China’s new ambassador to Australia: We are no threat

2011-02-12 (China Military News cited from Rowan Callick and written by theaustralian.com.au) — CHINA is campaigning to intensify relations with Australia in this Year of the Rabbit, in the face of lobbying that Canberra should buy nuclear submarines as a defence against its military might.

Chen Yuming, China’s new ambassador to Australia, tells Focus during his first interview since his arrival that the “views of China as a threat are not new”. He has been watching the debate closely, he says.

“It is important to understand China’s development.”

This has been rapid, he says, but stresses China remains very weak in some areas, including its scarcity of resources and its average wealth, about 100th in the world even though the overall economy is second only to the US.

Says Chen: “Our defence budget is still only small compared with that of the US. China remains a developing country with a long way to go still and many challenges to address including the poverty of tens of millions.

“These will continue to take the top priority for China, it will focus on domestic issues. It seeks stability, and through this will contribute to world development.”

He says China has “always been a peaceful and friendly nation, with no history of hegemony or seeking dominance”.

Chen guarantees it will remain so. But, he says, some commentators respond that this doesn’t guarantee China won’t seek dominance as it becomes even stronger. And “it is natural for some people to have anxieties about China’s fast development” for which many have been unprepared. His task, he says, is to “help people come to a more objective and accurate understanding”.

And his answer is that, even when China’s gross domestic product comprised one-third of the world’s total, “China remained a peaceful country”. He talks of the great sea voyages 600 years ago led by admiral Zheng He, “who brought friendship and co-operation, instead of imposing a threat or making colonies”.

China has its legitimate defence needs too, he said, “like other countries. This is very normal, very natural.”

He launched on Thursday the Year of Chinese Culture in Australia, which will involve more than 100 events including performances, films and exhibitions all over the country.

After the election last year, he says, Beijing told Canberra that “it attaches great importance to continued close relations with the new Australian government”.

After Julia Gillard won the election, she met President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao at multilateral events. And they invited her to undertake her first visit to China, probably in April.

Chen highlights also the visit last year of Treasurer Wayne Swan, who is deepening relations with China. This includes creating a special China team within Treasury.

It is understood Beijing has become cautious about relations with Chinese-speaking Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd, whom it regards as unpredictable, a view reinforced by US cables published by WikiLeaks.

Chen says that China is taking “a cool and calm approach to WikiLeaks”.

He reveals that Commerce Minister Chen Deming (no relation) will be visiting Australia this year, which may help kickstart the languishing free trade agreement negotiations, soon to enter their sixth year.

Wan Gang, Science and Technology Minister and the first minister for more than 30 years who is not a Communist Party member, will also be visiting Australia in the next few months.

46 comments

  1. The way I figure it that in an insurgency the PRC would be lucky to get around a 5% of the resources they require out of Australia in a 10 to 15 year period. It makes invasion economic nonviable, that is without the cost of funding a counter insurgency. There are are long lines for supply of logistics and an enemy would get drawn Australian would get drawn deeper and deeper in country which makes them vulnerable to insurgent hit and run attacks. An insurgency in make Iraq and Afghanistan look like a picnic. We use dirty bombs and IED’s which means any enemy would have to wear their NBC suits 24/7 this increases the amount of H20 the soldiers require, place increase burden on logistics. That is why Australia does not spend a lot of money on defense, we have an asymmetrical warfare doctrine and all sort of nasty things like DUEFP Depleted Uranium Explosive Formed Perpetrators.

    In WW2 when the Japanese were going to invade a doctrine to deconstruct and poison the H20 supply was developed were the insurgents can use the wells and specific areas in the north in which crocodiles would be released to eat the enemy. There are only two reasons anyone would invade Australian resources and living space. We speak in indigenous dialects, and in code. Our doctrine is not to kill the enemy but to wound them as it takes three to four soldiers to assist with the AME.

    The same tactic that we used in Marjah to stall the US offensive by targeting the strategic depth, if the Taliban did not have glaucoma the snipers would have been more effected and the US would have run out of officer, NCO’s, medics and radio operators, which would have halted the offensive completely.

  2. I should add I am not singling out the PRC that refers to any hypothetical enemy including the US if they turned hostile.

  3. It would be over 8 minutes.

  4. No insurgency is over in 8 minutes I accept invasion, it not the end of the world it is only the beginning of the beginning. That is just arrogant I expect to lose all my surface naval assets and air assets. The whole point of the White Paper naval development is for one purpose. To deconstruct enemy carriers, to force the enemy to place their air assets and air bases in country, this once again increase the supply of logistics.

    See that is how the US prevent their in country airbases from being over run, because the off-shore air bases (carriers) are there to protect the in country air bases from being over run, which prevent other bases from being over run. Otherwise you have to call in a broken arrow, but there are no air assets available. Not once the carriers are gone.

    You are confusing conventional warfare with guerrilla warfare. No guerrilla war is over in 8 minutes never in history has an insurgency be over in 8 minutes or year, most insurgencies run from 10 to 20 years.

    The enemy will send their elite special forces to hunt down our guerrilla’s, we like this because we cut their heads off and put them on pikes, slit their throats and place their genitals in there. If that is what happens to the elite and rumors and propaganda via psy-ops will spread among the regular units what has happened to the elite elements.

    As with the H20 we have a scorched earth policy, all the resource assets are deconstructed, the mines, LNG platforms etc, Sabotage will continue as you try to rebuild those assets. Kopassus as in Timor know we are there back cannot find us that means that both sides of the Straits of Malacca will have to be subject to agent orange to at least 25km inland for you to have safe pass of logistic and via the Indonesian archipelago.

    You need to supply your force with food, we eat black fella food, live off the land, supply dumps are established across the country, ammo, fuel, for our dirty bikes, ATV.

    Unlike other insurgent once the objective of deconstructing the carriers has been completed they will decamp to covert overseas bases and continue to operate against enemy maritime assets disrupting logistics.

    Your other supply of logistic such as Gawadar (TTP)and via Burma are also subjected to disruption.

    You will need to deploy around half a million troops for 10 to 15 years which will leave exposed on the home front, the long it goes on the more cripples that return home, the lack of resources 5% reaching the homeland will start to effect morale on the home front for the war and cause civil unrest. It did with the Soviets and they also controlled the media.

    The overseas substations will also still be conducting cyberwarfare and psy-ops on the enemies homeland to help fuel that unrest. The Government will be in exile either in the UK, Canada or US, duel citizenship holders will leave, others will be sent overseas as the UK did during WW2. Asymmetrical warfare via guerrillas is far cheaper than a large convention occupation force, foreign countries will give donations, also we have a lot of overseas property that is worth a lot of money which can be sold to help fund the insurgency.

    This is our home and it is not if we win or lose, it is to make the enemy suffer for as long as possible. In 10 to 15 years you will either leave or you will win, but you will have suffered a huge toll in blood and money. But it will be the beginning of the end of your empire.

    History will be the judge.

  5. I would play to win. If I really wanted Australia. I would nuke the hell of it. Even in a conventional battle, you assume Australians actually possesses the will of the vietnamese and will continue to fight indefinitely. Australia can be conquered. And the lives of Australians lost would mean little to me.

  6. But my next generation submarines which will have nuclear armed cruise missiles, not that it will be officially acknowledge by the government will hit Beijing. Just like Israel undeclared nuclear arsenal. We have the will to fight, because the alternative is to live under the thumb of the Han or be liquidated. I don’t assume I know, the Australian’s you see and think you know are not representative of the true Australian. It is you whom assume.

    I have fought in three wars, Iraq, Afghanistan and OP Cast Lead. Insurgency is not conventional warfare. The orders issued at company level prior to Cast Lead to blow yourselves up with grenades and shoot comrades to prevent capture, that is me that is our mentality.

    Yes but wining is destroying the PRC, Australia is only a chess piece in that grand plan. Australia insurgency is to bleed the new superpower as people bleed the US today.

    You will not invade the US and you will not use nuclear weapons against the US because you will also no longer exist. In 15 years the US will have of recovered and you will have been weakened. That is the burden of a superpower. Just as I do no care about the Chinese that will be placed in internment camps and then liquidated prior to invasion.

    That statement means you do not think you cannot beat me in an insurgency. The US/Australian base agreement is a cover. In reality it is the same deal Israel get the supply of logistics, it means large stockpile of US weapons for an asymmetrical insurgency.

    It looks like we are not going to be able to be friends and you are indeed hostile.

  7. I would use nuclear weapons against the us. From one edge of the map to the other. As for Australia, the country has no nuclear submarines currently. China has nuclear submarines today. Australia has no ICBMs or nuclear warheads, China has ICBMs and nuclear warheads today.

    Australia arrogantly publishes an article stating that it intends to produce 12 nuclear submarines to strike China in some future date. Australia tells China, wait here for 10 yrs while I go and try to figure out how to make a gun when China right now can blow off every australian off the global map.

    China is giving Australia the time it needs to put together these warships. China is being benevolent to the australians because the Chinese know that even with 12 nuclear submarines, australia would still be a walk in the park.

  8. You shouldn’t have done that chink, threaten America.

  9. america is trash. What are you going to do about dipshit.

  10. Nice taste in trash 70s music. Dead american, just like the 70s.

  11. You shouldn’t have said that.

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    http://www.youporn.com/watch/22237/chinese-whore-suck-fuck-3/

    Somewhere in the world then chopped up into pieces.

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    Its the blood line it will make me feel better and get a good nights sleep and I know you don’t care.

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    I feel better now…

  16. That is right friends I man handle whores and no repercussions.

  17. HAHAHAHAH. You got to be fucking out of your mind. Internet tough guy. Lets see what you got.

  18. We will do this. This is a death threat over the internet. Its obviously clear. Now its about you carrying it out.

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    You just keep firing shells and using your planes to artificially cloud seed, I use HAARP to cause drought, the weather as a weapon and quantitative easing to force up food prices and to create market bubbles such as gold which you have had to increase your holdings to act as a hedge to prevent the bubble from bursting.

    Your middle class the taxation base is heavily invested in gold their life saving, it is cultural as well as being government policy.

    Know you assume a lot so let me tell you, you will have to lift the one child policy in the end, at the moment you have to have a lottery for license plates. So you need Lebensraum, you have problems with H20 now so you also need more in the future.

    Now water is the question and there is only one place you are going to be able to get both.

  20. Conspiracy theory whacko. Too bad not all of us went youtube university to get our education. China is the worlds largest food producer. Its grain output grows 3 to 4 percent a year while its population growth is half of that at 1.5 percent a year. The united states isnt even food self sufficient importing more food annually than it does in exports.

  21. Hello Matt
    How are you White Monkey? The Chinese and Indians are coming to get you….soon!!!

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    Economic warfare has to be built on a foundation like a house that foundation. First is to let the mark buy into your debt in large amounts, this seems like a mistake, but that is not the case it ties the mark to you.

    The wealth of the marks debt investment can be control by quantitative easing, this allows a dual strategy of one making your exports more competitive and reducing the value of the debt holder. The second foundation is to allow the mark to increase their exposure into other debt areas then make those areas medium risk, the PIGGs for example. Then increase that exposure to high risk. This is also a dual strategy of increasing risk, while decreasing the marks export market and forcing it to become more self reliant on domestic consumption, the taxation base.

    The PIGGs is a complicated task first you have to create the situation GFC that will create the debt, then you have to exhaust fiscal stimulus and make austerity ineffective. The marks own stimulus must be controlled and manipulated to increase exposure to the state. This would be via a barium meal that would achieve the result of the use of private firms to fund stimulus, instead of the state, except the state owns those private firms, this is the creation of a second need for stimulus from the state to bailout the private banks and funds that provided the stimulus.

    This is done to increase exposure to risk and exhaust stimulus of the state, devalue the currency, which will increase exports overtime but effects domestic wages and thus the taxation base. Placing the state in a high risk position, due to numerous artificially created bubbles domestically and internationalize. This brings me to gold the mark taxation base will be heavily exposed to gold to reduce exposure as well historic cultural reasons. A bubble is created at the correct time that bubble will burst attacking the taxation base and there investment, placing the taxation base in debt due to the crash and lose of savings. This will allow other bubbles to increase in risk a housing bubble, credit market personal loans etc.

    Once the taxation base is exposed, then basic commodities, are targeted to increase the cost of food and the cost of living. A dual strategy will be employed in which oil is link to bio fuels and the soybean market. Increasing the cost of oil will lead to increase need for bio fuels. This increase the cost of the soybean and decreases the available market for human consumption. Other commodities wheat etc can be target via HAARP, as was seen in Russia, Australia, parts of the USA etc.

    Now in the mark we will have a weaken state with low wages and high cost for basic commodities, oil, wheat, soybean. As the price of these commodities increase our market share is increased and our economy is strengthened due to the higher prices of our exports. While the mark is suffering from debt, a broken taxation base, low wages, higher commodities prices, rationing of basic commodities due to food shortages and finally social unrest, political instability. It is much more complicated than this, this is an overview.

    The disposable income in developed countries and developing countries in the US it is only 10% spent on goods, in developing countries the majority of their disposable incomes are spent on basic necessities. So while the marks government may horde and have large reserves the economic warfare will affected and due to the high food prices globally regime and countries will ban exports of wheat and other commodities to prevent social unrest in their own countries. Money is no good if the shop is closed to you.

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/money_co/2011/02/china-changes-the-food-equation-but-inflation-remains-high.html

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    Chinese consumers squeezed by rising prices.
    http://money.cnn.com/2011/02/14/news/international/china_inflation_cpi/
    China has started fining food companies that dare hike food prices.
    “The Chinese are getting killed by food inflation.”
    http://www.businessinsider.com/china-carrefour-overcharging-2011-2

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    Hu do you think gave the Indian their knew warfare doctrine, they were a piece of clay that only need to be molded into a elite fighting force. Hence former General Kapoor’s comments.
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Army-reworks-war-doctrine-for-Pakistan-China/articleshow/5392683.cms

    Why would the Australian’s fear India the US has told them they have to share the Indian Ocean with India and provide protection to the Indian carrier groups.

    See Pakistan are concerned with the Indian military build up, but the military build up is due to the PRC and the threat of Pakistan being used as a PRC proxy.

    So the India will not compete with the PRC, countering Pakistani concerns. That is why a US carrier was on the paper, it was not a mistake.

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    I will not see members of the Commonwealth exploited by a proxy for their own purposes and strategic intent.

  26. You are talking trash. This is all conspiracy theory. The motivation behind quantitative easing and lowering interest rates is to help increase liquidity in the american economy. The united states suffered and is still suffering from the real estate bubble crash that started back in 2008. Its a similar policy that was employed in 2001 to help stimulate the economy after it crashed during the IT bubble.

    “the Federal Open Market Committee voted to reduce the federal funds rate from 3.5% to 3.0%.[52] Then, after the accounting scandals of 2002, the Fed dropped the federal funds rate from then current 1.25% to 1.00%.[53] Greenspan stated that this drop in rates would have the effect of leading to a surge in home sales and refinancing.

    Besides sustaining the demand for new construction, mortgage markets have also been a powerful stabilizing force over the past two years of economic distress by facilitating the extraction of some of the equity that homeowners have built up over the years.[53]”

    Alan Greenspan helped encourage monetary growth by decreasing the federal funds rate. The goal was to encourage spending, loans, and fractional reserve lending. The economy grew as a result from people taking advantage of lower interest rates to build and purchase homes.

    In 2006, it became clear that while higher spending levels led to an economic recovery, it also led to higher levels of inflation. So the fed under bernanke raised interest rates to 5.5 percent. During that time, oil was 140 dollars per gallon.

    “Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and his colleagues raised short-term interest rates another quarter-percentage point Thursday for a 17th straight time, extending an unprecedented two-year campaign to keep a lid on inflation”.

    By 2008, the american economy had crashed, and the price for commodities had crashed alongside with them.

    “Posted 17 December 2008 – 12:19 PM
    NEW YORK: The price of New York crude oil fell below 40 dollars a barrel Wednesday for the first time since July 2004, as traders shrugged off a record OPEC output cut”.

    Bernanke got the deflation he wanted since oil fell to 40 dollars. The dow jones fell to 6700 from 14,000.

    “Dow 6,700 – Is This The Bottom?
    By, Simon Maierhofer
    Mar 03, 2009″

    While deflation is good, the recession that came along with it was bad. So the bernanke was forced to reduce interest rates again, back down to near zero percentage points to help pump up the economy. Speculators, traders, and investors are now taking advantage of low interest rates to help bid back up the stock market and commodity prices. With the help of low interest rates, the dow jones is now up to 12,000 and the price of oil back up around 80 to 90 dollars.

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    My friend Kevin Rudd was warned in 2006 and VP Cheney through it in the bin, Why?
    http://www.cnbc.com/id/41598754

    So the Politburo must be economic idiots then.

    Conspiracy theory, that is right so you better keep those nukes in the silo.
    http://www.rferl.org/content/Russian_Scholar_Warns_Of_Secret_US_Climate_Change_Weapon/2114381.html

    Remember it is not the truth unless the Politburo say is truth, remember the days when the heat never went above a certain level so the peasants would keep working.

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    This is the recession we had to have. wait for Q3. If Americans and our allies have to suffer they will have to suffer if some them pass out, they will just have to pass out. The greater good.

    Yes we burst the oil bubble using Israel’s Mofaz and the enemy Iran pushed and it burst, OPEC I mean APEC. Burst it yes Sir, count the days.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ba4zYf3du_8

    Now their is a psychological subjugate look at the Suez, look at when Iran makes threats, nothing with the oil. Just the right balance to hurt our enemies but not the homeland.

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    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/rich-noyes/2008/06/06/israel-threatens-iran-says-bbc-what-about-iran-s-threats

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7440536.stm
    Correspondents say oil prices were also pushed up by Israeli threats to strike on Iran over its nuclear programme.

    Despite widespread international concern over Iran’s nuclear programme, Tehran insists it is developing its technology only for civilian purposes.

    Israeli transport minister Shaul Mofaz told the Yediot Aharonot newspaper an attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities seemed inevitable.

    “If Iran continues its nuclear weapons program, we will attack it,” he told the daily.

    What Iran does not want you to know is that it was the CIA and Mossad advising the regime on OPEC.

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    disposable income me 10% you 37%…on grub

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    Monday, June 9, 2008
    Why we all owe Shaul Mofaz a big ‘thank you!’
    The big news last week was the report that Shaul Mofaz, a Lieutenant-General and former IDF Chief of Staff under no less than four prime ministers, declared that an Israeli attack on Iran was “inevitable”. Most observers understood that Mofaz, who is currently a Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Transportation, made these statements as an opening shot in his campaign to succeed Ehud Olmert. Even the US immediately distanced itself from such threats. Still, the barrel of crude immediately shot up by 11 dollars to $139 and that send a panic throughout the world economy (the oil prices have since diminished, just a little).

    What is interesting here though is that all it took to spike up the price of oil were the reports of the threats made by one Israeli politician;

    http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.com/2008/06/why-we-all-owe-shaul-mofaz-big-thank.html

  32. Oh my god, I cant believe I am speaking to such an idiot. Talking total trash.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/41598754

    Where in this article is dick cheney? Its dated 2011 and its about Chinese inflation.

    Even the article you posted about harp mentions the term conspiracy theory.

    Here is what encyclopedias say about haarp.
    “As of 2008, HAARP had incurred around $250 million in tax-funded construction and operating costs. HAARP has also been blamed by conspiracy theorists for a range of events, including numerous natural disasters.[3]”

    What is this?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ba4zYf3du_8

    More youtube university trash?

    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/rich-noyes/2008/06/06/israel-threatens-iran-says-bbc-what-about-iran-s-threats

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7440536.stm

    And these articles. So the us raises interest rates to bring down Iran? So that millions of americans across the us can lose their jobs and kicked out of their homes. They were raising interest rates as early as 2006. Its got little to do with your conspiracy theories.

    What does israel Iran, oil and your conspiracy theories have anything to do with anything.

    “North Korea’s missile launches helped push oil prices”

    Market always jitters to random news. But these are hardly anything to do with fundamentals.

  33. I cant believe I am speaking to such an idiot. Talking total trash.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/41598754

    Where in this article is dick cheney? Its dated 2011 and its about Chinese inflation.

    Even the article you posted about harp mentions the term conspiracy theory.

    Here is what encyclopedias say about haarp.
    “As of 2008, HAARP had incurred around $250 million in tax-funded construction and operating costs. HAARP has also been blamed by conspiracy theorists for a range of events, including numerous natural disasters.[3]”

    What is this?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ba4zYf3du_8

    More youtube university trash?

    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/rich-noyes/2008/06/06/israel-threatens-iran-says-bbc-what-about-iran-s-threats

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7440536.stm

    And these articles. So the us raises interest rates to bring down Iran? So that millions of americans across the us can lose their jobs and kicked out of their homes. They were raising interest rates as early as 2006. Its got little to do with your conspiracy theories.

    What does israel Iran, oil and your conspiracy theories have anything to do with anything.

    “North Korea’s missile launches helped push oil prices”

    Market always jitters to random news. But these are hardly anything to do with fundamentals.

  34. http://www.cnbc.com/id/41598754

    Where in this article is dick cheney? Its dated 2011 and its about Chinese inflation.

    Even the article you posted about harp mentions the term conspiracy theory.

    Here is what encyclopedias say about haarp.
    “As of 2008, HAARP had incurred around $250 million in tax-funded construction and operating costs. HAARP has also been blamed by conspiracy theorists for a range of events, including numerous natural disasters.[3]”

    What is this?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ba4zYf3du_8

    More youtube university trash?

    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/rich-noyes/2008/06/06/israel-threatens-iran-says-bbc-what-about-iran-s-threats

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7440536.stm

    And these articles. So the us raises interest rates to bring down Iran? So that millions of americans across the us can lose their jobs and kicked out of their homes. They were raising interest rates as early as 2006. Its got little to do with your conspiracy theories.

    What does israel Iran, oil and your conspiracy theories have anything to do with anything.

    “North Korea’s missile launches helped push oil prices”

    Market always jitters to random news. But these are hardly anything to do with fundamentals.

  35. Oh my god, I cant believe I am speaking to such an idiot. Talking total trash.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/41598754

    Where in this article is cheney? Its dated 2011 and its about Chinese inflation.

    Even the article you posted about harp mentions the term conspiracy theory.

    Here is what encyclopedias say about haarp.
    “As of 2008, HAARP had incurred around $250 million in tax-funded construction and operating costs. HAARP has also been blamed by conspiracy theorists for a range of events, including numerous natural disasters.[3]”

    What is this?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ba4zYf3du_8

    More youtube university trash?

    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/rich-noyes/2008/06/06/israel-threatens-iran-says-bbc-what-about-iran-s-threats

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7440536.stm

    And these articles. So the us raises interest rates to bring down Iran? So that millions of americans across the us can lose their jobs and kicked out of their homes. They were raising interest rates as early as 2006. Its got little to do with your conspiracy theories.

    What does israel Iran, oil and your conspiracy theories have anything to do with anything.

    “North Korea’s missile launches helped push oil prices”

    Market always jitters to random news. But these are hardly anything to do with fundamentals.

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    Do want you want kill the lot of them if you want.

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    I’ll give a head up because what we know is war you need three invasion points North West, North and North East, then you encircle them in the urban ghetto’s and starve them. Those three invasion points give you control to the wasser. They will run like rabbits south that is where the large ghettos will be.

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    After about 3 months the looting, then the cannibalism you can start to mop up quadrant by quadrant the ghetto’s, there will be pockets of resistance, but nothing mid intensity warfare cannot deal with.

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    Because they run like rabbits that allows you to use lighter mech infantry units to consolidate the areas gains and secure the supply of logistics and the wasser and FOB. To consolidate gains before moving forward. While the ghettos are established with heavy mechanized units. Like OP Cast Lead. Are secured by fast moving multiple mech columns so you cannot be bogged down. Simple.

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    You say 8 minutes the reality is three weeks, but you are right they do not have the will to fight an insurgency, we were just talking them up, that is how the above works heavy mech, light mech infantry, heavy mech ghetto’s.

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  42. I hope Australians could understand chinese

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