China unveiled its “ultimate doomsday weapon” today during the nation’s military parade to mark 70 years of Communist rule and the founding of the People’s Republic. President Xi lead the massive military display which featured 15,000 troops, 160 aircraft and 580 pieces of equipment.
Beijing used the parade to make veiled threats and show off a number of new frightening pieces of military power. Among the weaponry were the Dongfeng 41 ICBMs, which China claims can hit anywhere in the US within 30 minutes, and the top-secret hypersonic DF-17 missile.
The gigantic Dongfeng 41 intercontinental ballistic missiles are believed to be one of the most powerful nuclear weapons in the world. It is said to have a range of almost 9,500 miles and analysts believe it can strike anywhere in the US within 30 minutes using 10 nuclear warheads – the 10 warheads are capable of striking multiple targets simultaneously.
Also making its debut public appearance was the top-secret Dongfeng 17 hypersonic missile, an intercontinental ballistic missile that releases its warhead in low-earth orbit. The warhead then travels at hypersonic speeds to its target. Beijing claims the warhead is impossible to stop, can evade anti-missile defenses, and that it’s capable of changing direction while in flight. U.S. officials believe the missile can be tipped with a nuclear warhead.
In a message to the world, which was clearly aimed at the United States, President Xi said, “No force can shake the status of our great motherland, and no force can stop the progress of the Chinese people and the Chinese nation.”
The J-20, which entered service earlier this year was in full display over the sky’s of Beijing.
China claims that its J-20 stealth fighter is superior to the U.S. F-22 and F-35, which isn’t that shocking considering it was built with stolen parts and technology from the U.S. — Thanks Obama, Bush and Clinton!
Another jet, the Chinese J-31 fighter is an exact replica of the U.S. F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
But how is that possible?
Because President Obama allowed the Chinese to routinely hack into the Pentagon and U.S. Defense contractor’s systems throughout his reign as President, without ever doing shit to stop it. In fact, throughout his 8 years Chinese hackers got their hands on plans for some of the Pentagon’s most sophisticated weapons systems.
We know that Chinese cyberspies got the basic outlines for the following:
The designs included those for the advanced Patriot missile system, known as PAC-3; an Army system for shooting down ballistic missiles, known as the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, or THAAD; and the Navy’s Aegis ballistic-missile defense system.
Also identified in the report are vital combat aircraft and ships, including the F/A-18 fighter jet, the V-22 Osprey, the Black Hawk helicopter and the Navy’s new Littoral Combat Ship, which is designed to patrol waters close to shore. Also on the list is the most expensive weapons system ever built — the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, which is on track to cost about $1.4 trillion.
But even if we somehow stopped the hacking attacks, we stupidly allow the Chinese to make vital components for all our weapons systems including the F-35. A Chinese-owned company has been manufacturing key circuit boards for top-secret next-generation F-35 fighter jets.
We’ve spent over $400 billion on the stealth program, and oddly the F-35s CAN’T FLY!!!
Earlier this year, it was reveled that the U.S. military’s new F-35 stealth fighters cannot dodge enemy attacks without tumbling out of control and crashing. And on some older versions of the F-35, once the jets hit supersonic speed, the tails start meting and shredding off.
In June 2019, startling reports by trade publication Defense News revealed flaws including Cockpit pressure spikes that cause “excruciating” ear and sinus pain, issues with the helmet-mounted display and night vision camera that contribute to the difficulty of landing the F-35C on an aircraft carrier and major flaws that impact safety or mission effectiveness.
- When the F-35B vertically lands on very hot days, older engines may be unable to produce the required thrust to keep the jet airborne, resulting in a hard landing.
- After doing certain maneuvers, F-35B and F-35C pilots are not always able to completely control the aircraft’s pitch, roll and yaw.
- Supersonic flight in excess of Mach 1.2 can cause structural damage and blistering to the stealth coating of the F-35B and F-35C.
- Cabin pressure spikes in the cockpit of the F-35 have been known to cause barotrauma, the word given to extreme ear and sinus pain.
- The spare parts inventory shown by the F-35’s logistics system does not always reflect reality, causing occasional mission cancellations.
- If the F-35A and F-35B blows a tire upon landing, the impact could also take out both hydraulic lines and pose a loss-of-aircraft risk.
- Possible maneuvering issues when the aircraft is operating above a 20-degree angle of attack.
- The F-35’s logistics system currently has no way for foreign F-35 operators to keep their secret data from being sent to the United States.
While no one will acknowledge it, the truth is we have been at war with China for some time now, and they are cleaning our clocks! They’ve not only stolen most of our weapons systems, but we now rely on them for most of the key components in all our weaponry, not to mention our nation’s power grid.
If they ever declare war on us, it’s not the nuclear weapons we have to worry about; it’s the fact that we can no longer manufacture what we need to keep this country and our military going without them!