck wants to pay taxes for our military when the technonogy is gioven to our adversaries?

  • Helmut Schrivle

    We are the Whirled…..

  • Bloodaxe

    Getting to Mr. Bill would require getting past multiple layers of security. As far as the Hildebeast is concerned, if the poor bastards assigned to guarding her nasty butt knew someone was after her, they’d probably find a way to be on break when the attack came. She hates the people assigned to protect her and treats them like shiit. They don’t care for her too much, either. No one does.

    • tdrag

      What we need is a couple of rogue Secret Service agents.

  • Drizzt

    All the world should just put aside there differences for just a short time and destroy china, then we’ll continue business as normal. I kid but thats probably what tpp was about since it had a lot to do intellectual property rights and id imagine that china will wind up with more and more sanctions until they comply.

  • IndyToddrick

    Maybe it has something to do with us moving so many factories to China too? I mean if we move an assembly factory there, then the parts and designs have to go as well. We’ve been giving them every tool they need to copy things because we can’t refuse the cheap labor. I know it is a bit different for military stuff, but think about how many toy/hobby items are made in China, and it isn’t a far stretch to upscale that technology with only minor help from spying/hacking.

    So for example, if an actual Chinese Nike factory wanted to make fake Nikes, all they would need to do is run the factory at night using their own leather and plastic rather than from the Nike warehouse. If you were poor you’d do the same thing.

  • Ragnar__Lothbrok

    I just don’t understand why we keep putting crap like this on a server that can be hacked.. they need to go back to the days of, if you want something, come get it..

  • Westsylvania

    Let’s pray the military equipment they build is of the same quality as the crap they dump on our shores. (thanks Wal-Mart)

  • bewaretheprophetwhoseeksprofit

    Don’t forget folks that Hillary’s husband was the one who gave China MERV technology. MERV for you dummies is the capability to put multiple nuclear warheads on ICBM’s aimed at the USA. Brilliant huh?

  • MaryEllen DIgregorio

    Meanwhile, we buy computer chips from China to install in our advanced weapons. These chips had “back doors” installed in them, which enables China to compromise the functioning of the chips at a time of their choosing. This would enable it to degrade the performance of our weapons when a conflict with us arises. Not long ago our entire stealth fleet had to be grounded, for a problem with a “valve.”

    Chinese generals have repeatedly called war with the U.S. “inevitable.” When their soldiers practice simulated war games, their enemy is U.S. troops, with U.S. weapons. China has shot lasers (our technology) at our satellites, and damaged them. In the event of a war, they would be able to blind us by taking out our satellites. They continued to do this, even after we threatened a military response.

    China doesn’t know who our next president will be. They’ve got a year and a half of Obama, to get while the getting is good. Hold on, people.

  • GrumpyOne

    As one loud mouthed guy from nu yawk city said, “We’ve been patsies for years,” or something like that…

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