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Beijing Drops the Other Shoe? | The Foundry: Conservative Policy News.


Beijing Drops the Other Shoe? | The Foundry: Conservative Policy News..

Temple of Heaven in Beijing

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During a time when terrorism from radical Islamic fundamentalists is the new

world danger who would have thought China would bump up the nuclear

arms threat? It really is not surprising though when you look at the build up of China’s military as well as their military equipment to go beyond just defense amounts. Their positioning around the world, including mineral rights, oil lines through the Middle East and their influx into South America (also Chinese special forces are known to be training with  Middle Eastern Terrorists and members of the Mexican Cartels there: H. John Poole has written books on this as well) it would only make sense they feel empowered to take their position in the world even further. Loans from China that America through mainly this administration have borrowed for inane benefits and programs has put Americans in a very precarious situation to deal with China. China truly has the upper hand at this point and it is only getting worse. I do not say this to dog Obama, I say this to bring notice to what this current administration (who would be in the position now to stop this) and other administrations have done to put  our national security in jeopardy. I will say again this is not an issue for Republican vs. Democrat, but rather Americans for Americans (not to mention much of the rest of the world).


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