I AM TIRED OF ANGLO HYPOCRESY.WHEN IRAN OR NATIONS LIKE THE DPRK TEST THEIR MISSILES THE ANGLO DOMINATED RACIST U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL WANTS SANCTIONS(WHICH ARE BY THEIR OWN DEFINITION IS AN ACT OF WAR) AGAINST THESE NATIONS,YET NOTHING IS SAID AT ALL WHEN THE ANGLO NATIONS COMPRISING”NATO”(U.S.,AUSTRALIA,EUROPEAN COUNTRIES AND THE REST OF WHITE KIND) TEST EVEN MORE POWERFUL WEAPONS,WARPLANES,MISSILES,AND EVEN HAVE LARGE SCALE WAR GAMES IN THE AIR,ON THE SEA,AND ON THE LAND .
THESE EUROPEAN NATIONS GET UPSET WHEN THEY CAN’T KEEP THE MONOPLY ON MILITARY OR ECONOMIC LEVERS AND WEAPONS.THE U.S. IS THE #1 MAKER OF WEAPONS ,WARPLANES AND DEATH…AND I MIGHT ADD,THE #1 EXPORTER OF THEM ALL.SHE IS ALSO THE ONLY NATION TO USE NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND GOES IN DIRECT VIOLATION OF THE NPT(THE DOCUMENT SHE TRIES TO HOLD IRAN TO) WHEN KEEPS,BUILDS,AND RESEARCH MORE NUCLEAR WEAPONS.ACCORDING TO THE NPT,ALL NATIONS THAT POSSESS NUCLEAR WEAPONS WERE/ARE TO DISARM AND DESTROY THEM FOR PEACE AND SECURITY.IS AMERICA DOING IT?
AN UPROAR WAS MADE BY WHITE NATIONS AFTER THE DPRK TESTED 1 OR 2 NUKES,YET THE TESTING OF THE 1 OR 2 NUKES STILL PUTS THEM ALMOST 2,000 TESTS BEHIND AMERICA.WHERE IS THE UPROAR ON THAT.
THIS IN AND OF ITSELF SHOWS THE NEED FOR A NEW WORLD ORDER,BUT NOT THE ONE PLANNED BY THESE HEADS OF THIS OLD WORLD ORDER.THIS NEW ORDER IS BEING USHERTED IN BY ALMIGHTY GOD WHO IS AMONG US IN PERSON TODAY GUIDING THE AFFAIRS OF THE WORLD.THAT IS WHY WAR IS DUE..FOR NO ONE WHO WAS HEAD OF A WORLD WOULD LIKE TO GIVE IT UP,SO GOD IS GRIPPING THIS WORLD WITH WAR AGAINST THE PEOPLE OF THIS OLD ORDER TO BRING THEM TO THEIR KNEES AND MAKE THEM BOW TO AN ALLPOWERFUL GOD WHO IS THE TRUE AND ONLY HYPER POWER.
NO MATTER WHAT IS BEING SAID TODAY,NOTHING OF THIS OLD ORDER OR OLD WORLD WILL REMAIN AND THAT INCLUDES THE PEOPLE WHO STILL BELIEVE IN AMERICA AND ANGLO SUPREMACY AS A VIABLE WORLD OR POWER….NOW THAT WAS SAID TO BRING US TO THIS;”
By JAE-SOON CHANG, Associated Press Writer
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
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(11-03) 16:06 PST SEOUL, South Korea (AP) —
North Korea claimed Tuesday that it has successfully weaponized more plutonium for atomic bombs, a day after warning Washington to agree quickly to direct talks or face the prospect of a growing North Korean nuclear arsenal.
Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2009/11/01/international/i193653S83.DTL#ixzz0VvaizHIQ”… THE WHOLE WORLD IS PREPARING TO WAGE WAR ON AMERICA.AMERICA’S LEADERS KNOW THIS TO BE TRUE THAT IS WHY SHE KEEPS A WATCH ON EVERY NATIONS MILITARY POWER.JUST LOOK AT THE NATIONS PREPPING NOW AND LOOK AT AMERICA’S FEARS MATERIALIZE;”
In an interview to the country’s official Xin Hua news agency, People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force Commander Xu Qiliang justified the move on the basis of the government’s perspective that “only power could protect peace.”
Superiority in space and in air would mean, to a certain extent, superiority over the land and the oceans, Xu said. “As the air force of a peace-loving country, we must forge our swords and shields in order to protect peace,” he added.
According to Xu, not only major air force powers in the world were currently seeking superiority in space and air, but also some developing countries were changing their military strategies with that objective.
Xu says a country without adequate power would have no say when faced with challenges posed by the militarization in the space and air.
With 2.3 million active troops, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is the largest military in the world. The official announced that the PLA’s 2009 budget was $70 billion. However, the United States claims China does not report its real military spending, which is estimated at least $105 billion last year.
Beijing-based reports say despite being one of the strongest economies in the world, China’s military budget is still about eight times smaller than that of the U.S.
The Communist state is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the founding of the PLA Air Force on November 11.
The Air Force will put its most advanced warplanes on display in the suburbs of Beijing during the exercises.
It will include Kongjing-2000 Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEWC) aircraft, J-11 fighters, H-6 bomber jets, and HQ-9 surface-to-air missiles, all built in China, according to He Weirong, Deputy Commander of the PLA Air Force.
In an apparent effort to show the world its power and military preparedness at air and space, Beijing has invited senior air force officers from more than 30 other countries to an international military forum themed “harmonious skies” to be held in the capital’s suburbs.
Possessing nuclear weapons and delivery systems, China is considered a major military regional power and an emerging military superpower. In order to protect its critical supply lines, China has been establishing foreign military relationships.—
(RTTNews) – Naval vessels from several nations, including the U.S., Russia and Pakistan, had joined the international naval fleet review in the China sea as part of celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of its navy in April this year.
Xu made it clear that “the PLA Air Force will pose no threat to any other country. It will continue to deepen exchanges and cooperation with its foreign counterparts on a more transparent, confident and practical basis,” he added.
China has made much progress in the last decade and continues to make efforts to modernize its military. Chinese Air Force has purchased state-of-the-art fighter jets from Russia, such as the Sukhoi Su-30s. It has also acquired and improved upon the Russian S-300 surface-to-air missile systems, which are considered to be among the best aircraft-intercepting systems in the world. Its armored and rapid-reaction forces have been updated with enhanced electronics and targeting capabilities.
by RTT Staff Writer”
US eyes China’s rapid advancements in space
Officials say US must improve satellite coverage as China advances its space programs
LOLITA C. BALDOR
Nov 03, 2009 15:45 EST
Wary of China’s rapid advancements in space programs over the last decade, military commanders said Tuesday that the U.S. needs to improve its satellite presence in the Southern Hemisphere to better track launches from Asia, even as officials work to improve relations with Beijing.
Air Force Gen. Kevin Chilton, head of U.S. Strategic Command, said the U.S. wants to better understand where China is heading as it improves its space and satellite capabilities.
Chilton, who met with senior Chinese military leaders last week, described strains on the Pentagon’s space program that are forcing commanders to push satellites and other equipment beyond their designed life span and to press for schedules that allow no room for launch failures.
A big challenge, said Chilton, is that the U.S. is working with old satellites that were deployed during the Cold War. Many of those units focus largely on the Northern Hemisphere.
“We have shortfalls in the Southern Hemisphere,” said Lt. Gen. Larry James, commander of the Joint Functional Component Command for Space. “As you look at launches that would potentially come out of Asia and head south, you don’t get a look at those for some period of time due to the lack of coverage there. So we still have shortcomings we need to deal with.”
Chilton and James, who spoke to reporters at the close of Strategic Command’s space symposium this week, said improvements to U.S. programs and technologies are planned, but there is still a need for more money.
Chilton met with Gen. Xu Caihou, one of two vice chairmen of the People’s Republic of China’s Central Military Commission, during Xu’s visit to Strategic Command at Offutt Air Force Base south of Omaha, Neb. Chilton said the meeting was part of the effort to build a dialogue with the Chinese and encourage Beijing to be more transparent in its military goals.
U.S. officials have long sought greater clarity into China’s burgeoning military budget and programs, especially its space ambitions. Earlier this year China broke ground on its fourth space center, underscoring the nation’s plans to build an orbiting station and send a mission to the moon.
The U.S. continues to be suspicious of the communist giant’s intentions, including its development of anti-satellite weapons.
“Where they’re heading is one of the things a lot of people would like to understand better,” said Chilton. “They certainly are on a fast track to improve their capabilities.”
Chilton and James also said that the U.S. is on track to improve its ability to track satellites, particularly as part of an effort to avoid collisions in the increasingly crowded outer space.
James said the U.S. is able to perform collision analysis on 800 key satellites and will be able to cover all 1,300 active satellites by the end of the year.
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U.S. Strategic Command: http://www.stratcom.mil”—– ;GOD IS BRINGING THESE THING ABOUT!!!!!!!!