China’s covert war with America heats up
China's covert war with America heats up: warships near Alaska, another industrial explosion, and China unveils cruise missile that renders U.S. carriers obsolete
September 03, 2015
by Mike Adams,
Two weeks ago, I ran an exclusive Natural News story announcing that a covert war between China and the USA had begun. The war started as a currency and debt war, then escalated into the catastrophic Tianjin explosion carried out by the U.S. Pentagon in a "kinetic retaliation" strategy, according to sources.
It wasn't long after the Tianjin explosion that a second explosion rocked the Chinese province of Shandong, sending "coincidence theorists" into a hissy fit because suddenly a pattern of explosions was emerging that could not simply be explained away as sheer chance.
Just a few days later, a massive explosion took out a U.S. military munitions depot in Japan, and evidence clearly pointed to it being sabotage (the Chinese government hates the Japanese, and it's now the 70th anniversary of Japan's heinous war crimes committed against the Chinese people).
Now, as reported by The Daily Sheeple, a THIRD massive explosion has ripped through China's industrial infrastructure... this time also taking place in the Shandong province.
When I first saw this news, I thought someone was confusing the facts about the Shandong province, mistakenly thinking there were two explosions taking place there. But it turns out there were really two explosions in Shandong alone (plus the one in Tianjin), according to the Mirror (UK) which reports: "Today's explosion is also the SECOND blast to occur in Shandong, after a previous one injured eight people just over a week ago."
(Keep in mind that China is desperately censoring all the news on these explosions, and the Chinese government is also heavily pressuring other nations to downplay or censor these explosions as well. There is a global effort to suppress this news, and China has even arrested over 15,000 bloggers and journalists for so-called "internet crimes" which include reporting on true events the government doesn't want talked about.)
For full details on this latest explosion, you'll have to read little-known Chinese language websites such as this page from NTDTV.com which explains this latest explosion in great detail and even carries some new video not found elsewhere.
Here's video from the first Tianjin explosion. It will make your head spin. (WARNING: LOTS OF PROFANITY IN THE VIDEO for all the obvious reasons.) Notice carefully that it contains two explosions: the 3-ton TNT equivalent explosion you see at the beginning, followed by a massive 21-ton TNT equivalent explosion of the chemicals:
Now, then, we have FOUR explosions that have taken place between China and the United States, all in the span of just a few weeks. The realization that something far beyond chance is happening here is now inescapable. Clearly, someone is strategically and covertly sabotaging China's industrial infrastructure... and this is all taking place at a time when China is accelerating its selling of U.S. debt while devaluing its own currency (both of which are considered acts of economic warfare by the United States).
Five Chinese naval ships spotted operating off the coast of Alaska - Wall Street JournalFollowing all the back-and-forth explosions mentioned above, we now have the Wall Street Journal reporting that Chinese naval ships are being spotted off the coast of Alaska.
From the WSJ on Wednesday, Sep. 2:
Five Chinese navy ships are currently operating in the Bering Sea off the coast of Alaska, Pentagon officials said Wednesday, marking the first time the U.S. military has seen them in the area. The officials have been tracking the movements in recent days of three Chinese combat ships...
Note carefully that these are, according to the WSJ, "Chinese combat ships." Their presence so close to the continental United States is yet another escalation of kinetic warfare posturing between the two nations. (Don't forget that just a few months ago, Russian nuclear bombers were also spotted making "practice runs" toward Alaska.)
China unveils Mach 10 "carrier killer" cruise missile that renders U.S. carriers tactically obsoleteOn top of all this, China has just unveiled a Mach 10 cruise missile that can destroy U.S. aircraft carriers, thereby rendering them all but obsolete in the modern theater of war.
From the Financial Times, Sep. 2, 2015:
A weapon so secret China would not reveal it for years will make its first public appearance in a military parade on Thursday, Chinese defence experts say.
The so-called "carrier-killer" missile that threatens to reshape the balance of power in the western Pacific is set to wheel through the centre of Beijing along with 12,000 troops and 500 tanks and other vehicles as China marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the second world war.
Like an intercontinental ballistic missile, the DF-21D goes into orbit, but after re-entering the atmosphere it is capable of manoeuvring on to a target, making it theoretically capable of landing a large warhead on or near a moving ship.
Some analysts say such missiles threaten to consign aircraft carriers -- which form the basis of current US naval strategy -- to the dustbin, just as aircraft carriers themselves did to battleships with Japan’s 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.
What especially fascinating about this is that I wrote a weapons analysis document just 10 days ago that described the capabilities of orbital weapon systems as being very similar to what the Financial Times has now stated about China's Mach 10 cruise missile.
From my analysis published August 23, 2015:
A higher density "rod" weapon designed with exotic materials and dropped from high Earth orbit would obviously arrive on target at some velocity higher than 1km/s, but we don't know how much higher. Conservatively, let's estimate four times the velocity of an artillery shell, or 4km/s. In case you're curious, this is roughly Mach 12.
...Once the rod reaches atmosphere, small changes in control surfaces could easily glide the rod to within 2 meters of any intended target on impact, using the exact same technology that already exists in precision munitions on Earth (tiny adjustable surfaces near the tail).
China's new Dongfeng (meaning "East Wind", and pronounced like "Dong Fong" for those who wish to speak Chinese) cruise missile also launches into orbit, cruises through the atmosphere at Mach 10, and is precision guided to strike any land-based target within its range.
Based on the fact that this technology is openly admitted to exist in China, does anybody really think the Pentagon doesn't already have weapons that meet or exceed these capabilities?
Furthermore, does any intelligent person really believe this string of industrial explosions is sheer coincidence?
Of course they aren't. The U.S. and China are already engaged in the preliminary stages of war, folks. It just hasn't been announced yet. Just as importantly, both China and the United States possess and are using advanced weapon systems whose operational details aren't publicly known yet.
Warfare in 2015 isn't the same as warfare in 1942. In fact, it's so different that most people don't even recognize when it has already begun.
PREDICTION: Watch for yet more war posturing, currency devaluation moves, debt dumping attacks, cyber warfare, strategic hacking and "unexplained" explosions throughout the remainder of 2015. These are not random events. They are all part of the war with China that has already begun