Showing posts with label War. Show all posts
Showing posts with label War. Show all posts

Saturday, December 19, 2020

“specific ethnic genetic attacks”

Is the coronavirus a bioweapon? You decide. 

A look at the CCP’s biological warfare intentions and capabilities

December 19, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – No less a figure than Dr. Francis Boyle, an expert on biowarfare, believes that “the coronavirus that we’re dealing with here is an offensive biological warfare weapon.” Speaking of Wuhan’s Institute of Virology, which is at the epicenter of the epidemic, he added that there have “been previous reports of problems with that lab and things leaking out of it.”

For Dr. Boyle to be correct, the CCP would have to have both the “intention” and the “capability” to develop such a bioweapon. Does it?

It is no secret that the Chinese Communist regime, despite being a signatory to the Biological Weapons Convention, regards the development of bioweapons as a key part of achieving military dominance. The vice-president of China’s Academy of Military Medical Sciences, He Fuchu (贺福初), said in 2015 that biomaterials were the new “strategic commanding heights” of warfare.

PLA general Zhang Shibo (张仕波) went even further in his 2017 book, War’s New High Land, claiming that “modern biotechnology development is gradually showing strong signs characteristic of an offensive capability,” including the potential for “specific ethnic genetic attacks” (特定种族基因攻击).

Reflect on that phrase – “specific ethnic genetic attacks” – for a minute.

What General Zhang is talking about, to be perfectly clear, is bioweapons that kill other races, but for

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Expect this one to blow up real soon!

Security officials worry Israel and Saudi Arabia may see the end of Trump as their last chance to go to war with Iran

Mitch Prothero
Tue, November 17, 2020, 11:05 AM CST

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the G20 leaders summit in Osaka, Japan, June 28, 2019. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo

European security officials are worried that outgoing president Donald Trump will trigger a military conflict with Iran in order to tie President-Elect Joe Biden's hands, sources tell Insider.

They also fear that Israel and Saudi Arabia may see the departure of Trump as a ticking clock they need to beat.

"Both countries are run by immature leaders who have been screaming about the need for war with Iran for so long it's possible they really believe that a Biden administration will be followed by an Iranian nuclear attack," one source told Insider.

Trump has elevated hardliners on Iran inside the Pentagon.

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European intelligence officials are alarmed about the possibility of military action towards Iran in the

Monday, October 19, 2020

Is War With China Becoming Inevitable?


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Tensions are rising between the U.S. and China, as the list of ideological, political and economic clashes continues to lengthen. And there is a transparent new reality: China seems in no mood to back down.

“The Indians are seeing 60,000 Chinese soldiers on their northern border,” Secretary of State Michael Pompeo ominously warned on Friday.

He spelled out what he meant to commentator Larry O’Connor:

What Chinese invasion of Taiwan would mean for the US

Chinese military beefs up coastal forces as it prepares for possible invasion of Taiwan

Missile bases have been upgraded and equipped with the most advanced hypersonic missile the DF-17, according to one military source
Build-up of forces comes as the PLA continues with a series of exercises designed to keep up the pressure on the island

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Coastal rocket bases have been equipped with DF-17 ballistic missiles. Photo: AP
Beijing is stepping up the militarisation of its southeast coast as it prepares for a possible invasion of
Taiwan, military observers and sources have said.

The People’s Liberation Army has been upgrading its missile bases, and one Beijing-based military source

Thursday, September 24, 2020

The U.S. Could Seize China’s Treasury Holdings

There is one story that may be bigger than the elections, the riots and the pandemic, but it will take a few years to play out.

The U.S. will convert China’s $1.4 trillion of Treasury notes to a trust fund for COVID-19 victims and economic damages. In other words, say goodbye to China’s dollar reserves.

Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Where Will All These War Games Lead?


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Potential collisions between the U.S., Russia or China are not even back-burner issues this election year. Meanwhile, we are consumed by the coronavirus, the crashed economy, racial divisions and riots that have ripped apart cities like Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis and Kenosha since the Memorial Day death of George Floyd.

In northeast Syria last week, a U.S. military vehicle collided with a Russian armored vehicle, injuring four American soldiers.

Both the Americans and Russians blame each other for failing to follow established rules of the road. Had an American been killed, we could have had a crisis on our hands.

Query: With the ISIS caliphate dead and buried, why are 500 U.S.

Saturday, September 5, 2020

Stories like this don't have happy endings


Iran Caught Stockpiling Enriched Uranium Needed for Bomb

Nuclear watchdog: Tehran 3.5 months away from weapon

A general view of a heavy water plant in
The Arak heavy water plant in Iran / Getty Images

The United States has evidence that Iran is stockpiling enriched uranium, the key component in a nuclear weapon, in direct violation of international

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

On the menu the morning after the election

North Korea has '60 nuclear weapons and could launch smallpox on missile'

The US Department of the Army made the warning in a report released last month. Some sections claimed that North Korea may be able to obtain 100 nuclear weapons by the end of the year

North Korea has up to 60 nuclear weapons and a 5,000-tonne stockpile of chemical weapons, according to the US Army.

The calculations were made last month in a report by the US Department of the Army, called North Korean tactics.

Sections warn Kim Jong-un’s regime may be able to obtain 100 such weapons by the end of this year, South Korean news agency Yonhap reports.

It reads: “Estimates for North Korean nuclear weapons range from 20-60 bombs, with the capability to produce 6 new devices each year.

North Korea is supposedly the third biggest possessor of chemical agents, with 2,500-5,000 tonnes and 20 different types, the research adds.

Kim Jong-un's scientists have reportedly been working on weaponising anthrax or smallpox

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Imagine how nuts this could get

At least three Indian soldiers including a senior army officer were killed in a confrontation with Chinese troops on a disputed frontier in the Himalayas.
The clash came after both countries deployed thousands of troops in a month-long face-off that sparked

Kim going off the deep end

(Bloomberg) -- North Korea blew up an inter-Korean liaison office on its side of the border, in an explosive rebuke to Seoul that appeared designed to draw maximum global attention with little immediate risk of war.
The move represented North Korea’s most serious provocation in years and follows an escalating series of threats against South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s government. The

Monday, June 15, 2020

Kim is acting crazy is that guy?

North Korea threatens to 'turn the front line into a fortress' and re-militarize its border with South

Business Insider•June 15, 2020

Kim Yo Jong can be seen riding a horse alongside her brother during a strange, but likely symbolic photoshoot.

KCNA via Reuters

North Korea on Monday threatened to draft plans to take military action into areas that were disarmed

Monday, January 6, 2020

Local man killed by muslim extremist in Kenya

CHICAGO (CBS)– A Chicago mother says her son is one of three Americans killed in Sunday’s extremist attack in Kenya.
Loved ones confirm Henry Mayfield Junior, a United States army specialist from south suburban Hazel Crest was killed in a raid in Kenya.
The pre-dawn raid happened early Sunday at Manda Bay Airfield, a base shared by U.S. and Kenyan forces near Nairobi.
He was just 23-years-old.

Friday, January 3, 2020

US Cities React

Authorities in major U.S. cities are monitoring developments and ramping up security in preparation for any potential Iranian-backed terror attacks following the killing of Iran’s Quds Force General Qasem Soleimani.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted that the NYPD is taking “immediate steps” to “protect key NYC locations from any attempt by Iran or its terrorist allies to retaliate against America.”
“We will have to be vigilant against this threat for a long time to come,” he added.
Chicago Mayor Lightfoot is considering a rare mobilization of the Fire Department to "aid, assist and instruct the Police Department on the finer points of anti-terror tactics". 

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Why was he in Iraq?

US kills Iran’s most powerful general in Baghdad strike

FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, file photo, Qassem Soleimani, commander of Iran's Quds Force, attends an annual rally commemorating the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic revolution, in Tehran, Iran. Iraqi TV and three Iraqi officials said Friday, Jan. 3, 2020, that Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s elite Quds Force, has been killed in an airstrike at Baghdad’s international airport. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi, File)

BAGHDAD (AP) — The United States killed Iran’s top general and the architect of Tehran’s proxy

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Trump is on notice

hates that name
Kim does not like to be called Rocketman!

SEOUL (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments on military force and the North’s leader, Kim Jong Un, would represent “a very dangerous challenge” if they were intended to provoke Pyongyang, a top North Korean diplomat said on Thursday.

Trump’s comments threaten to return the two countries to the tensions of two years ago, Choe Son Hui, first vice-minister of Foreign Affairs for North Korea, said in a statement carried by state news agency KCNA.

In 2017 the two leaders famously engaged in a war of words, with Trump calling Kim “Rocket Man” and North Korea slamming the U.S. president, now 73, as a “dotard”.

Since then Trump and Kim have met three times, but negotiations over North Korea’s nuclear