That's funny as hell,whats even funnier is bringing the wu tang clan to
major installations............makes one wonder who was better,the inventor
of the wheel or the inventor of the axle........
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From: Gregory Martinez [mailto:gregmartinez@...
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2011 10:27 AM
Subject: [infoguys-list] Re: China general says his military no match for US
Me thinks the Chi-Coms doth protest too much.
"And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."
[John 8:32 - KJV]
Gregory A. Martinez
NYS PI lD#: 11000157180
> Seeking to counter U.S. worries about his country's rapid military growth,
a top Chinese general said Wednesday the communist nation's defense clout
lags decades behind the U.S., and that China wants warmer relations.
> Gen. Chen Bingde, whose position in Beijing is roughly the equivalent of
chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, used a 45-minute speech at the
National Defense University to play down fears of Chinese intentions.
> "Although China's defense and military development has come a long way in
recent years, a gaping gap between you and us remains," Chen said through a
Chinese interpreter. He added, "China never intends to challenge the U.S."
> The general told reporters that China's recent boost of investment in
military power is "compensatory in nature," making up for decades during
which modernizing the Chinese economy was given the first priority.
Washington often complains that China is too secretive about the purpose and
exact scale of its military buildup.
> To illustrate his point that China is not a threat - even to Taiwan - Chen
noted that some Americans have called on China to remove or withdraw
ballistic missiles positioned on its southeast coast, across from Taiwan.
> Chen, chief of the general staff of the People's Liberation Army, is
leading a delegation of eight Chinese generals on a weeklong visit to the
United States. Also on the delegation's itinerary this week are the Army's
Fort Stewart, Ga., the Navy's base at Norfolk, Va., and Nellis Air Force
> For more info: http://tinyurl.com/3l8dnse
> Theodoreen H Enfield
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