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KNOW-THIS
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572 posts, Jul 2003

posted 02-11-2004 11:04 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for KNOW-THIS     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
http://www.rense.com/general27/major.htm

"despite overwhelming U.S. military and technological superiority, China can still defeat the United States by transforming its weakness into strength and exploiting U.S. vulnerabilities through asymmetric warfare, assassin's-mace weapons, deception, surprise and pre-emptive strikes."

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letxa2000
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293 posts, Dec 2003

posted 02-11-2004 11:14 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for letxa2000     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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The Bush administration's ambiguous China policy got a kick in the pants recently when the Pentagon and the bipartisan, congressionally chartered U.S.-China Security Review Commission issued separate reports describing Beijing's looming military threat to U.S.

Just to be clear, it's not Bush's ambiguous China policy. It's U.S. policy to be vague on China/Taiwan and has been U.S. policy since at least the Clinton administration--and I think even before that, if I remember correctly. In fact, the article cited says it is at least Clinton-era but for some reason blames it on Bush which is just part of the blame-Bush-for-everything game. The U.S. has been intentionally vague on that issue for more than a decade.

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The wide-ranging purpose of China's military buildup must be recognized. It is not a response, as is sometimes suggested, to U.S. support for Taiwan and other Asian friends. Rather, the buildup should be understood as aimed at excluding the U.S. from Asia, and establishing the ability to threaten and coerce neighboring states ranging from Mongolia to Japan to India.

Considering the fact that those that seem to like projecting American military force around the world are often slandered as "neocons" here, I'm surprised the above wouldn't be received here good news.

Perhaps I just misundertand the condtradictions that abound here.

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KNOW-THIS
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posted 02-11-2004 12:22 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for KNOW-THIS     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Well if the savior is Bush is merely mimicking Clinton's poor policies, how is he any better? The point is, he now has the power to attempt to make revisions but he instead does nothing. It really doesn't make sense to blame anyone other than the individiual who currently has the potential power to make these changes. You seem to be on the blame Clinton for everything bandwagon. But Clinton is no longer in office, the complaints are futile. Try focusing on the NOW. You said yourself that the Clinton era was mentioned in the article, it's not like it was supposed to be a secret. You enjoy griping over nothing.

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KNOW-THIS
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posted 02-11-2004 12:30 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for KNOW-THIS     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
"Considering the fact that those that seem to like projecting American military force around the world are often slandered as "neocons" here, I'm surprised the above wouldn't be received here good news."


"The wide-ranging purpose of China's military buildup must be recognized."


The section you quoted wasn't discussing the dispersing of US forces, rather the buildup of China's as seen above. Seeing as how our own countries greed driven companies are literally fueling China's economy at our expense. I really don't see any reason for any rational minded, patriotic citizen to jump for joy over this. That applies to this forum, or anywhere else for that matter. We are helping our own enemies build themselves up into becoming the next superpower.



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